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Latest news this morning (Monday, November 23, 2020)

The Nation

  • Jimoh lbrahim, NICON tackle AMCON 
  • Under-fire Rohr gets fresh support to lead Eagles 
  • FIBA Afrobasket: D’Tigers hit camp today
  • Govt’s failure led to recession, says PDP 
  • Eagles’ Watch: Iwobi shines in Everton’s win 
  • AFN chiefs set for Ogbomosho Marathon 
  • PDP leaders begin search for Secondus’ successor 
  • APC, PDP clash over governors’ visit to Jonathan 
  • Experts: recession to hit major sectors of economy 
  • Transcorp Hilton Abuja wins four awards at 2020 World Travel Awards
  • Pompeo confirms Trump’s withdrawal from open Skies Treaty 
  • Ethiopia warns civilians of ‘no mercy’ in Tigray offensive 
  • Burkina Faso holds election under looming threat of violence
  • Biden to name first cabinet picks tomorrow 
  • Tambuwal urges leaders to emulate Balarabe Musa
  • Kebbi launches data capture portal to boost employment
  • Fed Govt gets three aircraft for NCAT 
  • Benue NAFEST contingent leaves for Jos
  • 2023: Northern group backs Igbo president 
  • NHRC plans 16-day activism to curb gender-based violence 
  • ‘No fresh attack on Zulum’s convoy’ 
  • Gbajabiamila condoles with Abuja vendors 
  • Yuletide: Fashola asks contractors to make Lagos-Ibadan road motorable, safe
  • Buhari urges security agencies to tackle violence 
  • Weststar introduces Mercedes-Benz GLE SUV 
  • How Nasarawa APC chairman was abducted, killed 
  • AMCON seeks to recover N784m debt from Ogboru 
  • Push for technology-driven growth in agric 
  • UBA takes agency banking to 20 African countries
  • FirstBank promotes savings with KidFirst, MeFirst accounts 
  • Paxful: We’re helping more people gain financial independence 
  • Transcorp Hilton wins four awards 
  • Two UBA’s top-line rises to N454.4b in Q3 
  • Juju Priest 
  • Still on Lekki ‘massacre’ sans bodies 
  • G-20 leaders pledge vaccines for all 
  • Europe faces third wave early next year, WHO warns 
  • ‘AfCFTA will open up neighbouring markets for Nigeria’ 
  • No Corps member tested positive in Bauchi, says NYSC 
  • Foreign Minister, HCSF flex muscles over Perm Sec 
  • Minister urges sanction against NPA attackers 
  • 66 graduates get Fed Govt’s job placement in Ondo
  • LAUTECH split: ‘No winners, no losers’ 
  • Bola Ige memorial symposium holds Dec 17
  • Shareholders, stockbrokers, others kick against unclaimed dividends trust fund 
  • ‘How we cut losses by N800b in a year’ 
  • Global carriers need 2,430 freighters in next 20 years 
  • ‘How to recreate Nigerian economy for optimal benefit’ 
  • Fed Govt lists November savings bond 
  • CBN: Cashless banking attracts e-payment risks 
  • Nigerian equities lose N470b amid profit-taking 
  • Coalition hails Sanwo-Olu’s pledge on ex-governors, deputies’ pension 
  • Mixed reactions trail return of LCDAs in Ekiti 
  • #EndSARS protest: Was there massacre in Lekki?
  • African Swine fever and the need for biosecurity measures
  • Dakuku’s ‘Strategic Turnaround: Story of a Government Agency’ for release January 2021 
  • Delta State: Arming the girl-child  1:00 AM
  • Recession: Govt, private sector recovery pill for economy 
  • Time for Manufacturing Africa 
  • Umahi’s linkage politics 
  • Evaluating Lagos’ empowerment initiatives
  • UBA grows gross earnings to N454b in Q3 
  • The battle next time 
  • Why Igbos supported Donald Trump 
  • ‘NLNG Train-7 to generate 52,000 jobs’ 
  • Fed court trashes Trump’s poll suit in Pennsylvania 
  • Uzodinma’s demolition of Somto Hospital, Owerri
  • Bad optics 
  • Credit tribunal 
  • Lawan to critics: Sack all senators in 2023 if you like 
  • Seun Kuti launches Movement of the People despite police ban 
  • Customs lists communities in Kwara, Niger where smuggling thrives 
  • Challenging times for Prophet Ogundipe 
  • ASUU not exempted from IPPIS, FG clarifies 
  • WHO warns against use of remdesivir for patients 
  • INEC bars APC from Bayelsa West senatorial by-election 
  • 2nd Niger Bridge: 2022 completion sacrosanct, say Buhari, Fashola 
  • You can’t run away with our mandate, PDP tells Ebonyi lawmakers 
  • SARS not the crux of Nigeria’s problems — Mohammed Belgore 
  • #EndSARS: How hoodlums attacked customs officers in Ogun, flooded markets with contraband 
  • Mother narrates how 17-year-old son impregnated his younger sister 
  • PIB: Niger Delta host communities demand ownership, control of trust funds 
  • Toronto, Canada’s largest city, put into lockdown 
  • Rivers approves contract for sixth flyover
  • Police officer killed during protest in Ekiti
  • WHO COVID-19 envoy fears third wave, calls Europe response ‘incomplete’ 
  • JTF raids ‘deadliest’ smugglers den in A’Ibom 
  • Anambra traders lament soaring prices of goods 
  • A’Ibom offers repentant cultists amnesty 
  • FG acquires security hardware to fight sea piracy 
  • 2023: Northern group backs Igbo presidency 
  • Pro-Buhari group lauds Umahi for dumping PDP, strengthening S/East, North alliance 
  • N25bn refund pitches Ubah against Governor Obiano 
  • Govs’ visit to Jonathan rattles PDP, says APC 
  • Recession: We need painful actions, adjustment to 2021 proposed budget — Atiku 
  • APC charges security agencies to fish out killers of its chieftain in Nasarawa 
  • IPMAN boss urges privatisation of refineries 
  • Recession: You’ve failed, PDP tells Buhari, APC
  • I saw the Okada menace coming 
  • Who is Umahi fooling? 
  • 2020 United States elections: A postscript 
  • Creeping back to Indirect Rule?
  • COVID-19, oil prices drag Nigeria into second recession in four years 
  • Recession: The road to recovery 
  • Troops foil attack on Kaduna communities 

