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Here are the major headlines for Monday, September 14, 2020

Punch

  • MKO Abiola’s Cameroonian wife briefed me to challenge sons’ detention –Ozekhome
  • Nollywood actor, Ayo Akinwale, is dead
  • Dangote refinery will sell petrol at international price, says FG
  • Failed state: Presidency, ACF attack Obasanjo as Ohanaeze, Afenifere defend ex-president
  • Nigerians are suffering, Jega, Onaiyekan tell Buhari
  • Protesting workers lock out VC, students as LASU resumes
  • Workers shut down Arik Air operations in Lagos
  • Varsities won’t reopen until our demands are met – ASUU
  • UPDATED: One killed as bus, SUV collide with moving train in Lagos
  • Reps to mandate federal character in service chiefs’ appointments
  • Japan ruling party elects Yoshihide Suga as PM successor
  • Three Lebanese soldiers killed in hunt for ‘terrorist’
  • Fireworks as Obaseki, Ize-Iyamu meet face-to-face at Edo debate
  • Ligue 1: Neymar blames racism for PSG loss to Marseille
  • Man records ‘sex movie’ inside Osun grove, shares on social media
  • UPDATED: One killed as bus, SUV collide with moving train in Lagos
  • Herdsmen rob Ogun farmer, rape 16-year-old daughter
  • Police apprehend mobile phone fraudsters in Lagos
  • Dino will make a better president than Buhari
  • Notes from the Underground
  • Nigeria needs a new political movement
  • PDP, APC rain harsh words on gov candidates, deputy
  • Yari behind my rumoured meeting with Zamfara gov –Marafa
  • Edo: PDP, APC fight over vote-buying plot, Tinubu mentioned
  • External forces not influencing constitution review – Omo-Agege
  • PDP alleges plot to scuttle Edo election
  • Top 10 exporters earned $74.78m in one month
  • Private tank farms crippled refineries, says IPMAN
  • Tariff increase: Discos get 85% collection order
  • CBN, DBN urge MfBs to improve sustainable banking
  • Equity market closes week negative with 0.05% loss
  • NNPC to support deployment of gas facilities
  • Your strike is illegal, FG tells JOHESU
  • Russia set bad precedent by approving COVID-19 vaccine before trial completion — Physician
  • Public hospitals have no right to reject patients —Don
  • Ligue 1: Neymar blames racism for PSG loss to Marseille
  • Okorodudu: How I survived before ministry paid my salary
  • Thiem beats Zverev to win US Open

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The Nation

  • Hard knocks for Obasanjo over attack on Buhari govt 
  • Take to Obasanjo’s advice, PDP tells Buhari, Fed Govt 
  • Ikeja Electric’s killer bills and NERC Forum’s delayed action 
  • BREAKING: Gunmen murder Council Director in Ekiti
  • BREAKING: Union shuts down Arik Air operations in Lagos 
  • VIDEO: Train rams into bus in Lagos 
  • BREAKING: Train rams into bus in Lagos
  • You’re Divider-In-Chief, Presidency blasts Obasanjo 
  • Residents protest monarch’s highhandedness 
  • Masari to Army: capture bandits’ leaders to free Katsina 
  • RRS arrests two suspected fraudsters  
  • Suspects excrete 124 wraps of cocaine 
  • FG shifts talks with NLC, TUC, others to Tuesday 
  • Court remands suspected mastermind of Kwara killings 
  • FG stops alcohol in sachets, polythene 
  • Fed Govt asks states to prepare for emergency flood response
  • Man held for making porn video at Osun Osogbo shrine  
  • Fed Govt begins N4m medium cost homes in Oyo 
  • Two killed, policeman shot in Kogi robbery attack 
  • Who is Osaro Omoruyi? 
  • Coalition defends fuel, electricity tariff hike 
  • 16 abducted, four shot by gunmen in Kaduna
  • Health workers begin nationwide strike Monday 
  • Birthed in integrity, the enduring legacy of Captain ‘Hosa 
  • #BBNaija: How Nigerians voted out Prince, Kiddwaya 
  • Police warn students against protest on fuel price hike 
  • Imo APC crisis: Nlemigbo flays screening committee chair for mischief 
  • Prince evicted from #BBNaija 
  • One dead, four injured in Delta building collapse
  • Kiddwaya evicted from #BBNaija 
  • Is Bello on course in Kogi? 
  • Bayelsa council workers to get N30,000 pay 
  • ‘We won’t allow Fayose to hijack Ekiti PDP’ 
  • Has Nigeria started flattening the curve? 
  • Robbing Peter to pay Paul 
  • Only sickness can stop me, says Osimhen
  • 18 in race to become UI VC 
  • Telecom firms spend $321 billion on capex

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