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SOME NIGERIANĀ  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 18/3/2021.

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Misinformation online is a $78bn annual problem affecting global economy

Data, integration missing puzzles in unlocking Nigeria’s informal sector

John Magufuli, Tanzanian President dies of suspected COVID-19 complications

Nigeria’s oil production to take 200,000bpd hit amid underinvestment ‘ IEA

Nigeria risks Lebanon experience for shying away from reforms

How new airlines can fly pass old mistakes

The audacity of an incorrigible criminal and desperate attempt to rewrite history

In a lighter mood: A festival of oddities

Many laws in Lagos, yet, unending traffic crisis

Wase: Metaphor for a nation searching for philosopher Kings

Five things to know about Samia Suluhu, Africa’s 3rd female president

Agricultural economist sees perilous times as food inflation rises to 21.79%

How KPMG won presidency’s nod as InfraCorp’s transaction adviser

Rack Centre adds ISO 9001:2015 to its list of data centre security, quality certifications

Proxynet, Logitech partner to deliver ICT solutions across West Africa

PVK Nigeria launches value driven products for next generation leaders.

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Naira steadies across markets on improved liquidity

Bears seen unwilling to relinquish position on Nigerian Bourse