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Latest news this afternoon (Friday, May 14, 2021)

Punch

  • 17 drown as two Nigerians survive Tunisian shipwreck
  • Buhari meets Chad’s interim president
  • Alleged rape: What Baba Ijesha told me —Yomi Fabiyi
  • Why I won’t link NIN to my phone number —Aisha Yesufu
  • Southerners talk too much, North already planning to leave Nigeria – Ex-Oyo gov, Ladoja
  • UPDATED: JAMB will decide UTME dates, others Saturday — Oloyede
  • Southerners talk too much, North already planning to leave Nigeria – Ex-Oyo gov, Ladoja
  • Why I won’t link NIN to my phone number —Aisha Yesufu
  • Southern governors resolution, act of betrayal – Ex-gov
  • Suspected herdsmen kill six in Taraba
  • Trauma, inability of families to raise ransom responsible for victims’ death – Benue suspected kidnappers
  • Lagos driver absconds with boss car, arrested in Edo
  • Command goes after motorcycle thief, two nabbed in Ogun
  • Protest as Customs men kill five Sallah fun seekers in Oyo
  • Man amputated as another refrigerator gas explosion rocks Abeokuta
  • Ondo varsity laments as 200-level student commits suicide
  • Bank deposits rose by N6.95tn in one year – CBN
  • NLC backs NUPENG, kicks against petrol subsidy removal
  • Three refineries processed no crude in January – NNPC
  • Bitcoin loses over $120.78b in 24 hours
  • 12 power plants idle, generation falls to 3,928MW
  • ICSAN boosts corporate governance for business continuity
  • NGX Group to unveil new campaign after demutualisation
  • Fears over 2023 polls as fire guts 19 INEC offices
  • Restructure your states, stop regional campaign, Lawan tells govs
  • Southern governors resolution, act of betrayal – Ex-gov
  • Saraki panel to meet Edo PDP feuding members
  • PDP’s call for Amaechi’s sacking reckless, says APC chieftain
  • Open grazing: Ortom backs Southern govs, says practice not feasible
  • APC, PDP senators clash over calls for Buhari’s impeachment
  • APC to release convention timetable May ending
  • Iniesta extends contract with Japanese side Kobe
  • Serie A: Juventus battle Inter Milan for Champions League survival
  • Ferguson ‘grateful’ for extra years after brain haemorrhage
  • Hearn confirms August 14 for Joshua, Fury bout
  • Nigeria to participate in 10 events at Tokyo Olympics
  • US Olympic champion Evans suffers stroke, on life support in Ogun
  • Petition to cancel Olympics submitted in Tokyo
  • Expert seeks immediate action on malaria treatment
  • Bedwetting beyond age seven is a problem requiring immediate attention —Paediatricians
  • Reasons Nigeria still can’t make human vaccines —Tomori
  • Our sons have small penises, circumcision will reduce their sizes, length —Mums who refuse to have their babies ‘cut’
  • ‘Why hypertension cases are rising in Nigeria’
  • I haven’t gone to church since I met Davido —Peruzzi
  • Fans celebrate Davido’s daughter Imade on new ambassadorial deal
  • Wizkid celebrates first son at 10
  • D’banj set to unveil new female signee
  • Aki and Pawpaw announce new series, Fatty and Sons
  • Davido’s daughter Imade becomes brand ambassador for baby soap

