Latest Nigeria News Headlines March 13 2021

Good day. Here are the news headlines for today, March 13 2021, from AllNigerianinfo.

Punch Newspaper Headline March 13 2021

LAUTECH final-year students sign out after prolonged academic year

Bulgaria suspends use of AstraZeneca vaccine

Buhari congratulates Pinnick on FIFA Council election

Don’t insult South-South govs, Wike warns Akpabio

Fuel price: PDP warns of mass protest

Lagos announces closure of Falomo Bridge for six weeks

Labour can’t reverse APC’s anti-people policies, says Wike

Missing funds: Nigerians shocked Buhari rewarded Buratai, ex-service chiefs with ambassadorial appointments

READ IT: Punch Newspapers

Daily Post Newspaper Headline February March 13 2021

NSA makes U-turn on funds for arms purchase missing under Buratai, says context was misquoted

Buhari has analogue mindset, non-proactive nature contributed to insecurity – Ex-Ohanaeze spokesman

No increment in price of petrol – Minister, Timipre Sylva

Supreme court affirms 10-year jail term for ex-Governor of Plateau State, Joshua Dariye

I will win presidential race in 2023 – Rochas Okorocha

Kaduna school abduction: Govt provides updates, declares 30 missing, 180 rescued

Daily Post

Daily Trust Newspaper Headline March 13 2021

Customs seizes N213.6m Indian hemp in Ogun

2 Police Officers Killed In Kwara Crash

Buhari Commissions NDDC Headquarters

Maj-Gen Alli-Keffi Assumes Command As 37th GOC 1 Division Kaduna

Anambra Police Declare Woman Child Trafficker Wanted

We Are Broke, House Of Reps Calls For Increased Allocation

We’ll Be Seen As Weak If We Dialogue With Bandits, Says FG

Bandits Kill Policeman, Set Station Ablaze In Benue

READ IT: Daily Trust

The Nation Newspaper Headline March 13 2021

Okorocha: Why Uzodimma should apologise to me

Nigeria lagging behind in the $11trn world’s digital economy, says NITDA DG

IGP IRT team arrest killers of POS operators in Aba

Polytechnic dropout remanded for presenting self as a lawyer in Osun court

Ngige to Organised Labour: No hike in petrol price

READ IT: The Nation

Vanguard Newspaper Headline March 13 2021

PDP advises FG against increasing pump price of petrol

#OccupyLekki: Court strikes out charges against 40 arrested protesters

This is not the democracy we fought for— Aare Adams

Why Nigeria has not changed for better — Bishop Oyedepo

Police arrest 101 kidnappers, other suspects within two weeks in Kano

Fugitive kidnap suspect arrested one year after murder of Chinese victim

WHO backs AstraZeneca COVID vaccine amid clotting concerns

READ IT: VanaguardNGR

Guardian Newspaper Headline March 13 2021

Defiant NY governor says won’t resign over harassment claims

Edo government releases guidelines for COVID-19 vaccination

Sanwo-Olu congratulates Lagos APC Chairman, Balogun at 70

Buratai unveils book, urges youths to always show respect for elders

Countries slam Russia at UN over Navalny case

Mauritanian ex-president to undergo regular police checks after graft charge

READ IT: GuardianNG

Daily Sun Newspaper Headline March 13 2021

Navy convenes court martial to try 13 officers for alleged illegalities

Don’t dare me, Wike warns Akpabio

Youths threaten mass action over poor state of PHCs

Fire guts multi-million naira electronic warehouse in Kaduna

EFCC arrests 57 internet fraud suspects, recovers two pump action rifles in Ogun

Basement Africa unveils Reality TV Show

READ IT: Sunnews

Nigerian Tribune Headline March 13 2021

Any plan to increase petrol price to N212 will cause mass protests, says PDP

Supreme Court affirms Dariye’s conviction on breach of public trust, quashes misappropriation charge

180 students, staff rescued, 30 still missing in Kaduna school abduction, says govt

Any plan to increase petrol price to N212 will cause mass protests, says PDP

78 Ebonyi First class graduates deny benefiting scholarship from Gov Umahi

Court to rule on Usoro’s No-case submission till June 10 over alleged N1.4bn fraud

READ IT: TribuneNigeria

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