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THE NATION

  • Gubernatorial braggart
  • Now that the vaccines are here
  • CAN sues Fed Govt over CAMAs bad provisions
  • Buhari to Okonjo-Iweala: despite our support, you earned WTO position
  • How Nigeria can avert economic collapse, by Okonjo-Iweala
  • NBS: Unemployment rose to 33.3% in Q4
  • How Amotekun can secure Southwest, by Afenifere
  • Reps to recover govt assets, funds in privatized firms
  • AAC calls for Sowores arrest
  • 0.5 percent of GDP to go into research, innovation, says Osinbajo
  • 2023: Southsouth, Southeast begin to push for consensus presidential candidate
  • Electoral Reforms Bill for passage in the second quarter, says Lawan
  • Eastern rail corridor
  • Igbo should present a detribalized candidate to win, says Nwosu
  • Adams: we will not allow insecurity to degenerate in Southwest
  • Obasekis 100 days without an exco
  • Grammy Nigeria’s glorious moment
  • Don Jazzy, Davido others celebrate Olamide on birthday
  • CBN extends InfraCorp Asset Manager recruitment by two weeks
  • AVON, UBA partner on health plans for children
  • PMI report shows an uptick in business conditions
  • Greenwich Merchant Bank appoints Rotimi MD
  • Equities reopen with N45b loss
  • Polaris Bank begins Naira 4 Dollar payments
  • Corporate success requires a trusted financial adviser, says Meristem
  • Criticisms trail CBNs policy as naira weakens

 

VANGUARD

  • Heavy blow:’ Potential Merkel successors weigh losses in state polls
  • Spain’s deputy prime minister steps down
  • Panel orders IG to arrest 4 policemen mentioned in alleged extra-judicial killing
  • Wadude set to release new single ‘Ms. Parker
  • Askia hails Pinnick, tasks him on grassroots football
  • GOC 81 Division, others receive the first jab of COVID-19 vaccine
  • Troops kill dozens of ISWAP/Boko Haram, recover the sophisticated weapon, sex enhancement drugs
  • Telecom workers suspend planned strike to disrupt network services
  • Technology will be the game-changer ‘ Abel Edeh, Big-T Autos
  • Petrol price: DPR begins monitoring of Lagos filling stations
  • 2021 Int’l Women’s Day: We want women issues to translate into action ‘ Ezuma
  • I’m not building ethanol producing company in Benue ‘ Gov Ortom
  • Action Alliance National chairman describes parallel convention as an aberration
  • Edo PDP demands to the zone of the presidential ticket to South-South
  • Those leaving PDP for APC are bread & butter politicians’ ‘ Senator
  • LCCI seeks Executive Order to reform Customs
  • Unemployment rate rises further ‘ NBS
  • Primate Ayodele and prophecy peculiarity
  • No-Fly Zone in Zamfara: The intrigues and intricacies
  • Of accountability, trust and inclusive governance in Kogi
  • Outsourcing and subcontracting: Insights and opportunities for SMEs in a pandemic
  • The Wakili wake-up call
  • Asaba International Airport: Build-up to concession, issues, benefits
  • Imran Khan government deluged with public protests
  • Confronting terrorism ‘ Gbenro Olajuyigbe
  • 8 reasons why Jesus Christ isn’t a sacrifice for sins!
  • A stronger, more diversified private sector will speed Nigeria’s recovery
  • What FG should do about herder crisis ‘ Bola Tinubu
  • Adesegun Fatusi: One year of building habitat of hope for UNIMED
  • CCT: Sadiya’s message of compassion and hope
  • Goje and the APC chairmanship
  • EndSARS gains as US policy priority
  • Huawei sustains lead in global communications market by 31%
  • Nigerian women can lead
  • China asks Alibaba to divest media assets ‘ Report
  • Senate and the forensic investigative professionals of Nigeria bill
  • Strange Twitter bug bans users for mentioning ‘Memphis
  • Matriarchs, womenfolk, and nation-building in African
  • The Ikpeas ‘ how court judgement was misconstrued
  • Stopping the elites from replacing Nigeria
  • Law and the Financial Act 2020
  • 2021 UTME: JAMB sets to commence sale of registration forms
  • Nephrologist raises alarm over worsening cases of kidney disease in Nigeria
  • Vaccination: Give priority to kidney disease patients, CMA urges Commonwealth countries
  • Governors to meet tomorrow on COVID-19 vaccines roll out
  • NAFDAC investigates cause of strange disease in Kano
  • ASTRAZENECA: COVID-19 vaccines are safe, Nigerian experts insist
  • 3,658 treated at 34th O. B. Lulu-Briggs Foundation free medical mission in Isiokpo
  • VIDEO/PHOTOS: No life lost as 40ft container, truck fall on 4 vehicles in Lagos
  • Court dissolves 20-year-old marriage over wife’s infidelity
  • Congestion, corruption and chaos at Lagos port

