Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today [Tue-26-May-2020]

Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today [Tue-26-May-2020]

Here are top Nigerian newspaper headlines for Tuesday May 26 2020 latest from Nigerian national dailies.

Vanguard Newspaper, Daily Sun, Guardian, Daily Independent, Punch Newspaper, Tribune, The Nation Newspaper, ThisDay Newspaper Headlines.

Punch Newspaper Headlines Today [Tue-26-May-2020]

  • INEC plans to start electronic voting in 2021
  • Telecoms operators demand removal of right of way charges
  • We’ve issued identity numbers to 41 million Nigerians — NIMC
  • Microsoft highlights tech needs to boost Nigeria’s economy
  • COVID-19: Seven latest global developments
  • I spent eight days in detention because my husband criticised Lai Mohammed — Housewife
  • FUTA manufactures dual purpose sanitiser
  • 18 Gombe COVID-19 positive cases refuse govt isolation
  • Rector asks institutions to tackle COVID-19 pandemic
  • Impact of COVID-19 loneliness on mental health

  • Zamfara to engage 70, 000 youths in mining
  • FG threatens to dismiss workers leaking official documents
  • Ex-militants flay National Assemblys probe of Akpabio, NDDC committee
  • How Ijaw can produce Delta gov Community leader
  • FG screening 19 Nigerian firms for COVID-19 drugs production
  • SWest APC lauds Otetubi for withdrawing suit against party
  • FG evacuates 69 stranded, trafficked Nigerians from Lebanon
  • Don’t challenge legislative autonomy, Senator advises govs
  • CAN seeks talks with Ogun over churches, mosques reopening
  • Gambari: Chief of staff or prime minister
  • Well win Edo to complete our number in S/South PDP
  • Lagos demolishes partially-collapsed building
  • Benue tests 200 for COVID19
  • Ondo ocean incursion project not by FG Akeredolu
  • Kajuru residents displaced by herdsmen flee to Kaduna community
  • Sokoto records 14 COVID-19 deaths
  • Reps working on local content Executive Orders bills
  • PDP, Ogieh, others hail Edwin Clark at 93
  • Buhari, Gbajabiamila, Oyetola mourn New Telegraph editor, Bakare
  • Abdulrazaq appoints Adewumi as KWASU chancellor
  • Cross River declares 35 wanted over Calabar cult killings
  • Group sets agenda for new NECO registrar
  • Send your children to Almajirai school, risk jail El-Rufai
  • The crisis of mental health
  • Okowa denies chairing COVID-19 panel
  • Corps members certificate presentation to last for 10 days
  • Coronavirus fear heightens in Abuja, Nasarawa boundary towns
  • South-West APC lauds Otetubi for withdrawing suit against party
  • Anambra, Delta to police Niger Bridge, resolve differences
  • Between handover and hand over and other malapropisms
  • We’ll win Edo to complete our number in South-South PDP
  • Ex-APC spokesman knocks Rivers over demolished hotel managers COVID-19 status
  • LASG seeks review of financial statement law
  • 10 power plants idle, generation sinks to 2,627MW
  • Economy may contract in Q2, NECA warns
  • Two killed in Borno IDP camps fire
  • Petrol price may increase as Brent stabilises around $35/barrel
  • Police nab Ondo cemetery workers with human heads
  • Pantami may relocate office to controversial NCC complex
  • COVID-19: Bus operators reduce passengers from 59 to 28
  • APC urges South-West factions to unite
  • Well ease Nigeria, others debt burden Chinese minister
  • Friends sever mans wrist for alleging adultery
  • Top five African stars who stunned La Liga
  • Celestial church donates N25m to Lagos, Ogun
  • CROSIEC fixes Cross River LG poll for May 30
  • Nigerias GDP rose by 1.87% in Q1 NBS

[www.punchng.com]

Vanguard Newspaper Headlines Today [Mon-26-May-2020]