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • UPDATED: JAMB may shift UTME 2021 
  • Lawan to Govs: Restructure your States before calling for restructuring at federal level
  • Imo govt condoles family of IMSU student killed by stray bullet
  • BREAKING: JAMB may shift UTME 2021 
  • CHUKWUEZE: My rough road to Villarreal 
  • Iniuobong Umoren: Don’t threaten me with lawsuit, David Hundeyin replies Akpabio 
  • Lessons for Nigeria from EPL, by Femi Adesina 
  • BREAKING: Buhari meets Chad’s Interim President 
  • Police parade Iniubong Umoren’s suspected killer Friday 
  • Auto crash claims two lives in Onitsha 
  • How to win the war on insecurity
  • Real Madrid stay in title hunt with win at Granada 
  • Rapists and their apologists 
  • Imo’s dangerous example
  • Nigeria and Nigerians — but why?
  • FG, Kebbi Govt working to tackle banditry in Kebbi, says Gov Bagudu 
  • Nigerian farmers raise alarm as insecurity threatens food availability 
  • Four killed in NCS, smugglers clash in Iseyin 
  • CAN to NSCIA: Caution extremists who are not grounded in Islam
  • Muslims should stop aiding, abetting bandits – Gov Mohammed 
  • Stop ridiculing Yoruba deities, Traditional worshippers tell Oluwo 
  • Defection to APC: Ayade’s dilemma 
  • Buhari mourns ‘thorough-bred solder’ Dogonyaro 
  • Baba Ijesha’s confession was obtained under duress – Yomi Fabiyi 
  • A’Ibom CP: Iniubong Umoren’s killer not dead
  • Arrested suspect too old to be ESN member, IPOB tells Army 
  • Kidnappers of Deeper Life Pastor demand N30m ransom 
  • World Press Freedom Day: When journalism is threatened, democracy is at stake
  • Sound Sultan does not have throat cancer – Baba Dee
  • Matawalle’s largess 
  • Police investigates fire incident at Enugu INEC office 
  • Row as Iyabo Ojo sues Yomi Fabiyi, demands N100m for defamation 
  • Lagos clears shanties, illegal squatters at Iganmu under-bridge 
  • Baba Ijesha will remain in custody until courts resume – Lagos CP 
  • Ohanaeze to Sanwo-Olu: ignore ploy to pit Igbo against Yoruba
  • Let’s not condone banditry, says Bauchi governor 
  • Lawan, Gbajabiamila, Adamu: Southern governors wrong 
  • ‘PDP urges National Assembly to fix electoral loopholes’
  • Basketmouth: Why I approached Flavour and Phyno for my album 
  • Shina Peller deviates from the norm 
  • Special terrorism prosecution courts to be reactivated, says Malami 
  • President to PSC: Prevent third wave 
  • Ganduje frees 123 prison inmates
  • Governors counsel Nigerians at Eid 
  • COVID-19: Fed Govt worried over disregard to protocols 
  • Buhari, Lawan, Gbajabiamila, others observe Eid at Aso Villa 
  • Letter to Ramadan 
  • Youngster Kuti eager to shine at NTTF Championships 
  • Adepoju, Lawal, Udi others to contest Players’ Cup final 
  • FA Cup Final: Rodgers rallies Iheanacho, Ndidi
  • Free-scoring Nwankwo eyes NPFL top shot award 
  • Amuneke bags Imo FA award 
  • Joshua, Fury to fight in specially-built stadium
  • Awoniyi doubtful for Union Berlin against Leverkusen 
  • Gerrard applauds Aribo’s defensive quality 
  • Buhari, Lalong, others mourn Gen. Dogonyaro
  • 2.9m IDPs, 70,000 refugees in Nigeria, says UNHCR
  • QATAR 2022 FIFA World Cup: Pinnick wants top friendly matches for Eagles 
  • Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games: Team Nigeria opens Japan camp in July 
  • Ashley Cole faults Arteta on Bukayo Saka 
  • Narratives of insecurity 
  • Sultan tells Buhari, governors to end insecurity
  • Ladoja, Obasa, Igbo youths back governors 
  • President hails NDLEA’s performance in fight against insecurity
  • Malami: letter to Delta group was about £80m Ibori loot
  • Edo PDP crisis: Obaseki begs state exco members 
  • Police station razed, suspects freed in another attack by gunmen
  • Ensuring no child dies of preventable diseases
  • ‘National Theatre’s renovation to create 16,000 jobs’ 
  • Naira falls to N411.25/$1 at I&E window 
  • 11 years of nuptial bliss for Jameel and Bella Disu 
  • King Joel to reward mothers with N12.5 million 
  • Rivers Governor Wike passes Rotary’s four-way test
  • Electricity tariffs review looms 
  • ‘Women should be prepared for future jobs’ 
  • ‘Bridging gap between ideas and execution is our competitive edge’ 
  • Sovereign investment in a time of COVID-19
  • Community leader tasks Abiodun on security 
  • ‘Regions deserve sense of belonging’
  • Mustapha and APC chairmanship aspiration
  • Last Mile buses 
  • For an enduring peace
  • Lessons of Ramadan 
  • Appraising Sanwo-Olu’s poverty alleviation initiatives 
  • BREAKING: Liverpool beat Man Utd 4-2, boost top four finish 
  • NASS tackles Southern Govs over call for restructuring 
  • Two million vaccines reserved for second jab, says FG
  • Bloody Sallah as Customs allegedly kills four, injures one in Iseyin

(wwwe.thenationonlineng.net)

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