Tue. Sep 27th, 2022

Abia Reporters


March 2 Headlines from Nigeria’s Major Newspapers

March 2 Headlines from Nigeria’s Major Newspapers

*Four arrested in bid to smuggle petrol
*Four arraigned for dog-attack on Ikeja Electric officials
*Naira devaluation fears create bottlenecks on dollar deals
*Machete-man ‘kills’ woman over missing phone in Ogun
*Smugglers shipping weapons into Akwa Ibom
*Coronavirus: ‘More than 100 Nigerians met with Italian’
*Gunmen kill poly student in Imo
*Amotekun Bill returns for passage Wednesday
*NOC salutes athletes, federations
*‘Quadri’s Olympic qualification important for Africa’
*Baby, dog contract virus as new cases, deaths rise
*Buhari to Nigerians: don’t panic
*Remo footballer’s death 
*Frills as Eto’o launches Castle Africa 5s
*‘La Casera a partner in progress’
*Probe begins into N35b defence contracts
*Arum: Fury, Wilder third clash before Olympics
*Reps to probe plot to divert $308 million Abacha loot
*Education goes beyond grades
*Ekiti PDP elders endorse Fayose’s candidate
*Street begging: Minister backs Ganduje on ban
*Coronavirus and Nigeria’s anomaly
*‘Let there be improvement in tourism’
*Climate change and disturbing fire outbreaks
*Northern governors laud Adeboye’s impact
*Abia rehabilitates sexually abused teen
*Coping with extreme heat wave
*I did no wrong seeking review of Bayelsa election verdict, says Olanipekun
*Committee dislodges illegal parks, garages, structures at Obalende
*From YEAA to TAN and now BMO
*Partial closure of Independence Bridge announced
*Regeneration of Island CBD on course, says Sanwo-Olu
*Bye-bye to estimated billing?
*Govt reopens Kara Bridge

*Imo/Zamfara Review: Fear Of Fine Grips PDP, APC As S’Court Rules Today
*Coronavirus: PMB Warns Against Panic
*Stocks Market Investment Declines By N1.199trn
*Insecurity: Nigeria Not Heading For Anarchy – ACF

*Caution on 2019 GDP growth report
*International Breweries records 100% Rights issue subscription, raises N165bn
*The Youth Need Jobs, Not Prayers
*Politicians And The Dearth Of Oratorical Dexterity
*When Coronavirus Arrived In Lagos
*Minimum Wage Controversies
*Caution On 2019 GDP Growth Report
*APC, PDP Fight Over COVID-19 Index Case In Nigeria
*We’re Not Ordained To Abuse Those In Power — Catholic Bishops
*Bayelsa judgement review: I did no wrong, says Olanipekun, Lyon’s lawyer
*Education policy: Osun monarchs task Oyetola on implementation of recommendations
*Buhari must heed Gowon, Obj’s call on restructuring now — PANDEF, Afenifere, Ohanaeze, Middle Belt leaders

*Catholics protest, say Buhari’s silence sowing seeds of mistrust
*Minister, senators plotting to reinstate disgraced FIIRO DG
*Reps probe $1bn spent on Tucano jets, others
*Rivers man builds children’s hospital in Buhari’s hometown
*Bauchi donates N10m to military officers’ wives
*Nasarawa prosecutes 100 residents for sanitation offences
*Nasarawa electricity consumers protest increase in tariff
*Spiritualists, hunters kill 40 bandits in Niger
*Katsina labourer remanded for molesting neighbour’s daughter
*Fire razes new carpet factory in C’River
*Pollution: Ogoni people’s lifespan reducing, CSO cries out
*Ebonyi community alleges invasion by armed men
*Delta community leader tasks Shell on environment clean-up
*Three killed in Enugu auto crash
*Coronavirus: Facilities in FCT, Ogun, others not ready, FG deploys more doctors in airports
*Oshiomhole: PGF DG dismisses threats as ultimatum expires
*EFCC probes N35bn arms procurement fraud in defence ministry
*SERAP opposes foreign education for repentant B’Haram terrorists

*No More Impediments to Burial of Lulu-Briggs, Says Widow
*Govt Alone Can’t Fund Community Policing, Says Nwanguma
*Kano Elders Back Ganduje on Almajiri Ban
*Kwara APC Crisis Deepens as Two Groups Bicker over Administration of Party
*Akume: Only Buhari Knows Right Time to Fire Service Chiefs
*SERAP Asks Lawan to Drop Bill to Give Repentant Terrorists Foreign Education
*I Did No Wrong in Seeking Bayelsa Judgment Review, Says Olanipekun
*House Summons HoS , Onu over Unaudited Account of Agency
*Stock Market Loses N 1 . 1 tn in February

*NCAA gives airlines guidelines to track passengers with COVID-19
*Stop playing politics with insecurity, Christian leaders tell FG
*Coronavirus: Delta locks down Warri, Koko, Sapele, Oghara, Asaba ports
*NDDC harps on quality, standards for indigenous contractors
*Why PDP shouldn’t sideline its elders, by Bode George
*CBN: Dangote Refinery will employ over 70,000 workers
*NSE further declines by 4.28%
*Royal Exchange: Underwriting expenses hurt earnings
*Real estate: NAICOM, developers aligning for growth
*No virus’ll come near you, Adeboye prays for members
*Lagos-Ibadan Expressway: FG reopens Kara Bridge to traffic
*Cross River distributes 5,200 protective equipment
*Edo deploys health officials to airport, motor parks
*We’ll divert vessels with yellow flags to special locations –NPA
*Plateau still monitoring four Chinese, 43 others – Commissioner


About Author