Today’s Guardian Newspaper Headlines

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Today’s Guardian Newspaper Headlines, An independent daily newspaper published in Lagos, It was established in 1983 by late Alex Ibru and Stanley Macebuh. Guardian is known to set the pace in introducing high quality journalism in Nigeria. It first came out as a weekly publication on Sundays and was published on 22nd February, 1983 and by July 4th 1983 started as a daily publication. With the slogan ” Conscience nurtured by truth”,

Today’s Guardian Newspaper Headlines

Guardian Headlines Today [Thu-11-Apr-2019]

Twitter Introduces New Daily Follow Limit

3 Simple Ways To Get Rid Of Headaches Naturally

Don hinges evolution of management on human behaviours

JAN trains youth on entrepreneurial skills to tackle unemployment

Jubilation as abducted Lagos State fire boss regains freedom, resumes work

Sign minimum wage Bill now, Labour tells Buhari

Government claims nation’s N24.38tr debt profile sustainable

Government to end cabotage waivers, eyes ship production in 2024

OPEC sees tighter 2019 market as Nigeria, others defy cuts

Blaming corps members for mass failure in public schools

Today’s Guardian Newspaper Headlines

ASUP urges passage of amendment bill on Polytechnics Act

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Creating meals that support heart functions – Part 2

Winners emerge in NGO’s, school’s mathematics, science quiz contest

Police suspend mining activities in Kano council

Next trouble

Workers give Okorocha ultimatum to pay salary, pension arrears

ITUC decries IMF opposition to minimum wage

DBN disburses N31b loans to 35,000 beneficiaries

Provost bags African Students’ Union Parliament award

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