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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 06/4/2021.

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Insecurity: Abia Govt imposes curfew on Umuahia, Aba

Innocent Chukwuma worked for democracy, TMG mourns

As vaccines rollout progresses, COVAX worries over shortage of doses

Absence of leadership responsible for factions in A’Ibom APC ‘ Stakeholder

IMF, World Bank may extend suspension of debt service for Nigeria, others

Implementation of consolidated salary not possible in March ‘ Kano Govt

Fire guts 14 rooms in Ilorin family house

Singapore to accept COVID-19 digital travel Certificate from May

We are tired of Gov Makinde’s divisive acts ‘ S’W PDP State Chairmen

Russia says it will keep throttling Twitter traffic in weeks to come

Leveraging the emerging virtual global citizenship

Zamfara market fire: APC donates N50m to victims

FCT workers to embark on indefinite strike

APC chieftain writes on 21 political lies in Nigeria

2023: There’ll be no zoning in Enugu ‘ APC Chair

Financial autonomy: Reps urge judiciary staff to shelve planned strike

APC still a mixture, not indivisible party ‘ Ganduje

How seeking for sponsorship of university inspired my building a church ‘ Oshiomhole

APC’s extension of membership registration needless, says PGF DG

DELTA APC: On the march again

Bonny Light price drops to $61.54

APM Terminals Apapa acquires more equipment to aid Customs efficiency By Godwin Oritse

Local Content: ITPAN backs minister’s moves on adverts placement in foreign stations

The Igbo do not want to be president anymore

Yesterday, we did not prepare for today

DESULTH raises alarm over fraudulent employment adverts

Healthcare: FG building healthy system accessible to all ‘Minister

8.2 million Nigerians screened for HIV in 2020 ‘ Dr Aliyu, D-G NACA

G24 calls for deeper Cooperation to end COVID-19

Resident Doctors Strike: Ngige clears air on residency training

Women tackle Gani Adams over calls for Oyo CP’s removal.

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Gunmen invade Rivers community kill two, injure others