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Latest news this afternoon (Thursday, October 15, 2020)

THE NATION

  • Theatre of the absurd
  • Dapo Abioduns tarnished lyric (2)
  • Governors, IG parley on raging EndSARS protests
  • Rotary targets youth development
  • Obaseki hails Edo varsity on technology
  • G-20 to extend poor nations debt relief
  • Varsity appoints Oluwajuyitan as professor
  • Deduction into Police Fund illegal
  • Chaos as protesters clash in Abuja
  • Pupil, 15, donates N25,000 to teacher
  • Two killed, others injured as SUV runs into crowd
  • Nigerians want restructuring, not disintegration
  • #ENDSARS and Nigeria’s chaotic security system
  • Nigerians in grip of oppressive leaders
  • Restructuring for a more perfect union

VANGUARD

  • Ex-convict bags 1 year jail term for stealing block moulds worth N70,000
  • Trump’s son, Baron recovers from COVID-19
  • Teenager bags 5 months imprisonment for stealing gas cylinder worth N5,000
  • Police arraign 5 in court over alleged breach of peace
  • Nigeria Mining Week: SMDF to invest $500m in mining sector ‘ Shinkafi
  • FEC okays N22.247bn for Apapa-Oworonshoki-Ojota Expressway
  • PDP govs want Buhari, NASS to repeal Police Trust Fund Act
  • Kwali Council inaugurates 21 man’cttee to implement Child’s Rights Act
  • Northern groups demand state of emergency on insecurity
  • 2021 Budget scales second reading in House of Reps
  • NASS partners NEPAD for 2nd Africa Peer Review Mechanism (APRM)
  • Don’t parade yourselves as SARS operatives, CP Odumosu warns disbanded unit’s members
  • Leaders have taken youths for granted too long ‘ Gov Abiodun
  • Ondo poll relatively free, fair and credible ‘ Observers
  • INEC to engage 3,000 ad-hoc staff for Okigwe senatorial bye-election
  • Senate confirms Chukwu as INEC REC
  • Edo: Elected councillors protest unpaid salaries, emolument
  • LG Polls: Kano Emir sues for peaceful, violent free elections
  • CSO writes Senate to reject Lauretta Onochie’s nomination as INEC Commissioner
  • [Updated] Corruption: Buhari seeks Reps’ approval to freeze accounts, clampdown on money launderers
  • BREAKING: APC expels only female lawmaker for anti-party in Ondo poll
  • CBN to sanction exports without Export Proceeds Number
  • DAME Awards holds 29th edition, as Nestl makes case for nutrition prize
  • Nigeria: What does the future hold
  • Greedy’ Nigerian professors and their fat salaries
  • Celebrating the literary world of JP Clark
  • Ondo as a question
  • YouTube lifts Nigerian artists with $100m Black Voices Fund
  • Newcastle ace Saint-maximin signs new six-year deal
  • Drew Uyi hails Antetokounmpo brothers over NBA honours
  • Romero asks Man United to cancel his contract
  • Music found me after I lost my father at 16 ‘ Nigeria rapper, Sasco Breez
  • INEC and Buhari’s in-your-face attitude
  • Buhari’s vacuous Independence Day speech: A missed opportunity
  • Ondo government reopens schools October 19
  • Senate set to pass mental health bill for 3rd reading in November ‘ Oloriegbe
  • Daddy usually showed me ‘blue film’ before sleeping with me, says 13-yr-old girl
  • Police arrest Akwa Ibom man over death of 40-year-old wife
  • Ex-convict bags a year jail term for stealing block mould

