dc.contributor.authorDaily trust 15th jan 21
dc.description.abstractTroops Killed 2,403 Terrorists, Bandits, Kidnappers in 9 Months – FG pg6; 96 Firms Bid to Rehabilitate NNPC Pipelines, Depots pg20; Be Fair to My Govt, Buhari Tells Critics pg8; Amotekun Goes Berserk, Kills 11 in 3 Weeks pg5; Northern Elders to Elite: Rescue Nigeria from Failed Leaders pg9; 2023 Presidency: South West P 12 Speakers Drum Support for Tinubu pg38; 53 Health Workers Test Positive for COVID-19 in Edo pg12; How Gunmen Kidnapped 18 Kano Traders in Kogi pg4; No Harm Should Befall Kukah - CAN Varns pg6; New COVID-19 variants not Cause for Concern – NCDC pg9; Police Raid Ogun Hotel, Seize N2.2m, N10m Hard Drugs pg10; ENDSARS: Osun Panel Summons Four Police Officers pg10; Emir Confers Late Dad’s Title on Kwankwaso’s Brother pg10; NAPPS Suggests Phased Reopening of Schools · Says nother Prolonged Closure May Collapse Private Schools pg10; Kano Records 26 New COVID-19 Infections, 52 Recoveries pg10; We’ll not Relent in Supporting Families – FG pg10; COVID-19: We Haven’t Declared Fresh Lockdown – FG pg11; NMA Worried Over Rising Coronavirus Infections Among Healthcare Workers pg11; COVID-19: 53 Health Workers Test Positive in Edo pg12; Kaduna Task Force Evacuates 162 Almajirai pg12; State of Emergency on Education Paying – Yobe Gov pg12; 10 Convicted for Violating Environmental Laws in Ekiti pg12; President Buhari, Oby Ezekwesili and the Kankara Schoolboys pg16; The Citizens and Nigeria’s Nation Building (I) pg16; Executing the 774,000 Jobs Scheme pg18; What Impeachment Means for Trump, Biden and America pg18; Data Prices Unchanged Despite 50% Reduction Claim pg20; FG Inaugurates Committee on Export Grant pg20; Fear Over AMCON’s Divestment from Arik, Aero pg21; Sigma Jolts Youths with Retirement Goals pg21;Flour Mill, Firm to Boost Pest Control Action pg21; ‘Customs Recovered N1.7bn Duty in 2020 pg21; Aspira, Sani Danja Promote Hygiene, Personal Care in Kano pg21; ‘N1.5tr Needed Yearly for Renewable Energy Access’pg22; Entrepreneurs Seek Resumption of Int’l Flights in Kano pg22; AfCFTA: FG Urged to Publicise Negotiated Trade Items pg22; Sasakawa Trains Farmers on Improved Practices pg22; How Clause in Finance Act Unsettles Local Auto Makers pg24; Vehicle Inspection Compulsory – Lagos VISpg 24; IVM Connect Debuts with Ride-Hailing pg24; My Vision is to Create Air-Condition Brand — Technician, Balogun pg25; Winners Emerge in Data Science Challenge pg25;Voyage School Records 100% Success in NECO Results pg25; Bayelsa Youths Seek for Jobs at Fresh Oil Fields pg25; Leverage on FG Empowerment Schemes, Youths Urged pg25; Taraba Monarch Calls for Deployment of More Security Operatives pg26; Foundation Pays Medical Bills of 9-Year-Old Orphan in Bauchi pg28; NEMA, Others Sensitize Gombe Motorists on Disaster Prevention pg28; Group Takes Campaign Against Social Vices to Criminals’ Den in Jos pg29; Artisans, Shop Owners Count Gains of Jos Polo Tournament pg29; Benue set to Vaccinate 1.2million Children Against Measles pg29; Court Remands Two Market Women for Conspiracy, Breach of Trust pg29; Participants Say FG’s Public Works Initiative Will Lift Them Out of Poverty pg30; Why I am Into Animated Comedy - Maiduguri’s Upcoming Artiste pg30; SEMA Partners WFP to Support Over 500,000 Households in 2021 pg30; Group Trains 243 Women on Skill Acquisition pg30; Impeachment: Trump Faces Senate Trial After Historic Second Charge pg31; Bad Debt: We Haven't Lost Our Sovereignty to China – Zambia pg31; Major Violations of International Law at Tigray Refugee Camps – UN pg31; Kogi Monarch Donates Outpost to NSCDC pg32; Address Our Erosion Problem, Ejinya Community Appeals to Government pg32; Kogi LG Boss Calls for Peace after 2 Die Over Land Dispute pg32; Covid-19: Katsina Health Workers Well Positioned to Tackle Impending Pandemic – Masari pg33; Katsina National Talent Hunt: Emirs of Katsina, Daura Pledge Support pg33; Alleged Invasion: Ogun Assembly Threatens Warrant of Arrest Against Monarch pg34; Oyo Secures N800 Million Loan For Water Projects pg34; Tenant Arraigned For Biting Off Landlord's Lip pg35; Suspected Cultists in Police Net Over Sabo Killings pg35; Imams across UK to Reassure Worshippers About COVID-19 Vaccines pg37; China Possibly Committed 'Genocide' Against Xinjiang Muslims - U.S. Commission pg37; Amapakabo Gets 3-Match Ultimatum to Revive Abia Warriors’ Fortunes 47; Messi to Earn £170,000 Per Week Bonus Till 2025 pg48;
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