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CONVERSEER brings to you the major newspaper headlines from some national dailies for to today, Tuesday, 26 March 2024.

Read below the newspaper headlines across Nigeria and the world for today:

PUNCH

  • Why NLC opposed clock-in machine for Borno workers – Chairman
  • Kaduna hosts freed pupils, 28 kidnapped in fresh attack
  • Igboho, Gani Adams on warpath over assassination allegation
  • FG threatens Gumi with arrest, condemns reckless statements
  • Chieftain seeks unity in Edo PDP
  • Nigerians may spend over N725bn on 2024 Hajj
  • Ondo Speaker, 15 lawmakers endorse Aiyedatiwa’s gov ambition
  • Enugu, Borno record 7,496 tuberculosis case, 1,869 killed in Kwara
  • LP dares NLC, insists on Wednesday convention
  • EFCC watching you, Benue gov tells LG chairs
  • FG’s grains arrive eight states, distribution continues
  • Ondo farmers protest alleged farmlands takeover by Chinese firm
  • Edo CJ drops two profs from Shaibu’s impeachment panel
  • Lagos urges school owners to maintain uniform calendar
  • FG hails foreign service officers for launching academy
  • Kebbi to align Almajiri schools with formal education system
  • Nigeria’s 149 private varsities undersubscribed – NUC
  • Adamawa pays N2.4bn WASSCE, NECO fees for students
  • LASG trains 340 healthcare workers in safe blood handling
  • Lawmaker distributes 10,000 food packs to constituents
  • Plateau inaugurates panel to resettle attack victims
  • Truck kills pedestrian in Lagos
  • Racism reducing my desire to play football Vinicius
  • Ondo speaker, 15 lawmakers endorse Aiyedatiwas governorship bid
  • Plateau sets up committee to resettle attack victims
  • FG contacts INTERPOL, begins manhunt for fleeing Binance executive
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  • Ekiti poly students, staff protest bad road
  • Kebbi gov appoints new Auditor General for LG
  • Be mindful of EFCC, Benue gov warns LG chairmen
  • Kaduna police arrest fake soldier for armed robbery
  • Mbappe fires France warning after Germany friendly defeat
  • Lady rescued as fire guts Lagos supermarket
  • 91 bag first class as Ekiti varsity honours Adeboye, Adelusi-Adeluyi, others
  • Man kills brother over property in Niger
  • Six of 137 rescued Kaduna schoolchildren hospitalised
  • JUST IN: CBN sells $10,000 to BDC at N1,251/$1
  • FG arraigns man who accused Fashola of writing presidential tribunal judgment
  • 10 wounded in fresh Russian missile attack on Kyiv
  • UPDATED: FG invites Gumi for questioning on bandits activities
  • Adding colours to pursuit of qualitative education in Ogun: Travelwings examples
  • Trump wins lifeline in fraud case after court slashes crippling bond demand
  • Man slumps, dies during fight in Kwara
  • Tinubu sets up renewed hope infrastructure fund
  • Senegals Bassirou Faye steps into presidential spotlight
  • Osun driver arrested for attempted rape of teenage passenger
  • Tuberculosis curable, treatment free in Enugu -Commissioner
  • No ransom paid for Kaduna school childrens release FG
  • Ogun So-Safe nabs four for stealing N5m cables
  • FULL LIST: Oshoala, Ajibade make Super Falcons squad for Paris Olympics qualifiers against South Africa
  • Court grants Kano TikToker N.5m bail
  • Anambra man bags 10 years imprisonment for defiling nine-year-old daughter
  • Friendly: Spain not racist country, says Carvajal before Brazil clash
  • PICTORIAL: 137 freed schoolchildren arrive Kaduna
  • FG hails foreign service officers for launching academy
  • Tips for online registration of prospective corps members
  • JUST IN: Bauchi stampede death toll hits seven
  • Kidnappers of UNIABUJA lecturers to be arraigned May 13
  • Macron says IS behind Russia attack
  • APGA faults LP aspirants assessment of Soludo
  • Delta monarch warns against water pollution
  • Why private varsities cant be included in TETfund Bogoro
  • Edo CJ reviews panel probing Shaibu, replaces two members
  • Our executive, Anjarwalla no longer in Nigerian custody Binance
  • Tinubu presides over FEC meeting
  • Alleged slaving: Ayankunle, others passports seized for immigration offences, says KWAM 1
  • Group faults APC elders over Aiyedatiwas endorsement
  • NiMet partners firm to train TV weather presenters
  • JUST IN: NSA confirms Binance executives escape from custody
  • Alves pays bail, can leave Spanish jail Court
  • Governors memoranda for state police, a waste of time Makinde
  • Senegal awaits presidential poll outcome as opposition takes lead
  • Go after communal violence sponsors, Plateau gov orders security agents
  • EURO 2024 play-off: Three teams vie for final tournament spots Tuesday
  • EFCC arraigns suspect for N7.1m fraud in Sokoto
  • EU probes Apple, Google, Meta under new digital law
  • PICTORIAL: How 34-year-old Nigerian US Naval officer, Aregbesola died in Red Sea

VANGUARD

  • NSA launches global manhunt as Binance official flees custody
  • Army hands over 131 Kuriga schoolchildren, teachers to Kaduna govt
  • Naira up to N1,430/$ in parallel market
  • Edo guber: PDP needs unity to win —Igbinedion
  • One feared dead as fire razes Globus supermarket
  • Man escapes lynching for allegedly stealing goat
  • Man hacks elder brother to death over property
  • Truck crushes woman in Lagos
  • Court jails trader 6 months for conspiracy
  • One dies as rival cult groups clash in Kwara
  • Video: I brought down Dollar with my ‘Abidoshaker’ power – Odumeje
  • Peter Obi breaks fast with Muslims in Kano, drills borehole in mosque
  • Senegal opposition Faye set to become president after rival concedes defeat
  • Binance: Anjarwalla rubbed hands with some security agents to escape – Ex-DSS Boss alleges
  • Israel angry over US abstention on Security Council ceasefire vote
  • After over three years in detention, court acquits 3 EndSARS protesters
  • One feared dead as fire razes supermarket in Lagos
  • FEC approves restructuring of youth investment fund
  • Ondo: 15 APC lawmakers back Aiyedatiwa for Governorship
  • How Nigerian-born US Naval officer, Oriola Aregbesola died in Red Sea
  • Olarenwaju, Ajiborisha, Adeniji-Adele to APC: Don’t pick non-indigenes to run Lagos affair
  • Tinubu approves renewed hope fund to bridge infrastructure gap
  • Moscow attack: No nation’s immune to terrorism – Olawepo-Hashim

