Latest Nigeria News Headlines December 6 2020

Good morning. Here are the news headlines for today, December 6 2020, from AllNigerianinfo.

Punch Newspaper Headline December 6 2020

Bye-elections: Low turnout in eight states, violence in Bayelsa, Enugu

Pension: Delta, Edo spend over N842m on two convicted ex-govs

Why I turned down Jonathan’s offers to remain in PDP –Amaechi

My husband didn’t know I was ‘Ronke Oshodi-Oke’ when we met – Ojo

US university denies offering Ganduje appointment

52 northern groups convene security meeting in Kaduna

Why I stay off social media –Kunle Bamtefa

My parents’ height made me love tall guys –Asa

It’s disappointing Nigeria can’t produce small arms, light weapons for its armed forces — Fayomi, former ambassador to France

READ IT: Punch Newspapers

Daily Post Newspaper Headline December 6 2020

Lagos bye-election: I was rigged out – Gbadamosi reacts to results

Lagos bye-election: APC’s Abiru takes early lead over PDP’s Gbadamosi [See results]

Why I rejected Jonathan, supported Buhari in 2015 – Amaechi

Insecurity: President Buhari has failed woefully – Northern group alleges

2023: Shettima reveals those who will decide APC zoning for presidency

Lagos bye-election: Live updates, results, situation reports on senatorial poll

READ IT: Daily Post

Daily Trust Newspaper Headline December 6 2020

Voter apathy mars Lagos, Plateau bye-elections

CNG Says Buhari Failed On Security, Seeks ‘Regulated Self Protection’

I’m Wrong Person To Comment On Insecurity, Says Jonathan

We Won’t Allow Unpatriotic Elements Destroy Nigeria — DSS

2023: Buhari, APC Leaders ’Il Resolve Zoning Crisis – Shettima

Borno farmers’ killing exposes FG deceptions on Boko Haram – Northern group

READ IT: Daily Trust

The Nation Newspaper Headline December 6 2020

US drops reciprocity fees for Nigerian visa applicants

PDP governors to meet Jonathan, Atiku, others

Stella Damasus returns to contest for Best Actress in Africa

I was once a taxi driver, says Woli Agba

By-elections tragedy in Bayelsa as four policemen drown

READ IT: The Nation

Vanguard Newspaper Headline December 6 2020

Dr. Caise holds two live empowerment sessions

No COVID-19 palliatives in my Lagos residence ― Abike Dabiri

Ivory Coast cocoa producers end chocolate war with Hershey’s

EU, Britain give Brexit talks another chance after negotiation pause

Oja-Oba shop owners send SOS to Sanwo-Olu

2023: APC, ADC to merge in Adamawa

Trump orders withdrawal of most U.S. troops in Somalia

READ IT: VanaguardNGR

Guardian Newspaper Headline December 6 2020

How banks, Telcos frustrated consumers during #EndSARS protests

Trust the process, says Lampard as Chelsea take premier league top spot

Police arrest 18-year-old boy, three others for killing Bauchi lawmaker

Hydropower generation: Gurara, Kashimbila dams up for concession

Agency to strengthen health system in 2021

WARIF raises awareness on rape, sexual violence

Some Black Friday incentives meant to extort consumers, says group

Bayelsa by-election: Five policemen feared dead in boat mishap

Ndigbo in make or Mar meeting to save Ohanaeze

READ IT: GuardianNG

Daily Sun Newspaper Headline December 6 2020

Lagos By-Election: Abiru clears all 19 wards in Ikorodu

Soon Nigeria’s Kamala Harris will break political glass ceiling –Pastor Monisola Olorunponmi

Sterling Bank emerges Overall Best Workplace in Nigeria

Yoruba believe in unity of Nigeria –Oyetola

2023 presidency: North ready to give up power – Sani, ex-ACF scribe

It’ll be unreasonable for any Northerner to aspire to be president in 2023 —Dan Nwanyanwu

READ IT: Sunnews

Nigerian Tribune Headline December 6 2020

My Kano visit not for political campaign — Tinubu

Bayelsa bye-elections: Three policemen drown in Southern Ijaw River

Nigeria records 310 new cases of COVID-19, total now 68,937

Cross River North senatorial bye-election: PDP in early lead in three wards of Bekwarra LGA

Owu people do not steal ― Obasanjo

Man set ablaze for allegedly stealing Okada in Ibadan

READ IT: TribuneNigeria

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