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SOME NIGERIAN  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 26/7/2021.

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Bandits abduct N30 million ransom bearer for Niger Islamiyya school pupils

Bandits free 28 kidnapped Kaduna school students

INTERVIEW: Why day-to-day hearing of criminal cases mandated by law is impossible – Chief Judge

EXCLUSIVE: Security reports disqualify persons seeking to be judges in Nigeria

There won’t be bickering over choice of my successor –Umahi

NCAA refutes reports of Air Peace aircraft accident

Be wary of propaganda against Nigerian Army — Official

Kidnapping of students ploy to discourage schooling in Nigeria – MSSN

About 770 million Africans have no access to electricity – Report

EXCLUSIVE: How judge prosecuted for bribery was reinstated after serving five years suspension

Again, FG extends NIN-SIM verification deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Why Nigerian court is appointing six judges despite 28 vacancies

Terrorism: SERAP, PTCIJ sue Buhari, Mohammed over media ‘gag order’

There won’t be bickering over choice of my successor –Umahi

Police condemn lynching of three alleged armed robbers in Imo

LG poll: Lagos APC hails professionalism exhibited by umpire, security operatives

Lagos LG Poll: Election results in some LGAs not announced – Yiaga

APC sweeps 17 chairmanship seats in Ogun LG polls

Lagos LGA Polls: APC wins in Badagry, Epe, others

Bandits abduct N30 million ransom bearer for Niger Islamiyya school pupils

Bandits free 28 kidnapped Kaduna school students

2Baba, Faze, Blackface, reunite at Sound Sultan’s tribute night

KANNYWOOD: I’m not first actress to be divorced, Danja’s ex- wife, Mansura, replies critics.

Tokyo Olympics: IOC urges athletes to observe rules amid mask uncertainty

2020 Tokyo Olympics: Nigeria’s D’tigers vs Australia
Tokyo Olympics: Australia tame D’Tigers in first group game

Sunday Igboho and the allegory of Asantehene’s Golden Stool, By Festus Adedayo

Article of Faith: Jesus is the saviour of the Boko Haram, By Femi Aribisala

2023: Nigeria’s riggers united, By Wole Olaoye

COVID-19: Nigeria records 51 new cases, zero deaths

COVID-19: Nigeria records one death, 272 new cases Saturday

 

 

 

 

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