THE NATION

  • The transformative power of Lagos-Calabar Coastal superhighway
  • Fed Govt to save N300b from redesigned Second Niger Bridge Bypass
  • CBN adjusts forex sales to BCDs operators
  • FEC approves fund to bridge $878bn national infrastructure deficit
  • FG to carry out census of schools
  • The transformative power of Lagos-Calabar Coastal superhighway by Temitope Ajayi
  • 13 Ondo lawmakers endorse Aiyedatiwa for APC ticket
  • UPDATED: Military hands over 131 rescued schoolchildren to govt, six hospitalized
  • Police arrest fake Soldier for armed robbery, extortion in Kaduna
  • I started listening to Davido at age 10, says Aurelien Tchouameni
  • Dayo Amusa kicks as Bobrisky named Best Dressed Female
  • Adeleke lays foundation of Hajj Camp in Osun
  • Stakeholders advocate protection of vulnerable adolescent, youths sexual reproduction
  • Igbo-Biafra Nationalists commend move to integrate Southeast into national politics
  • Fubara decorates ADC, camp commandant with new ranks
  • Kanayo O Kanayo confirms Amaechi Muonagors death, pays tribute
  • No ransom paid for school childrens release Fed Govt
  • Mo Bimpe jubilates as Lateef Adedimeji bags AMVCA nomination
  • United Nations assures NDLEA of support as Amina Mohammed visits Marwa
  • We need faith, support to survive, says Shettima
  • NDLEA arrests 48,157 drug traffickers in three years Marwa
  • Olubadan: Olakulehins enthronement process to begin Tuesday
  • Edo CJ reviews panel probing Shaibu, replaces 2 members
  • Why asking for a DNA test should be an offence BBN star Rachel Edward
  • JUST IN: Release of Kuriga schoolchildren secured without ransom, says FG
  • Rita Edochie tackles women who support men abandoning their families for another woman
  • Trafficking to Vietnam on the rise, says NAPTIP
  • Stop making excuses for peoples bad behaviour Veeiye urges netizens
  • Approach women you think are out of your league Reno Omokri charges men
  • JUST IN: Military hands over 131 rescued school children to Gov Sani
  • Umahi dumps 2nd Niger Bridge Onitsha bypass design, saves Nigeria N300b
  • Court remands two businessmen over alleged N2.8bn laundering
  • PHOTOS: Gov Uba Sani welcoming the rescued children to Government House
  • Air Force knocks out terrorists enclaves near Lake Chad
  • Muonagors death unfortunate, says Actors Guild Enugu chapter
  • NFIU exposes financing channels of IPOB, terror groups
  • Akpabio urges IPU to wade in Gaza-Israeli conflict
  • Concerted efforts needed to ensure welfare of vulnerable groups
  • Tonto Dikeh laments being served beans in her dreams, lists preferable options
  • NDDC boss hails Tinubus directive on tackling Bayelsa coastal erosion
  • New cats thriving because of sacrifices of 2Baba, PSquare, DBanj, says Davido
  • PHOTOS: Rescued Kaduna pupils arrive Govt House
  • I had no money when I met my wife Davido
  • I have more to offer that will hurt my haters, Naira Marley
  • FULL LIST: 11 female CEOs of top banks in Nigeria
  • Cries in the heart of the Delta
  • Iyanya denies sleeping with X user before gifting her an iPhone
  • Its degrading, frustrating for man to be broke, says Deyemi Okanlawon
  • FULL LIST: Nigerian tax laws allegedly violated by Binance
  • JUST IN: Death toll hits seven in Bauchi Zakaat stampede
  • Barca legend Alves pays bail, to leave jail over rape case
  • BREAKING: Tinubu presides over FEC meeting
  • Binance executive escaped with smuggled passport, INTERPOL on the trail ONSA
  • If they steal the show, can Saraki make the art
  • Anambra midnight inferno destroys property worth millions of Naira
  • Fed Govt begins trial of man who accused Fashola of writing PEPCs judgments
  • PHOTOS: 34-year-old Nigerian US Naval officer, Aregbesola who died in Red Sea
  • CLO urges Tinubu to direct AGF to pay N1.1trn damages to Niger community over flooding
  • Fed Govt files charge against four accused of kidnapping UniAbuja lecturers, children
  • Gumi not involved in rescue of abducted Kaduna pupils Gov Sani
  • JUST IN: Edo CJ constitutes another panel to investigate Shaibu

