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Latest news this afternoon (Monday, May 31, 2021)

Punch

  • Falana, Falz, others protest insecurity, poverty in Lagos
  • [VIDEO] So This Happened (100) reviews pastor faking own kidnap to dupe church members, others
  • Birth limit policy: China to allow three children per family
  • Gulak: Insecurity now worse in Imo under APC –Reps minority caucus
  • Sowore: Don’t further heat up Nigeria, Okei-Odumakin tells FG
  • States bank on PPP projects as cash crunch bites harder
  • UPDATED: Sowore injured by tear gas canister at Abuja rally
  • IPOB sit-home: Shops, banks, schools shut, vehicles desert Owerri
  • Buhari talks tough, APC, ACF condemn ex-Jonathan’s aide killing
  • 119 passengers from high-risk countries refuse isolation – Lagos
  • AMCON drags 3,000 defaulters to court over N5tn debt
  • Explosion rocks Rivers motor park, scores injured
  • Command probes claims of body part dealers’ den in Rivers forest
  • Six arrested stealing rail track in Ogun, crime weapons recovered
  • Suspected herdsmen raid Ebonyi, Benue, Enugu communities, kill 46
  • Oil worker paraded as Imo police station attacker, family, colleagues kick
  • Man, 60, entices nine-year-old girl with N50, defiles victim
  • Two killed in Imo as hoodlums share seized onions
  • Bankers’ panel withdraws from N1bn fraud probe, firm petitions SFU
  • Six airports handled no passenger in 2020 – FAAN
  • Rising debt service cost weighing on FG’s revenue – PwC
  • FG opens bid for concession of 12 roads
  • AMCON drags 3,000 defaulters to court over N5tn debt
  • Senate probes NNPC’s alleged failure to remit 10-year stamp duty
  • NNPC pledges crude supply to 20,000bpd Lagos refinery
  • First Bank recognised as most admired financial firm
  • Stop running around, Abuja can’t make you Rivers gov – Wike
  • APC may cancel Gbajabiamila’s LG’s primary, others over violence
  • Aggrieved aspirants petition Lagos APC over primaries
  • CNG rejects constitution review hearings, faults Gulak’s killing
  • Lagos APC regrets violence at primaries, wants culprits arrested
  • Criminals vs protesters: A tale of two treatments
  • One killed as cultists disrupt Lagos APC council primaries
  • NGF, restructuring and the challenge of good governance
  • Why I left Real Madrid —Zidane
  • Chelsea’s Rüdiger apologises over De Bruyne injury
  • Copa America in Argentina suspended over coronavirus surge
  • Brume’s feat will motivate Nigerian athletes at Olympics – Dare
  • NPFL can’t thrive unless it’s run as business –Finidi
  • Pre-Olympics friendly: D’Tigress lose 79-47 to Belgium
  • Lille set to win race for Nigerian duo Olise, Danjuma
  • My TAMPPAN suspension, joke of the century — Nkechi Blessing
  • Power couple Simi, Adekunle Gold celebrate daughter at one
  • Waiting for men to demand sex in relationships childish — Yetunde Bakare
  • No big deal in having sex on first date – Pretty Mike
  • I prefer being behind camera— Okiki Afolayan
  • Marriage didn’t make me dump ‘Spiff’ — Samuel Ajibola

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Two persons reported dead in Aba auto crash 
  • IPOB’s sit-at-home: Traders, Banks, residents comply in Anambra 
  • NDDC board: Niger Delta militants back Tompolo
  • PHOTOS: Abakiliki completely shut down as residents obey sit-at-home order 
  • UPDATED: Gunmen kill ex-Enugu judge 
  • IPOB’s sit-at-home: Traders, Banks, residents comply in Anambra 
  • NDDC board: Niger Delta militants back Tompolo 
  • PHOTOS: Abakiliki completely shut down as residents obey sit-at-home order
  • UPDATED: Gunmen kill ex-Enugu judge 
  • NARD to govt: address our demands or risk another strike 
  • Imo Police neutralise Gulak’s killers 
  • Buhari expresses outrage over murder of Gulak 
  • Sowore reportedly teargassed during protest in Abuja 
  • Sowore not shot at Unity Fountain ― Police  
  • Awka residents obey IPOB’s sit-at-home order 
  • Internet subscription hits 154 million, says NCC 
  • Why I left Real Madrid, by Zidane 
  • Total compliance as Ebonyi residents obey IPOB’s sit-at-home order 
  • PHOTOS: Fayemi, El-Rufai, others receive second dose of COVID-19 vaccine 
  • Review monthly salary, appointment process of judges, Afe Babalola tells govts 
  • Scores of pupils kidnapped from Islamic school in Niger 
  • JUST IN: Many injured as explosion rocks Port Harcourt market 
  • BREAKING: Ayade sacks four commissioners, five other appointees 
  • BREAKING: JAMB gives candidates two weeks to sort registration hassles 
  • Report of attack on Ebonyi community not true – Police 
  • CP orders manhunt of alleged assailants of unidentified man in Enugu 
  • 2021 UTME: JAMB says no further extension of closing date for registration 
  • Uproar over more killings, abductions in Oyo, Imo 
  • NDLEA arrests 10 alleged online drug traffickers in Abuja, seizes 107kg of cocaine
  • Bandits demand N180m for judge, lawmaker, American returnee, others 
  • West Africa leaders suspend Mali from region bloc over coup 
  • Tompolo to Fed Govt: inaugurate NDDC board within seven days 
  • Niger Gov travels abroad after mass abduction of students 
  • Varsity workers demand licensed guns to secure tertiary institutions 
  • Buhari to inaugurate Lagos-Ibadan standard gauge June 10
  • Police, pro-Biafra group disagree over arrest of 57 agitators 
  • South, Middle Belt leaders demand power shift from North 
  • Constitution review and consolidation of democracy 
  • X-raying Nigerian military aeroplanes’ constant crashes 
  • Forensic audit: MTN, Airtel top complaint list for data depletion

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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