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Here are the major headlines for Monday, March 11, 2019

PUNCH

  • Re-election: Ekweremadu congratulates Ugwuanyi
  • How Akpabios loyalists unleash mayhem on us INEC
  • APC rejects Abia governorship election result
  • PDP threatens to reject result in four Imo LGs
  • Navy recovers hijacked boats, rescues electoral officers
  • 58 killed during 2019 polls, says group
  • Nasarawa electoral chair arrested over ballot paper snatching
  • Kwara has been set free from political bondage Gov-elect
  • Dickson alleges military invasion of Bayelsa communities
  • Imo command parades fake policemen, 98 others for electoral violence
  • Kashamu concedes defeat, congratulates Dapo Abiodun
  • BREAKING: INEC declares Bauchi elections inconclusive
  • Sex on the altar and election genocide
  • Parable of the fool and his money
  • Still on remedying the power sector
  • Leadway Capital introduces online Will
  • LASG trains 350 artisans
  • Stock market records decline in investors participation
  • Financial freedom or financial abuse
  • Experts to Buhari: Separate works, housing from power ministry
  • Bank loans to real estate industry drop by N162bn
  • Stanbic IBTC proposes N15.36bn dividend
  • Nestle declares N38.50 final dividend for 2018

VANGUARD

  • Army arrests legislator, 16 others over election offences in Lagos, Ogun
  • Polls: Politicians kitting thugs with uniforms, arms to impersonate soldiers ‘Army
  • Bandits kill 17 in Zamfara, Kaduna; several injured
  • SEC assures investors of resolving disputes in timely manner
  • Ogun gov poll: APM rejects results, as APC wins 11 of 15 LGAs
  • Issa Aremu congratulates Abdulrazaq
  • APC clears 25 of 26 assembly seats in Ekiti
  • Edo Poly, US Consulate partner on Hubert Humphrey Fellowship recruitment workshop
  • INEC halts polls in Rivers as Makinde, Sanwo-Olu, others win
  • We’ll bring perpetrators of violence to book ‘ Ajimobi , Police
  • Go to court rather than disrupt the peace, Al-Makura tells opposition in Nasarawa
  • Edo, Macprices, NAT Ltd, others to train youths on furniture making
  • At least 19 UN-affiliated personnel killed in Ethiopian crash
  • I will continue to put interest of ordinary Edo people first ‘ Obaseki
  • Join us as we battle our orchestrated loss’ ‘ Fayose mocks Ajimobi
  • APC Victory: Osinbajo, deputy gov, Adebule, GAC members visit Tinubu
  • I’ll sustain investment in Agriculture ‘ Buhari
  • Breaking: PDP’s Jimi Agbaje calls to congratulate APC’s Sanwo-olu on election victory
  • FG seek measures to stem volatility in equities market
  • I&E forex window: Foreign investors increase dollar injection by 94% to $3.5bn
  • Merchant Banks under pressure to reverse declining deposit growth
  • Closing gender gap part of CBN’s Corporate Strategy ‘ Emefiele
  • Equities to sustain winning streak on earning releases

THE NATION

  • Polls: Sanwo-Olu, Abiodun, Makinde, AbdulRazaq win
  • Nigerian prof, envoy, 155 others die in Ethiopian Airlines crash
  • Lagosians have spoken, says Sanwo-Olu
  • Troops kill 41 suspected Boko Haram terrorists
  • Police vow to fish out Rep Olatoyes killers
  • Ambode congratulates governor-elect, lawmakers-elect
  • Combat-ready soldiers deploy in Ibadan
  • Command nabs two robbery suspects
  • Life and times of lawmaker Sugar
  • Police arrest two suspected cultists for chopping-off mans wrist
  • Ambode congratulates Sanwo-Olu, 40 APC Assembly members
  • NFVCB raises young ambassadors against hate speech
  • iREP: 70 young filmmakers up for training
  • AXA Mansard celebrates International Womens Day
  • African Alliance rebrands
  • Insurers need communications strategy, others to boost awareness, says expert
  • 100 shareholders associations in stock market
  • Meristem, NSE launch two indices on investment direction
  • CIIN to change syllabus

THISDAY

  • THE RISKY VENTURE OF IBOM AIR
  • FG Must Address Pressure Points in Economy, FSDH Says
  • ZOLA Electric Appoints MD
  • Rwanda to Sell Stake in Cement Firm
  • AMCON, CBN, Transcorp, Others Preach Gender Equality
  • NECA Backs Ban of FX for Textile
  • Investors Position for N89bn Treasury Bills Auction
  • African Airlines Report 5.1 Traffic Rise
  • Stanbic IBTC Bank Introduces Savings Product
  • SPAR Wins Brand Award
  • Fidelity Bank CEO Makes Case for Reading Culture
  • Nnoka: Businesses Facing Increased Risks
  • Insurance Records 13.9% Growth in Oil Businesses in 10 Years
  • Coronation Merchant Bank Posts N5.3bn Profit
  • FCMB Women Empower Widows
  • Stanbic IBTC Grows Profit After Tax by 54% to N74 Billion
  • Ogun APM Guber Candidate Rejects Election Results
  • Again, PDP, APC Bicker over Nembe Election Results in Bayelsa
  • Intervene in South-south, Others to Avert War, PDP Tells INEC Chair
  • Oyo APC Petitions INEC, Wants Governor-elect Arrested
  • Oyetola Hails Victory of APC in Osun Assembly Polls
  • NINTH ASSEMBLY: A CASE FOR SOUTH-EAST
  • WHAT NEXT FOR ATIKU ABUBAKAR

THE SUN

  • My successor above me in intellect, capacity ‘Shettima
  • PDP no longer has monopoly of control in South East ‘Ezeh
  • Ekiti: Bamidele’s tortuous journey to senate
  • APC ‘ll play firm role in emergence of NASS principal officers -Moghalu
  • Cleric berates politicians over unfulfilled promises
  • APC wins assembly seats in Kebbi, Kogi
  • Super Eagles return: Victor Moses yet to change mind ‘Rohr
  • Rohr defends Onuachu, Ozornwafor Super Eagles call up
  • Peterside faces deportation from South Africa
  • Ubani calls for Media Marathon support
  • Djokovic greets Sampras after victory
  • France 2019: Super Falcons, France tickets sold out
  • CAFCC : 10-man Rangers draw 1-1 in Ouagadougou
  • Lagos International Polo Cup begins Wednesday
  • Ighalo opens goal account for Shanghai Shenhua
  • FIBA Africa Basketball League: Rades, Defenders pick Elite 8 tickets
  • Mercedes A-Class Sedan set to hit compact car segment
  • Kia rewards customers with body shop promo
  • CFAO lists durability, versatility as King Long buses’ strong points
  • N30,000 minimum wage: Labour, OPS take battle to FIRS
  • Technology’ll aid transaction cost reduction in Capital Market ‘Uduk, Acting DG, SEC
  • Grow your economic status, health rearing goats
  • Fish farmers beg to join CBN’s Anchor Borrowers’ Programme

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