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Latest news this morning (Monday, November 16, 2020)

The Nation

  • Auditor General accuses NNPC, CBN of non-remittance of N3.235 trillion 
  • Hoodlums vandalise 20 cars, loot 50 shops in Mushin 
  • Abductors free Ex-Super Eagles star, Obodo in Delta 
  • Dissecting Fed Govt’s N75b investment fund for Nigerian youths 
  • How police brutalised, teargased me during 2014 campaign, by Fayemi 
  • LCCI, NECA caution against petrol price deregulation without competition 
  • Board’s ex-secretary dies in road crash 
  • Normal life back next year, says vaccine creator 
  • Concerns over Eastern line railway contract 
  • Umahi to join APC this week
  • Kwara panel gets 18 petitions 
  • Obiano: Fed Govt should honour Zik with holiday
  • Three robbery suspects arrested in action 
  • Why 40-year-old man set self, girlfriend ablaze 
  • Troops overrun terrorists, arrest IEDs makers 
  • FCT residents lament lack of strict compliance to safety guidelines 
  • Couple docked for dismembering body 
  • 720 suspects arrested from ‘black spots’ 
  • Sule suspends directors in 13 councils for inflating salary figures
  • IG visits destroyed police stations in Osun 
  • Bakare condemns freezing of #EndSARS promoters’ accounts 
  • Lawan launches free medical outreach in Yobe  
  • Group exposes plot to fleece NDDC 
  • NNPC, SEPLAT embark on $700m gas project in Imo 
  • ‘Anambra 2021 will determine Igbo’s place in politics’
  • Lawyer sues Bayelsa Assembly over state’s debt 
  • ‘Revoke Kanu’s UK citizenship’ 
  • Meter producer begins free installation training Monday 
  • Abiodun to inaugurate 16 commissions, boards 
  • Saraki no threat to our party, says Kwara APC chair 
  • Oyo PDP cautions Fayose against ‘needless tussle’ with Makinde  
  • Dangote is Most Valuable Brand for 2020 
  • The Nation shines at West Africa media awards 
  • Lagos announces adjustment in level crossing closure dates 
  • Nigeria needs new people’s constitution not amendment, says Olanipekun 
  • ‘Conduct bureau not training Army over compliance failure’ 
  • Afe Babalola to Fed Govt: choose Nigerians over expatriates for construction 
  • Naira exchanges at N470/$ in parallel market 
  • Sylva: 133 mass transit buses will be delivered in 14 days 
  • EFCC: four groups write Buhari, say Magu can’t get justice from Salami panel 
  • Why international airlines are not flying into Enugu Airport, by FAAN 
  • 9,694 Community Police constables to be deployed 
  • ASUU insists on salary payment during strike 
  • $5.8b Mambilla Power Plant to get attention 
  • Rohr tips rejuvenated Eagles to beat Leone Stars 
  • Post #EndSARS: Police to undergo massive reform 
  • Hamilton scoops record-equalling seventh F1 title 
  • U.S. 2020 elections’ winners, losers
  • Endsars, interrupted 
  • Anti-Babalakin report questionable 
  • Youths and the quest for political leadership 
  • A good example 
  • Securing the privileged 
  • Still on Arabic inscription on naira 
  • Nigerian youths as their own enemies 
  • Changing youths mindset on get-rich approach to life
  • Biden ‘won rigged poll’, says Trump 
  • CBN’s LDR policy buoys lending to real sector 
  • ExxonMobil, groups lift schools with masks, others 
  • Nigerian stocks lead global rally with N2.1tr gain 
  • Academy Press: Declining margins 
  • ‘AfCFTA will open up neighbouring markets for Nigeria’
  • The challenge of securing Southwest 
  • Fed Govt enjoined to expedite action on Malabu oil scam 
  • Whither Kwara PDP? 
  • Raising sound future leaders 
  • Motorcyclist ‘stabs’ tricycle operators’ leader to death in Lagos 
  • How airports re-opened for international flights, by FAAN 
  • Army, Vigilante rescue four kidnap victims in Delta 
  • How police brutalised, teargassed me, by Fayemi

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • VIDEO: Lagos restaurant humiliated, kicked me out because I’m a woman – Journalist
  • Trial opens for Frenchman who admitted killing wife, burning body
  • Unrest: Uganda’s Museveni meets Ethiopian minister, urges dialogue
  • Lagos bye-election: Court hears suit seeking Abiru’s disqualification Dec 9
  • Unfreeze #EndSARS campaigners’ accounts now, Galadima tells Buhari
  • 2020 has shown me what matters the most- Jennifer Lopez
  • Umahi: PDP hasn’t started discussion on 2023 zoning, says spokesperson
  • #EndSARS: Islamic scholar reports Feminist Coalition to DSS
  • Black Panther 2: Marvel won’t use digital double of late Chadwick Boseman
  • Kidnappers locked me up in car trunk for hours —Obodo
  • Ntamack to miss France’s Autumn Nations clash with Scotland
  • N’Assembly aides demand same pay package with parliamentary staff
  • Kidnapped ex-Eagles star Obodo regains freedom
  • Troops rescue nine kidnapped persons on Kaduna-Abuja Road
  • Mayweather returns to ring for Feb 2021 Tokyo bout
  • $1m capital: Two Nigerian traders in Ghana attempted suicide, says Dabiri-Erewa
  • AFCON qualifier: Eagles test negative for COVID-19, depart for Freetown
  • Payment platform crisis: FG may drop IPPIS for ASUU, others as opposition grows
  • Astounding Ghanaian Painter/Musician, Nyornuwofia Agorsor, shares stunning photos
  • Reps summon NNPC boss, Emefiele, allege N3.2tn, others unremitted
  • Lekki shootings: I saw corpse with bullet-torn head, protester tells panel
  • 40-year-old Benue man sets self, lover ablaze over rejected marriage proposal
  • Food production suffers, prices balloon as floods, COVID-19 devastate farmlands
  • Payment platform crisis: FG may drop IPPIS for ASUU, others as opposition grows
  • One feared dead as vehicle climbs Lagos pedestrian bridge
  • How 45 Lead City varsity students escaped death
  • Buhari yesterday, today and forever
  • Gold and monetary policy
  • Human rights in the aftermath of #EndSARS
  • #EndSARS: Exhuming ghosts of agitations
  • Nigeria’s #EndSARS protest as a revolutionary moment
  • The Ogun virtual meeting on 2021 budget
  • Umahi: PDP hasn’t started discussion on 2023 zoning, says spokesperson
  • Campaign organisation alleges threat to Jegede’s life
  • Kano orders full resumption of JSS, SS1 students
  • Afenifere carpets northern elders over opposition to restructuring
  • Fayose denies nursing senatorial ambition
  • Umahi’ll introduce deceit, fraud into APC, alleges Rep
  • Reps summon NNPC boss, Emefiele, allege N3.2tn, others unremitted
  • Open defecation: Nigeria requires 20 million toilets, says CNG
  • FG considers another tax exemption for small businesses
  • Uyo Chamber of Commerce to build trade fair village
  • Rep, group demand ministry for fisheries, condemn N400bn fish importation
  • Kaduna Dry Port woos Chamber of Commerce, MAN, others
  • We face stigma in a job generally perceived as female profession — Male nurses
  • COVID-19 may linger in faeces after it clears in respiratory tract
  • Over three weeks after, I still carry bullets in my body — Lekki Toll Gate shooting survivor

(www.punchng.com)

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