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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, November 13, 2018


  • Probe Borno bailout, PDP chief tells Buhari
  • Minister faults US agency reports on rice importation
  • Reps probe N30bn NIMASA contracts, summon Peterside, Wabote
  • $12m contract: Uzodinma released, returns for grilling today
  • UK delaying Diezanis prosecution Magu
  • Senatell ensure speedy passage of minimum wage bill Spokesperson
  • Universities must lead on Sustainable Development Goals
  • You only solicit, you dont solicit for
  • Benefits of rooting your Android phone
  • Alleged fraud: I testified against Shema under duress, says defendant
  • Diamond Bank denies talks about merger, acquisition
  • 20 firms risk delisting from stock market
  • SEC committed to boosting investor education Uduk
  • Quitting paid job for entrepreneurship
  • Teleology takes over 9mobile, appoints directors
  • SAHCO renews ground handling contract with Arik
  • Power generation falls below 4,000MW as Discos reject load
  • Actis, Westmont joint venture acquires Four Points by Sheraton
  • Defunct Skye Banks directors being probed for insider abuse, others NDIC
  • FG, foreign agencies to sign $956m power transmission deals
  • AFAR faults handling of $148bn loss by Nigeria, others
  • E-payment reduces currency outside bank CBN
  • FG borrowed over N2tn to fund 2017 budget DMO




  • 1,801 killed, 50,212 displaced in recent Plateau attacks ‘ Committee
  • Ex-militants to oil firms: Leave A-Ibom or risk attack
  • Emotan Gardens will redefine Edo housing skyline ‘ Lawrence
  • Court revokes Orji Kalu’s bail, orders his arrest
  • 7bn fraud: Ladoja, aide to open defence Nov 20
  • Pere of Tuomo Kingdom gets staff of office
  • FG urged to enforce right of worship
  • A’Ibom rice farmers lament FG’s refusal to release funds
  • INEC: PDP allays fears over Tambuwal’s omission
  • Plane search: Buhari, Atiku at each other’s throats
  • Alleged $12m fraud: Why we released Uzodinma
  • Tricycle owners appeal to govt, NURTW, RTEAN to obey court order
  • Bayelsa traditional rulers meet over insecurity
  • Nosak Group plans multi-billion naira investment in Edo
  • Congo visits Kogi to study YESSO, SIP
  • Depoliticising the ‘Trader Moni’ scheme
  • NAICOM to commence SIP from next year
  • We’ll push for policies to support power sector devt -Senate committee
  • Mobile money operators exempted in SANEF programme ‘ AMMAN
  • Naira down to N363.89/$ in I&E window
  • Illegal refineries constitute economic sabotage, environmental hazards -Eroton
  • Fuel Supply: NNPC set to control more than 14% market share
  • Implications of continued slide in oil price ‘ FSDH Research




  • Stakeholders seek completion of Epe-Mojoda road dualisation, call for urgent action on Epe -Ijebu Ode road
  • Kwara 2019 elections: A race like no other
  • Govt should declare state of emergency in agriculture research sector ‘Professor Adebowale
  • N30,000 Minimum Wage: Wabba; Ajaero warn executive, legislature against further delay
  • We need ICT Development Bank in Nigeria ‘Folayan
  • Oyo and a disintegrated empire
  • Poultry industry will drive Nigeria’s economy if’ ‘PAN National President
  • Day HID asked: ‘God still exists
  • Don proffers solutions to herdersfarmers clashes
  • FG committed to adherence to ILO standards ‘Ocheni
  • Airtel has the widest 4G coverage in Nigeria ‘MD
  • Stan Lee, Marvel Comics icon, dies at 95
  • Death toll from California wildfire reaches 29
  • Suicide bomber kills six in Afghan capital
  • Khashoggi’s fiancee, friends demand justice at memorial




  • 5 ‘foreign’ Eagles hit Asaba for Bafana clash
  • Chukwueze’s goal nominated for Laliga Goal Of The Week
  • Onyekuru makes Turkish Super Lig Team of the week
  • Lagos SWAN nominates members into LSSA
  • ATP ranking: Djokovic retains world’s no 1
  • CAF names lucky ref for Nigeria, S/Africa tie
  • Falode condoles Ajuma Otache’s family
  • Brazil drops Coutinho, Marcelo
  • Messi scoops La Liga MVP, Pichichi awards
  • Ribery slaps reporter
  • Harness energy sectorpotential, FG urged
  • Ban on JTB emblem still in force
  • Transformation of Lagos, eastern seaports coming
  • Market indicators plunges 0.18% as bearish trends persist
  • Diamond, Access banks refute purported merger talks, notify NSE
  • FG trains 700,000 farmers in modern agric
  • How NDIC should pay customers of failed banks ‘ Ruwase, LCCI boss
  • NAPE rules out 40bn bbls oil reserve target
  • Teleology takes over 9mobile, appoints new board
  • Atiku’s jet search: FG’s response afterthought ‘ Campaign organisation
  • Kalu’s lawyer explains absence as court revokes bail
  • Anambra innovation centre: Brainchild of Gov Obiano




  • How mobile phones cause cancer, depression
  • Afelokhai, Onyekuru, Iheanacho are early birds as Eagles begin training today
  • Court frees Indian businessman over alleged N120m fraud
  • Diabetes cases may rise to 642m in 2040
  • Epiphany Azinge (SAN): A worthy fellow
  • 141,000 children died of pneumonia in 2016
  • Re: Revisiting Jonathan’s single term proposal
  • Lassa fever kills two, infects five in Edo, Ebonyi, Ondo
  • Adegboruwa pledges to elevate African Bar Association
  • Why science is relevant to daily lives, by minister




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