Newspaper Headlines Today, September 25, 2021

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Top newspaper headlines today, September 25, 2021, can be accessed below.

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

 

Newspaper Headlines Today, September 25, 2021

PUNCH Newspaper
Govs split over multi-billion naira #EndSARs victims’ compensation

Taliban’s political agenda one month after seizing power

UNGA76: Buhari defends border closure, says policy curbed smuggling

I’m surprised when leaders change constitution to remain in office —Buhari

BBNaija S6: Surprise as Emmanuel gets drunk at Jacuzzi Party.

 

Vanguard Newspaper

Gana’s 2nd in command, Azonto, arrested in joint security operation

South East deserves justice in Nigeria, Gov Ortom carpets FG

Tension mounts in Bauchi over killing of 35-yr-old woman in her farm

Cholera claims 159 in Niger, Nasarawa as states begin panic measures to contain spread

FG expends N8.9 trillion on Infrastructures says Vice President.

 

Daily Trust Newspaper

Telecom Shutdown: Zamfara, Sokoto Residents Relive Difficulties, Hopes

How 20-Year-Old Was Killed And Buried By His Parents In Imo

‘Nigeria’s Economy About To Collapse’, Sanusi Raises Alarm

Oil Revenue: Nigeria’s Economy About To Collapse, Ex-Emir Sanusi Raises Alarm

Bandits Attack Shinkafi, Ransack Police Stations.

 

The Guardian Newspaper

Anti-open grazing laws: Police mum over enforcement

Court remands Sergeant who shot teenager to death in Lagos

‘Women should pay attention to opportunities around them’

Joshua promises to ‘deliver’ in heavyweight showdown with Usyk

Nigeria needs strong leadership to tackle woes, says Wike.

 

This Day Newspaper

Amaechi: FG Opening Maritime to Huge Investment Opportunities with Wreck Removal

Senator Faults FG’s Approach to Farmers/Herders Clashes

Rivers Declares Free Medical Services for Pregnant Women

Tanker Drivers’ Protest in Niger State Takes New Turn

NUJ President: It’s Crude Politics Linking Me with IPOB.

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