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    SOME NIGERIAN NEWSPAPER HEADLINES, 22/12/2020

    Punch
    NIN: Confusion as Nigerians storm NIMC centres, shun COVID-19 rules

    FG restricts religious, sporting gatherings, Yuletide parties, others

    National Assembly jerks up budget, passes N13.5tn 2021 appropriation bill

    Senate doubts FG’s capacity to store N400bn vaccines

    Rep standing surety for Maina’s son knows fate January 25

    Blasphemy: IGP ordered to release facebook user detained since February

    Court dismisses money laundering charges against Atiku’s son-in-law

    FG, ASUU meet today as Ngige confident varsities resume January

    FG mulls travel ban over COVID-19 new strain

    Nigeria’s oil faces threat as electric vehicle sales rise

    NNPC’s gas handling facility begins operations, reduces flaring

    Ex-NNPC depot manager vandalises estranged wife’s residence over divorce

    Dickson rejects appointment of sole admin for NDDC

    Makinde not PDP leader in South-West –Fayose, Ondo leaders

    If soldiers can’t secure 20km from Maiduguri, how can they defend us – Zulum

    Nigeria facing worst security challenge in history –Gombe gov

    Confusion as Osun chief slumps presiding over peace meeting

    Lagos task force impounds 130 motorcycles on restricted routes

    Military recovers three decomposing bodies in Southern Kaduna

    Scores flee community over bandits attack in Niger

    Bribe-seeking policemen strip Rivers driver naked, vandalise vehicle

    Deeper Life suspends principal over alleged pupil’s molestation

    Olu of Warri dies after 5th anniversary of alleged COVID-19

    Free Leah Sharibu as our Christmas gift –Parents

    (www.punchng.com)

    The Nation
    COVID-19 spike: Fed Govt slams five-week restrictions

    WHO: new variant of virus discovered in South Africa, UK

    Military airstrike kills terrorists in Borno

    Police ban carnivals as curfew begins

    Lawmakers raise Budget 2021 estimates by N506b

    Senate passes N453.2bn NDDC’s 2020 budget

    House to probe N19.2b railway repair contract to ‘non-existent firm’

    NIN: Ubani seeks court order halting registration deadline

    NJC names 69 new judges, courts, heads of courts

    Court bars ICPC from former Customs boss Dikko’s trial

    Return money you collected, Shehu taunts #BringBackOurBoys campaigners

    REA lifts FUAM with 24hours electricity supply from 8.25mw solar

    Huge electricity bill will burden varsities in 2021, says UNILAG VC

    Many Nigerian graduates can’t defend certificates, says Afe Babalola

    Nigerian stocks lead global markets with N1.33tr gain

    Rhodes-Vivour appointed into World Bank Sanctions Board

    Nine killed in Ebonyi cult clashes

    Osun awaits delivery of CACOVID rice, says committee

    Kidnapped Edo HoS regains freedom

    Abducted Kogi monarch pays N1m for freedom

    (www.thenationonlineng.net)

    Vanguard
    We passed 2021 budget in good time — Gbajabiamila

    Yuletide: Reps move to avert hikes in transport fares

    Pensioners oppose state govs over pension fund borrowing

    NDIC begins verification of depositors in failed Microfinance Banks

    Nigerians thrown into confusion as NDLEA SWAT spotted on highway

    COVID-19: PTF says Lagos, Kaduna, FCT account for 70% of infections

    Vatican: Covid-19 vaccines OK despite link with aborted fetal tissue

    Sydney sees fewer coronavirus cases amid record testing

    Airtel commits N1.97bn to COVID-19, feed 5000 IDPs

    COVID-19: YEDI empowers adolescents with life skills

    CBN reports Q4 negative consumer expectations

    Mastercard partners JA Nigeria to empower digital entrepreneurs

    Mali seizes $8.5 million of gold hidden in car

    COVID-19: FCTA tests 86,505 suspected cases

    Kano to enrol 553 HIV/AIDS patients to access free healthcare services — Official

    Policeman kills father of 3 in Rivers

    (www.vanguardngr.com)

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