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Latest news this morning (Saturday, April 10, 2021)

The Nation

  • A ‘conversation’ with Yinka Odumakin and Innocent Chukwuma 
  • Why US can’t help Nigeria on security challenge — John Campbell 
  • HOW OBASEKI’S BULLDOZERS RENDERED US HOMELESS: Relations of Odubu, other Oshiomhole’s associates count losses after demolition exercise
  • REIGN OF TERROR! Anxiety in Southeast states as gunmen unleash horror 
  • Drug trafficker excretes 113 wraps of cocaine worth N423m 
  • Why amnesty scholarship beneficiaries must take JAMB exams – Dikio 
  • Three nabbed for vandalising EEDC property 
  • Anambra 2021: Stop attacking Ngige, APC leaders, aspirant advises colleagues 
  • Okorocha dancing on graves of victims of insecurity – Imo Govt 
  • IPOB, OPC pushing Nigeria into ethnic war – Dambazzau 
  • Rivers bans meeting of Igbo group in Oyigbo LG 
  • Sanusi Lamido Sanusi makes another successful outing 
  • Ezekwesili threatens to sue Omojuwa 
  • Outrage over Zamfara gov’s threat against southerners 
  • Buhari specially loves Ijaw people because of ex-President Jonathan – Sylva 
  • Striking Resident Doctors to refund N308 million over payment to government treasury 
  • Gunmen kidnap petrol dealer in Fayemi’s hometown 
  • Aisha Buhari: Why I criticise my husband’s government
  • El-Rufai: I won’t pay bandits even if they kidnap my son
  • Mbappe waiting game continues 
  • Tuchel admits Abraham faces battle to win back Chelsea spot
  • Guardiola salutes Bielsa’s Leeds Utd
  • Mourinho dismisses Man Utd’s penalties ‘record in EPL
  • EL CLASICO: Battle-hardened Madrid host Barcelona at Bernabeu 
  • Gerrard angry over racial abuse 
  • Buhari yet to consult Police Council on new IGP 
  • Pulisic will be ‘huge weapon’, says Tuchel 
  • Cavani ‘unsure’ on Man United future – Solskjaer  
  • Zidane: Messi needs to stay at Barcelona 
  • COVID-19: Lagos eases restrictions on social, event centres
  • Encomiums as CCII honours ALGON chair, Aleshinloye
  • ‘Strongman’ Pasuma sheds tears 
  • Pastor Ighodalo’s soft side 
  • Nnamdi-Ogbue ‘cooking new food’ for boardroom members 
  • Florence Ajimobi celebrates first birthday without hubby 
  • Drama as workers bid DG bye with protest in Kwara 
  • Police arrest cleric for abducting teenage girl for ritual in Ogun
  • Security personnel foil attempted jail break in Bauchi
  • Lilian Okoli: Genevieve’s success inspired my acting career 
  • Cobhams, Kidjo, others sensitise fans on COVID-19 vaccine 
  • Yam Market fire: Senator seeks FG’s support for victims in Plateau
  • Gyakie: three things female artist should consider before starting music 
  • African tradition is unfavourable to women –Uche Ogbodo
  • Biodun Stephens screens new film Breaded Life 
  • Mr P: Why I postponed my album three times 
  • Lateef Adedimeji, Ayo Mogaji grace Okoto premiere 
  • Burna Boy’s producer Benjamz gets Grammy recognition 
  • Toyin Abraham promises fans acting opportunities in upcoming series 
  • Medical trip: Buhari only went to London for second opinion – Ngige 
  • Attacks on Police, Correctional Centre in Imo can lead to insurgency – Lawan
  • Sexy in turtleneck  4:08 AM
  • Why Kogi masses desire Musa Wada’s return
  • 2023: ACF, Northern Elders, others reject zoning, back restructuring
  • Tribunal deregisters doctor whose patient lost right leg 
  • Olu of Warri’s reign will be peaceful, say Itsekiris, kingmakers
  • Flood of tributes as Prince Phillip dies at 99 
  • NCS names Owerri prison escapees, publishes pictures 
  • I won’t pay ransom even if my son is kidnapped, says El-Rufai 
  • IPOB raises alarm over killing of Biafrans in Akwa Ibom, Benue 
  • Security situation in South-East, South-South critical, says IGP
  • Tension in Benue as military hunts killers of 11 soldiers
  • ENDANGERED SPECIES (2): Natives rot in poverty as questions trail billions of naira budgeted for Niger Delta development 
  • Rugby spotlighted on Glo-Sponsored CNN African Voices
  • NSF: Bayelsa, Delta in swimming gold rush 
  • Rodgers tips Iheanacho to step into Vardy’s boots
  • Reinventing Nigeria’s sports 
  • Tasks before Police IG Baba 
  • We’re hunting for killers of 11 soldiers in Benue – Army 
  • What to know about late Prince Philip

