Latest Nigeria News Headlines September 3 2020

Good morning. Here are the news headlines for today, September 3 2020, from AllNigerianinfo.

Punch Newspaper Headline September 3 2020

TB Joshua warns Messi against leaving Barcelona

IGP fails to produce detained Bayelsa governorship candidate in court

Ousted Mali president Keita suffers stroke

APC crisis: Marafa faction dares national caretaker committee over sack threat

US automaker Ford to cut 1,400 jobs

Minimum wage: Ogun workers threaten strike, give Abiodun 14-day ultimatum

Fulham boss Parker signs new deal

READ IT: Punch Newspapers

Daily Post Newspaper Headline September 3 2020

‘I warned Nigerians against voting Buhari’ – Fani-Kayode reacts as govt increases petrol price

Buhari decries high price of food, orders release of items to Nigerians from national reserves

Edo: Don’t turn Edo to laughing stock, Oba of Benin warns Obaseki, Ize-iyamu, Oshiomole, others

Edo election: Benin monarch, Oba Ewuare summons Oshiomhole, Obaseki, Ize-Iyamu ahead of polls

Armed robbers invade MKO Abiola’s house

Buhari govt increases petrol price to N151.56 per litre

READ IT: Daily Post

Daily Trust Newspaper Headline September 3 2020

Scholarship list in circulation fake, says education ministry

PDP opposes N151 new fuel price, increase in electricity tariff

NDA selection board for 72 Regular Course begins Sept 12

FEC okays N26b for roads, airport contracts, NDLEA secretariat

15 Die As Flood Displaces 5,254 Persons In Sokoto

Shake-Up In NCAA As FG Merges Directorates, Removes 4 Directors

READ IT: Daily Trust

The Nation Newspaper Headline September 3 2020

Rob Shuter resigns from MTN Nigeria board

FEC approves contracts for Works, Aviation, NDLEA ministries

Take my life, spare my cannabis plantation, suspect pleads

Immigration automates visa on arrival policy

Sacked NIPDC staff demand payment of entitlements

Int’l flights resumption: PTF meets with ambassadors

READ IT: The Nation

Vanguard Newspaper Headline September 3 2020

Economy Sectors List Gains Of CBN’s Stimulus Programme

EFCC Re-Arraigns Mama Boko Haram, 2 Others

Petrol Price Hike: Nans Gives FG 48 Hrs To Reverse Policy

Edo 2020: APC, First Lady Clash Over Disrupted Medical Outreach

Breaking: Ex-President Keita Suffers Stroke

Osinbajo, Ganduje Meet Over Banditry, Kidnapping In Kano

Court Directs IGP To Apologise To Journalists Over Assault, Awards N350k Damage

Bandits Abduct 9 Persons In Niger State, Demand N10m Ransom

READ IT: VanaguardNGR

Guardian Newspaper Headline September 3 2020

Poor countries desperate for Covid vaccines may be outbid by richer neighbors

Plateau United target continental glory, scout for experienced campaigners

PSG star Neymar positive for COVID-19

South Africa’s auditor general uncovers mass graft

Lagos by-election: PDP holds primaries September 5

FEC approves N13bn for automation of 4 airports, $3.1bn for NCS

Trial opens over Charlie Hebdo terror attacks that stunned France

Rwanda genocide convict dies in Senegalese prison

Petrol price jump from N138 to N151

READ IT: GuardianNG

Daily Sun Newspaper Headline September 3 2020

Abiodun inspects Panseke-Adigbe road, says work begins on Isashi-Akute Road soon

Gov Bagudu appointments Chairmen of Boards, Commissions, Parastatals

Imo north: APC screen Araraume, Achonu 9 others for primaries

Hiked petrol price, electricity tariff reflect wishes of citizenry, APC replies PDP

CIPM hails Fayemi for ending doctors, workers’ strikes

NDLEA destroys over 17 hectares of hemp farms in kogi

READ IT: Sunnews

Nigerian Tribune Headline September 3 2020

DPR Remits N673bn To FG’s Coffers In 6 Months

Reps Minority Caucus Demands Halt In N151 Fuel Pump Increase

Aviation Unions Back NLC, TUC Against Gov Wike

FEC Ratifies $3.1bn Customs Modernization Project

BEA: Scholarship List Circulating Is Fake ― FG

Lagos East: Senatorial Aspirants withdraw from race, endorse Abiru

READ IT: TribuneNigeria

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