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Latest news this morning (Saturday, November 21, 2020)

Punch

  • Oyo seals six hotels, four banks, others over Land Use charges
  • South African police tear-gas anti-racism protesters
  • FG exempts ASUU from IPPIS, raises allowances, revitalisation fund to N60bn
  • Cocoa prices rise as producers, processors clash
  • FIFA ban Haiti soccer chief for life after sex abuse investigation
  • Strike: Law students sue ASUU, FG for N10bn
  • NUC transfers LAUTECH ownership to Oyo
  • VIDEO: Newspaper vendors protest colleague’s killing by Gbajabiamila’s DSS detail in Abuja
  • Akande, Osoba meet Buhari, keep mum
  • Army launches Operation Crocodile Smile VI in Bayelsa
  • Mourinho questions Sterling’s withdrawal from England games
  • Ekiti varsity resumes Monday
  • Buhari commiserates with Ndoma-Egba over wife’s death; mourns Bida
  • Gunmen kidnap, kill former NUPENG chairman in Rivers
  • Strike: ASUU, FG meet again
  • FG exempts ASUU from IPPIS, raises allowances, revitalisation fund to N60bn
  • Gbajabiamila names DSS aide who shot newspapers vendor
  • When I become President
  • Checking that Plan by Borno’s Babagana Zulum
  • Contradictory signals on the #EndSARS protest
  • #EndSARS: Matters imperative (2)
  • #EndSARS protest and extrajudicial killings
  • Nigeria: A decade of impunity and inaction
  • 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
  • Cocoa prices rise as producers, processors clash
  • Nigeria to resume fuel imports from Niger Republic
  • 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
  • Lawmakers kick, dismiss representatives as DPR boss shuns summons

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Jumbo pay: Vote us out in 2023 if you don’t like us- Lawan 
  • Celebrating milestones in a pandemic 
  • UPDATED: FG exempts ASUU from IPPIS, offers N65bn to end strike 
  • This life, this year 
  • ECOWAS, partners to assess impact of virus on child rights, protection
  • LAUTECH: NUC resolves ownership crisis in favour of Oyo 
  • We provided Malami sufficient materials to prosecute indicted SARS officers —NHRC 
  • Prophet, mother, son remanded for allegedly killing 400 level LASU student in Osun 
  • Kwara sends bill to repeal pension  for ex-govs, deputies to assembly 
  • Seun Kuti launches Movement of the People despite police ban 
  • Kunle Afolayan: Actors should take every role seriously 
  • Lalong signs consolidated revenue bills into law
  • Shortage of nurses hits Plateau 
  • Customs lists communities in Kwara, Niger where smuggling thrives
  • Remain strong, icon of democracy, Fintiri tells Jonathan @63 
  • Tension persists in Oyigbo LG as chiefs beg Army to retain troops 
  • Police nab suspected ‘yahoo boys’ with coffin
  • Diri flags ‘Operation Crocodile Smile’, hails Army on security 
  • Police launch manhunt as gunmen kidnap, kill former NUPENG boss in Rivers
  • Challenging times for Prophet Ogundipe 
  • Big distraction for El-Rufai’s son as he picks wife 
  • Segun Agbaje hints at next move after GTB 
  • Gaining respect in your relationship
  • Tricky test for Barca, Madrid
  • Messi still open to Man City move
  • Flick hits 50th mark as Bayern host Bremen 
  • Eight corps members test positive in Bauchi 
  • Africa’s confirmed COVID-19 cases approaching 2.03m 
  • LG chair, 14 Abuja-bound passengers abducted in Edo 
  • WHO warns against use of remdesivir for patients 
  • Lawan to critics: Sack all senators in 2023 if you like
  • INEC bars APC from Bayelsa West senatorial by-election 
  • #EndSARS: Six men charged with setting police station ablaze 
  • DSS probes shooting of vendor by personnel  
  • Jungle Africa football 
  • Trump and democracy in America 
  • FG exempts ASUU from IPPIS, raises allowances, revitalization fund to N65bn 
  • Charly Boy, daughter in social media war  3:05 AM
  • EFCC: Magu out as Salami panel okays interim chair for two years  3:01 AM
  • Lagos panel gets picture of SARS man who ‘threw trader off two-storey building’
  • (www.thenationonlineng.net)

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