THISDAY

  • NESG Lauds the Passage of the Plant Variety Protection Bill
  • Firm Offers Support for Investment Programme
  • MBA Reassures Investors of Getting Back Funds
  • Olaleye: Gender Inclusivity is Foundation a Sustainable World
  • NIRSAL Partners NASENI on Agriculture Mechanisation
  • FG Gets Report on Gas Affordability, May Slash Prices
  • Law Firm Seeks Clarity on FGs Plan to Sell Key National Assets
  • Mortgage Bill Will Raise Gross GDP by 51%
  • Seplat Restates Commitment to Sustainable Value Delivery
  • Oriental Energy Donates Science Laboratory to Akwa Ibom School
  • Nigeria Has 34 Days Petrol Stock Sufficiency, Price Regulator Claims
  • NEITI Decries Nigeria’s $3bn Share of Africas $75bn FDI
  • ASHON Advises Dealers on Survival Strategies after NSEs Demutualisation
  • TEF to Close Application for Entrepreneurship Programme March 31
  • Meristem Guides on Smart Investing with New Campaign
  • NIBBS, CBN Launch Quick Response Code to Boost Financial Inclusion
  • Logitech Partners Proxynet to Address Grey Market in West Africa
  • Digital Agency, Loose Media, Enters the Market Place
  • Online Platform to Address Family Challenges Launched
  • Give Guber Ticket to Anambra Central, Okonkwo Tells PDP
  • The 4.2m Belongs to Delta State Government
  • Who Owns the 4.2m Repatriated Ibori Loot?
  • Puncturing Conspiracy Theories on COVID-19 Vaccines
  • Shoot-On-Sight Order: Legal Synonym for Extrajudicial Killing and Abridgement of…
  • Shoot-on-Sight Order: Extrajudicial Killing by Another Name
  • Shoot-on-Sight Order: Extrajudicial Killing by Another Name
  • BOSAN Mourns Prof. Ijalaiye, SAN
  • EFCC has Recovered Over N20 Billion Subsidy Loot
  • Are Whistleblowing Laws Working
  • Banditry: Beyond the Shoot-on-Sight Order
  • Getting a VC for Ibadan Varsity: The Ugly Politics
  • Setting Aside the Sale of an Immovable Property
  • Ruth-less Execution
  • Pele Congratulates Ronaldo on Goals Feat
  • Pamodzi Boss Congratulates Pinnick on Victory in Morocco
  • Ondo Auto Rally 2021 Lists Smokin Hills, Idanre as Add-ons
  • NPFL: Rangers Win to Pile Pressure on Kwara Utd at the Top
  • NOC Comments its Alumnus, Major Timipre Okou
  • Aruna Quadri Awaits World Ranking for Tokyo Olympics Ticket

