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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 18/3/2021.

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Benue community protests against land encroachment by neighbours

Cleric lauds Lagos, Oyo governors over appointment of PWDs

Ortom urges House of Reps to overrule Wase on MUTA’s petition

Man sentenced to life imprisonment for violating eight-year-old boy

Nagelsmann demands Leipzig focus on Bielefeld as Bayern loom

Rested De Bruyne returns for Man City against Gladbach

Ibrahimovic fit to play a role for AC Milan against Man Utd

Indicators from staggered PDP zonal congresses

Southwest PDP Congress: Tension over Arapaja, Olafeso

Another ADC House of Reps member joins APC

NCDC says COVID-19 not over, rests hope in vaccine

Work to commence on burnt Airport link bridge March ending

Enugu government restates ban on Osu caste system

Ekiti labour demands payment of workers’ salary arrears, others

50-year-old engineer bags five-year jail for serial rape of sister-in-law

Akeredolu appoints first female SSG in Ondo, four other advisers

Tanzanian President John Magufuli is dead

What we know about Atlanta shooting suspect

Dutch vote in ‘Covid election’ as Rutte aims for fourth term

Anti-Asian violence ‘must end,’ Obama says after Atlanta shootings

France’s Sarkozy on trial again after graft conviction

Houston police may face lawsuit over shooting of baby

EU agrees China sanctions over Uighur crackdown

Mourners pay tribute to late South Africa Zulu king

Biden tells migrants ‘don’t come’ as criticism grows

Cybersecurity pioneers win mathematics Abel Prize

Orlando Pirates beat Enyimba 2-1 to head Confederation Cup group

StarTimes announces reduced subscription as Arsenal, others return to battle

Obaseki, sports minister to decide National Sports Festival fate today

Chelsea cruise into Champions League quarters as Ziyech sinks Atletico

Next Rated Young Stars boxing championship nets 24 amateur pugilists

Race for U-13 JOF Kids Cup semifinals tickets begin

Arteta holds ‘positive’ Aubameyang talks, but captain not certain to return

Mourinho warns Son may not be released for South Korea duty

Everton goalkeeper Pickford to miss England qualifiers

Nadal withdraws from Miami to prepare for European clay

60 per cent of my directors are women, says NIMASA DG

Akeredolu appoints journalist, Alabi, Chief of Protocol

Why Oyo engaged consultants to audit higher institutions

Kogi appoints Bello as strategist on investment

SBA births Africa’s first women-only assembly plant.

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