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Latest news this morning (Wednesday, April 14, 2021)

Punch

  • BREAKING: Oyo, Ondo ex-Milad Ahmed Usman is dead
  • Seven years after, Zulum says Chibok girls’ll be recovered
  • Bandits responsible for South-East attacks not IPOB –Umahi
  • 154,225 patients recover from COVID-19 in Nigeria
  • Legislature, judiciary autonomy: Govs oppose Buhari Executive Order 10, back financial autonomy, says Lalong
  • Uzodinma inaugurating roads that I constructed –Okorocha
  • Focus on insecurity, drop hijab bill, CAN tells National Assembly
  • IPOB attacks South-East govs, says Ebube Agu will fail
  • No place in Ogun safe, says NMA, doctors, nurses begin strike
  • Activist accuses Sowore of pocketing #EndSARS grant
  • Headless bodies uncovered under bridge in Cross River
  • Man suspecting Niger imam of amorous affairs stabs cleric to death
  • NBAWF condemns alleged killing of pregnant lawyer by husband
  • Amotekun arrests three suspected kidnappers over attack on Ekiti woman
  • Mob set suspected burglar ablaze in Delta
  • Lalong talks tough as soldiers, police rescue four abducted Plateau varsity students
  • Cops, hunters go after abductors of three women on Ibadan/Ijebu Ode Road
  • Five nabbed for stealing iron rods from Lagos Chinese firm
  • BUA, 27 others now have active refinery licences, says DPR
  • Oil price gains for fifth consecutive month
  • Ecobank appoints new head of corporate banking
  • ITA, NEPC to train agric entrepreneurs
  • Online transactions rise by 99% to N22.77tn
  • 3,499 CPS retirees not entitled to pensions in Q4 – PenCom
  • Manufacturing sector intervention fund now N803bn –CBN
  • Saraki 2023 presidential posters flood Abuja
  • PDP aspirants mull consensus as Anambra poll panel ends screening
  • Akeredolu enlists CP’s support, alleges ex-deputy keeping govt vehicles
  • APC boycotts Rivers LG poll, 17 parties do battle
  • Rivers APC stakeholders insist on deadline for Amaechi, Abe reconciliation
  • 2023: Saraki presidential campaign posters flood Abuja
  • APC to boycott Rivers LG poll
  • PDP congress: Fayose alleges over-voting, Makinde congratulates Arapaja
  • PSG, Chelsea await Champions League semi-final opponents
  • NSF: Irate fans on the rampage at boxing venue
  • Delta leads as Edo 2020 ends
  • Musa rejoins Kano Pillars after 11 years
  • I was scared Edo’ll win NSF – Okowa
  • Ogun petitions judges over poor officiating
  • United need a miracle to win EPL – Ighalo
  • Six things you don’t know about the late Rachel Bakam
  • Oliver De Coque honoured on 74th posthumous birthday with Google Doodle
  • Popular TV presenter Rachel Bakam dies at 38
  • Kanye West, Kim Kardashian agree on joint custody after divorce
  • DMX’s family raises alarm over fraudulent funeral fundraisers
  • Singer Omawumi celebrates 39th birthday
  • 154,225 patients recover from COVID-19 in Nigeria
  • Vaccination doesn’t mean we should lose guard – NCDC
  • Hypercalcemia and fertility
  • UBTH CMD seeks support for cancer patients
  • 30 minutes exercise daily could prevent heart disease – Cardiologist
  • FG to unveil emergency medical ambulance service
  • ISN donates reagents others to UNILAG medical centre

