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Latest news this morning (Friday, November 20, 2020)

The Nation

  • PDP hits Umahi for joining APC 
  • Southeast youths condemn Operation Crocodile Smile VI 
  • Celebrating milestones in a pandemic 
  • Cross River NMA continues strike 
  • ‘Litigations against Diri’s administration hampering development’
  • Celebrating milestones in a pandemic
  • Cross River NMA continues strike 
  • ‘Litigations against Diri’s administration hampering development’ 
  • ‘Anambra 2021 not for war’ 
  • Edo people our most cherished asset, says Obaseki 
  • Economist Okumagba is dead 
  • Vendor hit by Speaker’s security aide’s stray bullet dies 
  • BBNaija’s Laycon seals new deal as Erica gets double endorsements
  • Gambari, Fashola others inspect Kano-Zaria-Abuja road 
  • Governor to public office holders:  declare your assets
  • UNICEF decries high rate of female pupils out of school
  • Fed Govt committed to eradicating cervical cancer 
  • ‘Over 500,000 people still in IDPs camps’ 
  • NEMA to resume distribution of relief materials to flood victims 
  • Nigeria spends $500m yearly on oil palm import 
  • Rising inflation, forex demand push naira to N478/$1 at parallel market 
  • Newspaper distributors sympathise with The Nation, TVC 
  • ‘How SARS tortured me with hot iron for N500,000 bribe’ 
  • Youths should be aware of govt’s plans for them, says minister 
  • ECOWAS, partners to assess impact of virus on child rights, protection 
  • Next six months will be ‘tough’ for Europe, says WHO chief 
  • IMF: vaccine to add $9tr to global income 
  • Pandemic compounding TB eradication, says Buhari 
  • Industrialist writes Senate, AGF over seizure of properties 
  • I will run for governor in 2023, says APC chieftain 
  • Involve in politics, youths advised 
  • Lawmaker enrols 150 for tailoring 
  • Tony Elumelu soars high 
  • Mike Edwards stuns in A story of resilience
  • Why food prices are rising, by NEC 
  • Umahi: PDP chieftains, federal lawmakers will soon defect to APC 
  • Govt, Niger Delta leaders agree to end Amnesty programme soon 
  • Ex-military chief dismisses CNN report as biased
  • Post-EndSARS: 100 killed, 269 assets burnt, says govt 
  • A nation divided 
  • Raising the bar in aviation ground support services 
  • Regenerative medicine is answer to many incurable ailments, says expert 
  • ‘Global market for herbal medicines to reach $5tr by 2050’ 
  • From survive to thrive, working together for a better Africa 
  • X-raying Delta’s health insurance scheme 
  • The Insect that heals 
  • Bayelsa West: Zoning conundrum for Dickson, Ebebi 
  • ‘Get approval before using corps members’ uniform in movies’ 
  • Buhari, Ekweremadu, Okowa greet Jonathan at 63 
  • Reps probe insurance of grounded NIS aircraft 
  • Ozekhome, Magu’s lawyer clash over forfeited assets, anti-graft war 
  • Military restates commitment to fight against insurgents, bandits 
  • Court orders arrest of Atiku’s son for ‘contempt’ 
  • Third Mainland Bridge: Fed Govt completes first phase repairs 
  • Jerry Rawlings (1947 – 2020) 
  • Witch or witch-hunt? 
  • #EndSars and Nigeria’s democracy 
  • Trump and his Nigerian supporters 
  • EndSARS: Moving from protests to power 
  • After EndSARS, what next? 
  • #EndSARS: Where do we go from here?
  • This life, this year 
  • Addressing poverty: Olanipekun’s example
  • Senate accuses banks of aiding public funds diversion 
  • Dare says Sports Ministry has right to reposition Super Eagles 
  • Senate accuses Banks of aiding govt officials to divert funds 
  • Ethiopian army accuses WHO chief of backing rebel forces 
  • Bandits kill mobile policeman, kidnap seven in Niger 
  • 43-year-old allegedly defiles toddler in church
  • Panel orders police to account for whereabouts of two brothers held by SARS 
  • Former Kaduna Poly lecturer shoots wife, kills self 
  • Workers threaten strike in Ondo over unpaid salaries, deductions 
  • Lekki shooting: HURIWA knocks Lai Mohammed over outburst against CNN 
  • We stand by our report on Lekki shooting, says CNN 
  • Court orders arrest of Atiku’s son over failure to obey judgment 
  • Ozekhome, Magu’s lawyer clash over forfeited assets, anti-graft war
  • Couple remanded over ‘attempt to traffic lady to Oman’ 
  • IPPIS can’t tackle corruption in universities, says ASUU 
  • Police arrest three for cybercrime, uncover over 50,000 emails, passwords 
  • Lawan denies alleged N2bn bribe for Yakubu’s confirmation 
  • 57 civilians, 37 Policemen, six Soldiers killed during #EndSARS crisis – Lai Mohammed 
  • Nigeria, constitutional democracy or regime of personal rule? 
  • What alternatives to ASUU’s incessant strike? 
  • Umahi: Defection guided by principle, says Buhari 
  • FAAC shares N604.004 to federal, states, councils