THISDAY

  • FG: No Ransom Was Paid for Kaduna School Pupils Release
  • Skymax CEO Bags Nigerias Digital Economy Personality Award
  • LRS Excellence Awards 2024 Celebrated Industry Leaders in Glamour at Civic Center, Lagos
  • Kevwe Ogunje Premieres Disloyal on African Magic
  • IMBIL Boss, Ogunkoya Shines at 2024 Digital Economy Awards
  • Seasoned Business Development Expert; Abayomi Adewumi Launches STARTUP TO STARDOM Book to Guide African Entrepreneurs
  • HURIWA: Escape of Binance Executive Shows Nation Compromised By Corruption
  • NSA Office Confirms Escape of Binance Executive, Nadeem Anjarwalla
  • Open Letter to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu
  • Killing of Soldiers Has Nothing to Do With Engagement of Private Security Firms, Say Groups
  • DHQ Releases Pictures of Freed Kaduna Schoolchildren
  • Ozigbo: Soludos Performance in Anambra below Average, Ill Contest to Replace Him
  • EU, UNICEF to Enroll 500,000 Out-of-School Children in North-west Region
  • APC Chieftain Appeals to Tinubu to Intervene in Cooking Gas Price Hike
  • Obasanjo Lauds Ex-Aide for Building Hospital for Community
  • Kano Denies Spending N6bn on Ramadan Feeding
  • ALX Partners Enugu to Offer Free AI Course to 5,000 Youths
  • Made-By-Nigerians Setsfor Global Expansion
  • Open Letter to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu
  • K1 De Ultimate Speaks on Alleged Maltreatment of Band Member
  • Arewa Group Urges Northern Senators to Support Akpabio
  • Tsalt Unveils Infectious New Track Bizza Bizza, Set to Dominate the Airwaves
  • Tinubu: FG, States Collaboration Facilitated Release of Abducted Schoolchildren
  • In view of Nations Current Mood, President Calls off 72nd Birthday Activities on Friday
  • FGs Domestic Debt Service Gulped N4.38tn in 2023, Says DMO
  • Take Total Control of Solid Mineral Exploration in States, FG Urged
  • Health Minister Pate lists Factors Causing Mental Health Challenges
  • Suspended Enigie Drags Oba of Benin to Court
  • Palliatives: Official Negligence Led to Death of Two Nasarawa Varsity Students, Falana Alleges
  • PDP Sets Up Screening Committee for Ondo State Guber Election
  • Inflation, FX, Others Top Agenda as MPC Reconvenes Today, Analysts Predict Hold on Policy Instruments
  • Tahir: IOCs Divestment ll Impact Competitiveness, Investments in Nigerias Oil Industry
  • Echoes from Nigerias Aggressive Monetary Policy Tightening
  • CPS: PenCom Empowers Employees to Report Non-compliance
  • Export: Shippers Express Concerns over Inconsistent Exchange Rate
  • NASCON Allied Industries Grow Profit by 151% to N13.73bn, Declares Dividend
  • FirstBank Partners UN Women to Advance Investment, Growth
  • Mobereola: We Will Build Purpose-Driven NIMASA
  • Pan African Bank, Cybervergent Collaborate to Enhance Cybersecurity Resilience
  • Mastercard: Collaboration, Innovation Will Shape Nigerias Fintech Ecosystem
  • Battle for the Soul of Labour Party
  • Tinubus Statement, Final Blow to Ningis Padding Allegation on 2024 Budget
  • Tokunbo Abiru At 60: A Resounding Salute to an Exceptional Leader!
  • Super Eagles to Launch New Nike Jerseys against SAfrica in June
  • Rangers Win Oriental Derby with Heartland to Go Top of NPFL
  • Ondo Auto Rally 2024 Kicks off X-Kart in Ilara-Mokin
  • Kenyas Ebenyo Eager to Return to MakeOkpekpe Race History
  • Mali Send Warning Signal to Nigeria, Beat Mauritania 2-0
  • Ramadan feeding as gift of fish
  • The Morality Question

DAILY TRUST

  • NDLEA arrested 48,157 drug traffickers in 3 years Marwa
  • Economic saboteur, spa retreat, and the great escape
  • Edo CJ replaces 2 members of panel probing deputy gov
  • FG saved N300bn by redesigning 2nd Niger Bridge Umahi
  • FEC approves 10% appointments for youths
  • BDC gets 10k dollars from CBN, to sell at N1,269/$
  • Paris 2024 Olympics: Nigeria invite Ajibade, Oshoala, 20 others for South Africa clash
  • PHOTOS: Aregbesola, Nigerian-born US Naval Officer who Died in Red Sea
  • Kuriga: CNG Tasks Govt on Securing Vulnerable Communities
  • Insecurity: PRP chieftain laments over rising cases of abductions in Kaduna
  • Banditry: Security agencies invited Gumi for questioning FG
  • Why Passports Of My Band Members Were Seized, KWAM1 Breaks Silence
  • JUST IN: Rival concedes as 44-year-old Faye set to become youngest elected African President
  • PHOTOS: Kuriga Pupils arrive Kaduna Govt House
  • Kidnapped Kaduna schoolchildren rescued without ransom Education minister
  • Boy slumps, dies during fisticuffs in Kwara
  • Tinubu presides over 10th FEC meeting
  • Lagos taskforce impounds 470 motorcycles
  • Funding state police will be an issue Gov Sule
  • Zulum appoints 168 aides, 104 board members
  • France raises terror threat level to highest
  • Killing of soldiers: Set example with perpetrators -SEast Group urges FG
  • Death toll in Bauchi alms stampede rises to 7 Police
  • Activities resume as SSANU, NASU suspend warning strike
  • How detained Binance executive escaped NSA
  • 44-Year-Old Opposition Candidate Leading In Senegals Presidential Election
  • Court grants Kano Tik Toker Murja bail
  • Binance executive detained in Nigeria escapes
  • Unlocking the Power of PDF Word Counting: A Comprehensive Guide
  • After Daily Trust report, NDDC tackles ocean surge in Bayelsa community
  • Kidnappers of Edo PDP chairman demand N500m
  • Gunmen kill six farmers in Nasarawa community
  • Kaduna schoolchildren: Its not important if ransom was paid or not Gov Sani
  • FCT council chairmen handling teachers welfare with levity NUT chair
  • Kwara: Abducted Chinese regains freedom
  • Transport business better than prostitution, Kwara RTEAN boss counsels women
  • Fidau for late Kwara monarch holds Saturday
  • Police arrest man with firearms in Edo
  • 2 burnt to death on Abuja-Lokoja road
  • Group excited over dualization of Benin-Lokoja road
  • Alia suspends mining activities in Benue
  • How to make Nigerians patronise locally-made goods Oba of Benin
  • NDLEA rehabilitates 12 drug dependent persons in Edo
  • Police rescue 20 kidnapped victims in Edo
  • Man, 20, lands in court for allegedly stealing fufu, pot of soup
  • PHOTOS: El-Rufai holds fresh meeting with SDP Leaders
  • Mob kills suspected kidnapper in Edo
  • One killed, several cars destroyed in Kwara cult crisis
  • Housemaid who stabbed mistress to death in Ondo mentally deranged- Police
  • NDLEA busts cocaine, heroin syndicate in Abuja, arrests 4 kingpins
  • 9 killed, houses burnt in Plateau communal clash
  • FG Files Tax Evasion Charges Against Binance
  • Katsina Community Corps: It is better than nothing
  • AI technology revolutionising inclusive journalism
  • Wuse Market shooting: Punish perpetrators, pay compensation
  • Is the Minister of Works all talk no work
  • Firm launches independent power plants for small scale industries
  • OGHA wades into mine workers, truck owners conflict
  • Nigeria completes ICAO security audit, final report ready in 60 days

