Author Topic: SOME NIGERIAN NEWSPAPER HEADLINES, 18/01/2022  (Read 375 times)


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Chinese company dominates Nigeria’s N10.5tn railway projects, says Fitch report

US, UK decline Kanu’s request as observers at trial

Odili’s house invaders had wrong address on search warrant by magistrate – Policeman

National Assembly under fire as BudgIT uncovers N378.9bn duplicated projects

Prison attackers mustn’t live to tell story, Aregbesola tells NCoS officials

After eight months decline, inflation rises to 15.63%, FG’s 2022 target shaky

Gencos record N304bn payment shortfall in nine months – NERC report

FG plans additional 2,000 affordable homes

Teachers who’ve applied for elongation should keep working – FG

JAMB wants more Niger, Adamawa, eight states’ candidates to register

Insecurity: UI students' union apologises to Makinde over 'harsh' complaints

Aisha Buhari hosts Liberia's VP, APC women leaders in Abuja

National convention: APC governors propose Feb 26, Al-Makura, Musa lead in party chair’s race

Afenifere, Ohanaeze threats over presidential candidates unsettle PDP

600 women groups converge on Abuja for Bello’s presidential bid

Akeredolu urges residents to pay tax for development

Akwa Ibom sets up panels to enforce grazing, okada ban

Oyo panel combs settlements as Lassa fever spreads, kills residents

Police summon Ganduje’s ex-commissioner, critic alleges intimidation

Hoodlums in army uniform kidnap seven wedding guests in Ogun, demand N60m ransom


The Nation
Kanu faces eight new terror charges as trial resumes Tuesday

Sit-at-home enforcers flog traders, destroy vehicles in Enugu, Anambra

Alleged P&ID scam: Court remands ex-director Taiga

COVID-19 funds : SERAP seeks prosecution of corrupt officials, agencies

Dismissed soldier, other to die by hanging for robbery

Fed Govt to NCoS officers: kill attackers of correctional facilities

Cholera: Nigeria reports 3,604 deaths, 111,062 cases in 2021, says NCDC

FCTA bars unvaccinated workers, visitors over virus spread

New texts for languages, English in 2022 UTME

NITDA unveils online portal for PLWDs

Lecturers urge FUOYE management to obey court orders

2023: Wike’s presidential posters flood Abuja

APC committee to release convention guidelines Tuesday

Override Buhari’s veto on Electoral Bill, PDP governors urge lawmakers

2023: Igbo delegation storms North, pledges N10b for presidential project

Wike reconciles Diri, Alaibe

OSU law class reunites 26 years after

Abductors of Plateau monarch demand N10m ransom

Fire destroys 21 shops at Kebbi community Kamba

Alaafin, wives celebrate 51st coronation anniversary



Army uncovers illegal oil bunkering depot in Lagos

School cert as minimum educational qualification to vie for President, NASS offices no longer fashionable – Gbajabiamila

FG files fresh terrorism charge against Nnamdi Kanu

COVID-19: 4th dose of vaccine shows limited results with omicron ― Study

Nigeria ready for ICAO safety audit, says NCAA

Nigeria to launch 2nd satellite — Pantami

NASS staff slips from stairs, dies

PenCom reviews Pension Reform Act 2014

Amaechi nominated for Blue Economy ‘Maritime Security’ award

Osun 2022: PDP group accuses Saraki of attempting to impose Adeleke

Uzodinma has destroyed the foundation of good governance – Imo PDP

Borno launches distribution of agric inputs to 500 dry season farmers in Monguno

Taraba budgets N4.72bn for Pension Board in 2022

Nasarawa Deputy Governor tells communities to cohabit peacefully

Ogun Chieftaincy Law will curb fetish practices in Oba installation, burial – MURIC

Gunmen abduct traditional ruler in Plateau

Bandits to Zamfara villages: Pay N24m tax or be attacked

Police rescue 16 kidnapped victims, foil another attempt in Kaduna

Sacked Kano commissioner, Magaji, invited by police

2023: 600 women groups to stage ‘One Million Women March’ for Yahaya Bello