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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 22/2/2021.

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APC extends membership registration, revalidation by five weeks

EFCC chairman-designate not illegally promoted

Fani-Kayode fires back at Lawan over Shasha crisis

Institute debunks scam allegations

Achieving the elimination of gas flaring by 2025

Cruz-ing into trouble

Who saves the talakawa

SEC urges mentoring to sustain sound banking

SUNU Assurances completes N3.01b capital raising.

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Cargo airlines cut flights on low demand

NSE places LASACO Assurance on indefinite suspension

Fed Govt trains 98 monitors in Plateau

We will support Southwest agenda in 2023, says monarch

Lawmaker rehabilitates roads, classrooms

Marketers seek reduction of cooking gas prices

Ethnic tension: Olawepo-Hashim warns against divisive comments

30 per cent duty waiver on mass transit vehicles begins

Police to arraign Okorocha for breaking into sealed property

PDP: Nigerias sovereignty under threat

Air Force Plane Crash: Lawan, Sanwo-Olu, Atiku, Saraki, Obi express sympathy

Why Daniel cant be in PDP, by Armstrong

How Ndigbo can be relevant

Abia should embrace APC, says Ugorji

Akeredolu: I will build on success of first term

Emenike leads Abia APC registration exercise

Fayose endorses Kolawole for Ekiti 2022 governorship

Nonso Bassey: Working with Rita Dominic was dream come true

Lavish Owambe parties inspired my new song with Teni DJ Cuppy

Nigerian Idol: All the details about reality TV show

El Zeez goes emotional in Letter To The Street

Renault reports record loss

Mercedes-Benz reaches 50 millionth passenger car

Xiaomi to manufacture cars

Nigerias first electric car Hyundai Kona makes debut in Abuja

Ecobank Group, Small World sign pact

Optimism on economys recovery

How some countries control cryptocurrency trading, by operator.

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