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Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Thursday 2 April, 2020

Nigerian Newspaper Headlines

Here are the top Nigerian Newspaper Headlines specially put together for you. Feel free to go through and whatever Newspaper Headline that may interest, you  can simply click on the name of the Nigerian Newspaper Headline and you will be redirected to their source.

DAILY INDEPENDENT Newspaper Headlines

  • Google Overtakes Facebook For Mobile App Advertising.
  • Covid-19: Ebonyi Govt Orders Shoot At Sight Of Escapees.
  • Power-hungry Leaders Exploit Coronavirus Crisis.
  • Coronavirus: Facebook To Invest $100m To Tackle Misinformation.
  • MTN Offers Platform For Subscribers To Donate Towards COVID-19 Fight.
  • Amazon Fires Worker Who Organized Staten Island Warehouse Walkout.

PUNCH Newspaper Headlines

  • Europe toll tops 30,000 as UN warns of worlds worst crisis since WWII.
  • Plateau closes boundaries, warns violators.
  • Ondo closes borders, declares three-day fast.
  • Dantata boosts Kano coronavirus fund with N300m.
  • ACF warns against politicisation of pandemic.
  • Taraba closes markets, bans worship gathering.
  • Zamfara distributes sanitisers, others at Ruga settlement.
  • Malami writes heads of courts on time-bound cases.
  • Kaduna threatens clampdown on clerics harbouring Almajiri.
  • Sule imposes 24-hour curfew in Nasarawa communuty.
  • Nigeria, S’Africa, others seek debt relief from WBank.
  • No God is punishing us with COVID-19.
  • COVID-19, preventing dignity to the dead.
  • Ive fears COVID-19 funds will be looted Olaniyan.
  • Banks recorded N1.05tn bad loans in 2019 NBS.
  • Olowu, ex-AGF, oppose siting of isolation centre in Obasanjo Hilltop.
  • Operations will continue at seaports, says NPA.
  • Oil price falls to $24, oversupply fears grow.
  • Unilever, Dangote Cement lead losers as market sheds N104bn.
  • Nigerias oilfields face shutdown risk amid market woes.
  • Minister denies knowledge of Abba Kyaris whereabouts in Lagos.
  • Nigeria, South Africa, others seek debt relief from World Bank.
  • CBN, Dangote, others contribute N15.3bn to COVID-19 fund.
  • FG distributes N20,000 to 5,000 households.
  • Power supply rises to 4,257MW as plants receive gas.
  • Cote dIvoire returnees receiving Osun relatives in camp Rep.
  • Delivery companies, telcos, e-banking ahead of COVID-19 gainers.
  • CP deploys riot policemen as tension rises in isolation camp.
  • FG reviews lockdown as COVID-19 cases rise by 35.
  • Group tackles Obiano on N1bn COVID-19 spending.
  • Nigerias total public debt rises to N27.4tn DMO.
  • Rivers lawmakers donate salaries to fight pandemic.
  • Ignore new fuel price, IPMAN tells marketers.
  • We’ll skin you alive, soldiers threaten PUNCHman.
  • Well assist govt to fight coronavirus, says ASUU.
  • Yobe gov, commissioners donate half salary for COVID-19 fight.
  • Customs impound seven vehicles of N20.7m poultry.
  • UI shuts gates, clubs, introduces new gate pass.
  • FG suspends April savings bond offer.
  • Lockdown: Police deny harassing Lagos health workers.
  • Lockdown: Delta to prosecute traders for hoarding.
  • Banks set international spending limits on cards.
  • Reduce workforce at project sites, DPR tells operators.
  • COVID-19: Africans rush for chloroquine despite caution.
  • Israel converts missile production lines to ventilators making centre.
  • COVID-19: Man tests positive after 14 days quarantine.
  • The rich would have travelled out if COVID-19 was only in Nigeria -Lagosian.
  • COVID-19: Davido tests negative again.
  • COVID-19: JAMB donates three ventilators to Abuja.
  • Coronavirus: American evacuated after testing positive in Lagos.
  • Coronavirus: Osun now third state with highest cases in Nigeria.

THISDAY Newspaper Headlines

  • CBN Offers N95.681bn TBills, Records 59% Oversubscription.
  • Banks Limit Debit Card Withdrawal Abroad.
  • Covid-19: SEC Tasks Companies on Full Disclosure to Investors.
  • Free Service Offerings Will Lead to Network Congestion.
  • SMEDAN Grants Three Months Moratorium to Loan Beneficiaries.
  • COVID-19: Foundation Donates N2m to Vulnerable Nigerians.

