Naijaloveinfo Dailies Monday Headlines (09/11/20)

  • Naijaloveinfo Dailies bring you current events in Nigeria and outside over the last 24 hours
  • Political, current affairs and sports have dominated the global news space

The United States Presidential Elections results is still the most trending topic globally as sitting President, Donald Trump has rejected the victory of former Vice President, Joe Biden.

United States Presidential Elections results
United States Presidential Elections results (Source: The Spectator Index)

Trump’s lawyers will likely head to Court to challenge the United States Elections following the announcement of Biden as the candidate with more popular and electoral college votes.

Naijaloveinfo presents to you some Newspaper Headlines for Monday, November 9, 2020:

  1. President Buhari among world leaders who has congratulated Joe Biden as United States President-Elect
  2. Russia fails to congratulate Joe Biden, says it’s waiting for result of legal battle
  3. 16th Emir of Zazzau to be coronated today despite Court case
  4. Southeast leaders committed to Nigeria’s unity, urge FG to look into demands of End SARS protesters
  5. APC convention may not hold in December as party chiefs focus on healing wounds of aggrieved members
  6. Police Service Commission drags IGP Muhammad Abubakar Adamu to President Buhari over constable recruitment
  7. Lagos government orders immediate release of no fewer than 253 End SARS protesters
  8. End SARS: Southwest governors meet to improve security
  9. Lekki shootings: Soldiers were attacked, offered water to protesters, says Army
  10. United States 2020 Presidential Elections: At last , Lawmakers tell President Donald Trump what to do
  11. IPOB: Umahi of Ebonyi leads other Southeast governors to Wike
  12. Aston Villa wiped out Arsenal at Emirates, win 3-0 in Sunday EPL game
  13. Valencia defeat La Liga defending champions, Real Madrid 4-1
  14. Leicester City are Premier League table leaders as international break resumes
  15. IGP Muhammad Abubakar Adamu orders immediate withdrawal of police escorts from some Nigerians

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