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Headlines Update May 28 Headlines from Nigeria’s Major Newspapers

Headlines Update May 28 Headlines from Nigeria’s Major Newspapers

NATION
*Obaseki, Ize-Iyamu open Edo APC ticket battle
*PTF meets CAN, NSCIA leaders on guidelines to re-open worship centres
*PTF okays three cure solutions for test
*Centre spends N100m on tools
*Court stops revocation of Ororo Marginal Field
*Lagos to replace Okada, tricycle from July
*NCC suspends secondary spectrum trading
*PDP accuses Fayemi of sale of Abuja Governor’s Lodge
*World Bank’s $346m for Lake Chad
*Investment in children, sure way to national growth, says Obi
*Governor installs Oore of Otun amid controversy
*Landlords to Akeredolu: pay us compensation
*Court okays NUP’s de-registration
*It is indeed the microbes’ world
*‘I didn’t steal newborn from Onitsha hospital’
*Bill Gates’ ‘poisoned chalice’ (II)
*Mother who drowned baby goes for psychiatric test
*Headless woman, child found in Osun gutter
*Needless scuffle over NCDC Bill
*Dismissed soldier arrested for smuggling India hemp
*Lopsided appointments and nation-building
*Abducted naval officer rescued in Ondo
*Two robbers to die by hanging
*Abducted siblings rescued in Ebonyi
*Need for institutional memory in Nigeria
*On the school feeding programme
*Mental health and Covid-19 pandemic
*Rebuild Imo, re-fleece Imo
*Edo community cut off from council headquarters
*Being supportive in the face of a pandemic
*How rivalry, poor regulation, others cause building collapse
*Coronavirus: ‘one minute cure’ and banga soup
*NB donates N42m equipment to UI medical school
*Kwara donates food for 643 UNILORIN workers
*Don urges action on out-of-school children
*KWASU gets new chancellor
*Commissioner: relief soon for private school teachers
*Fortune smiles on family of physically-challenged
*‘What you should do during this lockdown’
*Media firm trains campus journalists on reporting
*‘Oluwa made LASU’s Faculty of Law tick
*Nursing students honour late colleague
*COVID-19: Ekiti corps member carries out enlightenment
*Eight years after, students, others remember pioneer CampusLife editor
*Covid-19 and governance: What should be govt’spriorities?
*Edo poll: can Obaseki win APC primary?
*Sanwo-Olu: the acts of incident commander
*Keeping Lagos resilience roadmap

DAILY TRUST
*How Buhari scores 55% in fight against graft
*Five years of Buhari: A style and record all his own
*Buhari has demonstrated political will to fight corruption – Prof Radda
*Buhari’s anti-corruption policy not enough for commendation – Prof Jibrin Ibrahim
*Edo APC gov’ship: Oshiomhole, Obaseki head for final showdown
*May 27: Save the child from the hyenas
*365 days of impactful governance in Kwara
*ASUU, IPPIS and transparency in government payroll
*SMEDAN wants MSMEs operators registered
*Go and face probe, AfDB tells Adesina
*Nigeria records 276 new COVID-19 cases, total now 8,344
*Aviation sector crisis may hamper nation’s economic growth’
*Equities market opens with N8.6bn gain for investors
*COVID 19: NIMASA seeks exemption of seafarers from travel ban
*Lockdown: Transport fares up 23.43% in April
*Anambra slashes 2020 budget by N24.3bn
*COVID-19: CBN cuts OFIs loans’ interest rate to 5%
*W/Bank approves $346m for Lake Chad region projects
*Revitalising democracy through financial autonomy
*Applicant docked for allegedly stealing friend’s camera
*First Bank provides free e-materials to Lagos students
*Lecturers struggle to make ends meet without salary
*COVID-19: Olam wades in, donates N1billion
*COVID-19: Firm launches data solutions for fund managers
*Experts express cautious optimism about banks’ Q1 performance

VANGUARD
*NDDC Probe: Delta Chief dissociates self from brewing face-off between NDDC, NASS
*PTF calls for researches into COVID-19 pandemic
*FG needs $40bn stimulus to curtail looming recession — Economist
*COVID-19: Italian court adjoins $1.1bn Malabu — Investigation
*COVID-19: Longest viability period of virus in patient is 10 days — NCDC
*CBN reduces interest rate on OFIs facilities to 5% per annum
*Africa is suffering from “Battered Wife Syndrome” — HE Arikana Chihombori Quao
*SON, Tech Committee outline road map for tomato value chain
*Nigeria: What does Buhari really want?
*Ese Oruru gets justice at last!
*Objectivity, hack activism and Lagos Assembly
*Justice Garba Musa Nabaruma: Fine jurist, gentleman and a good man
*Gambari is a world-renown technocrat, but what are his values?
*LAUTARO MARTINEZ: Release clause or nothing, Inter tell Barcelona
*COVID-19 could cost Serie A over €700m – Italy FA Chief
*COVID-19: Aston Villa coach Dean Smith’s father dies
*Arsenal ‘interested’ in €75m Sevilla hard man to strengthen defence
*Mbappe hails ‘ruthless’ Liverpool and ‘very good manager’
*Ighalo ‘very close’ to Man United agreement amid possible U-turn