NEW TELEGRAPH

  • Three Arraigned In Ibadan For Alleged Abduction
  • My Father Didnt Know I Had A Studio In His House Davido
  • Henry Accused Of Downplaying Ronaldo Ferdinand
  • FG Budgets N37.4bn For Six Cancer Centres
  • Asake Reveals Breaking Up With Ex-Girlfriend After Stardom
  • Portable Reacts As Bobrisky Bagged Best-Dressed Female Award
  • I Was Not In Kogi During Governorship Election, SDPs Witness Tells Tribunal
  • I Brought Down Dollars With My Power Odumeje
  • Shettima Lauds First Biodiesel Plant In Calabar
  • Who: 70% Of TB Cases In Africa Diagnosed, Treated
  • Ekiti PDP Restrategises,To Bounce Back In Governance
  • Guber Aspirant Tackles APC Elders Committee On Screening
  • FG Sets Up Infrastructure Fund Minister
  • Cross River Plans Energy Summit To Boost Economy
  • Transcorp Engages GCFO
  • Firms Picks Chairman
  • Aveva Names Director
  • Fintech Firm Appoints Chairman, Director
  • Heirs Insurance Launches User-friendly Website For Stakeholders
  • Zenith General Partners Media On Sector Devt, Pays N5bn Claims
  • AFDB Boss Commends Us Over Infrastructure Development Initiative
  • Stanbic IBTC Unveils Enhanced App For Business Owners
  • Sterling One Foundation, NGX, Partners Champion Gender Equality Bell Ringing Ceremony
  • MPC: Analysts Divided On Rate Hike
  • Kwara Govt Lauded On Food Palliative Distribution To Students
  • Alleged Involuntary Manslaughter: Medical Doctors Arraigned
  • 2026: Crisis In Ekiti PDP As Chieftains Trade Words Over Political Ambition
  • Enugu SUBEB Boss Debunks Dismissal Of Teachers
  • Works Ministry Saves 300bn On Road Design
  • Idahosa Urges Support For Benin Monarch
  • EKSU 28th Convocation: Adeboye, Alakija, Others Bag Honourary Degrees
  • Irish Mixers Club 3: Nigeria, Irish Celebrate Art Of Mixology
  • Eba Reveals How APC Good Performances Killed Opposition In CRiver
  • IWD: Capital Express, Adheri Empower Women With Life Assurance Coverage
  • Okuama Killing: No Asylum For Killers Of Officers, Soldiers In Our Kingdoms Delta Monarchs
  • I Met Chioma Before I Had Money Davido
  • Were Enjoying What Dbanj, P-Square, 2Face Sacrificed For Us Davido
  • Rachel: Demanding DNA Test Should Be Criminal Offense
  • Ex-Imo Deputy Gov Hails Ihedioha @59
  • Group Hails Uzodinma Over Appointment Of Aides
  • Okuama Killing: No Asylum For Killers Of Officers, Soldiers In Our Kingdoms Delta Monarchs
  • FHQ: Well Deny Our Mens Killers Peace
  • We Had Sleepless Nights Waiting For Our Children Kuriga Parent Laments
  • Local Production: FG Bans Importation Of Needles, Syringes
  • Veteran Actor, Amaechi Muonagor, Dies At 61
  • Reps Intervene In Enugu Community Land Dispute
  • Court Restrains NULGE From Deducting Salary Of Akwa Ibom Council Staff
  • Guarding Against Fraudulent Vehicle Insurance Documents
  • Lalong Condemns Violent Clash In Mikang
  • Edo CJ Constitutes Another 7-Member Panel To Investigate Allegations Against Shaibu
  • Prerogative Of Mercy: 96 Prison Inmates Freed In Bauchi
  • 1,000 To Undergo Free Glaucoma Test In Anambra
  • Hajj T.Fare Hike: Tinubu Should Save 2024 Pilgrimage CSO
  • Adaora Umeoji: Zeniths Golden Girl Ascends Lenders Top Job
  • Court Remands 2 Bizmen In Prison For Dealing In Fake Hair Attachment
  • IWD: Law Firm Advocates Gender Responsiveness, Flexibility At Workplace
  • LCCI Lauds FG On Cut Of Governance, Public Officials Foreign Trips Reduction
  • Senate Hails Army, Security Agencies Over Rescue Of Kuriga Pupils
  • FG To Earn N800bn From Ship Pollution Charges

