Latest Nigeria News Headlines January 15 2021

Good day. Here are the news headlines for today, January 15 2020, from AllNigerianinfo.

Punch Newspaper Headline January 15 2020

Northern elders, Kukah, Obi, others warn of another civil war

CNG, Middle Belt fume as Buhari says Boko Haram attacks occasional

FG bans assemblies, overcrowding, others as schools resume Monday

Police bust Ogun drug syndicate, recover N10m hard drugs

AfCFTA: Manufacturers seek SON’s protection against competition

If I were to marry a footballer, I’ll pick Okocha – Chigul

Ighalo eyes MLS move

Colleges rescind honorary degrees award to Trump

Awoniyi plays down Union Berlin exit

Why COVID-19 spares the poor

READ IT: Punch Newspapers

Daily Post Newspaper Headline January 15 2020

Nigeria Police lose second AIG in 3 days

2023: APC opens up on Tinubu’s chances of becoming presidential candidate

NIN registration: NIMC lists enrollment centres in Lagos, Abuja

COVID-19 second wave: Nigerian govt confirms date schools will reopen nationwide

2023: Ex-SGF, Anyim denies knowledge of Presidential campaign poster

COVID-19: NCDC announces new toll-free number

READ IT: Daily Post

Daily Trust Newspaper Headline January 15 2020

FG spends N1.5bn on poor in kebbi

Again, Oyo Police Indict Amotekun For ‘Killing’ 21-Year-Old Student In Ibadan

Benue Imposes Dusk-To-Dawn Curfew On 2 LGAs

Bauchi Road Accident Claims Lives Of 21 Passengers — FRSC

Centre Ranks Nigeria Under Buhari As Most Tolerant Nation In The World

COVID-19: Nigeria Records 1,398 New Infections As Active Cases Rise To 20,062

Troops kill 64 terrorists in land operations, several more in air strikes

READ IT: Daily Trust

The Nation Newspaper Headline January 15 2020

2020: ‘Troops killed 2,403 criminals’

Amotekun operative dismissed for killing man in Ibadan

IBEDC begins free meters in Ibadan

D’Banj enters 2021 with new single “Ikebe”

WHO, Africa CDC to deliver 900m vaccine doses

Davido backs Bobi Wine for Ugandan presidential election

READ IT: The Nation

Vanguard Newspaper Headline January 15 2020

We received over 580,000 COVID-19 related phone calls in nine months — NCDC

Keep schools open, private school owners tell FG

Workers react to Cross River Govt’s plan to introduce new dress code

4th Mainland Bridge: Preferred Bidders to emerge in Q3’21

Nigerian stock market gains N325bn on enhanced buying interest

COVID-19 kills budding Nollywood actress

Anambra NSCDC seals private guard outfits over alleged failure to renew licence

READ IT: VanaguardNGR

Guardian Newspaper Headline January 15 2020

Eminent Nigerians mourn Kanu, extol his virtues

Bilbao to face Barca in Super Cup final after ousting Real Madrid

Youths urged to create wealth through tech innovations

Edo government, NUT disagree over proposed strike

Kukah, Amaechi, Yakassai, others seek new constitution, justice

Family, friends mourn hymn composer, Oyedipe

NSCDC deploys 1,926 personnel for Kano LG poll

Okowa performs groundbreaking for $40m power transmission tower industry

READ IT: GuardianNG

Daily Sun Newspaper Headline January 15 2020

Nigerians desperately need country that works for all –Akaakar, Middle Belt Forum Treasurer

Imo remains PDP state –Eke, Reps member

Insecurity in Nigeria is man-made –Oruche

Nigeria’s debt profile hits N32tr –NBS

96 firms jostle for NNPC pipeline, depots rehabilitation

EEDC promotes staff, rewards excellence, hard work

Rivers, 3 others miss out on N123.348bn W’Bank grant

READ IT: Sunnews

Nigerian Tribune Headline January 15 2020

COVID-19: NCDC confirms 1,479 new cases as total rises to 105,478

Covid-19 vaccines: Kano gets highest allocation as Cross River gets 1023 doses for its 3.8 million population

Your govt brought reversal of fortune to Nigerians, PDP tells Buhari

Edo primary school teachers best treated in the country ―SUBEB chairman
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UI cancels 2019/2020 academic session, reopens January 18

Police recruit 106 Bayelsa indigenes for community policing

READ IT: TribuneNigeria

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