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Here are the major headlines for Friday, November 29, 2019

The Nation

  • NAF air strikes destroy B’Haram gun trucks  1:40 PM
  • Two vigilante men crushed to death in Anambra  1:34 PM
  • JUST IN: Freddie Ljungberg named as Arsenal interim boss  1:30 PM
  • UK PM Johnson says Britain will leave EU by Jan. 31  12:49 PM
  • Owan West receives LG dev awards  12:34 PM
  • South Africa court rejects Zuma appeal to prevent corruption trial  12:24 PM
  • Trump makes surprise visit to Afghanistan, meets president  12:23 PM
  • Troops neutralise 13 Boko Haram, ISWAP terrorists in Borno  11:29 AM
  • BREAKING: Unai Emery sacked  11:23 AM
  • K-pop singer sentenced to six years in jail for rape, sharing sex videos  10:55 AM
  • Abiola’s ex-physician Ore Falomo laid to rest  10:17 AM
  • Council poll: PDP kicks as Ekiti govt says residents can vote with driver’s licence  10:11 AM
  • Chairmanship tussle: Ekiti monarchs polarised over litigation against Fayemi  10:02 AM
  • ‘We will prioritise workers’ welfare’  8:34 AM
  • Fasanmi hails Oyetola  8:26 AM
  • Ekiti to reintroduce state merit award  8:21 AM
  • Beyond smart card reader  7:58 AM
  • Group canvasses derivation fund  7:52 AM
  • Adamawa to recruit 2,000 teachers  7:46 AM
  • Nigerians search most for tricycle, others on Jumia  7:41 AM
  • Nigeria saves 30% of petrol use, says Customs CG  7:34 AM
  • Masari, Army to bandits: hand over weapons  7:33 AM
  • Sultan urges minister to decongest Abuja   7:28 AM
  • Trial of N6.9b ‘fraud’ charges against Fayose stalled  7:12 AM
  • Ex-Lagos deputy governor in celebration mood  7:07 AM
  • APC South-South caucus appoints Omo-Agege as leader  7:05 AM
  • Abdulrazaq visits road crash victims in hospital  7:03 AM
  • Yemi, Dolapo Osinbajo: 30 years of love  7:02 AM
  • How to boost productivity, by PZ Wilmar  7:00 AM
  • Babcock student is overall national best in Bar exams  6:56 AM
  • Kogi launches tetanus eradication campaign  6:49 AM
  • Two more women commissioners join Kaduna exco  6:44 AM
  • Appeal Court affirms Ortom’s election  6:34 AM
  • NAF neutralises insurgents in Borno  6:24 AM
  • Coast clear for VAT hike to 7.5 per cent  6:24 AM
  • N738m ‘fraud’: Another court grants Maina, ex-aide bail  6:19 AM
  • Govt saved N16.8b in one year from ICT-funded projects, says Buhari  6:12 AM
  • Nigeria to overturn P&ID’s $9.6b judgment debt  6:01 AM
  • Six dead, 52 injured in Lagos gas explosion  5:58 AM
  • EFCC opposes Briton’s plea for bail variation  5:52 AM
  • We don’t need National Conference to tackle Nigeria’s challenges, says El-Rufai  5:50 AM
  • Nigeria’s economy on upward swing, says Buhari  5:44 AM
  • INEC distributes election materials for Kogi West poll  5:42 AM
  • Buhari for gas summit in Malabo  5:38 AM
  • PDP: INEC shifting blame for its failure  5:34 AM
  • INEC ‘to strengthen’ law on Smart Card Reader’  5:31 AM
  • ‘Earnings from petroleum not enough to tackle our challenges’  5:28 AM
  • APC to expel member who filed third term suit  5:25 AM
  • Bonga Oil Field: EFCC moves to seize $24m  5:24 AM
  • Alleged N9.7b fraud: Prosecution closes case against ex-AVM Dikko  5:23 AM
  • Investment experts eye pension funds $500b for projects  5:20 AM
  • Extant laws will tackle hate speech, says NGE  5:18 AM
  • NDDC board: Senate draws battle line with Presidency  5:11 AM
  • Efforts to recover N20tr not for personal gain, says Malami  5:07 AM
  • My wife brings lover into our bedroom, man tells court  4:00 AM
  • Family seeks support for raped teen  3:40 AM
  • 62,000 orphans, caregivers, benefit from project  3:30 AM
  • N20m drugs impounded in Kano  3:20 AM
  • Lagos declares war on traffic offenders  3:10 AM
  • LASUTH signs MoU on oxygen production  3:00 AM
  • Nigerians in Canada donate hospital equipment  2:40 AM
  • Ogwashi-Uku chief sues IG  2:30 AM
  • Fake police officer held for kidnapping in Abia  2:20 AM
  • Army arrests ‘fake soldier’ in Enugu  2:10 AM
  • Unfavourable labour policies and workers’ rights  2:08 AM
  • Fed Govt, WHO to reduce prevalence of Noma  2:04 AM
  • Alleged $7m fraud: Lebanese, Nigerian accomplice remanded  2:00 AM
  • AHAPN lauds NAFDAC on fight against fake drugs  1:56 AM
  • Lagos steps up fight against HIV/AIDS  1:52 AM
  • Inspiring a new generation of African entrepreneurs  1:28 AM
  • Hate Speech: Death or jail term’ll be an overkill – NAN Board Chairman  1:02 AM
  • Assessing PMB’s anti-corruption fight  1:00 AM
  • Govt to rid Outer Marina of street traders  12:50 AM
  • An ill omen for our democracy  12:48 AM
  • Police arrest 39 ‘bandits’ in Kaduna  12:42 AM
  • DMO strategises to meet goals  12:35 AM
  • Honesty pays  12:28 AM
  • UniAbuja urged to run Post-graduate degree in Commonwealth Youth Programmes  12:24 AM
  • Abuja becomes Olympic city  12:20 AM
  • Abuja pharmacists’ N2b sacrifice  12:16 AM
  • ‘We hate to beg but we can’t help it’  12:12 AM
  • A new roadmap for health care in Edo  12:08 AM
  • Ensuring inclusive education for blind students  12:04 AM
  • Bizarre tales from IDP camps (2)  12:00 AM
  • Fayose’s trial in alleged N6.9bn fraud stalled

