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Here are the major headlines for Monday, September 7, 2020

The Nation

  • JUST IN: Houses, shops burnt as tanker explodes in Niger 
  • Challenges before Bayelsa commissioners, special advisers 
  • Okorocha’s loyalists back Uzodimma’s bid to unite APC
  • 24 die in Jigawa flood disaster 
  • Gunmen kill three, abduct seven in Kaduna attacks
  • Camps disagree on violence 
  • Okonjo-Iweala on role of WTO in vaccine production 
  • Paying more for petrol, electricity 
  • $9.6b P&ID judgment vindicates Magu, says lawyer 
  • Border closure 
  • Ngige’s kinsmen insist on monarch’s suspension  
  • Undergraduate, 47 kids rescued from Osun baby factory
  • ‘CAMA will boost competitiveness, attract investments’ 
  • Teacher molests seven-year-old in toilet 
  • Nigeria records 100 new COVID-19 cases, total now 55,005 
  • Tinubu hails selection of ‘worthy’ Oniru 
  • Protesters defy heavy security in Belarus 
  • Police hunt for man in UK after one dead, seven injured in stabbings 
  • Pope Francis: gossip is ‘worse plague’ than COVID 
  • Keita flies to UAE after minor stroke 
  • ‘We will defeat APC at election’ 
  • PDP chieftain predicts party’s failure
  • Suspected PDP thugs tear APC’s banners 
  • I will defeat Oshiomhole in his ward, Shaibu boasts
  • PDP urges INEC’s, security agencies’ neutrality 
  • APC youths allege attack by thugs at Esan Central 
  • Ize-Iyamu to reverse neglect of traders 
  • Panic, red alert in Abuja over Boko Haram camps 
  • Subsidy removal a tough decision, says Presidency 
  • Malami: Nigeria didn’t make $200m cash deposit on P&ID 
  • ‘Fed Govt spent N30.5b to fight COVID-19 in four months’ 
  • Fidelity Bank posts N105.8b half year gross earnings 
  • Kwara, Sterling Bank partner on Health insurance
  • Rivers govt, Labour clash as workers plan showdown 
  • Why NWC was dissolved, by APC 
  • Southern Kaduna crisis: Miyeti-Allah seeks end to underage cattle rearers 
  • Much ado about crowd farming platforms
  • Elon Musk test-drove its competing electric models
  • ‘How we will grow insurance to N1tr in two years’ 
  • COVID-19 last week’s review: Fewer tests, lower cases of new infections 
  • Can Nigeria enforce reciprocity in air services? 
  • ‘Power, others hike insurance industry’s cost’ 
  • Buhari greets ex-Nestle Chairman Osunkeye on his 80th birthday 
  • How to win battle against fake news, by Dare, others 
  • Buhari for ECOWAS summit 
  • Malami seeks more time to release Melaye’s file on foreign accounts 
  • Aremu, Okei-Odumakin fault fuel, electricity price hike 
  • Pastor, others sue FCMB for N5b over ‘false report on Magu’ 
  • AMCON seizes hotel’s assets over N600m debt
  • N5b monthly vote on IDPs ‘not sustainable’ 
  • Hoodlums attack Lagos monarch 
  • Two held for defrauding German firm of N6.7b 
  • Three die after inhaling toxic fumes in Ondo
  • Bus passengers burn to death in Anambra 
  • Sanusi seeks investment in solar panel production

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Punch

  • Naira set to gain as CBN resumes forex sales
  • Mixed reactions greet Djokovic’s disqualification from US Open
  • Matuidi fails to lift Miami in MLS debut
  • UPDATED: Three killed in Ondo road crash
  • PDP can’t win in Ekiti without justice, unity – Olujimi
  • INEC, security agencies face tough task as Edo gov poll holds
  • Real estate sector contracted by 17.18% –NBS
  • Oshiomhole-led NWC sacked to end party crisis – APC
  • Undergraduate ordered to sweep road for Internet fraud
  • Don’t compromise national interest, navy charges War College
  • Aregbesola’s aide threatens Osun debt office with lawsuit
  • Group, APC disagree over Oshiomhole’s convoy accident
  • Bye-elections: PDP presents quality candidates, says Diri
  • 27 stranded Nigerian girls return home from Lebanon
  • Mali: Keita must return home after three-month treatment – Military
  • Curfew: Police detain Lagos doctor as pregnant woman, baby die
  • Why I’ve decided to support Ize-Iyamu against Obaseki – Okunbo
  • 13 power plants shut, Discos reject 8,733.39MW in one week
  • UPDATED: Three killed in Ondo road crash
  • Undergraduate ordered to sweep road for Internet fraud
  • Police recover decomposed body, arrest suspects in Anambra
  • Increases in tax, electricity tariff and fuel price
  • Buhari, Messi and onibode Apomu
  • Post-coronavirus global economy and international order (2)
  • Asthma: A systematic approach to symptom management
  • Of fuel price hike and the people’s elasticity limit
  • Nwachukwu @ 80: A bulging past with a long shadow
  • PDP can’t win in Ekiti without justice, unity – Olujimi
  • Oshiomhole-led NWC sacked to end party crisis – APC
  • Dead party: We’ll surprise Tinubu on October 10, vows PDP
  • Why I’ve decided to support Ize-Iyamu against Obaseki – Okunbo
  • Politicians should stop deploying violence in elections – INEC
  • Bayelsa Assembly speaker denies fleeing with mace
  • Naira set to gain as CBN resumes forex sales
  • Real estate sector contracted by 17.18% –NBS
  • 13 power plants shut, Discos reject 8,733.39MW in one week
  • We’ll implement new economic plan January 2021 –Minister
  • Knocks for FG over petrol price, electricity tariff hike
  • Ogun offers 30% discount on land charges
  • Schools reopening: Washing facilities shortage puts pupils at risk of COVID-19
  • Nasarawa govt can’t ban doctors from private practice — Physicians
  • Don’t treat low sperm count with hormonal drugs, fertility expert warns
  • Mixed reactions greet Djokovic’s disqualification from US Open
  • Matuidi fails to lift Miami in MLS debut
  • Leonardo hopeful Neymar, Di Maria’ll play against Marseille

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