Newspaper Headlines For Today, Friday, October 9

Thank God it is Friday, Brainnews is back with its daily newspaper headlines, today edition is packed with the trending and latest headlines.

Below are what you need to read;

1. Lawan, Gbajabiamila promise prompt action on budget

2. Anti-SARS protests spread to FCT, Kwara, Edo

3. Depressed economy will bounce back, says Buhari

4. Delta poly students protest N5,000 COVID-19 levy

5. APC Govs approve six-month maternity leave

6. Policeman killed in Delta #ENDSARS protest

7. INEC to PDP, Makinde: it’s our duty to appoint Returning Officer

8. #EndSARS protesters keep vigil at Lagos Assembly

9. Revvit and Renon Printing opens office in Lekki

10. Court discharges six UNIOSUN workers

11. Lagos charts new economic growth phase with Ehingbeti

12. Ondo Response Committee gives scorecard

13. WHO, NCDC: new rapid test kits need more evaluation

14. PTF expresses concerns over low testing rate

15. 60 die in Akwa Ibom community’s cult war

16. No pay for workers out of IPPIS, says Buhari

17. 1.4m voters to pick Ondo governor

18. No face mask, no voting, says PTF

19. Reps query lopsided agreement on airport concession

20. LASEMA confirms five dead in Lagos gas explosion

21. Siemens Energy to reduce emissions at NLNG plant

22. CBN’s $450m inflow to BDCs stabilise naira

23. Senate to debate PIB October 20

24. Lagos’ll sanction operators, says Sanwo-Olu

25. American ‘family’ poet Louise Gluck wins Nobel Prize for Literature

26. Enugu wins President’s teachers, schools excellence award

27. Onitsha river port revived after 42 years

28. Matawalle sad over death of NULGE President

29. UK backs digital literacy in 10 Northern states

30. Wase, AbdulRazaq, Bello, Abubakar congratulate Emir of Zazzau

31. Amaechi meets Niger Ambassador over Maradi rail line

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