Latest Nigeria News Headlines October 16 2020

Good morning. Here are the news headlines for today, October 16 2020, from AllNigerianinfo.

Punch Newspaper Headline October 16 2020

Attacks: Lagos protesters hire bouncers to ward off hoodlums

FG agrees to pay ASUU N30bn earned allowance, others

CAN faults Onochie’s INEC nomination, says it’s executive recklessness

National Assembly asks youths to stop #EndSARS protests

Varsity guard killed on Ekiti farm

Ban on protests: FCT minister, Bello, under fire

Three arrested for gang-raping Ogun 16-year-old, filming crime

Court jails two Internet fraudsters in Ibadan

Moses joins Spartak on season-long loan

Attacks: Lagos protesters hire bouncers to ward off hoodlums

READ IT: Punch Newspapers

Daily Post Newspaper Headline October 16 2020

End SARS: Nigerian govt blames ASUU strike for civil unrest

End SARS: Gov Sanwo-Olu reveals identities of policemen who harassed protesters

Nigerian govt list conditions for prospective corps members as NYSC camps reopen

End SARS: Put SWAT on hold – Governors tell IG of Police

Amaechi clears air on approving waiver for foreign vessels operators

Mali: Again, Goodluck Jonathan visits Buhari, gives update on crisis

READ IT: Daily Post

Daily Trust Newspaper Headline October 16 2020

NEC Says Govs To Take Charge Of SWAT, Directs Compensation For SARS Victims

Northern Governors Oppose SARS Ban

FG Agrees To Pay N30bn Earned Allowance To ASUU

Ogun Assembly confirms ‘indicted’ VC as commissioner

Reform: NIPOST to make Kano hub of e-commerce

Kwara governor leads #EndSARs protesters to police headquarters

EndSARS: Bouncers provide security after thugs’ attack

READ IT: Daily Trust

The Nation Newspaper Headline October 16 2020

Ganduje signs State Audit Law

Withdraw Onochie’s nomination, CSOs urge Buhari

#EndInsecurityNow protests rock Kaduna, Niger 4:46 AM

North’s states want SARS, says Lalong

#EndInsecurityNow protests rock Kaduna, Niger

Creation of SWAT hasty, governors tell IG Adamu

Protesters block Benin-Lagos, Enugu-Onitsha highways

Thugs attack protesters in Lagos, Osun

READ IT: The Nation

Vanguard Newspaper Headline October 16 2020

SON calls for international standard on planet protection

Kaduna govt to reopen schools on Oct 19

LASG vows to seal illegal gas/petrol stations in residential areas

The imperative of CISIM Bill

Chief of Air Staff inaugurates airmen quarters in Calabar

Nigeria needs to invest 1.7% GDP to tackle water scarcity — NESG

COVID-19: Italian minister says Ronaldo may have violated protocols

READ IT: VanaguardNGR

Guardian Newspaper Headline October 16 2020

Stakeholders insist on profitability as NNPC reduces

Court reinstates Dauda as NIA director

Delta, Edo states bid to host Super Eagles’ AFCON qualifier

Government earned N362.3b from telecoms spectrum fees in five years, says NCC

FG extends COVID-19 National Response third phase by four weeks

‘N9.7 billion unaccounted for in 2017 audit report’

Lagos bus service suspends operation indefinitely

CAN, CSOs, others reject Onochie’s nomination as INEC commissioner

Activists urge suspension of protests, ask government to fulfil promises

READ IT: GuardianNG

Daily Sun Newspaper Headline October 16 2020

Group walk for life to promote healthy lifestyle

Igbo in Lagos celebrate Ajomale at 76

Setback for Daula Hotel, Kano

Oboh commends Buhari for scrapping SARS

Widow’s death triggers crisis in Imo community

All set for Miss Enugu beauty pageant

READ IT: Sunnews

Nigerian Tribune Headline October 16 2020

COVID-19: Nigeria confirms 148 new cases, total now 60,982

Professor JP Clark’s remains arrive Delta, for burial tonight

All civil servants now to resume work on Monday, as FG further relaxes lockdown

OID commiserates with Governor Makinde over mother’s demise

#EndSARS: Lagos constitutes seven-man judicial panel on abuses

FG, states, LGs get N639.901bn from FAAC for September

READ IT: TribuneNigeria

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