  • Wike, Rivers liable for infecting my manager with Covid-19 ‘ Owner of demolished hotel
  • Era lawmakers took NDDC contracts without execution over ‘N’Delta agitators
  • Delta Poly ASUP chairman dies in auto crash
  • US call for fresh probe of Adesina, plot to destabilise AfDB, says Bank’s Ethics C’ttee
  • How Police squad invaded Abuja Estate
  • UBA Africa Day Conversations: Global leaders advocate speedy implementation of AFCTA
  • Executive Order: Withhold legislature, judiciary cash, lose your allocations, FG warns govs
  • EDO GOVERNORSHIP: Oshiomhole, Obaseki’s men in fresh tussle over primaries
  • Rainstorm destroys 30 buildings, including public school at Badagry, Lagos
  • COVID-19: Lagos to re-open schools if’ ‘ Education commissioner

  • COVID-19: Outgoing SEC boss allays fears of job losses
  • COVID-19: Why Nigeria is discharging patients after 1 negative test
  • ACF backs El-Rufai on almajiri education
  • Super Eagles star Osimhen loses father, Pinnick mourns
  • On Africa day 2020, Buhari says no development without peace
  • Fabregas explains how Mourinho sold him his Chelsea plans
  • MTN, Dangote emerge most admired African brands
  • [UPDATED] COVID-19: INEC to pilot e-Voting in 2021, seeks cancellation of Bye-Elections
  • COVID-19: Anambra, Delta hold talks to check movement on Niger Bridge
  • Women’s Super League season ended with immediate effect
  • NESG sees shortfall in 2020 projected FG revenue
  • COVID-19: INEC unveils policy on conducting elections ahead of Edo, Ondo gov’ship elections
  • FIFA suspend Haiti FA chief over sexual abuse allegations
  • COVID-19: INEC to pilot e-Voting in 2021, seeks cancellation of Bye-Elections
  • Ethiopian Airline denies having any contract to evacuate Nigerians from Canada
  • Equities market rebounds as investors gain N695bn
  • Premier League restart near, as clubs return to contact training
  • Ondo 2020: Chaos in APC over ‘united’ opposition to Akeredolu
  • OIL PRICE WATCH: Bonny light price rises further
  • The looming fiscal crisis and the wisdom of Obafemi Awolowo
  • Opera Mini gets major update and fully revamped design with the launch of Opera Mini 50
  • Security agents and COVID-19 infection mess
  • Edo Election: We don’t want bloodshed, Chief Imam pleads
  • Our researchers are working on cure for coronavirus ‘ Babcock University
  • Post-coronavirus: Relocate dry dock to open up Niger Delta economy, PANDEF, UNDEDSS task FG
  • Chelsea and Juventus in talks over proposed Jorginho transfer
  • Richard Akinjide in his own words
  • We can get it done here’: Africa’s tech scene tackles coronavirus
  • Global Finance Names Ecobank Most Innovative Bank in Africa
  • Why I delved into entertainment, lifestyle influencing ‘ Kobi Mighty
  • Calm Global promotes telemedicine to reduce hospital waiting time
  • COVID-19: NAF produces ventilators to support fight against pandemic
  • Ayade declares PDP Counselorship candidate, 34 others wanted over cult activities
  • The withering of Nigerian state
  • FIFA suspends Haiti football president accused of rape
  • Join forces to tackle COVID-19 ‘ Trado-medicine practitioners
  • Beyond the shoddy response to coronavirus
  • Four grave diggers caught with five human heads in Ondo
  • Kwara: No regret for backing AbdulRazaq ‘ APC
  • Villas-Boas to stay on as Marseille coach
  • Nnamdi Azikiwe varsity hospital records first case of COVID-19 ‘ CMD

[www.vanguardngr.com]

Daily Sun Newspaper Headlines Today [Mon-26-May-2020]

