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Latest news this morning (Thursday, May 6, 2021)

Punch

  • Baba Ijesha: What Yoruba Nollywood owes us
  • Gun recovered as man threatens to kill worshipper in Lagos mosque
  • Senator demands drastic action against Buhari regime
  • Division emerges in APC as Adeyeye attacks Fayemi over member’s suspension
  • 30 Kwara students taking exams arrested for Internet fraud
  • Boko Haram attack plot on National Assembly, VIP locations causes scare
  • Mbaka resurfaces, protesting youths attack Enugu bishop’s house
  • Revenge-seeking cultists attack OPC men in Ondo, six killed
  • Cash crunch: Labour draws battle lines, warns against salary slash
  • Delta police demanding bribe to find missing girl – Sister
  • Akwa Ibom gov’s wife leads protest over slain jobseeker
  • Gunmen abducted hospital owner to treat wounded colleagues –Police
  • Ogun man wanted for killing cop, stabs mother-in-law to death
  • Destitute, hoodlums turn Pen Cinema Bridge into abode
  • Revenge-seeking cultists attack OPC men in Ondo, six killed
  • 26-year-old man arrested for cloning EFCC emails to defraud victims
  • Ogun residents protest as gunmen abduct driver, three passengers
  • Crude nears $70, raises fear of federation account depletion
  • Nigeria nears 5G deployment as NCC, NigComSat sign MoU
  • Nigerian firms to support Liberia on port development
  • NIMASA to accredit professional courses for Navy
  • Curb $70m illegal fishing, Reps tell NIMASA, Navy
  • Apapa, Brass, Bonny Island, high-risk waters – Report
  • Bank directors want corporate governance improved in sector
  • Division emerges in APC as Adeyeye attacks Fayemi over member’s suspension
  • Crisis looms in National Assembly, APC caucus denounce anti-Buhari move
  • Imo attacks sponsored, about 2023 elections – Uzodinma
  • Tackle poverty to end insecurity, Olawepo-Hashim urges FG
  • Imo: Secondus cautions Uzodinma against witch-hunt
  • APC has performed beyond PDP’s 16-year achievements —Yahaya Bello
  • New 111 lawmakers may cost tax payers N1.2bn monthly
  • Bode George faults Lagos anti-graft law, says it’s self-serving
  • NPFL clubs in race to meet CAF deadline
  • Athletes unhappy over dissolution of federations – Onye
  • Federations dissolution pointer Nigeria not ready for Olympics – Dalung
  • Arsenal keen on Onuachu
  • World Cup qualifiers: Edo, Delta battle to host Eagles matches
  • Hoopers bank on D’Tigers star at BAL
  • Nadal cruises into Madrid last 16, Barty faces Badosa
  • ‘Excessive dieting leaves women at risk of fertility problems’
  • As childhood leukaemia surges in Nigeria, experts speak on how to improve treatment
  • People erroneously attribute all high BP cases to stress, worry –Expert
  • Why blood loss after delivery remains major cause of maternal mortality in Nigeria — Physicians
  • NAFDAC approves Pfizer-BioNTech Covid vaccine for emergency use
  • If a producer demands sex, call him out – Don Jazzy
  • Burna Boy’s ‘Ye’ certified Gold in US
  • Baba Ijesha to be charged to court, risks life imprisonment
  • Chidinma speaks on becoming gospel singer, says ‘I’ve had enough fame’
  • Uti Nwachukwu, Frank Edwards, others react to Bill Gates’ divorce
  • Sanwo-Olu hosts Ikorodu Bois, says ‘We are proud of you’

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Qatar 2022 WC: Akpoborie rallies support for Rohr 
  • FEC approves N6.2b for six electricity projects 
  • UEFA Europa League: Emery charges Chukwueze, others against Arsenal 
  • APC senators reject PDP’s position on insecurity, economy
  • Minister tips handball team for  continental glory 
  • Sagay: unconstitutional removal of president must be resisted 
  • Stakeholders berate minister over rugby ban
  • PDP faults Lai Mohammed’s stance on terrorism 
  • Motsepe Foundation donates $10m for school boys tourney 
  • 27 abducted forestry college students freed after 57 days
  • Indebtedness (2) 
  • It’s Chelsea versus Manchester City
  • Banks’ directors back CBN’s action on First Bank 
  • Buhari: release 16 Greenfield varsity students
  • Ransom payment encourages banditry, abductions, says Obasanjo 
  • Labour rejects move by Fed Govt to cut salaries 
  • Protest over my disappearance saved me, says Mbaka 
  • Governors pressurise Ayade to remain in PDP 
  • Soured affair, sour grapes 
  • Stop building expensive estates with workers’ money, NLC tells FMBN 
  • How to increase Nigeria’s maize productivity, by experts 
  • Free electricity meters distribution coming 
  • ‘Telcos should stop indiscriminate digging’ 
  • FUOYE ex-Registrar petitions Senate to restore his job
  • National carrier: Investors shop for $250m 
  • Lagos disburses N940m to small businesses 
  • EkoEXCEL: Praises for training’s impact on 14,000 teachers 
  • Nigeria loses $70m to illegal fishing 
  • Govt to deduct from tax defaulters’ bank accounts, assets 
  • Why Fed Govt should prioritise power supply, by Elumelu
  • Transcorp Hotels to invest in new businesses 
  • Firms partner on property financing 
  • SystemSpecs unveils competition for kids 
  • Access Bank: Leveraging debt recovery for sustainable growth
  • Poor teaching skills worsening learning outcomes, says expert 
  • How states, schools plan to prevent kidnappers 
  • Powering Unity Schools with solar energy 
  • First Bank and the CBN axe 
  • The JAMB/UNIABUJA admission brouhaha 
  • Sowing the wind at Southeast
  • Thou art the man
  • External assistance in the face of collapse of internal security 
  • Banks’ suffocating charges on customers
  • Who wants to overthrow Buhari? 
  • As we mark World Asthma Day 
  • Justice for Stella 
  • Good, but… 
  • UPDATED: Kidnappers free 27 Kaduna Forestry students 
  • BREAKING: Chelsea qualify for UCL final, beat Real Madrid 2-0 
  • Labour opposes move by FG to cut salaries, merge MDAs 
  • Man Utd vs Liverpool rescheduled for May 13 
  • I don’t subscribe to payment of ransom – Obasanjo 
  • SWAGA blames Fayemi for sack of Ekiti APC chairman 
  • IPOB shifts sit-at-home order to May 31
  • BREAKING: 27 kidnapped Kaduna Forestry students regain freedom 
  • Gunmen abduct three traders, taxi driver in Ogun 
  • Four feared killed in Ikare Akoko chieftaincy crisis 
  • BREAKING: We will soon deploy 5G technology, says FG
  • Akeredolu imposes curfew in Ikare Akoko 
  • Bayelsa APC crisis deepens as faction opens parallel secretariat

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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