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • Mexico to legalise marijuana for medicinal use
  • China maintains ban on Boeing 737 MAX flights
  • Anambra didn’t receive N25bn bond —Govt
  • Gbajabiamila suspends security aide who killed newspapers vendor
  • Man, 27, remanded for allegedly defiling Ebonyi six-year-old pupil
  • Don’t harass #EndSARS promoters, PFN warns govt
  • Crude in commercial quantity discovered in Benue Trough – NNPC
  • Account for whereabouts of two missing brothers, 25 cows – Panel
  • Yellow fever: Enugu to vaccinate 922,464 residents
  • N450,000 bill: Husband flees, abandons wife, triplets in Anambra hospital
  • WHO predicts spike in COVID-19 cases ahead of Christmas
  • Civil servant forfeits uncompleted building to govt
  • Some banks, MDAs colluding to divert funds, alleges Lawan
  • N’Delta leaders list conditions to terminate Amnesty programme
  • [BREAKING] US election: Georgia confirms Biden victory after recount
  • Again, Wike attacks Umahi as APC welcomes gov, expects others
  • PDP, APC fight over six kidnapped policemen, insecurity, defections
  • Naira sinks to 620 against pound, euro rises
  • Ex-Eagles stars want Rohr sacked
  • UPDATED: Gbajabiamila’s security aide kills newspapers vendor in Abuja
  • Police arrest seven over attacks on Lagos task force officials
  • When I become President
  • Contradictory signals on the #EndSARS protest
  • Give your children the gift of financial knowledge
  • Lawmakers shut out from Ondo Assembly despite court order
  • No going back on resumption, Imo ALGON tells Uzodimma
  • N2bn bribery allegation to confirm Yakubu mischievous, says Lawan
  • Yahaya orders Gombe public officials to declare assets
  • [UPDATED] Defection: Buhari receives Umahi at Aso Villa
  • Umahi: We remain committed to our party —PDP govs
  • Crude in commercial quantity discovered in Benue Trough – NNPC
  • Some banks, MDAs colluding to divert funds, alleges Lawan
  • FG acquiring 720,000ha in states for agric –Minister
  • Nigeria to resume fuel imports from Niger Republic
  • Lawmakers kick, dismiss representatives as DPR boss shuns summons
  • 5-year-old man needs N3.6m for eye tumour surgery
  • Awareness key in preventing diabetes – Experts
  • Mental health perspective to #EndSARS protest
  • OPPO Black Friday Smartphone Deals Announced: 50% Discount Flash Sale, 25% off Select Products & Free Delivery
  • Fidelity SME Spotlight 2.0 – Putting Small Businesses on the Map
  • Ayetoro family emerges winner of the Peak Chocolate Family Contest

(www.punchng.com)

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