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Here are the major headlines for Friday, August 24, 2018

The Guardian

  • Agribusiness can stem tide of migration in Nigeria, others, says FAO
  • Ship ‘carrying weapons to Nigeria detained in South Africa’
  • Telecoms fortune dips as bill lingers for decade at National Assembly
  • ALTON fights back as OTT soars, erodes revenue
  • John Obi Mikel withdraws from Super Eagles’ AFCON qualifier
  • Police nab 3 over alleged rail tracks vandalism
  • FG inaugurates reconstructed Maska Earth Dam
  • Interesting Films to Watch Out For This Weekend
  • Nigeria’s oil exports to hit four-month high in October
  • Don’t heat up polity, Arewa youths tell Miyetti Allah
  • Group seeks increased voter education for women, laments poor awareness
  • Ancelotti set for emotional Napoli home debut against old club AC Milan
  • D’Tigress’ Lagos camp bubbles, last batch arrives today
  • Teams predict negative outcome for compressed NPFL timetable
  • ‘Wilfred Ndidi’s sudden rise scary’
  • We need more Aruna Quadris
  • Delta gears up for title defence at 2018 National Youth Games
  • Nigeria’s oil export earnings decline 21% amid rising prices
  • Privatisation Council appoints transaction advisers for BPE
  • Dangote Cement, GTB, others lead stock market’s N198b gain
  • Eight Things To Know About UEFA President Award Winner David Beckham
  • Substance abuse, illicit drugs, youth and society
  • Nigeria returning to a state of nature
  • One foot in the door? Hopefully
  • Journalist craves fresh legislative style in Akwa Ibom
  • Seven years after, Imo holds council polls
  • Flipside of Senate Presidency, the challenge of progression

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Vanguard

  • CLO wants US, UK, EU to revoke Oshiomhole, Akpabio, Omo-Agege’s visas
  • Third Mainland bridge closure: Tankers, trucks take over alternative routes
  • Saraki : Call Miyetti Allah leadership to order — Middle Belt Forum, PDP BoT chair
  • Keyamo : Since 1960, no government has touched lives of the poor like Buhari’s
  • Awujale threatens to curse politicians, supporters at Ojude-Oba festival
  • Bombings: Stop chasing shadows, Osuntokun replies presidency
  • Illegal detention: Court orders Buratai to pay N11m to 11 Gombe indigenes
  • Those for unity of Nigeria more than those against it – Presidency
  • Ufuoma McDermott’s Comedy Movie, ‘What Just Happened’, To Hit Cinemas In September
  • Kofi Annan : A Measure Of A Man
  • Violence In Rivers Elections Introduced By My Generation – Wali
  • Okowa’s Campaign Group Honours Tuodolo
  • ERA To FG: Remove Import Tariffs, VAT On Energy Products
  • Delta Assembly Amends DESOPADEC Bill
  • Account Officer Accused Of N2.8m Theft
  • Shuttle Shrinks AIO Computer Down To Tablet Size
  • BNC Condemns Protest Against Obaseki In Edo Central
  • 13,000 Households To Benefit From CCT Funds In Adamawa
  • Aspirant Promise Empowerment Programmee To Transform Lives In Ondo
  • Why Emmanuel Deserves 2nd Term, By Nkanga, Luke
  • 7 Sentenced To Death For Killing An US-Based Businessman
  • 2019: NMA Tasks Politicians, Security Agents On Fair Play
  • Makurdi Varsity Shut, As Students Protest Colleague’s Death
  • Okpella Holds Unity’ Peace Confab
  • FRC Creates Incentives For Whistle-Blowers In Private Sector
  • Businessman Wants To Buy Presidential Plane For $99M
  • Sessions Bites Back As Trump Says Impeachment Would Sink Economy

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

The Nation

  • Police nab three over rail tracks vandalism in Enugu
  • New Australian PM promises to unite ‘battered’ party
  • Photos: Seal visits Femi Kuti’s Afrika Shrine
  • Nigeria-bound ship with arms held in South Africa
  • Banks suspend BDCs’ accounts over taxes
  • Opposition cannot distract us, says Buhari
  • APC disowns timetable for primaries
  • Ajimobi, Alaafin, Ayefele to resolve face-off over Music House demolition
  • S. import of Nigeria crude in record fall
  • Iwobi Plays Guitar in New DStv Compact Bouquet Campaign
  • In Pictures/ Arsene Wenger in Liberia
  • Liberians divided on Arsene Wenger honour
  • Premier Cool 5-A-side Football Tournament gets underway
  • Decision to leave Real Madrid was “easy’’ – Ronaldo
  • Eagles set for first match after World Cup ouster
  • Mikel pulls out of Sept.7 Seychelles tie
  • ‘How to ensure standard in engineering education, other disciplines’
  • Delta Assembly amends DESOPADEC law
  • Southeast rejects proposed Python Dance 3
  • Sultan to Nigerians: choose your leaders wisely
  • CIBN chief asks banks to deepen digital banking operations
  • Aisha Buhari donates to women in Daura
  • Ambode embraces Kembe fashion
  • Duncan Mighty dispels wife beating allegations
  • Discomfort Creative Agency hosts 100 CEOs
  • 2019: Edo APC battling with defection
  • CBN unveils new guidelines for credit to agric, manufacturing
  • Ojude-Oba: Saraki preaches unity of Nigerians