SUN Newspaper Headlines

  • BoI posts N39.33bn profit, disburses N234bn to borrowers.
  • Insurers partner FG, others on fight against COVID-19.
  • Oil marketers lose N3.5bn.
  • Donations to CACOVID relief fund hit N15bn.
  • AXA Mansard donates N100m life insurance cover, PPE to support fight against COVID-19.
  • Lockdown: Pantami orders NCC, telecos to subsidise data cost for subscribers.
  • Nigeria adopts standards on low sulphur for marine fuel.
  • 3 killed, 2 injured, houses burnt in fresh Plateau attack.
  • Ex-Guild of Editors’ deputy president’s son kidnnaped in Kano.
  • Suspected COVID-19 patient tests negative in Zaria, Kaduna.
  • Blackout in Enugu as rainstorm destroys electricity installations, buildings.
  • Day 2 of total lockdown’ FG okays 4-hour food sales daily.
  • Buhari approves release of 70,000 tonnes of grains.
  • IPMAN threatens strike over PMS pump price reduction.

GUARDIAN Newspaper Headlines

  • Single mother of three jumps into Osun River after lockdown announcement.
  • Let’s show human feelings, compassion during this period, Nigerians urged.
  • Coronavirus deaths near 46,000 worldwide.
  • Experts task Nigerian youths on branding, entrepreneur skills.
  • Nine Hungarian swimmers test positive for COVID-19.
  • Directors seek regulatory mechanisms to mitigate Coronavirus pandemic’s impact.
  • 41% of Nigeria’s micro-businesses owned by women.
  • Lekki Port receives $221 million China harbour’s equity infusion.
  • BoI records N39.33b profit, disburses N234b to 10,145 enterprises.
  • COVID-19: Trigger for Nigeria’s economic diversification.
  • COVID-19 pandemic and pandemonium in the global village.
  • School feeding scheme during lockdown is senseless, fraudulent, Nigerians knock FG.
  • Courts are expected to sit, dispense time-bound cases during lockdown ‘ Malami says.
  • Nigeria’s cases of coronavirus rise to 174.
  • One Turkish doctor dies, over 600 health workers infected.
  • COVID 19: Disclose your isolation centre, NEMA tell Imo, Abia governments.
  • Councillor Marries Two Women On The Same Day In Nasarawa.
  • Lightning Strike Leaves 20 Dead In Congolese Capital.
  • US evacuate citizen who tested positive for coronavirus in Lagos.

VANGUARD Newspaper Headlines

  • COVID-19: Ondo to close borders Thursday, declares 3-day fast.
  • COVID-19: NCDC working with affected states to identify cases, confirmed cases 174 ‘ DG.
  • COVID -19 lockdown directive: Worshippers attack taskforce in Lagos.
  • Bala, Bauchi gov, speaks from self-isolation: I am stable, doing well.
  • COVID-19: Presidency replies Soyinka, urges Nigerians to trust scientists, not fiction writers.
  • Courts are expected to sit, dispense time-bound cases during lockdown ‘ Malami.
  • COVID-19: Encouraging show from our men of means.
  • 2023: COVID-19 pauses jostling, permutations as battle for survival sets in.
  • Stock market: Bearish run intensifies as investors lose N114bn.
  • Banks’ nonperforming loans fall by 41% in 2019.
  • E-payment transactions up 24% to N48.54trn in 2019.
  • Fabregas snubs Guardiola as he picks his top two managers.
  • Eddie Howe is first Premier League boss to take pay cut.
  • Covid-19: Task Force receives close to N100m as donations ‘ Prof. Alonge.
  • COVID-19: LUTH 120-bedded isolation centre ready for use ‘ Bode.
  • COVID-19: Boost children’s immunity daily ‘ Pharmacist.
  • NUAHP demands life insurance, N100, 000 special COVID-19 allowances for health workers.
  • COVID-19: Don’t dismiss Ooni’s herbal cure claim, expert urges Nigerians.
  • NCDC launches COVID-19 WhatsApp service to engage Nigerians.
  • Nigerian pathologists lament inadequacy of COVID-19 testing centres.
  • COVID-19: Health Workers demand inclusion of members in task force.
  • UN announces COVID-19 emergency response for in North-East Nigeria.
  • COVID-19 lockdown: Fallen truck crushes 6 to death in Lagos.
  • COVID-19: CISLAC kicks against alleged shutdown of FEC, NASS.
  • COVID-19: Gov Ishaku orders closure of markets.
  • Covid-19: If we asked people to stay at home, we ‘ve to make them comfortable ‘ Gbajabiamila.
  • Gunmen Kill 11 in Southern Kaduna.
  • COVID-19: Better to stay hungry to be alive than die eating, Wike tell Rivers residents.
  • Gov Diri laments as windstorm wreaks havoc in Bayelsa.
  • CSO urges FG, states to begin post-COVID-19 economic recovery plan.
  • Coronavirus: Lockdown excites Ekiti women, say its a ‘blessing in disguise.

