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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 18/4/2021.

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Policeman killed, council chairman escape as bandits attack Taraba LGs

Yoruba leaders storm Ibadan, demand Oduduwa Republic

Suspected herdsmen butcher family of four, three others in Benue

Again, suspected herdsmen invade Benue Community, kill 11 residents, injure scores

Calls for sack of Finance Minister, Zainab Ahmed thickens as CBN admits printing money

NCAA approves flights for Bayelsa Airport

Take COVID-19 vaccination to save your life – Oyetola tells Muslims

Nigerian troops battle terrorists in attack on Yobe military base

JUSUN Strike: Thousands of case files unattended, correction centers, Police cells congested

Adamawa issues notice for verification of workers

N6.4bn NSITF fraud: Ubani withdraws suretyship of Olejeme, blasts Magu

Group warns APC against imposition of candidate in Anambra poll, says it’ll cause implosion.

Ogun: PDP chieftain, Aderinokun blames Abiodun for high rate of kidnapping

EPL: Chelsea players shocked by Tuchel’s actions against Tammy Abraham

EPL: Real Madrid take final decision on selling Odegaard to Arsenal

LaLiga: You don’t know anything – Zidane attacks journalists over his Real Madrid’s future

Liverpool to replace Mane with Ousmane Dembele

Real Madrid president puts Gareth Bale on ‘blacklist’

Norwich City seal return to Premier League

Nigerian risks 60 years sentence over alleged social media scam in US

Delta Community Primary School in deplorable shape, begging for repairs

Rainstorm wreaks havoc on schools, market, town hall in Osun community

Group raises alarm over high rate of rape, sexual assaults in Zamfara.

Gunmen abduct 15 Oyo residents in one month, collect millions of naira as ransom

Cardi B reacts to Akuapem Poloo’s 90-day jail sentence over nude photo

I’m moving to Nollywood – US-based Cameroonian actress, Olive Eko.

See Also Today’s  “BusinessDay ” Newspaper 18/4/2021 Headline

Ghanaian actress, Akuapem Poloo sentenced to prison over nude photo

Ogun IGR drops by N20 billion in 2020, ranked sixth behind Kaduna, Delta