Newspaper Headlines from Nigerian dailies May 5, 2021, can be accessed below.
Here are the Newspaper Headlines from Nigerian dailies today
ACF, Ohanaeze, PDP slam Buhari as Presidency alleges coup plot
Parents of 29 college students still in kidnappersâ€™ den protest at National Assembly
CBN should pay N100m Greenfield studentsâ€™ ransom before itâ€™s too late â€“ Gumi
Insecurity worsening despite N10.02tn six-year security vote â€“ BudgIT
Slain jobseeker: Mob vandalises Akwa Ibom alleged serial rapistâ€™s house, â€˜arrestsâ€™ father.
The Guardian newspaper
Travel ban on India could hamper drug imports, hike prices, say pharmacists
Buhari flays reprisals in Benue, mob attacks in Anambra
Over one million bags of â€˜Tinubu riceâ€™ flood North East
Growing the economy amid revenue crash
Nigeria beams searchlight on vessels from India, Brazil, South Africa.
Everyone connected with Umorenâ€™s death will be punished â€” Gov Emmanuel
NSCDC, Police stop Fulani herdsmen from entering 2 Kwara LGAs
2021 BUDGET: 316 projects worth N39.5bn duplicated â€” BudgIT
Tech-Start-ups: Why new entrepreneurs fail to get early funding
ICPC warns against project duplication.
The Nation newspaper
Lagos to prosecute Baba Ijesha
Presidency: weâ€™ve uncovered plot to bring down Buhari
CAN slams govt, NSCIA seeks deeper probe
Anxiety over fate of Greenfield varsity students
Anxiety over fate of Greenfield varsity students.
Regime Change: Youâ€™re Haunted By Your Shadow, PDP Tells Buhari
Greenfield Student Regains Freedom
Baba Ijesha Risks Life Sentence As Lagos Prepares Charges Against Him
Residents Anxious As Osogbo Flyover Project Enters Third Month
Insecurity: Ondo Begins Registration Of Taxi Drivers.