Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, November 27, 2018

The Nation

  • Man, 30, in court over alleged theft of government bicycle
  • Accident: Five die,two injured on Sagamu-Abeokuta expressway
  • Court remands two brothers over alleged membership of secret cult
  • Plumber docked over alleged N170, 000 fraud
  • Update: 2018 Osun governorship inauguration
  • Akiolu to Sanwo-Olu: beware of sycophants
  • ‘Akpabio maybe the last Annang governor’
  • El-Rufai: my re-election almost done deal
  • How Ajudua duped me of $8.4 million, by Bamaiyi
  • Police killing: Court awards N7.9m as compensation to widow
  • Change of guard as Oyetola takes over in Osun
  • ‘We should retain death penalty in our statute books’
  • Army arrests suspected kidnappers
  • Gani Adams insists on restructuring
  • Ortom to report Akume to Tiv Council over comments on killings
  • Aregbesola committed to Western Nigeria Governor’s Cup
  • Mikel Visits Tinubu at Bourdillon to promote football
  • Carl Ikeme’s illness my biggest regret- Gernot Rohr
  • Madrid eye champions league consolidation against Roma
  • Super Falcons to know world cup opponents December 8
  • Nigeria’s taxpayer population hits 33m, says Fowler
  • Fed Govt goes tough on arbitrary port charges
  • Wepay: Nigeria’s e-commerce space untapped
  • 2019: Between Buhari and Atiku
  • ‘APGA will determine who wins presidency’
  • Arewa community backs APC, Sanwo-Olu




  • Tokyo 2020: Japan allows North Korean sports minister in for meetings
  • Putin warns against ‘reckless’ moves after Ukraine declares martial law
  • Five die, two injured as two cars collide in Ogun
  • Tekno takes time off music due to damaged vocal box
  • Trump considers national TV to counter CNN
  • Calls mount to leave US missionary’s body on tribe’s island
  • UK student jailed by UAE for spying returns to London
  • Buhari appoints Kabiru Bala as High Commissioner to South Africa
  • ICYMI: Again, FG, ASUU meeting deadlocked as strike continues
  • Snapchat selfie sparks terror scare on Indian flight
  • Liverpool vs PSG: Time for Reds to show Champions League teeth
  • #MeToo: Theologians publish ‘Women’s Bible’
  • Robbers allegedly steal babies at Calabar varsity teaching hospital
  • Financial sector professionals hangout in Lagos
  • Investments in banks decline as stocks tumble
  • Robbers allegedly steal babies at Calabar varsity teaching hospital
  • Estate agent accused of raping American he lured to Nigeria
  • Police arraign housewife for assaulting rival
  • 13 convicted for withdrawing girls from school
  • One injured, properties destroyed as fire gut buildings in Lagos
  • Royal reunions strengthen University of Dundee’s Nigerian links
  • Veteran Nollywood Actor, Richard Mofe Damijo Becomes Landlagos Brand Ambassador
  • It’s a Movement! Femfunds Hosts Over 1000 Female Entrepreneurs in Lagos
  • ‘Don’t work against APC’
  • Be wary of friends, Akiolu tells Sanwo-Olu
  • My re-election, almost a done deal, el-Rufai boasts
  • Hearing begins in Oni’s suit against Fayemi
  • Ekiti poll is INEC’s best, Fayemi’s witness tells tribunal
  • Akwa Ibom CP tasks political parties on peaceful campaigns



The Guardian

  • Buhari cautions Oshiomhole, okays suit by APC members
  • As Nigeria struggles with N30,000, South Africa increases minimum wage to N126,480
  • Presidency, Senate, Reps assure Nigerians of PIGB passage
  • Ex-Trump advisor Papadopoulos imprisoned in Russia probe
  • No hiding place for Super Falcons, Lionesses vow
  • Oniru, Ojomu endorse Sanwo-Olu
  • Akwa Ibom assembly under seige again
  • Buhari ignored intelligence on Borno killings, South African firm alleges
  • DSS rescues American ‘abducted’ in Lagos by internet lover
  • Nigeria’s fiscal deficit may further widen, World Bank warns
  • MFM’s Shalom Chorale wins BBC choir competition
  • Sports minister unaware of Super Sand Eagles lack of preparation
  • Ebewele wants Presidency to probe Dalung’s N1.3 billion request for sports festival
  • Mikel seeks Tinubu’s support for ‘Next Nigerian Football Superstar’ project
  • Man City to decide Lyon’s fate in Champions League duel
  • Ambode receives torch of unity for National Sport Festival
  • Solari banks on changes against Rome for qualification into next stage
  • Expand tax net, not tax rate
  • Ernest Maduauchi Ojukwu (SAN)
  • Bold Flavour, Rich Experience: Guinness Presents The “Flavour Rooms”
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  • Beyonce’s Coachella Dancer, Diddi, To Storm Lagos for New Dance Competition “The Cut”
  • PRP as emergent third force in Kano, Kaduna politics
  • ‘My father’s death altered Kogi politics’
  • ‘Reject N-Power, Trader-Moni for jobs in NNPC, CBN’
  • What will Nigeria look like in 2058?
  • Germany invests €20m to address unemployment, migration in Nigeria
  • Why corruption persists in Nigeria
  • Identity and the “North Central” Nigerian – Part 1
  • Audacity of climbing saga



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