PUNCH

  • Re: Dangote’s blood money
  • Ex-stars back in-form Iheanacho to lead Eagles attack
  • AstraZeneca fear: Vaccination suffers a setback, five more countries halt the exercise
  • Police go after OOU students kidnappers, abductors demand N50m
  • Be vigilant, we cant secure all schools, Federal Government tells parents, others
  • Govs meet on fuel subsidy, COVID-19 vaccine
  • Outrage as Ivory Coast unlawfully jails Nigerian lady 20 years
  • Govt consult widely before petrol subsidy removal NNPC
  • I’m authentic National Chairman of AA, says Omoaje
  • The naira-4-dollar scheme ends May 8, banks tell customers
  • Countries complaining about Nigeria’s multiple foreign exchange rates Okonjo-Iweala
  • Comedian accuses Imo Assembly chief of brutalization, lawmaker alleges extortion
  • Fighting COVID-19 with PR
  • Afreximbank signs $350m facility for OCP Nigerian, others expansion
  • NITDA imposes N5m fine on Fintech for data breach
  • Uzodimma, bad example of democracy Imo PDP
  • Innoson denies acceptance of crypto for car purchases
  • Headless body recovered, 15 abducted as Abia communities clash
  • Why presidency should come to the South-South Edo PDP
  • Delta housewife kills husband with a machete on arrival from sleeping outside
  • Okoye focused amid Ajax link
  • Nigeria has inadequate health professionals, says EkOUNIMED proprietor
  • Sports ministry orders resumption of Bball leagues
  • Wrestlers lament as sports festival clashes with Olympic qualifiers
  • Onyekuru to replace Kalu for AFCON qualifiers
  • Buckingham Palace in existential crisis
  • Yabatech workers threaten strike over the usurpation of duties
  • Who will rescue Nigeria from darkness (1)
  • Subscribers insist on a pay-as-you-go billing system
  • InfraCorp: CBN extends deadline for expression of interest
  • NIBSS launches new quick response payment system
  • NSE resumes new trading week with 0.22% loss
  • Alakija reappointed UNIOSUN chancellor
  • Firm to grow real estate operations
  • Cancer sufferers on Lagos roads
  • We allocated 0.5% GDP to science, technology Buhari
  • Adamawa gives automatic employment to the best students
  • Reps begin FG assets recovery in privatized entities
  • Intl flights: FG announces dates for Kano, Enugu, PH reopening
  • Nigeria’s public debt rose to N32.9tn in Dec DMO
  • Take care of your mouth, expert advises Nigerians
  • Stock market resumes new trading week with 0.22% loss
  • Right kits will reduce childbirth-related infections
  • AstraZeneca vaccine safe, Sanwo-Olu reassures Lagosians
  • Sarkzys fall offers lessons on fighting corruption
  • Ondo ex-deputy gov considers letter demanding the return of govt vehicles
  • National Assembly, Labour meet today over minimum wage bill crisis
  • Pass a vote of confidence on or in someone
  • Nigeria now a theatre of horror, says Imo Catholic Archbishop
  • NHEA seeks support for health workers
  • Yahaya questions N14bn ex-Gombe govt paid to retirees
  • Parents must instill leadership qualities in children
  • Data, statistics can solve the farmers-herdsmen crisis Don
  • Prostate cancer
  • Lagos okays 21-year jail term for cultists
  • LASTMA and the motoring public
  • Wike questions FGs claim of road construction, power in Rivers
  • Drugs, vaccines ll be available in our facilities Ekiti
  • Tech-U VC, DVC bag climate change research awards

NEW TELEGRAPH

  • Resolving knotty land allocation issues
  • Govs to decide on new fuel price tomorrow
  • NBS: Unemployment rate hits 23.1m in Q4’20
  • NIMET, NCAT get new heads
  • CBN: FG’s Q4′ 2020 revenue falls to N2.2trn
  • Sanwo-Olu okays 21-year jail term for cultists
  • WTO frets over Nigeria’s multiple exchange rates
  • Finally, CAN sues FG over CAMA
  • FG’s debt to GDP ratio increases by 14.7% in five years
  • School abductions: Declare state of emergency in education ‘Atiku
  • NBS: Unemployment rate hits 23.1m in Q4’20
  • Nigerian oil producers earn $2.4bn in February
  • Nigeria missing from major palm oil-producing countries
  • Shell, Aiteo’s bickering deepens over $2.7bn missing crude
  • Fuel crisis stirring news, views, reviews
  • NLNG: Gas development will translate to more jobs
  • NAMA seeks urgent funding to guarantee safer airspace
  • African airlines’ indebtedness worries AFRAA, ECA
  • NG Eagle booting amid uncertainty
  • Sirika lauds push to make aviation affordable
  • FG appoints Matazu, Mahmud as NIMET DG, NCAT Rector, re-appoints Olateru
  • Hisbah policing model can address insecurity ‘ Shekarau
  • S’West PDP chair: Arapaja garners support in Lagos
  • Wike vs Amaechi: The feud rages
  • EPL: Jota scores Liverpool winner as Wolves’ Patricio carried off with a head injury
  • EPL: Own goal helps Man Utd edge past West Ham

