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Read March 3 Headlines from Nigeria’s Major Newspapers. Headline from Nigerian Newspapers like the Nation, Vanguard, Punch, Leadership, Telegraph, Trubune and others.

NATION NEWSPAPER

*Burnt police stations remain in ruins
*Senator’s empowerment programme excites constituents
*How mediocrity, greed ruin the nation
*Mapoly holds retreat, training
*How businessman evacuated 200 trapped children from Ebonyi ‘war’ zone
*Nigerian-German production Ghosting for premiere
*How traditional birth attendants reduce maternal deaths in IDP camps (I)
*Family of 14-year-old detainee petitions National Assembly, PSC, IGP
*Gunmen kill Suswam’s brother, aide
*Zamfara mining ban, a double-edged sword, says Yoruba Ronu
*Aiteo demands banks appearance in ‘oil theft’ case
*Freed 279 Zamfara pupils: they threatened to kill, eat us
*Panic in Kwara over herders’ relocation from Oyo to 13 villages
*PDP rattled by gale of defections

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*Buhari orders crackdown on bandits, kidnappers, others
*A season of migration to APC
*CBN to phase out $40b OMO Bills market
*COVID-19 vaccination begins in Abuja Friday
*Politics of defection
*NLC threatens protest over plan to remove minimum wage from Exclusive List
*APC registers 12million members
*Sowore in court with ‘strange bodyguard’
*Fire at Army headquarters complex in Abuja
*Wike, Fintiri reconcile Ortom, Mohammed in Rivers
*Reps consider Bill for treating gunshot victims
*Yakubu: polling units located in forests, shrines
**Some  Institutions’ officials mobilising fake graduates for NYSC*
*PFN, Oyedepo, others eulogise Adeboye at 79

LEADERSHIP NEWSPAPER

*Nigerians Have Lost N18bn To Ponzi Schemes – SEC
*Fuel Hoarding: DPR Threatens To Shut Down Erring Filling Stations
*Bandits Asked Us To Marry Them, Be Their English Teachers
*CBN Unveils Rice Pyramids In Kebbi
*FG Takes Delivery Of 3.9m Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccines
*Insurance Bill To Save Insurers N48bn Annual
*Court Asked To Nationalise Shell Petroleum
*Lagos Seals Project Sites For Contravening Building Regulation Laws
*Farmers Count Losses As Fire Ravages Farmlands In Ekiti
*COVID-19: Ekiti Grade Levels 02-12 Workers To Resume Work On Monday
*e-Call Up System For Trucks’ll End Traffic Congestions Around Ports – Hadiza Bala-Usman
*Another Blasted Kidnapping Fulani Herdsman
*Saraki, PDP Top Echelon Visit Obasanjo, Rally Supports For PMB On Insecurity
*Continuous Attack On Benue Farmers, Threat To Food Security- -BATJ

DAILY TRUST NEWSPAPER

*FG Commissions Facilities At Katsina FMC
*Start Agric Revolution Now, Bode George, Gen Olanrewaju Tell Sanwo-Olu
*Motorcycle Thief Burnt To Death In Kano
*Sacked Ganduje’s Aide Speaks After Regaining Freedom From DSS
*ACF Asks Union To Lift Ban On South-Bound Food
*How To Protect Yourself From Unsafe Websites
*2023: What We Discussed With Obasanjo — Saraki
*Postponement Of Zonal Congresses Unsettles PDP Stakeholders
*Convention: APC Inaugurates Constitution Review Committee
*INEC Seeks N/Assembly’s Support To Create More Polling Units
*Ponzi Schemes Threat To Investors — SEC
*Nigeria Records 5,615MW Peak Electricity
*NERC To Harmonise Power Metering Schemes
*Reps Seek Direct Debiting For MDAs’ Utility Bills
*FCT Minister Orders AEPB To Sanitise Pedestrian Bridges
*Nasarawa To Upgrade Nursing School
*COVID-19: FCTA To Maintain Quality Teaching, Learning
*Keffi Old Boys Renovate Classrooms, Offices
**…2 Remanded Over Rape In Ekiti

VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

*Non-payment of utility bills: Reps push for direct deductions from MDAs accounts
*Nigeria yet to domesticate over 95% of treaties, protocols — Reps
*Reps to FG: Rescue Pastor Yikura from Boko Haram captivity before March 4 deadline
*Nigerians must fight the anti-terrorism war as one
*NSCDC arrests 50 over pipeline vandalism in Imo
*Again, three students kidnapped in Katsina
*World leaders congratulate Gorbachev on 90th birthday
*Reps move to domesticate laws on treaties, agreements, conventions, others
*Convention: APC sets up constitution review committee
*ACF expresses concern over stoppage of food supply to South
*SDG: Bill to establish development fund passes second reading in House of Reps
*Five injured in fresh attack on Fulani settlement in Oyo village
*Kwara, Oyo meet on security, economic issues
*Petrol scarcity persists as DPR threatens to sanction marketers

PUNCH NEWSPAPER

*States gear up as Nigeria gets 3.9 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine
*Social media as ‘Big Brother’
*Experts advise Nigerians on regular check-ups
*Six bills will reform health sector, says Gbajabiamila
*Adesina’s imperative of economic restructuring
*Pakistan as defender of minority rights!
*Ekiti fences public schools to prevent abduction
*Military, B’Haram battle for control of Borno community
*Victims lament as oil spill ravages Rivers farmlands, fish ponds
*I was made to swear on oath by Orji Kalu’s brother – Abaribe
*Gale of defections: Matters arising
*Insecurity, number one economic challenge facing Nigeria, others – AfDB
*Athletes top priority for COVID-19 vaccine – NOC
*Petrol scarcity persists, transport fares rise by 100%
*Eight players fail MRI tests in Eaglets camp
*Aruna battles Indian star in WTT main draw
*FG approves Warri airport reopening for daylight operations
*Ugwuanyi, others for South-East athletics competition
*Reps move to restrict FG on loans, agreements, others
*A govt that loves cows more than its citizens
*LASTMA blames commuters for Keke, Okada menace
*UK risks £27bn loss over delayed international travels – Report
*Fighting the war on COVID-19 spread in Africa
*Suspected herdsmen kill woman returning from stream in Ogun
*Wike, Fintiri reconcile Ortom, Mohammed in Rivers
*Court orders probe of KAROTA boss for rights abuses, bribery
*Three million Nigerians lost N18bn to Ponzi schemes – SEC
*Auto dealers battle forex challenge, duty reduction worries manufacturers
* ‘Repair Gbogan-Ode Omu-Osogbo road’
*Experts advise Nigerians on regular check-ups
*Six bills will reform health sector, says Gbajabiamila
*Adesina’s imperative of economic restructuring
*Pakistan as defender of minority rights!
*Ekiti fences public schools to prevent abduction

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*Military, B’Haram battle for control of Borno community
*Victims lament as oil spill ravages Rivers farmlands, fish ponds
*I was made to swear on oath by Orji Kalu’s brother – Abaribe
*EFCC deepens Tinubu probe, demands asset declaration form from CCB
*Gale of defections: Matters arising
*Insecurity, number one economic challenge facing Nigeria, others – AfDB
*Athletes top priority for COVID-19 vaccine – NOC
*Eight players fail MRI tests in Eaglets camp
*Aruna battles Indian star in WTT main draw
*FG approves Warri airport reopening for daylight operations
*Ugwuanyi, others for South-East athletics competition
*Reps move to restrict FG on loans, agreements, others
*A govt that loves cows more than its citizens
*LASTMA blames commuters for Keke, Okada menace
*UK risks £27bn loss over delayed international travels – Report
*Fighting the war on COVID-19 spread in Africa
*Suspected herdsmen kill woman returning from stream in Ogun
*Court orders probe of KAROTA boss for rights abuses, bribery
*Three million Nigerians lost N18bn to Ponzi schemes – SEC
*TCN achieves 5,801.6MW peak power transmission
*Auto dealers battle forex challenge, duty reduction worries manufacturers
*‘Repair Gbogan-Ode Omu-Osogbo road’
*Uzodimma’s vendetta mission against Okorocha meant to distract Imo people –Ex-gov’s loyalist, Ibekwe
*NURTW, RTEAN activities’ suspension for two weeks – Akeredolu
*Hospital restates commitment to providing quality care
*Uzodimma is only after Imo people’s property illegally acquired by Okorocha – Gov’s aide, Nwamkpa
*Osun to prosecute man for sleeping with underage daughter
*Hisbah nabs two men for sending pornographic materials to Kano housewife
*Africa Prudential appoints new director
*FCMB director steps down from board
*Buhari asks Senate to confirm Shaba NASRDA DG
*Assembly demands resumption of international flights in Kano

