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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 22/2/2021.

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Farmers/Herders’ clash: Be conflict sensitive, IPCR DG tells journalists

PDP faction politicising communal crisis in Ebonyi – Nweze

PMB, Adamu, Bogoro’s TETfund, R&D and changing paradigm

Excitements as IntraDot launches Nigeria first indigenous online TV App ‘OyaWatch TV’-Your TV on the Go!

UniCal students to receive TEF business training, grants

Breaking: Real cause of crashed Military plane revealed

HEDA sues Accountant General, wants details of ₦173b MDA budget

Insecurity: Declare state of emergency now, Nigerian Elders tell Buhari

Oyo and unending security challenges

Confirmed: Seven feared dead as military aircraft crashes in Abuja, NAF launches probe

Plane crash: Air Force confirms 7 personnel dead, orders investigations

VIDEO: Watch as crashed military aircraft burn to ashes near Abuja Airport, NAF names personnel on board

Has President Buhari failed?

Akwa Ibom: 1,650 ExxonMobil contractors protest non-payment of 4 years entitlements

The North and spate of insecurity.

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Breaking: Chartered aircraft crashes close to Abuja Airport

Gunmen attack Alafara community in Ibadan, fire at cows

Farmers/herders crisis: Okechukwu backs Malami’s proposal for pastoral commission

Nigerian Navy says allegations of aiding oil theft, herders’ invasion false

Killers have joined APC, Aregbesola laments, reigns curses

Malami emerges Oracle of Modern Nigeria Legal System icon, partners LAWSAN

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When foolishness is wisdom

Nigeria and presidential democracy: Any better alternative? (2)

Nietzsche’s nihilism and Augustine’s City of God: The choices before Nigerian Christians during Lent

Premier League: Everton subdue, compound Liverpool woes

SWAN FCT set for day of tributes as Ogunjimi’s burial holds March 6

Breaking: Many escape death as plane engine fails, debris scatter on residential area.

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COAS storm Borno, assess military operations in sambisa forest, boost troops’ morale

South-west govs, traditional rulers, others meet in Ibadan, endorse ban on open grazing