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Here are the major headlines for Monday, October 15, 2018

The Guardian

  • Bolt fumes over drug test notice
  • Envoy, experts identify priorities for growth
  • PDP’s presidential trade-off versus South-East’s futile plot
  • Nigeria to sell Ajaokuta, others for 2018 budget
  • Rohr demands another victory as Eagles fly to Tunisia today
  • Lewinsky affair not an abuse of power, says Hillary Clinton
  • South Korean president to lobby for Kim Jong Un on Europe tour
  • FG disowns list of 50 persons banned from travelling
  • NYSC Certificate: Shittu drags APC to court over disqualification
  • British, EU ministers say still time for Brexit deal
  • Terrorists may kill abducted medic within 24 hours -ICRC
  • Arsenal’s Koscielny says France career ‘finished’
  • Nurmagomedov challenges Mayweather to clash
  • Halep secures second year-end No. 1 ranking
  • Ekpo cautions Eagles against underrating Libya in Tunisia
  • Lifeforte wins Loya Milk secondary schools swimming competition
  • Ramos hoping to mark Spain milestone with win over England
  • Political tension and equity market watch
  • Expert cautions smokers, drug addicts on dangers of kidney cancer
  • 24-Year-Old Nigerian Midwife Might Be Executed Today- ICRC
  • Do Women Really Grow Taller After Childbirth?
  • Imoh Umoren: Setting The Pace In Indie Film
  • Group urges CBN to enforce ban on sale of new Naira notes
  • LASACO Assurance mulls N10 billion additional capital for tier 1 status
  • Underwriters risk N30b statutory deposit to claims’ refusal
  • Ambode: Adebule’s unkindest cut
  • With Atiku and Obi, Nigeria’s political space lightens up
  • Critical lessons on executive order 6 of 2018

(www.guardian.ng)

 

The Nation

  • My meeting in Abeokuta was not to endorse Atiku – Kukah
  • Apollo: Optometrists warn against use of urine, breast milk others
  • Ban on public procession still in force- Plateau govt
  • IGP orders detention of Policemen over death of Abuja lady
  • Hand Washing Day: NGO offers free medical care to 500 destitutes
  • Saki residents bemoan months long outage
  • Basketball chief, Baumann, dies of heart attack
  • Community gives FG condition relocating from power line
  • Belgium defender, Vermaelen, suffers fresh injury
  • Boko Haram : NAF decimates hideout in Bogum, Borno
  • 6,609,115 Lagosians eligible to vote in 2019, says INEC
  • EFCC operatives trail Fayose
  • Poly teachers issue 21-day strike notice
  • Buhari defends travel ban on 50 VIPs as row grows
  • CBN targets stable exchange rate to protect Naira’s strength
  • Basketball chief, Baumann, dies of heart attack
  • Belgium defender, Vermaelen, suffers fresh injury
  • KELECHI NWAKALI My special relationship with Kanu
  • LAWRENCE ACHUDUME’I was once tagged sinner for playing football’
  • My special relationship with Kanu
  • ‘I was once tagged sinner for playing football’
  • Ighalo on fire, as Nigeria beat Libya 4-0
  • Polytechnics lecturers accuse FG of intimidation, issue 21-day strike notice
  • Protest rocks MAPOLY over suspension of lectures
  • Demographics on my mind
  • Provost urges support for college
  • Sixth Ngozi Agbo lecture holds today
  • ABU students in U.S. for Enactus World Cup challenge
  • Liberty group builds capacity of volunteers

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

                                                 

Punch

  • 2019 election: Atiku picks Peter Obi as running mate
  • VAR innovator Van Basten to quit FIFA technical post
  • We recovered $7m illegally placed in Heritage Bank, Obono-Obla alleges
  • Northern Ireland faces power supply disruptions if no-deal Brexit
  • Bayelsa flood victims to benefit from NAF medical outreach
  • Man forges signature, withdraws money from victim’s account
  • Civillian JTF releases 833 child soldiers in Borno
  • Federer fires to join Djokovic in Shanghai semi-finals
  • 10,000 Nigerians return from Libya, says NEMA
  • Turkey frees US pastor after two years detention
  • We are fine, says Melania Trump as she dismisses gossip about marriage
  • BREAKING: Ekiti court refuses motion stopping Fayemi from dissolving LGs
  • Community fears grow as DR Congo Ebola death toll climbs
  • JUST IN: Buhari meets Kano, Zamfara, Ogun govs
  • PHOTOS: UK’s Princess Eugenie marries wine merchant
  • Man forcefully takes disabled son from estranged wife, incurs N50,000 bail
  • Corper relates encounter with alleged homeless Ogoja family of five
  • Archbishop Desmond Tutu leaves hospital in time for wife’s birthday
  • International Day of the Girl Child: UNFPA fights FGM in Benue
  • Police nab ATM card fraudster in Enugu
  • 2019 election: Atiku picks Peter Obi as running mate
  • Stop collecting money from politicians, Methodist Prelate warns religious leaders
  • I’ll continue Obasanjo’s presidency if I win, says Atiku
  • South African apartheid-era Foreign Minister, Botha, dies at 86
  • 2019 election: I will support you, Dankwambo tells Atiku
  • Marafa backs INEC, says no candidates in Zamfara APC
  • 2019 polls budget: Senate retains ‘inserted’ projects
  • 89 parties yet to submit candidates’ lists –INEC
  • Ohakim, 13 other gov aspirants form new APGA

(wwwpunchng.com)

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