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Here are the major headlines for Friday, September 14, 2018

The Nation

  • Mourinho deserves respect for being ‘real’ – Lukaku
  • 12 states may experience flooding 2018 – NIHSA
  • WAFU: Nigeria Focus to Win Ghana in Final
  • IPOB: Sit-at-home fails in Enugu
  • NEMA receives 9,822 stranded Nigerians in 18 months
  • 2019: Don’t run to avoid defeat, APC tells Dogara
  • Air Peace orders 10 737 MAX planes from Boeing
  • ABUAD’s 43 pioneer doctors inducted
  • Osun Govt settles debts to workers with N19.6b
  • World leaders bid farewell to ex-UN chief Annan
  • Yusuf Magaji Bichi named DSS boss
  • Deaths, destruction as floods ravage states
  • Ado-Ekiti indigenes protest Fayose’s sale of Oba’s market
  • NIS seizes 436 voter cards, 192 National ID slips from foreigners
  • Floods kill 19 in Adamawa, Gombe
  • WAFU: Nigeria Focus to Win Ghana in Final
  • WAFU: Nigeria survive protest at Niger Republic
  • Impressive Liverpool seek Wembley redemption
  • Nissan signs rising tennis star Osaka as brand ambassador
  • Osun wins three gold in weightlifting
  • Rohr dismisses ‘Mikel retiring’ talks
  • AMVCA 2018: When south meets west on Africa’s biggest stage
  • Adisa Afis, Nollywood upcoming star dreams big
  • Maristella Okpala emerges Miss Earth
  • Battle for Akwa Ibom State House
  • Lagos lawmaker wants Senate seat after 16 years in state assembly
  • Atiku raises alarm over alleged threat to life

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

The Guardian

  • Outrage as Buhari removes DSS chief
  • Regulators equivocate on kerosene importation, as scarcity worsens
  • Southeast in dilemma amid APC, PDP supremacy battles
  • PDP, APC squabble over president’s sole candidature
  • D’Tigress upbeat as Buhari charges team to compete fairly
  • 28 ships expected at Lagos ports with petrol, others
  • South Korea launches its first missile-capable submarine
  • National survey on flood
  • Enugu residents defy IPOB’s Sit-At-Home order, go about normal activities
  • Man drives car into crowd in southern France, wounding two
  • NEMA receives 9,822 stranded Nigerians in 18 months
  • Enyimba rusty and goal shy ahead of CAF Cup showdown
  • Play Usain Bolt in defence, says Spain’s World Cup-winning coach
  • About that Joe Erico’s naked hex
  • School Cycling Challenge holds on September 20
  • Notore explains decision to invest in Georgia Oboh’s career
  • Edo’s focus is on Sports Festival, not Youth Games, says Obaseki
  • FOCAC Beijing summit, a new milestone in China-Africa relations
  • ‘Why Nigerian travel, tourism sector lag behind’
  • Resetting power port-privatisation market
  • Unlocking the mining potentials in Nigeria
  • Fake news and media integrity
  • Buhari and the moral burden of leadership
  • Election offers golden opportunity for a fresh start
  • ‘Vote buying not good for democracy’
  • Labour Party rejects Mimiko as ex-governor declares for presidency
  • Paga to further accelerate growth with $10m series B2 investment
  • Yahsat partners Hughes networks to extend internet services in Africa
  • Stakeholders rue poor IT services at mobile money, banking agents’ locations
  • NDLEA inducts celebrities, journalists as ambassadors
  • Major Lazer’s 17-Track Mixtape Features Davido, Niniola, Skales, Sauti Sol

(www.guardian.ng)       

 

ThisDay

  • Japanese Ambassador: We Have Confidence in the Police
  • Stakeholders Meet in Abuja on ECOWAS Single Currency, Others
  • Ngige Meets Buhari Friday over Minimum Wage Crisis
  • Senate Decries Delay in Release of Funds to Amnesty Office
  • Lagos Governorship Race Intrigues Deepen, Tinubu Weighs Options, Meets Buhari over…
  • PDP: With Buhari as APC Candidate, Our Victory is Assured
  • Nigeria’s Bonds Still Attractive Despite Emerging Markets Turmoil
  • Nigeria’s Airspace is Safe, Secure, FG Assures
  • Again, Bandits Kill 11 in Zamfara
  • Court Orders FG to Pay Journalist, Abiri N10m over Unlawful Detention
  • Court Halts Insurance Sector Recapitalisation
  • Damasak Attack: NAF Fighter Jets in Overnight Bombardment of Boko Haram’s…
  • Court Orders WAEC to Produce Adeleke’s Result
  • APC Says Dogara’s Defection Not Surprising
  • Nigeria Loses $2bn Yearly Due to Poor Healthcare
  • World Bank Approves 65 Community Projects for Kogi
  • Masari: Katsina Will Deliver 2.5m Votes to Buhari in 2019
  • Ado Indigenes Protest against Fayose’s Sale of Oba’s Market
  • Amaechi is a Traitor to His People, Says Omokri
  • FG’s Disbursement of Collateral-free Loan Excites Abuja Traders
  • Hinders Local Inventors from Protecting their Intellectual Property
  • Bandits Kill 11 in Zamfara
  • Single Currency: No Member-Country Met Convergence Criteria, Says WAMI
  • Three Adamawa Journalists Petition IG over Threat to Their Lives
  • Wike Set to Meet Shell, NPA, Others over Relocation of SNEPCo…
  • Flood Submerges 100 Communities in Niger
  • Enugu Govt Explains Delay in Road Maintenance
  • Dickson, Amosun Seek Nigeria’s Unity Beyond Party Lines
  • WAMZ Elects Emefiele as Chairman
  • Nasarawa Gas Explosion: NLPGA Seeks Greater Enforcement of Standards