THE SUN

  • Joshua, Fury agree 200m two-fight deal
  • Iheanacho: I save another hat trick for Nigeria at the World Cup
  • Ighalo out for two weeks
  • Kalu injured, out of AFCON qualifiers
  • Pamodzi, SWAN congratulates Pinnick on the FIFA election
  • Sparta denies Ajax interest in Okoye
  • Simon Moses delighted after scoring the winner over PSG
  • Onuachu powers Genk to Belgian Cup final
  • FRC seeks shareholders’ support in implementing audit regulation
  • BDCs kick against forex speculators, black marketers
  • Unity Bank to help rice farmers attain self-sufficiency target ‘Some fun
  • Union Bank launches M36 to redefine digital investing
  • Fatigue hits Nigeria’s stock market as investors lose N403bn in 6 days
  • 600m jobs will be needed by 2030 ‘W’Bank
  • SON Council approves 96 new standards
  • SIMS Digital Centre opens new branch in Ajah, Lagos
  • WTO worried about Nigeria’s exchange rate regime, says Okonjo-Iweala
  • Coca-Cola Foundation awards DoGood.Africa $94,000 grant to tackle plastic pollution, create jobs, others
  • Cultism now attracts 21 years imprisonment in Lagos, as Sanwo-Olu signs bill
  • EFCC tenders audio evidence in $25,000 bribery allegations against ex-Senator
  • COVID-19: Ugwuanyi, deputy, CJ receive vaccines
  • 5 bandits, 4 kidnap victims killed in Niger
  • AstraZeneca vaccines safety not compromised, PTF assures
  • Bayelsa flays oil firms over expropriation, insecurity in NDelta
  • COVID-19 vaccination: NAS warns against hijack of exercise
  • Army commander suggests night raids of BHaram enclave
  • Return official vehicles in your custody, Ondo ex-deputy gov told
  • Dignifying corruption in government agencies
  • Now, NDDC’s face looks pretty
  • The Wakili wake-up call
  • Obianos pan-Igbo spirit
  • Women of our land
  • Gang-up in Bayelsa
  • Women are the catalysts for world stability Gender activists
  • Buhari: Empowering Nigerians, changing lives in North-Central
  • Osinbajos renewed the call for state police
  • Soludo and the leadership option for Anambra
  • Grammy: FG hails Burna Boy, Wizkid
  • Grammy Awards: APC salutes Burna Boy, Wizkid
  • The journey to my first endorsement deal-Olayinka Beyonce
  • Grammy Awards: FG congratulates Burna Boy, Whizkid

