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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 23/4/2021.

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ANALYSIS: With Deby’s death, Chadian security, ‘coup’ could have implications for Nigeria

Deby’s Death: France declares support for Chad coup, gives reason

JUSUN, NBA members protest, block Osun deputy governor’s convoy

At least 83 killed as bandits strike again in Zamfara.

FEC keeps mum on Pantami’s alleged link to terrorism

Nigeria businesses lose $29 billion annually to poor electricity

Reps clarify discussion on Pantami’s alleged links with terrorist groups

#EarthDay 2021: For every student enrolled in this American university, a tree is planted in Africa

Courts Shutdown: Lagos JUSUN breaks ranks, announces partial suspension of strike

‘Cattle traders’ kidnap, kill man 10 days to his wedding – Police

Police Brutality: ‘How SARS finished me’ – Victim

COVID-19: Nigeria vaccinates additional 18,917 people

Reps to investigate export of over 7,000 ‘refrigerated penis’ to China

FG approves intervention funds for FRSC

Gunmen abduct 18 passengers in Oyo

Sardauna’s driver laid to rest in Kaduna

Group urges CBN to halt confiscation of cards withheld by ATM

Nigeria businesses lose $29 billion annually to poor electricity

GTB’s first-quarter profit drops N4.5 billion as interest income wanes

NPA appoints four GMs, eight AGMs — Official

JUSUN, NBA members protest, block Osun deputy governor’s convoy

Shell’s pipeline spills 213 barrels of crude into Bayelsa community

At least 83 killed as bandits strike again in Zamfara.

‘Cattle traders’ kidnap, kill man 10 days to his wedding – Police

Police arrest popular Yoruba actor for allegedly defiling 14-year-old girl

Basketball: Rivers Hoopers sign Ugandan star to replace injured Ezeli

India increases states’ oxygen quota amid surge in COVID-19 cases

2020/21 CAF Confed. Cup: Six teams reach knockout stage

Scrutinising the Newly Proposed Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB), By Sodiq Alabi

Why Pantami Is Unfit For Public Office In Nigeria, By ‘Tope Fasua

First Jollof, Now Twitter… What Next?, By Azu Ishiekwene

WHO mulls next steps in COVID-19 origins probe

COVID-19: Nigeria vaccinates additional 18,917 people

COVID-19: Nigeria records zero deaths in nine days

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