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Punch

  • DSS: Nigerians decry appointment of Yusuf Bichi
  • Mourinho deserves respect for being ‘real’ –Lukaku
  • Zimbabwe opposition calls off mock presidential inauguration
  • Ronaldo chases first Juve goal before Champions League return to Spain
  • US concerned about currency swaps between Africa, China
  • Kante backs Loftus-Cheek to shine at Chelsea
  • Colombian zoo celebrates birth of endangered spider monkey
  • Amazon boss calls Trumps attacks on media ‘dangerous’
  • [ICYMI] 2019: Atiku alleges threat to life, petitions Buhari
  • US sanctions to remain until Zimbabwe demonstrates reforms
  • How defence ministry misspent N35bn loan on substandard military equipment – Presidential report
  • Serena cartoon fuels debate about ‘racist’ Australia
  • DSS: Bichi’s appointment exposes Buhari’s rabid nepotism – Southern, Middle-Belt leaders
  • Enugu residents defy IPOB’s sit-at-home order, go about normal activities
  • Wrestler shattered as he discovers he’s not 14-year-old son’s biological father
  • Enugu residents defy IPOB’s sit-at-home order, go about normal activities
  • Hoodlums seize corpse in Imo, demand N5m ransom
  • I use charms to steal motorcycles – Suspect
  • Engineer tackles Redeemed Church over property
  • Alfa asked me to bring human heart, hands for money ritual – Suspect
  • Kidnapping is a deadly game of chance – Suspect
  • Army kills 10 suspected kidnappers, bandits
  • APC govt has turned Osun people to beggars –AD candidate
  • No rift between Obasanjo and me —Atiku
  • NLC kicks as Mimiko picks LP presidential nomination form
  • Vote-buying: Oshiomhole’s aide attacks Jonathan
  • My people will vote for me –Dogara
  • I remained a party loyalist without appointment for seven years —Osinbajo
  • No govt in Osun since Oyinlola left in 2010 –Ladoja
  • APC doomed with Buhari as sole candidate, says PDP

(www.punchng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Southern, M- Belt leaders reject appointment of Bichi as new DSS D-G
  • Uncertainty pervades S-East over IPOB’s sit-at-home
  • Sanwo-Olu sets up 21-man campaign team
  • 2 men kidnap corpse for N5m ransom in Imo
  • Emefiele cautions against rush into W-African common currency
  • Dogara, a confused paperweight, says APC
  • Omo-Agege asks court to send Saraki to prison for contempt
  • Domestic debts of 36 states, FCT hit N3.5trn in H1’18
  • Stop Buhari From Addressing 73rd General Assembly, Frank Writes UN
  • Shops Locked Down, Roads Deserted As S/East Complies With IPOB’s Sit At Home Order
  • Sit-At-Home Order: Activities In Swing In Enugu
  • Photos: Some Deserted Roads In Enugu
  • Zimbabwe Has Not Changed, Sanctions Will Remain – U.S.
  • Hurricane Florence Attacks North Carolina Coastline
  • Photos: Entry, Exit Of Niger Bridge Onitsha Deserted
  • Mother Of 5 Killed In U.S. Car Crash As Police Chase Thief
  • Nigeria Seating On Population Time Bomb, Unless… – Osinbajo
  • Nigerians Have Now Almost Completely Lost Their Sense – Mimiko
  • Mom Surrenders Son Involved In Robbery To Police
  • Lokoja/Kogi PDP Stakeholders Reject Automatic Ticket For Dino Melaye
  • Angry Residents Shut Down Katsina LG Secretariat, Protest Release Of Suspected Kidnappers
  • Southern, M- Belt Leaders Reject Appointment Of Bichi As New DSS D-G
  • Minimum Wage: We’ll Arrive At Definite Figure Soon —FG
  • Dogara Denies Defecting To PDP, Says He’s Still Consulting
  • MASSOB, BIM Mark 19th Anniversary Amidst Tight Security
  • Illegal Detention: National Security Must Be Subject To Rule Of Law—Court
  • Flood Sacks Delta Community
  • Hijrah: Chief Imam Of Lagos, Baba Adinni Congratulate Muslims

(www.vanguardngr.com)

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