Checkout Newspaper Headlines Today Sep 8 2021

Checkout Newspaper Headlines Today Sep 8 2021

Newspaper headlines from Nigerian newspapers today, Sep 8, 2021, can be accessed below.

 

 

News Rain Nigeria brings you top Naija newspaper headlines today and happenings in Nigeria.

Below are the top Naija news headlines from Nigerian newspapers today.

 

Checkout Newspaper Headlines Today Sep 8 2021

PUNCH Newspaper

VAT collection row: No going back on bill, Lagos insists, Adamawa backs Wike

Over 5,000 applicants seek 100 jobs at Nasarawa Poly

Nigeria’s corruption due to decades of indscipline -Gombe gov

Terrorist with $10m bounty on his head named interior minister in Taliban’s new govt

JAMB replies El-Rufai, says institutions determine cut-off marks.

 

Vanguard Newspaper

Insecurity: Act fast, Nigerians living in fear, Akeredolu tells Buhari

Apapa: Gridlock persists as Toyin Fayinka looks on

Igboho’s aides: DSS’ll damage Nigeria’s reputation by flouting court orders —Lawyer

PDP governors meet over NWC offices

We’re not owing any doctor monthly salary —FG.

Daily Trust Newspaper

FG Receives 1,123,200 Additional Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Doses

Many Schools Shut As Insecurity Disrupts Learning In 4 States

VAT Collection: Gombe Asks Lagos, Rivers To Reconsider Stance

NYSC Tasks Corps Members On COVID-19 Vaccination, Unity

Guinea’s Coup D’état Not A Surprise – Former Ambassador.

 

The Guardian Newspaper

NSA absent as service chiefs get fresh order to end killings

Importers, freight forwarders lose N3m per container to bonded terminals

Griezmann double puts France back on winning track

Lockdown, anxiety as Buhari visits Imo tomorrow

FG authorises only security agencies to vet incriminating SIM cards.

 

This Day Newspaper

Tinubu Commiserates with CP Odumosu over Mum’s Death

Masari: With Hindsight, We Should Never Have Negotiated With Bandits

COVID-19: 3.6 Million Nigerians Vaccinated, Says FG

US Supports Nigeria on HIV Eradication by 2030

PDP Govs Meet Today, to Zone NWC Offices, Silent on Presidential Ticket.

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