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Latest news this afternoon (Tuesday, June 1, 2021)

The Nation

  • NECO Registrar passed away after brief Illness – Police, NECO  1
  • Last minutes of late NECO registrar
  • JUST IN: Senate honours Gulak with one-minute silence 
  • BREAKING: Buhari seeks Senate’s confirmation of Yahaya as COAS 
  • UPDATED: NECO Registrar was not assassinated – Family 
  • Governor jets out as gunmen kill 13 in Niger
  • Police arrest 6 suspected IPOB members, recover arms in Ebonyi 
  • Southeast insecurity: ACF issues travel advisory
  • BREAKING: NECO Registrar dies
  • Middle-Belt, North disagree on secession calls 
  • Guinea-Bissau understudies NCC’s digital inclusion strategy
  • Oshiomhole, Ize-Iyamu ask Obaseki to be magnanimous in victory 
  • COVID-19: Fed Govt to deactivate passports of travel advisory violators 
  • JAMB extends registration by two weeks  6:02 AM
  • Ganduje to editors: use media to promote peace, stability 
  • Intelligence report implicates kinsmen in Déby’s assassination 
  • Protests rock Lagos, Abuja, Osun, Edo over insecurity, bad governance in Nigeria
  • Two-week ultimatum for bankers to declare assets 
  • IPOB’s sit-at-home turns bloody in Enugu, Ebonyi 
  • Abiodun’s ex-aide to be arraigned in U.S. June 8 
  • Buhari… Six years after
  • Onyemelukwe: Anambra is ripe for female governor
  • ‘No pressure being a prince and lawyer’ 
  • Wanted: More public interest litigations 
  • To the terrorists called unknown gunmen
  • Is Shekau now dead? 
  • On Lagos-Ogun joint development commission
  • Tasks before the new NPA leadership  
  • Constitution Amendment Caution
  • Sowore not shot at Unity Fountain ― Police 
  • Violators of COVID-19 travel advisory will be grounded for one year – FG 
  • Death toll of Ebonyi herdsmen attack hits 50 
  • Buhari appoints Kingibe as Special Envoy on Chad crisis 
  • Lottery operators clash as Senate summons Akume
  • BREAKING: Gunmen raze another police station in Imo
  • Gunmen murder Imo Immigration chief provost 
  • Ex-President Jonathan mourns Gulak 
  • North is economically viable – Bauchi Gov 
  • Killers of Gulak will not go scot free, Uzodimma declares  
  • How my short temper landed me in trouble, by Brekete Radio Host 
  • UPDATED: Protesters flee as Sowore teargassed in Abuja 
  • FG deepens emergency communication centres nationwide 
  • NDDC board: Again youths shut down East-West road  5:17 PM
  • Army must develop new strategy to win terror war, says Yahaya 
  • Super League rebels have paralysed themselves – UEFA president
  • Denerele Edun: I’m not interested in marriage 
  • How 51-year-old Ibadan businessman was murdered, by Police 
  • UPDATED: Gunmen kill ex-Enugu judge  4:30 PM
  • PHOTOS: Yahaya holds maiden briefing with GOCs, Commanders, others
  • Gulak: Conflict entrepreneurs, planning ethnic war – UNYF

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • North, Middle Belt groups disagree on break up
  • Constitution review: Senate to hold national public hearing Thursday
  • Osun United management, coaches suspended
  • NECO Registrar died in Abuja —Police
  • Senate mourns Ibrahim Attahiru, Ahmed Gulak, others
  • Killing fields: Ebonyi herdsmen killings rise to 52, Niger bandits kill 16
  • Buhari asks Senate to confirm Yahaya as Chief of Army Staff
  • Obaseki: Oshiomhole says conflict unfortunate, Ize-Iyamu pleads for 14 lawmakers
  • Wike, ex-commissioner exchange hot words on TV programme
  • Gunmen rob 25 Oyo estate households, steal money with POS machine
  • SAN, others berate Buhari regime for attack on Sowore
  • Businessman kicks as guard arrested for murder dies in Ogun police custody
  • Man promises Ogun woman in search of shop assistance, rapes her
  • Imo youths raze motorcyclist father’s house for stabbing man to death over money
  • Suspected robber dies in crash fleeing with snatched motorcycle
  • Community tackles Lagos ministry over building demolition
  • CP orders massive manhunt for Enugu ex-judge killers
  • My ‘peacemaker’ son arrested, stopped from NYSC camping – Rivers father
  • Corpse of Immigration provost found in Imo bush
  • NNPC plans to acquire stakes in six private refineries
  • Oil export revenue dropped by 98% in April –NNPC
  • Startup makes Bill Gates’s top companies list
  • COVID-19 vaccination: OPEC projects increase in oil demand
  • FG urges MDAs to attract foreign investments
  • Ekiti threatens to sanction N1.6bn CBN/BOI loan defaulters
  • NASC begins implementation of plant protection law
  • Obaseki: Oshiomhole says conflict unfortunate, Ize-Iyamu pleads for 14 lawmakers
  • Wike, ex-commissioner exchange hot words on TV programme
  • Lagos APC fails to release results of primaries
  • Northern govs condemn Gulak’s killing, Niger students’ mass abduction
  • Anambra poll: Ezeife, 12 PDP governorship aspirants disagree over zoning
  • APC, PDP clash over Gulak’s assassination
  • PDP, Kwara bicker over Abdulrazaq’s scorecard
  • South-West PDP seeks support for Makinde
  • Osun United management, coaches suspended
  • Greenwood withdraws from England Euro 2020 squad
  • Inter Milan’s Arturo Vidal in hospital after positive Covid test
  • Onigbinde was pressurised to drop us from 2002 World Cup – Finidi
  • Chukwueze undergoes surgery, out of Eagles, Lions clash
  • Mass withdrawals threaten Nigeria, Cameroon friendly
  • Sunshine fans lament club’s poor form

(www.punchng.com)

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