Newspaper Headlines For Today, Tuesday, Sept 29

In our today’s newspaper headlines we will try to cover all areas which will revolve globally, do well to share with your friends.

Below are the headlines you need to read;

1. Nigeria records 136 new COVID-19 cases, total cases now 58,460

2. We have treated over 20,000 petitions in 20 years ― ICPC Chairman

3. N2.67bn school feeding fund: SERAP queries Sadiya Umar Farouq, asks her to publish names

4. Don’t lose faith in us, TUC begs Nigerians

5. No plans to scrap NNPC in PIB ― FG

6. N2.67bn school feeding fund: Sadiya Umar Farouq exonerates ministry

7. BBNaija 2020: Nengi reveals she really likes Laycon

8. Herdsmen Attack: Women protest destruction of their farmlands in Ebonyi

9. Police set up Task Force, enforce 2012 Lagos Traffic Rules

10. Facebook gets exemptions from Apple app store payments restrictions

11. Tennis: Serena digs deep to find way past Ahn into second round

12. We support relocation of IDPs in Borno – Army

13. PoS, mobile transactions decline, as experts blame banks

14. Osinbajo calls for overhaul of tax system

15. Flood: FG to build walls round River Kaduna

16. 2023: Anambra indigenes beg Orji Uzo Kalu to run for President

17. Lagos financially, economically viable — Govt

18. 36 states governors drag President Buhari to Supreme Court

19. Liverpool lay down Premier League marker in 3-1 Arsenal win

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20. Ronaldo double earns point for Juventus at Roma

21. Man City sign defender Ruben Dias from Benfica for 62m

22. More expected of Haaland than Lewandowski at Dortmund ― Kehl

23. Police arrest 4 in Ogun for unlawful possession of human skull

24. Bandits kill bike man, abduct Kaura council boss in Kaduna

26. Ebonyi local govts fix October to end female circumcision


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