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Newspaper Headlines: States broke, and bandits threaten to kill 17 Kaduna varsity students

    Newspaper Headlines: States broke, and bandits threaten to kill 17 Kaduna varsity students

The threat by bandits to kill 17 abducted students of Greenfield University, Kaduna, dominated the headlines of Nigerian newspapers. The killing of 19 persons in Benue community by suspected herders

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Newspaper Headlines: Crackdown on ‘terrorism financiers’, and inflation cripples investments

    Newspaper Headlines: Crackdown on ‘terrorism financiers’, and inflation cripples investments

Issues bordering on the nation’s troubled economy, especially on inflation, foreign exchange and the money-printing claim dominated the headlines. The tragic accidents that occurred in Ondo and Benue states wherein

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Newspaper Headlines: States prioritise salaries over investment, and non-deployment of 5G impedes business

    Newspaper Headlines: States prioritise salaries over investment, and non-deployment of 5G impedes business

The state of the economy as regards paucity of funds for states, and the federal government’s response to Godwin Obaseki, governor of Edo state, on the economy dominated the headlines

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Newspaper Headlines: 612 microfinance banks may shut down, and terminal operators impede trade at ports

    Newspaper Headlines: 612 microfinance banks may shut down, and terminal operators impede trade at ports

The attack by gunmen on the federal prison and police command headquarters in Owerri, Imo state, in which 1,844 inmates escaped dominated the headlines of Nigerian newspapers.

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Newspaper Headlines: Doctors’ strike halts activities in hospitals, and price of beer soars

  Newspaper Headlines: Doctors’ strike halts activities in hospitals, and price of beer soars

The impact of the strike by resident doctors on hospitals and patients dominated the headlines of Nigerian newspapers. The comment

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Newspaper Headlines: Naira may not regain lost value, and passengers to pay more for flights

  Newspaper Headlines: Naira may not regain lost value, and passengers to pay more for flights

The attack on Chukwuma Soludo, former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), by gunmen dominated the headlines of

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Newspaper Headlines: Burger King coming to Nigeria, and Telcos may lose N25bn over SIM ‘lockdown’

  Newspaper Headlines: Burger King coming to Nigeria, and Telcos may lose N25bn over SIM ‘lockdown’

The threat by resident doctors to embark on strike, effective from April 1, dominated the headlines of Nigerian newspapers. The

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Newspaper Headlines: FG to continue COVID vaccination and Buhari reiterates shoot-on-sight order

  Newspaper Headlines: FG to continue COVID vaccination and Buhari reiterates shoot-on-sight order

Issues on insecurity and the federal government’s pledge to deal decisively with criminal groups wielding AK-47 rifles dominated the headlines

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Newspaper Headlines: Anxiety over fake COVID vaccines

  Newspaper Headlines: Anxiety over fake COVID vaccines

The report that members of the Oodua Peoples Congress (OPC) arrested Iskilu Wakili, a self-acclaimed Fulani warlord, over alleged kidnapping

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Newspaper Headlines: Traders count losses after food blockade and ACF backs shoot-on-sight order

  Newspaper Headlines: Traders count losses after food blockade and ACF backs shoot-on-sight order

Reports that Nigeria is set to commence its COVID-19 vaccination made the headlines in many national newspapers. The reactions that

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