GUARDIAN

  • Atletico stumble, Ronaldo defiant and PSG unsettled: European talking points
  • Zidane admits confusion after Hazard injured again
  • PSG loss overshadowed by thefts at Di Maria, Marquinhos homes
  • Fans barred from Tokyo Olympics torch relay start
  • Kidnappers of two CRC-N members demand N20m
  • Akeredolu swears in four new commissioners
  • Gunmen kidnap two female students of OOU, demand N50m ransom
  • Wike accuses CBN of politicizing agricultural loans
  • Enugu Assembly urges calm over ex-governors pension bill
  • Ugwuanyi, deputy, chief judge receive COVID-19 vaccine
  • Iwo elite advise FG on farmer-herder clashes
  • Nigerian film Eyimofe selected for Borderlines Film Festival in UK
  • Lagos demolishes two buildings over construction failure
  • AstraZeneca vaccine’s promise now drawn into question
  • Countries should continue AstraZeneca rollout
  • Uganda opposition leader arrested in anti-Museveni protest
  • US outreach to North Korea getting no answer: official
  • Mali court ends trial of former coup leader Sanogo
  • Countries halting AstraZeneca vaccine
  • Five killed in anti-coup demonstrations after Myanmar’s deadliest day
  • Joshua, Fury finally sign 200m two-fight deal
  • Ondo groups demand stricter law enforcement to end violence, others
  • Zidane says Ronaldo return to Real Madrid ‘possible
  • Murray handed Miami Open wildcard
  • Smokin Hills, Idanre join Ondo Auto Rally 2021
  • Messi celebrates leveling Xavi record with a double against Huesca
  • Klopp happy to win ‘dirty’ as Jota returns to haunt Wolves
  • Precocious Musiala on the rise at European champions Bayern
  • Messi set to play record-equalling 767th game for Barca
  • Joshua and Fury sign two-fight deal to unify heavyweight titles
  • Stakeholders to explore Africa commodity ecosystem at investment summit
  • Pantami, Danbatta seek increased collaboration among ECOWAS states on ICT
  • Nigeria gets $3 billion from $75 billion invested in Africa’s oil, firms lament
  • FG must reposition the capital market to accumulate global savings
  • Nigeria attracts $2.6bn FDI in 2020 amid the global downturn
  • NCC licenses six new ISPs, increases industry operators to 163
  • Poor infrastructure, smuggling, funding gap crippling Africa’s petroleum downstream
  • Hope rises for sustainable trading as NSE completes demutualization
  • Group to empower Nigerians with financial aid
  • Institute charges accountants, firms on ethical practices
  • TUC urges women to challenge myths militating against gender equality
  • UNILAG again wins Volkswagen foundation grant
  • ICT firm elevates Fashoyin to deputy MD
  • Annecy announces Nigerian winner for an international festival

TRIBUNE

  • Local stock market opens week bearish by 0.22 percent
  • NITDA fines firm N5 million for data protection breach
  • NCC restates commitment to protect telecoms consumers
  • Nigeria records 238 new COVID-19 infections, a total now 160,895
  • Wasinmi killing: How my father, his two wives, three grandchildren were killed, son recounts
  • Whither Nigeria’ (3)
  • When JDPC waded into farmers, herders’ clashes in Oyo
  • Why the humanities still matter
  • President Buhari and life in the North-Central
  • SEforALL launches Are Bold campaign today to drive ambitious action towards SDG7
  • FG inaugurates governing council, BoT on Ogoniland remediation project
  • Lawsuits against NBMA, borne out of facts on dangers of GMOs, says HOMEF
  • Esso Properties targets delivery of 2,500 houses in 2021
  • NCF, NPS, BIOPAMA train park rangers, empower 240 community members
  • LASRERA’s permit will boost diaspora confidence in real estate ‘Benson-Awoyinka
  • Catholic Church bars gay union blessing says God ‘can’t bless sin
  • NIRSAL Microfinance Bank warns against fake staff, agents

