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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, November 1, 2018

The Guardian

  • Minimum wage row gets messier
  • I’m too old to learn new tricks, says Oshiomhole
  • NFF names members of Reform Committee
  • Scientists near malaria elimination
  • Nigeria slips in ease of doing business ranking
  • WHO counters Zimbabwean preacher’s HIV cure claim
  • We have influenced over a hundred thousand women in 17 years- Wimbiz
  • Boko Haram attacks kill 12 in Borno
  • South Korea president says North’s Kim to visit Seoul ‘soon’
  • 11 pregnant women, 130 others return from Libya
  • Rivers trains 25,000 job seekers to tackle unemployment
  • Serena can still grab Slams record, says Keys
  • South Korean World Cup footballer banned over military service fakes
  • Ex-Arsenal chief uses power of football in prison to cut re-offending rates
  • Juventus officially sever CEO Marotta’s contract
  • Chelsea beat Lampard’s Derby in League Cup Halloween thriller
  • VAR to be used in CAF Champions League final for first time
  • Ariana Grande Covers Matching Pete Davidson Tattoo
  • Steve Maddens Apologises For Calling Nicki Minaj “A Liar”
  • Reekado Banks Releases Short Film, Music Video For “Blessings On Me”
  • South-West PDP, Lagos APC leaders rework strategies for 2019
  • ‘We won’t lose sleep over Atiku in Sokoto’
  • Osun poll: Omisore reacts as Afenifere suspends him
  • MAN, NACCIMA, others differ on AfCFTA pact signing
  • FEC approves leather policy to enhance indigenous technology
  • Lagos cautioned against hasty termination of Visionscape contract
  • Experts meet in Lagos to tackle leadership problems in sector
  • Firm targets improved competitiveness, capacity with CSR initiative
  • NSE’s ex-president seeks entrepreneurship growth at convocation

(www.guardian.ng)       

 

Punch

  • Fresh cholera outbreak kills five in Gombe
  • Google workers walk out to protest office harassment, inequality
  • Ex-agitators to get vocational training in oil, gas – Amnesty office
  • Court orders police to stop action on students protesting against Brazil’s president-elect
  • Socceroos sweat over Arzani after Celtic injury
  • Babies born to men older than 35 may have higher risk of health problems — Study
  • Boko Haram kills 12 in Borno villages
  • Serena can still grab Slams record, says Keys
  • No cure for HIV in Zimbabwe, says WHO
  • Alleged bribery: Kano Assembly probe panel summons Ganduje
  • BREXIT: Britain, EU strike financial services deal –Report
  • Man in trouble for allegedly selling poisonous meat
  • Housemaid flees with boss property
  • Lekki pastor, ex-lover at war over viral sex video
  • Police arrest ex-convicts for robbery, recover vehicles
  • Command nabs man for snatching motorcycle
  • Police nab kidnappers of corps members
  • Kashamu’s group names Gbenga Daniel, Reuben Abati as PDP senatorial, deputy gov candidates
  • Tinubu meets Buhari, opposes call for Oshiomhole’s removal
  • Be faithful to your country, Buhari counsels angry APC aspirants
  • BREXIT: Britain, EU strike financial services deal –Report
  • Kaduna refinery stays dormant as NNPC loses N10.96bn
  • Payers to bear charges as new TSA regime begins

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Nation

  • Imo: My name has not been dropped – Nwosu
  • Suspended NHIS Boss drags Ministers, NHIS to court
  • Lecturer drags Osun Poly to court over alleged unlawful termination
  • Man in court over alleged house breaking, stealing
  • Man docked over alleged rape of minor
  • Blackout in Benin as BEDC picketing enters day two
  • FG tasked on lasting solution to flood onslaught
  • Man charged with sexual assault
  • Anti-Amosun protest rocks Ogun over threat to demolish buildings of Abiodun’s allies
  • Court joins Oyetola, Alabi in suit on Osun APC primary
  • Abia court refuses to transfer APC’s case
  • OAU medical students reject ‘exploitative’ training fee
  • Togolese chef allegedly kills master in Lagos
  • Why I want to govern Ogun, by AD candidate
  • ‘Abuja-based APC chieftains causing problem in Imo’
  • Ogoni Cleanup to commence this month
  • Appeal Court dismisses suit against Fayemi’s SIEC, others
  • Adeleke, four others arraigned for alleged exam malpractices
  • Fed Govt moves to settle oil marketers
  • I didn’t nominate Peter Obi, says Wike
  • We’ll reconcile with Amosun, Okorocha, Yari, says Oshiomhole
  • PDP plans ward-to-ward campaign
  • Governors’ position on minimum wage unsettles workers
  • Ibrahim: Buhari ‘ll win conveniently
  • 2019: Why Atiku’s dream will crash, by Tinubu
  • ‘Make Kaduna dry port attractive’
  • Man accused of stealing
  • Ondo CJ frees convict
  • Army finds body of missing General
  • Books for MultiChoice Talent Factory Library

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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