Latest Nigeria News Headlines January 29 2021

Good day. Here are the news headlines for today, January 29 2020, from AllNigerianinfo.

Punch Newspaper Headline January 29 2020

Ighoho: I lost seven men, N500m property during attack – Seriki

PDP mourns as Okowa loses father

How herdsmen destroyed my cashew plantation -Oyo farmer

Osaka buys stake in US women’s soccer club

Rodgers plays down Ndidi injury concern

Traders lament losses as fire guts stores in Lagos

READ IT: Punch Newspapers

Daily Post Newspaper Headline January 29 2020

Service Chiefs: Obasanjo almost retired me 21 years ago as Major – Buratai

No regret calling for removal of old Service Chiefs – Shettima

Sen. Makarfi kicks against ultimatums, warns leaders against politicising country’s security issues

New Chief of Army Staff, Attahiru officially resumes duty

Northern elders fault non inclusion of Igbos in new set of Service Chiefs

Representatives of oil communities throw blows at NASS over PIB

READ IT: Daily Post

Daily Trust Newspaper Headline January 29 2020

COVID-19: Don Picks Holes In Online Teaching By Institutions

Buhari Cautions Against Ethnic, Religious Prejudices

384 Stranded Nigerians In Saudi Arabia Arrive Abuja

‘Why We Dismissed Pregnant Police Woman’

Northern Elders Knock Buhari Over Service Chiefs’ Appointments

N10bn libel suit: Ortom seeks definite hearing against Oshiomhole

How Kidnapping, COVID-19 Worsen Nigeria’s Corruption Rating

New Research Reveals Antibody Infusions Can Prevent HIV

READ IT: Daily Trust

The Nation Newspaper Headline January 29 2020

Nigeria Redeems $500m Eurobond

Service Chiefs to resume without Senate confirmation

NEF: service chief’s appointment won’t dramatically end insecurity

Fed Govt got N2.94tr non-oil income in 2020

Nigeria’s external reserves hit $36.23b on higher crude oil prices

Army deploys 300 female soldiers to secure Kaduna-Abuja road

Buhari nominates Aghughu as Auditor-General

READ IT: The Nation

Vanguard Newspaper Headline January 29 2020

Rehabilitation: FG to shut 3rd Mainland Bridge for 3 days

Fans fault Nollywood stakeholders over Ernest Asuzu’s death

COVID-19 vaccines rollout gives global economy fresh prospects – IMF

Probe ex-service chiefs over crime against humanity, PDP charges ICC

COVID-19: We can’t force Nigerians to accept vaccines – Sultan of Sokoto

Insecurity: We’re in state of emergency, Buhari tells new Service Chiefs

30 oil companies, Niger Delta States, Labour mount opposition to PIB

COVID-19 has cost $28trn; time to prepare for next epidemic — Bill Gates

Buhari to new Service Chiefs: Be patriotic, serve the country well

READ IT: VanaguardNGR

Guardian Newspaper Headline January 29 2020

30 hoodlums attack Oyo police station, free 2 suspects

Gov Okowa loses father

COVID-19 vaccination does not prevent infection ― Expert

Northern governors agree to take first doses of Covid-19 vaccine

Senate President wants reduction in cost of crude oil production

Tension as Sule Lamido lambasts Tinubu, Fashola over attack on Fulanis in Southwest

COVID-19 vaccines to be subjected to scrutiny before usage in Nigeria – Minister

READ IT: GuardianNG

Daily Sun Newspaper Headline January 29 2020

Oyo: Hoodlums free murder suspects from police

FG redeems $500m eurobond

Presidency replies TI, says Buhari deserves credit for diminishing corruption

PPMC rakes in ₦1.95tr from petroleum products sale

COVID-19: Gombe to introduce routine test for public

Nigeria dealing with protracted security problem – Buhari

READ IT: Sunnews

Nigerian Tribune Headline January 29 2020

384 out of 802 returnees from Saudi Arabia arrive Abuja

Worsened corruption rating under Buhari vindicates us ― PDP

PIB hearing: Rowdy session as factional chairmen of host communities fight

#EndSARS: Fintiri apologizes for vandalization of NYSC camp by hoodlums

CAN, JNI to promote peaceful co-existence, reduce insecurity in Kogi

TCN counters AEDC, says no fault on Gwagwalada-Apo line

READ IT: TribuneNigeria

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