THISDAY NEWSPAPER

*Military: Borno Town, Dikwa, Retaken from Boko Haram
*Nigeria Needs to Boost Food Reserves, Says Emefiele
*With Arrival of COVID-19 Vaccines, FG Steps up Vaccination Campaign
*Senate Concurs with House, Confirms Service Chiefs’ Appointments
*FG, China Finalise Financing Negotiations for Katsina-Maradi Rail Line, Others
*SEC Raises the Alarm over Rise in Ponzi Schemes
*UK Nominates Nigerian Lawyer, Akande, for UN Law Commission
*NLC Plans Protest over Bid to Decentralise Minimum Wage Negotiation
*Bandits Kill Six in Multiple Attacks on Kaduna Communities
*NDLEA Recovers 27 Rifles in Niger, Destroys 5 Hectares of Cannabis…
*US, UK, EU, Germany, India Hail Arrival of Vaccines
*More Nigerians At Risk of COVID-19 Infection, Tomori Warns
*Gunmen Assassinate Suswam’s Brother
*398 Firms Bid to Evaluate Assets Forfeited to FG
*PIB: 2.5% Fund for Host Communities Not Acceptable, Says Diri
*Barkindo: Oil Market Outlook Remains Positive
*Fuel Queues: We’ve Enough Petrol to Last for 40 Days, Says…
*House Urges FG to Secure Release of Pastor Yikura from Boko…
*ENDING INSECURITY IN THE NORTH
*LAWLESSNESS WRIT LARGE
*THE NORTH AND SPECTRE OF INSECURITY
*BATTLING CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA
*Firm Set to Organise Industry Summit
*Halal Invest Wins $10,000 Grant
*Block Tegina -Minna Road in Niger, Kidnap 18 Passengers
*Nigeria Needs to Boost Food Reserves, Says Emefiele
*Nestle Nigeria to Pay Higher Dividend Despite Reduced Profit
*Twitter Tackles COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation
*FG Delegation to Understudy Egypt’s Siemens Power Project
*Report: How COVID-19 Reshaped Nature of Work
*AfCFTA: Experts Task Nigerian Manufacturers on Value Addition
*Attah: It’s Time to Monetise Nigeria’s Gas Resources
*Zenith Bank Shows Resilience

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*NSIA, Moroccan Firm Seal Deal to Boost Fertiliser Production
*Chambers: Strategic Leadership, Panacea to Exceptional Performance in Turbulent Times
*Adegbami: MFBs Receive Little Support from Government
*Enelamah Backs Downstream Deregulation
*Mutual Funds’ Value Grow to N1.43tn `on Increasing Demand
*Access Bank Unveils Digital Payment Service for SMEs
*Access Bank Vs Seplat/Orjiako: Understanding the Issues
*Auditor General Chairs AU Board of External Auditors
*ImaliPay Raises Fresh Funding
*Tangerine Life Completes Merger with ARM Life
*SouthBridge Investments Announces Joint Venture

