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Here are the major headlines for Monday, December 2, 2019

Punch

  • African players in Europe: Iheanacho, Aubameyang shine in England
  • Minister reaffirms commitment to success of NSIP programmes
  • Three-year-old boy shot dead in an attack on lawmaker father
  • Why we donated vehicles to Cameroonian vigilante – Borno govt
  • ‘Cyber Monday’ on track for record US online sales —Estimate
  • Army helicopter crash: France honours 13 killed in Mali
  • How I met, fell in love with Diezani – Husband
  • Consumer group seeks speedy passage of bill criminalising estimated billing
  • Two Cambodians die in building collapse —Police
  • Hit-and-run driver kills woman in Awka
  • Legalise electronic voting, PDP tells INEC, NASS
  • BREAKING: Taraba Assembly gets new speaker, receives list of commissioner nominees
  • Nigeria earned N275bn from VAT in Q3 —NBS
  • Man City are in the right frame of mind —Guardiola
  • Wall collapse kills 17 in India
  • Robber dies after encounter with Osun watchman
  • Suspect stabs policeman to death in Katsina
  • Police gun down notorious armed robber in Delta
  • We’re no longer safe following land-grabbers’ threat —Sexagenarian couple
  • Murder: Rivers community denies involvement in violent protest
  • Eastern Naval Command seizes 16,773 bags of smuggled rice
  • Teenager arrested for stealing yam from Delta farm
  • Suya seller stabs man to death over bread
  • Lagos to auction 108 abandoned, forfeited vehicles
  • I was warned to be wary of Shaibu, SSG –Obaseki
  • Bauchi APC heads to Supreme Court over gov poll
  • Adeyemi begs Nigerians to forgive Melaye
  • 2023: Tinubu is crucial to Yoruba agenda, says Ajanaku
  • Parties’ chairmen disagree with PDP over card readers
  • PDP, APC trade words over Katsina bye-election results
  • Nigeria earned N275bn from VAT in Q3 —NBS
  • Equities market gained N203bn in November
  • Unpaid salaries: 109,284 workers retire without pensions
  • Millions of Nigerians at risk of heatwave – Report
  • Border closure, forex restriction’ll boost capital market –Minister
  • Consolidated Hallmark gets shareholders’ nod to raise N4.5bn

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Court of appeal upholds Wike’s re-election, strikes out ADP’S appeal 
  • China pledges to invest in Nigeria’s infrasrtucture, deepen bilateral relations 
  • APC sweeps Niger LG polls 
  • BREAKING: Taraba Assembly gets new Speaker
  • Court okays IGP’s recruitment of constables
  • Onyema indictment: Northern youths to march to US embassy in Nigeria 
  • BREAKING: EFCC produces Captain Dada Labinjo
  • ‘Why we picked Daura for University of Transportation’ 
  • Police recruitment: Court strikes out PSC’s suit against IGP
  • Daura agog to receive Buhari
  • BREAKING: Council approves establishment of new emirates in Kano 
  • Hit-and-run driver kills woman in Anambra 
  • APC senatorial candidate leads 20,000 supporters back to PDP 
  • ALGON slams Makinde for plans to appoint caretaker chairmen 
  • Five killed in Lagos-Ibadan road crash 
  • Lagos explains new resumption dates for primary school 
  • Taraba Speaker resigns after prolonged squabbles with governor 
  • Buhari for ground-breaking of Transportation varsity in Daura
  • Aisha Buhari’s rebuke: NGF defends governors
  • ‘Imo no longer a laughing stock’ 
  • Lover stabs married rival to death in Bayelsa
  • Melaye’s stay at National Assembly disastrous, says Adeyemi
  • Bank customers to present tax card from next month
  • ‘No child should hawk during school hours’
  • Sanwo-Olu gets kudos over amnesty for crime perpetrators
  • Three held in Ogun for ‘vandalising’ telecom mast 
  • An Act to shore up finances 
  • Rangers fall 3-1 to Pyramid
  • $60b forex cash kept naira stable for 29 months, says Emefiele
  • Rohr: no problem with NFF 
  • Chukwueze ranks Eagles’ attack best in Africa 
  • Iheanacho’s winner sinks Everton 
  • 15 shops destroyed in Owode-Onirin fire 
  • Driver hits LASTMA official

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

The Guardian

  • Fresh loan may raise debt servicing to N3tr
  • Ex-CDS urges FG to respect agitation for restructuring
  • Iheanacho’s rare goal lifts Leicester City to second position on EPL table
  • Lagos gets court order to auction 108 forfeited vehicles
  • How NITEL ‘wasted’ Nigeria’s $7b, by El-Rufai
  • Death toll in Tunisia bus accident rises to 26
  • Government shutdown in Samoa amid ‘cruel’ measles outbreak
  • Ex-Governor Kalu: Court adjourns judgment on N7.2bn fraud charge
  • FG confirms electrocution at Ikoyi prison
  • US House panel to meet on Trump impeachment charges
  • Nigerian lawmaker dies
  • Three things we learned from the Premier League
  • Martinez fires Inter top of Serie A as Juventus slip up
  • Late Messi winner sees Barca sink Atletico
  • Solomon Ogba resigns from AFN board
  • Ighalo set for Premier League return
  • Morocco pick Africa’s sole Tokyo 2020 Paralympics blind football ticket
  • Before Abuja becomes another mega slum
  • How women empowerment can improve productivity
  • Revving critical national issues as Madueke launches autography
  • Ben Ayade, judiciary clash over acting chief justice
  • N275bn generated from VAT in third quarter of 2019 – NBS
  • Insurers restate plans for industry’s recapitalisation
  • In 2020, tight monetary policy retains top spot
  • Chamomile Tea: How It Aids Cancer Prevention And Lots More
  • almonds and walnuts5 Nutritional Facts About Almonds And Walnuts
  • Watch The Pussycat Dolls’ First Public Performance Following Their Reunion
  • The witchcraft conference at Nsukka
  • Nigeria and her intellectual acuity
  • Digitization: Key to shaping Africa’s future success
  • ‘Industrial utilisation of crops inevitable for progress in agric’
  • Salis, AD express confidence in judiciary to give justice
  • Abba Tor becomes NIQS president, pledges to sustain legacies

(www.guardian.ng)

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