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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 21/2/2021.

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China loans to Nigeria hit N3.2 trillion — DMO.

Abductions: How we survived attack by bandits — Kagara College Students

Abductions: How we survived attack by bandits — Kagara College Students

Insecurity: Again, Fayemi, El-Rufai advocate state police, decentralised judiciary

Africa’s COVID-19 death toll tops 100,000

Nigeria needs N3 trillion annually for health insurance of citizens – Official.

One month after SSS operatives allegedly killed police officer, agencies yet to act

COVID-19: Africa CDC advises against use of Ivermectin

17-year-old Nigerian girl caught with gun in secondary school

Nigerian troops overrun ‘Shekau’s farm’

U.S. govt. fingers Hushpuppi in North Korean heist

Kosiah sat near bucket with human hearts’, plaintiff tells court

UN lauds ‘day of hope’ as U.S. rejoins Paris climate agreement

Police arrest 80-year-old, one other for alleged torture of minors

Bitcoin price surge continues with 22% weekly gain

The billionaires, politicians behind firm imposed on Lagos schools by Sanwo-Olu.

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Why Amotekun cannot tackle south-west insecurity – Senator

38 convicted in Edo for riding tricycles without permit

Gunmen attack Dikwa

Fire Outbreak: NEDC donates relief items to 4000 IDPs.

Abductions: How we survived attack by bandits — Kagara College Students

Australian Open: Osaka reigns supreme for the second time

Gunmen attack NPFL club Adamawa United

Turkish Women’s Cup: Super Falcons battle Uzbekistan for top spot

INTERVIEW: How my personal experience inspired “Lori Iro” sermon – Ismail Badmus

Saving the Igbo Homeland From Enemies Within, By Cheta Nwanze

The Corona Vaccine Wars: The Poor Will Die First, By Owei Lakemfa

The Tragedy of A Reflexive Response, By Osmund Agbo

INVESTIGATION: Superstition, ill-equipped PHCs threaten Yellow fever vaccination in Enugu, Delta (1).

See Also Today’s  ” PUNCH” Newspaper 21/2/2021 Headline

COVID-19: Nigeria records 10 more deaths, 662 new infections.

COVID-19: Africa CDC advises against use of Ivermectin