NEWSPAPER Headlines For Friday, April 21, 2017

NEWSPAPER Headlines For Friday, April 21, 2017

April 21 Newspaper Headlines.

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

VANGUARD

  • Fresh crisis looms between Presidency, Senate
  • NIA cash: Osinbajo meets Magu, DSS boss, IG, others
  • NYSC member who sought photograph with Fayose gets automatic employment
  • Naira Watch: Naira rises to N380/$
  • Buhari begs Nigerians to be patient, not to lose hope
  • ‎’Life’ goes on at SGF’s office as Babachir Lawal stays away
  • DINO MELAYE ASSASSINATION SAGA: Kogi ALGON Boss Debunks Arrest Report
  • Delta Govt Signs MoU With Developer For N2bn Ultra-Modern Trade Fair Complex

DAILY TRUST

  • Fayemi briefs Buhari on $150m W/Bank loan
  • NIA’s N15bn approved by Jonathan for 2015 campaign – Ex-Director
  • Security operatives raid Goje’s residence in Abuja
  • FG docks Ngwuta over assets declaration
  • PDP crisis: We’ll reject Jonathan c’ttee’s report — Sheriff
  • Dino: Kogi ALGON chairman dismisses arrest report
  • Jigawa APC stakeholders doubt Badaru’s sincerity on LG polls
  • NNPC GMD loses mum
  • NOA tasks media on counter terrorism
  • 23 year-old man commits suicide in Adamawa
  • Ojikutu queries NAHCON over 45% market allocation to Saudi airline
  • Habiba Lawal takes over as acting SGF
  • Nigeria must stop “dependency culture” — NACA DG
  • Air Peace grounds two aircrafts over collision
  • Buhari appoints Bello as Nexim Bank MD
  • NNPC to diversify into health sector – Baru
  • Babachir, Oke ought to have been arrested, detained – PDP
  • Buhari must govern physically, not through proxies – Fayose
  • Masari, Police disagree over location of new police area commands

PUNCH

  • Ali redeploys 48 Customs comptrollers, reconstitutes compliance team
  • 30 football fans feared dead in Calabar viewing centre tragedy
  • Suspended NIA DG, Oke, admits Jonathan ordered release of $289m
  • Magu: Senators fault Presidency, lawmakers may approach S’Court
  • Piracy on Nigerian waters drops by 60% – FG
  • Fayemi briefs Buhari on $150m W’Bank mining loan
  • NNPC diversifies into health sector
  • Police raid Danjuma Goje’s Abuja home
  • Foreign donors dump expired products on religious bodies, NGOs –NAFDAC

THISDAY

  • Citing Double Standards, PDP Says SGF, NIA DG Should Have Been…
  • Naira Extends Gains as Dollar Glut Hits Market
  • FG Arraigns Justice Ngwuta for False Asset Declaration
  • Fayose Questions Buhari’s Absence at State Functions
  • MNJTF: A Divided Boko Haram, Boost to Our Counter-Insurgency Operations
  • Kano Magistrate Remands Woman for Insulting Her Mother
  • Scientists Discover Planet Likely to Have Alien Life
  • Three Killed in Benue after Attack by Suspected Herdsmen
  • NHRC Probes Hate Speech, Electoral Violence During 2015 Polls
  • Police Write Buhari, Request 155,000 New Recruits
  • Police Arrest Leadership Correspondent in Kaduna
  • EFCC Denies Raiding Goje’s Abuja Residence

THE NATION

  • $43.4m: Osinbajo Panel compiles list of invitees
  • VP meets with Magu, DG DSS, NSA, others
  • Olubadan deplores ‘plans to cause mayhem’ in Ibadan
  • Police to recruit 155,000 in five years to meet UN requirement
  • APC postpones NEC meeting
  • Ngwuta arraigned at CCT
  • Federal Govt to issue more international bonds
  • Makarfi rejects Osinbajo panel
  • Southwest governors set to tackle militants
  • No feud between Presidency and Senate, says Umaru
  • Buhari deserves second term, says Oyegun

BLUEPRINT

  • Boko Haram strikes again, sacks battalion
  • El-Rufai orders of Leadership correspondent
  • Nigerian pastor wanted in S’Africa for ‘abusing’ 30 girls
  • Court slams N2.5m bail on 5 men for obstructing journalistalist
  • W/Bank supports Nigeria’s agric sector with $200m
  • Goje’s Residence Raided
  • Babachir, Oke’s Suspension, Another Ruse To Deceive Nigerians – PDP
  • Bello orders Karu General Hospital open for use

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