THE SUN NEWSPAPER

*President of Igbo extraction possible in 2023 –Professor Greg Ibe
*No substitute for grassroots development –Minister
*Gov Ugwuanyi, others set for S/East Sports Foundation competition
*Africa U-18 & U-19 Volleyball Nimrod laments COVID-19 impacts on tourney
*Seplat targets sale of gas by H1 2022
*Crude diversion: Court fixes March 9 for ruling on Shell’s blocked accounts
*Emefiele tasks Nigerians on farming for food security
*LASAA begins awareness campaign on regulation of outdoor adverts
*Chukwueze: I’m back to my best
*Tokyo 2020: D’Tigress, D’Tigers open campaign against USA, Australia
*Consult opposition parties, others for solutions, Saraki tells Buhari
*1 in 4 people may have hearing problems by 2050 –WHO
*Senate bans pedophiles, rapists from working with children
*40 Golden Eaglets undergo MRI age test
*NNII leader, Anenih, tasks women on national devt
*AFCON qualifiers Rohr drops Ahmed Musa, picks 26
*Schoolgirls abduction: You must reveal those behind it, ACF tells Matawalle
*FG declares Zamfara no-fly zone, bans mining activities
*How American strong institutions trumped Trump, a strongman (3)
*Scarcity: FG promises raw deal for marketers hoarding petrol
*Food blockade to south, bad resolution strategy – Stakeholders
*FG, OCP Group partner on fertiliser production for farmers
*Ponzi schemes threat to investor protection, says SEC
*Bishop Wale Oke emerges new National President of PFN
*Niger: Bandits kill 1, abduct 30 in separate attacks
*… Keeps tab on Rangers’ Bassey, Ofoborh
*Lekki Port project’ll address Nigeria’s maritime infrastructure deficit –Du Ruogang
*US tasks new service chiefs on insecurity, human rights
*Fighting joblessness, creating opportunities with modular refineries
*Again, bandits strike in Kaduna communities, kill 6, injure 1
*Ikpeazu: Igbo in north hit Adeyemi
*Rivers, Berger sign contract for 2 more flyovers
*SNFFIEC condemns collection of POF in ports
*Soldiers foil terrorists’ attack on another Borno village
*We trekked several kilometres, slept in dungeon, ate food with sands –Freed students
*Aid workers feared missing in B’Haram attack on Borno town
*Ogun Assembly committee to investigate allegations against deputy speaker
*Wike, Fintiri reconcile Ortom, Mohammed
*Insecurity: Makinde, AbdulRazak, monarchs, security agencies meet in Ibadan
*Insecurity: Ugwuanyi, IGP insist on community policing
*China’s poverty eradication initiative bears fruit –Consul general
*Echoes of Orlu mayhem
*EFCC arraigns Dutch couple, company for $330,000 oil vessel fraud
*Testimonies as Lord Chosen programme ends
*AWIA: Why we’re celebrating African women –Nnabugwu
*Obiano urges security agents on AK-47 wielding herdsmen
*Anambra CP reads riots act, decorates 170 officers
*SIFAX’s off docks record 49,835 TEU volumes in 2020
*Again, Enugu community begs IGP to intervene in land dispute
*Witches and wizards: Myth or reality? (3)
*SENATOR ADEYEMI SHOULD HAVE BEEN SMARTER
*NDLEA recovers 27 rifles in Niger, destroys 5 hectares of cannabis farm in Ondo
*How NIMASA’s high-tech security assets’ll repress sea robbery
*US, UK, EU, others hail as Nigeria receives 3.92m doses of COVID-19 vaccines
*Sunday Igboho: Buhari don’t set Nigeria ablaze
*Buhari, Ngige and Nigeria’s exit from recession
*Food blockade: Igbo can feed themselves -ASETU
*Jail for, not ‘over’ corruption
*SIM card: Subscribers seek review of suspension
*NAUTH’s acting CMD pledges to make facility centre of excellence
*Ulaga Awka at it again!
*Face mask: New form of identity
*Coldstone Creamery unveils mobile app, e-commerce platform
*Burial: Late monarch’s daughters slam N50bn suit on Ogboni Society
*Abia NUT suspends strike
*CAMA regulations: Experts set to address controversial sections
*MainOne offers hybrid cloud solutions for African banks
*Abia Line management, staff clash over redeployment, salary arrears
*PIB: Diri proposes 10% for host communities

NIGERIAN TELEGRAPH NEWSPAPER

*There’s nothing left of Nigeria to be restructured – Nwoko
*PDP’ll reclaim Ebonyi in 2023 – Nwebonyi
*Ransom payment’ll ‘prosper kidnapping’, says Buhari
*WHO warns against hydroxychloroquine use in COVID-19 prevention
*Saraki to President: Involve opposition, others in fighting insecurity
*Labour kick against bill seeking minimum wage transfer to concurrent list
*Kinsmen move to recall Okorocha from Senate
*Ondo: Akeredolu hits the ground running
*el-Rufai: Nigeria is a federal republic in name, but unitary in practice
*Okocha warns: Eagles may miss 2020 AFCON if…
*Aruna to battle Indian star in main draw of WTT
*HiFL: PACE Sports appoints Akinbinu as health, safety consultant
*40 Eaglets undergo MRI test, final squad ready
*FIBA rankings: D’Tigeress drop three places, D’Tigers unmoved

GOD BLESS NIGERIA

 

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I Heard He Had His Pu.bic Hairs Put On His Face- 50 Cent Trolls Mayweather’s Hair Again

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When it comes to trolling in the Hip Hop world, no one does it better than Hip Hop legend and business mogul 50 Cent as he is on the ‘neck’ of Floyd Mayweather again with his trolls.