TRIBUNE

  • Kuriga schoolchildren: Military hands over 131 students to Gov Sani
  • Ondo 2024: Assembly Speaker, 12 other lawmakers storm APC secretariat
  • Ekiti: Man steals suit jacket, bags four months in jail
  • Hardship: Jigawa central mosque distributes 30,000 bags of rice
  • Why I’m not throwing birthday party at 60 ‘ Senator Abiru
  • Gov Makinde turns sod for NUJ Ultra-modern mall construction
  • Chief Opuh emerges Oshiri community monarch in Ebonyi
  • Presidency lauds foreign service for inaugurating academy in Nigeria
  • FG doles out N7.8m to 13 civil servants for winning innovation contest
  • NPA boss begins working week on Tin-Can Port access road
  • No ransom paid for Kaduna school children release ‘ FG
  • Group condemns arrest of Benue Assembly member
  • Kidnapping: Northern Coalition tasks govt to secure vulnerable communities
  • Lagos deputy gov, cleric task Nigerians on nation-building
  • Ajaka commends FG, NSA over rescue of Kaduna schoolchildren
  • Ex-Osun military gov, Ajiborisha, joins struggle for rebirth of Lagos
  • Ex-Tourism minister urges FG to adopt Carnival Calabar as national event
  • Bauchi students laud Senator Buba over JAMB registration fees payment
  • Nutrition International, FAce-PAM presents items to DMSMA
  • International Women’s Day 2024: MANI inspires inclusion
  • Peter Obi visits Kebbi, calls for more investment in agriculture
  • Your commitment to human development topnotch, MADE Foundation eulogise chairman on birth anniversary
  • Falana demands prosecution of culprits in Nasarawa varsity students’ death
  • Nigeria Meter Access Fund hits N30bn in March 2024
  • Oyo enjoins FG to pay derivation fund to solid minerals-bearing states
  • Sterling One Foundation, NGX Partner on Gender Equality Bell Ringing Ceremony
  • First Bank Launches Fourth Digital Xperience Centre in Lagos for Improved Service Delivery
  • Banks borrow N266.8bn from CBN as system liquidity closed lower
  • Nigerian Tribune News Highlight
  • Expert advocates leveraging technology for water resource development
  • Form A’ applicants to submit three-year tax clearance certificates ‘Banks
  • NDIC, EFCC strengthen partnership to curb financial crimes in banking sector
  • Moscow concert attack: Russian court charges suspects with terrorism
  • Further tightening on the cards as MPC meets
  • Zenith General settled N5bn claims in 2023, partners NAIPE
  • Insurance firms exit ‘uninsurable’ climate risks
  • Universal Insurance, Insurfeel Initiative donate school fees protection covers to students
  • Murder and vengeance in Okuama
  • Heirs Insurance Group unveils user-friendly website
  • Global money week: CBN boosting financial literacy, resilience
  • 2024 Hajj: Why we increased fresh registrations to over N8m ‘ NAHCON
  • 12 states apply for electricity regulatory commission
  • Nigeria’s impressive African Games outing
  • 39 inspiring quotes by thinkUP KEEP HOPE ALIVE
  • Why you must never give up
  • Resourceful Non-Executive Director
  • Ibadan kingmakers may meet to ratify Olakulehin as next Olubadan tomorrow
  • Japa: 7 necessary skills you should learn before relocating
  • Nollywood veteran Amaechi Muonagor dies after battle with kidney disease
  • Tinubu cancels 72nd birthday celebration
  • Kaduna govt to receive 137 rescued Kuriga schoolchildren ‘ DHQ
  • Five ways to cut onions without crying
  • Top 6 highest paying jobs in Africa in 2024
  • 2024: Ten interesting Palm Sunday traditions around the world
  • NCSCN commends FG, Customs new rule on Improperly imported vehicles
  • WIEN lauds Tinubu on Oil and Gas Companies Order 2024
  • Abductors of Edo PDP Chairman contact family, demand N500m ransom
  • CUPP blames governors for insecurity
  • Parliamentary diplomacy critical to world peace ‘ Akpabio

BLUEPRINT

  • Bandits set 2 military, CPG vehicles ablaze in Zamfara
  • Breaking: FG summons Sheikh Gumi
  • NSA confirms escape of Binance top official from custody
  • Detention of Binance executives: Separating fact from fiction
  • Lassa fever outbreak: Ebonyi records 45 cases, 23 deaths
  • Pastor charges members 999 to learn sign & wonders online
  • No ransom paid to secure release of Kuriga school children FG
  • El-Rufai holds fresh meeting with SDP, APC leaders
  • Breaking: Kaduna governor receives Kuriga school children inside government house
  • Rape: Dani Alves pays 1m bail, to leave Spanish jail
  • Death toll rises to 7 in Bauchi stampede
  • Governor Zulum appoints 168 aides, 104 board members
  • What led to stampede at Nasarawa state university Official
  • Trade grants: FG tells applicants what to do
  • Breaking: FG files tax evasion charges against Binance
  • Kuriga children rescue: Why Nigerians should eschew sentiments, shun hatred Ajaka
  • Osun inaugurates committee on cyber bully law
  • WAEC: Yormah emerges new council chairman
  • Full list of AMVCA 2024 nomination
  • At last, Kaduna government reveals how school children terrorists kidnapped in Kuriga
  • Again, Wike boasts on winning election in Rivers
  • USA are CONCACAF Nations League champions
  • Kano vows to support FG in fight against banditry
  • Agric, panacea to Nigerias economic woes Peter Obi
  • Katsina: Terrorists kill father, abduct wife, daughter during Ramadan prayers
  • Navigating the task of building new Awka township city
  • To be a Nigerian
  • Nnamdi Kanu: Tinubu should emulate YarAdua
  • Greenfield University as partner in nation-building
  • Unleashing Africas potential
  • Will state police be involved in elections
  • Breaking: Another veteran nollywood actor is dead
  • 2026 guber: PDP strategises to reclaim Ekiti, holds unity meeting
  • Investigate Ningis allegations on 2024 budget, Australia-based Nigerian tells FG, NASS
  • Give Tinubu more time to reposition Nigeria, Afenifere chieftain urges Nigerians
  • Oba of Benin bemoans influx of fake imported goods in Nigeria
  • Nigerias public debt rises to N97.341trn in Dec 2023
  • NDIC, EFCC strengthen partnership to curb financial crimes in banking sector
  • Nigerians lament as rising cost of food items, servicespersists
  • Kaduna Electric clarifies partnershipwith Kebbi government
  • MTN loses 7.2m active subscriptions to NIN-SIM linkage enforcement
  • NCSCN lauds FG, Customs over90-day widow for vehicles import duties regularisation
  • Embrace education, Anambra deputy speaker, young aspiring sports stars
  • EnuguRangers to build museum to preserve history Ezeaku
  • Super Eagles launch new Nike kits for World Cup showdown in June
  • Super Eagles to face Mali in Marrakesh *See kick-off time
  • Parent speaks up after Kuriga childrens rescue as200-man IGP squad arrives Kaduna
  • 66 buried, 44 kidnapped in Niger attacks Investigation
  • Tinubu to Nigerians: No celebrations, Ill dedicate my birthday to nation building

