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Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: 11th March


Malabu: UK paid Nigeria $70m instead of agreed $85m, says AGF

The Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr. Abubakar Malami (SAN), has said the United Kingdom has paid Nigeria the sum of $70m recovered from the Malabu oil controversial deal.


Benue killings: ‘Youths, women will become Boko Haram in 15 years to come if… 

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo says the killings in Benue State go beyond what Nigerians see on the surface, stressing that there was the need to get to the bottom of the bloodbath in the state.

The Sun

Govt Has Exited Recession But Nigerians Have Not – Dr Tayo Bello, Monetary And Development Economist

Despite the promise of prompt passage of the 2018 Appropriation Bill, the National Assembly is yet to communicate its readiness to pass the proposal.


Ahead of Buhari’s Visit, Obasanjo Makes Whistle-stop in Benue

Daily Times

PDP Tasks Presidency, APC Over Illegal Importation of Military Equipment

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said that the linking of the exposed illegal importation of military equipment to All Progressive Congress (APC) interests, particularly in Kogi State, is revealing and places a heavy question on the doorsteps of the Presidency and the ruling party.


Ekekwe: Nigeria don’t count in US’ strategic agenda beyond war on terrorism

Daily Trust

Presidency to employ 208,000 N/Delta youths

The Presidency has unveiled a plan to employ 208,000 youths in Niger Delta with a view to curtailing restiveness in the oil-producing region.


21 days after: Abducted Dapchi girls’ parents still cry for their children

Twenty-one days after the abduction of 110 school girls at Dapchi, Yobe State, their parents and other stakeholders are still worried overtheir safety.

The Authority

Benue Killings: OBJ pays solidarity visit to Benue state

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Saturday arrived in Makurdi, the Benue State, to condole with the government and people over herdsmen’s attacks.

The Nation

How to end herdsmen, farmers clashes, by Obasanjo

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo yesterday visited the graves of the 73 victims of the January herdsmen attacks in Benue State with a  call on leaders to work together to tackle the incessant violent clashes between farmers and herdsmen across the country.

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