SPORTS

  • 8 Games Without Winning Unfortunate, Sunshine Stars Coach Laments – Daily Independent
  • Adam Thielen Rumors: Vikings, WR Have Discussed Restructuring Contract – Bleacher Report
  • Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury sign deal for two fights – Lailas Blog
  • Aruna Quadri Awaits World Ranking for Tokyo Olympics Ticket – Thisday
  • Atletico stumble, Ronaldo defiant and PSG unsettled: European talking points – Guardian
  • Barcelona 4-1 Huesca: Lionel Messi equals Xavi’s Barcelona appearance record – BBC
  • Ben Youngs: Performance against France ‘a really good blueprint’ for England – Yahoo
  • Bobby Lashley vs. Drew McIntyre Set for WWE Title Match at WrestleMania 37 – Bleacher Report
  • Boothroyd admits Hudson-Odoi is unlucky to be in England’s U21s – Goal
  • Brees announces retirement after 20 years in the NFL – CNN
  • Bud Dupree Rumors: Titans Making ‘Strong Push’ for Former Steelers LB in FA – Bleacher Report
  • Carl Lawson, Jets Reportedly Agree to 3-Year, $45M Contract in 2021 Free Agency – Bleacher Report
  • Confed Cup: Osho, Oladapo wary of Pirates threat – Punch
  • Corey Davis’ Updated Fantasy Outlook After Reportedly Agreeing to Jets Contract – Bleacher Report
  • Cyclist Primoz Roglic crashes twice, suffers a dislocated shoulder, loses race lead, but still finishes – CNN
  • Dana White: Usman vs. Masvidal, UFC 261 Card to Feature Full Crowd – Bleacher Report
  • Dinamo Zagreb boss Mamic resigns after being sentenced to four years in prison three days before Tottenham clash – Goal
  • Diogo Jota clinches Liverpool win at Wolves but celebrations muted after Rui Patricio head injury – Yahoo
  • Elmusrati ends lifelong Primeira Liga wait as SC Braga hold Famalicao – Goal
  • EPL: Jota scores Liverpool winner as Wolves’ Patricio carried off with head injury – New Telegraph
  • EPL: Jota scores, Patricio injured as Liverpool beat Wolves 1-0 – Punch
  • EPL: Own goal helps Man Utd edge past West Ham – New Telegraph
  • Fans barred from Tokyo Olympics torch relay start – Guardian
  • Former NFL WR Keyshawn Johnson Announces Death of Daughter Maia – Bleacher Report
  • Garth Crooks’ team of the week: Jota, Jesus, McNeil, Rudiger, Stones, Dunk – BBC
  • He is the most important man in the history of the club’ – Koeman praises Barca’s record breaking Messi – Goal
  • How to watch Man City vs Gladbach, Real Madrid vs Atalanta and other Champions League Round of 16 matches in India – TV, live stream, fixtures – Goal
  • Huw Jones determined to make most of any opportunity to reclaim Scotland spot – Yahoo
  • I cant remember what happened after I collapsed Ibekwe – Punch
  • Idanre, Smokin Hills listed among Ondo auto rally venues – The Cable
  • Ighalo out for two weeks – The Sun
  • Iheanacho scores hattrick against Sheffield -NigPilot – Nigerian Pilot
  • Iheanacho: I save another hat trick for Nigeria at the World Cup – The Sun
  • ISL 2020-21: Impact of seventh foreigner set apart champions Mumbai City from ATK Mohun Bagan – Goal
  • Jets’ Updated Depth Chart, Salary Cap After Reported Corey Davis Contract – Bleacher Report
  • Joshua and Fury sign two-fight deal to unify heavyweight titles – Guardian
  • Joshua, Fury agree 200m two-fight deal – The Sun
  • Joshua, Fury finally sign 200m two-fight deal – Guardian
  • Joshua, Fury seal 200m two-fight deal – The Cable
  • Jurgen Klopp delighted with Liverpool winning ‘three dirty points’ at Wolves – Yahoo
  • Kalu injured, out of AFCON qualifiers – The Sun
  • Ken Owens hails Wayne Pivac for orchestrating dramatic change in Welsh fortunes – Yahoo
  • Klopp happy to win ‘dirty’ as Jota returns to haunt Wolves – Guardian
  • Kyrie Irving’s 34 Points, James Harden’s Triple-Double Lead Nets Past Knicks – Bleacher Report
  • La Liga: Messi equals Xavi record, scores twice against Huesca – Punch
  • Lionel Messi is the most important player in Barcelona’s history ‘ Ronald Koeman – Yahoo
  • Lionel Messi marks record-equalling 767th appearance with brace in Barcelona win – Yahoo
  • Liverpool star Jota reflects on ‘special’ goal that sunk former club Wolves – Goal
  • Marvin Bagley III Ruled out for Kings vs. Hornets Because of Hand Injury – Bleacher Report
  • Messi celebrates leveling Xavi record with double against Huesca – Guardian
  • Messi joins Xavi at top of Barcelona’s all-time appearance list – Goal
  • Messi set to play record-equalling 767th game for Barca – Guardian
  • Messi sets another La Liga record with stunner against Huesca – Goal
  • Messi sparkles in 4-1 hammering of Huesca – Goal
  • Messi to equal Xavi playing record against Huesca – Punch
  • Murray handed Miami Open wildcard – Guardian
  • Neville: Man United Must Win Trophy, Finish Second This Season – Complete Sports
  • New Day Beats Hurt Business, Wins WWE Raw Tag Team Titles – Bleacher Report
  • Nmecha hits brace as Manchester City U23 run riot over Southampton U23 – Goal

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