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Latest news this morning (Thursday, December 3, 2020)

The Nation

  • ENDSARS: Ondo panel receives 32 petitions 
  • Open our work place, Tompolo’s workers tell EFCC 
  • No place is safe in Nigeria now, Sultan laments 
  • Police ask court to stop ongoing probe of abuses by judicial panels
  • President Buhari as the curse of APC  9:40 AM
  • Plateau South: PDP urges INEC to disqualify APC candidate over PVC 
  • Kano PDP crisis deepens over council poll
  • Bello proposes N130b budget  
  • Senate urges INEC to comply with restoration of constituencies in Benue 
  • Niger workers begin strike over pay 
  • Interpol warns against fake, theft of inoculations
  • Police impound two bullion vans for moving cash without escort 
  • Osun monarchs endorse Oyetola for second term
  • Kidnapped Chinese freed in Ekiti 
  • Abiodun passes N339b 2021 Appropriation Bill to Assembly
  • Assistant CP axed to death in Calabar 
  • Gridlock as tanker explodes on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway 
  • I will work for Lagos special status, says Abiru 
  • Kidnappers demand N20m for abducted students 
  • Commission to train drillers, producers
  • Suspected killers of Ondo monarch arrested 
  • COVID-19 vaccine for roll out in UK 
  • $6.2b spent to identify, treat HIV patients, says Fed Govt 
  • Skewed structure bane of Nigeria, says Akeredolu 
  • Court restrains IMC from performing NDDC job
  • ‘Encourage more private sector participation in Energy space’ 
  • Amnesty Office condemns beneficiaries over protests in varsities
  • Govt gives relief materials to Zabarmari community 
  • Pfizer/BioNTech gets approval for roll-out in UK 
  • NEMA: we have to adapt to pandemic, climate change 
  • Finance Bill scales second reading in Senate 
  • Panel summons ex-Zamfara Governor Yerima over ‘police abuse’
  • Food crisis imminent in Nigeria, says VC 
  • Okorocha urges Buhari to sack Cabinet members 
  • Activists warn against planned protest 
  • UBA Group Subsidiaries Win Bank of the Year Awards
  • Profit-taking halts equities’ rally with N42b loss 
  • Banker’s Awards: Zenith Bank is Bank of The Year
  • Buhari to honour House invitation  5:50 AM
  • Kanu’s Hotel case adjourned to January 16 
  • Tinubu commiserates with Zulum, Borno people 
  • Fed Govt to sanction discos selling meters 
  • Babyface eyes world title 
  • Europa: Rangers’Aribo doubtful against Liege 
  • Joshua’s title defence‘s ticket to cost N 0.5m
  • Killing of Borno farmers cruel, says UN envoy 
  • 774,000 jobs fail to take off again 
  • Algeria, Nigeria will ensure success of AfCFTA, says minister 
  • Governors fear spread of insurgency to other regions 
  • Buni taking Yobe to greater height
  • Year of the funeral pyre 
  • 19 die of Lassa fever in Bauchi
  • Fed govt hopeful varsities will reopen soon 
  • Court won’t order Fani-Kayode’s arrest for absence from trial
  • Borno farmers’ killing portends food crisis, says VC 
  • Aregbesola inaugurates task force on expatriate quota 
  • Saraki to Secondus: don’t interfere in PDP reconciliation moves 
  • FEC okays N120.7b for roads, other projects 
  • Obaseki swears in SSG 
  • ‘INEC ready for Enugu by-election’ 
  • ‘Abolish state/local govt joint account’
  • ‘Ihedioha not defecting to APC’ 
  • Councillor kidnapped in Edo 
  • UAM, third varsity to get off national grid
  • Wike presents N448b budget to Assembly 
  • IYC disowns president over calls to sack NDDC committee 
  • Youths’ quest for good governance
  • Security and the nation 
  • Cross River by-election: police impose curfew 
  • Take your studies seriously, students told 
  • VC restates commitment to staff welfare 
  • Adhere to COVID-19 safety guidelines, students urged
  • Board inducts pioneer locally-trained prosthetics, orthotics
  • UDUS’s students seek end to hemp smoking in private hostel 
  • COVID-19, Chymall succour and great expectations from 2021 (1) 
  • Ogun APC urges support for Abiru 
  • How is Ortom tackling the challenges of governance in Benue?
  • Akeredolu visits Ndoma-Egba over wife’s demise 
  • Boko Haram: Northeast governors back Zulum’s call for mercenaries 
  • ‘Only good governance can silence social media’
  • Edo Museum of West African Art 
  • On ticket racketeering at Abuja/Kaduna train stations 
  • A vote for the ‘constabulary’  
  • Turning Nigerian Army to a fighting machine 
  • Koshobe 43: Death so cruel 
  • Jonathan should avoid APC’s poisoned chalice 
  • ASUU strike and students’ right to education 
  • On the insecurity in Northern Nigeria 
  • North is bleeding 
  • Reckless driving 
  • Catch 22. 
  • ‘925 names smuggled into Constables’ recruitment list’ 
  • Fed Govt appoints national task team on vaccine 
  • Six Corps members test positive in Abia 
  • 11 killed in Sokoto accident

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • EndSARS: Police ask court to stop judicial panels’ probes
  • Champions League: Nine teams reach last 16, Morata tops scorers table
  • Continued border closure counterproductive –MAN
  • #EndSARS: Obaseki expands Judicial Panel of Inquiry, hails performance
  • Boko Haram insurgency: Retired generals, NEF, others warn against hiring mercenaries
  • Enugu establishes malnutrition centres for children, women
  • Bye election: No court disqualified Plateau South candidate, says PDP
  • We’ve arrested suspected killers of Ondo monarch — Amotekun
  • 48 NBA players test positive for COVID-19
  • Defection: Ihedioha not leaving us for APC, says Imo PDP
  • Sultan’s bravery meets reality
  • Nine injured in Anambra auto crash
  • Qatar to support Army, police, others with $1bn —Group
  • Aisha Buhari seeks harmonisation of gender violence laws
  • Kidnappers collect N100m in Kwara to free Ekiti Chinese worker
  • Boko Haram insurgency: Retired generals, NEF, others warn against hiring mercenaries
  • We’ve arrested suspected killers of Ondo monarch — Amotekun
  • Nowhere is safe under Buhari, Sultan-led JNI laments
  • Lagos CP slams banks over bullion van robberies
  • We’ve arrested suspected killers of Ondo monarch — Amotekun
  • Nine injured in Anambra auto crash
  • Kidnappers collect N100m in Kwara to free Ekiti Chinese worker
  • Sultan’s bravery meets reality
  • Help! Nigeria is in trouble
  • The media and disability inclusion
  • Construction etiquette: Lagos-Ibadan Expressway example
  • Recession: More Nigerians sink below the poverty line
  • Bring terrorists to speedy justice
  • Defection: Ihedioha not leaving us for APC, says Imo PDP
  • Four lawmakers still share toilet, Ogun Speaker tells Abiodun
  • Kogi Assembly backs Bello for 2023 Presidency
  • Stop using my father’s image for politics, Ojukwu’s son tells politicians
  • Anyim told Jonathan’s wife not to support my gov bid – Umahi
  • Saraki-led PDP reconciliation panel warns NWC against interference
  • Continued border closure counterproductive –MAN
  • Buhari to go tough on Discos, agents selling prepaid meters
  • Stock market down by N42bn on profit-taking
  • Naira gains, exchanges for 490/$
  • Nigeria resumes petrol import from China
  • NPA hands over Tarkwa Bay land to Navy

(www.punchng.com)

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