PUNCH
*FG can’t cope with increasing coronavirus cases – Minister
*Churches may reopen in June, says CAN
*Police torture man to death over friend’s offence, detain corpse
*Obaseki kicks as Iyamu emerges Oshiomhole APC camp candidate
*I’ve never violated any process in AfDB — Adesina
*Mother, baby’s headless bodies found in Ile-Ife
*PDP member-elect blocks Kwara Assembly entrance, seeks inauguration
*Suspend pupils’ home feeding during lockdown
*Speaker Obasa could have confessed
*PDP accuses Fayemi of selling Abuja Governor’s Lodge
*Command rescues abducted naval officer in Ondo
*CAF may postpone 2021 AFCON – Report
*FG can’t cope with increasing coronavirus cases – Minister
*Churches may reopen in June, says CAN
*Police torture man to death over friend’s offence, detain corpse
*Rivers community task force official kills colleague
*NCDC conducts 48,544 tests nationwide
*Obaseki kicks as Iyamu emerges Oshiomhole APC camp candidate
*Ganduje excited as COVID-19 cases drop in Kano

THE SUN
*Strange migrations trigger anxiety in South East
*Elders are archeological if not anachronistic relics
*I’m not interested in being president of Biafra –Kanu
*NDDC: Senate, Akpabio at war over N40bn probe
*…Contractor denies underhand dealings, calls for independent probe
*MTN Foundation delivers over 70,000 items of PPE to NCDC
*COVID-19: CBN reduces interest rate on OFIs loans
*Court stops Petroleum Ministry’s revocation of Ororo marginal field
*COVID-19: FG moves to reopen schools, to release safe guidelines
*Contractors shut down Agric Ministry over N17bn debt
*Why COVID-19 has not escalated in Adamawa –Bashir Ahmed, SSG
*FP service providers decry inadequate consumables in Delta
*Court stops Petroleum Ministry’s revocation of Ororo marginal field
*COVID-19: FG moves to reopen schools, to release safe guidelines
*Contractors shut down Agric Ministry over N17bn debt
*Alleged graft: I’m innocent, AfDB President, Adesina insists
*3 local drugs pass first hurdle
*IPAC backs INEC’s plan to experiment on e-voting in 2021
*Buhari approves establishment, funding of 12 research centres
*Infectious Disease Bill: I didn’t stop probe of $10m bribery allegation –Judge
*Nigerian consulate in New York faces allegation of passport renewal racketeering
*NMA begins work on N8bn 7-storey edifice
*Amotekun corps may fail in South West states, except Lagos –Akala
*Aisha Buhari says online learning must be taken seriously
*APC govs move to save Obaseki, Akeredolu
*Edo guber: PDP’ll be disappointed for expecting implosion at APC –Oshiomhole
*We can’t fight COVID-19 with empty stomach –Danjuma
*Gani Adams welcomes twins
*Community policing: South East govs, IG resolve differences
*No security in S’East without anti-open grazing law –ADF
*Igbo group raises the alarm over migration of northern youths
*Lagos Country Club joins Sanwo-Olu’s COVID-19 war
*COVID-19: Challenges of wearing facemasks
*COVID-19: Global Citizen, NSIA lunches NSSF
*Tips for healthy living: Benefits of cashew nuts for men
*Lagos commissions 23 PHCs

GUARDIAN
*NANS urges members to eschew protest
*Stock market reopens bullish as index gains N8 billion
*Understanding motivation
*Students call for fee reduction
*Richard Akinjide, a lawyer who thought outside the box
*Governor Obaseki, Ize-Iyamu pick APC nomination forms for Edo guber race
*How to overcome COVID-19, by Joshua

TELEGRAPH
*Politicians working to truncate forensic audit of NDDC –CSO
*Don’t use COVID-19 as excuse for failures, PDP tells Buhari
*Insecurity: Tambuwal inaugurates SCPAC
*Delta traffic officer beats Chief Whip to coma
*NMA performs ground breaking ceremony for N8bn headquarters
*Sanwo-Olu inaugurates 37 roads
*Bakare, a quintessential journalist, say Uzodimma, Okowa
*Financial autonomy: Parliamentary staff hail Buhari’s executive order
*$10mbribe: Court didn’t stop probe of CUPP spokesman
*FG makes use of face marks at terminals, jetties mandatory
*Bayelsa: No case against me, Dep Gov tells LM candidate
*NECO Registrar denies EFCC, ICPC’s probe
*COVID-19: NDDC donates medical equipment, foodstuffs to Bayelsa
*NAPTIP: We’ve prosecuted over 400 human traffickers
*Kidnapped naval officer regains freedom
*Manufacturing: Strategising to navigate recession storm
*Telecoms’ contributions to GDP hit N2.7trn in Q1
*LCCI: Nigeria’s unemployment rate to hit 45 per cent by year end
*How COVID-19 forced states to crash RoW charges

GOD BLESS NIGERIA

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