Latest Nigeria News Headlines November 2 2020

Good morning. Here are the news headlines for today, November 2 2020, from AllNigerianinfo.

Punch Newspaper Headline November 2 2020

Eight Supreme Court judges’ swearing-in suffers delay after Senate confirmation

Seven-month strike lingers as ASUU, govt fight over payment platform

Truckload of rice burnt as trailer kills 16 Ondo traders

NMA urges vigilance, NCDC warns against COVID-19 protocol violation

Eight Supreme Court judges’ swearing-in suffers delay after Senate confirmation

Kano private school owners slash fees by 25%

Nine Nigerian-Americans contesting Tuesday’s US elections

Nigeria’s ambassador to Jordan, Ungogo, dies at 70

Power play stalls Buhari’s approval for PRODA DG’s suspension

READ IT: Punch Newspapers

Daily Post Newspaper Headline November 2 2020

End SARS: NBA states position on Buhari govt’s plan to regulate social media

End SARS: End all street protests, dialogue with my govt on police – Buhari begs youths

Gov Wike threatens fresh restrictions on worship centres in Rivers

Lekki toll gate massacre: Why Sanwo-Olu should resign as Lagos governor – PDP

Borno: Boko Haram kills civilians in Chibok

Govs didn’t hoard COVID-19 palliatives – Akeredolu

READ IT: Daily Post

Daily Trust Newspaper Headline November 2 2020

PDP, APC trade words over US forces rescue of abducted American

Buhari to #EndSARS protesters: Let’s talk

Electricity: Consumers kick as DisCos resume tariff hike

Sowore, #EndSARS protesters block Force Hqtrs

FG to hospitals: Seek alternative sources of funding

Kaduna govt reopens higher institutions today

READ IT: Daily Trust

The Nation Newspaper Headline November 2 2020

God’s mercy stopped Coronavirus from consuming Nigerians, says Adeboye

SGF to deliver Realnews eighth anniversary lecture November 19

PDP tackles minister over ‘looted’ palliatives

NAFDAC warns traders against use of Sniper as preservative

Eagles Watch: Iwobi dazzles in Everton’s loss

READ IT: The Nation

Vanguard Newspaper Headline November 2 2020

Bad Romance: Lady Gaga in Twitter feud with Trump campaign

Nine Nigerians contesting in Tuesday’s US elections – NAN

Diet soda increases likelihood of a stroke – Study

WHO chief in quarantine after contact tests positive for Covid-19 5:28 AMQ3’20: Custodian Investment records 9.5 % growth in PAT

#EndSARS: CSOs urge security agencies to remain focused

WTO: Why US should support Okonjo-Iweala

Being an actress doesn’t make one a prostitute – Temidayo Babatunde

READ IT: VanaguardNGR

Guardian Newspaper Headline November 2 2020

Power wobbles despite $1.6 billion investments

Second COVID-19 outbreak imminent, health minister warns

PTF to decide spectators’ fate in Nigeria, Sierra Leone clash

Army, Rivers residents disagree on military operations

‘#EndSARS exposed Nigeria’s weakness to cybercrime’

Furore over appointment of VCs in FUOYE, UI

Diri orders ministry to fix collapsed bridge on federal road

Kwara approves new minimum wage

Obaseki assures youths of positions in new cabinet

READ IT: GuardianNG

Daily Sun Newspaper Headline November 2 2020

NiMet predicts hazy, sunny weather activities Monday to Wednesday

2021 budget in shaky start over COVID-19, #EndSARS protests

NNPC targets critical gas infrastructure projects from 2021 budget

New Jaguar XF flaunts advanced technologies, luxury, beauty

Nigeria produces 155m bbls of oil in 3 months

US sells 1.1m bbls Iran oil after seizure

NMMP Phase 1: Ikeja Electric rolls out 106,701 prepaid meters

READ IT: Sunnews

Nigerian Tribune Headline November 2 2020

Plot to start fresh mayhem: Osun puts security forces on alert

Nigeria records 111 new COVID-19 cases, toll now 62,964

EndSARS protests reiterated Catholic bishops’ message, says Archbishop Kaigma

Secondary T-Bills market to compress as N246bn OMO maturities boost liquidity

PDP knocks Buhari over US rescue operation

Sanwo-Olu flags-off rehabilitation, upgrading Of Eti-Osa/Lekki-Epe Expressway

READ IT: TribuneNigeria

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