Nigerian Newspapers Headlines Monday, March 26th
Governors of states in northern Nigeria on Sunday held a meeting with MACBAN leaders with a view to ending the incessant clashes between farmers and herdsmen in Nigeria. Full story here.
Freed Dapchi Girls Reunite With Parents
The 104 Dapchi schoolgirls recently released by Boko Haram terrorists on Sunday reunited with their parents. Click here for the full story.
There Was Never A Sergeant Bako – Nigerian Army
The Nigerian Army on Sunday denied the existence of a Sergeant David Bako in its ranks and refuted claims of military complicity in the abduction of the Dapchi schoolgirls. Read more.
CAN Chairman Crushed To Death
Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in Taraba state Ben Ubeh has been crushed to death by a truck. Read more here.
Fayose Berates IGP For Conflicting Dapchi Girl Reports
Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state has berated the police for being unable to stick to one statement. Click here for more.
One Week Ceasefire Declared To Secure Dapchi Girls Release – FG
The FG on Sunday said a week-long ceasefire was declared from March 19, allowing the insurgents to drop off abducted Dapchi schoolgirls. Read more.
Buhari, APC Eroded Nigerians’ Belief In System – PDP
The Muhammadu Buhari-led administration has brought the nation to the point where private citizens have to look to protect their lives and property by themselves. Click here for more.
NNPC Blames Petroleum Supply Disruption On 700 pipeline breaches
NNPC GMD, Maikanti Baru, has regretted the incessant vandalism of the Aba-Enugu products’ pipeline, which has suffered about 700 breaches. Full story here.
Gencos Record Revenue Shortfall Of N42.13bn In January
Power generating companies in the country were paid only N6.1 billion for 2,666,906.88 megawatts of electricity worth N48.23 billion in January 2018. Click here for more.
Norway To Partner Nigeria In Power Generation
Norway is set to partner the Nigerian government to resuscitate the country’s ailing power sector, says the Norwegian Ambassador to Nigeria Jens-Petter Kjemprud. Full story here.
37 Dead In Fire At Russia’s Siberia Shopping Mall – Report
37 people were killed in a fire at a shopping centre in Kemerovo, an industrial city in western Siberia, Russian news agency TASS reported, citing investigators. Click here for more.
Ex-Catalan Leader Puigdemont Arrested In Germany
Former Catalan President Carles Puigdemont has been arrested by the German Police on Sunday as he moved over by car from Denmark. Full story here.
Woman Dies After Having Bee-sting Therapy
A woman has died after undergoing bee-sting therapy, a form of treatment backed by Gwyneth Paltrow. Full story here.
Adeosun Clarifies Letter To Magu On Recovered Funds
Minister of Finance Kemi Adeosun has clarified her letter to the acting chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, on cash recoveries by the FG, which some media reports misrepresented. Click here for more.
Okagbare Shatters 22-Year African Record
Nigeria’s track queen, Blessing Okagbare on Saturday started her outdoor season with an impressive 22.04secs in her 200m race at the Wes Kittley Invitational Track and Field Meet at the Abilene Christian University.
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#BigBrotherNaija2018: Anto, Khloe Back In House
The pair of Anto and Khloe were on Sunday allowed back into the Big Brother Naija 2018 house. Click here for more.
Paul Play Admits Telco Robbed Him
Paul Play has alleged that a telecommunications firm robbed him when it used his song Mosorire to promote its TV show, the Nigerian Idol. Raed more.