Daily Trust, Wednesday 20th January, 2021

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12.3m subscribers await SIM linkage with NIN pg.5; Akeredolu’s quit order to herdsmen inflammatory – Presidency pg.5; 167 Nigerians lack access to hand washing facilities’ Pg.44; Controversy as Afenifere opts out of Yoruba summit pg.44; Lagos: ‘Demand for oxygen has risen from 70 to 350 cylinders daily’ Pg .14; Tears, woes of Bayelsa communities razed by rival militant gangs pg.3; Jonathan chairs 18th Daily Trust Dialogue tomorrow pg.4; N32bn property lost to fi re incidents in 2020-Fire Service CG pg.4; Again, FG allays fears over COVID-19 vaccines pg.4; Yobe enrols 65,000 out of school children pg.7; FG launches sale of farm inputs in Nasarawa pg.8; Traders count loses after Sokoto market inferno pg.8; Hisbah decry rising cases of domestic violence pg,8; We’ll not accept Fulani annihilation – CNG pg.9; COVID-19: Kano orders civil servants to stay at home, bans viewing, event centres pg.10; Ogun bans trucks from fl yovers as tanker fi re claims 3 pg,10; Gunmen abduct district head in Adamawa pg.10; Miyetti Allah alleges killing of 21 members pg10; Troops killed 2 bandits in Kagarko pg.10; 465 inmates studying criminology, security courses-FG pg.14; Importation of rice, poultry, others remains banned – NCS pg.14; Kukah and the perils of preaching politics pg.16; 365 days in offi ce in Imo State pg.17; Open letter to President Buhari on appointment of new VC for FU Wukari pg.17; My case against President Buhari for unfair treatment pg.18; Curtail excesses of Amotekun pg.18; ‘Cooking gas consumption reached 1m metric tonnes in 2020’ pg.22; Customs awaits trade import lists from AfCFTA committee pg,22; Downward trend continues as stocks lose N16bn pg.22; FIRS generated N4.9tr in 2020 pg.22; NSE to launch fi rst derivative product pg.23; Dana Air removes fees on fl ight changes pg.23; Sterling, Mercy Corps to train 90,000 rural farmers pg23; Emirates, Etihad test-run IATA Travel Pass pg.23; ‘Why Heirs Holdings acquired stakes in OML 17’ pg.23; Why industrialization process is slow — Minister pg.24; Youths trained on local tricycle production pg.24; COVID-19: CHI hopeful of economic rebound pg.24; FG restates support for MSMEs pg 24; One in four Britons say they resorted to DIY dentistry during lockdown, pulled out aching teeth with pliers pg.25; COVID-19: FCTA warns school heads against breach of protocols pg.28; Abaji chief appeals for bridge pg.28; Aduda commissions health, school projects pg.28; After Daily Trust report, work kicks off on Kuje road pg.28; #EndSARS: 3 charged with arson for burning police stationpg.29; Judicial panel: How police shot my brother to death – Petitioner pg.29; Youths foil robbery attack, recover gun, motorcycle pg.29; Katsina residents extol military onslaught on bandits pg.30; Residents want Birnin Gwari-Kaduna road, others reconstructed pg.30; KDSG strategises on building peace in Zangon Kataf pg30; Kano community where females relocate to have secondary education pg.31; NITDA DG donates cars to police, others in Hadejia LGA pg.31; Ijesha market fi re: Traders count losses pg.32; Farmers ask governors to support maize farming pg.32; US: Everything you need to know about Biden’s inauguration today pg.33; What you should know about Nigeria’s internet code of practice pg.34; Firm announces winners of data science hackathon challenge pg34; 2023: We’ll give Nigerians new political direction – NNM pg35; Controversy as Afenifere opts out of Yoruba summit pg.44; COVID-19: 11 health workers test positive in Taraba pg.44; FG targets 10m outof-school children for BESDA programme pg.45; Kukah: North Central Muslim group warns against inflammatory rhetoric pg46; Dare, NFF, Lumumba, others mourn ex-sports minister, Ka’oje pg..46;