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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, July 29, 2020

The Nation

  • Schools, children, and Coronavirus 
  • Nigeria’s data war thickens 
  • Oshiomhole to PDP: don’t focus on things I said in the past 
  • Wike okays rehabilitation of Amiesimaka Stadium 
  • Sports Policy will accelerate investments, says Dare 
  • FCT restricts Eid prayers to neighbourhood mosques 
  • Nigeria’s data war thickens 
  • As NDDC bleeds… 
  • Oshiomhole to PDP: don’t focus on things I said in the past 
  • Five to die by hanging in Rivers 
  • Oshiomhole to PDP: don’t focus on things I said in the past 
  • Five to die by hanging in Rivers 
  • Virus has cure, says U.S.-based doctor 
  • How to grow SMEs 
  • Schools, children, and Coronavirus 
  • Wike okays rehabilitation of Amiesimaka Stadium 
  • Sports Policy will accelerate investments, says Dare 
  • Osimhen tipped to succeed at Napoli 
  • NFF annuls Anambra FA election 
  • Firm posts N84.5m PAT 
  • Lagos okays N10b for fish centre 
  • NNPC strikes $1.5b prepay oil deal with Vitol, Matrix 
  • Foundation donates kits to market women 
  • VC lists financial opportunities in Coronavirus disruptions 
  • Many shades of President’s gatekeeper 
  • Gallery sets targets for post-COVID era 
  • ‘Museums, galleries as sites for national conversation’ 
  • Oyetola to restore electricity in communities 
  • INEC urges voters to vet nominated candidates 
  • CRR: CBN holds N900b customers’ deposits with banks 
  • Buhari, Obi excited as Adesina is cleared of ethical misconduct
  • How ICT is redefining Nigeria’s health sector 
  • Buhari’s anti-graft war on course, says Fed Govt 
  • Crusade yields about $63.5b in 12 months, says Malami 
  • Optimising IVF success in ART laboratory 
  • Pharmacists seek stronger health system 
  • Smallz Tha Razor: Music is my support system 
  • Zyon drops two singles in one month 
  • Actress Patience Yisa returns to set for new skits 
  • StarTimes partners DreamWorks 
  • Woli Arole’s The Call gets Netflix deal 
  • Appeal Court jails ex-Air Force director Mamu 
  • Ex-pension boss Maina released from Kuje Prison 
  • Melaye loses appeal for Kogi West 
  • Buhari glad APC Caretaker Committee, governors uniting party 
  • ‘The Men’s Club’ kicks off season 3 
  • Wizkid gets grand concert piano on 30th birthday 
  • Toke Makinwa shuns talks on loss of home 
  • Deploying identity management for air travel 
  • Fashola decries long neglect of Third Mainland Bridge 
  • Tomorrow, Friday are public holidays 
  • Man jailed 20 years for testing daughter’s virginity 
  • ‘We’re seeking re-election to secure Edo’s future’ 
  • Third Main Bridge closure: Resolving traffic congestion

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • Dogara is too small for me to fight – Mohammed
  • Father, stepmother torture six-year-old Ogun girl with nails
  • Alleged car diversion: Court orders arrest of ex-NASS clerk, Omolori
  • Senator to sue Akpabio over NDDC contract scam
  • COVID-19 hazard allowance: 33 states fail to pay as 854 doctors, nurses test positive
  • Ozekhome meets Salami panel, testifies against Magu, submits videos
  • Gomez, Origi denied Osimhen chance at Wolfsburg – Ex-manager
  • Nigerian students now beggars in UK, Dabiri-Erewa tells NDDC
  • Netherlands, Switzerland to repatriate $200m Malabu deal cash –AGF
  • Continued closure’ll kill varsities, say pro-chancellors
  • FIIRO board demands salary refund from demoted DG
  • Oshiomhole’s deceptive apologia
  • New cult member tortured to death during initiation
  • I thought I could easily get to Europe through Libya, but I was stranded there for eight months – Physically challenged tailor
  • Naira plunges to N472/$ as forex scarcity worsens
  • Ozekhome meets Salami panel, testifies against Magu, submits videos
  • Nigerian students now beggars in UK, Dabiri-Erewa tells NDDC
  • Netherlands, Switzerland to repatriate $200m Malabu deal cash –AGF
  • COVID-19 community transmission mode
  • Much ado about N25bn upgrade of National Theatre
  • Has Buhari given up on Nigeria?
  • Oshiomhole’s deceptive apologia
  • NBA: Rise and lead from the front!
  • Are Nigerian buildings accessible?
  • Appeal Court affirms Adeyemi’s election as Kogi West senator
  • Ondo: 17 parties beat INEC deadline
  • Presidency should be based on competence, not turn-by-turn –Buhari’s nephew
  • I’m pleased with APC interim leaders, says President
  • Youths back Ize-Iyamu, confident of job creation
  • Netherlands, Switzerland to repatriate $200m Malabu deal cash –AGF
  • Naira plunges to N472/$ as forex scarcity worsens
  • Power crisis deepens, NBET fails to pay Gencos N181.39bn
  • NNPC in $1.5bn oil-for-loan deal with traders
  • Lawmakers raise the alarm over Chinese loans
  • Poor landing technique caused Osinbajo helicopter crash – AIB
  • Recognise pharmacies as care centres, PSN tells govt
  • Challenges of medical consultations during COVID-19 pandemic
  • We’ve learnt to strengthen our health system, says Ehanire
  • Gomez, Origi denied Osimhen chance at Wolfsburg – Ex-manager
  • Sports industry policy will address major issues – Dare
  • Anambra FA: Ubah’s reelection act of brigandage, says NFF

(www.punchng.com)

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