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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Punch

  • Lagos urges doctors to end strike, resume work
  • COVID-19: Govt to ban some countries from Nigeria
  • UFC: Usman earned $.6m after Masvidal win
  • Puncturing some falsehood about South-East and South-West
  • APC govs, leaders meet today, plan funding for Edo, Ondo polls
  • Lagos hoodlums attack man, steal money for surgery
  • Service chiefs haven’t disappointed Buhari, Nigerians –Buratai
  • COVID-19, conspiracy to create global panic, says Okotie
  • Cultist jailed 20 years for raping FUOYE undergraduate, friend
  • EFCC: Time for a civilian head
  • Court convicts man for defrauding American of $2,500
  • IPPIS targetted at violating university autonomy – ASUU
  • Banks to place chronic loan defaulters on watch list
  • Nigeria earned $206bn from oil in five years – OPEC
  • School reopening confusion: Ministry lists guidelines, omits resumption date
  • Court convicts man for defrauding American of $2,500
  • Rape: UNILAG alumnus knows fate August 17
  • Man, 48, nabbed for defiling three-year-old girl in Nasarawa
  • Oyo NSCDC arrests eight suspected motorcycle thieves
  • Rivers DPO accused of burning youth leader’s family house
  • Teenager remanded over Ekiti carpenter’s murder
  • Ocean surge threatens Akwa Ibom community as NDDC abandons embankment project
  • APC govs, leaders meet today, plan funding for Edo, Ondo polls
  • As President I didn’t pursue personal interest – Obasanjo
  • UPN manifesto attracted me to politics –Ize-Iyamu
  • Usman joins Dantiye Centre
  • I didn’t campaign for Buhari while with Jonathan – Dasuki
  • Only God can make Igbo man President – Arthur Eze
  • COVID-19: Govt to ban some countries from Nigeria
  • Banks to place chronic loan defaulters on watch list
  • Nigeria earned $206bn from oil in five years – OPEC
  • CBN bans forex for maize importation
  • Passengers should arrive 90 minutes before flights – Minister
  • FG vows to halve Internet cost by 2025
  • COVID-19: Govt to ban some countries from Nigeria
  • Banks to place chronic loan defaulters on watch list
  • Nigeria earned $206bn from oil in five years – OPEC
  • CBN bans forex for maize importation
  • Passengers should arrive 90 minutes before flights – Minister
  • FG vows to halve Internet cost by 2025

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Unclaimed dividends rise to N158.4b 
  • Edo poll: APC, PDP set for another epic battle
  • UBA introduces Naira Credit Card 
  • CBN bans forex sales to maize importers 
  • Law firm prepares lawyers for virtual court proceedings
  • Fed Govt developing app to enhance virtual proceedings 
  • Osun approves conditional ease of lockdown 
  • Ex-AGF, others back Adesina 
  • Magu’s troubles: The state of play 
  • NBA polls: Adesina group raises seven posers for electoral committee 
  • Ondo APC delegates reject rogues status  6:05 AM
  • Intermodal transportation: The Lagos alternative
  • Aspirants oppose delegates’ list 
  • PDP leaders seek Ajayi’s disqualification 
  • NSCDC arrests eight for armed robbery in Ibadan 
  • Generator smoke kills three kids in Delta 
  • Magu and PMB’s anti-graft war 
  • Magu’s office searched by detectives
  • Magu an orphan
  • Celebrating Wole Soyinka at 86 
  • ANALYSIS: Ajayi, Ondo House and burden of impeachment 
  • Western Union, AXA Mansard deepen financial inclusion 
  • Zindzi Mandela dies at 59 
  • Patients evacuated as strike cripples hospitals 
  • NERC: electricity tariff hike won’t affect poor
  • New NSITF management eyes increase in enrollees 
  • Lagos decries doctors’ warning strike as insensitive
  • NEPC to partner cocoa farmers on export
  • Fed Govt moves to upturn $9.6b P&ID judgment debt 
  • Making the ports competitive 
  • Samsung unveils innovations for shipbuilding 
  • ‘Wharf landing fees collection by Lagos legal’
  • Customs seeks inter-agency collaboration 
  • Banks to debit debtors’ accounts directly 
  • Magu didn’t pay Falana N28m 
  • PTF: Airborne transmission of Coronavirus possible
  • Fire at Abuja World Trade Centre 
  • NHRC urges workers to shelve planned strike 
  • Naval Chief gets ultimatum to explain N11.5m rent claim 
  • Block revenue loopholes, Fed Govt tells 13 varsities’ governing councils

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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