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • Water transportation will reduce port congestion —NIWA
  • End gas flaring, employ our youths, host communities urge Seplat
  • Securities dealers oppose FG’s proposed unclaimed dividend fund
  • Kidnappers demanded soft drinks before releasing ABU students
  • ABCON kicks against speculators depreciating naira forcefully
  • FCT vendor awaiting resumption in ministry before killing – Colleague
  • Escort policemen kill Ekiti man, abandon corpse, van in hospital
  • Rohr didn’t deserve a new deal –Akpoborie
  • Expert seeks increased sickle cell awareness
  • Nigeria must prepare for future pandemics – Osibogun
  • Endocrine disruptors’ chemicals in the environment
  • Nwora’s NBA draft thrills D’Tigers coach
  • Tyson eyes Joshua in exhibition bout
  • Okoye keeps second clean sheet, James hits brace
  • FIFA lists Nigerian refs for 2023 Women’s World Cup
  • Ease Lagos-Ibadan Expressway congestion for Christmas, Fashola tells contractors
  • Refineries gulped N81.41bn, refined zero crude – NNPC
  • Labour stages a walkout as fuel talks collapse again
  • Buhari regime’s second recession: Cut governance cost, aid production, diversify, experts tell Federal Govt
  • Kidnappers demanded soft drinks before releasing ABU students
  • Task force team leader, members detained over N100,000 bribe
  • Dissecting Senator Bukola Saraki’s homecoming to Kwara
  • #EndSARS: Matters imperative (2)
  • #EndSARS protest and extrajudicial killings
  • APC demands Nasarawa chairman’s killing probe, Buhari, others mourn
  • My philanthropy separate from politics, says Okorocha
  • Probe Obiano’s N25bn bond, Ubah tells Anambra Assembly
  • Beware of APC, PDP cautions Nigerians
  • Abia APC members threaten to undermine party over alleged imposition
  • 2023: Group backs Igbo presidency
  • Securities dealers oppose FG’s proposed unclaimed dividend fund
  • ABCON kicks against speculators depreciating naira forcefully
  • Train 7 to create 52,000 jobs, says NLNG
  • Ease Lagos-Ibadan Expressway congestion for Christmas, Fashola tells contractors
  • Refineries gulped N81.41bn, refined zero crude – NNPC
  • NDPHC to re-award contracts for 2,000MW power plants
  • #ENDSARS victims: Relations’ desperate search from Police Station to hospital mortuaries
  • Pregnancy possible three months after fibroid surgery
  • ‘What to do if you can’t taste, smell four weeks after surviving COVID-19’

(www.punchng.com)

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