Naijaloveinfo Dailies Monday Headlines (21/12/20)

  • Naijaloveinfo Dailies for Monday, December 21 have news headlines on political, economic and societal issues
  • The European Union has commended President Muhammadu Buhari for his timely intervention at rescuing the abducted Kankara students

Information has it that India bought most crude oil from Nigeria between January and September of this year

A Russian scientist involved in research into coronavirus disease vaccine, reportedly jumped to his death from his 14-floor apartment.

Nigerians have berated both the federal government and Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu over the mammoth crowd seen at the NIMC office at Alausa area of Lagos state despite the recent spike in daily COVID-19 cases especially in the Southwest state.

Some other major news headlines are seen below:

  1. Reports have it that some commuters travelling along Maiduguri highway were attacked by alleged Boko Haram insurgents
  2. No fewer than 84 students of an Islamiyya School in Mahuta village of Katsina state kidnapped by unknown armed bandits have been rescued
  3. Nigerians want integration of SIM Card and Numbers exercise halted due to second wave of COVID-19 in the country
  4. Six killed, many injured in fresh Kaduna unrest
  5. 2023 Presidency: Northern Group canvasses Southwest, Northeast for APC, PDP
  6. APC Governors made it known that insecurity challenges will not lead to disintegration of Nigeria
  7. Survey shows that more girls will be out of school due to coronavirus disease
  8. Kaduna state government directs workers to stay home over surge in COVID-19
  9. Niger state Speaker, Deputy Speaker reportedly test positive for coronavirus disease
  10. Armed bandits now targeting Traditional Rulers, says official
  11. President Muhammadu Buhari is capable of securing Nigerians, says Presidency
  12. FCT Police arrests five robbers, reassures residents of safety of lives and properties
  13. States adopt strict measures to combat COVID-19 second wave as Imo government bans gatherings of more than 100 persons
  14. Federal Government to build resettlement cities in four states for IDPs
  15. NJC sacks two judges, appoints 69 others
  16. PSC dismiss four senior police officers over misconduct
  17. Second wave of COVID-19 deadlier, Nigerians should take precautionary measures, says NMA
  18. English Premier League action resumes tonight as Chelsea play host to West Ham United

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