Latest Nigeria News Headlines February 18 2021

Good day. Here are the news headlines for today, February 18 2020, from AllNigerianinfo.

Punch Newspaper Headline February 18 2020

Kidnappings: IGP deploys 150 special forces operatives in FCT

WTO: My performance’ll open doors for Africans, women, says
Kagara abduction: 27 students, three teachers, others missing —Niger govt

Declare state of emergency on security, Senate tells Buhari

Kidnappings: IGP deploys 150 special forces operatives in FCT

Driver who killed Nicki Minaj’s father in hit-and-run surrenders to police

Bandits: Defend yourselves, minister tells Nigerians

READ IT: Punch Newspapers

Daily Post Newspaper Headline February 18 2020

Kagara: Troops in pursuit of abductors of Niger students – Army

Kidnapped Niger students: Settle your mercenaries – PDP to Buhari, APC

Kidnapped Niger students: FG considers political, military options

Saraki-led PDP reconciliation committee in closed door session with former govs

Ethnic crisis: I’ll lead massive protest against Buhari govt – Bamgbose

Niger: Declare state of emergency on insecurity – Senate tells Buhari

READ IT: Daily Post

Daily Trust Newspaper Headline February 18 2020

‘We Shouldn’t Be Cowards’ – Defence Minister Asks Nigerians To Confront Bandits

Niger Abduction: Army Vows To Track Down Bandits

Saraki: No PDP’s Ex-Governor Will Join APC

302 Mopol, Police Special Forces Arrive Kaduna To Tackle Banditry

COVID-19 Scare In Imo As Lecturer Slumps, Dies Inside Classroom

Gumi: I’ll Visit Kagara Over Fresh Abductions

READ IT: Daily Trust

The Nation Newspaper Headline February 18 2020

Rivers APC factions clash over Supreme Court’s decision

Senate receives 2021 budget for Police Trust Fund

Kagara: Gunmen abduct 27 students, 3 teachers, 12 family members 9:12 PM

FAAN re-opens Lagos Airport runway

US Court sentences Invictus Obi to 10 years for cybercrimes

READ IT: The Nation

Vanguard Newspaper Headline February 18 2020

No discord among PDP NWC members- Ologbondiyan

Bears maintain dominance on NSE, market drops further by N15bn

Kagara abduction: NUT demands declaration of emergency on security

Apapa gridlock: Sanwo-Olu’s traffic team helpless as miscreants, ‘okada’ riders take over road

Army neutralises bandits, rescues 4 in Kaduna

roops in pursuit of abductors of Kagara school victims – Army

IPAC condemns abduction of students in Niger

READ IT: VanaguardNGR

Guardian Newspaper Headline February 18 2020

Buhari, Sanwo-Olu, Okonjo-Iweala, others seek investment in youths

NDLEA intercepts ‘fake military officers’ with 234kg parcels of drug

Nigerian official says 42 taken in new kidnap tally

3 dead, 3,600 displaced as fire ravaged IDPs camp fire in Maiduguri

NATO holds post-Trump talks as Afghanistan decision looms

Panic in AIFCE as lecturer slumps, dies in classroom

Woman begs NHRC panel for justice for murdered brother

Europe court demands Navalny release citing ‘risk to life’

Blinken says US to pay $200 million in WHO obligations

READ IT: GuardianNG

Daily Sun Newspaper Headline February 18 2020

Banditry: Buhari summons Zamfara governor

Nigeria’s porous border contributing to insecurity, says Peace advocates

Mezie Owerri loses ex-President General

Northern governors condemn students’ kidnapping, want them rescued unhurt

Ports: NDLEA, Shippers Council join forces to battle criminals

Court acquits “Let’s Partner With You” boss, wife over operation of illegal bank

READ IT: Sunnews

Nigerian Tribune Headline February 18 52020

Insecurity: Governors meet in Aso Rock

Mercenaries imported for election responsible for abductions ― PDP

Bauch govt orders demolition of building where over 200 rounds of ammunition, other weapons were discovered

NCC must sanitise the music industry ― HOMAL

$3.5bn loan: Nigeria not fully complying with terms ― IMF

Banditry: Buhari, Service Chiefs resolve not in doubt, APC replies PDP

READ IT: TribuneNigeria

That’s the latest news Headlines in Nigeria for today. To read All the Latest News in Nigeria, click here.

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