Nigerian Newspapers Today & Latest Updates


Nigerian Newspapers Today – This page provides a guides on the Online newspapers today in Nigeria for latest news on sport, entertainment, politics, business, life style. It is worthy to note that the number of media houses have tremendously increased in with the advent of the internet. In Nigeria, There are 10 most popularly read and trusted Newspapers. Confidence on this Newspapers is a result of publishing authentic and genuine news.  Due to improved mobile penetration and the growth of smartphones, Nigerians have begun to rely on the internet for news. newspapers have also been able to bypass government restrictions because content can be shared without the need for any physical infrastructure.

Top 7 Nigerian Newspapers Today

Business Day, established in 2001, is a daily business newspaper based in Lagos. It is the only Nigerian indigenous newspaper with a bureau in Accra, Ghana. It has both daily and Sunday titles. It circulates in Nigeria and Ghana…see more


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The Daily Sun is a Nigerian daily print newspaper founded and published in KiriKiri Industrial Layout, Lagos, Nigeria. As of 2011 The Sun had a daily print run of 130,000 copies, and 135,000 for weekend titles, with an average of 80% sales. This made The Sun the highest selling newspaper in Nigeria…see more

THISDAY Newspapers is a Nigerian national newspaper. It is the flagship newspaper of Leaders & Company Ltd and was first published on 22 January 1995. It has its headquarters in Apapa, Lagos, Lagos State. Founded by Nduka Obaigbena, the Chairman & Editor-in-Chief of the THISDAY Media Group and ARISE News Channel…see more

The Guardian is an independent daily newspaper published in Lagos, Nigeria, by Guardian Newspapers Limited. The Guardian was established in 1983 by Alex Ibru, an entrepreneur, and Stanley Macebuh, a top journalist with the Daily Times newspapers. The Guardian was a pioneer in introducing high-quality journalism to Nigeria with…see more

The Punch newspaper was founded by two friends, James Aboderin, an accountant, and Sam Amuka, a columnist and editor at the Daily Times of Nigeria. Amuka became the first editor of the Sunday Punch. In November 1976, a few years after the first print of its Sunday edition, the duo started printing their trademark daily newspaper. Both editions were designed to favour a friendlier apolitical approach to news reporting, combining footage of social events with everyday political news…see more

The Nigerian Tribune is an English-language newspaper published in Ibadan in Nigeria. It was established in 1949 by Obafemi Awolowo and is the oldest surviving private Nigerian newspaper. In the colonial era, the newspaper served as the mouthpiece for Awolowo’s populist welfare programmes. It also played an important role in defending the interests of the Yoruba people in a period when different ethnic groups…see more

The Daily Times is a newspaper with headquarters in Lagos. At its peak, in the 1970s, it was one of the most successful locally owned businesses in Africa. The paper went into decline after it was purchased by the government in 1975. What was left was sold to a private investor in 2004. Folio Communications Limited officially assumed the ownership of the Daily Times of Nigeria Plc on September 3, 2004 after a colorful handover ceremony that was televised…see more

Nigerian Newspapers Headlines Today

» NGOs Withdraw Workers As Boko Haram Plans Massive Attacks On Borno, Yobe Communities: see details
» N2.1 Billion Arms Deal: Appeal Court Acquits Dokpesi & His Firm (Photos): see details
» Erling Haaland’s Agent, Mino Raiola & Father Land In Barcelona For Talks (Photos): see details
» Ogun Government Inaugurates Amotekun Corps: see details
» ‘All My Years Of Struggles Are Over’ — KessyDriz In Tears Over Wike’s ₦10M Gift (Pix): see details
» Missing Jet: Chief Of Air Staff, Air Marshal Amao Lands In Maiduguri (Pictures): see details
» Illegal Oil Bunkery: Military Destroys Creek At Ibeto In Rivers State (Photos): see details

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