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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 23/2/2021.

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Resign if you can’t work in rural areas, Ekiti government tells teachers’

Katsina children’s parliament decries sexual abuse, molestation

Bauchi governor should apologise for backing herdsers on carrying guns

N30b Benin stormwater project was a fraud, Obaseki declares

Court grants Fayose leave to travel abroad

Makinde’s proactive policies averted ethnic crisis in Oyo, says group

Four die in Tangale stool tussle, 16 arrested

Commission warns against setting South-West on fire

UPU condemns ‘political killings’ in Urhobo nation

Suspected cultists kill two policemen in Akwa Ibom

Rwandan opposition activist gunned down in South Africa.

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Biden, Trudeau to meet, albeit virtually

WHO slams rich states for hogging vaccines

US Supreme Court allows release of Trump tax records to prosecutors

South Africa’s anti-graft panel seeks two-year jail for Zuma

Prince Philip doing ‘OK’, says Prince William

Thousands of Algerians hit streets on protest anniversary

US top general urges Iran restraint amid efforts to restart talks

Queen to send TV message hours before Harry’s tell-all interview

Ugandan opposition leader drops challenge to election loss

Lawmaker charges workers to participate in politics

Siemens Energy appoints new managing director

Nigeria and a world without child labour

Effective stakeholder management key to business success

DBN backs gender equality, women empowerment at IWD

Firm trains young women graduates in data science

NDE, UNDP train 56 youths in marketable skills

Siemens Energy Nigeria appoints Seun Suleiman a managing director

Kagara abduction, pointer to lessons not learnt

The haze in replacing BVN with NIN

Insurgency and visa-on-arrival policy

Living in denial of its division

Homework

Five-federating/learning levels Nigeria needs.

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