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Here are the major headlines for Monday, December 03, 2018

PUNCH

  • Atiku not Buharis match, will suffer bloodied nose Dambazau
  • Akeredolu backs Buhari on aggrieved APC members
  • Ondo lawmakers want Buhari, NAssembly to intervene in crisis
  • Ill embarrass Buhari, Atiku with ideas
  • We wont be intimidated, Wike tells security agents
  • ADP presidential candidate steps down for Olawepo-Hashim
  • PDP group endorses APGA candidate
  • Navy pledges improved security on waterways
  • Nigerias inflation ratell rise to 11.4%, says CBN
  • Subsidy debts: Oil marketers give FG 7-day ultimatum
  • Privatisation: Discos fail to deliver five years after FG
  • Shell to supply gas to 140MW Aba IPP
  • Oando, others boost agriculture in Niger Delta
  • Streamline the functions of DPR, stakeholders tell FG
  • Lafarge Africa expends N168m on community projects in Ogun
  • Sterling Bank wants more digital solutions from CeBIH
  • Diamond Bank unveils new subscription service
  • Nigeria cut food imports, saved $21bn in 34 months Emefiele
  • Annual domestic debt servicing goes up by N247bn
  • NAICOM to extend bancassurance to microfinance banks
  • Leadway gets insurance recognition
  • Boosting your start-up with government entrepreneurship initiatives
  • Make a difference this Christmas

 

VANGUARD

  • Why Lagos Area boys and girls trust me ‘ Remi Tinubu
  • 7 killed, houses razed in fight over oil-rich Benue land
  • Why Buhari, Atiku may fail ‘Fr. Mbaka
  • Cardinal Arinze to preside over award ceremony for Obiano
  • Setback, as B-Haram hits Army’s armoured tank base
  • APC CRISIS: Akeredolu faults NWC, backs Buhari on litigation
  • Fasehun’s death shocking, a loss to Nigeria ‘ Akeredolu, Mimiko
  • Lagos Police arrest 4 market officials for breaking, entry
  • Economic volatility: Dangote steps up investments in agriculture
  • MIKANO partners MTU Energy on power
  • High speed Internet: NCC to ink agreement with Legend, other service providers
  • How Oshiomhole fooled aggrieved APC aspirants
  • APC/PDP supporters disrupt Gov Badaru, VC speeches at Lamido varsity convocation
  • PDP has no chance over APC in S-South ‘Sen Alimikhena
  • 2019 polls: Buhari warns against politics of hate, violence
  • Buhari reacts to cloning allegation, promises to celebrate 76th birthday on Dec. 17
  • 2019 Presidency: Olawepo-Hashim on the rise, latest data
  • Lagos is not in bondage, Sanwo-Olu replies Agbaje
  • Jibril: I’m my real self not cloned says Buhari
  • Buhari: I’m not ‘Jubril, I’m Buhari, President makes mockery of critics
  • PDP attacks APC, says Atiku does not want to make the sky his office like Buhari
  • 2019: Atiku names three youths, woman as aides
  • Ex-Deputy Governor urges Christians to join politics

 

THE NATION

  • Buhari: those who wish me dead behind clone rumour
  • 19 persons drown in Kwara boat mishap
  • Army: $1b approved to fight insurgency yet to be released
  • N800b subsidy debt: Oil marketers give Fed Govt 7-day ultimatum to pay cash
  • I fought for special economic assistance, not special status for Lagos
  • Saraki, Fayemi, Fasanmi: Fasehun battled for democracy
  • 2019 poll: Atiku meets Wike ahead of campaign kick off
  • Global debt hits $180trn, says IMF
  • Osinbajo, Gowon see brighter future for Nigeria
  • Buratai to troops: youve what it takes to flush out Boko Haram
  • Knocks, kudos for Buhari, Atiku manifestos
  • Ondo PDP sets up 21-man campaign committee
  • ANN unveils presidential running mate
  • Youth urged to shun thuggery
  • Monarchs to Sanwo-Olu: we are behind you
  • Why I chose Hamzat as my running mate Sanwo-Olu
  • Mandela 100: DStv to air week-long festival
  • ACI signs US-returnee singer, Kofo The Wonderman
  • MultiChoice announces winners of DStv Eutelsat Star Awards
  • Small Doctor assembles stars for Omo Better concert
  • Pidgin English show airs on Wazobia TV, others
  • CBN okays Diamond Bank as a national bank
  • Lanre Shittu Motors builds most standard assembly plant in Nigeria

 

THISDAY

  • Nigerias Manufacturing Index Rises Further in November
  • TEF Entrepreneurs Emerge Winners in Google Impact Challenge
  • Suleiman Urges CeBIH to Deploy Digital to Solve Socio-economic Problems
  • Electronic Initial Public Offerings to Commence in Nigeria in 2019
  • Report: 5G to Reach 1.5bn Subscriptions in 2024
  • Govts Urged to Establish Entrepreneurial Hub to Tackle Poverty
  • Group Advocates Gender Inclusion in Infrastructural Sector
  • Dana Air Resumes Operations after NCAA Re-certification
  • Equities Market Sheds 4.9% in One Month on Continuing Investor Apathy
  • Strengthening Economic Recovery Process in Nigeria
  • Aero Unveils Training School for Manpower Development
  • House Committee Applaud NIMASA for Efficient Budget Implementation
  • New Pharmaceutical Brand, Pyramax, Enters Market
  • Firms Partner to Boost Efficiency
  • PoS Innovation Summit Will Drive Agent Network
  • CPC Calls on Discos to Address Arbitrary Billing System
  • Fitch Upgrades UBA to B+, Stable Outlook
  • Tax Reforms Should Be Targeted at Consumption
  • Governor Commends NBC on Youth Empowerment
  • FG Certifies Cross River Garment Factorys Products for Export
  • Phase3 Reaffirms Support for Displaced Communities
  • Air Peace Pledges to Deploy More Aircraft
  • Next Titan Winner Emerges

 

THE SUN

  • Family at loggerheads over estate
  • Hate campaigns: INEC, Abdulsalami group read riot act to political parties
  • CBN disburses N100bn MSME fund to support growth
  • I’m not cloned, it’s really me ‘ Buhari
  • Buhari, Atiku camps trade words
  • 2019: Why Buhari, Atiku may fail ‘ Fr. Mbaka
  • Osinbajo preaches hope, as Villa chapel holds end-of-year thanksgiving
  • Call for INEC chairman, IGP resignation: PDP has become caricature political party ‘APC
  • Boko Haram: IGP deploys 2,000 police personnel to North East
  • Buhari dispels Jibril from Sudan rumour in Aso Rock
  • Sustainable procurement policies in a depressed economy
  • Hardship, hunger worsening under APC
  • Nigeria’s democracy and encumbrances on development
  • Oshiomhole and the quality of the mind
  • Monitoring campaign expenses

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