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Here are the major headlines for Monday, August 12, 2019

The Guardian

  • Eight killed in Nigeria jihadist attacks, say military
  • Spare nobody in fight against hate speech, sultan tells government
  • FRSC cautions motorists as crash kills 22 in Bauchi
  • Nigeria’s failing economy takes its toll on industrial estates
  • Man United bash Chelsea 4-0 on Lampard’s managerial debut
  • Portuguese police escort fuel trucks as strike begins
  • Yemen separatists say ready for talks after Aden ‘coup’
  • Rehabilitation in Port Harcourt refinery still ongoing, says NNPC
  • South Africans not responsible for death of Nigerians – Official
  • One million moved into camps, 184 dead in India monsoon floods
  • Hong Kong’s airport shut down after thousands protest
  • Azpilicueta defends Chelsea youngsters after Mourinho jibes
  • Barcelona goalkeeper Neto to undergo surgery on wrist injury
  • Osaka returns to number one in WTA rankings
  • Nadal stays at number two as Djokovic rules rankings
  • Quadri, Russia’s Polina win ITTF Challenge Plus Nigeria Open
  • Ruiz’s purse demand threatens Saudi Arabia showdown with Joshua
  • Eid-el-Kabir: The classical lessons
  • I will soon appoint credible, intelligent, resourceful cabinet, says Abiodun
  • ‘No Nigerian political party shows clemency to women in politics’
  • How global rate cut push is supporting credit in Nigeria
  • FMDQ gets SEC approval to become full-fledged securities exchange
  • Building a cohesive team
  • Lekki Strippers: We Will Make Tekno A Scapegoat – FG
  • Taylor SwiftWatch: Fans Go Wild To Drunk Taylor Swift Lip Syncing
  • Buharification of Nigeria – Part 1
  • Nigeria’s youth and the ministerial nominees
  • Engaging artificial boundaries

(www.guardian.ng)

Punch

  • Brain drain: FG mulls introduction of scarce skills allowance
  • Twitter verifies Osinbajo’s handle after hacking attempt
  • Father rapes, impregnates 18-year-old daughter in Ogun
  • Minimum wage: FG blames labour for delay in implementation
  • Azpilicueta defends Chelsea youngsters after Mourinho jibes
  • Hajj: Kwara pilgrims, hale, healthy after Arafat —Official
  • Ivan Perisic on verge of Bayern Munich loan move
  • South Africa’s Ramaphosa wins legal fight with anti-corruption watchdog
  • Falana confirms El-Zakzaky, wife, jet out to India tonight
  • El-Zakzaky arrives Abuja airport for medical trip to India
  • Barcelona’s Neto to undergo surgery on wrist injury
  • Nadal stays at number two as Djokovic rules rankings
  • Robbery: Police arrest over 100 suspects along Mile 2-Badagry Expressway
  • Rehabilitation in PH refinery still ongoing —NNPC
  • Why I won’t ‘siddon look’ on Oyo politics, says Ladoja
  • Father rapes, impregnates 18-year-old daughter in Ogun
  • Woman loses limbs to infection from dog saliva
  • Woman becomes bus conductor after MOPOL husband’s death
  • Death toll in Vietnam floods rises to 24
  • Police arrest farmer for alleged murder of partner
  • Lekki strippers: We’ll make Tekno a scapegoat, says FG
  • Gunmen abduct Kogi PDP chief
  • NSCDC officer kills undergraduate in Bayelsa
  • Five children die in Lagos fire incident
  • Falana confirms El-Zakzaky, wife, jet out to India tonight
  • Nobody knows cause of Obaseki, Oshiomhole feud —Oyegun
  • We won’t appeal verdict on Edo Assembly —Senate
  • My govt’s debt profile better than others —Ajimobi
  • Jets killed ISWAP fighters in Lake Chad – NAF
  • Senator seeks new method to tackle insecurity

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Suicide: Association wants Censors Board to ban films with suicide scenes 
  • El-Zakzaky: 186 doctors from seven countries write Buhari 
  • Minimum wage: FG blames labour for delay in implementation 
  • Why I returned N1m. gratuity overpayment – Bauchi pensioner 
  • Apapa gridlock: Presidential Team to meet residents Tuesday 
  • JUST IN: El-Zakzaky, wife depart Abuja for India 
  • Rehabilitation in PH refinery still ongoing – NNPC
  • Applaud, murmuring as Bishop urges Oshiomhole, Obaseki to settle feud 
  • More votes, more chances of winning Mr World, says Mr Nigeria 
  • Tearful Serena retires injured in Rogers Cup final in Toronto 
  • Question mark over my Manchester United future remains, Pogba says 
  • Neymar not missed as PSG whip Nimes 3-0
  • Air Force hits Boko Haram tactical base in Borno 
  • Police arrest man in Ogun for raping, impregnating daughter 
  • Missing corps member’s whereabouts unknown
  • Sowore not suspended as Lagos AAC disowns Nzenwa 
  • 24 dead, six missing in Vietnam floods 
  • Bello warns against attack on Fed Govt. 
  • Tearful Serena retires injured in Rogers Cup final in Toronto 
  • We’ll help El-Rufai get $350m World Bank loan, says Rep 
  • Onyekuru lands in Monaco for 5-year deal 
  • Chukwueze scores superb goal 
  • Ganduje releases 200 prison inmates 
  • Zulum shuns Sallah as troops repel insurgents in Borno town 
  • RevolutionNow: Lawyer warns against bringing down Buhari’s govt 
  • Fed Govt allocates N100b for research in tertiary institutions 
  • ‘Probe contractors over failed road projects’ 
  • Okonkwo to Presidency, governors: tackle insecurity now 
  • Council chief distributes Sallah gifts to residents 
  • Govt ‘should’ support Rotary clubs to improve lives
  • Pray for leaders, says Hajj committee chairman 
  • ‘Why calamities befall man’ 
  • ‘Chinese group visa will boost business, tourism’ 
  • Air Force kills scores of Boko Haram terrorists in Sambisa 
  • Edo govt to host ex-APC chair at 80 
  • 109 babies born as RCCG’s annual convention ends 
  • Oyetola warns youths against cybercrimes
  • Police vow to arrest culprits as robbers invade UI
  • Civil Defence operative ‘kills’ varsity student 
  • Driver, conductor who ‘rob’ passengers arrested

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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