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Afternoon Newspaper Headlines Today, July 20, 2020

1. Group sues Sowore, others, demands N2bn damages over libelous publication against Malami A group, Global Integrity Crusade Network, on Monday, dragged Omoyele Sowore, Publisher of Sahara Reporters, and three others before the Federal High Court, Abuja, over publications alleged to be libelous against Abubakar Malami, Attorney-General of Federation (AGF). Also joined in the fundamental rights enforcement suit numbered: FHC/ABJ/CS/816/2020 as respondents are Kabir Akingbolu, Sahara Reporters Inc., and Vanguard

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Afternoon Newspaper Headlines Today, July 20, 2020

POLITICS

Aso Rock News Today, 19th July 2020

Lawyer Asks Buhari To Investigate, Prosecute Nigeria's Attorney-General, Malami, For Corruption A human rights lawyer Kabir Akingbolu has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to investigate and prosecute the Federation's Attorney General and Minister of Justice Abubakar Malami for corruption and abuse of office. In a letter to the President, Akingbolu urged him to take the action if his government is serious about fighting corruption. Malami in 2018, according to the lawyer, given the fact that numerous lawyers

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Aso Rock News Today, 19th July 2020

POLITICS

Latest Newspaper Headlines for This Afternoon, Saturday 18th July 2020.

Today's Afternoon Newspapers headlines had cameout with lots of interesting stories you would love to spend your whole time reading. Below are the headlines. *Covid-19, Another flight evacuating 324 Nigerians depart US for Abuja :Another flight evacuating Nigerians stranded in the US has departed with 324 passengers and are set to arrive Nnamdi Azikiwe international airport, Abuja this Afternoon. * Osun Expends N900 million against coronavirus pandemic ;Osun state government says it has spent over N900m in

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Latest Newspaper Headlines for This Afternoon, Saturday 18th July 2020.

POLITICS

Lockdown order: Lawyers task Nigerian government on palliatives

Following the decision of the federal government to curb the spreading of Coronavirus in the country. Some lawyers on Monday urged the federal, Lagos and Ogun state governments to ensure adequate palliatives for the citizens to cushion the effects of the stay-at-home order. The lawyers told the News Agency on telephone that the governments should also control the prices of the goods and commodities. Mr Kabir Akingbolu, a constitutional lawyer and Member of Ekiti State Judicial Service Commission, told

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Lockdown order: Lawyers task Nigerian government on palliatives

HEALTH

Nigerians welcome the state health care insurance system

Nigerians have continued to greet President Muhammadu Buhari on the federal government's health care package, while Nigeria continues to fight COVID-19. Some lawyers in Lagos described Wednesday's decision as encouraging and called for citizens to work together in battle. You spoke to journalists in Lagos. Recall that Buhari said in a speech to the nation on Monday evening that the government had signed a memorandum of understanding on the provision of hazard grants and other incentives with key health care

  1 year ago ago
Nigerians welcome the state health care insurance system