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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 25/3/2021.

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Housewife drags sister-in-law to court for alleged assault, defamation

Why Nigeria’s rating by Transparency International is low ‘ FG

South will boycott 2023 election if APC/PDP don’t zone presidency to South-East ‘ Udeogaranya

Rivers approves N27.6bn for Trans-Kalabari, Saakpenwa-Bori-Kono roads

Gov Abiodun pays N500m gratuity to Ogun retirees

Open defecation: Nigeria loses $3bn annually to poor sanitation ‘ Senator

Group throws weight behind Amnesty Coordinator, calls for more support

COVID-19: Africa CDC to vaccinate 60% of Africa’s population ‘ Official

Vienna, other parts of Austria tighten coronavirus rules over Easter

Nigeria’s poor universal health coverage

Germany’s Merkel apologizes for Easter lockdown U-turn

Africa’s confirmed COVID-19 cases surpass 4.14m ‘ Africa CDC

Nigeria urgently needs overhaul, current system not working ‘ Ex Gov Attah

Aba election: We’re aware of presence of hoodlums from neighbouring states ‘ Govt

Insecurity: Again, Akeredolu warns 2023 polls might be threatened

We are ready for Aba North/South by-election ‘ INEC

INEC fixes Aba North/South constituency poll for March 27

Shippers’ Council tasks BOAN on standard barges

NPA hands over shipyard to NIMASA for floating dock

Transport fare rises in February ‘ NBS

Monetary policy, corporate results spur equity performance

Facebook says cyber spies in China targeted Uyghurs

Bitcoin rises as Tesla officially begins acceptance as currency

Chelsea’s Abramovich sues over claims of ties to Putin

World Cup 2022 European qualifying results

Nigeria’s worsening crisis: Is President Buhari clueless or just unlucky

Insecurity: Have the chickens finally come home to roost

You’ll regret losing your land to invaders (1)

World TB Day: 20,522 TB patients missing in Kano ‘ Commissioner.

See Also Today’s  “Guardian ” Newspaper 25/3/2021 Headline

Nigeria records worst TB burden in Africa

AstraZeneca may have used outdated information in trial, US health officials allege