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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 17/3/2021.

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Enugu assembly seeks life pension for ex-governors.

Why Adamu can remain IGP till 2023 or 2024 – Buhari, Malami.

No approval yet for private importation of COVID-19 vaccines – Minister

Four dead, 189 poisoned after alleged consumption of expired drinks

Nigeria’s ambassador, who slapped journalist, threatens legal action against PREMIUM TIMES

Gunmen abduct Redeemed church, Polaris Bank staff

Gunmen abduct Catholic priest

Nigeria to reopen Enugu, Kano, Port Harcourt airports for international flights

Court jails man 15 years for N1.5 million contract scam

4.5 million Lagosians into drug business – Marwa

Bill seeking powers to summon President, Governors scales second reading.

Buhari meets out-going Nigerien President.

Nokia to cut up to 10,000 jobs worldwide.

Lagos lawmakers, council bosses disagree over poor LG funding claims.

NCAA suspends Azman Air’s operations.

Why I stopped presentation of petition during plenary – Deputy Speaker.

Food prices highest in Kogi, Ondo, Ebonyi in February.

Nokia to cut up to 10,000 jobs worldwide
USSD: CBN imposes mobile banking charge — a setback for financial inclusion.

Afenifere leader Fasoranti steps down.

Suspected kidnapper, Wakili, two sons remanded in prison.

Lagos Red Line rail project’ll be operational Q4 2022 – Lagos Govt.

7,000 youth will be employed in $1.4 billion fertilizer plant – Gov Emmanuel.

COVID-19: Rivers begins vaccination.

Four dead, 189 poisoned after alleged consumption of expired drinks

Ronaldo, Messi’s retirement in view but both still breaking records

Etiquette Coach, Etienying Akpanusong, to launch book on Etiquette

Comedienne Emmanuella wins Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards

Governor Yahaya Bello for President of Nigeria?, By Yushau A. ShuaibGetting a VC for Ibadan Varsity: The Ugly Politics, By Reuben Abati.

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Getting a VC for Ibadan Varsity: The Ugly Politics, By Reuben Abati

Nigerian Diaspora: Bring Your Money and Shut Up?!, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú