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Here are the major headlines for Monday, October 8, 2018

The Guardian

  • Why delegates dumped Tambuwal for Atiku
  • Uncertainty and Nigeria’s foreign reserves
  • US in new global court showdown with Iran
  • Kano Pillars beat Enyimba 4-2 to qualify for AITEO Cup semifinals
  • Shehu Sani thanks Buhari for ‘bursting executive lie’
  • 2019 election: Atiku can’t stop Buhari’s victory – UK APC
  • Labourer remanded over alleged Sodomy
  • In quake-hit Haiti, hospital labors to treat the wounded
  • More bodies found as death toll from Indonesia quake nears 2,000
  • Saraki congratulates Atiku, lauds PDP, members for sucessful convention
  • Three reasons why Arsenal are back on track
  • Can Jose Mourinho survive ‘manhunt’ after stay of execution?
  • Five things we learned in the Premier League
  • ‘I should have scored more’, says four-goal Mbappe
  • Libyan strikers can ruin your dreams, Chukwu warns Eagles
  • Basilashvilli, Wozniacki win in Beijing, Medvedev in Tokyo
  • Atiku Abubakar covers triumph with tears
  • APC’s convention in shadows of rancorous primaries
  • Duke, Al-Mustapha, Ezekwesili win presidential tickets
  • Chinese stocks tumble as trading resumes under a cloud
  • Operators fault government’s infrastructure financing involvement
  • Experts seek local institution for capital formation

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Punch

  • Seven suspected cultists arraigned in Ota
  • At least 53 killed in tanker crash
  • Germany steps up migrant deportations to North Africa
  • Japan’s Osaka claims fourth place in women’s rankings
  • Atiku can’t stop Buhari’s victory, says APC UK
  • Bale, De Bruyne in first Ballon d’Or nominees
  • William Nordhaus, Paul Romer win Nobel Economics Prize
  • Liverpool’s Klopp brands UEFA ‘most senseless competition’
  • Gunmen kidnap businessman in Kebbi
  • UPDATED: Baba Sala died in his sleep after supper, says Son
  • Mbappe helps PSG break 82-year-old record with four goals
  • Doctor found guilty in ‘stolen baby’ case
  • Osaka needs ‘desire’ to go further, says Li Na
  • Ahmed, Emefiele join experts at IMF/World Bank meeting
  • Three reasons why Arsenal are back on track
  • Navy shuts illegal maritime academy, arrests proprietor, teachers
  • Man jailed for stealing girlfriend’s phone
  • Police arraign sexagenarian, teenagers for sodomy
  • Germany steps up migrant deportations to North Africa
  • Atiku can’t stop Buhari’s victory, says APC UK
  • Interpol’s former Chinese chief accused of bribery
  • Former US serviceman emerges presidential candidate
  • Russia to summon Dutch ambassador over cyber-attack claims
  • President denies asking el-Rufai to initiate Sani’s recall from Senate
  • We’re ready for 2019 polls, Oshiomhole tells opposition
  • 2019: Agbakoba, Olawepo-Hashim, others team up to wrest power from Buhari
  • Abacha’s ex-CSO, Al-Mustapha, wins PPN presidential ticket
  • Ahmed, Emefiele join experts at IMF/World Bank meeting
  • Swiss bank on trial in France over tax fraud claims
  • CBN may cut MTN’s $8.1bn repatriation demand –Emefiele

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Nation

  • NDLEA arrests 103 suspected drug traffickers
  • Seven suspected cultists arraigned in Ogun
  • Bindow embraces Buhari as Atiku’s victory divides Adamawa
  • Police arrest 20 suspected cultists in C/River
  • 2019 election: Atiku can’t stop Buhari’s victory–UK APC
  • ‘My wife doesn’t sleep with me’
  • Baba Sala is dead!
  • Shehu Sani remains Kaduna Central candidate
  • Zamfara APC crisis persists
  • PDP protest to Force Headquarters reckless, says APC
  • $8.1b: CBN raises MTN’s hope
  • Parties pick Duke, Mimiko, Ezekwesili, Al-Mustapha, others as presidential candidates
  • JAMB offers 200,000 varsity admissions
  • SERAP to Buhari: ensure speedy trial of ‘corrupt past governors’
  • Atiku’s lifetime bid for driver’s seat
  • ANYASI-AGWU: Day son ‘stabbed’ me because of Enyimba
  • SERENA: Giving birth to Olympia nearly killed me
  • Lagos SWAN honours Seyi Akinwunmi
  • Europa League: Arsenal, Milan win, as Celtic slump in Salzburg
  • Napoli striker Milik robbed at gunpoint after Liverpool win
  • Messi eats at his own table- Alba
  • Nigerian varsities and global ranking
  • Nigerian varsities and global ranking
  • Don laments death of ceramics firms
  • ‘Foreign languages useful to promoting local cultures’
  • Eight battle for soccer trophy
  • Hurdles against Not-Too-Young-To-Run law
  • Playing on the world stage
  • Ajasin varsity starts compulsory environmental sanitation

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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