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SOME NIGERIANĀ  NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 17/9/2021.

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Investors offer $1.6bn for Access Bank’s $500m Eurobond

Operational, cybersecurity issues are now risk officers’ primary concern ‘ Union Bank’s CRO

Africa Capitalworks Invests in Dorman Long Engineering

Stanbic IBTC: Facilitating international trade for economic growth

Aspiring young entrepreneurs to lock horns as Next Titan Nigeria set for Season 8

Radisson Hotel Group on track to reach 50 hotels in North Africa by 2025

Meet Aleksandar Pavlovic, executive chef, Lagos Marriott Hotel Ikeja

Burna Boy asks questions in his banging new tune

Isono, BET Africa’s first original drama series, celebrates 200th episode

Abortion and its many controversies

Anne Hidalgo runs for France presidency

Nigeria could be added to UK travel red list says Sky News

President Macron says French troops killed ISWAP leader Al-Barnawi

Okonjo-Iweala leads list of 100 world’s most influential people

The calibre of weaponry America left behind in Afghanistan

Our lives are under threat’, Afghan woman warns of imminent subjugation

Evacuation from Afghanistan ‘largest airlift of people in history’ ‘ Biden

Global economy rattled by surging covid cases as firms delay workers return

Afghans protest against Taliban rule on Independence Day

Five ways to halt exit of foreign retailers from Nigeria

Nigeria to meet investors over $3bn Eurobond issuance September 17, 20

Nollywood produces most movies in 5yrs but piracy limits profit

DMO finalizes plan to restructure CBN’s N10trn overdrafts to govt

NG Clearing Limited joins Global Association of Central Counterparties as Observer Member.

Stock market re-routes south by 0.15%

Lagos Free Zone Company debuts N10.5bn infrastructure bond

FMDQ Exchange admits Eunisell Limited’s N3.50bn Series 1 Commercial Paper

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