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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, January 10, 2019

PUNCH

  • Buhari no longer the only problem
  • Buhari has done well for South East, South SouthObiano
  • PDP accuses Fayemi of frustrating Atikus campaign in Ekiti
  • Sanwo-Olu solicits Swiss investment
  • Airport police command arraigns 165 on assault
  • PDP berates Buhari, APC over disruption of North West rally in Jigawa
  • Dangote, Adenuga top Forbes Africa billionaires list
  • Nigerias debt hits N22.43tn, domestic component 70.51%
  • FAANs N100m debt leaves airport workers without salaries
  • NERC encouraging Discos to take less power Gencos
  • Nigeria lost $2.8bn to piracy, others in 2018UN report
  • Oil sector FDI drops by $17.12m in three months
  • Merger: Access Banks share price drops by 32%
  • Hiccups of port development in 2018 (2)
  • Customs order seizure of cargoes with improper documentation
  • Kano to establish electricity firm
  • Refining, regulatory challenges worry oil industry stakeholders
  • Power: Edo awaits arrival of 55MW plant equipment
  • Harnessing the potential in ginger farming
  • How to write a business plan
  • 2020: CBN reviews national financial inclusion strategy
  • 50 million-litre daily fuel consumption, a fraud Saraki
  • Minimum wage: Buhari, govs may clash as FG sets up advisory panel

VANGUARD

  • Insecurity would’ve been worse if Buhari didn’t win in 2015 ‘ Okorocha
  • NDDC has questions to answer over Ojirami Dam’ Akpatason
  • Truck crushes woman dead in Oyo
  • I’ll suffer if I stay with my father, 14-yr-old girl tells court
  • Indian doctors perform heart surgeries on 22 children at UNTH
  • I remain APC gov candidate in Cross River’ Usani
  • NOA moves to curb void votes in Imo
  • Nnamdi Kanu to speak on elections boycott
  • Why I couldn’t help with payment of pensioners ‘Nwosu
  • APC lucky to have Oshiomhole ‘Lamido Adamawa
  • Oil price hits $60, raises hope for Nigeria’s 2019 budget
  • Labour Party govt’ll set up factories in all Kwara LGs’Issa Aremu
  • Buhari asked Dangote to construct Kaduna-Birnin Gwari Road’el-Rufai
  • Fulani herders submit ranching proposal to Ishaku
  • 458 communities endorse Ugwuanyi’s re-election
  • HSI honours Okunbo with free medicareBoko Haram: Military shuts, re-opens Maiduguri/Damaturu road
  • I will defeat APC, PDP- Moghalu
  • 2019: Malicious allegations against Atiku won’t help your cause, PDP tells Buhari
  • I won’t allow use of govt funds for my re-election ‘ Buhari
  • PDP to Buhari: Malicious allegations against atiku will not help you
  • Plateau APC elders say Buhari, Lalong’s victory ‘very certain
  • PDP challenges Tinubu to explain role in Presidency cabal

THE NATION

  • One dead, two injured as tricycle rams into truck
  • Be good ambassadors, varsity graduates told
  • Fed Govt to renegotiate salaries above N30,000
  • Forbes: Dangotes wealth down by $2b
  • Why were not involved in technical committee, by NLC
  • Osinbajo, Soyinka, BBC, others move against fake news
  • Father to Boko Haram commander son: surrender
  • Candidates with biometric problems to write exams in Abuja, says JAMB
  • APC rally disruption: 14 more suspects arrested
  • Buhari: I wont approve public funds for campaigns
  • Buhari may not extend IGs tenure despite pressure
  • FEC okays four new private universities
  • Pdp aspirants back Agbaje
  • I will not repeal the anti-open grazing lawBenue APC flag bearer
  • PDP urges Plateau people to vote out Lalong for poor performance
  • Atiku storms Kogi, promises economic revival
  • I will defeat APC, PDP- Moghalu
  • I’ll make Nigeria modern nation, if elected Moghalu
  • ALGON lobbies for passage of autonomy bill
  • Lassa Fever: Edo warns against self-medication
  • Group launches door-to-door campaign for Sanwo-Olu
  • Falz, others react as Adekunle Gold, Simi wed

