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Naijaloveinfo Dailies Monday Headlines (28/12/20)

Naijaloveinfo Monday News

  • Political and socio-economic stories dominate the news headlines on Monday, December 28 as various events happened over the weekend and in the early hours of today

Security matters in Nigeria are still in front burner following Boko Haram attacks on Borno state over the weekend.

Residents of Katampe 1 in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) have cried out to the authorities concerned to help them against growing insecurity challenges in the area.

There were football actions in the English Premier League over the weekend as Arsenal began their revival with Chelsea by winning 3-1, while League leaders, Liverpool were forced to a 1-1 draw by visiting West Bromwich Albion.

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In Nigeria football league, MFM FC’s striker, Ebenezer Odeyemi has stated that his target is to end the current Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) as the highest goalscorer afterMFM FC defeated Warri Wolves yesterday as action resumes today

A thief who stole a generating set was nabbed by angry residents in a suburb of Abuja and almost beaten to death over the weekend

Also, over the weekend, Defence Headquarters Nigeria informed the general public of how some armed bandits were neutralised in Operations Hadarin Daji and Whirl Stroke in parts of Zamfara, Benue, Taraba and a few other states

Naijaloveinfo Dailies for today contains other captivating news headlines presented below:

  1. Nigeria Police kill 5 kidnappers, arrest 11 others in Niger state in a gun duel battle as kidnapped Kaduna state PFN chairman, wife regain freedom
  2. Unknown gunmen kill 2, abduct 48 others in Katsina villages in series of attacks
  3. Former ANPP secretary dies, aged 71
  4. Governor Wike of Rivers state threatens another lockdown over COVID-19 second wave
  5. AstraZuneka vaccine reportedly effective against new coronavirus disease variant in UK
  6. Federal Government accuses Bishop Kukah of planning President Buhari’s removal over nepotism comments as PDP, others support cleric
  7. APC rejects notion that Nigeria is gradually becoming a failed state as it releases Press Statement
  8. Coronavirus disease won’t be the last pandemic the world would experience, says WHO Director General in a video
  9. COVID-19 Review shows Nigeria records highest weekly numbers of cases ever at over 5,000
  10. Former Nigerian lawmaker, Mr Hamzat died of COVID-19 related issues, aged 70
  11. Minister of Women’s Affairs and Social Development, Dame Paulen Tallen tests positive for COVID-19

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