7 Reputable Websites to Read Daily News in Nigeria


Would you like to know where to get daily news, especially headlines, in Nigeria?

I am here to help you, as I have gathered 7 reputable websites for you to read news in Nigeria.

Note: There’s a post on the blog that talks about daily newspapers and their websites, go here to read it.

1. Legit.ng

“In today’s world, there are tons of informational clutter. But we are here to select and emphasise the vital information, that is interesting, entertaining and useful.”

2. Today.ng

“TODAY.NG is a leading native digital news site with a primary focus on Nigeria and world news coverage.”

3. Sahara Reporters

“Sahara Reporters is an online community of international reporters and social advocates dedicated to bringing you commentaries, features, news reports from a Nigerian-African perspective.”

4. Premium Times

Premium Times Services Limited, publishers of Premium Times, is a Nigerian media organisation based in Abuja with a vision to help strengthen Nigeria’s democracy, advance the socio-economic wellbeing and rights of the people, promote and enrich their cultural practices, and advocate for best practices, good governance, transparency and human rights, in line with the values expected of a modern democratic state.

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5. Nigerian Bulletin

“Get connected to the latest Nigeria news from Nigeria’s top newspapers and blogs.”

6. Dailypost.ng

Daily Post is a premium leading newspaper that is developed and written exclusively for Nigerians. It is packed with up-to-the-minute local and national news, politics, metro, business, entertainment, sports, and opinions.

7. Linda Ikeji’s Blog

Had to include this for lovers of entertainment and (celebrity) gossip.

News, Events, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Fashion, Beauty, Inspiration and yes… Gossip! *Wink*

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