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • NSF: Team Ogun claim five gold
  • Sports Festival: Edo top in kickboxing
  • London Mayor backs Wembley to host Joshua, Fury bout
  • Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium best in Nigeria —Kwara dep gov
  • Bauchi jailbreak attempt caused by mobile phone, says NCS
  • VIDEO: How Aliu, Lagos area boy, became a modelling sensation
  • COVID-19: Lagos, FCT shut seven treatment centres
  • Makinde, Fayose’s factions fight over 756 S’West PDP congress delegates
  • Hunger will kill me, daughter, grandma if I don’t hawk in Lagos traffic – 26-year-old single mother amputated at 11
  • Lagos eases restrictions on social gatherings, event centres
  • Alex Saab: Ezekwesili threatens to sue Omojuwa for fraud, hires Falana
  • UPDATED: Seven injured in foiled Bauchi jailbreak
  • FG, Reps in marathon meeting with doctors over strike
  • How we planned kidnap of three bank managers, collected ransom in dollars –Gang
  • Police nab Ogun cleric over abduction of teenager for ritual
  • Again, one killed in Rivers cult attacks
  • Ogun prophet arrested for alleged rape of 17-year-old member in church
  • UNIPORT student slumps, dies at home after exams
  • Septuagenarian, two others nabbed for lynching burglar
  • Trans-border trafficker caught with 280kg drugs in Kebbi
  • Two jailed for life over Ondo poly lecturer, other’s kidnap
  • Maritime workers threaten strike as dockworkers lose job to foreigners
  • FG about to start four new rail projects — Amaechi
  • Nigeria’s daily oil production hits 1.57 million barrels
  • NNPC to resume oil exploration in Sokoto Basin
  • CBN freezes another 194 accounts of firms, BDCs, others
  • Marketers project petrol price reduction as oil falls
  • Green Africa to deploy 15 aircraft across Nigeria
  • 2023: Group knocks APC council for asking Bello to drop ambition
  • ‘Drop your presidential bid, go for APC chairmanship’
  • PDP govs in Zamfara, beg Matawalle not to join APC
  • PDP picks Monday for South-West congress in Osun
  • Nigeria can learn from South Africa on fair politics – Secondus
  • Shun religious, ethnic differences, Mark tells leaders
  • I’ll make a difference in Anambra, says Ekwueme’s daughter
  • Anambra PDP hires 181 town criers, for mobilisation
  • Sports Festival: Edo top in kickboxing
  • London Mayor backs Wembley to host Joshua, Fury bout
  • NSF: Ondo heavyweight boxer knocks out opponent in 15 seconds
  • Bribery allegations against me a setup – Sodje
  • Edo 2020: Team Delta dominate athletics event
  • Dare’s special appeal to FG rescued festival – MOC
  • Halle Berry, Missy Elliot, Eve, others mourn DMX
  • Why I’m still single –Rita Dominic
  • Veteran actors suffer depression when forgotten –Foluke Daramola-Salako
  • Mike Okri signs distribution deal with Tune Afrique
  • Why I’m called ‘corporate mad man’ –Peter Trailblazer
  • Tiger Street Food Festival shakes Owerri

(www.punchng.com)

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