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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 29/3/2021.

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Police arrive Benue to probe attempt on Ortom’s life

Calabar port ships first cocoa export to U.S. in 14 years

Lagos PDP warns Sanwo-Olu against plan to shelve council polls

Rohr to change team as Lagos decides gate fee for Eagles/Lesotho game

First Lady, minister to draw curtains on National Principals Cup

Dembele scores, Mbappe misses penalty as France beat Kazakhstan

Facebook acts after Welsh footballers racially abused

Rodrigues strikes for Luxembourg in shock win at Ireland

Plateau PDP, APC lock horns over N59b terminated contract

House Speakers meet in Bauchi, resolve for financial autonomy

Imo government okays 200 workers for traffic management agency

Three feared dead, 10 arrested during violent clash in Osun

Firm to build open learning centre in UNICAL as FG commends varsity

Abiodun restates commitment to complete roads abandoned by Amosun

Skewed appointments dividing Nigeria, says CAN

Dozens killed in Mozambique jihadist attack

Unlikely bedfellows hold key to new Netanyahu term

Russia offers Egypt assistance in freeing ship blocking Suez

Death toll from Egypt building collapse climbs to 25

Swiss town votes on whether to be German or French

Armenia PM to resign ahead of snap election to defuse crisis

Mozambique attack survivors evacuated to provincial capital

Syria Kurds launch security sweep, arrests in IS families camp

UK conglomerate sued over rape allegations by Malawi tea workers

Philippines deploys air force jet over Chinese ships

Insurer plans new strategies to deepen insurance market

NAICOM targets June for new guidelines implementation

SEC unveils new rules on commodity trading

Blue-chips leads stock market’s rebound as index rises by 2.17%

Refinery: A cautioning tale for ambitious revival

POS merchants want CBN to change policy on charge-back

Finance experts chart course for data analytics adoption

Using tech tools to drive insurance market acceptance

Africa Prudential Plc declares N1 billion dividends to shareholders

Experts task government on infrastructure investment instrument

Burna Boy: The Afropolitan troubadour

Imperative of courage, not fear, for Yoruba sovereignty

Hope for Africa’s economic recovery

Unfinished business

Needless tenure elongation of federal appointees

Who we are in Ilorin.

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