TRIBUNE Newspaper Headlines

  • Gulf of Guinea: Pirates, sea-robbers attack four vessels in 2-days.
  • COVID-19: Defence Hqts raises alarm over circulation of malicious video clips against armed forces.
  • COVID-19 Lockdown: Presidency attacks Soyinka, says he is fiction writer, not medical professor.
  • NAFDAC raises the alarm over unregistered hand sanitizers in circulation.
  • Contributions to CACOVID-19 relief fund hit N15 billion- CBN.
  • COVID-19: Oyo residents raise questions as Makinde says total lockdown last resort.
  • Lagos govt condemns worshippers who attacked officials over lockdown violation.
  • Nigeria has civilian regime, not democracy ’Alafe-Aluko.
  • COVID-19: African airlines lose $4.4bn in one month.
  • COVID 19: Malami writes heads of courts on time-bound cases.
  • COVID-19 cases now 174 in Nigeria.
  • Reps seek end to power outage nationwide, as minister laments N1.2trn payment shortfall.
  • JUST IN: Again, Davido tests negative for coronavirus.
  • FG okays opening of food markets for four hours daily in Lagos, Ogun, Abuja.
  • COVID-19 Police arrest defaulters of lockdown order in Delta State.
  • COVID-19 cases will soon reach 1m globally ‘ WHO.
  • Woman rescued after jumping into Osun river.

NATION Newspaper Headlines

  • Appeal Court directs prompt hearing of APPs appeals.
  • Men make up 70 per cent of infected persons, says minister.
  • BoI records N39.33 billion profit.
  • Nigeria, others seek $100b debt relief.
  • MultiChoice gives N1.2b to support Nigeria on COVID-19.
  • Fed Govt releases 70,000 tons of grains.
  • Presidency to Soyinka: virus about science not fiction.
  • IPMAN to sell fuel at N123.50 per litre.
  • IPMAN chief urges members to open stations.
  • LASU develops COVID-19 self test APP.
  • Appeal Court directs prompt hearing of APPs appeals.
  • COVID-19: NAICOM issues forebearance to ensure availability of services.
  • BREAKING: NCDC confirms 23 new cases of COVID-19.
  • Contributions to CACOVID Relief Fund hit N15bn.
  • Councillor killed over land tussle in Anambra.
  • Osinbajo rallies NECs committee on COVID-19.
  • COVID-19: NMA cautions FG on planned recall of retired medical personnel.

DAILY TIMES Newspaper Headlines

  • A’Court grants accelerated hearing of APPs appeal challenging exclusion.
  • Lockdown: Markets to open between 10:00am and 2:00pm daily FG.
  • Police arrest hungry residents protesting for food.
  • Japan cannot impose lockdown even with spike in virus infections Prime Minister.
  • Doctor Dies of Lassa Fever In Edo State.
  • COVID 19: Malami writes Heads of Courts on time-bound cases.
  • Weve tested over 2000 persons for COVID-19 FG.
  • Gbajabiamila meets ministers, CBN Gov, NERC over power supply.
  • COVID-19: Nigeria private sector coalition raises N15.3bn so far.
  • Poor Nigerians to get N20,000 as FG begins cash transfer.
  • AfDB approves $2m assistance against COVID-19 in Africa.
  • COVID-19: Give interest-free loans on your interventions, expert charges CBN.
  • Mother of invention: the new gadgets dreamt up to fight coronavirus.
  • Coronavirus transforms New York as US deaths top 4,000.
  • Harry and Meghan embark on new life in Los Angeles.

