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Here are the major headlines for Monday, September 17, 2018

Vanguard

  • Shell Targets Lower Methane Emissions From Oil And Gas Operations
  • Pardon C Releases Long-Awaited Self-Directed Music, ‘Brain Box’
  • TCN Installs New 60MVA Transformers In Edo, Ogun
  • Not Over Yet: Mercedes Cautious Despite Hamilton’s Singapore ‘Stardust’
  • UK PM May Cautions: Support My Brexit Deal Or Face No Deal
  • Operation Python Dance 3: Military Denounce Extortion Of Motorists In Southeast
  • Kabba Stool: Court Affirms Owoniyi As Obaro, As Opposing Clan Withdraw Suit
  • Shell Targets Lower Methane Emissions From Oil And Gas Operations
  • SpaceX Set To Identify First Paying Passenger For Moon Trip
  • Osun Guber Debate: Candidates Make Promises
  • China’s Pig Fever Outbreak A Boon For Chicken Farmers
  • Japan’s Osaka Blames US Open Tears On ‘Notorious’ Nerves
  • Australia Line Up Kuwait For New Coach’s First Game
  • Omisore Wants FG To Find Killers Of Bola Ige
  • 7 Vietnamese Dead, 5 In Coma After Taking Drugs At Music Festival
  • 5 Die In Stampede After Angolan Soccer Match
  • Just In: Time Magazine Sold For $190m
  • As Yusuf Strives To Sanitise NHIS
  • President Buhari To Flag Off The Osun Basic Health Provision Fund
  • IBB assures Saraki on his presidential ambition
  • Sit-at-home: We’re authentic mouthpiece of Ndigbo, IPOB boasts
  • Ambode battles Sanwo-Olu for Lagos APC guber ticket
  • APC, PDP in verbal exchange over Kemi Adeosun’s resignation
  • Policewoman on the run after stabbing husband multiple times
  • Saraki fires back; I cannot be impeached, I will never step down as Senate President
  • Adeosun: You can’t speak on integrity unless…, PDP tells Buhari, APC

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

The Nation

  • Boy, 15, drowns in Kano pond
  • 2019: Sokoto APC vows not to recognise Sen. Gada
  • Baby boy for Linda Ikeji
  • Ondo Commissioner resigns appointment , joins Reps race
  • Merkel visits Algeria to discuss migration, terror
  • Tax default: Oyo seals banks in Ibadan
  • Increase tax revenue to fund education, Actionaid tasks govt
  • Five die in stampede after Angolan soccer match
  • FG secures support of NPAN
  • Osun: Buhari to flag off basic health provision fund
  • Ethiopia, Eritrea sign peace accord in Saudi Arabia
  • Zamfara Gov. Abdul’aziz Yari attacked in Gusau
  • Lagos requires change for progress, says Sanwo-Olu
  • BoI, China’s Exim Bank sign $500m MoU
  • NEMA gets N3b as floods continue
  • The other side of revenge pornography
  • Creating prosperous, peaceful Africa
  • ‘How languages can promote country’s dignity
  • Rancour-free election at FUT MINNA
  • ‘Students’ victimisation threat to campus journalism’
  • Ex-CAMPUSLIFE man among 100 Most Influential Young Africans
  • Kogi Poly Rector resigns as deputy steps in

