News, Seat of Power

Latest news this afternoon (Monday, August 30, 2021)

Punch

  • Matchday one: 2022 World Cup qualifying fixtures in Africa
  • BBNaija S6: How my parents’ separation affected me – Michael
  • VIDEO: Commuters stranded as motorists protest extortion by Task force, LASTMA in Lagos
  • Tokyo Paralympics: Oluwafemiayo wins powerlifting gold for Nigeria
  • Schools to resume Sept 12 —Kano govt
  • Osagie Ehanire and Innocent Ujah
  • 21-day notice: Strike dangerous now, FG begs doctors, NMA, ministry disagree
  • SANs tackle Malami, DSS over continued detention of Igboho’s aides despite meeting bail conditions
  • ASUU threatens fresh strike, gives FG Tuesday ultimatum
  • FG implements cooking gas imports tax, price jumps by 100%
  • Team Nigeria win second gold as Omolayo breaks Paralympics record
  • IPOB sit-at-home: Umahi threatens absentee workers, traders
  • Vigilantes arrest man for allegedly impregnating own daughter in Delta
  • I returned to school because my children laughed at me – 65-year-old farmer
  • Ogun hoodlum beats, rapes 27-year-old woman over greeting ‘offence’
  • Flood submerges 15 houses in Imo community, residents count losses
  • Lightning kills two in Osun community
  • Importer excretes 87 cocaine wraps at Abuja airport
  • Rivers LG boss raises the alarm as cultists kill two
  • Bauchi residents kick against gas plant construction
  • FG implements cooking gas imports tax, price jumps by 100%
  • CwA pledges to ensure Africa’s post-pandemic recovery
  • Firm to invest $14.7m in Ekiti agric project
  • $2bn petrochemical plant’ll produce 77 grades of plastic products – Dangote
  • Investors gain N14bn as 35 stocks close higher
  • Peterside doubts NNPC N287bn profit, challenges corporation
  • Lagos airport runway’ll operate 24 hours, says FAAN
  • Matchday one: 2022 World Cup qualifying fixtures in Africa
  • Tokyo Paralympics: Oluwafemiayo wins powerlifting gold for Nigeria
  • Obiji wins Nigeria’s sixth medal at Tokyo Paralympics
  • Dias extends contract with Manchester City
  • Africans in Europe: Salah scores 99th goal, Balogun awarded, Awoniyi shines
  • No Salah as World Cup qualifiers kick off in Africa
  • Boxing: Jake Paul defeats Tyron Woodley to extend winning streak
  • BBNaija S6: How my parents’ separation affected me – Michael
  • BBNaija S6: I feel lonely, Angel reacts to Sammie, JMK’s eviction
  • Maria was the life of BBNaija house, sad Pere says
  • BBNaija: Why I shed tears after Maria’s eviction –Michael
  • BBNaija: ‘It’s unfortunate, shocking’, Maria, fans react to eviction
  • Sammie evicted from BBNaija Season Six

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • BBNaija Shine Ya Eye: Boma, Yousef console Pere over Maria’s eviction
  • Obiji clinches Nigeria’s sixth medal at Tokyo Paralympics
  • BBNaija Shine Ya Eye: Whitemony advises Pere to be himself
  • I’ll hurt only for a week after leaving Jackie B- Micheal
  • Masari urges members to defend APC
  • DPR quakes over retirement of directors
  • BREAKING: Lagos commuters stranded as drivers protest alleged ‘extortion’
  • Sammie Okposo marks 50th birthday with US tour
  • ‘We will resist attempts to malign Uzodimma’
  • Messi makes PSG debut in Ligue 1 clash
  • ‘We will resist attempts to malign Uzodimma’
  • Messi makes PSG debut in Ligue 1 clash
  • Gunmen kill Senator Na’Allah’s son
  • Malami inaugurates N3.2b loan payout in Kebbi
  • ‘Restore study of history in schools’
  • Gombe North APC endorses Yahaya for second term
  • NPA spends over N500b on channel management
  • Alaafin: I’m the only king qualified to confer titles that cover Yoruba land
  • Fed Govt accuses NMA of failing to fulfil agreement
  • PANDEF, IYC, others flay absence of regional Southsouth regional security outfit
  • Govt unaware of planned electricity tariffs hike
  • Security deployed to crush perpetrators of Jos crisis – Presidency
  • Cleric to Fed Govt: rescue pupils from bandits, leave IPOB alone
  • Why revenue formula needs review, by RMAFC
  • Tributes pour for music icon Victor Uwaifo
  • Security stepped up in Oyo after robbers write bank
  • ‘How Nigeria can sustain oil palm production’
  • Govt postpones Nigeria@60 award
  • Nigeria’s bumpy road to electronic currency
  • Economy: Still a cautious outlook
  • NALDA inspects land for agric. scheme in Kogi
  • Fed Govt targets new jobs from 206.53tr gas reserves
  • APGA, Accord clash over CCTV cameras
  • CBN, OCP eye N210b revenue for wheat farmers
  • Sanusi kicks against borrowing for consumption
  • Over 24,000 to benefit from Fed Govt’s conditional cash transfer in Akwa Ibom
  • Why carriers fail in Nigeria, by experts
  • APC’s contrasting scorecard
  • NDA security breach
  • Buhari implored to help Southeast secure APC presidential ticket
  • Digital strides amid global pandemic
  • Obaseki, Covid-19 vaccination and rule of law
  • Yobe State at 30: So far, not so good
  • NDA attack: the unanswered question
  • Lessons from wedding in Bichi
  • EkoDigitalschools.com
  • To the rescue
  • Lightning kills two siblings in Osun
  • Five killed in Osun, Rivers, Kwara
  • Man swallows 87 wraps of cocaine
  • Plateau, police dismiss report of attack on bus passengers
  • Lagos recommences cash transfer to beneficiaries
  • Court upholds FRSC’s power to fine motorists without trial
  • Lagos trains soldiers’ wives
  • Lagos, Enugu resume COVID-19 vaccination
  • NAFDAC seeks tougher laws against fake products makers, sellers
  • Groups battle sexual violence in communities
  • NALPGAM gets new President
  • Immigration admits poor border management 
  • Tinubu passionate about Nigeria, says Obasa
  • Zenith Bank posts N117b profit before tax
  • Former IOC boss Rogge dies at 79
  • Omolayo wins second gold
  • GOtv Boxing Night 23: Real One vows to punish Amateifo
  • Kogi gets hyperbaric oxygen treatment chamber 
  • UAE travel: Emirates suspends flights on Nigeria routes till Sept. 5
  • Solid Balogun hailed after Rangers win 3:30 am
  • QATAR 2022 QUALIFIERS: Rohr wary of Lone Star
  • Oldies: Substantial care, not symbolisms

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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