Naijaloveinfo Dailies Monday Headlines (02/11/20)

  • Various news headlines dominate the discussion landscape in Nigeria
  • Naijaloveinfo Dailies bring to you some of the major stories for Monday Headlines this November 2

Presented below are some of the Headlines in some Nigeria Newspapers:

  1. Correctional Facilities Authorities reject suspected COVID-19 Palliatives looters due to prison overcrowding
  2. Accident claims no fewer than 30 lives in Akungba, Ondo state
  3. American terrorist dressed as Samurai Warrior holding sword kills 2, wound 5 others during Halloween in United States
  4. President Buhari initiates more empowerment for Nigerian youths via Youth Intervention Programme
  5. Arsenal shock Manchester United at Old Trafford, win 1-0 via a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s penalty in EPL Sunday showdown
  6. José Mourinho takes Tottenham Hotspur to second on EPL table following hard fought 2-1 victory against Brighton & Hove Albion
  7. Liverpool go top of Spanish La Liga after 2-1 win again West Ham United on Saturday
  8. Real Madrid hold on to Spanish La Liga table leadership following 4-1 hammering of opponent
  9. Trump vs Biden Presidential Election goes down to the wires as unconfirmed reports inform Democrat candidate in early lead
  10. Crisis over oil demand not over, Chevron warns
  11. Kaduna Electricity begins mass metering of city
  12. End SARS demands: My government won’t suppress youths
  13. Several killed in Zamfara as armed bandits begin house-to-house abduction of residents
  14. Former Presidential candidate, Olopade Agoro is dead
  15. Cristiano Ronaldo scores twice for Juventus after bouncing back from COVID-19 scare
  16. Road Projects: Senate hits hard on Fashola
  17. Police Service Commission says it won’t force officers to return to Nigerian roads
  18. Over 260 NGOs/CSOs sue NBC for fining Channels TV, Arise TV, AIT
  19. More escapeees return to prison following jail break in Edo
  20. WAEC releases May/June 2020 WASSCE results
  21. United States President, Trump tells Boko Haram insurgents to keep off American citizens

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