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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, October 16, 2018

The Nation

  • Photographers task government to invest in photojournalism
  • Control of blood sugar reduces diabetes – Expert
  • Abuse of painkillers can cause kidney failure – expert
  • ‘My husband attacks me with deadly weapon’
  • Anambra FJP chairman drums support for presidential candidate
  • Man docked over alleged attempt to steal phones
  • Indonesia warns Australia over possible Jerusalem move
  • Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies of cancer
  • Rain in Ado-Ekiti ahead of Fayemi’s inauguration
  • EFCC Gombe Zonal office gets new head of operations
  • mNBS says petrol price increased to N147 in September
  • Tambuwal, Makarfi pledge support for Atiku as Dickson, others visit
  • Pastor ‘absconds with N1.2m car’
  • Ex-minister’s family petitions IGP
  • Togolese ‘rapes’ teenagers in Lagos
  • Musa eyes victory in Sfax
  • Lagos targets 150, 000 participants for 2019 Marathon
  • Mutual Benefits National Badminton Championship begins Nov 6
  • Basketball chief, Baumann, dies of heart attack
  • Belgium defender, Vermaelen, suffers fresh injury
  • KELECHI NWAKALI My special relationship with Kanu
  • LAWRENCE ACHUDUME’I was once tagged sinner for playing football’

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

The Guardian

  • PDP wants CJN to protect judiciary from fascist policies
  • Fresh trouble for minimum wage
  • Government affirms new strategy for revenue, debt management
  • Boko Haram kills another aid worker as deadline expires
  • UN rights chief calls to lift Saudi ‘immunity’ over Khashoggi
  • Zika virus outbreak affects 72 people in India
  • Saraki appointed Atiku campaign director by PDP
  • Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies of cancer complications
  • Lawyer arraigned for allegedly forging court judgment
  • CISLAC pledges free legal services for the less-privileged, women
  • Libya vows revenge as Eagles seek another win
  • Enugu Rangers mobilise supporters, expect tough fight from Kano Pillars
  • Mutual Benefits badminton competition holds November 6
  • Team Leadway Assurance shines as top juniors record upset wins
  • Lagos expects 150,000 runners at 2019 Access Bank marathon
  • Wounded Germany confront world champions, France today
  • Boko Haram kills another aid worker
  • PDP wants CJN to protect judiciary from fascist policies
  • Fresh trouble for minimum wage
  • Government affirms new strategy for revenue, debt management
  • Boko Haram kills another aid worker as deadline expires
  • UN rights chief calls to lift Saudi ‘immunity’ over Khashoggi
  • Zika virus outbreak affects 72 people in India
  • Saraki appointed Atiku campaign director by PDP
  • Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies of cancer complications
  • Lawyer arraigned for allegedly forging court judgment
  • CISLAC pledges free legal services for the less-privileged, women
  • Nigerian traders accuse Ghana of Xenophobic attacks
  • Donald Duke accuses Buhari, APC of lying to Nigerians
  • Hurricane Michael death toll expected to climb
  • Libya vows revenge as Eagles seek another win
  • Enugu Rangers mobilise supporters, expect tough fight from Kano Pillars
  • Mutual Benefits badminton competition holds November 6
  • Team Leadway Assurance shines as top juniors record upset wins
  • Lagos expects 150,000 runners at 2019 Access Bank marathon
  • Wounded Germany confront world champions, France today
  • Buhari’s curious request on loot recovery
  • KWSUBEB debunks story on teaching jobs
  • Femi Falana Urges Presidential Aspirants To Listen To Fela’s Music For This Reason
  • The Visuals For Gbana By Popito And Skales Takes Us Back To The 90s
  • Kanye West Talks Tourism With Ugandan President
  • Yoruba group slams ‘anti-Southwest’ PDP campaign council
  • Protesters reject Cross River PDP guber primaries
  • ‘Nigerians can’t choose between two evils

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Punch

  • Flood: 17,631 people need relief materials in Niger –NEMA
  • B’Haram: Reps seek urgent release of last aide worker, Leah
  • US defence chief says Trump is ‘100 percent’ with him
  • My husband attacks me with knife, bottle, woman tells court
  • UAE charges student with spying
  • Private investors ready to invest $3.23bn in mining sector –Minister
  • PDP names Saraki, DG of Atiku Presidential Campaign Council
  • Sterling shines as England defeat Spain
  • LAUTECH students protest fee hike to N250,000
  • Price of cooking gas, kerosene increased in September –NBS
  • Facebook to ban misinformation on voting in upcoming US elections
  • Egypt remains Africa’s largest FDI recipient –UNCTAD
  • Sex-for-marks: Blame academically weak students –Okebukola
  • BREAKING: UN rights chief calls for removal of Saudi officials’ immunity in Khashoggi case
  • Tokyo 2020: New Japan hotels must be wheelchair accessible –Govt.
  • Flood: 17,631 people need relief materials in Niger –NEMA
  • My husband attacks me with knife, bottle, woman tells court
  • Price of cooking gas, kerosene increased in September –NBS
  • Man kidnaps cheating girlfriend’s mother, collects ransom
  • Oil workers block Imo Govt House, demand salaries
  • Lagos businessmen arrested for allegedly stealing spare parts
  • Sergeant assaults okada rider over N50 bribe in Ebonyi
  • Family kicks as police gun down ex-finance minister’s daughter
  • Vigilance group nabs killer of DSS officia
  • PDP names Saraki, DG of Atiku Presidential Campaign Council
  • Judge withdraws from Ogun PDP suit against Secondus
  • 2019: Yoruba group hails Obasanjo for endorsing Atiku
  • APC remains barred from elections in Zamfara, INEC insists
  • Yemen president sacks prime minister amid economic woes
  • Okorocha, Masari silent after meeting with Buhari

(www.punchng.com)

 

 

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