THISDAY

  • Balogun: Data Protection Key to Digital Economy
  • Increasing Retirement Age May Heighten Youth Unemployment, Says ABCON
  • Ericsson to Support Airtel in 4G Network
  • Western Digital Unveils Gaming Solutions
  • How Sterling Bank, HEI are Saving Lives of Accident Victims
  • Reducing GreenHouse Emission
  • Nigeria, Seven Others Emerge Finalists in ANPI Award
  • Court Convicts Seven SIM Card Registration Offenders
  • Fashola: Poor Budgetary Allocation Hampering Infrastructure Devt
  • Investors Stake N3.1bn on 218m Shares as Index Closes Flat
  • Private Equity Book for Launch Next Week
  • Expert Highlights Importance of Business Plan
  • Challenges of Foreign Private Equity Investment in Nigeria
  • Deregulation Will Stabilise Nigerias Economy
  • Ecobank Rewards Xpress Point Agents
  • I Don’t Know Any Reasonable Nigerian Who Wants Nigeria to Breakup…
  • Bayelsa Governor Insists on Primary Health Centre in Every Ward
  • SARS and The Youth Revolt
  • Anger in the Land
  • Sixty Years in the Rain
  • The Southwest Should Not Confuse Tinubus Interest With Theirs
  • Premier League Clubs Reject Project Big Picture
  • Neymar Now Brazils All-time Second Leading Scorer
  • Ronaldo Flies Back to Italy After Covid-19 Positive Test
  • Rivers Official Tasks SWAN on Discovery of Local Talents
  • AHEAD MERSEYSIDE DERBY Liverpool Get Thiago, Mane Boost After Covid-19 Negative Tests
  • Bordeaux Dont Know How Long Kalu Will be Sidelined
  • AFCON 2022 QUALIFIER Eagles to Play Sierra Leone at Refurbished Ogbemudia Stadium

PUNCH

  • Rohr admits selection headache ahead of SLeone clash
  • Ecobank pledges to improve service delivery
  • #EndSARS scare stops Evans, others journey to court
  • Ekiti builds 6,000-bed hostel in varsity
  • Ekiti builds 6,000-bed hostel in varsity
  • Akeredolu orders reopening of Ondo schools October 19
  • Two Americans, 240 Yemen rebel backers freed in apparent swap
  • Hong Kong protests: US warns banks they could face sanctions
  • Trumps son Barron tested positive for COVID-19, says Melania Trump
  • Ondo APC expels female lawmaker over alleged anti-party
  • Kano Emir calls for violence-free LG polls
  • 2023: Internal crisis will cost PDP dearly, says ex-Plateau gov
  • Observers declare Ondo election free, fair, credible
  • Police raid CRiver baby factory, rescue pregnant women, babies
  • Increase identity enrolments by 500%, FG charges NIMC
  • Customs make N367.6B in Apapa, seize N19b goods
  • Fleeing AIbom husband, who killed wife with acid, arrested
  • Deep sighs after SARS
  • Lagos-East: Implement presidential report on SARS, APC candidate urges FG
  • Uncertainty surrounds APC convention as fresh registration splits party
  • #EndSARS: Rise and fall of a rogue police unit
  • From SARS to SWAT is bad faith
  • Converting #EndSARS to #EndBrown
  • Nigeria needs national arbitration policy, says don
  • Court rules on Momphas no-case submission Nov 18
  • ACPN asks FG to curb quackery in health sector
  • After #EndSARS, what next
  • COVID-19 lessons will help improve healthcare delivery Fayemi
  • Common foot problems (2)
  • Missed opportunities, relief as Supreme Court gets eight Justices
  • Turning COVID-19 into good crisis
  • Nutritionist cautions against pain killers abuse
  • External reserves drop by $50.84m in 10 days
  • IMF projects $28tn COVID-19 losses in five years
  • NCC prepares to test safety of 5G
  • FG arraigns Dantata Success promoters over N2bn fraud
  • Maize remains N160,000/tonne despite import intervention
  • FG seeks powers to seize, freeze stolen funds
  • Reps pass 2021 appropriation bill for second reading
  • Customs make N367.6bn in Apapa, seize N19bn goods
  • LASWA begins safety awareness campaign
  • FG to release report on COVID-19 spending
  • Presidency plans new law to institutionalise business reforms

