Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today 25th Of February



Buhari’s new money laundering laws

IMPROVING our anti-corruption strategies received traction in the two bills that President Muhammadu Buhari forwarded to the National Assemb to the National Assembly last month. The action, which comes amid the renewed vigour in the anti-graft war, is gratifying. Given the significance of these bills, the legislature should expeditiously consider them


Padded budget: I’m embarrassed, says Buhari

For the first time late Tuesday night, President Muhammadu Buhari, broke his silence on padding in the 2016 budget proposal currently before the National Assembly, vowing to deal decisively with the masterminds.

The Sun

Naira gains 30%, sells for N250/dollar

THE naira gained about 30 per cent on Wednesday against the dollar at the parallel market to trade between N250 and N280 from N364 at which it sold on Tuesday ending two weeks of free fall when it peaked at N403 against the greenback at the parallel market last week Thursday.


Economy Could Get Worse, Says El-Rufai

Kaduna state governor, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, has said that the challenging economic conditions facing the country  could  get worse.


NNPC smokes out vandals from Ogun forest

The corporation had stormed Ogere Remo in Ogun State and caught the three vandals, Lanre Adewusi (47), Agbor Ayang (25) and Ebak Oyama (24) in the act, siphoning fuel, while other members of the gang fledon sighting the security operatives.

Daily Trust

Former acting national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Uche Secondus has been arrested by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
National Mirror

Osinbajo, Tinubu, Saraki, Atiku, others in crucial meeting

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo yesterday met with the leadership of All Progressives Congress, APC, National Assembly and other party chieftains behind closed door at the Presidential Villa.


Again, Amnesty International Indicts Military On Human Rights Abuse, War Crimes

Amnesty International Nigeria has said human rights violations and war crimes continues to be perpetrated by the Nigeria military in the war against Boko Haram.

The Nation

PDP chief in trouble over 23 cars bought with oil cash

Detectives are questioning a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chief on how crude oil proceeds were used to buy choice vehicles for party big wigs.


Senate summons Industries Minister, NBC over DStv

THE Senate, on Wednesday, summoned the Minister of Industries, Trade and lnvestment, Mr Emeka Enelamah, Director-General, Nigeria Broadcasting Commission (NBC) and the  Director-General of Consumer Protection Council (CPC), over what the chamber termed unwholesome practices by Multichoice Nigeria (DStv).