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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 13/5/2021.

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Buhari okays new measures to tackle insecurity

Police uncover shallow graves, bodies of kidnapped victims in Benue

PDP youths attack Yahaya Bello, say collapsed Kogi Bridge Indicative of poor leadership

NSCDC to deploy improved technology to monitor crimes during Sallah celebrations

Eid-el-Fitri: Ortom urges Nigerians to pray for peace, security

Delta Govt advocates public, private sector partnership

Ramadan fast continues on Wednesday, Eid-el-Fitr is Thursday – NSCIA

FG to conclude Nigeria@60 celebration with special awards in September — Official

FG denies imposing new COVID-19 restrictions

Stolen artifacts: Oba of Benin disowns impostors

Happy Eid el Fitr

Sallah: Muslims urged to observe Eid-prayers in Juma’at Mosques

NSCDC deploys 3,000 personnel to beef up security in Abuja

Insecurity: FCTA apprehends 150 beggars

India Covid: Hospitals overwhelmed as deaths pass 200,000.

Constitution review: Zonal public hearing holds May 26, 27 – Senate

Nigerians have lost confidence in government at all levels – CUPP

Why power rotation is a must for Nigeria – Ex Power Minister

NPA inquest: PDP unfit to criticize Buhari government over corruption fight – APC

Gwagwalada APC chairmanship candidate meets party executives, seeks support

Southern Governors ban open grazing, ask Buhari to address Nigerians

2023: It’s time for Yoruba muslim presidential candidate – Group tells Obasanjo

PDP, Sowore blast Gov Bello over Kogi collapsed bridge

Saraki backs APC Senator on Electoral Act

Russia school shooting: Children and teacher killed in Kazan

Seven children and two adults have been killed in a shooting at a school in…

Presidential bodyguard returns after 50-year absence

Chinese farmers’ income goes up as high-quality development pays off

Amaechi Vs Hadiza Bala: It’s Not the First
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Of poverty eradication: Our betterness now and the future

Poverty of the mind and soul

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