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Latest news this morning (Monday, March 1, 2021)

The Nation

  • 28 policemen killed in three months
  • Celebrities mourn as popular music producer, Dokta Frabz dies 
  • Imo crisis: Okorocha’s son-in-law to be flown abroad after failed surgeries 
  • UN launches strategic vision for Africa 
  • Nigeria failed Kagara and Jangebe schoolchildren 
  • Nigeria expecting 129 million COVID-19 vaccines, says PTF 
  • Bala vs. Ortom: Time for statesmanship 
  • Police arrest over 200 in raid of Cubana Night Club 
  • Mixed reactions as Davido steps out with American IG model, Mya Yafai
  • Gumi: not our peace 
  • NCC chief Danbatta to deliver The Bullion lecture 
  • Amaechi: Work on Eastern rail to begin in March 
  • Reps query AG over N2.2tr in DMO’s budget 
  • ‘This is Lagos of my dream’ 
  • ‘How vaccines can end pandemic’
  • DAWN commission decries influx of arms
  • Okorocha slams Ohakim, Iwu, other stakeholders at parley with Uzodimma 
  • Yobe shuts schools 
  • CAN opposes negotiation with bandits 
  • Asset managers to supervise N15tr infraCorp
  • Buhari orders FIRS to remit levy to NASENI  3:34 AM
  • Govt negotiating through ex-bandits to free schoolgirls 
  • Southwest GDP worth over $80b, says Odua Investment 
  • Subscribers seek improved internet services 
  • Renewable energy forms 30% of Fed Govt’s 2030 power target
  • Anxiety over fuel price hike thickens with bullish oil price predictions 
  • CBN defended naira with $10.3b in six months
  • Between Labour and opposition to deregulation 
  • APC, PDP in silent battle for succession in Kaduna 
  • Rivers council polls mirrors division in PDP

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • Police apprehend five suspected robbers, recover guns in Lagos
  • Parties fight over Delta PDP N5m largesse
  • Nigerians’ll be shocked by those behind schoolgirls’ abduction, says Matawalle
  • PDP berates Ngige, Uzodimma over seen, unforeseen forces comments
  • Okorocha alleges assassination attempt of hospitalised son-in-law
  • Fuel queues spread over looming price hike
  • I’ll join 2023 presidential race if insecurity continues – Okupe
  • Mother of six appeals eviction from matrimonial home
  • Gunmen seize bus, kidnap passengers in Delta, police announce manhunt
  • Police may arraign Ogun deputy speaker for violent conduct
  • NDLEA arrests Algeria-bound trafficker with N1bn cocaine hidden in yoghurt
  • JAMB to announce sale of 2021/2022 form next week
  • Cop injured during gun duel with Ogun robbers, two arrested
  • Tinubu, Buhari weren’t arrested for demanding Jonathan’s resignation – Falana
  • Grieving family tackles Lagos hospital over mechanic’s death
  • Nigerians’ll be shocked by those behind schoolgirls’ abduction, says Matawalle
  • Fuel queues spread over looming price hike
  • Mother of six appeals eviction from matrimonial home
  • There were plots to kidnap my children during consolidation – Soludo
  • Police apprehend five suspected robbers, recover guns in Lagos
  • Gunmen seize bus, kidnap passengers in Delta, police announce manhunt
  • Men in dark times (2)
  • Terrorism, education and implications for northern Nigeria
  • The Senate confirms its nuisance
  • This is Lagos of my dream
  • Eavesdropper: The Nigerian absurd dramas
  • Akinbiyi: Man of history drops into history
  • Parties fight over Delta PDP N5m largesse
  • PDP berates Ngige, Uzodimma over seen, unforeseen forces comments
  • I’ll join 2023 presidential race if insecurity continues – Okupe
  • Tinubu, Buhari weren’t arrested for demanding Jonathan’s resignation – Falana
  • Buhari’s aide knocks Emmanuel, senators on Cross River projects
  • Uzodimma’s ‘desperate political’ applicants attacking me – Okorocha

(www.punchng.com)

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