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The headlines of mainstream Nigerian newspapers for Wednesday, April, 11 2018, are focused on the presidency's position on the second term bid of President Muhammadu Buhari, Governor Ortim's charge to Internally Displaced Persons.
Pro-Oyegun supporters have warned that there would be serious consequences at the All Progressives Congress (APC) national executive committee (NEC) meeting if the party’s chairman is stopped from seeking re-election.
The main headlines of the mainstream Nigerian newspapers for Thursday, April 5, are focused on President Muhammadu Buhari's refusal to support the tenure extension of All Progressives Congress (APC) national executives.
The newspaper review for Wednesday, April 4, leads with the split among state governors in the ruling All Progressives Congress over the tenure elongation of the Odigie Oyegun led executives among other top stories.
The main headlines of the mainstream Nigerian newspapers for Thursday, March 29, are focused on the reaction of the Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC) to Senators' N13.5 million monthly running cost.
The newspaper review for Wednesday, March 28, leads with President Muhammadu Buhari's rejection of tenure elongation of the tenure of the APC National Working Commitee (NWC) led by Odigie Oyegun among other stories.
The newspapers for Monday, March 26, focus on the federal government’s reaction to a call by the former chief of army staff, Lt General TY Danjuma (rtd) for people to carry arms and defend themselves against herdsmen attacks.
In order to keep our esteemed readers updated on the latest national developments, NAIJ.com has undertaken an in-depth analysis and summary of the main headlines of various mainstream Nigerian newspapers for today, March 23.
The main headlines of the mainstream Nigerian newspapers for Thursday, March 22, are focused the released of the abducted Dapchi school girls by their abductors, and the federal government's reaction to the girls release.
The newspaper review for Wednesday, March 21, leads with the statement credited to Arewa Consultative Forum in which the north’s apex socio-cultural group declared that Nigeria cannot survive without the north among other stories.
The newspaper review for Tuesday, March 20, leads with Catholic Archbishop Emeritus of Lagos, Anthony Cardinal Okogie, has expressed fears of Nigerians entrusting their security in the government of President Muhammadu Buhari.
A man identified as Dominic Johnson has been arrested and charged to court for sleeping with his 14-year-old daughter and impregnating her. He further revealed that he indulged in the act years after his wife’s death.
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Headlines for Thursday, March 15, are focused on the federal government's effort to rescue the abducted Chibok girls and the National Assembly's plan to override President Buhari's veto of the Electoral Amendment Bill.
The newspaper review for Tuesday, March 13, leads with President Muhammadu Buhari calling on Nigerians to refrain from escalating the deadly clashes between farmers and herdsmen in Benue and other states among other stories.
The main headlines of the mainstream Nigerian newspapers for Thursday, March 8, are focused on the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warning that the Nigeria's economy remains vulnerable despite the country's exit from recession.
The main headlines of the mainstream Nigerian newspapers for Thursday, March 1, are focused on the abduction of 110 secondary schoolgirls from Yobe state and and the attempts by government and security agencies to rescue them.
The newspaper review for Wednesday, February 28, leads with the crises in Kaduna in which over 1000 houses and the panel set up by the Federal Government to investigate the circumstances surrounding the abduction of 110 girls.
The newspapers for Monday, February 26, focus on a brewing crisis in the All Progressives Congress and federal government’s confirmation that 110 schoolgirls of Government Girls Technical School Dapchi are unaccounted for.
The main headlines of the mainstream Nigerian newspapers for Thursday, February 22, are focused on the abduction of about 94 secondary school girls from Yobe state and the rescue of 48 girls out of 94 by the Nigeria army.
The newspaper review for Tuesday, February 21, leads with the outrage over the demolition of APC's factional office in Kaduna state, the capture of the mastermind of killings in Benue state among other stories.