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Here are the major headlines for Monday, April 6, 2020

Punch

  • Nigeria records eight new COVID-19 cases, total now 232
  • FCT, Lagos, Ogun communities ignore Buhari’s lockdown order
  • Lagos coronavirus cases hit 120
  • COVID-19: Lagos discharges 10-year-old girl, four other patients
  • Consulate compiles stranded Nigerians’ names in America for evacuation
  • Middle East Airlines evacuates 140 Lebanese from Nigeria
  • COVID-19: Police arrest Funke Akindele over house party
  • COVID-19: Global cases rise to 1.2 million, US records 323,953
  • COVID-19: UK death toll rises to 4,934, PM rushed to hospital
  • COVID-19: UK warns of tougher social distancing measures
  • Lagos security guard, neighbour arrested for defiling minors
  • Masquerader’s arrest not responsible for DPO’s death –Command
  • 2020 UTME cut-off marks not ready –JAMB
  • Poly lecturers suspend planned strike over coronavirus
  • Release my twins’ corpses for burial, journalist begs UPTH
  • COVID-19: SERAP advises FG to transfer N5,000 electronically
  • Osun COVID-19 patients peculiar, can infect massively — Oyetola
  • Wike announces food delivery to Rivers residents
  • Obiano threatens to abolish boreholes
  • Gunmen abduct Nasarawa gov’s special adviser
  • Borno to begin irrigation farming in 28 communities
  • We’ve not started sharing relief package –Ogun
  • Coronavirus: Wamakko donates foodstuffs to Sokoto residents
  • UCH begins COVID-19 test
  • LASUTH places three health workers in isolation
  • COVID-19: DELSUTH doctors lament shortage of face masks, PPEs
  • Hoodlums invade Bayelsa warehouse, cart away bags of garri

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Pope celebrates Easter Mass without worshippers at Basilica
  • CoVID-19: Trump predicts ‘lot of death’ as U.S. cases pass 322,710
  • FirstBank donates N1b to COVID-19 fund
  • Lagos rolls out survey on COVID-19 
  • Doctors, TUC kick against Chinese doctors invitation 
  • China records rise in new coronavirus cases
  • South Sudan records first coronavirus case
  • Nigerian woman dies of Coronavirus in UK
  • COVID -19: Air Peace delivers medical supplies from Turkey
  • NCDC, Dettol deny Funke Akindele as ambassador
  • CBN orders Interswitch to commence card dispute resolution
  • NAICOM may postpone recapitalisation
  • NECA urges suspension of taxes, levies’ collection
  • Wike slams Fed Govt for ‘politicising’ fight against coronavirus 
  • Ortom tests negative 
  • Abia to mass-produce face masks, others
  • COVID-19: 10 A’Ibom pastors arrested for holding services
  • Benue EXCO approves N100m
  • Five patients in A’Ibom responding to treatment
  • Osun discharges 109 foreign returnees
  • 52 complete isolation in Oyo
  • LSETF announces moratorium on loans to beneficiaries
  • Legacy Initiative to Nigerians: pray today

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Vanguard

  • COVID-19: NIGERIA NOW HAS NINE TESTING FACILITIES
  • COVID-19:  Senate to consider FG’s request  for N500bn intervention fund
  • Gov Makinde tests negative to Covid-19
  • We have 3 COVID-19 confirmed cases— UBTH
  • COVID-19: I did not donate N1 billion to FG, Senator Uba
  • Egypt evacuates citizens from Nigeria
  • UAE CENTRAL BANK TAKES NEW ANTI-CORONAVIRUS STEPS, BRINGING STIMULUS TO $70 BILLION
  • IRAN’S ROUHANI SAYS LOW-RISK ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES TO RESUME FROM APRIL 11
  • Gorgi Ambush Attack: Buratai Personally visits wounded troops in Maiduguri
  • 2011 poll: Campbell’s rigging postulations distorted— Jonathan
  • 5G AND CORONAVIRUS HAVE NO LINK— EXPERTS
  • NCoS confirms death of 4 inmates at Kaduna centre
  • Friends of Prof: 100 businesses to get N1m each to boost their enterprises
  • PRESSURES MOUNT ON NAIRA AS EXTERNAL RESERVES HEADS BELOW $34BN IN APRIL
  • STANDARD CHARTERED COMMITS $1 BILLION TO FUND COYS HELPING TO TACKLE COVID-19
  • Covid-19: Simba TVS distributes face masks, hand sanitizers to keke drivers
  • FCMB GROUP REVENUE UP 6.2% TO N188 BILLION
  • DANGOTE CEMENT WOOS INVESTORS WITH N100BN ISSUE
  • DPO keeps mum as Varsity Don petitions Police Service Commission over Rights abuse
  • Borno to resettle 28 displaced communities
  • BENUE GOVT TO CONDUCT POST-MORTEM EXAMINATION ON SUSPECTED COVID-19 VICTIM
  • COVID-19: Edo LG enforcement team seal off 13 worship centres

(www.vanguardngr.com)

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