Here are the major headlines for Monday, May 13, 2019

The Guardian

  • Probe Ngige now, labour tells Buhari, begins protest today
  • X-raying policy developments as pension sector hits trillions
  • Oshiomhole, PDP and gathering storm against Obaseki’s second term in Edo
  • National Assembly probes abandoned NSITF property in Lagos
  • How cashew farmers lose N99 billion to global glut, Apapa gridlocks
  • Ex-Armenia president rejects ‘coup’ charges ahead of trial
  • Nigerian troops rescues 29 women, 25 children from Boko Haram
  • Akwa Ibom government earmarks N100m grant for accreditation of polytechnic courses
  • Court remands two for allegedly belonging to a gang of thieves
  • Gunmen kill six during Catholic mass in Burkina Faso
  • Lagos deputy governor-elect loses father
  • Liverpool’s wait for glory continues as Man City retain EPL title
  • Nigeria’s sports heroes: Tales of the dimming stars
  • Niger United, Plateau Peacocks stake titles
  • Jo Bonfrere returns for The Match for Ambode
  • Barcelona bounce back from Champions League nightmare with win over Getafe
  • Manchester City defeat Brighton to win Premier League title
  • We, the elite, deny Nigeria development, says Niger senator
  • Ebonyi inaugurates 32-man committee for 2018-2020 action plan
  • Imo council chairmen declare suspension illegal, disregard order
  • 5 Ways To Get Rid Of Cockroaches In Your Home
  • Jahbless Speaks On Naira Marley And Zlatan Ibile’s Arrest
  • Runtown: Newly Elected Leaders Have An Urgent Task To Avert A Looming National Catastrophe
  • PAL pension decries gap in financial literacy, skills
  • AFF wants collaboration between technology startups, large corporates
  • How FCMB drives value with diversified investments, operations
  • FG is anti-growth but IMF is pro-growth
  • Why I don’t watch football
  • On the revolutions in Sudan and Algeria



  • Malaria: New technology enables large-scale production of artemisinin
  • Protests in Indian Kashmir over rape of three-year-old
  • PHOTOS: Lagos information commissioner, Bamigbetan, survives accident
  • Zimbabwe begins power cuts
  • Swedish probe will allow Assange to clear his name, says WikiLeaks
  • BREAKING: AAC suspends Sowore, others
  • Fake news: Facebook closes 23 Italian pages
  • Djokovic tightens grip on men’s tennis rankings
  • UN condemns attack on Burkina Faso church
  • Migraine complicates pregnancy – Study
  • African players in Europe: Mahrez stars for champions City
  • WikiLeaks: Sweden reopens rape probe against Assange
  • Be good ambassadors, foreign affairs minister advises Nigerians in Malawi
  • Man City will only get better, Guardiola warns rivals
  • 54 women, children regain freedom in Borno —Army
  • Hoodlums steal female underwear in Ogun
  • Panic as cult members kill five in Lagos community
  • Ex-convicts, other arrested for robbery in Lagos
  • Former SUBEB chairman arraigned on N140m fraud
  • Gunmen attack abducted Nasarawa magistrate for failing to pay N5m ransom
  • We’ll arraign Naira Marley, others – EFCC
  • Man kills neighbour with cutlass in Niger
  • SFU releases seized vehicle after PUNCH’s report
  • Command arrests three motorcycle snatchers
  • Group asks Bulkachuwa to withdraw from Atiku’s election petition
  • Arewa youths back El-Rufai on godfatherism comment
  • I’m leaving Senate to become peace ambassador —David Mark
  • An Igbo President will make a difference, says Nwobodo
  • Nothing will stop inauguration of Bauchi gov-elect –Ningi



  • No Money Missing, Stolen In CBN, Says Spokesman
  • Sri Lanka Suspends Social Media In Attempt To Defuse Rising Tensions
  • NASS Member-Elect Calls For Decentralisation Of Police To Tackle Insecurity
  • BREAKING: AAC Suspends Sowore, 8 Others Over Alleged Corruption, Abuse Of Office
  • Facebook Closes 23 Italian Pages With Fake News, Pro-Govt Propaganda
  • Nigeria Lacks Political Will To Implement Human Rights Agreements — Rights Groups
  • NASS Leadership: I Won’t Bribe My Colleagues To Become Speaker — Olatunbosun
  • No Phony Statistics On Outlandish Report’ll Derail Akwa Ibom State
  • Breaking: Chris Hughton, Brighton Manager Sacked
  • In Defence Of Elite Educational Institutions
  • Champions League Glory Would Transform Spurs – Pochettino
  • Cybercrimes: We’re Partnering Security Agencies, National Security Adviser, Others – NCC
  • Lagos Speaker, Obasa Mourns Late Oba Hamzat
  • Return Africa’s Stolen Assets, Anti-Corruption Heads Beg Europe, US
  • Poll: Oguma Celebrates Okowa’s Victory In Ughelli
  • Ndidi Equals Yobo, Moses’ EPL Record
  • Okorocha, Owerri Spirit And Contemporary Lessons
  • Taraba Killings: Gov Ishaku Orders Security Agencies To Deal Ruthlessly With Culprits
  • Ighalo Out For Two Weeks
  • Don’t Take Our Peace For Granted, Tompolo’s Kinsmen Warns Chevron
  • Corruption allegation: PDP, APC in war of words over Bulkachuwa
  • Liquidity mop up, lower TB rate to persist as N173bn hit interbank
  • Sultan, others should resist Ganduje — Umar Ardo
  • Companies record weak earnings amidst sluggish economic growth
  • NSITF: Kokori, Labour tackle Presidency
  • Nigeria will not know peace until an Igbo becomes President – Nwobodo
  • NSITF : Buhari approved suspension of inauguration of board – Presidency
  • Insecurity happening because we have incompetent administration – PDP




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