Newspaper Headlines Today September 12, 2021

Newspaper Headlines Today September 12, 2021

Newspaper headlines today, September 12, 2021 can be accessed below.

 

 

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

 

Newspaper Headlines Today September 12, 2021

PUNCH Newspaper

VAT: More states oppose FIRS, Ogun, Edo, Akwa Ibom consider tax laws

Holyfield knocked out by Belfort as Trump provides commentary

Hushpuppi: PSC gets report, Kyari may face disciplinary panel

Why we’ll not convert forex in domiciliary account to naira – CBN

NNPC refineries generate zero revenue, pay workers N69bn.

 

Vanguard Newspaper

CBN says no plan to convert domiciliary accounts to Naira over forex

Court warns NICON Insurance against forum shopping

Can INEC break her age-long jinx?

Gov Emmanuel’s aide doles out N5.5m academic grants to 55 students

Bandits, Terrorists, Killer-Herdsmen: But Gulder Ultimate Search is back, which forest will they use?

The Nation Newspaper

Can AMCON’s charm offensive aid recovery of N5tr debts?

IPOB Sit-at-home order: Obiano, Umahi lament losses

FG pledges increased budgetary provisions for adult literacy programmes

VAT: Southwest states plan joint action

Anambra 2021: Who will save APGA?

The Guardian Newspaper

CJN summons: Judiciary in urgent need of reforms, independence

Three years on, N50b floating dry dock idles away

Ronaldo rolls back the years with dream double on Man Utd return

COVID-19 palliative: Creative industry still waiting one year after

Ronaldo double sinks Newcastle on Man Utd return, Arsenal ease Arteta pressure.

 

This Day Newspaper

Ortom Tackles MACBAN, Accuses Group of Inciting Members against Him

FG Tackles States over Alleged Non-remittance of N2tn Recovered Assets

Ijaw Elders Kick against Presidency’s Silence on NDDC’s Forensic Audit Report

UNICEF, Monarchs, Others Declare War on Female Genital Mutilation in Ekiti

Ozekhome: Appeal Court’s ‘Maintain Status Quo’ Order Empowers Rivers to Collect VAT

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