AllNews Nigeria brings you top news compilations and roundup of the top Nigerian newspaper headlines online for today, Monday, July 6th, 2020.
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Sunday announced 544 new cases of COVID-19 in the country.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that it would discontinue the use of hydroxychloroquine at the recommendation of the Solidarity Trial’s International Steering Committee.
The Chairman of the Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), Nasarawa State Chapter, Bulus Peter, has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
The Federal Government has evacuated 109 Nigerians stranded in India due to the coronavirus pandemic, as disclosed by the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NiDCOM) on Twitter.
Ondo state deputy governor, Agbola Ajayi, has described Governor Rotimi Akeredolu's refusal to hand over the governance of the state to him while the latter battles COVID-19 as an "absolute disregard for our nation's supreme document".
Nnamdi Kanu, a Nigerian Biafra political activist and leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has said to "those that traduce us" that the defunct state of Biafra is "an eternal identity", AllNews reports.
The United States Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin, has reacted to the African Development Bank (AfDB) decision to probe the investigation of the ethics committee on allegations made against the AfDB President, Akinwumi Adesina. The board of governors had concluded that the probe should be reexamined before Adesina can be cleared.
Some photos shared online show Nollywood stars Lateef Adedimeji and Bimpe Oyebade tie the knot while in a gorgeous wedding outfit.
Nigerian singer, D'banj, has vowed to support rape victims from the N1.5 billion he is demanding from his accuser Seyitan Babatayo.
Top-notch American rapper, Kanye West, has declared that his 2020 vision is to run for the president of the United States.
These are the top Nigerian newspaper headlines this morning. Visit our website www.allnews.ng for more latest news in Nigeria and around the world.