Headlines from Top Nigerian Newspapers; Wednesday 28th April

Nigerian Newspapers

Below are some headlines from top Nigerian newspapers for today Wednesday 28th of April, 2021;

Punch
Govs cry out, demand action from Buhari as 21 more Nigerians killed

Buhari appeals to US over insecurity, wants AFRICOM in Nigeria

No fuel price increase without fixing refineries, says NLC

Report ranks Nigeria third worst country in the world

Biden raises minimum wage to $15/N6,750 per hour

CBN injects $1.47bn into forex market in one month

ICPC probe uncovers 2,000 tax-evading firms, recommends prosecution

NIDCOM mourns Nigerian who died trying to save drowning Briton

Channels TV: NUJ kicks, says NBC threat outrageous

Scores of doctors fleeing North because of insecurity – NMA

52 northern groups ask UN, others to back Biafra agitation

Pantami, part of Buhari’s plan to islamise Nigeria, says MASSOB

Some Islamic leaders fishing in troubled water, provoking Christians – CAN

Tinubu rubbishes reported rift with Buhari after Villa closed-door meeting

N140bn debt blocking access to N2bn COVID-19 loan – Adamawa

No going back on ‘no ransom, no negotiation’ policy, says El- Rufai

Buhari standing aloof, his body language shows he’s Fulani President – Ortom

Wike declares curfew, says rampaging South-East/South-South attackers deranged

Kaduna abducted students beg for rescue in bandits’ new video

Firemen save Ebonyi federal high court after fire bomb attack

35 members killed, 145 kidnapped in four months – Kaduna Baptist

Pregnant Lagos businesswoman’s corpse found in bathroom

Lagos to award fourth Mainland Bridge contract December

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Nation
Buhari seeks U.S. help to tackle insecurity

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Nigeria’ll overcome security challenges, says Osinbajo

Senators, Reps challenge Fed Govt on state of security

Ibezim takes Senate seat

Justice Ngwuta’s funeral postponed indefinitely

HiFL 2021: Round of 16 finalists excite NUGA President

NIMASA to train 250 cadets to man platforms

Danjuma foundation lifts NYSC with 60,000 rapid test kits

Some bandits have repented, stopped kidnapping — Gumi

Security: Buhari needs understanding, cooperation, says Tinubu

PDP tackles Afegbua over N10b fraud allegation against Secondus

El-Rufai, Tambuwal, Buni call for collective action to end banditry

El-Rufai: ransom payment hasn’t stopped kidnapping

Sanwo-Olu constructs 51 roads, rehabilitates 632 others in 2 years

Kidnap victim rescued, AK47s recovered in Kogi

Protesting IDPs block Benue-Nassarawa highway over Herdsmen killings

7 killed in Benue IDP camp

REDTV’s The Men’s Club wins best web series in 2020

Emmanuella makes wave with first film

Nigeria’s Flutterwave named “Pioneer” on TIME’s 2021 list

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Vanguard
Medical supplies arrive in India as coronavirus cases hit new records

FG creates vehicle database to checkmate duty evasion, theft

FG awards section 2 of Apapa/Oshodi expressway

Minister calls for investment in local production of bitumen

Nigerian Navy acquires Hydrographic Research vessel for maritime safety

JUSUN apologises to Ngige over ‘unfriendly labour conduct’

ADUN gets operation license, matriculates 122 Students

US State Department withdraws diplomats from Kabul

Customs makes log book mandatory for vehicle importers

NIMASA kick-starts action on ports digitisation, 24 hours operations

Insecurity: No President’ll expose his citizens to banditry, danger — Tinubu

Insecurity: It’s time to seek help — Saraki tells Buhari

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Darkness awaits us if we don’t end attacks on our citadels of learning — Atiku warns

Ekiti 2022: Ex-Rep member to lead Bisi Kolawole’s campaign, over 200 member campaign committee constituted

Ikpeazu signs water bill into law

Gov Ortom in tears as armed herdsmen militia invade Benue IDPs camp, kill 7 injure many

Traffic Congestion: We need to do more to restore sanity in Apapa environs — Lagos govt admits

Gunmen in white bus kill two soldiers, one civilian at checkpoint in Ebonyi

(www.vanguardngr.com)

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