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Here are the major headlines for Monday, April 15, 2019

The Nation

  • Breaking: CCT to deliver judgment in Onnoghen’s trial Thursday 
  • Ogoni Clean-up: Paramount ruler urges FG to mobilise contractors 
  • Aviation unions suspend picketing of Caverton Helicopters
  • AFCON 2019: ‘Super Eagles will do better than previous outing’
  • Breaking: Again, court orders Jay Jay Okocha’s arrest for tax evasion
  • Don urges Nigerians to support Buhari
  • Easter: FRSC advises motorists
  • 9th Assembly: APC clears Lawan, others to consult PDP colleagues
  • No room for negotiation with bandits – Zamfara CP
  • Chibok girls are abandoned, says #BBOG 
  • Burna Boy makes unforgettable Coachella debut
  • Nigeria, Cameroon troops eliminate 27 terrorists
  • North under threats of bandits, say Northern elders
  • FRSC: driving against traffic on Lagos-Ibadan highway to attract psychiatric test
  • Long fuel queues amid IMF’s call for subsidy removal
  • Troops kill 27 Boko Haram terrorists, recover arms, ammunition
  • Falana, Jukuns raise alarm over unreported killings in Taraba
  • Epic Masters victory: Tiger Woods completes miracle comeback
  • Govt, World Bank discuss $1b power sector loan
  • Revealed: 23 Nigerians on death row
  • Outcry as police arrest five officers for killing woman
  • Electricity cable, transformer theft to attract 10-year jail term
  • Lagos Exchange to trade on forex
  • Palm Sunday: Clerics counsel Christians on love, unity
  • ‘APC governors, others endorse Lawan, Gbajabiamila’
  • Petrol Scarcity: NSCDC warns oil marketers in Ekiti
  • Abe: my 2019 governorship ambition has ended
  • Three arrested for allegedly kidnapping Channels TV’s reporter
  • NUPENG, PENGASSAN to FG: shun counsel on removal of fuel subsidy

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • Woods climbs to world no. 6, Johnson retakes top spot
  • Sudan leaders face pressure for transfer to civilian rule
  • No more guinea worm in Nigeria, otherwise, report one, get paid —Scientist
  • BREAKING: Seven soldiers, 63 jihadists killed in Boko Haram attack
  • [BREAKING]‎ Onnoghen: Disagreement breaks out in prosecution’s camp
  • WAEC certificate: Nigerians react to Keyamo’s statement
  • Sanchez in surprise contention for Barcelona clash
  • AFCON 2019: Super Eagles will do better, says Adepoju
  • Poverty can alter a child’s brain —Study
  • Game of Thrones fans fired up for final season
  • You don’t need WAEC certificate to become president or governor —Keyamo
  • Quarter-final curse looms as Barca and Messi look to set record straight
  • Burna Boy makes unforgettable Coachella debut
  • Nigeria, Cameroon troops eliminate 27 terrorists
  • PH refinery repair, another misadventure
  • Cultists on the rampage in Lagos, behead two, kill three others
  • Septuagenarian, Ambode’s commissioner battle for choice land
  • VIDEO: She was not a criminal and they shot her, her blood will revenge – Mother of 20-year-old lady killed by police in Ajegunle
  • Worker’s car stolen on National Assembly premises
  • Police nab suspected fake lawyer in Osun
  • Man arraigned for allegedly defrauding another of N3.38m

(www.punchng.com)

Guardian

  • No plan to remove fuel subsidy now, FG insists
  • Govs Ortom, Ishaku abroad as Taraba, Benue burn
  • Banks’ soaring profits and customers’ losses, ignorance
  • 17 more detained over China blast that killed 78
  • Eagles will not underrate any opponent in Egypt, says Amapakabo
  • Bagudu urges customers to pay KEDCO for 24-hour power supply
  • Sudan protest leaders report attempt to disperse sit-in
  • Malaysia ex-PM Najib’s 1MDB graft trial resumes
  • Macron to set out fix for ‘yellow vest’ anger
  • Jigawa government targets 155,395 persons for Trachoma treatment
  • Nuclear fuel removed from crippled Japan plant
  • AFCON 2019: Super Eagles will do better than previous outing, says Adepoju
  • Quarter-final curse looms as Barca and Messi look to set record straight
  • Sunk cost of Sanchez holding Man Utd back
  • Juventus’ old guard bidding to finish job against Ajax kids
  • Klopp lauds Salah as Liverpool down Chelsea and eye holy grail
  • PSG title party delayed again after historic thumping at Lille
  • Review status of under-performing parties
  • Want to live longer? Move more, lift weights
  • Internal crisis threatens APC’s victory in Zamfara
  • Echoes of demand for restructuring at ARG retreat in Ekiti
  • Odumakin: Many who benefitted from Afenifere were opportunists
  • Genevieve Nnaji Celebrates With Israel Adesanya On Winning UFC Middleweight Interim Belt
  • Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde Calls Out Buhari-Osinabjo Administration
  • Drake Follows Niniola On Instagram, Requests For Her Song on Radio

(www.guardian.ng)

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