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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 21/4/2021.

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Pantami says Facebook page hacked after reportedly raining curse on activist

NNPC boss, Kyari, briefs Buhari over re-emergence of fuel queues, gives reason

Fuel queues resurface in Abuja as NNPC speaks on price hike

UPDATED: Chad President Idriss Deby killed

Heavy shooting disrupts traffic on Enugu-Abakaliki highway

Controversy rocks LAUTECH over removal of VC

Senate to probe assault by CCT chairman on security guard

JUST IN: OAU student commits suicide

MMA personnel return missing N2.3m to elated passenger- Official

Why Nigerians should fear TB more than COVID-19 – NGO

Cement price: Senate asks FG to provide loan, tax incentives to new investors

Five African countries beat Nigeria in tech ecosystem ranking

Buhari greets Oshunkeye, 2006 CNN African Journalist of the Year, at 65

Jaiz Bank deploys NQR Code to Fraser Suites

Heavy shooting disrupts traffic on Enugu-Abakaliki highway

Deputy governor urges Anambra residents to take COVID-19 vaccine

How Abia police division was attacked – Official

Wike urges federal govt to allow states exploit minerals

JUST IN: OAU student commits suicide

FUOYE suspends Registrar for alleged misconduct

Lagos to hold LG election in July.

UniJos students, staff protest ‘NUC interference’ in VC selection process

Why Nigerians should fear TB more than COVID-19 – NGO

NLC threatens nationwide strike over Kaduna govt’s plan to sack workers

Police kill 3 bandits, recover 330 animals in Katsina – Official

Police rescue teenage girl ‘confined’ 10 years by parents

JUST IN: European Super League: Chelsea, Man City pull out

Nigeria names 17-year-old for World Athletics Relays in Poland

Chelsea, Man City, Real Madrid may be axed from Champions League

Chad sets up Transitional Military Council headed by son of late president – Reports

Rwanda report blames France for its role in 1994 genocide

UPDATED: Chad President Idriss Deby killed

Pakistan says oxygen supply under stress as virus cases surge

The South-West Presidential Hopefuls, By Reuben Abati

We Have Lost Our Innocent, By Chido Onumah

Nigeria, In The Twilight Zone, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

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