  • Diri has shown capacity to take Bayelsa to next level ‘Dickson
  • Why FG needs to halt importation of petroleum products ‘Nwabunike
  • CAN seeks roundtable over reopening of churches, mosques in Ogun
  • Italian journalist claims’ Osimhen agrees ’60m Napoli move
  • PDP’ll win Edo guber, retain 6 South South states ‘Ogidi
  • Investment Tribunal resumes sitting to adjudicate urgent disputes
  • Kaduna’ll jail parents who enrol children into Almajiri system ‘ El-Rufai
  • Ighalo quits Man U this week
  • Wike gives N450m to victims of 2019 presidential poll in Abonnema
  • Train 7: Critical stakeholders capable of leading industry ‘PETAN

  • As Eagles striker storms Lagos for father’s burial
  • ASETU petitions UN, US over northerners’ alleged plot to annex Igboland
  • COVID-19: INEC to introduce e-voting for Anambra guber
  • MPC: Expect no cut in main rate, says expert
  • Insecurity: Armed Forces overstretched, warns Ndume
  • FC Nantes snaps up Moses Simon on 4-year contract
  • Ekiti royal rumble: Suspended kingmakers threaten to sue Fayemi
  • Sterling Bank launches OneBank App
  • Covid-19: safeguarding the rural communities from infection
  • 15,000 Enugu households receive Onyeama’s palliatives
  • Invasion from mars: Strange faces in the south
  • COVID-19 and the solidarity trials
  • McGregor offered title shot against Kamaru Usman
  • Education and economy in the post Covid-19 Africa
  • Edo guber: PDP ‘ll work hard to win Edo, retain 6 S’South states ‘ Ogidi
  • Solutions to myths about online banking
  • Lockdown: Killings, torture, extortion unlimited
  • El Hadji Diouf confesses: Okocha’s the most talented player I’ve ever seen
  • How Umahi is remaking Ebonyi
  • Plateau NASS members donate COVID-19 fund to Lalong
  • Re: On rotational template and governorship contest in Enugu
  • Speculators to lose over N10bn as BDCs resume forex trading
  • Re: On rotational template and governorship contest in Enugu
  • Ex-Plateau gov applauds PDP NWC for appointing caretaker committee
  • COVID-19: Sustaining gas supply for economic growth
  • Polaris Bank transformed for growth, says CEO
  • Ahmed Musa: We miss Enyeama in Super Eagles
  • CSO seeks reinstatement of sacked Kwara perm sec
  • Aregbesola laid foundation for infrastructure development in Osun ‘Tinubu
  • Nigeria’s GDP grows by 1.87%in Q1, says NBS
  • Buhari condoles with media over Bakare’s death
  • COVID-19: Ethiopian Airlines denies getting approval for Canadian evacuation

[www.sunnewsonline.com]

Guardian Newspaper Headlines Today [Tue-26-May-2020]

  • Investors torn between debt, forex market as naira weakens
  • Palm biofuel, agro-based pharmaceuticals, others can replace petroleum, says Ikuenobe
  • How ineffective communication strategy fuels confusion over COVID-19
  • How to deregulate Nigeria’s oil, gas downstream sector beyond politics
  • Two killed in Lagos gang war
  • Russia 2018 qualifier against Cameroon cemented my place in Eagles, says Ezenwa
  • Fury wants to fight Ajagba before quitting boxing
  • Airlines, airports’ council seek harmonised measures for air travel restart
  • How cost, poor services mar virtual schools, courts, others
  • Infrastructure investment as instrument to kick-start economies, job creation

