NEWSPAPER Headlines For Today (Wednesday March 1)

NEWSPAPER Headlines For Today (Wednesday March 1)


Check out the News that made Headlines in Top Nigerian Newspapers like THE PUNCH, VANGUARD, THE SUN, DAILY TRUST, PREMIUM TIMES, THE NATION, THISDAY, NIGERIAN PILOT, NIGERIAN TELEGRAPH and other top Newspapers today


  • Reps clash over Buhari’s health status, summon IG, CPs
  • Xenophobia: Nigerians storm S’Africa Embassy, demand suspension of Ambassador
  • FG won’t ban okada, tricycles –Amaechi
  • NAFDAC busts forgery syndicate linked to Indians, Mexicans
  • 2019: I’ll not contest against Buhari, says Tinubu
  • Corruption in civil service, a nation’s greatest tragedy — Osinbajo
  • Lagos promises improved security in Epe
  • Sponsor bill to regulate okada activities – Ashafa
  • CCTV buses will replace danfos, says LASG
  • Boundary dispute: Osinbajo meets Akwa Ibom, Cross River, Ebonyi governors
  • LASIEC warns thugs against poll disruption
  • FG to enforce buying of Made-in-Nigeria products
  • NLC disagrees with el-Rufai over planned sale of govt houses
  • Soludo, Utomi, Igbo leaders demand Nnamdi Kanu’s release
  • Xenophobia: Gbajabiamila heads Reps team to S’African parliament
  • PDP govs meet Jonathan, seek political solution to crisis
  • Igbo’ll never produce Nigeria’s President –MASSOB
  • Teach children morals through storytelling, Obasanjo tells parents
  • High unemployment rate linked to kidnapping
  • Trump vows new merit-based US immigration system
  • Fayose slams Obasanjo for criticising his generation
  • Dismissed policeman works in Lagos command for eight years


  • South Africa deports 97 Nigerians
  • N2.8b fraud: I made statement under duress –Ex-NBC director tells court
  • Abia police arrest most wanted kidnappers, foil bank robbery
  • Akwa Ibom/Cross River: Osinbajo mediates in boundary disputes
  • EFCC recovers more vehicles, others from ex-Customs boss, Dikko
  • PDP govs meet Jonathan over party crisis
  • JAMB bans awaiting results candidates
  • I’m not running for presidency, says Tinubu
  • Nigeria’s GDP growth rate contracts by -1.3% in Q4, 2016 –NBS


  • Corruption Hindering Progress Of Civil Service – Osinbajo
  • IOCs Spend $5bn On Indigenous Firms’ Capacity Building
  • Onnoghen’s Confirmation Screening Begins Today
  • Recession: Economy Shows Signs Of Recovery – NBS
  • Niger Agric Extension Workers Get 100 Motorcycles
  • Oil And Gas: Nigeria Targets $10bn Investments In 5 Years
  • Amina Mohammed Assumes Duty At UN Today
  • FG Adopts PPP Model For $20bn Niger Delta Gas Project


  • QUEENS COLLEGE: ‘Since my daughter came home for break, she has been stopping, vomiting’
  • ‘Igbo leaders are political slaves in Nigeria’
  • NJC proposes N5.2bn for retired judicial officers in 2017
  • I’ll never contest against Buhari —Tinubu
  • Xenophobic attacks: NASS threatens reprisals as S-Africa deports 97 Nigerians
  • Release Kanu now, Soludo, Utomi, Igbo leaders tell Buhari
  • Xenophobic attack: Gbajabiamila leads delegation to South Africa
  • Obasanjo’s statement selfserving, discomfiting, misleading – Fayose


  • Senate to probe alleged N5.1 trillion subsidy fraud in NNPC
  • Anambra guber poll, APC converts and failed ambitions
  • Manufacturers deploy resources to farming over raw materials’ scarcity
  • Government may begin hamonisation of biometric data bases Q2
  • Reps probe debt owed local contractors by FG, seek penalties for crime against humanity
  • Obasanjo seeks revival of story telling culture, donates books to Ibogun pupils
  • Oil community accuses firm, indigenes of concealing toxic wastes
  • Passengers panic as Med-View plane develops fault
  • Controversy over N3.2b fraud charge against PenCom director general


  • PDP crisis: Jonathan, governors opt for political solution
  • Lagos: Group protest xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa
  • South Africa deports 97 Nigerians
  • Sheriff promises women 30 percent of elective position in PDP
  • Amina Mohammed lists priority at UN
  • Reps to probe foreign missions over alleged corruption
  • Taraba APC rejects LG election results
  • NLC, TUC kick against sales of 1,990 quarters by El-Rufai
  • Aisha Buhari spends millions on training programme
  • Osinbajo: Corruption in civil service will cause national tragedy
  • Recession: Nigeria’s economy improved in 2016 – NBS


  • Nigerian Economy Contracts by 1.5% in 2016, Marginally Beating IMF Forecast
  • Senate to Screen Onnoghen Tuesday
  • South African Government Deports 97 Nigerians
  • Lawmakers Bicker over Buhari’s ‘Sickness’
  • CBN Black Market Attack is Just a Stopgap Until Nigeria Floats…
  • I Will Not Run against Buhari, Says Tinubu
  • As New Devt Bank Takes off, Finance Ministry, CBN Parley on…
  • Dangote Ends Nigeria’s Dependence on Imported Cement
  • Medview Aborts Flight over Malfunctioning Cooling System


  • Xenophobia: South Africa deports 97 Nigerians, 6 Benue indigenes included
  • Xenophobia: Idoma born Princess Ene Maria’s shop attendant attacked in Zoro district, escapes unhurt
  • PDP: Sen. Joseph Akagerga presents Sheriff’s Dan Ale led PDP to BSIEC, urged John Ngbede, Makarfi group to
  • join them
  • Arms deal: Former Benue Governor, Gabriel Suswam spends another night in DSS custody, may be handed
  • over to EFCC today
  • Incessant screening of workers: Hon Obochi Samuel suspends support for Kogi State government
  • Social activist, Victoria Holiday, to bury mum March 11
  • Police stormed Peace Corps office, arrests its commandant, Dickson Akor
  • Prof. Simon Ocheme Akpakwu, Barr. John-Wayne Anejo losses inlaw less than 24hrs after burying brother

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