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

The Guardian

  • Arsenal sack Unai Emery
  • Buhari seeks $29.6b loan, says oil earnings not enough
  • Senate vows to recognise only new NDDC board
  • AFN congress remains adjourned, Vice President George insists
  • Trump visits troops in Afghanistan, says Taliban talks back on
  • NDLEA arraigns man for allegedly peddling 967.9kg marijuana
  • South Africa court rejects Zuma appeal to prevent corruption trial
  • NAF jet destroys insurgents gun trucks at Borgozo in Borno
  • Three men jailed for Australia Christmas terror plot
  • Colombia protest leaders push Duque on dialogue
  • Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101
  • Silva and Pellegrini fight for Premier League survival after Arsenal sack Emery
  • Arsenal appoints Ljungberg as interim manager
  • Liverpool fret over Fabinho injury as fixture pile-up looms
  • FIFA’s Infantino eyes African league, billion dollar spend on stadia
  • Emery reaches breaking point as Arsenal crash in Europa League
  • Okowa lauds sponsors as School of Commerce wins Zenith/Delta Principals’ Cup
  • Lion in a Lagos private residence
  • On ‘mad men’ in our cities – Part II
  • 8 hours ago         Friday Worship
  • ‘Governance, policy choices key to Africa’s development’
  • Governance, controversy over Ayade’s return to school
  • Federal Government urged to clear stranded legitimate cargoes at borders
  • Telcos claim N15tr contribution to economy, demand protection
  • NPA renews commitment with PoA to enhance ports’ capacity
  • Reekado Banks Releases Colorful Video For New Single “Put In Pressure”
  • Kanye West Releases “Closed On Sunday” Music Video
  • YouTube Celebrates Afrobeats With Teni, Simi, Reekado Banks And Kizz Daniel
  • A rosary for Tam David West
  • Two children die, 23 others injured in Lagos gas explosion

(www.guardian.ng)

Punch

  • Appeal court judgement: Let’s move Plateau forward, Lalong tells Useni
  • Cholera outbreak: Ogun death toll now five
  • NDLEA arraigns man for allegedly peddling 967.9kg marijuana
  • Adamawa recruits 2,000 teachers
  • Why 8th Senate rejected Buhari’s $29.96bn loan request – Shehu Sani
  • JUST IN: Supreme Court dethrones first-class Oyo monarch, Eleruwa
  • Man sentenced to 10 years for attempted murder of businessman
  • BREAKING: Appeal Court dismisses APC’s appeal, affirms Bauchi governor’s election
  • Britain will leave EU by Jan. 31, says UK PM Johnson
  • BREAKING: Court orders reinstatement of sacked FUOYE lecturer
  • CAN kicks against social media, hate speech bills
  • Singer sentenced to six years in jail for rape, sharing videos
  • Appeal Court affirms Lalong’s victory
  • VIDEO: Buhari’s refusal to offer Tinubu’s wife a handshake stirs Twitter debate
  • Amazon workers strike on ‘Black Friday’
  • Man arrested while robbing commuters on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway
  • Man, 51, rapes 13-year-old stepdaughter in Delta
  • Seven die, scores injured in Lagos gas explosion
  • Nine-year-old girl allegedly commits suicide in Benue
  • Four months after, abducted Kaduna lecturer’s fate unknown
  • Artiste, manager accuse Shoprite of intellectual property theft
  • Group faults FCT Administration on tricycle restriction
  • Court convicts firm, jails two in Niger
  • NOA urges Gombe to domesticate Child Rights Act
  • Appeal Court affirms Lalong’s victory
  • APC disowns suit seeking third term for Buhari
  • Card reader: PDP knocks INEC, seeks Yakubu’s resignation
  • Be pragmatic in choosing leaders, el-Rufai tells Nigerians
  • Appeal court affirms Ortom’s election
  • Ihedioha okays six road projects
  • Reps demand gas inclusion in petroleum sharing contract …probe IOCs over labour laws abuse
  • 8.8 million workers have pension accounts –PenCom
  • Labour oppose plan to stop NIPOST collecting stamp duties
  • FG deducts N35.51bn from states’ allocations as bail-out
  • Senate demands oil sector computerisation
  • AfDB approves $210m for Nigeria’s power transmission projects

(www.punchng.com)

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