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Latest news this afternoon (Friday, October 30, 2020)

The Nation

  • Gunmen kidnap Professor in Anambra 
  • Nigerian policewoman recognised by UN for peacekeeping efforts
  • Police parade 23 suspects in Enugu 
  • I’ll not write about Nigeria 
  • NURTW chief cautions youths 
  • Police arrest Sergeant who shot lover
  • Governors: our grouse about Buhari’s package for teachers
  • 22 killed in failed Boko Haram attack 
  • Southeast governors cash for protest victims 
  • Nigerian youths and the army 
  • History’s greatest man 
  • NCC contributes N2.27tr to Nigeria’s GDP, says Dambatta 
  • Akwa Ibom, Benue have highest number of HIV positive persons, says NACA 
  • Obasa to Lagosians: we will never take you for granted
  • Untold story of Iwuanyanwu Nationale 1994 Plane Crash 
  • Presidency: greed propelled looting 
  • ‘Supreme Court’s judgment will ensure peace at Soku oilfields’ 
  • Ikpeazu gives two NYSC members automatic employment 
  • Miyetti Allah to Igbo: we’ll always promote peace 
  • Wike urged to relax curfew in Oyigbo 
  • Uzodimma launches road construction 
  • ‘Protesters destroy historical heritage in Abia’ 
  • Police, military, MDAs owe KAEDCO N35b 
  • FCT minister says unrest under control 
  • PCN seals 440 medicine stores in Gombe 
  • Police recover 30 more looted tractors in Adamawa 
  • 2022 AFCON Qualifiers: Osimhen, Etebo return against Sierra Leone 
  • Rashford beats Mbappe’s CL record
  • Mancini tips Osimhen’s Napoli as Scudetto contender 
  • CBN: N75b youth fund begins with N12.5b seed capital 
  • Equities rally N388b in three days 
  • Attack on TVC traumatic, says CEO 
  • Oyetola hands over recovered items to owners 
  • Lagos, Ondo, Osun reopen schools 
  • Hoodlums cut off manhood after killing policeman 
  • RTEAN age-long crisis settled 
  • ‘Ignore mischief makers attempting to politicise Amnesty Office’
  • Youth ministry to commence digital skills training for 500,000 Youth in zones 
  • Buhari sympathises with Oba Akiolu 
  • Nigeria drums up support for Okonjo-Iweala as U.S. explains opposition 
  • Panel to meet DisCos on electricity tariffs 
  • New COVID-19 test for Nigerian passengers to Dubai 
  • Buhari felicitates with Afe Babalola at 91 
  • #EndSARS: Amnesty’s report misleading, inaccurate, says Presidency 
  • Nigeria records highest power transmission of 5,459.50MW 
  • Jaiz Bank’s directors bicker over MD’s appointment 
  • Reckless stampede 
  • A matrix of misfortunes 
  • Nwachukwu sympathises with Sanwo-Olu, Tinubu 
  • Buni and challenge of reconciliation in APC
  • Muslim leaders seek peaceful nation 
  • Forum condemns desecration of Oba’s palace 
  • Coalition warns against civil unrest 
  • Clearing financial inclusion hurdles for grassroots empowerment 
  • Push for women’s participation in governance 
  • Siju Iluyomade’s walk for life 
  • Governor Abiodun remembers son DJ Olu 
  • Building a corporate branding, fashion empire 
  • African youths should be involved in Politics full-time, says Bankuli 
  • COVID-19: How Niger govt bridged learning gap 
  • Ayobami Ojo: How I left Manchester to act female Ooni’s role in Osogbo
  • Stakeholders seek comprehensive policy on maritime sector
  • Between trust deficit and tears of fury 
  • NOGICD Act Amendment: NCDMB, others oppose increase of Content Fund,Commission Bill
  • PSN: digital technologies can revamp pharmaceutical sector 
  • ‘How to solve crisis bedeviling mental health care’ 
  • The #EndSARS fury 
  • Abakiliki scapegoating vs. Adeyinka Grandson’s bigotry
  • #EndSARS: Amotekun could have made a difference 
  • Still a potent threat
  • Heart-warming help 
  • Controversial nominee 
  • Anarchy: A beast without memory 
  • NAICOM urges Nigerians to insure lives, properties 
  • Germany, France prepare for new lockdowns 
  • Ogun reopens churches, mosque, hotels 
  • 35 looted tractors recovered in Adamawa 
  • Lagos to rebuild as CP warns miscreants 
  • Sokoto needs N20b for flood management 
  • Katsina goes spiritual against looters 
  • Kano plans upgrade of cattle markets with N300m 
  • Zulum donates N180m, foodstuff to JTF 
  • Barca troll Ronaldo, Juventus after UCL win 
  • Fire gutted 18 rooms, eight toilets in Kano Nursing School

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • Why leaders must address poverty, unemployment now — Tambuwal
  • WTO: Don’t allow Trump to frustrate Okonjo-Iweala, Obiano tells Buhari
  • Arewa, Ohanaeze youths hail Buhari over INEC boss reappointment
  • Awori decries destruction of public facilities in Lagos
  • World leaders condemn fatal stabbings in France
  • US election: Zuckerberg braces for civil unrest
  • My husband didn’t join #EndSARS protest, he was killed while coming from his shop by a policeman guarding a VIP — Ekiti Widow
  • Musa eyes return to Europe
  • Nigeria is a mess one man cannot clean up
  • TVC recounts station destruction, says 250 workers jobless
  • Relocate or be treated like terrorists, Rivers CP tells IPOB
  • Eight arrested as soldiers, Agbekoya clash in Ibadan
  • AuGF queries Nigerian diplomats over N248m extra-budgetary spending
  • I’m not in politics for money, but to serve, says Obaseki
  • OPC pledges to assist Osun recover loot in hiding
  • Policemen killings: IGP begins commands’ tour, Force admits cops’ morale low
  • Free meter distribution begins in Kano, Kaduna, Lagos today
  • Sympathisers rescue 67-year-old man who jumped into Kwara river
  • Yoruba groups’ meeting ends in disarray, members harass convener
  • My husband’s siblings abducted him, seized our property after his death – Widow
  • Four vigilantes, others killed as bandits attack Katsina community
  • Chief Akinyele: The moral titan and his footprints
  • On Joe Biden’s $2tn climate plan
  • Akiolu@77: Salute to a philanthropic, tireless monarch
  • APC lashes PDP over N3bn COVID-19 fund whereabouts
  • Yakubu’s re-appointment, opportunity for INEC to redeem itself – PDP
  • Protest, eye-opener for leaders, says Ortom
  • Bayelsa APC suspends ex-House of Reps member, others
  • We’ve not received constituency project allowance – Ogun Speaker
  • Rice millers to shut down plants over looting
  • Power generation hits all-time peak of 5,459MW – TCN
  • Nigeria imported N2.78tn manufactured goods in three months –NBS
  • We boosted federation account by N44.71bn – NCC
  • LCCI backs ProtectLagos campaign, shifts trade fair

(www.punchng.com)

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