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Latest news this morning (Saturday, May 15, 2021)

Punch

  • How we were kidnapped behind police station –Enugu estate agents
  • Bandits demanded additional N100m after collecting N60m ransom –Parents of kidnapped Kaduna varsity students
  • Lebanese accused of using underage girls for pornography in Plateau
  • Bauchi man kills lover, newborn, dumps corpses in sewage
  • I had second child 24 years after first pregnancy –Liz Anjorin
  • Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Ibrahim Attahiru
  • Boko Haram war: Army recalls soldiers from study leave
  • How I lured, raped six other ladies by offering them phoney jobs – Alleged killer of Akwa Ibom jobseeker
  • Baba Ijesha: I denied my claims at gunpoint, says Sir Koro
  • Banks place limits on domiciliary accounts transfers
  • Govt silent as PDP knocks Oyetola over absence at southern govs’ meeting
  • COVID-19: J&J vaccine may arrive Nigeria in August as Indian variant worsens
  • Restructuring: Reps deny opposing southern govs’ demand, Afenifere gives ultimatum
  • Growing insecurity, major threat to 2023 polls
  • Start good governance in your states, Yahaya Bello tells southern govs
  • I won’t disappoint Nigerians asking me to run for President –Yahaya Bello
  • Fears over 2023 polls as fire guts 19 INEC offices
  • Restructure your states, stop regional campaign, Lawan tells govs
  • Southern governors resolution, act of betrayal – Ex-gov
  • Saraki panel to meet Edo PDP feuding members
  • Rohr includes Marcus, Moffi in 31-man list for Cameroon friendly
  • Iheanacho loses POTM award to Lingard
  • Confed Cup: Enyimba’s Omoyele wary of Pyramids threat
  • FA Cup: Iheanacho, Ndidi on verge of glory
  • Uzoh set to make BAL history
  • AFN constitutes electoral, appeals committees
  • EPL: Torres hat-trick helps Man City beat Newcastle 4-3
  • Truck drivers protest as two die in Anambra auto crash
  • Lagos police command rescues another abandoned baby
  • Sex slaves: NAPTIP takes over case, to rehabilitate victims
  • Police begin investigation as two die in Osun clash
  • Father of four battles kidney failure, needs N6m for transplant
  • Four arrested for burning Imo police area command
  • Banks place limits on domiciliary accounts transfers
  • NITDA warns Nigerians of new cyberattack strategy
  • Lagos extends development plans to 30 communities
  • Oil industry generated N23.8bn VAT in first quarter – NBS
  • Unilever Nigeria to create new company for tea business
  • FG, Ogun committed to sustainable agric devt
  • Network glitches: GTBank, Heritage withhold customer’s N1m for weeks
  • Expert seeks immediate action on malaria treatment
  • Bedwetting beyond age seven is a problem requiring immediate attention —Paediatricians
  • Reasons Nigeria still can’t make human vaccines —Tomori
  • Our sons have small penises, circumcision will reduce their sizes, length —Mums who refuse to have their babies ‘cut’
  • I had second child 24 years after first pregnancy –Liz Anjorin
  • Baba Ijesha: I denied my claims at gunpoint, says Sir Koro
  • It’s important for entertainers to have side hustle –African China
  • I constantly got gifts, didn’t buy anything two months after BBNaija –Dorathy Bachor
  • I’m concerned about mental health of cyber bullies –Etinosa Idemudia
  • Kaduna has large pool of musical talents –Nifty Boi

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • JAMB may shift UTME date, says Oloyede 
  • CBN begins gradual harmonisation of exchange rates 
  • Chad’ll return to democratic rule in 18 months, Itno assures Buhari 
  • Imo: The return of political will 
  • Igbo presidency: El Rufai gets it wrong this time
  • How I killed job seeker Iniubong Umoren, by suspect
  • Lawan, Gbajabiamila under fire over stance on restructuring
  • Scores of bandits killed as Air Force bombs Kaduna forests
  • Abducted Kaduna varsity students: Help, we can’t raise N160m ransom, parents beg FG 
  • $56m fraud investigation: Yau Kumo isn’t Buhari’s son-in-law – Presidency 
  • A/Court sets aside conviction of firms linked to Patience Jonathan 
  • Hoodlums set INEC office in Enugu ablaze 
  • Imo cabinet and Uzodinma’s olive branch 
  • Osun community appoints new officers 
  • Two suspected kidnappers arrested in Ondo
  • Southern governors provoke controversy on national dialogue 
  • Why our administration is focusing more on people- Abdulrazaq 
  • Restructuring must precede 2023 elections, says Yoruba group 
  • Lagos inaugurates committee for film empowerment project 
  • Impactful leadership is a decision… 
  • Sanwo-Olu completed over 1097 school projects, rehabilitated 322 others – Commissioner
  • Monarch petitions Reps, PSC over police harassment 
  • Controversy trails death of socialite during prayer session at Celestial church 
  • How we killed our wives, four others, buried them in shallow graves —Suspected kidnappers 
  • Man kills pregnant lover, buries corpse in sewage 
  • Merge Police, FRSC, NDLEA, Civil Defence to solve security challenges — Ex-IGP Abba 
  • BLUES BATTLE : As Leicester, Chelsea clash in FA Cup final 
  • Romelu Lukaku: How Man Utd flop became Inter icon 
  • Atletico edges closer to La Liga title
  • Furious Neymar out of Coupe de France final
  • ADETOKUNBO FABAMWO : I give people opportunity to prove themselves
  • Creative couples enjoys outstanding sex life 
  • Stella Damasus: I was molested at age eight 
  • Five BBNaija ex-housemates with body enhancement after show 
  • Ajebo: I earned my first pay as a comedian at age 14
  • $56m fraud: Yau Kumo isn’t Buhari’s son-in-law, says Presidency 
  • A/ Court sets aside conviction of firms linked to Patience Jonathan 
  • Defection to APC: Ayade’s dilemma
  • Motorists, commuters groan as truck drivers block Onitsha-Asaba expressway
  • 10 abducted from Katsina mosque escape  7:23 PM
  • I killed Umoren to avenge for how ladies duped me, says suspect 
  • PHOTOS: Police parade Iniubong Umoren’s suspected killer 
  • Double boost for Chelsea as Kovacic, Kante return for FA Cup final 
  • COVID-19: Bayelsa imposes curfew from 8pm to 6am 
  • Aki & Pawpaw announce new TV series
  • Army arrests bandits’ leader in Niger
  • NAF kills many bandits, destroys camp in Birnin-Gwari
  • Army demolishes unserviceable ammunition, explosives in Imo
  • PHOTOS: Parents of abducted Greenfield students pray for their rescue
  • PHOTOS: Tears as Iniubong Umoren is laid to rest 
  • Tears as Iniubong Umoren is laid to rest 
  • Three killed as customs repel attempt to abduct officer 
  • Traumatised parents beg FG to rescue kidnapped Greenfield varsity students
  • Attack on police formations: Dickson calls for increased funding 
  • Sultan tells Buhari, governors to end insecurity
  • Amnesty’ll no longer patronise contractors at expense of ex-agitators – Dikio
  • Narratives of insecurity 
  • Joshua, Fury to fight in specially-built stadium 
  • I haven’t gone to church since I met Davido – Peruzzi 
  • Ganduje frees 123 prison inmates

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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