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Here are the major headlines for Monday, November 19, 2018

PUNCH

  • SGF says APCs victory in Kwara sweetest so far, PDP kicks
  • How to report your bank when displeased
  • Oil marketers decry subsidy debt payments delay
  • FG, states, LGs got over N6tn in nine months FAAC
  • Otedolas endorsement of Sanwo-Olu shocks Bode George
  • Firm to boost homeownership with promise-to-own initiative
  • Kashamu emerges Ogun PDP gov candidate
  • NIESV to partner Lagos Business School on research, others
  • Petrol subsidy rises as NNPC increases imports by 34%
  • Access reiterates commitment to sustainable banking
  • Investors unveil new real estate firm, target first-time buyers
  • Shell contributed N338.12bn to NDDC since 2002
  • CIBN urges CEOs to address cybersecurity challenges
  • Edo woos investors to Emotan Gardens
  • APGA presidential candidate says APC, PDP have nothing to offer
  • Green Fingers calls for ban on single-use plastics
  • 2019: Property market glut stalls
  • politiciansplans to raise funds
  • Mutual Benefits committed to CSR
  • Consolidated Hallmark to raise fresh capital
  • Address consumers concerns, expert tells insurers
  • Everyone deserves to own landed properties
  • International mens day and single men
  • FG in talks with Transnet for railway concession Amaechi

 

VANGUARD

  • 2019: I’m taking Nigeria to next level ‘ Buhari
  • It means so much to beat 2 tennis greats back to back, Zverev says
  • My administration committed to national unity, religious harmony ‘ Buhari
  • 2019: ‘Why Nigerians, Lagosians should vote for Atiku, Agbaje
  • 2019: Why we’re backing Atiku, by Clark
  • Rep accuses PDP of blackmailing Oshiomhole
  • IYC urges FG to revisit surveillance contract to avert crisis
  • Food scarcity looms as dealers suspend transportation from Benue
  • SPAR announces 8 days Black Friday
  • FG begs 222 families affected by cement coy’s environmental pollution in Ogun
  • Pray for credible polls in 2019, Benin monarch charges Muslims
  • N33bn fraud: Osinbajo queried NEMA boss, but”Presidency
  • Akeredolu’s loyalist dumps APC for AA
  • Your govt worst since 1999, PDP tells Aregbesola
  • I have forgiven those who plotted to impeach ‘ Ortom
  • Why Nigeria is not recognized in global export market ‘Trade expert
  • Is the Coming Bitcoin Market Ready to Explode OR Implode
  • Equities pricing: Sell pressure may linger despite attractive valuations
  • Stanbic IBTC commissions Africa-China Banking Centre
  • We help clients achieve their plans, ambitions ‘ Ekundayo
  • Government support key to small businesses ‘ stakeholders
  • Africa Re records 11.26 % increase in premium income
  • Investors dump Lafarge Africa’s shares on disappointing Q3 earnings

 

THE NATION

  • NFF thanks Aiteo founder Benedict Peters
  • My second term plans, by Buhari
  • Our role on Ayefeles house reconstruction, by Oyo govt
  • Kwara Berlin Wall broken, says Lai Mohmmed
  • PDP kicks as APC wins by-election for House of Reps
  • Foreign investors, govt divest from banks
  • 2019 poll: Anxiety in PDP as Atikus policy plan extends to second term
  • Buhari to politicians:dont set Nigeria ablaze
  • Buhari not against true federalism, says Campaign Organisation
  • Buharis Next Level big on promises, vague on policy, says Atiku
  • Aviation unions back proposed increase in passenger service charge
  • Ondo: One House, two Speakers
  • Akwa Ibom 2019: How influential is Obasanjo on voters
  • Kwara North elders ask APC for deputy governor
  • Lagos Assembly: Five PDP defectors get return tickets
  • NDDC is fulfilling mandate, says Ndoma-Egba
  • Buhari to politicians: Dont set Nigeria ablaze, launches campaign manual
  • Kwara bye-election: Outcome daylight robbery -PDP
  • 2019: Atiku launches Grassroot movement group
  • Obaseki gives disabled rapper Razaly N10m
  • Zuma Film Festival to kick off December 1, NFC promises
  • Runtown gets pet lion

 

THISDAY

  • Moodys Highlights Benefits, Risks in China Loans to Nigeria, Others
  • Moghalu Plans N1trn Venture Capital Fund for Start-ups
  • Insurance Sector Weakest Link in Nigerian Economy
  • Equities Market Sheds 0.44% on Losses by Bellwethers
  • NDLEA Seizes N241m Worth of Tramadol at Apapa Port
  • Somefun: Unity Bank Was Weighed Down by Legacy Debts
  • Saleh Emerges PHCCIMA President
  • Firm Wins African Excellence Award
  • NCS Confers Awards on Members, Others
  • Coronation Named Best Investment Bank in Nigeria
  • Paga Partners Global Retailer
  • FBN General Insurance Wins Award
  • Blaid Farms Seeks Increased Lending to Agriculture
  • Why Ban on Hibiscus Export Should Be Lifted
  • MTN Foundation Hosts Masterclass
  • BHM Adopts Innovative Business Management Technology
  • 2019 Presidency: Arthur Nwankwo isOlawepo-Hashims Running Mate
  • Spar Announces Black Friday Sales
  • MultiChoice Unveils Campaign
  • APC Wins Bauchi By-election

 

THE SUN

  • Eagles can win 2019 AFCON ‘ Rohr
  • 2019: Obi’s aide tackles Oshiomhole on South East support
  • APC clears by-election in Bauchi, Kwara, Katsina
  • Pregnant wife keeps Omeruo out against Uganda
  • I’m sorry, ref begs Ahmed Musa
  • Sokoto: INEC confirms Tambuwal PDP guber candidate
  • FG, states, LGAs shared N2.28tr in Q3 ‘NEITI
  • I’ll create 3m jobs yearly ‘Atiku
  • Joshua considers Dillian Whyte fight
  • Diamond Bank wins Women’s Market Champion awards
  • 2019: Olawepo-Hashim picks Arthur Nwankwo as running mate
  • Sanusi charges Flying Eagles on discipline, dedication
  • FG, Dangote partner to reconstruct Apapa to Ojota expressway at N73bn
  • AWCON 2018: S/Africa stuns Super Falcons
  • Akeredolu tasks FG on alternative to crude oil
  • Alternative Adverts targets 5,000 women for empowerment with ITF
  • Juve offers Ramsey 10.4m yearly deal
  • Air Peace earmarks N70m for infrastructure upgrade at Chukwuemeka Ojukwu University
  • NUJ cautions politicians on hate speech
  • Sekibo calls for innovation to lift agric potential
  • Lagos remains gateway to prosperity for Nigerians ‘Ambode
  • FG inaugurates working groups for nuclear power
  • Nigerians need affordable 4G phones, NCC tells manufacturers

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