Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, March 19, 2019


  • Bauchi, Plateau govs visit Buhari over inconclusive polls
  • Initiatives to reduce data cost important Ehimuan-Chiazor
  • PDP chief asks INEC to allow Atiku access to electoral materials
  • Perform or be sacked, Obiano tells aides
  • Money is not for spending
  • Five firms bid for Afam, Yola power companies
  • FG to redeem N139.6bn Treasury bills, bonds as CBN auctions N48.6bn T-bills this week
  • Endless glowing tributes on Pius Adesanmi
  • Textile industry: Emefiele faults LCCI position on forex restriction
  • Transition gap: A looters charter
  • Nigerias export to France, Spain, three others hit N2.286tn
  • Apapa Customs generates N61bn revenue in two months
  • FG recorded N977bn expenditure shortfall in 2017 FRC
  • CBN plans single-digit interest loan for oil palm producers
  • NIHSA to regulate underground water extraction
  • Why supreme audit institutions are not appreciated AGF
  • CBN sets N50m capital for Tier 2 microfinance banks
  • Debt management as strategy to managing cashflow problems
  • Heritage Bank urges start-ups to make Nigeria ICT hub
  • Buying interests dominate bond market as yield declines
  • Avon HMO urges states to take health insurance
  • Zenith Bank to pay N87.81bn dividends to shareholders
  • Alleged withdrawals: Imo doesnt have N17bn, Okorocha tells Ihedioha


  • IBEDC cuts power to Ijeshaland over attack on staff: Protesting youths attack journalists in Ilesa
  • Court adjourns NBA Prersident’s trial till April 17
  • FG cuts oil output by 400,000 bpd
  • Expert links treatment failure to fake drugs
  • Man kills brother-in-law over N30,000 debt in Ondo
  • ALLEGED N2.2BN FRAUD: Court admits evidence against Fayose
  • SDP NASS candidate drags INEC to tribunal
  • AXA Mansard promotes youth sports at world school games
  • MASSOB condemns killings in Ebonyi, Kaduna, Taraba, others by herdsmen
  • Group charges S-East govs to partner FG for devt
  • Anambra: Atiku support group warns PDP against compromise with APC
  • Buhari’s election’ll further develop N-Delta ‘ Group
  • March 23 re-run polls in Plateau, a walk-over ‘ Lalong
  • Herders/farmers crisis, others my top priority ‘Yero, Senator-elect
  • Rivers: How Wike’s police details brutalised us ‘Injured soldiers
  • OML 11: Ogoni people must be consulted before any decision ‘HOSCON
  • Ekiti moves against rapists, child abusers
  • Confusion over reports of fresh building collapse on Lagos Island
  • PDM protests exclusion, rejects Bauchi Gov result
  • Why Sanw-Olu, deputy governor-elect met Buhari in Aso Rock
  • Inconclusive Polls: I am pursuing the legal angle ‘ Bauchi Governo
  • Cheapening of lives in Nigeria
  • Limiting number of political parties


  • Boko Haram terrorists attack Adamawa community
  • Neither here nor there
  • PDP alleges intimidation of collation officers
  • Shiroro Hotel: down and out
  • Why I ordered Onnoghens suspension, by CCT chair
  • Anxiety in Benue, Kano, Bauchi ahead of elections
  • Soldiers recall night of horror in Rivers
  • CBN eyes $10b revenue from palm oil
  • How we probed suspended CJN, by CCB investigator
  • NBA presidents trial: Defence seeks summary of witnesses evidence
  • Presidential election: PDP, Atiku file petition a day to deadline
  • Rep Olatoyes killing: Justice ll be done, says Oyo CP
  • Army faults INECs position on Rivers elections
  • Akwa Ibom: How underdog tag helped Emmanuel
  • Power of elections
  • Ibarapa agitates for Oyo Speaker
  • Sanwo-Olu will not disappoint Lagosians
  • Group accuses Ebonyi APC governorship candidate of diverting campaign funds
  • Freight forwarders deplore port concession
  • New CAC for Apapa port
  • Our results show exceptional financial health, says Zenith Bank
  • NB pioneers first solar powered brewery
  • Enterprises in fear of post-digitilisaton


  • Shell: Erosion of Business Environment May Affect Our Nigerian Operations
  • NB Pioneers First Solar Powered Brewery in Africa
  • GOTV SCUTTLES DSO, TARGETS NBC, MODIBBO: Major Anti Graft Agency Fingered
  • Constituents Have Rights to Question, Correct Me, Says Senator Adeola
  • Dennerby Calls 30 Home-based Players to Camp
  • NPFL: Bassey Dedicates Akwa Utds Victory over Heartland to Gov Udom
  • Governorship Election: Army Rejects INEC’s Report on Rivers
  • Bauchi Gov to Challenge Cancellation of Rerun Polls in Court
  • FIRS Arraigns Companies, Three Others over Tax Evasion, Assault on Staff
  • Oladepo: Nigeria’s Regulatory Environment Fraught with Challenges
  • Firm to Support Solar Entrepreneurs
  • LCCI Faults Forex Ban on Textile Products
  • Samsung Has Transformed Nigeria into FPSO Construction Hub, Says NCDMB
  • APC to Challenge C’River Elections Outcome at Tribunal
  • Doorstep Dispatch Services Firm Unveiled.
  • Complete Abeokuta-Ibadan Rail Project before May, FG Orders CCECC


  • No certificate of return for Okorocha, INEC insists
  • Tokyo 2020 warns over lack of buses for Olympic, Paralympic Games
  • Poll lapses: Blame card reader, not Buhari, group tells Obi
  • Wilder: Why I rejected $100m deal
  • Ighalo, Iwobi, Ajayi early birds in Eagles’ camp
  • Election victory: Enugu workers congratulate Ugwuanyi
  • U-23 AFCON Qualifier: Awoniyi, Dennis storm Tunis
  • Inconclusive polls: PDP chieftain tasks Buhari on neutrality
  • UEFA charges Ronaldo over celebration
  • Alleged anti-party activities: APC suspends Airhiavbere in Edo
  • Kano elders seek violence-free rerun elections
  • Belgian League: Osimhen scores 12th goal to wrap up season
  • France 2019: Dennerby calls 30 home girls to camp
  • Plateau guber: No matter how many times INEC conducts elections, I’ll win ‘Lalong
  • Says don’t expect too much from Falcons
  • Ihedioha’ll fall if he fails to probe Okorocha-Ekechi
  • Buhari must improve power generation, distribution ‘Ademosu
  • Mosque shootings: England to pay tribute to New Zealand victims
  • Pacquiao, Spence Jr challenge possible
  • Inconclusive elections: APC wants to replicate ‘Osun option’ ‘Tanko
  • Reasons you should open savings account
  • WorldPay payments firm in $43bn sale to US rival
  • IBM says banks consider following JPMorgan into digital currency



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