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Latest news this morning (Tuesday, February 23, 2021)

The Nation

  • Purple Group to deliver 1,000 homes 
  • Oriba residents cry for help 
  • Touching base with Osahon Obahiagbon 
  • Alleged N69b debt: Court voids AMCON’s orders on Jimoh Ibrahim’s firms 
  • Lawan: peace will return before rainy season 
  • 2023: Abiodun backs power shift to Southwest 
  • Alleged N10b fraud: Stella Oduah’s, others’ arraignment stalled again 
  • Ogun, NAPTIP partner to fight child trafficking, others 
  • Divergent views trail planned sale of national assets 
  • ‘Cryptocurrency still not illegal in Nigeria’ 
  • Lagos Law Reform Commission gets new Executive Secretary 
  • CRC gets recognition 
  • Ex-NBA publicity secretary urges politicians to emulate Jakande
  • FITC holds conference March 24 
  • African Fintech Foundry prepares startups for investors 
  • #EndSARS panels: Victims getting justice, but challenges remain
  • Nigerian Breweries declares N7.52b net profit as dividend 
  • Wanted: Harmonisation of insolvency laws under AfCFTA
  • Norrenberger launches Islamic ethical fund 
  • 14 ex-governor’s loyalists get bail 
  • NSE lifts suspension on LASACO Assurance 
  • N6.2b palliatives diversion: Senators seek arrest of NDDC chiefs
  • Ortom accuses Bauchi governor of backing terrorism
  • Gumi: bandits not Boko Haram insurgents 
  • Wanted: premium scheduled carriers 
  • Likely reason Air Force plane’s engines collapsed, by experts
  • How economy climbed out of recession, by minister
  • GenCos to get cheaper gas 
  • Our ordeal inside bandits’ camp, by freed passengers 
  • Row over asset: Okorocha attacks Uzodimma
  • ‘Kano-Maradi rail project to boost AfCFTA’ 
  • ‘Security agencies know location of abductors’ 
  • Nigeria is global leader in HIV response, says NACA 
  • Unending controversy over new SIM ban 
  • Labour urges members to participate in politics 
  • Repositioning agro commodities for export 
  • What you need to know about Buhari’s new ADC, Lt. Col Yusuf Muktar Dodo 
  • Fed Govt to engage 500,000 youths in gas accessories enterprise 
  • ‘Why Nigeria urgently needs an Intellectual Property (IP) Policy’ 
  • How suspected kidnappers killed three-year-old boy, shot sister
  • Fed, state govts urged to back agric sector 
  • Pharmacies, the mainstay of Nigeria’s healthcare
  • Akeredolu’s score card 
  • The genesis of Kwara APC crisis 
  • ‘Breast cancer is not a spiritual attack’
  • PDP: Nigeria’s sovereignty under threat 
  • Why internet service providers are declining, by NCC 
  • Billiri violence: Buhari calls for calm, restraint 
  • The Gumi gambit 
  • Attacks: Cattle, food sellers threaten to shut up shop 
  • Concerns as Ebola resurfaces in time of COVID-19
  • From Kankara to Kagara 
  • 167 died of COVID-19 in two weeks, says NCDC 
  • Fed Govt: virus impacted negatively on gains made in family planning 
  • Allow Nigerian scientists to develop vaccines, Maharaj ji tells govt

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • Petrol landing cost jumps to N186, oil hits $64
  • Aregbesola should accept the reality of Omisore’s APC membership – Ex-lawmaker
  • Fleeing residents shun Ogun palliatives, remain in refugees’ camp
  • Court awards N10.6m against NNPC for blocking road
  • New EFCC chairman, Abdulrasheed who?
  • NCDC calls for calm as another COVID-19 variant surfaces in Nigeria
  • Individuals can build, maintain highways, says FG
  • Three arraigned for invading palace, beating up Osun monarch
  • Division among bandits delays abducted Niger schoolboys’ release
  • Okorocha boasts of presidential bid, 14 ex-aides get N70m bail
  • Student convicted, Ogun socialite arraigned over N35m scam
  • FG is supporting agric, it must subsidise herdsmen’s businesses – Yuguda
  • Fake soldier arrested during Lagos robbery, pickpocket nabbed
  • Ortom attacks Mohammed, calls Bauchi gov ‘Fulani terror’ member
  • We don’t have errand boys, Ekiti APC replies Ojudu
  • Three arraigned for invading palace, beating up Osun monarch
  • New EFCC chairman, Abdulrasheed who?
  • Stop pronouncing vaccine as FaSSine
  • Language is a tool of conquest
  • ‘No poverty, Zero hunger’ goals, a mirage in 2030
  • The lion that cannot be caged
  • Kagara: The coup de grace to Northern monopolisation
  • Aregbesola should accept the reality of Omisore’s APC membership – Ex-lawmaker
  • Okorocha boasts of presidential bid, 14 ex-aides get N70m bail
  • We don’t have errand boys, Ekiti APC replies Ojudu
  • Governors’ intervention will help resolve Imo crisis, says APC
  • Confusion responsible for APC’s extension of membership registration – PDP
  • Enugu ex-Rep Ujam, dumps PDP for APC
  • Petrol landing cost jumps to N186, oil hits $64
  • Individuals can build, maintain highways, says FG
  • Labour silent as Buhari, govs discuss fuel price Thursday
  • NDPHC seals agreement on power supply to Togo
  • Senate seeks documents, N27bn PHCN pension probe begins
  • Africa Prudential, 25 others push stock market lower
  • Sexually transmitted infections
  • Ebola: WHO increases support for Guinea, DRC
  • Embrace health insurance, Fayemi tells Ekiti residents

(www.punchng.com)

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