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Latest news this morning (Saturday, November 14, 2020)

Punch

  • Niger court blocks opposition presidential candidate from poll
  • Al-Qaeda’s second-in-command killed in Iran —Report
  • Yellow fever: Death toll hits 76 in Bauchi, Delta, Enugu
  • 15-year-old new mum stranded in LUTH over N53,000
  • What Patience Jonathan told me when I ran for president –Adesanya-Davies, former presidential candidate
  • Fuel price hike: Nigerians slam Buhari as LCCI, MAN, NACCIMA foresee tougher times
  • How we abducted expatriates, killed soldiers in Bayelsa, Rivers –Suspects
  • Delta hotel remained open day its faulty elevator killed my sister, its management hasn’t visited family –Sibling
  • Bye-elections: 151 candidates to contest in Lagos, Bayelsa, others Dec 5
  • My FAVOURITE Lizzy Omo Ibadan
  • Lekki shootings: Four generals, others testify before panel today
  • N2.9bn contract: CIPPON asks FG to publish names of contractors
  • FG to access $750m World Bank loan for states
  • AFCON qualifier: Angry fans slam Rohr, Eagles after poor performance
  • Eavesdropper: Protests aren’t illegal
  • Lekki shootings: Four generals, others testify before panel today
  • Strike: We’ll explore other options if ASUU remains adamant, says FG
  • ICPC chairman, 71 others make list of new SANs
  • 23 killed in Taraba 121 road crashes in three months –FRSC
  • Being single does not disqualify you from fertility treatment
  • Mind the bag you secure
  • Sickle cell and employment (II)
  • Trump and end of a thrashy presidency
  • A case for 2020 Electoral Act
  • Time to bridge the widening cracks
  • FG’s ‘Greek gift’ to #EndSARS campaigners raises fresh concerns
  • PDP crisis: Fayose’s faction inaugurates parallel reconciliation committee
  • Imo Assembly impeaches speaker, Collins
  • Ebonyi Commissioner Ogbee resigns
  • Political awareness needed in Nigeria, says Ezekwesili
  • Fayose absent as South-West PDP leaders meet
  • Naira weakens to 470/dollar despite CBN interventions
  • AfCFTA: Morocco, Kenya, S’Africa to compete with Nigeria, says PwC
  • Transport cost, major driver of inflation — Finance minister
  • FG’ll access $750m World Bank loan for states —Minister
  • Nigeria’s inflation driven by transport cost —Finance minister

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • UNIBEN undergraduate, Uwaila, gangraped, murdered inside church, laid to rest 
  • NYSC to corps members: Trivialize COVID-19 protocols at your peril 
  • Changing times for Queen Aanu, Alaafin’s one-time favourite 
  • Why we froze accounts of #EndSARS protesters – Access Bank 
  • Ooni, Oba Elegushi, Oniru visit Rev Esther Ajayi 
  • NSA to security agencies: Respect human rights during operations
  • Kwara assets: Witness gives account of how he got property without C of O
  • Why we imposed bread levy in Kogi – Commissioner 
  • 70-yr-old held for allegedly impregnating 15-yr-old granddaughter in Ogun 
  • UNIBEN undergraduate, Uwaila, gangraped, murdered inside church, laid to rest 
  • NYSC to corps members: Trivialize COVID-19 protocols at your peril 
  • Changing times for Queen Aanu, Alaafin’s one-time favourite 
  • Why we froze accounts of #EndSARS protesters – Access Bank 
  • Ooni, Oba Elegushi, Oniru visit Rev Esther Ajayi 
  • Oluwo is five years on the throne 
  • Mike Adenuga: A tale of a billionaire’s impact on entertainers in a decade 
  • Laycon, Neo secure deal with Orijin  7
  • Toni Payne: 9ice is the only man that broke my heart 
  • COVID-19: the second coming of a pandemic 
  • Benue community where children are trafficked for money, sex 
  • Anger as petrol pump price hits N170 per litre 
  • Akwa Ibom governor spent N1.4bn on election – EFCC investigator 
  • 18 feared killed in Edo cult war 
  • Sanwo-Olu unveils first electric car in Nigeria 
  • AFCON Qualifier: Super Eagles blow four-goal lead against Sierra Leone 
  • Arrested development 
  • Nasarawa governor commiserates with The Nation over attack 
  • Reducing cost of governance 
  • Southwest PDP crisis deepens as Fayose faction sets up parallel committee 
  • France announces killing of al-Qaida military leader in Mali
  • 18 killed, five rescued in Bauchi boat mishap
  • FG to set up credit tribunal for loan recovery
  • FG disburses N20,000 grants to rural women in Bauchi 
  • Fed govt launches hypertension control initiative in Kano 
  • Legacy projects: Lalong reads riot act to contractors 
  • Taraba, US-based investment groups partner on economic development 
  • Fire guts Jos Electricity Distribution Company’s office 
  • ICPC chair Owasanoye, 71 others now senior advocates 
  • Nigeria, US, others form coalition against ISIS 
  • US electoral agencies brand Nov 3 election ‘most secure in American history’ 
  • Three shot dead in Ondo robbery attacks 
  • 360 young Nigerians receive scholarships from telecoms foundation
  • Buhari mourns veteran journalist, Bisi Lawrence 
  • Kwara moves to scrap pension for ex-govs, deputies 
  • Nigerian businessman, Peters, plans $1b platinum mine in Zimbabwe 
  • Red Rail Line: Lagos to build four vehicular overpasses 
  • LUCAS ALARIO: Unassuming Argentine Goalario! 
  • Cracks in PDP over Umahi’s plans to defect to APC
  • Does matchmaking really work 
  • CR7: Ronaldo chases all-time international top scorer record 
  • Meet exciting budding international debutants 
  • Behold Millennium Devt Goals clinic where babies are delivered with torchlight 
  • Day magic show with my husband went awry — Prof Peller’s widow
  • Parents, hospital bicker over alleged detention, threats to sell baby
  • MTN Y’ello Star: Race for fame, fortune commences 
  • When legacies matter in leadership 
  • Towards a fair union 
  • Lagos rebuilding project and the special status question 
  • Legalities, democracy and anarchy 
  • BBNaija alumna, Bisola expresses mixed feelings about ‘Introducing the Kujus’
  • Kaffy secures health insurance deal for dancers 
  • Ken Odurukwe: After acting ‘One Chance’ in movie, I fell victim in real life 
  • Choosing the right bra
  • Bunmi Oreaje’s love for cake 
  • Oloori Sekinat shuns big birthday celebration

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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