Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today; 10th April

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Punch

Refineries lose N14bn in one month

The amount of crude oil processed by Nigeria’s three refineries slumped by 224,342 metric tonnes between January and February 2016, the latest financial and operations report of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation indicated.

Vanguard

Presidency dismisses Shekarau’s allegations on Buhari’s govt insensitive to Nigerians’ plight

The Presidency has dismissed the allegations by former Gov. Ibrahim Shekarau of Kano State that the Buhari administration is insensitive to the plight of Nigerians.

The Sun

APC in govt, PDP in power –Buba Galadima, defunct CPC national scribe

Free yourself from ex-ruling party’s sympathisers, he tells Buhari

Thisday

Why Fuel Queues Persist

Chineme Okafor, in Abuja, writes on why queues at filling stations have refused to go in most states and what is being done to address the issue

Daily Times

DSS releases picture of Boko Haram founding member

This Department of State Services has arrested a suspected founding member of the Boko Haram, Mohammed Usman, in Lokoja, Kogi State

Daily Trust

2 APC supporters killed by truck in Gwagwalada

Two supporters of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Gwagwalada Area Council were crushed by a trailer yesterday afternoon.

Leadership

APC Faults Dickson Over Structure, Road Named After Alamieyeseigha

The All Progressive Congress (APC) in Bayelsa State yesterday described as laughable and a mockery the decision by the State Governor, Hon. Seriake Dickson to name two state structures to immortalise the late first civilian governor of the state and acclaimed governor-general of Ijaw nation, Diepreye Solomon Peter Alamieyeseigha.

The Nation

NSCDC destroys 400 illegal mini refineries in Bayelsa

The Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) in Bayelsa says it has destroyed more than 400 illegal mini refineries operated by oil thieves in the state.

New Telegraph

Osu warns FG against mandatory education policy

The Director of Social Communications, Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos, Monsignor, Gabriel Osu, has asked the Federal Government to provide explanation on the alleged adoption of a controversial compulsory curriculum for basic education in the country.

 

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