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Here are the major headlines for Friday, October 16, 2020

Punch

  • #EndSARS protesters block Lagos-Ibadan Expressway
  • APC, PDP clash over attack on #EndSARS protesters in Lagos
  • Accident: Two killed during Lagos #EndSARS protest -Police
  • Truckmaker Volvo records 23% drop in profit
  • Sanwo-Olu: Two testy days at work
  • How my wife was arrested by SARS operatives —Poju Oyemade
  • Serie A: Ibrahimovic set for Milan derby, Ronaldo in quarantine
  • La Liga: Barcelona ponder Messi rest as Madrid await Hazard
  • EPL: Liverpool face Everton, Man United may enter relegation zone
  • Drug trafficking: Mexico ex-defence minister arrested in US
  • Travel association asks UK to repeal 14-day quarantine law for African travellers
  • #EndSARS: Nigerians express fears as #TwitterDown for hours
  • World Bank to support Nigeria’s health, education sectors
  • IGP’s lawyer tackles PSC, says Appeal Court judgment twisted
  • #EndInsecurityNow protests rock Kaduna, Gombe, Kano, Bauchi, others
  • Accident: Two killed during Lagos #EndSARS protest -Police
  • Court jails two Internet fraudsters in Ibadan
  • Three arrested for gang-raping Ogun 16-year-old, filming crime
  • Takeaways from the #Endsars upheaval
  • So Ondo too hosted the symbols of quality leadership
  • Who said you cannot start all over
  • Sanwo-Olu: Two testy days at work
  • #EndSARS: President Buhari, you’re missing it, again
  • WFD: Boosting food security through aggressive agricultural development
  • APC, PDP clash over attack on #EndSARS protesters in Lagos
  • INEC gives date for 2023 presidential election
  • ‘Police must be accountable to Nigerians’
  • PDP cautions Fayemi on renaming Oba’s market
  • I’m still in APC – Expelled Ondo lawmaker
  • Plateau PDP berates ex-gov over comments on congress
  • You can’t control minerals, FG tells states
  • American firm acquires Nigerian start-up, Paystack, for $200m
  • Nigeria’s September inflation rate hits 13.71%, highest in 30 months
  • We’ve reduced loss by 99.7% to N1.7bn – NNPC
  • Minister inspects Caverton MRO and flight simulator initiatives
  • Youths deserve better standard of living – Minister
  • Serie A: Ibrahimovic set for Milan derby, Ronaldo in quarantine
  • La Liga: Barcelona ponder Messi rest as Madrid await Hazard
  • EPL: Liverpool face Everton, Man United may enter relegation zone

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • #ENDSARS: Anonymous hacks NBC twitter handle 
  • Creation of SWAT hasty, governors tell IG Adamu 
  • Sanwo-Olu: Two testy days at work 
  • #ENDSARS: No cell break in Lagos, say Police
  • An enemy of the people, by Femi Adesina 
  • ‘NIPRD, NIMR rapid test kits not yet confirmed’ 
  • Former employee sues Odu’a Investment 
  • MC Oluomo: I didn’t sponsor attack on Lagos #EndSARS protesters
  • NACA requires $2.4bn to control HIV 
  • Fayemi: my promise to deliver legacy project on course
  • NACA requires $2.4bn to control HIV 
  • Sacks of diesel hidden in beer truck 
  • Makinde, Oyetola, greet Alaafin at 82
  • Suspected rapist exposes 13-year-old to porn 
  • Lagos engages 35 waste managers 
  • Three killed in dawn attack on Kogi community 
  • Military killed two Southern Kaduna youths, SOKAPU alleges 
  • Activists to National Assembly: don’t abandon NDDC probe report
  • Centre supports #EndSars protest 
  • ‘Why Obaseki administration should invest more in education’ 
  • Court voids sack of NIA’s ex-Acting DG
  • Party chieftain seeks police reform 
  • Abia, JOHESU to meet on salary arrears 
  • UPP collapses structures into PDP in Imo 
  • Dare to flag off Ogbomosoland Marathon 
  • J. P. Clark’s body moved to Kiagbodo for burial 
  • Pulev taunts Joshua ahead of showdown 
  • RCCG holds prayer protest 
  • Rohr may field home-based players against Sierra Leone 
  • #EndSARS protest legitimate, say TMC, MURIC 
  • Reformation of Madrasah in Nigeria  
  • Memorialising a meaningful life 
  • IE: eager to bill, tardy to serve
  • About Maryam Belgore’s coming birthday 
  • Gumsu Sanni-Abacha in a joyful mood 
  • DJ Right speaks on rising career after performance with Burna Boy 
  • Lawan, Gbajabiamila promise to push Fed Govt to implement protesters’ demands 
  • Sirika: Airline’s local flight simulators, others, will boost GDP
  • We will protect democracy, says military

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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