  • Experts task practitioners on mentorship of young accountants
  • PDP woos Obaseki, assures of level playing field
  • Akwa Ibom APC chiefs caution against media attacks on Akpabio
  • Ujomu seeks N11m for urgent kidney transplant
  • Physical distancing still a mirage as Rivers resumes lockdown
  • IDPs in uncompleted building get relief materials in Jos
  • Buhari, Oyetola mourn New Telegraph’s editor Bakare
  • SoftTalk Messenger distributes COVID-19 relief items to Edo community
  • Ighalo’s Manchester United tour ends this week
  • Aviation sector needs reform, not bailout fund
  • Ighalo’s Manchester United tour ends this week
  • PenCom plans investments diversification post-COVID-19
  • Is Nigeria’s population the biggest in Africa
  • PenCom plans investments diversification post-COVID-19
  • Rohr’s new deal is good news for home-based players, says Eguma
  • TUC urges federal government to reject loan from China
  • TUC urges federal government to reject loan from China
  • Acquittal or conviction of someone in criminal trial involving more persons does not automatically translate to acquittal or conviction of others
  • Top European clubs jostle for ESAE FC’s Bello Rouchdane
  • Igboland is not landlocked
  • Civil aviation authority, expert rally airlines to cargo operations
  • Israel Adesanya shapes up for another battle with Brazilian star
  • UNTH restates commitment to improve workers’ welfare
  • Taking ownership in the management of COVID-19
  • FIFA suspends Haiti football chief accused of rape
  • Experts seek removal of VAT, withholding tax on dividend, others
  • NNPC says top fresh management appointments based on merit
  • The rock and the hard place
  • Sanwo-Olu appoints Shomade as GM LASURA
  • South African public-sector wage dispute moves to arbitration
  • Fixed income market to witness increased activities, says NSE
  • As Suleiman Abba mounts the police trust fund saddle
  • NANS charges Buhari to appoint more youths into government
  • Experts urge FG to scale stimulus package for economic revamp
  • Edo speaker should explain his coronavirus cure
  • NECA seeks more NSITF funding to tackle post-COVID-19 challenges

[www.guardian.ng]

The Nation Newspaper Headlines Today [Tue-26-May-2020]

  • Ighalo may leave Man Utd this week
  • WHO suspends COVID-19 chloroquine treatment trial
  • Expect rise in positive cases, Obiano tells Anambra
  • Nigeria records 229 new cases of COVID-19, total now 8068
  • Edo cases rise to 191, records 7th death
  • Pressure mounts on British PM over refusal to sack top aide
  • Ramaphosa to South Africans: outbreak will get worse
  • U.S. urges probe into alleged ethics breach by AfDB President
  • Kaduna to jail parents who enrol kids into Almajiri
  • Burial of NFFs chief Okenwa postponed

  • Rivers wants my manager dead, demolished hotel owner alleges
  • BAL organisers praised amid COVID-19
  • WHO fears silent virus epidemic unless Africa prioritises testing
  • Peace, security key to Africas development, says Buhari
  • LMC undecided on NPFL 2019/2020 finale
  • DESOPADEC boss, Reps, Dickson hail Clark at 93
  • Sanwo-Olu will make 4th Mainland Bridge a reality
  • Buhari, Oyetola, others mourn Saturday New Telegraph Editor Bakare
  • Lessons from Ayade
  • Oyo to add COVID-19 test to routine hospital diagnosis
  • Peace returns to Ondo APC chapter
  • Corps members to collect certificates at local govt offices
  • Suspended kingmakers threaten litigation against Fayemi
  • Wike to disburse N450m to victims of 2019 poll
  • AbdulRazaq: Maintaning clean break from past
  • JUSUN faults governors opposition to financial autonomy for Judiciary
  • Akeredolus wife, critic in social media battle
  • Lagos to evacuate silts cleared from drains, says Bello

[www.thenationonlineng.net]

ThisDay Newspaper Headlines Today [Tue-26-May-2020]

  • What has Gone Wrong with Nigerian Banking
  • Okereke: COVID-19 Presents Opportunity to End Gas Flaring
  • Nigeria: Race to Outlive Covid-19 Pandemic
  • Bello: Nigeria Can Earn More Revenue from Export
  • Downstream Oil Sector Operators Harp on Attractive Business Climate
  • Vodacom Creates Standalone Business
  • ARC Appoints Non-Executive Directors
  • Akpoyibo Green Foundation Donates Solar Devices to Kwara
  • Merit Abode Puts Emrald Garden City in Real Estate Market
  • WOWBii Empowers Governors for Virtual Meetings

