Nigeria News Headlines Today February 21 2020

Here are the news headlines for today Friday, February 21, 2020, from iDONSABI.

Punch Newspaper Headline February 21 2020

Lagos Assembly receives Amotekun Bill, begins public hearing Monday

Coronavirus: No Nigerian among 29 infected foreigners, says China

Leah Sharibu: Mother, others protest in UK, petition

Ighalo makes Europa League debut

Coronavirus is caused by corruption – Magu

Aso Rock assistant director to be buried Friday

WHO, UNICEF rank Nigeria poor in child survival index

READ IT: Punch Newspapers

Daily Post Newspaper Headline February 21 2020

David Lyon’s sack: Again PDP asks IGP Adamu to arrest Oshiomhole, gives reasons

Amotekun: Lagos Assembly to carve out outfit from LSNC, holds public hearing Monday

Abba Kyari vs Monguno: Buhari recognises his Chief of Staff as ‘Deputy President’ – Ex-Emir of Gwandu

Abba Kyari vs Monguno: ‘Buhari is dead, El-Rufai, Sultan of Sokoto, recruited Jubril Al-Sudan’ – Nnamdi Kanu

Buhari is an illiterate, less-concerned about Nigeria’s future’ – Afenifere chieftain, Ayo Adebanjo

Ohanaeze raises alarm over Amaechi’s life, calls for arrest, questioning of Aisha Yesufu

READ IT: Daily Post

Daily Trust Newspaper Headline February 21 2020

Nigeria will defeat terrorism – Sultan

Aregbesola: We have met US visa conditions

Almajirai: Arrest irresponsible fathers – Emir Sanusi

EFCC arrests ex-Kogi governor, Abubakar Audu’s son, Muhammed

Edo govt revokes Ibori’s property C of O

FG needs additional 100,000 soldiers to defeat insurgents – Zulum

Maryam Sanda asks Appeal Court to nullify death sentence

5 killed in Edo cult war

$9.5m FIFA grant fraud: Court dismisses application to join Pinnick, Sanusi

The Nation Newspaper Headline February 21 2020

APC returns to Supreme Court, seeks reversal of judgment on Bayelsa

Nigeria will win anti-terror war- Sultan

Oyo govt. to introduce identification cards for Okada riders

Buhari will not resign – Lai Mohammed

Bayelsa: Falana seeks probe of invasion of Justice Odili’s residence

READ IT: The Nation

Vanguard Newspaper Headline February 21 2020

Child Flourishing: Nigerians Ranks Among Bottom 10 Countries Globally — Report

Oyo Moves To Achieve Independent Power Supply

Buhari ‘Fully In-Charge Of Critical Affairs Of Govt’ ―BMO

Nigeria Willing To Transfer Technology To Other African Countries — NABDA Boss

Amazon Founder, Jeff Bezos Commits $10 Billion To Climate Change Fund

Gov Mohammad Appoints Principal Private Secretary

NCC, NIPOST To Sign MOU On E-Services

READ IT: VanaguardNGR

Guardian Newspaper Headline February 21 2020

Leah Sharibu’s mother meets Archbishop of Canterbury in London

Focus on Paderborn, not Chelsea – Flick warns Bayern Munich

Barcelona use La Liga rule to sign Braithwaite

Lesotho PM to be charged Friday with murder of estranged wife

‘All-knowing’ Oshiomhole destroying APC, says Muiz Banire

Quadruple murderer scheduled for execution in Tennessee

Early morning fire razes 13 shops at Kano Singer market

Germany city Hanau reels after mass shooting

LASG inaugurates Fadama food market in Badagry

READ IT: GuardianNG

Daily Sun Newspaper Headline February 21 2020

Adamawa: 2 killed, 1 injured, as gunmen attack community

UK: New immigration policy to favour Nigerians – High Commissioner

Kogi under siege as four Civil Defence Corps kidnapped

FG to set up one industry in each senatorial zone

Germany shooting: ‘Far-right extremist’ carried out shisha bars attacks, says Prosecutor

Police in Adamawa attempt to stop r-PDP leadership meeting

READ IT: Sunnews

Nigerian Tribune Headline February 21 2020

Give me employment, wife of slain police corporal begs INEC, NPF

Film making: Nollywood lovers are extremists ― Adeyemi

Gov Diri appoints SSG, Chief of Staff, two others

Senate seeks amnesty for repentant Boko Haram members

I’m aware of havoc poverty is wreaking on Nigerian families ― Buhari

Buhari will not resign over insecurity ― Lai Mohammed

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

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