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Here are the major headlines for Monday, October 22, 2018

Punch

  • Marijuana, NYSC and Buhari’s unholy indulgence
  • Restructuring and enhanced subnational accountability mechanisms
  • FG to commence clean-up of Ogoni oil spill before 2018 ends –Minister
  • World’s longest sea bridge opened only to drivers with special permit
  • Ooni’s ex-wife, Zaynab, congratulates him on new marriage
  • Lopetegui promises to fight but cannot guarantee future
  • Nadal maintains lead as Russian breaks into ATP top 20
  • 2019: South West is satisfied with Atiku’s SGF promise –Ogunlewe
  • Kerber second to Halep in WTA rankings
  • Brexit: Theresa May stays focused despite opposition from party
  • Adamawa flood victims lament FG’s neglect
  • Norway to increase visa issuance to Nigerians
  • Doctors find 122 nails in patient’s stomach
  • Zamfara PDP gov candidate sets three-point agenda
  • Japan orders Facebook to improve data protection
  • ld’s longest sea bridge opened only to drivers with special permit
  • Doctors find 122 nails in patient’s stomach
  • Informant to face trial for giving false tip about ex-NIA chief
  • Suspected lunatic hacks policeman, septuagenarian to death
  • Peacemaker stabbed to death during argument over beer
  • Airport shooting: Victim accuses Lagos command of shielding trigger-happy cops
  • DPO allegedly brutalises, detains activist for causing his transfer
  • Mechanic accused of stealing gearbox, N150,000
  • Man allegedly defraud friend of N7.7m
  • Marijuana, NYSC and Buhari’s unholy indulgence
  • 2019: South West is satisfied with Atiku’s SGF promise –Ogunlewe
  • Zamfara PDP gov candidate sets three-point agenda
  • Oshiomhole attacks APC chiefs plotting his removal
  • 2019: Oyedepo declares prayer, fast over election violence
  • APC expels Nnamani

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Nation

  • Edo deputy speaker impeached
  • Troops kill three suspected Gana boys in Zaki Biam
  • EFCC secures 172 convictions in 10 months – Magu
  • NYSC suspends Orientation Course in Kaduna till further notice
  • APC to critics: Stop playing politics with reform in oil sector
  • Suspended NHIS boss forces way into office
  • 11 count charges against Fayose
  • Flood: Adamawa victims call for urgent intervention
  • Ooni’s ex-wife congratulates him, new queen
  • Ayade flags off 2018 Calabar carnival dry run
  • Kenya warns against unlicensed online forex trading
  • Breaking: Shooting in Edo House of Assembly
  • Alleged N30.8bn fraud: Fayose pleads not guilty
  • Photos: Fayose arrives court
  • Minimum wage deadlock: Workers issue Nov. 6 nationwide strike threat
  • Industrial Court reinstates sacked UNIBEN staff
  • Ekiti students union greets Fayemi, makes demands
  • ‘Regulating social media will amount to tyranny’
  • Be wary of information on social media – DVC UNILAG
  • Rumpus over UNILORIN’s ‘outrageous convocation fee’
  • How applicants fare after PTI’s entrance exam
  • Demographics on my mind
  • Kwesé, Kalakoda Boxing Promotions bring Salam v Gondarenda rematch to Lagos
  • ‘We’ll deal with Messi’s absence’
  • Everton strikes late to punish Crystal Palace
  • Falcons begin title defence with South Africa duel
  • Ronaldo calm ahead of Man Utd return — Bernardeschi
  • AFCON 2019: Eagles must hit South Africa hard
  • MOSES SIMON: I’m at home with African food

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

The Guardian

  • Labour begins indefinite wage strike November 6
  • Oshiomhole hits back at ‘state empires’ in APC
  • ‘Why government must use capital market for privatisation’
  • Kano Pillars in Benin, ready to end 28 years wait for Federation Cup success
  • Calls for re-introduction of agric marketing boards deepen
  • Doctors find 122 nails in Man’s stomach
  • Nigeria issues first gold refining licence
  • Police teargases staff, escorts suspended NHIS boss to assume office duties
  • Uproar in Edo assembly as lawmakers impeach deputy speaker
  • UK Prime minister holds course against mutinous party over Brexit
  • Lopetegui on the brink as Madrid seek morale-boosting win over Plzen
  • Bayern head to AEK buoyed by ‘liberating’ victory
  • Return of a hungry Ronaldo worrying for Manchester United
  • Rooney brace propels D.C. into MLS Cup playoffs, Galaxy stay alive
  • First Bank wins 32nd CBN All Nigeria Financial Institutions Cup
  • Kasatkina clinches VTB Kremlin Cup
  • Beckham Admits Marriage Is “Hard Work”
  • Wigs Essentials 101: How To Care For Your Wigs
  • Monkeys Stone Man To Death In India
  • Akwa Ibom APC aspirants pledge support for party’s candidates
  • Why I signed Atiku’s nomination form, by Ebonyi Rep
  • Ezekwesili dousing Buhari, Atiku challenge with bloc gender votes
  • Bank woos diasporans to local investment opportunities
  • Firm wants government, businesses to prioritise risk management
  • Royal Exchange repositions with adoption of technology
  • Osinbajo on challenge of human development in Africa
  • Not angry enough to challenge the oppressor?
  • Imo State: Between the devil and deep blue sea
  • Lagos harps on lifestyle change for sustainable milieu
  • Cross River partners Taraba on forest conservation
  • Apprehension over use of property value for companies’ tax assessment
  • Trial of oil firm begins today
  • Watch: Temple Features Olamide In “Fire”
  • Three patients reverse their type 2 diabetes by fasting for 24 hours three times weekly
  • Bolt ‘offered cut-price deal’ in Australia
  • Doctors find 122 nails in Man’s stomach
  • Nigeria issues first gold refining licence
  • Police teargases staff, escorts suspended NHIS boss to assume office duties
  • Uproar in Edo assembly as lawmakers impeach deputy speaker
  • Fayose for arraignment today over alleged N1.2b fraud, others
  • Nnamdi Kanu says he ran for his life, vows to return
  • DRC rebels kill 13, abduct a dozen children in Ebola epicentre
  • WHO discovers Type-2 Polio virus in Bauchi
  • Sarri apologises to Man United over fracas at Stamford Bridge

(www.guardian.ng)

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