THE SUN

  • How to stop killings in Southern Kaduna ‘Onovo
  • Power devolution panacea to LG survival ‘Alabi
  • 2023: It’s time for President of Igbo extraction ‘Akinkunmi
  • PDP govs kick against 0.5 % Police Trust Fund deduction
  • Why we must work together, Buhari tells APC members
  • Edo assembly commutes former Speaker’s impeachment to resignation
  • INEC to deploy 6000 ad-hoc staff for Plateau south senatorial by-election
  • Melaye objects to Onochie’s nomination as INEC National Commissioner
  • APC, PDP canvasses votes for Oct 31 Plateau South senatorial by-election
  • Churchill’s revolution with FC Ebedei
  • Premier League clubs reject reforms
  • Future Super Eagles squad: Rohr may drop Agu, Onuachu, three others
  • Admits facing selection headache ahead Sierra Leone
  • Everton vs Liverpool, La Liga, Serie A matches live on DStv, GOtv
  • Ajagba ready to challenge Tyson Fury in London
  • Super Eagles ranked 2nd most valuable team in Africa, 21st in world
  • Chukwueze’s form worries Rohr
  • Okoye to fight for Super Eagles No 1
  • Sanusi denies injury rumour
  • FG to ban milk importation by 2022 ‘Minister
  • NACCIMA warns FG against rising debt burden
  • W’Bank approves $12bn for vaccines, treatment
  • FEC approves $2m for West African Power Pool
  • NXP: CBN to sanction erring shippers, companies over defiance
  • NSE transactions dip 59.2% as indices remain unchanged
  • 2021: EFCC to spend N303.2m on sewerage charges, electricity, others
  • NAHCO signs new contracts with Qatar, Azman
  • NIN: Pantami tasks NIMC to enroll 2.5m monthly
  • NB unveils first Tiger Den in Lagos
  • #Endinsecuritynow: Northern coalition begins protest in 19 states
  • #EndSARS: Car runs into protesters, kill 2, injures many in Lagos
  • SARS: Nigeria sitting on time bomb, MASSOB warns
  • Buhari receives youths ENDSARS, assures on implementation
  • Enugu monarch, others demand justice for slain indigene
  • NIJ: Provost harps on professionalism
  • Makinde approves reconstruction of 45.3km Saki-Ogbooro-Igboho Road
  • Civil servant in court over alleged N45m School Feeding Programme fraud
  • Military nabs Ganas successor
  • 15 travellers regain freedom from kidnappers in Delta
  • End Nigeria police
  • Misguided missiles against Gen. Ike Nwachukwu
  • #EndSARS: What next
  • Let us listen to Adeboye

GUARDIAN

  • As Diri savours court victories, Bayelsans yearn for development
  • Our electoral process must be safeguarded from manipulation, says Igini
  • Useni, Jang battle for PDP Plateau as South Senatorial bye’election beckons
  • SARS dissolution excites Ganduje, Gbajabiamila assures on review of policing law
  • World needs empowered women to overcome COVID-19 challenges, say Sanwo-Olu,
  • Residents agonise over Lagos-Badagry international highway of potholes
  • Girl narrates how she was sexually abused by aunt’s husband
  • FG arraigns scam investment promoters for N2bn fraud
  • Lions Club provides free eye screening to Ikorodu residents
  • Brexit talks’ fate hangs in balance at EU summit
  • Arsenal, AC Milan, Tottenham set for Europa League
  • Ministry, NANPF partner for leagues’ resumption, says Babangida
  • Don’t get my tweet ‘Nigeria is a jungle’ twisted, Oshoala pleads
  • Israel Adesanya becomes first MMA fighter to sign with PUMA
  • Bam Adebayo proud of Miami Heat despite NBA final loss to LA Lakers
  • Ronaldo’s sister labels brother’s COVID-19 positive test ‘biggest fraud I’ve seen
  • NFF did not refuse to release Chineme Martin’s autopsy report to family
  • PSG-Man United Champions League clash to go ahead behind closed doors as curfew imposed in Paris
  • OPEC raises 2020 demand forecast over China’s recovery
  • PFA rolls out AI platform to aid real-time customer self-service
  • NEPC facilitates trade formalisation at Okerete/Seme border corridors
  • Amidst climate concern, stakeholders insist oil key to Africa’s future
  • Law Union & Rock Insurance to be delisted from NSE
  • NIFEST holds 2020 conference in Lagos
  • Stock market capitalisation rises further by N1b
  • LCCI to leverage virtual, physical fair to hedge pandemic effects
  • Jaiz Bank appoints new directors
  • AfDB wins global award for COVID-19 bond issue
  • ASSBIFI, NUPENG call for SDG financing
  • PENGASSAN pickets firm over alleged anti-labour practices
  • Investment in human capital will create positive future generation
  • Lagos tasks auditors with efficient internal control
  • Buni engages 39 workers, to digitalise two media outfits
  • Dangote eulogises Elumelu on new achievement
  • Accounting profession upgrades to integrated reporting
  • Group seeks policies to drive women empowerment
  • A win-win culture and meritocracy in Nigeria
  • Understanding the culture of civil protest
  • The Ogun dispute resolution example
  • Party people – Part 3
  • Time to go for concrete roads!
  • Clark, Aliu and the continuum
  • Data quality in credit bureau system

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