50 Cent, born Curtis Jackson and Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather has been in a very long ‘unsettled’ beef for a very long time now with both successful business men throwing shades at each other with the least opportunity.

But 50 Cent is way above Mayweather in trolls as he mostly makes the Boxing champ always feels uncomfortable on social media. Recall he started trolling Mayweather with his hair when the former welterweight Boxing champion made a public appearance with a heavy mustache could of months ago.

50 Cent in a post on social media posted the photo of his former best friend Mayweather with the heavy mustache trolling him that he took some hair from his ‘a$$’ and implanted it around his mouth.

The television guru couple of months ago wanted to settle the long beef with his former best friend in a boxing match after he threw a challenge to Mayweather of which Mayweather accepted the challenge for the boxing match.

But 50 Cent knowing what he was doing later called off the match 48 hours after Mayweather accepted the match saying the head of the ‘The Money Team’ can’t read two paragraphs of his best New Times Selling Book.

Well 50 Cent is back again trolling Mayweather about his hair when camera captured the Boxing champ with fully grown hair on his head during a pre-match brawl with YouTuber Jack Paul last night.

Floyd like you can’t show people my hair. LOL

WTF going on, on champ head… I heard he had his pubic hairs put on his face. Lol #bransoncognac#lecheminduroi

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Patience Ozokwor, Others React As Aki And Paw Reveals Intentions To Resume Acting Together

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In a post sighted on his Instagram page Osita wrote: “@chineduikedieze How far Edu? Just over here soliloquising. I just they see Dm and old clips everywhere. Guess is time to answer the call of nature and drop something. How you see am?”

Chinedu replied and wrote; @ositalheme, this will be interesting ooo
Should we give them a movie or series?

Guys what do you think?
Should we give you a movie or tv series,
What should we call it?

Celebrities and fans could not hold themselves as they trooped under the comment section to react to the news. Below are some reactions

“@patienceozokwo wrote “Whatever you call it we will watch”

@alexxekubo wrote “Yesssssssss we are ready”

@dilly_cious wrote “They may not look funny again because they look like big rich men now with pot bellies… Not the smallish aki and paw paw we know”

@thevc_store wrote “They are no longer funny now they have grown older cos they now act serious roles. The fun was in their mischievousness as children”

@badgirlsimz wrote “it won’t be interesting”

crazeclown wrote: AHHHHH PLEASEEEEEE I BEG UNA 😢 A MOVIE AND SERIES

adaameh wrote : All join 🙌🙌🔥🔥❤️❤️

aphricanace wrote: Yessooo…movie for sure!!!! We want another classic like 2 rats or aki na ukwa 🔥❤️

realchidimmaaneke wrote: We can’t wait to see you both

amazingklef wrote:A very funny series and movies !

officialowengee wrote: Give us a Movie, whatever name you decide will be good

mary_lazarus wrote: Very nice🙌🙌🙌

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DJ Cuppy slams troll who can’t stand her ‘transition to motherhood’ with puppies

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Celebrity disc jockey, Dj Cuppy savagely responds to a follower who subtly attacked her for showing extra care to her puppies.

The billionaire’s daughter had shared photos of her puppies wrapped in cosy towels as she affirms how the transition to motherhood has touched and made her a softer person.
“Motherhood is already making me a better person… I might even do giveaway soon,” Cuppy wrote while sharing photos of her puppies.

DJ Cuppy slams troll who can't stand her 'transition to motherhood' with puppies

In reaction, a follower expressed exhaustion of the renowned DJ’s act as he blatantly stated that he is so done with her behaviours.

“I cannot stand Cuppy anymore,” he wrote.

DJ Cuppy, however, did not let it cool before savagely firing back by telling the fan to ‘sit down’ since she cannot stand her anymore.

See their exchange below …

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