Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today; 5th April

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Punch

Fuel scarcity paralyses Lagos, other major cities

The scarcity of petrol got worse in many parts of the country on Monday despite assurances by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation that the situation would improve.

Vanguard

Four persons including the All Progressives Congress, APC, youth leader, were feared killed in another bloody clash between Fulani herdsmen and farmers at Tse Tia, in Tarka Local Government area of Benue State.

Thisday

Buhari Blames PDP for Nigeria’s Economic Woes

President Muhammadu Buhari monday held the Peoples Democratic Party’s 16-year reign responsible for the nation’s prevailing economic woes and said the party failed to save for the rainy day.

The Sun

Okorocha has destroyed Imo State -Ohakim

For those who care to know, former governor of Imo State, Chief Ikedi Ohakim hopes to return to Imo Douglas House in 2019. In this interview with a select group of Journalists, he spoke on various issues including the crisis in the Imo PDP and the alleged plot of governor Okorocha to replace himself with an Orlu Man

Daily Times

Saraki finally speaks on alleged false asset declaration

Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, Monday said he has fully complied with the provisions of the law on declaration of assets by public officers.

Guardian

Al-Makura appoints sole administrators for local councils

Nasarawa State Governor, Umaru Al-Makura, has approved the appointment of sole administrators in 11 out of the 13 local councils in the state.

Daily Trust

It was free for all fight at the Nasarawa State House of Assembly yesterday, over the appointment of 11 local government council sole administrators by Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura.
The fracas happened during plenary that saw the honourable members exchanging blows and destroying seats and other valuables in the chambers.

Leadership

We Need To Re-establish Integrity Of Nigeria – PMB

President Muhammadu Buhari has stressed the urgent need to ensure that the potentials of Nigeria are harnessed and used for the good of the country.

The Nation

Immigration tragedy: Fed Govt gives jobs to 105

Activities in the Ministry of Interior were yesterday morning disrupted by protesting “dispersed recruits” of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS).

Tribune

Don’t compare us with Boko Haram, Shiite insists

THE Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), otherwise known as the Shiite, has insisted that those propagating that the sect is another Boko Haram in the making or are collaborating with the terrorist group should drop the ideas, as their weapon is good reasoning and truth.

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