Latest Nigeria News Headlines January 6 2021

Good day. Here are the news headlines for today, January 6 2020, from AllNigerianinfo.

Punch Newspaper Headline January 6 2020

How SARS stray bullet damaged my leg while i bought foodstuff

Man City legend Bell dies at 74

Armenian president Sarkissian tests positive for COVID-19

N18bn theft: Court jails ex-Finbank MD Nwosu, others

COVID-19: Grammy Award postponed

Foreigners without COVID-19 certificate will have visas revoked -Immigration

Law scrapping pensions for Lagos ex-govs suffers delay

Osun directs schools to reopen January 18

731 Batch B NYSC members test positive for COVID-19 –PTF

FG didn’t increase electricity tariffs, only adjusted bands –Keyamo

Transfer: Pochettino wants Messi to join PSG

Seven injured as tipper, SUV fall from flyover

READ IT: Punch Newspapers

Daily Post Newspaper Headline January 6 2020

FG clears air on increase in electricity tariffs

Ogoni clean up: ‘Disregard FG’s promises’ – Wike tells Rivers community

Schools to resume January 18 in Osun

2023: Osoba reveals APC’s agreement for presidency, says Tinubu can contest

PDP’s 16 years rule was disaster, misadventure – APC

Electricity: NERC announces new tariff hike

READ IT: Daily Post

Daily Trust Newspaper Headline January 6 2020

FG Owes 79% Of N20tr Domestic Debts, As Lagos Leads States

How Buhari hiked electricity tariff three times in 5 years

ASUU Members Threaten ‘Fresh Strike’

Civilians flee homes as Boko Haram attack another village in Borno

DSS vows to sustain clampdown on fake job syndicates

COVID-19: 731 batch B corpers test positive

READ IT: Daily Trust

The Nation Newspaper Headline January 6 2020

Infighting in IYC over plan to shut down NDDC head office

SERAP files petitions against FG over Sowore, others

Unilorin ASUU declares readiness to resume academic activities

Paul Okoye of defunct P-square tests positive for COVID-19

IBEDC gets NERC approval to increase tariff in July

READ IT: The Nation

Vanguard Newspaper Headline January 6 2020

Electricity Tariff Hike: NERC conniving with service providers against Nigerians— NLC

FG’s Special Public Works Programme’ll curb unemployment — Okowa

Cabinet reshuffle: Gov Emmanuel swears in 4 commissioners, 5 Perm Secs

Electricity tariff hike, another betrayal of trust— TUC

COVID-19: Nigeria to receive 100,000 doses of vaccines

Avert looming humanitarian crisis, Ugborodo community tells Buhari

2023: Nominate presidential candidates from S’East, Igbo political leaders urge APC, PDP, others

READ IT: VanaguardNGR

Guardian Newspaper Headline January 6 2020

Police arrest 71 for violating COVID-19 safety protocols

2 Oyo government officials in court for allegedly stealing, selling COVID-19 palliatives

Police decry increase in use of unlicensed firearms in Oyo

Nigeria, China sign MoU to coordinate cooperation

Nigeria engages China on COVID-19 vaccine — Onyeama

No hope of finding landslide survivors: Norway rescue workers

Demolished venue for sex party was illegally built – Kaduna government

Zamfara revokes licences of 500 private schools

READ IT: GuardianNG

Daily Sun Newspaper Headline January 6 2020

Alleged Certificate forgery: UI confirms Gov. Obaseki’s degree certificate, as APC kicks

Nigeria to 42m COVID-19 vaccines – Shuaib

Ohanaeze election :Nwodo Behind The Ongoing Crisis In Ohanaeze– OYC

Insecurity: US assures FG of 2021 delivery of 12 Super Tucano aircraft

We are not recruiting-DSS, alerts on fake recruitment exercise

COVID-19: Passengers with no PCR test, vaccine certificate will not travel in future – Immigration boss

READ IT: Sunnews

Nigerian Tribune Headline January 6 2020

Nigerians will still vote us, reject PDP in 2023, APC boasts

COVID-19 vaccine: Nigeria opens discussion with China

Customs officially opens llleila border

After 300 years, Babaegbe community gets first borehole

Heed Kukah, put collective security above regime security, KSM charges FG

READ IT: TribuneNigeria

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