Latest Nigeria News Headlines March 4 2021

Good day. Here are the news headlines for today, March 4 2021, from AllNigerianinfo.

Punch Newspaper Headline March 4 2021

I accept Buhari’s no-fly order, Zamfara has no airport –Matawalle

Deradicalised terrorists rejoin Boko Haram after spying on communities, says Zulum

#EndSARS: $2m, N17m stolen from my palace – Oba Akiolu

Food stuffs: Northern traders agree to resume north to south movement

Jangebe schoolgirls abductors are Hausa, Fulani, says Matawalle

I accept Buhari’s no-fly order, Zamfara has no airport –Matawalle

Abduction: I am ready to resign if that will end insecurity —Zamfara gov

Akeredolu sacks political appointees

Repentant bandits handed over abducted schoolgirls to security agents –Matawalle

READ IT: Punch Newspapers

Daily Post Newspaper Headline February March 4 2021

Northern traders suspend strike, agree to resume movement of food items to south

Nation that treats bandits better than intellectuals will not succeed – Fmr Gov, Peter Obi

‘No-fly zone’ order in Zamfara shows FG does not understand our security problem – Matawalle

Gunmen kill one traveller, injure two in Osun

Osun: Residents bemoan rising commercial motorcycle accidents in Ilesa

READ IT: Daily Post

Daily Trust Newspaper Headline March 4 2021

One Shot Dead As Violence Breaks out in Jangebe

Okorocha: Political Robbers Threatening To Recall Me From Senate

Makinde: Why Oyo Will Not Provide Free Land For Ranching

Tears As Jangebe Students Reunite With Parents In School Where They Were Abducted

READ IT: Daily Trust

The Nation Newspaper Headline March 4 2021

Court orders ex-BPE DG’s sureties to deposit N1.5b for bail

#ENDSARS: Hoodlums stole $2m, N17m from my palace – Akiolu

Reps to FG: direct INEC to create new Federal Constituencies

Court orders tailor to sweep premises for two weeks for stealing milo

Alleged graft: EFCC re-arraigns Justice Ofili-Ajumogobia, clears Obla SAN

READ IT: The Nation

Vanguard Newspaper Headline March 4 2021

Pastor abducted by Boko Haram insurgents in Chibok village released — Sources

CSN appoints King Sunny Ade as president

76bn World Bank project: Oyo not losing any fund, Makinde’s CPS says

Alleged religious profiling of military: FG afraid to investigate Sheikh Gumi ―CAN

Sancho fires Dortmund into German Cup semi-finals

Food blockade: Union calls off strike after Yahaya Bello’s intervention

READ IT: VanaguardNGR

Guardian Newspaper Headline March 4 2021

Over 2 million Nigerians registered on COVID-19 vaccine website in a day, says FG

Oil spills: Dutch, British judgments that rekindle hope for Niger Deltans

Director defends FBI actions ahead of US Capitol riot

6.3-magnitude earthquake hits central Greece

Macron admits France murdered Algerian independence figure

Algeria bomb plot foiled, three arrested

PIB will address infrastructure deficit in oil producing areas

Igbo Conference to Buhari: Insecurity capable of undermining your govt

Zipline begins world’s first ever drone delivery of COVID-19 vaccine in Ghana

Senate calls for construction of Badagary-Sokoto Expressway

READ IT: GuardianNG

Daily Sun Newspaper Headline March 4 2021

China Africa Business Council Launches First Africa Office in Lagos

Akeredolu sacks aides, appoints new ones

FEC approves N809.7bn for Abuja-Kano road, 44 firefighting vehicles and equipment, NSIP app

Sanwo-Olu blows hot, threatens to expose cabal behind Apapa gridlock

We must not allow criminals overrun Nigeria – Shema

Ekiti: Police arrest four persons for alleged impersonation

READ IT: Sunnews

Nigerian Tribune Headline March 4 2021

Food embargo: Northern traders call off strike, take case to Buhari

Reps tackle INEC for failing to review federal constituencies 22 years after

Senate seeks FG’s attention for abandoned Badagry-Sokoto Expressway

Police frustrating efforts ― Oyo Judicial panel, petitioners

FEC okays N809.7bn for Abuja-Kano road

Police promotion: PSC insists no zone is marginalised

READ IT: TribuneNigeria

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