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

ThisDay

  • Tight Security as Ekiti Tribunal Begins Sitting
  • 23 Killed in Ethnic Violence in Ethiopia
  • Fraud: Bayelsa Education Board Recommends 272 for Retirement
  • High Oil Price Pushes Subsidy on Petrol to N65.6 Per Litre
  • Saraki: APC Can’t Remove Me as Senate President
  • EFCC Backs Presidency, Accuses HSBC of Laundering $100m for Abacha, 50…
  • DIG, Eight Commissioners, 40,000 Policemen for Osun Election
  • Under APC, It’s Been a Polarised Nigeria, Killings, Saraki Alleges
  • NLC Urges MTN to Comply with FG’s Directives on $10.134bn Funds…
  • Ortom Accuses Akume of Plot to Destabilise Benue
  • Alleged N117bn Debt: Fayose Dares DMO, Banks, APC to Publish Ekiti’s Debt …
  • EFCC: We Didn’t Freeze Adeleke, Davido’s Accounts
  • Nigeria, African Countries Lose N15.12tn to Climate Change Annually
  • Ex-Gov Nnamani Picks PDP Senatorial Form in Enugu
  • Buhari Mourns Moses Iloh
  • FG Should Search for Ige’s Killers, Says Omisore
  • Flood Submerges 200 Communities in Kogi
  • VON DG Accuses Ekweremadu of Fighting Buhari
  • Kwara APC Adopts Consensus Method of Primary Election as Belgore Joins…
  • Ekiti APC Elects New State Exco by Affirmation
  • Sokoto APC Disowns Senator Gada, Urges National Leadership to Reject His…
  • Nasarawa School Children Sitting in Coffins, Maku Alleges
  • Diplomats Call for Implementation of Africa’s Convention on Corruption
  • Fighter Planes, Gunships Halt another Boko Haram Attack, Destroy Logistics Base
  • Sokoto APC Chieftain Defects to PDP, Backs Tambuwal’s Presidential Bid
  • Police Quizes Edo Council boss
  • NUJ Seeks Free, Fair, Credible Elections
  • 75-year-old Woman Dies of Lassa Fever in Delta
  • 16 Girls Missing as Armed Robbers Invade Secondary School in Anambra
  • Tambuwal: How Dickson Helped Jonathan Become Acting President
  • Ibori’s Brother, William, to be Buried November 2
  • PDP Hails Dogara’s Return, Describes It as Courageous
  • Atiku: Attack on HSBC’s Credibility Exposes FG’s Hypocrisy
  • College: No Female Student is Missing after Armed Robbers’ Attack
  • Probe N10tr Sleaze by Presidency Cabal under Adeosun, PDP Urges N’Assembly
  • Osun Election: Police Deploy 2 Helicopters, 30 Armoured Personnel Carriers, 300…
  • ‘Technology Critical in Achieving Self-sufficiency in Sugar Production’
  • Fidelity, COHEB Support Less Privileged
  • MainOne, Orange Ink Deal to Boost Internet Access in Francophone West…
  • NBS: Commuters in Abuja, C’River, Abia Paid Highest Bus Fare in…

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Punch

  • Boy drowns in Kano pond
  • BREAKING: 23 dead in Ethiopia ethnic violence
  • Two dead, 16 rescued after migrant boat capsizes
  • Knifeman attacks Belgian police officer, inflicts injuries
  • Hazard can be Premier League top-scorer, says Chelsea’s Sarri
  • Chicken farmers benefit from China’s pig fever outbreak
  • Mendy misses Man City match due to knee problem
  • Tech company boss, wife buy Time magazine for $190 million
  • Seven dead, five in coma after taking drugs at music festival
  • My Brexit plan or crash out of EU, says Theresa May
  • Yari condemns attack on convoy, urges supporters not to revenge
  • First paying passenger for moon trip to be identified
  • Anambra: Police unseals PDP office
  • Food security likely to be affected as flood submerges rice, maize farms in Adamawa –Rice farmers
  • Five die in stampede after Angolan football match
  • Buhari to inaugurate basic health provision fund in Osogbo
  • Five killed as Boko Haram terrorists ambush troops in Borno
  • Robbers kill policeman, four others in Cross River
  • Osun lawmaker’s nude goes viral as court remands alleged blackmailers
  • I joined cult to secure employment on graduation —Suspect
  • My Brexit plan or crash out of EU, says Theresa May
  • Yari condemns attack on convoy, urges supporters not to revenge
  • Anambra: Police unseals PDP office
  • Those plotting to impeach me won’t succeed – Saraki
  • Sokoto APC disclaims aspirant
  • PDP welcomes Dogara back, says return courageous

(www.punchng.com)

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