  • Obasa Wards off Detractors
  • Lyon President Calls for Return of French Ligue 1
  • Tribute to Chief Richard Osuolale Akinjide, SAN
  • Bayern Coach Insists Todays Clash with Dortmund Not Title Decider
  • When the Law Is the Law
  • La Liga to Resume with Real Betis, Sevilla Derby on June 11
  • Who Needs the Infectious Disease Bill 2020
  • CID Bill 2020: In Whose Interest
  • Lille, NFF Commiserate with Osimhen over Dads Death
  • GUINNESS BOOK PROJECT: FG Tells Bash Ali to Look Elsewhere for Sponsorship
  • ECOWAS Fixes 2023 Completion Date for $567m WAPP Project
  • Efugo Farms Launch New Product
  • Africa, Eid-al-Fitr and The Virus

[www.thisdaylive.com]

Daily Trust Newspaper Headlines Today [Tue-26-May-2020]

  • Nigeria’s economy records 1.87% growth in Q1- NBS
  • COVID-19: CBN approves N10bn for healthcare loans
  • Lagos to partially close Marine Beach bridge for 5 months
  • FIFA agent Egbe seeks revival of school sports in Nigeria
  • Deregulation key to attracting investments in downstream sector
  • Sanwo-Olu to mark one year in office with virtual, on-site commissioning of projects
  • Ighalo set for Man United exit as loan extension talks stall
  • COVID-19: Bala Adams charges athletes to maintain physical fitness
  • FG tasked on public finance transparency, monitoring
  • 135 lockdown violators nabbed in Ogun

  • COVID-19: How to stay physically healthy while at home
  • COVID-19: Concerns as restaurants, cafes reopen in Greece
  • Lille gives Osimhen private aircraft to attend dad’s burial
  • Rewane, Akeredolu, and the cannabis economy
  • Africa worst hit by COVID-19 pandemic ‘ Oramah
  • Kidnappers kill man after collecting ransom
  • Gastrointestinal Perforation
  • Britain could reopen stores on June 15 ‘ PM Johnson
  • How Gambari is faring in Aso Rock
  • How Australia is supporting global action on COVID-19
  • Lagos cuts 2020 budget, unveils business stimulus plan
  • Thiago to miss top game at Dortmund through injury
  • Administrating hydroxychloroquine increases risk of dying ‘ Study
  • Russian COVID-19 cases exceed 350,000, death toll hits 3,633
  • COVID-19: FCTA provides medical supplies to curtail transmission
  • Police probe ‘assassination plots’ as Ogun PDP crisis gets messier
  • The burden of leadership at FIRS
  • Dangote Cement records strong performance in Q1
  • Clijsters determined to press on with comeback
  • GSS Kuje old students donate to orphanage, women
  • Report reveals protein deficiency in Nigeria
  • Parks packed, terraces open as Madrid and Barcelona celebrate easing
  • Welcome review of BOFIA
  • Support us to deliver more dividends of democracy ‘ Sen Al-Makura
  • Kindergarten pupil tests positive for virus ahead of expanded school reopening
  • United Capital raises N10bn Series 1 bond
  • FIFA suspends Haiti football chief accused of rape
  • James Ogebe ‘ A titan among judges
  • COVID-19: The Contagion and Political Representation
  • 1 killed, 5 injured as vehicles collide near Abaji
  • WHO fear ‘silent’ virus epidemic unless Africa prioritises testing
  • Afghan ceasefire holds as prisoner release expected
  • Sterling Bank grows shareholders’ fund by 22%

[www.dailytrust.com]

Daily Independent Newspaper Headlines Today [Tue-26-May-2020]