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Punch

  • PHOTOS: British singer, Seal visits Femi Kuti at New Afrika Shrine
  • Two dead, 68 ill from West Nile virus outbreak
  • Wenger gets hero’s welcome in Liberia
  • VIDEOS: Falz meets American rapper, Diddy
  • Police arrest three over alleged rail tracks vandalism in Enugu
  • Investors gain N198bn as 11 stocks appreciate
  • A new hymn on tackling corruption
  • Culture asserts itself as Ojude Oba holds with fanfare
  • Ferguson scolded me for many stepovers – Ronaldo
  • Henry fever grips France amid Bordeaux links
  • Nigerian crude exports set for four-month high
  • Businessman laments neglect by LAGBUS after accident
  • Indonesian earthquake death toll reaches 555
  • Hurricane Lane pummels Hawaii with torrential rain
  • Man who owed ex-wife $10,000 pays her in coins
  • Police arrest three over alleged rail tracks vandalism in Enugu
  • Businessman laments neglect by LAGBUS after accident
  • Robbery suspects in army uniform escape from police custody
  • Fashion designer arraigned for cultism, unlawful possession of arms
  • Power-drunk Lagos DPO leads team to mosque, raid adherents, others • We paid N30,000 for bail – Residents
  • Priest nabbed for death of woman accused of witchcraft
  • Niger pilgrim returns N400,000 found in Saudi toilet
  • Suspected cops killers gunned down in Kaduna
  • Three commuters burnt to death along Lokoja highway
  • Osun poll: Lawmaker representing Akande’s constituency defects to PDP
  • INEC budget: National Assembly joint committee to resume deliberations on Monday
  • Opposition can’t fault my efforts at solving Nigeria’s problems – Buhari
  • Labour Party backs Buhari, promises 16 million votes
  • Your 2019 ambitions distracting us, PDP Reps tell warring APC groups
  • I’m optimistic APC’ll win Osun gov poll –Aregbesola

(www.punchng.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Shareholder Appeals High Court Judgment on Eko Hospital Ownership Dispute
  • The Impeachment Hammer Dangling Over Trump
  • Abacha Loot: Cable Foundation Sends FoI Request to Adeosun on N7bn…
  • Buhari Rallies Base for 2019 Titanic Battle
  • Arise TV Goes Live in Europe
  • CBN Prohibits Trading, Loan Refinancing in New Credit Scheme
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  • House PDP Group Kicks against Alleged Plot to Impeach Dogara
  • PDP BoT Condemns Call for Saraki’s Resignation
  • Tinubu: Three Years Not Enough to Reshape Nigeria
  • South Africa Detains Russian Ship Allegedly Bringing Weapons to Lagos
  • Presidency Berates Chieftain of CNM over Claim of Sallah Day Bombing
  • Ekiti Workers Embark on Indefinite Strike
  • Third Mainland Bridge Closure: FRSC, LASTMA Assure Free Flow of Traffic
  • South-east Govs Inaugurate Committee on Health
  • MRA, KICTANet Launch AU Guide for Human Rights Defenders
  • Nigerian Women, Youths are Most Neglected, Says Aspirant
  • Dickson to Establish Cancer Centre in Honour of Late Mother
  • NAPTIP: Human Traffickers Must Be Treated as Terrorists
  • Election Monitoring Groups Urge N’Assembly to Pass INEC Budget
  • Law School Class of 85 to Honour Varsity VC, Monarch, Others…
  • MMIA: Halogen Rewards Guards for Exemplary Act
  • FAO to Install 100 FFS in Northeast, seeks USD 18 million…
  • Three People Burnt to Death in Kogi Auto Crash
  • Bayelsa LG Boss: How I Escaped Assassination Attempt by Thugs
  • Don’t Judge Other Lawmakers Using My Achievements, Amaechi’s In-law Tells Constituents
  • Group Decries Increasing Rate of Kidnapping, Armed Robbery in Taraba
  • CBN Unveils Guidelines for Long-term Credit to Agric, Manufacturing Sectors
  • Eight Firms Scaled through Bidding Process as FG Flags off Nationwide…
  • Nigerian Pilgrim Returns Lost but Found Money in Saudi Arabia
  • Buhari: Defectors and Their Sponsors Can’t Distract Me
  • House PDP Group Warns APC Caucus against Impeding Legislative Activities
  • My Impeachment will Damage Economy, Says Trump
  • Be Good Ambassadors of your Families, Wamakko Urges NYSC Members
  • FAO to Install 100 FFS in N’east to Boost Agriculture
  • Youths Protest Death of Ebonyi APC LG Chairman
  • Trump Accused of Seeking to Sow Division among S’Africans
  • Resolving Port Costs and Port Charges
  • FG, ECOWAS to Review Flight Charges
  • Freight Levy Review Lifts Nigeria’s Cargo Volume by 31.2%
  • Wema Bank Launches Hospital Management Solution
  • Facility Managers Seeks Capacity Building
  • Investing in Cassava Farming, Processing Plants
  • Firms Partner on Digital Marketing

(www.thisdaylive.com)

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