PEOPLES DAILY

  • 287 abducted Kaduna schoolchildren regain freedom
  • Declaring Ekpa wanted is irresponsible ‘ Biafra Republic
  • Declaring Simon Ekpa wanted sessionist won’t stop Biafra Independence declaration in 2024- BRGIE
  • Palm Sunday: Apostle Momo Admonishes Christians To Imbibe Spirit Of Sacrifice
  • Declaring Simon Ekpa wanted sessionist won’t stop Biafra Independence declaration in 2024- BRGIE
  • Presidential aide: FG will de-risk power sector to address liquidity issues, attract investors
  • Bukayo Saka injury: Arsenal winger withdraws from England squad for Brazil and Belgium friendlies

DAILY INDEPENDENT

  • Cooking Gas Price Hike: APC Chieftain Appeals For Tinubu’s Intervention
  • RIVERS: Police Gun Down Wanted Cult Leader In Shootout
  • Rivers Chief Judge Releases 24 Inmates Awaiting Trial
  • FG Inaugurates National Ginger Blight Epidemic Control Taskforce
  • No Hiding Place For Binance Director, Anjarwalla ‘ FG
  • Proposed LP National Convention Should Be Cancelled ‘ LPPMC
  • Kuriga Rescue: Ajaka Hail Tinubu, Sani, NSA, Others For Successful Operation
  • Interswitch Set To Host Landmark Energy Summit To Boost Oil And Gas Industry
  • HEDA Tasks Tinubu On Resuscitating FIIRO To Ensure Maximum Productivity
  • Alleged False Media Attack: Sanwo-Olu’s Aide Demands Retraction
  • Alpha-Geek Boss Ranks Among Top 50 Digital Economy Enablers 2024
  • Dr Krish Named Top 50 Most Valuable Personalities In Nigeria’s Digital Economy
  • Russia Terror Attack: Olawepo-Hashim Charges Putin On Global Peace
  • Adeboye, Adeniyi, Others To Bag EKSU HonoraryDoctorate
  • Ondo Guber: State Lawmakers File Behind Aiyedatiwa
  • We Didn’t Pay Ransom To Rescue Kidnapped Kaduna School Childrenn- FG
  • Edo Guber: INEC, PLAC Make Case For Persons With Disabilities
  • Alleged Land Grabbing: Group Seeks Removal Of Oyo Traditional Ruler
  • Kebbi To Abolish Underage Almajiri Street Begging
  • Fubara Decorates His ADC, CC With New Ranks
  • Bade/Jakusko Lawmaker Distributes Palliatives To Constituents In Yobe
  • Group Lauds FG, Customs’ Plan To Cancel 25% Penalty On Imported Vehicles
  • Hardship: Bauchi Students Laud Senator Buba For Payment Of JAMB Registration Fees
  • Zungeru Dam: CLO Asks Tinubu To Direct Payment Of N1.1trn To Samboro Community
  • EV Taxi Introduces Electric Fleet In Nigeria
  • Evaluation Committee Crucial To Success Of 10th N’Assembly
  • Elerewe Vacant Stool: Family Petitions Aiyedatiwa, Seeks Suspension Of Nomination Approval
  • Edo Chief Judge Constitutes Seven Member -Impeachment Panel On Shaibu
  • Innovation Competition: FG Doles Out N7.8m To Civil Servants
  • CIBN inducts 485 New Members, Expresses Readiness To Build School Of Banking
  • Oyo PHC Embraces Digital Transition As Govt Distributes Laptops, Refurbished Ambulances To LGs
  • New Director Of Naval Information Takes Over Duty
  • Ambrose Alli Varsity ASUU Bickers Over Continuous Stay Of SIT In Ekpoma, Calls For Immediate Proscription
  • NSA Confirms Binance Executive’s Escapes From Custody
  • Terror Attack: Olawepo-Hashim Writes Putin, Stresses Need To Strengthen Global Peace
  • Unizik Business School Begins Training Of Leadership, Management Professionals
  • CNG Lauds Release Of Kuriga Pupils, Tasks Govt On Securing Vulnerable Communities
  • Hon. Ginger Onwusibe To Empower Constituents Through MOUAU Agricbusiness Centre
  • Corruption Allegation: Group Calls For Abure’s Arrest, Prosecution
  • Traders Count Losses As Midnight Fire Razes Onitsha Market
  • The Future Of Urban Development: Smart Homes And Nigeria’s Growth
  • Killing Of Soldiers: Set Example With Perpetrators, S’East Group Urges FG
  • Russia Casts Doubt On Islamic State Responsibility For Concert Attack
  • U.S Educational And Cultural Exchanges Drive Inclusive Economic Growth
  • Effective Early Warning System Could Boost Food Security In Nigeria ‘ Anosike
  • NDDC To Tackle Bayelsa Community Erosion Scourge With Modern Technology
  • Opradar Japan Appoints Asije Trade Information, Engagement Representative For Africa
  • Russia Would Be ‘Cynical’ To Blame Moscow Attack On Ukraine, Macron Says
  • Israel Kills Dozens In Gaza Attacks ‘ Palestinian Medics
  • Binance In Nigeria: From Tax Evasion To Attempted Evasion Of Justice
  • Five Suspects Arrested Over Murder Of Six Policemen In Delta
  • HURIWA To Akpabio: Make NYSC’s Trust Fund Your Legacy Project
  • Enugu SUBEB Boss Refutes Unjust Dismissal Of Teachers, Says Board Won’t Condone Misconduct, Truancy
  • FG To Prohibit Importation Of Syringes
  • Russia Steps Up Bombardment Of Ukraine’s Capital
  • Trump To Appear In NYC Court For ‘Hush Money’ Case
  • Open Grazing: Delta Assembly Will Ensure Herders’ Compliance ‘ Deputy Speaker
  • OGSHC Serves Contravention Notice To Illegal Occupants Of Ikangba Estate
  • Heirs Insurance Group Launches New Website

