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Latest news this morning (Monday, November 30, 2020)

The Nation

  • Umahi: I planned my defection to APC with Anyim, others
  • Stock Exchange lifts suspension on FTN Cocoa Processors 
  • Nestlé mops up more Nigerian shares
  • Outrage over killings
  • Zulum urges recruitment of more youths into civilian JTF
  • Robbers attack worshippers in Ogun
  • Seven cult suspects held in Lagos 
  • IMF seeks unified exchange rate for naira 
  • Ajaokuta Steel needs N3b to hire Russian experts 
  • Attack on farmers most violent, says UN 
  • How Nigeria can realise its potentials, by leaders 
  • Troops deployed to rescue kidnapped Borno farmers 
  • Prof, 10 others killed in Kaduna, Plateau, Benue 
  • APC plans emergency NEC meeting for Dec. 8 
  • OPEC ministers meet on oil cuts 
  • Court restores oil fields to Transnational Energy 
  • Education is panacea for insecurity, say experts 
  • Egyptian firm plans gold mining investment in Nigeria 
  • Ogboru: Fed Govt guaranteed my debt to AMCON
  • Varsities workers insist on fair sharing of N40b 
  • Nigeria needs N400b yearly to fix Fed roads, says Senate
  • Sterling Bank: Improving quality growth 
  • Buhari, Sanwo-Olu mourn celebrated journalist Ogunsanwo
  • Afe Babalola: lack of quality education cause of Nigeria’s insecurity 
  • Positioning aviation to ride recession storm 
  • Traders’ union urges govts to compensate affected traders
  • Fed Govt plans 5m solar system for 25m Nigerians
  • Journalists deserve awards as frontline workers, says Omotoso 
  • Kwara records 1,112 cases 
  • Mixed reactions trail proposed CACOVID’s N100b police fund
  • Lekki Toll Plaza: CNN faces test of integrity 
  • Fashola’s alarm 
  • Where are the gentlemen? 
  • As bandits overrun the North 
  • Court dismisses AMCON’s ex-parte order against businessman 
  • Italy to partner Nigeria on maritime security 
  • Oyetola: God revealed to me I would be governor 
  • PDP, APC trade words over insecurity in Ekiti  
  • Court summons Ondo speaker, others for alleged contempt 
  • Ganduje: we won’t allow public assets to rot away 
  • Police commissioner seeks IGP’s authorisation to sue NHRC chief  
  • Yar’Adua’s brother vows to tackle banditry 
  • Buhari’s wife hails groups on women, girl-child empowerment 
  • Thousands protest against drug abuse in Adamawa 
  • Niger deducts workers’ salaries 
  • Alaafin gives panacea for peace 
  • ‘Osun policy review not a vendetta against anyone’
  • Kwara APC faction accuses governor of exclusion of members 
  • Southwest PDP: A divided House 
  • Royal blame game 
  • At his Feet
  • Travails of women, girls living with HIV/AIDS 
  • APC holds emergency NEC meeting Dec 8
  • Katsina passes Child Protection bill into law 17 years after 
  • Lagos Speaker Obasa’s other side 
  • How hoodlums attacked Wike father’s Church 
  • Strike looms as Niger slashes workers’ salaries
  • The life and times of John Rawlings 
  • Borno farmers cry out over killings 
  • Insecurity: 43 feared killed, six others injured in fresh Boko Haram attack 
  • Zoning: Pressure mounts on Secondus as more PDP govs threaten defection 
  • APC: Much ado over special convention
  • Why I gave up birthday celebration for medical outreach – Bello
  • Zulum commends conduct of LG polls, voter turnout 
  • Killing Borno farmers by Boko Haram senseless – Buhari
  • God has cleared me for Anambra guber race, says Moghalu
  • Obasanjo laments Nigeria’s 14 million out of school children 
  • Captain has paid my medical bills, says tricycle rider
  • Mob beats suspected kidnapper to death in Ekiti 
  • Kanu slams ICC, UK, US, others over killings in Borno, Oyigbo 
  • Police arrest drunk inspector in Abuja 
  • Lagos Taskforce destroys over 1,700 illegal shanties at Agege 
  • Court summons Ondo Speaker, others over alleged contempt
  • EPL: Spurs return to top after draw with Chelsea 
  • PHOTOS: 43 farmers killed in Zabamari buried
  • Some leaders are on destructive mission, says Al-Mustapha

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • Kano offers employment to volunteer traffic warden
  • VIDEO: This Happened (69) reviews UK parliament debate on human rights in Nigeria, Maradona’s death, other
  • Jonathan changed the political landscape of Nigeria –Ndume
  • Did Gowon loot the central bank?
  • ‘N3bn may stall resuscitation of Ajaokuta steel firm’
  • ‘I spent five years in prison because I couldn’t pay N10,000 bribe’
  • Buhari taking Nigeria to the Promised Land
  • I received vision that I would be gov – Oyetola
  • US president-elect Biden injured while playing with dog
  • Nigeria open drug markets: Economic hubs or expressways to early grave?
  • Eight killed, children missing in Kaduna communities fresh attacks
  • SSANU opposes ASUU’s platform, demands share of N40bn allowances
  • Akwa Ibom woman kills mother, dismembers body
  • Solar system: 25 million Nigerians to pay N4,000 monthly
  • AuGF sends queries on MDAs’ finances to National Assembly
  • Grass-cutting fraud: EFCC re-arraigns ex-SGF Lawal today
  • Ogun hoodlums snatch soldier’s gun, hold Customs officers hostage
  • Anyim backed out of defection over visit to Buhari – Umahi
  • Akwa Ibom woman kills mother, dismembers body
  • Police finger IPOB, arrest three as explosion rocks Wike father’s church
  • Command nabs suspected cultists for attacking vigilante group
  • Did Gowon loot the central bank?
  • Buhari taking Nigeria to the Promised Land
  • Organising for real change in 2023
  • Strategies for growing frontline leaders in your organisation
  • Creative ways to get Nigeria out of recession
  • Withdraw trade privilege to Pakistan for terror
  • Solar system: 25 million Nigerians to pay N4,000 monthly
  • N38bn budget for road repairs inadequate, says Senate
  • TCN admits national grid’s collapse, plans probe
  • Airlines hike airfares by 100% as operating costs rise
  • NSE to drive engineering development in Lagos
  • NIS, NIOB move to check building collapse
  • My leg was amputated after I was shot at Lekki Toll Gate — 23-year-old cobbler
  • Lagos Red Cross has only one functional ambulance
  • Despite increasing diabetes cases, only 150 endocrinologists serve 200m Nigerians —EMSON president

(www.punchng.com)

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