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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 2/3/2021.

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Equities market sheds N1.36trn in one month

Ajaokuta steel plant can create 10,000 jobs for Nigerian engineers

Police arrest 172 clubbers at Cubana Night Club for violating Covid-19 protocols

FG to Flag-Off Eastern Rail Corridor 9TH March 2021 Transportation Minister

Concerned Nigerians demand release of Salihu Yakasai, other critics of Buhari

2023 Presidency: Fight for power, Power is not given, Zwingina tells South-East

APC advocates tighter security around schools

Former French president Sarkozy convicted of corruption, handed jail sentence

Frances Sarkozy awaits the verdict of corruption trial

China outlaws new corporal punishment, verbal abuse in schools

COVID-19: As Nigeria marks 1 year of index case, NCDC calls for continued adherence.

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FG projects good agricultural practices that improve Sesame, Soybean production

NBC jams Radio Biafra signals in Lagos

It is less evil for school children to be kidnapped than ransack communities Sheik Gumi

WTO: NAWE laud Okonjo-Iweala, says integrity, diligence pays off

Shehu Sani, Niger State Governor Clash Over Kagara Abduction

FG Begins Online Registration Of Nigerians For COVID-19 Vaccination

Commuters in FCT stranded as petrol queues resurface

Weve no refugees in Benin Republic Ogun govt

Fresh crisis rocks FC Barcelona as Former president Bartomeu arrested

Olympic sprint champion Blake says he would rather miss Olympics than get COVID-19 vaccine

Serie A: AC Milan beats Roma to maintain pressure on Inter

La Liga: Atletico move five points clear in Spain

Oil marketers, retailers kick against plans to re-introduce petroleum tax

Russia accuses Twitter of breaking law by failing to delete content

Media reporting of Educational excellence and matters arising

I bought a third Jet during COVID-19.

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