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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Punch

  • Infidelity: Police detain woman for killing live-in lover
  • APC, PDP trade words over $2.4bn Chinese loans, others
  • Cross River trader detained as woman dies in shop
  • Businessman detained on Lai’s order, sues minister, IG, demands N500m
  • Nigeria’s oil projects threatened as IOCs suffer $27.8bn loss
  • Lagos artistes accuse police of extortion, sexual harassment
  • Police arrest Imo monarch, pastor for alleged kidnap
  • Second NNPC ex-GMD dies within three months
  • PDP asks Oshiomhole to present Primary Six certificate
  • Court orders NDDC contractors to forfeit N827.6m
  • Naming railway station after Jonathan demeaning – PANDEF
  • High debt profile: Publish details of loans or face legal action, NLC, TUC, others tell FG
  • Pondei, others spent N5bn as medical allowances – Senate report
  • Man dies after Benin herbalist defrauds family of N5m
  • Resumption: Stay at home, FG tells students with cough, other symptoms
  • Ondo deputy gov set to resign from PDP
  • Why ‘Igbo made’ is best of African enterprise
  • Let every state appoint non-indigene commissioner
  • The vindication of Akinwumi Adesina
  • Nigeria’s post-COVID-19 recovery plan misses the mark
  • NBC’s sixth code of expired values
  • Re: Lagos needs help
  • PDP asks Oshiomhole to present Primary Six certificate
  • Ondo deputy gov set to resign from PDP
  • I’ll find solution to thuggery in Edo, says Ize-Iyamu
  • APC primary: Nullify Akeredolu’s victory, aspirant tells court
  • Ondo: We didn’t substitute candidates’ names, says INEC
  • Obaseki takes campaign to Edo North, receives royal blessing
  • Nigeria’s oil projects threatened as IOCs suffer $27.8bn loss
  • Second NNPC ex-GMD dies within three months
  • Air Peace sacks 70 pilots, others, blames COVID-19 downturn
  • Don’t allow FIRS kill, bury NIPOST, postal service chairman cries out
  • Experts worry as Shoprite opens Nigerian stores to investors
  • We obeyed law on OPL 245 – Eni
  • Laurentiis, Gattuso reason Osimhen joined Napoli –Agent
  • Ex-stars frown on influx of overseas-born players in Eagles
  • ‘Iheanacho will get better’

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The Nation

  • My COVID-19 story, by Abuja lawyer 
  • ECOWAS Court voids NJC’s disciplinary action against judge 
  • SON intensifies prosecution of offenders 
  • Wike signs revised 2020 budget 
  • ‘Second wave of virus will be worse’ 
  • What’s sovereignty worth? 
  • Taskforce to monitor school reopening in Niger 
  • Healing Nigeria 
  • Why Dogara jumped ship again 
  • My COVID-19 story, by Abuja lawyer 
  • ECOWAS Court voids NJC’s disciplinary action against judge  
  • SON intensifies prosecution of offenders 
  • ‘Second wave of virus will be worse’ 
  • Shoprite welcomes local investors 
  • Air Peace cuts pay by 40%, sacks pilots 
  • Governors protest nation’s ‘worsening security situation’
  • Schools reopening source of COVID-19 concern, says PTF 
  • Leaders honour Fasanmi at funeral service 
  • Cracks in Ondo PDP as five governors back Ajayi’s ZLP move 
  • APC to PDP: Account for failed $460m Abuja CCTV Project, $2b China loan 
  • NDDC’s N6.25b COVID-19 palliatives diverted, says top official   
  • Kalu, Ibori, Uduaghan to Akpabio: NDDC gave us no contract jobs 
  • Deputy Speaker, 16 other lawmakers back Ize-Iyamu
  • Of trust and conviction 
  • A misbegotten re-christening 
  • FBN Holdings injects N25b in FirstBank
  • ‘UK COVID-19 crisis response damaged by lack of transparency’ 
  • Australian city closes retail shops, pubs amid rising virus cases 
  • 15 countries purchase Russia’s pandemic medication 
  • Obaseki promises monarchs better days 
  • Book review: Casebook on human rights litigation in Nigeria 
  • Udeogu v. FRN: ACJA’s Section 396 (7) and constitutional conflict  
  • Azi heads Investment Tribunal 
  • Ondo State Judiciary implements full court automation 
  • NBA-SBL, policy makers forge alliance for businesses to flourish 
  • N58.9b loan dispute: We’re yet to settle, parties tell court 
  • Eastern Bar Forum amends constitution, zones offices
  • ‘Legal services sector ripe for tech/IT transformation’ 
  • How Akpata broke SANs’ hold on NBA leadership
  • Asari’s beloved pick-pockets
  • NBA: Akpata’s acid test 
  • A golden egg 
  • Taking agriculture seriously 
  • Adesina’s vindication
  • Princewill: Heads must roll in NDDC 
  • BREAKING: COVID-19 deaths now 896 in Nigeria, says NCDC 
  • NDDC: Kalu replies Akpabio on contracts 
  • Police arrest serial rapist in Delta 
  • Ondo: INEC denies substituting candidates of AAC, others
  • Stay away from partisan politics, Wike warns judicial officers 
  • UPDATED: Nigerian to take over Shoprite assets 
  • Positive cases drop by 2,000 in July – FG 
  • Access Bank to customers: beware of e-fraudsters 
  • Turn-by-turn presidency

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