News, People

Latest news this afternoon (Tuesday, January 21, 2020)

Punch

  • I’m sorry we made you cry, Lorenzo begs Napoli’s young fan
  • Australian Open: Zverev pledges prize money to bushfire relief
  • Father isolates, tortures children to drive out ‘bad spirits’
  • Farmers encroach on 138,000 hectares of forest reserves in Ondo – Akeredolu
  • Judge withdraws from Edo APC case over neutrality petition
  • EPL: Manchester United want Dembele to replace injured Rashford
  • Prince Harry arrives Canada, to start royal transition
  • YouTube users spent $58m in December – Report
  • Impeachment: Trump calls trial ‘disgraceful’ and a ‘hoax
  • Doctors’ negligence should not warrant violence, says NMA
  • Buhari confirms Salih-Farah as substantive NITT DG
  • BREAKING: Boko Haram kills CAN chairman in Adamawa
  • Support for Amotekun shows how primitive Yoruba people are – Miyetti Allah
  • Court affirms dismissal of KWASU lecturer for sexual harassment
  • Gunmen abduct mother of bank manager in Delta
  • Father isolates, tortures children to drive out ‘bad spirits’
  • Diesel-laden tanker falls, catches fire in Lagos
  • Lagos pipeline fire: Residents count losses, five confirmed dead
  • Man claiming to be Ondo missing child’s abductor remanded
  • Man beats, stabs wife to death in Ogun
  • Delta police arrest notorious female robber, two others
  • Estate residents accuse power firm of extortion, overbilling
  • Police arrest notorious female armed robber in Delta
  • UPDATED: Five die, 39 vehicles razed, 150 people displaced in Lagos pipeline explosion
  • I’m sorry we made you cry, Lorenzo begs Napoli’s young fan
  • Australian Open: Zverev pledges prize money to bushfire relief
  • EPL: Manchester United want Dembele to replace injured Rashford
  • Malami writes Makinde to reinstate sacked ALGON members
  • APC seeks clampdown on ‘dubious’ protesters
  • Danjuma says no regret endorsing Obaseki’s second term
  • APC aspirant says Akeredolu has no plan for Ondo
  • PDP members protest in Abuja, London, demand Ihedioha’s reinstatement
  • ‘Rivers APC meeting not in Amaechi, Abe’s interest’

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Amotekun: No compromise, says Akeredolu 
  • Agbekoya, Vigilante, OPC, others walk for Amotekun amidst tight security in Ibadan 
  • Alleged $2.1bn arms scam: Absence of Fani-Kayode, stalls trial continuation 
  • Operation Amotekun rally holds in Ondo 
  • Forfeited Ilorin houses: EFCC trying to scandalise me, says Saraki
  • Dokpesi opens defence in N2.1bn alleged fraud charge 
  • Boko Haram executes abducted Adamawa CAN chairman 
  • BREAKING: Police storm Amotekun protest venue in Lagos 
  • BREAKING: Supreme Court fixes 2pm for judgments in Adamawa, Benue governorship disputes 
  • Armed Policemen, DSS storm venue of Amotekun rally in Ogun
  • BREAKING: Supreme Court to deliver judgment in case against Ortom 
  • Amotekun solidarity walk: police take over Ibadan venue 
  • Five dead, 11 houses lost to Lagos pipeline fire 
  • UN condemns attack on humanitarian facility in Borno 
  • Dickson, Reps member, Salvador, NANS back Amotekun 
  • No upset as Lalong, Mohammed, Ganduje, Tambuwal retain seats 
  • PDP chiefs lead street protest against Supreme Court verdict in Abuja
  • Anger over PDP’s protest against Supreme Court 
  • Uzodinma raises alarm over plot to impeach him 
  • Okada, Keke riders kick as Lagos restricts routes 
  • Amaechi decries delay in Lagos-Ibadan train project 
  • Arms, drugs smuggled through our borders, says Buhari 
  • AGF demands disbandment of caretaker committees in Oyo, others 
  • Buhari seeks extradition of fugitives from UK 
  • Army to foreign agencies: don’t back Boko Haram 
  • Concern over low quality of local rice 
  • Malabu: EFCC files 42 charges against Adoke
  • IMF, World Bank differ on Nigeria’s growth forecast 
  • Atiku’s son-in-law, lawyers to get separate ‘laundering’ trials 
  • ICC U-19 World Cup: Okpe tips Nigeria against West Indies 
  • Debutant Omotayo faces tough task in Tokyo qualifiers 
  • NFF board members divided over Normalization Committee 
  • P&ID: Briton’s trial resumes today 
  • ROAD TO QATAR 2022: Eagles get second round opponents today 
  • Ogun govt to reduce pharmaceutical drugs’ prices 
  • OOU turns out 42 First Class graduates 
  • ‘300 House on the Rock workers didn’t resign, emigrate’  
  • Itele-Awori: Family asks court to nullify installation of six Baales
  • Ooni of Ife preaches Yoruba unity 
  • Governors seek opponents’ support 
  • ‘INEC stands by its election results’ 
  • Minister urges more efforts to tackle power shortage 
  • Agric needs more attention to avert food crisis, say Gowon, Abdulsalami, Babangida 
  • Court remands three for ‘robbery’ 
  • Alleged N437m fraud: Three BDC operators for trial 
  • ‘No extension of ultimatum to bandits’ 
  • Suspected abductor of toddler remanded 
  • Police arrest man for ‘stabbing wife to death’
  • Foundation announces appointment of coordinator 
  • FRSC decorates 24 newly promoted officers in Badagry 
  • Teenagers, woman charged with stealing underwear
  • Lekki/Ikoyi Link Bridge begins implementation of cashless policy 
  • EFCC arrests 89 suspected yahoo boys 
  • Sanwo-Olu seeks balanced development trade between Africa, UK 
  • Police parade 60 suspects 
  • Amotekun and quest for centrifugal federalism
  • Why Amotekun is timely
  • Private security practitioners want ‘Amotekun’ to operate at state level
  • ‘High maternal, child mortality is human rights violation’
  • The Nigerian Internet Law 
  • Mediators’ President is Ayade’s special adviser 
  • ‘Hot to end violence against women, girls’
  • EFCC wins Institution of the Decade award 
  • ALSCON and endless legal tussle
  • Law, order take centre stage in Sanwo-Olu’s Project T.H.E.M.E.S
  • Imo: Why judicial review may fail 
  • StanChart eyes market disruption with digital bank 
  • ‘How cryptrocurrency aids terrorism financing’ 
  • Why crisis persists in Edo APC, by ex-commissioner
  • Ajimobi: I left good legacies in Oyo 
  • Fed Govt working out equitable electricity tariffs, says minister 
  • Issues against National Single Window’s take-off
  • Swift Response team bursts petrol cartel in Kebbi 
  • Discordant tunes over POF
  • The eyesore called Cross River Library 
  • StarTimes slashes decoder, dish prices, offers free subscription 
  • Inside story of Lagos baby blood transfusion controversy (1)

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Comments

comments

About the Author

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.