  • 11 Escape Death In Anambra Multiple Accidents
  • Anambra Records First COVID-19 Death As Government Sets Up Taskforce Committees At Ward Level
  • Bolivia’s Health Minister Sacked, Remanded For Virus-related Corruption
  • We Lost N17bn Due To Ramp Down ‘ Mainstream Energy Boss
  • Woman Arrested For Allegedly Joining ISIS In Syria
  • Pensioners Decry Neglect, Abandonment By FG
  • Netanyahu Becomes Israel’s First Sitting PM To Face Trial
  • 5G: GSMA Warns On Grave Impact Of Reserving Spectrum
  • COVID-19: Egypt Imposes Strict Lockdown Measure
  • APC Primary: We Won’t Allow Oshiomhole Have His Way In Edo ‘Idahosa

  • Thai Airways Appoints Former CEO To Board
  • Brussels Airlines To Resume Flights Next Month
  • Group Hails Senate For Stay Of Action On Privatisation Of Power Sector
  • Udeogu (Kalu) Case: Major Setback For Justice Administration
  • Iraq Advises Saudi Companies To Enter Iraqi Market
  • Dutch COVID-19 Outbreak Spreads To Germany
  • COVID-19 Lockdown: Choice Between Life And Livelihood
  • NLNG EPC Contract Excites PETAN
  • Aston Martin Chief To Be Replaced
  • Biden Forced To Make His Fundraisers Fully Virtual
  • Thailand Confirms 2 New Coronavirus Cases
  • FA Confirm End Of Women’s Super League, Championship 2019/20 Season
  • New HIV Test Kit To Revolutionise Medical Diagnosis
  • Oando Employees Stake N25m On Palliative
  • Feeding School Children During The Holidays
  • Edo 2020: Obaseki To Meet Buhari Over APC Primary Controversy
  • Canadian PM Asks Banks To View State Of Economy
  • Sanllehi Set To Open Talks With Coutinho’s Agent As Arsenal Seek Ozil’s Successor
  • Woods, Manning Clinch Victory In $20m Charity Match
  • COVID 19: MEMMCOL Donates Food, Sanitizers, Face Masks To Host Community
  • Trump Plans Memorial Day Appearances Amid Pandemic

[www.independent.ng]

Tribune Newspaper Headlines Today [Tue-26-May-2020]

  • INEC to pilot use of electronic voting machines soon ‘ Yakubu
  • Edo 2020: Mixed feelings in APC, PDP ahead governorship primaries
  • INEC to redesign polling units to comply with COVID-19 regulations
  • Oyo PAN boss seeks government support for poultry sector
  • I don’t regret what I did,’ says British PM’s top aide on lockdown row
  • COVID-19: Epe poultry farmers throw weight behind Lagos govt
  • Aquaculture stakeholders grief over COVID-19 effect on value chain
  • More US agric produce now eligible for export to China
  • Ondo 2020: PDP aspirants in talks on number of contenders
  • Obaseki welcome in PDP, but

  • I will fulfill my campaign promises against all odds ‘ Gov Sule
  • Bauchi procures 350 tricycles to replace commercial motorcycles operation
  • Alternative medical practitioners frown at FG’s approach to COVID-19 management
  • Nigeria records 229 new coronavirus cases as total hits 8068
  • Africa Day: Buhari advocates peace for sustainable development
  • Africa Day: Buhari advocates peace for sustainable development
  • Oyo moves to ban open defecation, imposes fines, non-custodial punishment
  • JUSUN commends Buhari over state legislature, judiciary autonomy
  • COVID-19: Inconveniences, restrictions make Ramadan more rewarding ‘NLC
  • COVID-19: Labour leader tasks FG, state govt to declare teachers essential workers
  • In Oke Ogun, govt, traditional rulers, residents raise stakes against COVID-19
  • How Onpetu helped his people with palliatives from Maigida Foundation
  • The president as a repented democrat
  • Human parts dealers, buyers’ scuffle in Ogun
  • How FG plans to save threatened national plant CostusSpectabilis
  • Equipment failure caused 2 spills from Agip’s oilfields in Bayelsa ‘NOSDRA
  • How COVID-19 slowed the release of PBR cowpea
  • Kenya’s COVID-19 tally rises to 1,286

[www.tribuneonlineng.com/]

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