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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, July 11, 2019

The Guardian

  • Equity investors may lose dividend as non-performing loans rise
  • National Assembly leaders douse anger over ministerial list
  • Amidst concerns DMO puts Nigeria’s public debt at N25trn
  • Super Eagles squeeze past South Africa into semifinals
  • Major shuffle at NASA in rush to meet Trump’s moon deadline
  • NNPC hints of fuel pump price rise, says N145 cheapest in West Africa
  • ‘FG feeds 10m pupils daily’
  • Executive using N5m, jeep to placate us, Edo assembly members allege
  • Controversy over alleged endorsement of Akeredolu for second term in Ondo
  • PFN faults calls by protesters for Adeboye’s suspension
  • Troost-Ekong revels in ‘dream’ winner for Nigeria
  • Nigeria vs South Africa: Five things we learned
  • Djokovic, Agut into Wimbledon semifinals
  • Cote d’Ivoire’s boss warns against too much concentration on Mahrez
  • Nigeria beat Angola, qualify for FIBA U-16 Africa Championship quarterfinals
  • Egypt 2019 shows African football has grown, says Kanu
  • INEC, media, stakeholders brainstorm on credible elections
  • Kogi PDP stalwart alerts on parallel congresses over affirmative method
  • IPAC advocates constitutional amendment against defection
  • NUBIFIE to challenge Ecobank’s sacking of 1,200 workers
  • CBN limits daily standing deposit facility to N2 billion
  • Airtel share falls 10% on high stock price
  • How To Avoid Drama With The Other Women In Your Man’s Life
  • AFCON 2019: Rapper AKA Reacts To South Africa’s Loss To Nigeria
  • Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith Start New Multimedia Company ‘Westbrook Inc.’
  • Next level for disability law in Nigeria
  • Christianity in Nigeria: Irrelevance looms
  • The case for specialized medical universities – Part 2

(www.guardian.ng)

Punch

  • Presidential election results were doctored in my presence in Kaduna —PDP agent
  • Chinese customs intercepts 1,550 human placental extract injections
  • Spain goalkeeper Lopez leaves Betis for Roma
  • Nigeria vs South Africa: Okowa hails Super Eagles AFCON semi-final qualification
  • JUST IN: Buhari asks Senate to confirm Muhammad as CJN, seeks approval for 15 special advisers
  • Roach eager for Pacquiao, Mayweather rematch
  • VAR delay unsettled Super Eagles —Rohr
  • Man arrested after scaling Buckingham Palace gates
  • Protest: Shi’ites becoming insurgents like Boko Haram, say Reps, Senate seeks more security
  • Stop abusing your race, Ohanaeze warns Igbo politicians
  • Suicide: NAFDAC bans sale of Sniper, others in the open market
  • Insecurity: Leave Adeboye alone, take your protest to govt, CAN tells protesters
  • My goal against South Africa was a dream moment —Troost-Ekong
  • I think with time Chukwueze is going to be one of our best players  —Ahmed Musa
  • Traffic: Sanwo-Olu opens Lekki toll-gate to motorists
  • Traffic: Sanwo-Olu opens Lekki toll-gate to motorists
  • Girl goes missing during RCCG thanksgiving service
  • ICPC recovers constituency project equipment from Akwa Ibom home
  • Man killed over disagreement on faulty phone
  • Gunmen abduct Adamawa Permanent Secretary
  • NAFDAC shuts three ponmo factories in Lagos
  • Success’ viral video: Delta demolishes school, begins construction works
  • Gov laments Ijegun pipeline explosion, visits survivors
  • Fighting breaks out between Benue, Cross River communities
  • APC under pressure to reverse indirect primary in Kogi
  • Abiodun, Akinlade’s loyalists clash at Ogun gov tribunal
  • Ex-gov Idris son joins Kogi gov race
  • PDP group, Alaibe clash over large gov aspirants
  • Senate raises panel on Edo Assembly crisis
  • Our petition against Buhari won’t succeed, allow us to withdraw, PDM Chairman‎ tells

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Breaking: FG collects over N10tr from TSA 
  • Ex-Ekiti Senator, Arise loses mother 
  • Scientists reveal secrets of sex-changing fish 
  • Buhari seeks Senate’s confirmation of Justice Tanko Muhammed as CJN 
  • First goal for Nigeria excites Chukwueze
  • Edo Speaker appoints ex-lawmaker Chief of Staff 
  • Just in: Police to arraign Shi’ite members in Wuse, Life Camp court today 
  • Breaking: Buhari nominates Justice Muhammed as substantive CJN 
  • Ogun to set up cattle ranch soon, says Abiodun
  • Kogi primaries: We will be guided by our rules, says APC 
  • Mohammed, Fashola, Onu set to retain cabinet seats 
  • Lagos APC chieftain hail Oyetola’s victory 
  • Army holds medical outreach 
  • ‘Frequent change of police commissioners affects security’ 
  • Makinde transmits executive bill on anti-corruption agency to Assembly 
  • Hospital equipment found in private home
  • Edo lawmakers-elect denounce inauguration 
  • Bello: those accusing me of failure don’t visit Kogi 
  • Ekiti enacts law to fight land grabbers 
  • Oyetola cautions Okada riders against crimes 
  • Court awards over N5.5b damages against Customs over unlawful seizure of rice 
  • Osinbajo to military: defend Nigeria with your lives 
  • Don’t carry drugs to holy land, Dabiri-Erewa warns pilgrims 
  • COZA: Investigating team will unravel hidden issues, says CAN 
  • Reps urge Fed Govt to incorporate June 12 struggle into History curriculum
  • Lawan/Gbajabiamila: PDP probes members’ role  5
  • Buhari mourns Vice-Admiral Husaini Abdullahi 
  • Shi’ite protest: Lawan, IGP visit hospitalised policemen 
  • Senate seeks tighter security at National Assembly 
  • Only National Assembly can restructure Nigeria, says Osoba 
  • Woman ‘dupes Bureau de Change operator of N4.2m’ 
  • Panic as another pipeline explosion averted at Ijegun 
  • Adeboye reiterates position on national issues 
  • ‘Fake army captain,’ two others charged with forgery, assault 
  • NJC to Buhari: appoint Muhammad as substantive CJN 
  • Guard ‘defiles’ daughter, three other minors 
  • Anger in Senate over murder of Nigerian in South Africa
  • Ijegun fire: Lagos will ensure your comfort, Sanwo-Olu assures survivors 
  • Nigeria’s debt hits N24.9tr 

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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