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Here are the major headlines for Friday, September 25, 2020

The Nation

  • 45% female MSMEs to benefit from N75b survival fund
  • Stalemate in govt, Labour talks on petrol, power prices 
  • Reps, DPR charge tank farm operators on safety 
  • Foreign portfolio investments drop by N124b 
  • Why Nigeria will celebrate at 60, by Fed Govt 
  • EFCC probe: Magu kicks as Malami refuses to appear before Salami panel
  • Court stops strike by NLC, TUC
  • NEPC: Nigeria can earn forex from mushroom 
  • ‘Banks spend $10b on offshore data storage yearly’ 
  • NLC, civil society groups rally for ‘total strike’ 
  • CAMA enacted to strengthen anti-corruption war, says  Buhari 
  • Go to court, RMAFC tells Bayelsa govt 
  • Removing obstructions for safe airspace 
  • Bringing sanity to railways 
  • Creation of more states possible, says Omo-Agege 
  • Security challenge a threat to Nigeria, says Gbajabiamila
  • Floods submerge Lokoja communities, others 
  • Why investment tribunal members were sacked, by minister
  • BUA ready to work for AfCFTA success 
  • Govt’s role is to create enabling environment, says Makinde
  • Buhari calls for global cooperation against illicit financial flows 
  • TUC tackles Fed Govt on $1.96b rail project 
  • China’s vaccine shows ‘no side effects’, says Russian pharmaceutical firm
  • Nigeria gets $2.1m U.S. support for household infectious survey 
  • Boko Haram commander, family surrender in Borno 
  • We paid N6m ransom each, kidnapped FRSC officials say
  • 30 injured as explosion rocks Lagos, Ogun communities
  • Fed Govt to support families affected by tanker explosion 
  • Another man dupes Amotekun applicants 
  • Group seeks ex-minister’s arrest for stripping hotel workers 
  • Ngige: Impostors behind Anambra APC letter 
  • Fed Govt will fix Kogi roads, Osinbajo assures Bello 
  • Masari: Katsina has come of age at 33 
  • Muoyo appointed FirstBank’s non-executive director 
  • Raising the bar in SMEs, start-ups training 
  • Pushing frontiers of corporate, investment banking 
  • Akwa Ibom workers threaten strike over entitlement 
  • Impostors behind Anambra APC letter to Buhari, says Ngige 
  • Wike releases N50m for Karibi-Whyte’s state burial 
  • Onne: ‘Customs ’ll meet N11b monthly target’

www.thenationonlineng.net

Punch

  • Ekiti APC suspends Buhari’s aide, Tinubu’s in-law, nine others
  • 174,574 apply for COVID-19 N75bn MSME survival fund
  • Stray bullets kill two as land grabbers, police clash
  • I’m not under any pressure to accept defeat – Ize-Iyamu
  • Robbers attack Ebonyi church rehearsal, rape girl, shoot another
  • Finance minister, others shun budget performance sitting, panel kicks
  • Labour shuns ruling stopping strike, talks with FG deadlocked
  • Insecurity: FG faults British MPs, CAN, SOKAPU back UK lawmakers
  • Nigerian collecting illegal $36,000/month from ship owners – Amaechi
  • 30 injured, 23 buildings, event centre, vehicles razed in Lagos gas explosion
  • School proprietress, other in court over visa scam
  • Tanker fire: Kogi declares two-day mourning, poly raises panel on casualties
  • Why I won’t honour Salami panel’s summons – Malami
  • Oriolowo clarifies N40m Osun senatorial constituency project
  • Man arrested for defrauding Amotekun applicants
  • Edo election: A post-mortem
  • Dirty fights in the holy place
  • Kaduna and the trouble with castrating female rapists
  • How independent are independent directors?
  • Why Buharinomics makes me nervous
  • Curbing financial crime with international best practices
  • Ekiti APC suspends Buhari’s aide, Tinubu’s in-law, nine others
  • I’m not under any pressure to accept defeat – Ize-Iyamu
  • Anambra APC disowns petition to Buhari against Ngige
  • INEC meets Ondo monarchs, seeks prayers, advocates peace
  • Ondo: Akeredolu, Jegede, others sign peace accord Tuesday
  • I didn’t beg Obaseki to return to APC — Ize-Iyamu
  • 174,574 apply for COVID-19 N75bn MSME survival fund
  • Finance minister, others shun budget performance sitting, panel kicks
  • Nigerian collecting illegal $36,000/month from ship owners – Amaechi
  • Oil marketers decry N320bn loss, oppose labour strike
  • Mitsubishi to stop Pajero sale in Nigeria 2021
  • Julius Berger to diversify into agro-processing
  • kpala, others want Pinnick to contest CAF presidency
  • Okorodudu: I can still coach at highest level
  • COVID-19: Nine Kwara United players test positive

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