Newspaper Headlines For Today, Tuesday, October 6

It is another Tuesday, so with that Brainnews will be unveiling the latest, trending and top newspaper headlines today just for you.

Below are the latest headlines:

1. Push for reforms if uncomfortable with laws, Buhari urges Nigerians

2. Igbo youths slam Secondus over Atiku candidacy

3. IGP ban of FSARS greatest relief ever – Govs

4. FG deploys 60,000 voluntary environmental health workers

5. Buhari approves new salary structure for teachers

6. Ekiti CAN condemns killing of cleric by gunmen

7. Police arrest 47-year-old fake lawyer in Ogun

8. Armed robbers beg for forgiveness while robbing priest

9. CP FSARS withdraws arms from officers

10. Tambuwal directs resumption of schools in batches from October 11

11. Trump returns to White House after COVID-19 treatment at military hospital

12. NCDC reports 120 new COVID-19 cases, total now 59, 465

13. Court remands three men over alleged exhumation of 10 corpses in Ekiti

14. FG, S’East govs, others hail Ugwuanyi’s support for FRSC academy

15. Ondo guber: National Peace Committee calls for peaceful poll

16. Ill-heath rumour, handiwork of mischief makers –Capt. Hosa

17. My deputy a betrayer – Akeredolu

18. Your vote ‘ll count, INEC assures electorate

19. Ondo guber: National Peace Committee calls for peaceful poll

20. Makinde, Obi drum up support for Jegede

21. Nigeria’s fiscal funding still under pressure – Analysts

22. NAICOM to digitise Nigeria insurance business

23. Heritage Bank celebrates 2020 Customer Serve Week with glamour

24. Glo Smart Learning Suite adds value to schools, students

25. Trade facilitation: Nigerian seaports, airports lose N20tr

26. Private schools teachers demand salary arrears, rescue packages from FG

27. Henry Olaoluwa Asubioj Emerges As The Best Teacher In Nigeria For 2020


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