THISDAY

  • NCC, Telcos Push for Review of National Broadband Plan
  • Experts List Global Security Measures for 5G Rollout
  • Anionwu: Technology Innovation Will Bridge Financial Inclusion Gap
  • Global Cybersecurity Industry to Generate More Jobs in 2019
  • Nigeria, 87 Others to Benefit from CTO
  • NEXIM Bank to Revamp Ailing Industries, Boost Non-oil Exports
  • Going Experiential with Political Campaign
  • Inlaks Launches New ATM Models to Boost Cashless Initiative
  • Firm Introduces Tool to Enhance Marketing Intelligence
  • Embracing Farming
  • Lexon Set to Conquer US Market with Innovative
  • Imports of DDB Grand Prix Win
  • NERC Names Four DisCos With 50% Metering of Consumers
  • Giving Oyo Communities a Facelift
  • Human Trafficking Taking Horrifying Dimension
  • Intel Targets 5G Infrastructure
  • Samsung Forecasts Sharp Drop in Q4 Profit
  • Firm Assures Customers of Quality Service Delivery
  • CBN to Auction N908bn Treasury Bills in Q1
  • WBank Predicts Slower Growth in 2019 on Increasing Trade tensions
  • Keystone Bank Launches Zero Data Mobile App
  • Bendel Insurance Returns to NPFL after 11 Years in Wilderness
  • Loss of 10m Jobs: Sack APC, Atiku Tells Nigerians
  • Eagles Not Taking Egypt Friendly Lightly, Says Rohr
  • I Dont Intend to Be a Spare Tyre Deputy
  • I Want To LeapfrogOguninto the Next Level of Prosperity
  • Media Marathon Committee Meets Tandoh, Solicits Support of Lagos State
  • Salah: Hosting AFCON 2019 Good for Egypt
  • Bayern Munich Confirms Interests in Chelseas Hudson-Odoi
  • Peace is His Bragging Right
  • Should Buhari Get Four Plus Four
  • Giant Step towards Achieving Universal Health Coverage
  • Strengthening BHCPF through Public Private Partnerships
  • FIDA: For Better Economy, Treat Womens Health with Priority
  • FG, WBank, BMGF Commit $180 million to Fund Universal Health Coverage
  • Strengthening Supply Chain Leaders through GAVI STEP Training in Nigeria
  • HIV: Infants Survival Rate Now Above 90%
  • SNHS Laments Poor Funding, Attention to Medical Rehabilitation
  • ASLM Harps On Diagnostic Gap, Partners Africa CDC
  • Changing the Narrative in Restoring Sight to Impaired Nigerians
  • Advocating Reforms for Accountability, Transparency
  • Buhari Hints at Realignment of Salaries of FG Workers with Jumbo Pay
  • Gov. Ugwuanyi and the Rescue of Enugu Fire Victims
  • Act within Electoral Law, INEC Tells Security Agencies
  • Hope Rises for 2019 Budget, Oil Price Rebounds to $60
  • Credit to Private Sector Falls Marginally to N23.083tn
  • I Won’t Use Govt Money for Campaigns, Buhari Promises
  • Detention: Dasuki Seeks Intervention of Olanipekun, Agbakoba, Falana, Others

THE SUN

  • Ekiti: Fayemi planning to frustrate Atiku’s campaign ‘ PDP
  • Abia: Kalu receives don, others into APC fold
  • I’m most credible to fix insecurity ‘ Gen. Useni
  • Buhari, Lalong’ll win with more votes ‘ Dabang
  • World Bank projects 2.2% GDP growth for Nigeria in 2019
  • 2019: Plateau voters’ll decide who they want ‘ Temlong
  • In Plateau, Lalong, Useni, Temlong battle for Rayfield House
  • Father begs Boko Haram son to surrender
  • Buhari: We’ll review salaries above minimum wage
  • We’re victims of fake news ‘ Osinbajo, Soyinka
  • 2019: INEC to deploy new security architecture
  • How will the South East vote
  • For the power game the medium also is the message (3)
  • Curbing violence against children

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