Nigeria News Headlines This Morning, Thursday 16th Of July, 2020.
1) Magu released from detention.
2) COVID-19 worsens Nigeria’s out-of-school children problem — Investigation.
3) COVID-19: Local implications of a global disruption.
4) Corruption, police destroyed the EFCC.
6) Cybersecurity: 89% of Nigerian companies risk public cloud attack.
7) Why Magu was detained — Presidency.
8) Magu’s probe: The perversity of fighting corruption with corruption in Nigeria.
9) Magugate won’t burnish Buhari’s fancy anti-graft epaulette.
10) Man pours hot water on nursing wife’s breasts in Enugu.
11) Net forex inflow rises 118% to $20.5bn in 2 months.
12) Nigeria, NCD Alliance, and 19 others have been awarded $300,000 to address the critical needs of people living with NCDs during COVID-19.
13) Lagos opens portal to recruit 700 doctors, other health workers.
14) NSITF crises snowballs as Minister removes NECA’s rep from board.
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