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Latest news this morning (Sunday, April 25, 2021)

The Nation

  • Keyamo blasts Eedris Abdulkareem over ‘jagajaga reloaded’
  • Nigeria is at war, says Soyinka
  • Anambra 2021: Aspirants play religious card
  • 98-yr-old flogged over alleged witchcraft in Delta 
  • 2023: Why APC crisis is festering in Akwa Ibom
  • Is Nigeria the next Iraq? 
  • Islamic cleric offers scholarships to two sexual abuse victims 
  • My posture as foremost critic earned me mandate to run –New Lagos Country Club president
  • Students’ killing: Fear grips parents as bandits insist on N800m ransom 
  • From banking to catering, success story of 31-year-old 
  • How hooded gunmen killed eight in attack on Uzodinma’s home 
  • Uzodimma will pay for our commander’s killing – IPOB
  • ‘I lost my parents, pregnant sister, other siblings to Boko Haram attack in one day’ 
  • Tributes as mother of Emir of Kano dies in Egypt
  • All of me, loves all of you 
  • Transcorp makes new appointments to its board 
  • Foreign investment: Ogun raises economic team to liaise with Indonesian investors 
  • Give new security chiefs time to implement their ideas – Omo-Agege urges Nigerians
  • Parents, your children become who/what you expose them to!
  • 50 percent of untreated meningitis cases will die, says NCDC 
  • How FG N2tr debt cripples GenCos machines, operations
  • OLUCHI AKUNNE: Why I decided to manage my daughter 
  • Geidam attack: My people at the mercy of Boko Haram – Rep 
  • Halima’s TOP TEN 
  • Thank God, justice has been served, sports icons laud George Floyd verdict
  • Okocha, Kanu dazzle as Rite Foods backs Elegushi Peace Cup 
  • HALIMATU AYINDE: How football took me from street to Sweden 
  • OLANIKE SHODUNKE: I built my self esteem on the job 
  • More knocks for Presidency over comments on Pantami 
  • Straw bags that thrill 
  • The death of the Desert Fox 
  • The minister’s professorial bread-baker 
  • Tinubu: We must unite against terrorists, bandits 
  • Triangulating Nigeria’s budgetary crisis under Emefiele, Ahmed
  • Clerics outline condition for prosperity 
  • Pa Williams celebrates 92nd birthday
  • Secession not the solution, says Foursquare GO 
  • Address Nigeria’s social economic problems —Prophet Arabambi 
  • 50million Christians work against girl child violence
  • Addax Petroleum: How Buhari’s action saved Nigeria from international embarrassment 
  • Much ado about refineries’ repairs 
  • George Residence becomes first hotel accepting bitcoin in Nigeria
  • CEO tasks marketing leaders on corporate social investment
  • Food security: Farmers’ group demand security for farmers 
  • Oyoyo app showcases local designers to int’l market 
  • Experts raise concerns over Nigeria’s $3.3 billion debts to China
  • ‘Don’t waste COVID-19 lessons’ 
  • Day Abiodun rewarded smart students, heroic teachers with houses, cash
  • Rescuing Nigeria? Functional Followership Forum (3F): The Way Forward! (1) 
  • Chief S. B. Falegan: A moral colossus departs in a blaze of glory 
  • Judges for life? 
  • The Left grows bigger among Democrats; the Far-Right is dominant among Republicans – Whither America? (2)
  • Meningitis: 50% of patients will die if untreated – NCDC
  • France, allies back son as Chad buries former President Deby

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • Eedris Abdulkareem was once desperate to support Buhari, says Keyamo
  • We hope to have four children —Newly-weds living with autism
  • Isa Pantami places Buhari on the watchlist
  • Baba Ijesha: We’re sad, disappointed, say theatre practitioners
  • How American NGO, Heartbeat International, engages Nigerian health workers to ‘reverse’ abortion for ‘repentant’ women
  • Fashola, Tinubu and Ambode
  • New law: Lagos may take over Tinubu, Fashola, Ambode’s cases from EFCC
  • UFC 261: Kamaru Usman knocks out Masvidal in second round
  • Students’ killing: Swallow your vain pride and seek help, Soyinka tells FG
  • How I gave birth to triplets after nine miscarriages — New mum
  • Pantami: PDP, ex-Buhari associate, TMG attack Presidency
  • NDLEA uncovers drugs hidden in Virgin Mary statue, auto parts
  • Two nabbed with human skulls in Kaduna cemetery
  • ASP killed, three cops injured in Adamawa mob attack –Police
  • NDLEA uncovers drugs hidden in Virgin Mary statue, auto parts
  • 28 killed in fresh suspected herdsmen attacks on Benue, Nasarawa communities
  • NAPTIP reunites victim with family 20 years after
  • Why we beheaded businessman whose wife raised only N40,000 out of N5m ransom –Suspected kidnapper
  • Attack on Uzodinma’s country home claimed three security operatives —Police
  • Lagos amputee hawker celebrates birthday, set to open supermarket
  • NNPC refineries idle for 19 months, record N177.21bn loss
  • MTN, Audiomack partner on music streaming
  • Govt should cut frivolous spending to tackle fiscal deficit — Prof. Onalo
  • 78% Nigerian power consumers get less than 12-hour daily supply — World Bank
  • Netflix adds 3.98 million subscribers, falls short of target
  • Trash to cash: Fighting environmental degradation with technology
  • Facebook launches tools to boost vaccine acceptance in Nigeria
  • Nigeria’ll be in trouble if we choose wrongly in 2023 – Dogara
  • Terrible, strong forces trying to destroy Nigeria’s destiny –Tinubu, Tofa
  • PDP sponsoring fake news about Ebonyi on social media – Govt
  • Legions fighting for Gadaffi may have joined Boko Haram — Gen Role, ex-GOC
  • FG making it difficult for South-East leaders to pacify aggrieved youths –Mbamara, retired army captain
  • Akpabio and the fresh tussle in Akwa Ibom APC
  • Thrilling exploits of people with Nigerian ancestry in elected positions abroad
  • Politicians are sponsors of banditry, says Uzodinma
  • UFC 261: It hurts to be knocked out in my family’s presence, Masvida laments
  • UFC 261: Kamaru Usman knocks out Masvidal in second round
  • Ex-UFC champion Weidman breaks leg seconds into Hall bout
  • Troost-Ekong helps Watford seal EPL promotion
  • Jorginho: Lampard wasn’t ready for Chelsea job
  • Edo 2020: The good, the bad, the amazing
  • Sanwo-Olu backs Robo to win Super Six tourney
  • We hope to have four children —Newly-weds living with autism
  • How American NGO, Heartbeat International, engages Nigerian health workers to ‘reverse’ abortion for ‘repentant’ women
  • People with O blood group more prone to cholera –Expert
  • A fellow patient lent us N30,000 for dialysis, says mother of 12-year-old girl battling kidney failure
  • It’s wrong for husbands to abandon bedroom when their wives give birth — LASUTH CMD
  • Pfizer confirms fake vaccine shots on sale in two countries

(www.punchng.com)

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