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Here are the major headlines for Monday, September 02, 2019

Punch

  • Sevilla sign Hernandez from West Ham
  • Troops destroys ISWAP equipment, neutralises terrorists
  • With Bello as Kogi APC gov candidate, election is a walkover for us —PDP
  • LG Poll: Niger Police warn against provocative campaign, violence
  • Darmian leaves Manchester United to join Parma
  • Lukaku sends Inter Milan top after racist abuse at Cagliari
  • Police repel bandits’ attack on Katsina village
  • Hajj 2019: 23, 611 pilgrims back home —NAHCON
  • Frankfurt’s Rebic joins AC Milan in switch with Silva
  • Tunisian policeman, three militants killed in clash
  • BREAKING: Group storms UK Embassy, protest $9.6bn judgement
  • NCC warns publishers against piracy
  • ‘I need to be a better person on the court’, says Medvedev
  • Osun tribunal declares election of another PDP lawmaker inconclusive
  • Berlin zoo witnesses rare birth of panda twin
  • Police repel bandits’ attack on Katsina village
  • Berlin zoo witnesses rare birth of panda twin
  • PHOTOS: Two BRT buses collide at Ikorodu
  • Scammers open Facebook account in my name –Fashola
  • Command arrests armed robbery suspect at church’s camp
  • I’m not a land grabber, monarch cries out
  • Three nabbed for defiling underage girls in Lagos
  • People slowly forgetting abducted NYSC member, pastor –Colleague
  • Woman nabbed for selling boy for N300,000 in Niger
  • With Bello as Kogi APC gov candidate, election is a walkover for us —PDP
  • LG Poll: Niger Police warn against provocative campaign, violence
  • APGA considers Soludo for Anambra gov, PDP kicks
  • ‘International community has rejected Buhari’
  • APC yet to replace Oshiomhole’s deputy
  • Probe attack on Fayose, Ekiti PDP tells Fayemi

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Ghana to give guns to police officers on ‘traffic duty’ 
  • N7.9tr dirty notes: CBN’s deadline ends today 
  • South Africans again attack, loot, burn foreign-owned properties 
  • Wadume: Police arrest more suspects
  • Mob beats up kidnap suspect  
  • JAMB to use NIN for 2020 UTME registration
  • Adeboye urges prayers for security personnel 
  • I challenge anyone to expose me, says Ex. Gov. Yari 
  • BREAKING: Nigeria lost again in the ongoing FIBA worldcup 
  • BREAKING: CSOs stage protest at British High Commission over award of $9.6 to P & ID
  • PDP primaries: party chair accuses aspirants of sending fake N1m alerts to delegates
  • Fake alert: Okoko threatens to sue Bayelsa party chair 
  • #BBNaija: Again, Seyi wins Veto Power of Chance 
  • Police arrest ‘robber’ at church’s retreat  
  • Fashola alerts public to fake Facebook account 
  • Buhari promises more help for Daura flood victims
  • #BBNaija: Khafi wins again!! 
  • P&ID rejected Fed Govt’s $250m settlement offer 
  • Multiple loan policies … one target 
  • I love attacking football, says iwobi
  • World Bank, WHO seek water provision for poor communities
  • ‘Prison no longer punitive but correctional centre’
  • Insecurity: IGP, S/West govs, leaders meet in Ibadan today 
  • Court clears driver of alleged N806,500 theft 
  • Five suspects arrested for allegedly hijacking Taxify car 
  • Teenager jailed three months for stealing fowl 
  • Ohanaeze, others back ban on herders’ movement in Southeast 
  • Air Force jets neutralise insurgents in Borno 
  • Report: Rivers most violent state in Niger Delta 
  • Ogun TRACE to motorists: avoid Lagos-Ibadan expressway if in hurry

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

The Guardian

  • How Nigeria lost $9.6b gas contract award suit in UK
  • FG loses N395.4b power revenue, records N3.644tr fiscal deficit
  • Iwobi opens account as Everton beat Wolves 3-2
  • Nigerians sue Senate over N6b cars for members
  • Avoid Lagos-Ibadan expressway if in haste, TRACE warns motorists
  • Nigeria to take actions against ‘sickening’ attacks in South Africa
  • Georgian prime minister announces resignation
  • Yobe flood victims lose hope in harvests
  • South Korea lawmaker grills official nominee for not giving birth
  • Aregbesola looks to technology for faster processing of Nigerian passport
  • Ezekwesili, others bag Weizsäcker fellowship in Germany
  • Wawrinka returns to top form two years after knee surgery
  • Injured Djokovic quits US Open clash with Wawrinka
  • Serena rolls ankle and US Open rival as Barty, Pliskova fall
  • Lukaku sends Inter top after racist abuse at Cagliari
  • Zenith Women’s Basketball League restarts September 7
  • Minister mulls athletes’ sustenance fund
  • Family ties, others shape Kogi PDP guber primaries’ contest
  • Aspirants express optimism, caution over Bayelsa PDP guber primary poll
  • Bayelsa 2019: Last ditch efforts to tackle lopsided primary
  • Liquidity, confidence issues sustain hold on NSE index
  • How insurance firms’ low liquidity hampers operations
  • BDCs in ‘no error mode’ as FATF visit beckons
  • BBNaija 2019: 6 Quick Facts About Evicted Housemate, Sir Dee
  • 5 Signs It’s Time To Address Your Mental Health
  • 3 Ways To Handle Emotional Rejection
  • Depression and youth in the 21st century
  • Africa and Trump’s proposed nuke hurricane
  • Nigerian aviation industry: Next level deliverables

(www.guardian.ng)

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