LEADERSHIP

  • Federal Gov’t Approves 2% Youth Quota, Restructures Investment Fund
  • CLO Asks Federal Gov’t To Pay Niger Community N1.1trn Judgement Debt
  • Dania Vows To Drive Innovation In Nigeria’s Digital Economy
  • I Wasn’t In Kogi During Gov’ship Election, SDP’s Star Witness Tells Tribunal
  • 1 Dies During Fisticuffs In Kwara As Suspect Flees
  • Commuters Stranded As Students Protest State Of Ekiti Road
  • Tinubu Approves Renewed Hope Infrastructure Development Fund
  • Police Recruitment: Applicants Set For Medical Screening April 16
  • Pastor Adeboye, Alakija To Get EKSU Honourary Degrees
  • Senegal’s Amadou Ba Concedes Defeat, Congratulates Opposition Candidate, Bassirou Faye
  • BREAKING: Federal Gov’t Invites Gumi For Questioning Over Kidnapping
  • Man Escapes Lynching Over Alleged Theft Of Goats In Akwa Ibom
  • Nasarawa APC Vows To Move Against Moles Within Party
  • UNDP’s Future Weather Forecasts Disrupt Global TV
  • NAF Hits Terrorists’ Hideouts In Lake Chad, Kills Scores
  • UNDP’s Shocking Future Weather Forecasts Disrupt Global TV
  • UN Security Council Demands Ceasefire, Release Of Hostages In Gaza
  • Ukraine Reacts To Terror Attack In Moscow Suburbs
  • Controversial Kano TikToker, Murja Kunya, Granted N.5m Bail
  • Federal Gov’t Reveals How Firm Lured Ministers With Women Over $6bn Mambilla Power project
  • Ranganath Named Among ‘Top 50 Most Valuable Personalities’ In Nigeria’s Digital Economy
  • No Ransom Paid For Kaduna Schoolchildren’s Release ‘ Federal Gov’t
  • Be Transparent On Kaduna Schoolchildren Rescue Operation, WACOL Director Tells Army
  • JUST-IN: Rescued 137 Schoolchildren Arrive Kaduna Gov’t House Amid Tight Security
  • UN Pledges Support To NDLEA In Tackling Drug Abuse, Trafficking
  • Federal Gov’t To Establish 6 New Cancer Centres In 2 Years
  • Zulum Appoints 272 Aides, Board Members
  • Akpabio Seeks IPU’s Voice In Ending Gaza-Israeli Conflict
  • PICTORIAL: 1 Dead, Others Injured As Suspected Cultists Clash In Kwara
  • Go Africa Dot Radio Expands Entertainment Platform With Launch Of TV Channel
  • BREAKING: NSA Confirms Escape Of Binance Executive, Says Officials Responsible Arrested
  • Presidential Poll: Senegal’s Opposition Candidate, Bassirou Faye Leading Votes Count
  • 60,000 Refugees Urgently Need Intervention In Cross River ‘ Red Cross
  • Nollywood Star Dayo Amusa Criticizes ‘Best Dressed Female’ Award To Bobrisky
  • Death Toll Rises To 7 In Sunday Bauchi Stampede
  • AUN Receives $100,000 Grant From Afreximbank For Agric Dev’t
  • 2024 Hajj Fare Rises To N6.8m Amid Forex Crisis
  • Federal Govt Approves Redesignation Of Information Cadre Officer
  • Shun Social Vices, Rector Advises Students
  • Prof. Mfon Lauds Indigenous Gas Firm Over CNG Plant Project In Delta
  • Expert Tasks Industries To Prioritise Skill Mastery For Maximum Growth
  • JUST-IN: Federal Gov’t Files Tax Evasion Charges Against Binance
  • Okpebholo Applauds Tinubu Over 6-month Target To Fix Benin-Okene Road
  • Detained Binance Executive ‘Escapes’ From Custody After Observing Ramadan Prayer
  • 34-yr-old Sailor, Aregbesola, Dies After Falling Off US Warship In Red Sea
  • Osun Gets Action Committee On Cybercrimes
  • Stakeholders Seek Budget To Address Needs Of Vulnerable
  • Delta Monarchs Promise To Help Apprehend Soldiers’ Killers
  • NAPTIP Alerts On New Tricks By Human Traffickers
  • Ministry, BON To Combat Rail Infrastructure Vandalism
  • NEMA To Distribute Food From KSrelief To 5,606 Beneficiaries
  • Nigerian Lawmakers Inaugurated As Pan African Parliament Members
  • Federal Govt, NSIA Earmark N38bn For Cancer Equipment In 6 Hospitals
  • 149 Die Of TB, 7,000 Infected In Cross River
  • Bauchi Govt Denies Spending N5bn On Foodstuff, Refreshment
  • Archbishop Ndagoso Tasks Tinubu, Govs On Made-in-Nigeria Cars
  • Insecurity: IGP’s Special Police Squad Arrives In Kaduna
  • Teenager Who Stabs Aunt To Death In Ondo Mentally Ill ‘ Police
  • Families Of Deceased Firefighters Get Support From Group

