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Latest news this afternoon (Monday, April 26, 2021)

The Nation

  • 20 tips to avoid being kidnapped, abducted
  • Tompolo, kinsmen wrap up ‘spiritual cleansing’ of N’ Delta communities 
  • ‘Disgruntled losers out to blackmail Akeredolu’ 
  • Ikun Dairy Farm will serve as model, says Fayemi 
  • Kalu: I don’t want to be President but… 
  • Tompolo, kinsmen wrap up ‘spiritual cleansing’ of N’ Delta communities 
  • ‘Disgruntled losers out to blackmail Akeredolu’
  • Ikun Dairy Farm will serve as model, says Fayemi
  • Impact of CBN’s naira-dollar policy on forex inflows, reserves 
  • Security: Southeast governors, leaders insist on Ebube Agu 
  • Boko Haram beheads teacher, preaches to people at Geidam 
  • Alan Shearer, Thierry Henry inducted into Premier League Hall of Fame 
  • Probing anti-terror arms purchases
  • Govt to shut Ojota underpass 
  • Why Pantami must go 
  • #EndSARS: Adelabu to rebuild Ibadan burnt police stations 
  • Sanwo-Olu hosts World Occupational Safety and Health Day 
  • Policeman dismissed for murder 
  • Fire Pantami now 
  • Nine wedding guests die in Edo accident 
  • Police Advisory 
  • Policemen extort N153,000 from student
  • Six car-snatching suspects held in Abuja 
  • Police kill robbery suspect in Abuja 
  • Two smugglers, N38.5m contraband held
  • Phone dealer robbed twice by same gang 
  • CONUA kicks over remittance of members’ dues to ASUU 
  • Banditry: Zamfara evolves new strategy
  • USAID supports HIV-vulnerable families in Adamawa
  • Deforestation: Fed Govt, states revive tree planting 
  • Aremu to El-Rufai: Avoid mass sack 
  • Pantami: Senate must be more careful in future, says Dogara 
  • I’m the only APC politician in Anambra yet to jump ship, says Moghalu 
  • ‘I’m contesting election not to spoil Soludo’s chance’ 
  • Pantami’s legacy
  • NCDC report: No COVID-19 deaths in 12 days 
  • Akwa Ibom community expresses worry over abandoned NTA station 
  • Trainees protest as Anambra empowers 53 unemployed youths
  • Customs generates N18b in three months 
  • LASG to set electricity policy 
  • Why Twitter deleted Keyamo’s tweets on Eedris Abdulkareem 
  • Pantami as a contradiction
  • Abiodun and the culture of cash gifts 
  • Mobile phone users turn to black market for SIM cards 
  • Lagos to partner private sector for sustainable economy 
  • Way forward for TELA maize as confined field trial ends
  • In search of enhanced aviation regulation
  • Refined sugar, derivatives importation banned from FTZ 
  • Put suspected Boko Haram financiers on open trial, says Ndume 
  • Naira falls on back of rising food inflation 
  • Buni seeks more troops
  • Transcorp Plc appoints directors
  • Boko Haram attacks military in Borno town 
  • Soldiers, policemen killed in attacks on checkpoints 
  • Lorient 4-1 Bordeaux: Red-hot Moffi hits first Ligue 1 hat trick 
  • Okagbare claims gold at USATF Grand Prix
  • Guardiola hails  Man City after Carabao Cup win 
  • Home truth from JAMB
  • Tinubu commiserates with Sultan over brother’s death

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • Police rescue kidnapped victim, recover rifle in Kogi
  • Zidane slams call for Real Madrid ban from Champions League
  • Gunmen attack agric varsity in Benue, kidnap students
  • Okada riders, NURTW members clash near LASU
  • DSS didn’t inform NASS of Pantami’s extremist views during ministerial screening –Rep
  • Expose 400 BDC operators funding Boko Haram, Ndume tells FG
  • Sunday Igboho’s aide raises alarm as gunmen attack activist’s residence
  • Pantami: Buhari’s terrorising minister
  • Outrage greets abduction of Christian worshippers in Kaduna
  • Troops raid Benue monarch’s palace, chief escapes
  • Three policemen arrested for extorting LASU student of N153,000 in Ogun
  • Three cops face orderly room trial for losing rifles to gunmen in Enugu
  • Accountant shot by robber dies following rejection by Lagos hospitals
  • NDLEA seizes N10bn heroin in Lagos, Kano, arrest six
  • Command dismisses inspector for shooting man to death in Lagos
  • Three policemen arrested for extorting LASU student of N153,000 in Ogun
  • Stranded commuters lament as fallen container causes gridlock on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway
  • Kidnappers of our kinsmen insist on N15m ransom – Ekiti LG official’s family
  • Nine wedding guests perish in Edo auto crash
  • NICON Insurance faults report on Senate summon
  • 12 power plants suffer gas shortage, 1,610MW idle
  • FG spends N568.5bn annually on power tariff shortfalls – World Bank
  • Coca-Cola recycles 1.5 billion bottles to protect environment
  • Lagos tenants prefer monthly rental payment – Report
  • Oando Foundation, NCF promote cleaner communities
  • Banking sector recorded N356.47tn e-transactions in Q4 – NBS
  • Kalu seeks national stakeholders’ meeting over insecurity
  • Tambuwal, a dynamic governor, says Obasanjo
  • Group drums support for Omo-Agege 2023 gov bid in Delta
  • Nigeria’ll be in trouble if we choose wrongly in 2023 – Dogara
  • Terrible, strong forces trying to destroy Nigeria’s destiny –Tinubu, Tofa
  • PDP sponsoring fake news about Ebonyi on social media – Govt
  • Legions fighting for Gadaffi may have joined Boko Haram — Gen Role, ex-GOC
  • FG making it difficult for South-East leaders to pacify aggrieved youths –Mbamara, retired army captain
  • Zidane slams call for Real Madrid ban from Champions League
  • Henry, Shearer inducted into Premier League Hall of Fame
  • UFC 261: Usman earns $1.5m from Masvidal win
  • EPL promotion thrills Troost-Ekong
  • Angels claim NWFL title, book CAF play-off spot
  • Iheanacho has ability to perform well –Schmeichel
  • Roma suffer loss ahead of Man United Europa clash
  • We hope to have four children —Newly-weds living with autism
  • A fellow patient lent us N30,000 for dialysis, says mother of 12-year-old girl battling kidney failure
  • It’s wrong for husbands to abandon bedroom when their wives give birth — LASUTH CMD
  • How American NGO, Heartbeat International, engages Nigerian health workers to ‘reverse’ abortion for ‘repentant’ women
  • Nipple discharge
  • People with O blood group more prone to cholera –Expert
  • Pfizer confirms fake vaccine shots on sale in two countries
  • Anthony Hopkins and Chadwick Boseman
  • Anthony Hopkins beats Chadwick to Oscar best actor
  • Nomadland wins Oscar for best picture
  • Nigerian tweeps call for suspension of Keyamo’s account over leaked chat
  • Twitter deletes Keyamo’s leaked chat with Eedris for ‘violating rules’
  • Why I approached Keyamo for assistance in 2018 — Eedris Abdulkareem
  • There’s no harm in dancing ‘zanku’— Adeyinka Alaseyori

(www.punchng.com)

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