Latest Nigeria News Headlines March 1 2021

Good day. Here are the news headlines for today, March 1 2021, from AllNigerianinfo.

Punch Newspaper Headline March 1 2021

Tinubu, Buhari, el-Rufai weren’t arrested when they asked Jonathan to resign —Falana

Biden should increase Trump’s restrictions on Nigerian election riggers — Ambassador Igali

Controversy surrounds Zamfara students’ release

DSS attack was an attempt to assassinate me –Sunday Igboho

PDP berates Ngige, Uzodimma over seen, unforeseen forces comments

APC should outlive Buhari’s tenure – Chairmanship aspirant

PDP members allege plot to impose Oyo LG candidates

Uzodimma’s ‘desperate political’ applicants attacking me – Okorocha

There were plots to kidnap my children during consolidation – Soludo

READ IT: Punch Newspapers

Daily Post Newspaper Headline February March 1 2021

Govt pays Boko Haram, bandits but want me dead – Sunday Igboho

Stop panic buying – Marketers tell Nigerians as fuel queues return

Abducted schoolgirls will soon regain freedom – FG delegation to Zamfara

Oyo lawmakers move to probe illegal market structures, revenue leakages

Zamfara govt refutes rumours of school girls release

2023: Leave APC before it’s too late – Bamgbose tells Igbo presidential aspirants

READ IT: Daily Post

Daily Trust Newspaper Headline March 1 2021

Jangebe Abduction Will Be The Last – Buhari

Bale Double Helps Tottenham Crush Burnley

Chelsea Frustrated In Home Stalemate With Man United

Lukaku Takes Seconds To Score As Inter Thump Genoa

Baseball And Softball Association To Stage National U-12, U-15 Tourney In April

READ IT: Daily Trust

The Nation Newspaper Headline March 1 2021

Jakande was conscientious, meticulous as governor, says former Speaker

Harvest of tributes as former COAS Eduok is interred

Messi, Burna Boy, others star in Pepsi New Fizz campaign

Imo stakeholders urge Uzodimma to recover stolen funds, property

Celebrities mourn as popular music producer, Dokta Frabz dies

Mixed reactions as Davido steps out with American IG model, Mya Yafai

READ IT: The Nation

Vanguard Newspaper Headline March 1 2021

PDP postpones purchase of forms for Anambra governorship primaries

NNPC says no plan to increase petrol price, cautions against panic buying

CSO calls for release of Yakasai

Nigeria’s Digital Switchover: Fresh missteps loom

25,000 liters of urine from over 5,000 rabbits to serve as organic fertilizer — NALDA

Capacity building for tanker drivers is bringing sanity on roads — FRSC Lagos Sector Commander

Gov Emmanuel donates land for proposed Air Traffic School

READ IT: VanaguardNGR

Guardian Newspaper Headline March 1 2021

Ultra-modern Bauchi permanent Hajj camp at 95 per cent completion, gulps N725m

Solskjaer rages at penalty talk as Man United draw another blank

Data usage pushes MTN revenue to #1.3tr

South Africa to ease virus restrictions after ‘dramatic decline

Former West Ham boss Roeder dies aged 65

Fuel: Stop panic buying, IPMAN advises

Trump endorses rival to Republican who voted to impeach

Zamfara abducted school girls will be released soon – Matawalle

Jangebe abduction will be the last – Buhari

READ IT: GuardianNG

Daily Sun Newspaper Headline March 1 2021

Kaduna: Bandits kill 7, injure 1 in two LGAs

2020/21 admissions: JAMB, institutions set June 15 deadline

…Change of service chiefs not solution – Iwuanyanwu

…Bishop Chukwuma hits Buhari for handling situation with kid gloves

Ofili races to new African 200m indoor record

Arsenal Golf and Country Club inducts Sen. Onyewuchi

READ IT: Sunnews

Nigerian Tribune Headline March 1 2021

Nigeria records 240 new COVID-19 infections, total now 155,657

Akeredolu restates commitment to conducive business environment

NALDA harvests 25,000 litres of urine from 5,000 rabbits for fertiliser in Imo

Farmers seek FG support on dwindling fortunes in oil palm sector

Nigerians apprehensive over possible increase in fuel price, says IPMAN

PDP Reps caucus tackle Buhari over alleged breach of democratic ethos

READ IT: TribuneNigeria

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