Nigeria New Headlines May 1 2020

Here are the news headlines for today Friday, May 1 2020, from iDONSABI.

Punch Newspaper Headline May 1 2020

Osinbajo panel meets Buhari’s economic advisory council

Health workers exposed to dead COVID-19 patient working at Lagos hospital

FG directs civil servants from level 14 to resume Monday

Sanwo-Olu blames late airport, border closures for COVID-19 spread

Russian PM tests positive for COVID-19

Comoros confirms first COVID-19 case

US has high COVID-19 cases because we test more – Trump

READ IT: Punch Newspapers

Daily Post Newspaper Headline May 1 2020

Kano deaths: Nigerian govt gives update on probe, efforts

COVID-19: Obaseki extends Edo lockdown

COVID-19 lockdown: Gov Lalong announces new directives

Nigerian govt orders civil servants to return to work

Customs shut doors on Oyo government officials, rejects 1,800 bags of ‘expired’ rice, [PHOTOS]

Benue govt repatriates 58 suspected trafficked persons, insists COVID-19 lockdown still in place

READ IT: Daily Post

Daily Trust Newspaper Headline May 1 2020

Atiku tells FG to diversify economy now, says reliance on oil failing

China reacts to planned $200bn coronavirus suit by Nigerian lawyers

BREAKING: Many trapped as eight storey building collapses in Owerri

Stop employers from sacking, slashing salaries, Atiku urges N/Assembly

ABU’s new Vice Chancellor, Bala, takes over

READ IT: Daily Trust

The Nation Newspaper Headline May 1 2020

We did not approve ‘fresh N850bn loan’ for Buhari – Senate

MC Oluomo buries 87-year-old mother

COVID-19: INEC meets May 7 to adopt guidelines for resumption

I don’t want to be king over dead bodies – Ooni of Ife

Returnees from Enugu, Port-Harcourt test positive for COVID-19 in Bauchi

Retired banker dies of suspected COVID-19 in Kano

READ IT: The Nation

Vanguard Newspaper Headline May 1 2020

Israel Hails German Hezbollah Ban As ‘Significant Step’

People Talk: Extension Of COVID-19 Lockdown And 8pm-6am Nationwide Curfew

France Orders 10 Metres Between Joggers, Cyclists

Photo: 40 Trapped In Collapsed 8-Storey Building In Imo

Russian Pm, Mikhail Mishustin, Tests Positive For Coronavirus, As Cases Surge Past 100,000

Nasarawa Records Additional 2 New COVID-19 Cases

COVID-19: Edo Discharges 9th Patient, As Govt Intensifies Screening, Testing Across 18 LGAS

Lagos Discharges 12 Covid-19 Cases Including Ukranian

READ IT: VanaguardNGR

Guardian Newspaper Headline May 1 2020

French football season declared over, PSG awarded title

La Liga preparing to test players for virus

US, China block UN resolution in spat over WHO handling of pandemic

Russian prime minister says he has coronavirus

Lagos Government issues fresh guidelines for public transport operations

NNPC new staff to assume virtual duty May 4 – Obateru

Joe Biden launches VP search committee for White House bid

Nigeria orders senior workers to resume work on Monday

READ IT: GuardianNG

Daily Sun Newspaper Headline May 1 2020

One confirmed dead, 14 rescued, 25 trapped as building collapses in Imo

COVID-19: Ekiti workers won’t accept pay cut, Labour tells Fayemi

COVID-19: FG moves to provide palliative for media industries, others

NIS reschedules collection of processed passports, fresh enrollments

COVID-19: Akwa Ibom records more death, 3 new cases

Ebonyi begins electric tricycle production to boost IGR, reduce oil dependence

READ IT: Sunnews

Nigerian Tribune Headline May 1 2020

Nigerian govt will replace $300 million Abacha loot fully if diverted, says US

May Day: APC Charges Workers To Equip Themselves With Information Skills During Lockdown

How Black Seed Oil Can Lead Fight Against COVID-19 Infection

Despite COVID-19, we’ll celebrate May Day, says Labour

May Day: Senate President salutes resilience of Nigerian workers

113 Health Workers Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus, Says Health Minister

READ IT: TribuneNigeria

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