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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, February 12, 2019

PUNCH

  • The police have, not has Research reveals wonders of dragonflies, damselflies
  • UNILORIN alumni donate hostel
  • Don kicks against proposed dichotomy in accounting profession
  • Interest rates, others stall private sector funding for refineries
  • Seized N1.9bn: Shagaya frustrating our investigations, says EFCC
  • Polls: DSS threatens to arrest criminals, collaborators
  • FG, Customs unveil tools to combat wildlife trafficking
  • Court bars FG from freezing Onnoghens accounts
  • Cashless policy: NAMA automates transactions with airlines
  • Violence mars Buharis Ogun rally, crowd throws missiles at Oshiomhole, boos Tinubu
  • Minimum wage: Workers lobby senators to approve N30,000
  • CCT chair subject to FJSC, says Falana
  • Redeemers varsity matriculates 703
  • Obaseki extols virtues of late Ejoor
  • Lagos commodity exchange gets approval to begin operation
  • Court sacks Cross River APC candidates
  • Medviews share price drops to 15-month low
  • Ex-Oshiomholes aide, others in the dock
  • Sponsors and perpetrators of violence will be prosecuted Buhari
  • Six more killed as Effurun violence escalates
  • APC focused on rebuilding Nigeria, says Fashola
  • Armyll destroy Boko Harams links with Islamic State Buratai

VANGUARD

  • Poll: We’re here to observe, not monitor ‘ Observer team
  • Uduaghan vs Manager: The battle in the creeks
  • Traffic gridlock: We’ll sustain sanity in Apapa, environs ‘ Joint Task Force boss
  • Nigerians to access N10bn credit from CreditRegistry, others
  • Opposition kicks against siting collation centre near Govt House in Nasarawa
  • Multi-billion Naira Blue Water Lagos redefines Lekki skyline
  • Welders, Fitters want employment in IOCs
  • Onokpite urges youths to eschew violence
  • Obaseki assures of timely completion of Govt Science, Technical College at Egor campaign rally
  • Ijaw chief declares support for Uduaghan
  • Accord Party Reps candidate vows to end youth clashes in Ajeromi Ifelodun
  • War against energy crazy bills
  • Muslim-Muslim ticket: I am proud of my role in stopping Tinubu ‘ Saraki
  • Simultaneous accreditation, voting adopted from 2015 Commonwealth report ‘ INEC
  • Cabals bent on frustrating Buhari
  • We’ll publish campaign expenses of parties, engage EFCC, FIUto track politicians ‘ INEC
  • Breaking: Clinton cancels trip to Nigeria ahead of elections
  • Polls: I’m not an apostle of bloodshed ‘ Buhari
  • Frank to INEC, COAS: Prove your neutrality on February 16, March 2
  • FG, lack of commitment fuelling gas flaring ‘ Operators
  • LCCI challenges FIRS over gagging of bank accounts
  • NNRC proposes better resource management
  • Global deepwater oil production to hit new record in 2019

THE NATION

  • Alleged N544.1m contracts: EFCC detains ex-SGF Babachir
  • INEC engages EFCC, FIU, CBN, others to track campaign finance
  • NJC gives Onnoghen seven days to defend himself
  • APC to U.S. envoy: Buhari will win without rigging
  • Gunmen kidnap two Bowen varsity workers
  • Atiku in Rivers: I’m author of restructuring
  • Days to polls Politicians keep courts busy
  • Food, music, games as soldiers drop guns in Niger
  • Buhari leads Berlin Wall must fall mission to Kwara
  • Saraki replies APC leaders
  • Why were adopting simultaneous accreditation, voting by INEC boss
  • Buhari ll win, say polls
  • Buhari: I’m confident of winning
  • Why I want to return to Senate, by Ajimobi
  • Ekiti election: How PDP, Olusola lost
  • 2019: INEC engages anti-graft agencies to track campaign finance

THISDAY

  • Notes Before the Election: The Threat of Violence
  • Things Fall Apart, but is the President Aware
  • Globacom Assures of Last-mile Connectivity with Glo2 Roll Out
  • 9mobile Wins Award
  • NANS Names Nnamani Man of the Year
  • EZ-Farming Wins Start-up Competition
  • Global Currency Exchange Unveiled
  • Nigeria Spends $10bn Annually to Import Welders for Oil, Gas Sectors
  • NEITI: FAAC Allocation Not Enough to Fund States Budget
  • Despite Volatility, First Bank Affirms Support for Nigerias Oil Sector
  • ITF Trains 450,000 on Skills Acquisition
  • How to Enhance Job Creation in Nigeria
  • AfDB, ECOWAS, Sign Agreement for Study on Abidjan-Lagos Highway
  • Blue Water Lagos Presents Ultimate Lifestyle Community
  • Lifemate Furniture Celebrates Chinese New Year in Grand Style
  • Agusto & Co Assigns a Bb Rating to the Nigerian Insurance Industry
  • How a Healthy Africa Can Spur Economic Growth
  • Nigerian Economy Remains Vulnerable, Analysts Say
  • Sowores Challenge is for the Good of the Citizen
  • Kaduna Weighs Offer from El- Rufai, Ashiru
  • Guber Candidates Endorse Ugwuanyis Re-election Bid
  • (Updated) Vote for Any Candidate of Your Choice, Buhari Tells Ogun…
  • Holding Up the Promise for a Sustainable Nigeria

THE SUN

  • Buhari urges African leaders to stamp out corruption
  • Tainted alcohol kills 100 in India
  • Terrorism expanding in Sahel, AU security chief warns
  • Poll: People living with disability back Atiku
  • Alleged $3m bribery rocks Zamfara APC
  • Nasarawa south: Al-Makura no match for me ‘ Adokwe
  • How we’ll guide APC votes on Saturday ‘ Fashola
  • Akwa Ibom guber: Indigenes in North endorse Ekere
  • Presidential poll: Atiku has already won, says ex-Ogun gov, Daniel
  • Recovered loots to be deployed for infrastructure ‘Buhari
  • Umahi, Ogbuoji tango over alleged rigging plot
  • APC’ll regret losing Kwankwaso ‘Nkire
  • Igbo World Union supports Buhari, makes demands
  • FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019: Oshoala anticipating slick Super Falcons in France
  • Ola Aina named in Italian Serie A Team Of The Week
  • NFF, Dalung mourn Ogunjobi’s death
  • Lagos Media Marathon gets new date
  • Ahead of AFCON showdown against Mali: Rohr reveals Flying Eagles strength, weakness
  • Royalties: FG to revoke licenses of debtor oil firms
  • Late passage of 2019 budget, others ‘ll moderate 2019 growth ‘ICAN
  • ENA Prospects, MTN tackle pre-registered SIM card agents
  • BUA rewards customers with 25 cars, cash gifts
  • Customers await outcome of Access, Diamond banks’ merger

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