Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Sunday, April 14, 2019

BUSINESSDAY Mindless killings, as communal clashes spread Why mortgage, home-ownership elude low income earners IDPs camp and emergency management in Lagos I’m afraid, Nigeria is reaching a breaking point ‘ Fasoranti Presidency, serial security meetings and increasing wave of insecurity   PUNCH I dont hate my dad for raping my mum Helen Paul Capital market […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Saturday, April 13, 2019

BUSINESSDAY Ondo drives agribusiness, engages over 2,000 cassava farmers for ethanol project KWIRS generates N6.2bn revenue internally as Chairman pledges revenue growth Jumia trades $14.50 per share on New York Stock Exchange Nigeria among 11 African countries for COFIT by Afreximbank UNICEF targets 501,749 out-of-school children in Kastina, Kebbi, Sokoto, Zamfara, by 2020. Elumelu to […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Friday, April 12, 2019

BUSINESSDAY Nigeria’s gas sector is robust enough to support growth in both export and domestic markets Finally, NCC approves MTN’s use of 800MHZ spectrum Sciences, education, social sciences are preferred courses for Nigerian students How lack of data, research hinders Nigeria healthcare system Foreign restaurants eat locals’ lunch in Nigerian fast-food battle Why non- communicable […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Thursday, April 11, 2019

BUSINESSDAY Success of Nigeria’s power ‘guinea pig’ threatened by late settlement of invoices UK legal services trade mission seeks partnership with Nigerian lawyers 2019 elections: Can the Nigerian judiciary deliver electoral justice Energy: Why it is important and the way forward Strategic importance of the transportation sector to Nigerian economy Nigeria disagrees with IMF over […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Wednesday, April 10. 2019

BUSINESSDAY Cargo backlog piles up at airports, seaports over Customs’ server breakdown Nigeria’s cashew price falls 60% to lowest in 3 years Operators excited as Nigeria’s off-grid market attracts new $300m funding Boost for food security as Atlas, AGRA collaborate on AI to predict farm yields Nigeria dithers as strict reforms lift millions out of […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Tuesday, April 9, 2019

BUSINESSDAY Private developers’ encroachment into airport land threatens security at MMIA Despite attacks, Yobe tops states with highest JAMB admission rate Insurers lose N220bn to rate-cutting in 5yrs on motor, fire business Despite oil rally, concerns for Nigeria’s future linger Public schools require 8 years of holistic intervention for significant results ‘ Adegoke Audu Ogbeh’s […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Monday, April 8, 2019

BUSINESSDAY Was Buhari right to reject $1bn Ajaokuta Completion Bill Poor power supply, low access to credit, high interest rate constraining Nigerian businesses Buhari’s planned tax hikes fail the magna carta test Can fashion be inclusive’ Small-scale trade can reach customers directly Nigerians binge on dollar savings as naira devaluation memory lingers Rivers now fastest […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Sunday, April 7, 2019

BUSINESSDAY Why the local eateries are disappearing amid foreign brands’ incursion Why men are more likely to commit suicide, die from accidents, AIDs, TB Developers must be strictly monitored to avoid building collapse ‘ Jeje Uneven access to health services drives life expectancy gaps ‘ WHO Banks’ synergy required to combat cybercrime, improve funds security […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Saturday, April 6, 2019

BUSINESSDAY WAEC slams candidates involved in exams malpractices Ethiopian Airways crash: Boeing apology too late, says pilot’s father Nigeria, Sudan, others face acute food insecurity, as 113 million go hungry NNPC allays fears of fuel scarcity, says 55 depots have fuel Updated: Supreme court, NJC deny knowledge of Onnoghen’s resignation Uganda tries to dodge the […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Friday, April 5, 2019

BUSINESSDAY Insecurity makes food security harder for over 5m Nigerians Nigeria’s blood shortage means survival bleak during emergencies Land prices in Eko Atlantic 40% ahead close neighbourhoods Satellite technology will improve medical data record for Nigeria’s healthcare system’ Okuzu Nigeria ranked 4th out of 30 countries with high prevalence of tuberculosis Updated: CBN, Bankers’ Committee […]

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