Naijaloveinfo Dailies Thursday Headlines (12/11/2020)

  • Naijaloveinfo Dailies for Thursday, November 12 have a lot of interesting news headlines
  • President Donald Trump is still not relenting about his belief of winning the United States Presidential Elections at the Courts

In Nigeria, the first civilian governor of Kaduna state, Balarabe Musa has died.

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Check out some of the major news headlines for today:

  1. 2021 Budget: National Assembly says N570b allocations to judiciary, police ridiculous
  2. Nigerian Army unveils another wanted list of Boko Haram insurgents with Abubakar Shekau included
  3. Suspended UNILAG VC, Professor Oluwatoyin Ogundipe reinstated by President Buhari after 3 months
  4. Governor Dave Umahi of Ebonyi state to dump PDP for APC
  5. Federal Executive Council approves N62.7b for Kano road construction & N740m for Lagos Airport, says Minister Fashola
  6. AIG Ahmad Ilyasu appeals Police Officers to return to work to prevent insecurity
  7. Senator Ndume tells FG to stop deradicalisation, rehabilitation & reintegration of Boko Haram insurgents, says exercise not in order
  8. Association rescues severely malnourished lions, other starving animals from Kaduna Zoo
  9. Enugu Government begins mass vaccination in communities against Yellow Fever after no fewer than 50 persons died last month
  10. FG begins youth entrepreneurial trainings in Agriculture across six geopolitical zones
  11. Farmers and Indigenes in Imo state laments destruction of farmlands by herdsmen invasion
  12. Mob sets 2 suspected armed robbers ablaze in Delta state, third suspect reportedly escaped
  13. President Buhari orders resuscitation of abandoned Farm Estates to help facilitate youths involvement in Agriculture
  14. Anambra Government threatens to ban tricycles (keke) over increase in crime
  15. Dasukigate: Former NNPC GMD received N2.2b

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