Nigerian Newspapers: Top Stories This Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today April 23 2018. In Nigerian Newspaper today, some top stories has taken first stead making front page news.

In Dailies such as Vanguard Newspaper, the battle for the Senate Presidency continues, Atiku and Buhari’s legal drama as well as stories about Leah Sharibu has been featured. Newspaper Headline Stories were also featured from the Punch Newspaper, Daily Times Newspaper, The Sun Newspaper, The Nation Newspaper and others.

Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today April 23 2019

Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today


In the Daily Times Newspaper, Death of 11 persons during the Easter celebration in Gombe has caused grieve, the activities of Boko Haram and the Nigerian Army; Dangote Refinery stories and others has been featured. See full list of stories in the Daily times below:

  • Saraki tackles Tinubu over claim of hijacking 2018 budget
  • Presidency fumes over Catholic Bishop’s comment on North-East
  • Corruption: Don’t judge us by conviction figure – FG
  • Again, Atiku tell tribunal to disqualify Buhari
  • Police confirm 11 persons killed in Gombe Easter accident
  • How Dangote Refinery will drive world crude oil refining capacity – OPEC
  • Don’t sell off public assets, Expert urges Buhari
  • Ekiti set to revive farm settlements through World Bank’s intervention
  • Unhealthy lifestyle cause of non-communicable diseases – Don
  • Boko Haram activities now restricted, says Buratai
  • I’ll run an inclusive government, union leader pledges
  • Petroleum varsity VC appeals to Buhari to sign bill establishing institution
  • Bakare to Buhari: Job creation panacea to insecurity

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In the Vanguard Newspaper, the battle for the Senate Presidency continues, Atiku and Buhari’s legal drama as well as stories about Leah Sharibu has been featured.

  • Tinubu Backing Lawan, Gbajabiamila Because Of 2023 – Saraki
  • Rising Bank Fraud: ICPC To Rid Financial Institutions Of Bad Eggs
  • Economist Hails Buhari’s Disposition To Free Africa Trade Agreement
  • Atiku To Buhari: Arrest Killers Of Oguche, Mooney Now
  • Presidency Working For Leah Sharibu’s Release – Adesina
  • Chibok Girls: Reflection Of All That’s Wrong With Nigeria – Aisha Abu
  • Ooni Reafirms Igbo-Yoruba Family Ties
  • Sri Lanka’s Christians Afraid To Attend Church After Blasts
  • We Have Dealt With Boko Haram, They Now Lurk Around Lake Chad ― Buratai
  • EU To Support Nigeria’s Sustainable Energy Investment — Karsen
  • NERC Moves To Break DISCOs’ Monopoly
  • Distribution Inefficiencies, Lack Of Funds, Others Hinder 8000MW Target — NDPHC
  • Yellow Fever Persists, 80 Deaths, 4,100 Cases In Nigeria Since 2017
  • North-East Better Off Under President Buhari, Presidency Boasts
  • Presiding Officers’ Admission: We’re Vindicated – PDP


In the Nation Newspaper Today, the following headlines are featured:

  • The North: Militancy, banditry and the rest of us
  • Three governors, ministers in race for Buhari’s cabinet
  • ‘N1.92tr shared to three tiers by FAAC in three months’
  • Corruption: Don’t judge us by conviction figure, says Fed Govt
  • Bakare prays for Buhari to pick brightest people as aides
  • ILO seeks protection for workers as technology erases jobs
  • Boko Haram: Air Force takes delivery of two Agusta power attack
  • Kaduna: from violence to cow milk revolution
  • 11 die, 47 injured as vehicles crash into Easter procession in Gombe, Adamawa
  • Buhari not sleeping on duty – Presidency replies Rev. Mamza
  • JAMB cancels results in two centres in Abia


The Sun Newspaper is rich today with stories ranging from Senate Presidency, to Boko Haram to Election Tribunal Hearings, Onnoghen’s conviction, etc.

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  • Security agents kill 11 as Galilee procession ends in tragedy in Gombe
  • Boko Haram activities now restricted –Buratai
  • Gunmen attack Katsina village, 10 killed
  • Boko Haram: How we achieved peace in Bauchi -Yusuf
  • Saraki replies Tinubu
  • We won’t talk on issue before tribunal – INEC
  • Anti-graft war’ll be ferocious in next 4 years – Lai Mohammed
  • FAAC allocations: How FG, states, LGAs shared N8trn in 2018
  • Six things you need to know about Sri Lanka’s bombings
  • Onnoghen conviction: Senior lawyer express fears over the tenure of Governors, Lawmakers
  • 9th Assembly: Why APC must review Gbajabiamila’s adoption -Dyegh
  • APC plots to compromise guber poll tribunal – PDP
  • FG achieved 66.22% capital expenditure performance in 2017 –FRC


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