DAILY TRUST Newspaper Headlines

  • COVID-19: N25.6bn to be slashed from N/Assembly budget.
  • David Mark tasks security agencies on human rights.
  • Almajiri system should be integrated with basic education.
  • Conditional Cash Transfer: FG doles out N20,000 each to 5,000 in FCT.
  • Ex-Pope Benedict ‘doing well’ but no longer accepting visits.
  • Spain death toll hits 9,053 as virus cases pass 100,000.
  • Coronavirus: Putin working remotely after meeting infected doctor.
  • COVID-19: Testing tent stolen in NZ, as police ask thieves to get tested.
  • COVID-19: Nigeria records new 23 cases, total now 174.
  • We’ll develop vaccine for COVID-19 soon ‘ Iwu.
  • COVID-19: 2 suspected cases in Adamawa negative’ Official.
  • COVID-19: Use malaria drugs only for virus emergencies’EU agency.
  • Suspected COVID-19 patient tests negative in Zaria.
  • COVID 19: Health workers decry absence of protective equipment in hospitals.
  • FG revises fuel pump price to 123.50/litre.
  • COVID-19 will worsen Nigeria’s unemployment crisis ‘ Expert.
  • COVID-19: KPMG seeks 3-month tax filing extension for firms.
  • CSO tasks govts on transparent disbursement of COVID-19 funds.
  • COVID-19: NIPCO restates commitment to customers, staff wellbeing.
  • Air Peace Chairman lauds FG over maiden direct flight to Israel.
  • Power outages: NNPC intervenes to raise gas supply to GenCos.
  • COVID-19: ILO urges govts to treat seafarers with ‘dignity and respect.
  • DPR sanctions six petrol stations in Bayelsa over infractions.
  • UPDATED: LASU develops mobile app for ‘COVID-19 self-test.
  • Shutting Lagos, Abuja without palliatives counter-productive ‘ YPN.

BUSINESSDAY Newspaper Headlines

  • Nigerian doctors battling Covid-19 urge full compliance with lockdown to avert health disaster.
  • Lekki Deep Seaport receives $221m equity funding from China Harbour.
  • Nigeria cannot handle a shutdown.
  • COVID 19: Africa go survive the ‘viruses in power.
  • Rising community transmission of COVID-19 strengthens case for social distancing.
  • World Autism Awareness Day: Challenges of COVID-19 on autism community, caring for the child and keeping hope alive.
  • The role of manufacturers in mitigating impact of coronavirus.

NEW TELEGRAPH Newspaper Headlines

  • COVID-19: CBN, Dangote, Elumelu, Wigwe, Otedola, BUA, others, donate N15.3bn.
  • Airlines struggle to pay salaries as job cut looms.
  • Panic as Osun records nine new coronavirus cases.
  • 2,000 Nigerians tested for COVID-19 as cases hit 174.
  • Storm kills two, destroys houses in Nasarawa, Enugu, Bayelsa.
  • IPMAN directs members to adjust petrol price to N123.50 per lit.
  • Nine banks realised N826bn net earnings in 2019.
  • Construction firms suspend work til April 20.

PEOPLESDAILY Newspaper Headlines

  • Coronavirus: Osinbajo urges more public enlightenment.
  • Court of Appeal begins accelerated hearing of APP’s appeals.
  • Coronavirus: Attend to time-bound cases, Malami writes heads of courts.
  • IPMAN rejects new petrol pump price of N123.50 per litre.
  • Nigeria coronavirus cases rise to 151, as 12 new cases emerge-NCDC.
  • Army redeploys senior officers to instill professionalism-Buratai.
  • NEMA gives relief package to victims of armed banditry in Niger.
  • Coronavirus: Reps want CBN to give cash grants to 774 LGs.
  • Coronavirus: Journalists bemoan hoarding of protective equipment in Benue.

BLUEPRINT Newspaper Headlines

  • The Philippines is sending its nurses to the frontline underprotected. Now medics are dying, others risk spreading the virus.
  • The world could soon run out of space to store oil. That may plunge prices below zero.
  • UEFA Champions. Europa Leagues ‘put off.
  • COVID-19: How 12 new cases were imported from Cote d’Ivoire ‘ Minister.
  • Breaking: Coronavirus hits 6-week-old baby dead.

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