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Latest news this afternoon (Saturday, October 31, 2020)

Punch

  • Canada extends ban on international travellers
  • NITDA lacks resources to fully cover Nigeria —Official
  • Slovakia tests entire population for COVID-19
  • US jury tells Apple to pay $503m in patent case
  • Neymar out mid-November, says PSG coach
  • UN calls for peaceful polls in Ivory Coast
  • #EndSARS: Drama as Lagos probe panel visits military mortuary
  • Celebs who regret supporting ‘Change’
  • People now curse me in mosques –Aisha Yesufu
  • #EndSARS: Celebs knock Desmond Elliot, Fashola
  • ‘Hoarded’ COVID-19 palliatives put governors under the spotlight
  • What keeps me going despite 2020’s challenges –DJ Cuppy
  • Consumers’ confidence in the economy dropped in Q3 — CBN report
  • My 24-year-old son disappeared without a trace — Father of missing BRT worker
  • Lagos lawmaker under fire for saying youths always high on drugs
  • Our leader coordinated operations from prison – Ex-soldiers, others arrested for robbery
  • Water Resources Bill: Minister in secret meeting with Reps, attacks critics
  • I beg to feed despite risking my life for Nigeria, working under Buhari, Obasanjo, Gowon –Retired Capt. Monye
  • Suspected ritualists behead Ondo bank guard
  • How I soiled myself after eight hours in traffic –Graduate
  • Isolating yourself from others can ruin your marriage
  • Parents, stop pushing your daughters into prostitution
  • Sickle cell and chronic kidney disease
  • Chief Akinyele: The moral titan and his footprints
  • On Joe Biden’s $2tn climate plan
  • ‘Hoarded’ COVID-19 palliatives put governors under the spotlight
  • Lagos lawmaker under fire for saying youths always high on drugs
  • 2023: Ohanaeze, church leaders to hold rally for Igbo presidency
  • Akeredolu’s aide mocks Jegede as PDP candidate heads for tribunal
  • Edo election tribunal begins sitting, warns gov candidates
  • Don’t blackmail Buhari, Niger Delta group warns aggrieved APC youths
  • US jury tells Apple to pay $503m in patent case
  • Consumers’ confidence in the economy dropped in Q3 — CBN report
  • MTN sells stakes in Jumia, rakes in $138m
  • #EndSARS protests: Insurers to assess assets lost by Lagos govt
  • WTO: Nigeria reaches out to US, others to support Okonjo-Iweala
  • Again, Exxon Mobil, Chevron record losses on low oil prices

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Facts and fantasies of the ‘lekki massacre’ 
  • Guardiola, Arteta et al 
  • Land Dispute: Delta community accuses neighbours of killing of 12 kinsmen 
  • DSS arrests prophet, three others over alleged attempt to kidnap LG boss 
  • Rekiya Yusuf: People think I’m as feisty as Mimi 
  • Rekiya Yusuf: People think I’m as feisty as Mimi 
  • Police arrest ex-Minister’s son over alleged robbery at Bureau De Change 
  • Femi Kayode (1939-2020): Economist beyond the ivory tower (2) 
  • How Odumosi won Princess Omolade’s heart 
  • Nigerian migrants’ sojourn in Middle East ends in woes 
  • Ogun school where pupils learn in open space, 12 years after structures collapsed 
  • Should sex be a top priority in marriage? 
  • Police arrest 157 suspected kidnappers, bandits, looters in Kaduna 
  • Minister condemns destruction of medical equipment in Kogi 
  • 23 CSOs condemn looting, burning of properties in Plateau 
  • Insecurity: Lawmaker asks FG, security agencies to arrest attacks on Sokoto communities 
  • Kano wins IGR leadership award 
  • Will Oba Akiolu ever forgive youths? 
  • The concept of ‘Permanent Secretary’ in administrative history 
  • #EndSARS: illegality compounded 
  • Will Somalia’s bloated cabinet deliver? 
  • Religion, politics and secularity 
  • Salaries, allowances of govs, senators, others must be reviewed – Ex-Kano Deputy Gov Abubakar 
  • 2023: Ihedioha revs campaign machinery 
  • Ladipoe, Toke Makinwa reveal their health status 
  • Ondo 2020: Jegede challenges Akeredolu’s victory at tribunal 
  • Kano oral polio vaccination targets 3,242,040 children 
  • 2021 Oscars: NOSC reopens portal for entry submission 
  • Ireti Doyle: Palliative looters were pushed by hunger 
  • Supreme Court didn’t cede disputed oil wells to Rivers – Bayelsa 
  • OPIC: Between Abiodun’s men and Amosun’s loyalists 
  • #EndSARS: The cost of protest 
  • Buhari mourns victims of Enugu road accident 
  • We will pay outstanding scholarship claims within 7 days, says NDDC 
  • Yoruba group tasks IGP on police reform 
  • Minister, Niger state critical stakeholders meet to douse tension 
  • Coalition seeks separate panel on Lekki shooting 
  • Anambra 2021: PDP stalwart dumps party, pledges bulk votes for APGA 
  • Akeredolu issues ultimatum for return of illegal arms 
  • Drama as Lagos panel on SARS visits Ikoyi Military hospital in search of evidence 
  • #EndSARS: 73 deaths recorded nationwide 
  • How we engaged hoodlums in 4-hour dialogue before they struck – Customs college commandant 
  • Protect yourself against attacks, IGP tells policemen 
  • Cynthia Morgan seals management deal with The Facilitator Firm
  • Akin Omotoso joins big league after getting Disney job 
  • Olamide: After a decade, I want to start afresh 
  • What Makinde had in common with late mother 
  • The issue of compatibility in a relationship 
  • JOSEP BARTOMEU: What does ex-President’s exit mean for Lionel Messi? 
  • What Makinde had in common with late mother 
  • The issue of compatibility in a relationship 
  • JOSEP BARTOMEU: What does ex-President’s exit mean for Lionel Messi? 
  • Nigerian Players Round Up 
  • SUPER SUNDAY: Wounded giants Manchester United, Arsenal face off

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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