Nation Newspaper Headlines Today 15 April 2019

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Nation Newspaper Headlines Today 15 April 2019, This is a daily newspaper published in Lagos, Nigeria. It was founded on July 31, 2006. According to the paper’s website, it stands for freedom, justice and the market economy. It was the first to gain nationwide circulation across the 36 states of Nigeria within two years of operation.

Nation Newspaper Headlines Today 15 April 2019

The Nation Headlines Today

APC clears Lawan, others to consult PDP colleagues

Govt, World Bank discuss $1b power sector loan

Revealed: 23 Nigerians on death row

Outcry as police arrest five officers for killingwoman

Electricity cable, transformer theft to attract 10-year jail term

Lagos Exchange to trade on forex

Long fuel queues amid IMFs call for subsidy removal

FRSC: driving against traffic on Lagos-Ibadan highway to attract psychiatric test

Palm Sunday: Clerics counsel Christians on love, unity

Falana, Jukuns raise alarm over unreported killings in Taraba

Nation Newspaper Headlines Today 15 April 2019

Why Buhari won Nassarawa, by Al-Makura

I will build on Al-Makuras achievements

North now under threats of bandits Northern elders

EstherWhyte bags Teen Actor of the year

Kizz Daniel, Chidinma star in romantic comedy, Love Me

Itll be disrespectful for me to do Shaku Shaku songs -Jaywon

HIP TV drags Heritage Bank to Court

MC Galaxy, Duncan Mighty for Star concert in Uyo

NET Honours 2019 unveils nominees

NNPC, Seplat shop for N253b to develop gas project

FBN Holdings posts N59.7b full-year profit

Changan Motors unveils CS75 SUV

Insurance firms capital base may rise to N15b

IFC, Actis, others to manage over $350b assets

AfDB okays $15m investment for Nigerias credit firm

Stamp duty charge is fraudulent, says NECA

LCCI: NNPCs downstream oil sector monopoly stultifies growth

SAHCO to list shares on Stock Exchange

CCNN posts N5.7b net profit

 

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