SPORTS

  • 2024 NFL Free Agents Who Signed With the Wrong Team – Bleacher Report
  • 4 Fights We Need to See After UFC on ESPN 53 – Bleacher Report
  • 4 Predictions For WWE WrestleMania 40 and Updated Match Card – Bleacher Report
  • 5 key talking points ahead of England’s friendly clash with Belgium – Yahoo
  • 5 Offseason Trade Landing Spots for Senators Defenseman Jakob Chychrun – Bleacher Report
  • 76ers’ Nurse on James Harden Trade: ‘I Don’t Know If Anybody Is Even Mad Anymore – Bleacher Report
  • African Games: Enoh promises swift preparations for Egypt 2027 – Punch
  • African Games: Ese Brume wins gold as Nigeria bags 97th medal – The Cable
  • African Games: Nigeria wins 8 gold medals in boxing in one day – The Cable
  • Akwa United, Rangers win away as Bayelsa hold Lobi Stars in Lafia – Daily Trust
  • American Malnati snaps nine-year PGA drought with Valspar win – Yahoo
  • Andy Murray bids emotional farewell to ‘tennis home’ after Miami Open heartbreak – Yahoo
  • Andy Murray goes down fighting as red mist descends in Miami defeat – Yahoo
  • Andy Murray left frustrated after crashing out of Miami Open – Yahoo
  • Angel Reese, Mulkey’s LSU Dazzle WCBB Fans with Strong Finish in Middle Tennessee Win – Bleacher Report
  • Another Challenge Cup victory for Wire women’s team – Yahoo
  • Another slow start moves Watford Women nearer to the drop – Yahoo
  • Anthony Gordon cannot wait to play for England again after debut versus Brazil – Yahoo
  • Arsenal leave it late to stay in Champions League driving seat – Yahoo
  • Ashley Cole inducted into Premier League Hall of Fame for Arsenal and Chelsea exploits – Yahoo
  • B/R AM: The Cinderellas Are Dead – Bleacher Report
  • Babajide relishes Tenerife resurgent win – Punch
  • Bassey out of Mali friendly – Punch
  • Bassmaster Classic 2024: Winner, Final Weigh-in Results and Leaderboard – Bleacher Report
  • Bayern Munich handed key boost ahead of Champions League clash with Arsenal – Yahoo
  • Bayern’s Kane in frame for Dortmund after return to individual training – Yahoo
  • Bears’ Poles ‘Surprised’ Justin Fields Trade Market Was So Small Before Steelers Deal – Bleacher Report
  • Bears’ Poles Talks Justin Fields Trade and Caleb Williams’ Teammates Loving USC QB – Bleacher Report
  • Bears’ Team Needs to Fill in 2024 NFL Draft – Bleacher Report
  • Bembridge Sailing Club’s Spring Plate battle – Yahoo
  • Bob Wilson: Life is a struggle right now ‘ but Arsenal and Sir Alex Ferguson have been brilliant – Yahoo
  • Bolton Wanderers set ambitious promotion targets for relaunched women’s team – Yahoo
  • Brandon Aiyuk Trade Rumors Denied by 49ers’ John Lynch Amid Contract Negotiations – Bleacher Report
  • Bromley boss blasts performance after slipping to York City defeat – Yahoo
  • Broughton on commitment to Rovers role and contact with owners – Yahoo
  • Browns’ Team Needs to Fill in 2024 NFL Draft – Bleacher Report
  • Bukayo Saka injury: Arsenal winger withdraws from England squad for Brazil and Belgium friendlies – Peoples Daily
  • Burnley goalkeeper James Trafford added to England squad – Yahoo
  • Carlisle United boss on McGeouch’s impact on Blues midfield – Yahoo
  • Carrick excited by ‘dangerous’ Middlesbrough signing who has set two clear goals – Yahoo
  • Challenge accepted as Wire reserves pick up first league win of 2024 – Yahoo
  • Challenge Cup quarter-final draw details and when ties will be played – Yahoo
  • Chargers’ Harbaugh on Keenan Allen Trade: Bears WR Gets $23M, ‘Who’s Got It Better – Bleacher Report
  • Chelsea are queens of the WSL run-in but pitfalls lie in wait – Yahoo
  • Chelsea Fan Advisory Board hit back at ‘attacks and campaigns’ from angry supporters – Yahoo
  • Chelsea fans in civil war as Fan Advisory Board accuse Supporters’ Trust of seeking ‘chaos and division – Yahoo
  • Chelsea handed huge Cole Palmer injury boost after England training return – Yahoo
  • Chelsea handed Malo Gusto fitness boost but Mauricio Pochettino has Enzo Fernandez concern – Yahoo
  • Chelsea injury update: Cole Palmer, Malo Gusto, Christopher Nkunku latest news and return dates – Yahoo
  • Chelsea keen on Osimhen – Punch
  • China skipper makes retirement U-turn with World Cup hopes in balance – Yahoo
  • Clogher beaten by Midleton thanks to late penalty – Yahoo
  • Cody Rhodes vs. Rock Coming Soon, Likely WrestleMania 40 Additions, More Quick Takes – Bleacher Report
  • Cody Williams Scouting Report: Pro Comps and Predictions for 2024 NBA Draft Prospect – Bleacher Report
  • Cokanasiga’s Bath resurgence sparked by England snub, claims Van Graan – Yahoo
  • Connor Roberts hopes ‘power of the tash’ helps fire Wales to Euro 2024 – Yahoo
  • Conor Gallagher confident new Chelsea role can help Euro 2024 dream with England – Yahoo
  • Cowboys’ Jerry Jones ‘Absolutely’ Expects NFL to Change Rule to Ban Hip-Drop Tackles – Bleacher Report
  • Cowboys’ Jerry Jones: Dak Prescott is Among NFL QBs Who Can Win Super Bowl – Bleacher Report

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