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Report alleging Pantami’s link with terrorism, fake news- MURIC 
  • DSS invites youth leaders over planned protests
  • London court slams perpetual injunction on woman ‘defaming’ Olukoya, MFM 
  • BREAKING: Senate okays Shaba as DG NASRDA 
  • BREAKING: Ex-Oyo, Ondo Military Administrator, Usman, dies
  • Google’s Doodle honors music legend Oliver de Coque’s 74th posthumous birthday 
  • FEC observes one-minute silence for former Minister, Mahmud 
  • Presidency reaffirms July delivery of Six Super Tucano
  • Soldier abducted, two police inspectors killed in Oyo, Delta, Abuja 
  • 2023: Will zoning play role in APC? 
  • EFCC only invited me, Okorocha breaks silence on arrest
  • Why we chose Ghana over Nigeria for Africa office, by twitter
  • Sowore applied for grant in my name without consent, Associate alleges 
  • Okorocha in EFCC custody for alleged N7.9b fraud 
  • Governors kick against Buhari’s Executive Order
  • Govt reaffirms commitment to lift 100 million Nigerians out of poverty 
  • Robbers stab woman to death in Lagos  
  • One killed, others injured in Bayelsa cult clash  
  • Bauchi to repatriate sex workers 
  • Police turn down N500,000 bribe from suspected rod thieves 
  • Eight headless bodies found in Calabar valley
  • Imam killed for suspected adultery in Niger
  • Two die as bus plunges into ditch in Onitsha
  • Sule swears in first female Nasarawa Chief Judge
  • ‘There’s need to address climate change, urban pollution’
  • Kaduna students seek release of remaining 29
  • Stakeholders advised against inciting remarks 
  • Lalong hails security agents over foiled kidnap attempt 
  • BUA’s $300m sugar refinery ready next year 
  • NNPC records N234.722b petrol sale
  • NBS: more jobs lost in Feb.
  • Power generation dips to 2,933Mw 
  • Oil prices surge on China’s growing energy demand 
  • VIDEO: Test flight operations for NAF newly acquired Super Tucano combat aircraft
  • #EndSARS: Canada denies ex-SARS operative asylum 
  • UCL: Chelsea edge Porto to reach semi-final, first time since 2014
  • Low immunisation coverage threat to polio-free status, UNICEF warns 
  • Nasarawa Minority Leader, other defect to APC 
  • Windstorm destroys 100 houses, schools in Anambra 
  • Lagos panel summons police commissioner, DPO 
  • ‘Igbo not ready for president’ 
  • Exclusion of CSOs in Southeast security arrangements faulted 
  • Ebube Agu a waste of resources, says IPOB
  • ‘Access to land a big issue for Niger Delta farmers’ 
  • FUTO gets new female VC 
  • Joeboy, Teni headline closing  ceremony 
  • Fire destroys 30 shops in Kwara 
  • Sports festival, tool for national unity, says Dare 
  • Fayose alleges over-voting at Southwest PDP congress 
  • Amotekun arrests three kidnap suspects in Ekiti 
  • Italian experts differ  on Osimhen
  • Musa completes move to Kano Pillars 
  • Fury, Joshua stop FaceTiming ahead of fight 
  • AGF urges cash managers on timely salaries payment
  • N140b solar project not free, says Osinbajo 
  • They are criminals too 
  • Legislative aides shelve protest over salary arrears at National Assembly
  • Unemployment fuelling insecurity in Nigeria, says CAN
  • Fireboy hints at third album 
  • Why security challenges persist, by governor 
  • Army engages retirees to support national security operations 
  • Senate, House suspend plenary over Reps’ death 
  • NBA threatens protest in support of JUSUN’s strike 
  • Mercy Aigbe teams up with Abiodun Jimoh for new film 
  • Blessing CEO: I use strategic controversy to attract my audience 
  • Ondo reports ex-deputy governor to police over unreturned vehicles 
  • Ayade, Makinde, Matawalle seek end to insecurity
  • Tinubu: let’s pursue peace, harmony 
  • Biden to stand up for Muslims’ rights 
  • The Dean of Lunar Months 
  • Companies get 48-hour deadline to remit N200b unclaimed dividends 
  • Taraba, Kogi, Adamawa lowest testing states, says NCDC 
  • Ogun chairs sportsapp Streamcent
  • Adeboye predicts end to insurgency soon
  • Elders from 65 years account for 60 per cent of COVID-19 deaths 
  • Igbo not ready for president, says lawmaker 
  • Safeguarding the ivory towers 
  • Documentary chronicles #EndSARS
  • Way forward for survival of Igbo language, culture 
  • ‘Why we’re making a movie on Ojukwu’
  • How cartoon watching inspired animation designer
  • Mona Lisa: Ololade’s turning point 
  • How Daily Times led me to classroom, by Sobowale 
  • PTAD owes parastatal pensioners N150b
  • Understanding the impact of N-Power on youths 
  • Tribute to Innocent Chukwuma (1966 – 2021)
  • Push for sesame export 
  • Ending hunger, improving nutrition 
  • Adopting incubators in agribusiness 
  • Unease in PDP over resolution on zoning

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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