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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, August 15, 2018

The Nation

  • Teacher in court for defrauding students of N151,000 WASCE fees
  • Consensual sex boosts immune system, reduces stress – Physician
  • Kaduna Assembly declares ex Dep. Speaker, other lawmaker’s seats vacant
  • 28 ministers in attendance as Osinbajo presides over FEC
  • Uber monthly passenger base in Nigeria hits 267,000
  • Police investigate alleged murder of man by his brother in Enugu
  • 30,000 to benefit from FG’s small-scale loan in Zamfara
  • Facebook: Nigerian women key to unlocking N19.7b for economy
  • Anger over Saraki’s refusal to recall National Assembly
  • Lagos APC for direct primary
  • Report: Banking access lowest in Northeast, Southeast
  • Osinbajo orders SARS’ overhaul
  • Electricity workers threaten to shut power, demand sack of MD
  • INEC to announce elections programme on Friday
  • Nigerian leaders should emulate Ayade, says Turaki
  • Spectranet rewards final batch of World Cup Promo winners
  • Chelsea’s Bakayoko joins AC Milan
  • Nigeria, Ghana risk being suspended over federation leadership crisis – FIFA
  • Late goal sends Falconets to quarter-finals
  • IHF TROPHY: Double victory for Team Nigeria
  • France 2018: Ajibade’s goal sends Falconets to Q/finals
  • France 2018: Nigeria advance to Quarter-Finals
  • FUT Minna Lecturer dismissed over sexual harassment
  • ‎ BUK student stabbed by assailant
  • UNILAG rap Artiste, Magixx signs record label deal
  • Students agonise over OAU’s loss of accreditation for Law, others
  • ‘Ethics, morality key to Nigeria’s progress’
  • The misadventure called Industrial Romance
  • A scholar’s passionate plea for STEM

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Vanguard

  • Champions League Title Not Vital For City’s Success, Says De Bruyne
  • S. Embassy Suspends Consular Services In Abuja Indefinitely
  • Coach Hails Nigeria’s Performance At World Powerlifting Africa Championships
  • Uber Monthly Passenger Base In Nigeria Hits 267,000
  • Kenya Target World Cup Ticket Against Namibia
  • Bread Shortages Hit Sudan
  • Chinese Fans Cry Foul Over Footballing Body’s Drastic Bans
  • Land Grabbers Invade Isoso Community With Over 200 Armed Thugs
  • SERAP Sues NYSC Over Failure To Publish Kemi Adeosun’s ‘Exemption Certificate’
  • Osun: APC Seeks Probe Of PDP For Allegedly Cloning PVCs
  • Cholera Outbreak Kills 28 In Kano
  • WARNING MEN – Why Erection Drugs Like Viagra Are Dangerous To Your Health And May Not Work For You
  • Prices Of Fuel, Cooking Gas, Diesel Decreased In July – NBS
  • DELSU Backs Down, Suspends Controversial Duty Register
  • Why We Established Admiralty University — Nigerian Navy
  • Nigeria Has Not Experienced True Leadership Since Independence – Aspirant
  • ‘Kwankwaso’ll Be In Kano At The Right Time’
  • FIRS Seals Off TCN Over Tax Default
  • Group Condemns Abuse Of Girl-Child In Imo
  • Tips On Verification Of Medically Unfit Employees
  • SARS: Osinbajo orders probe of abuses as IG rejigs squad
  • Champions League title not vital for City’s success, says De Bruyne
  • Coach hails Nigeria’s performance at World Powerlifting Africa Championships
  • Kenya target World Cup ticket against Namibia
  • Chinese fans cry foul over footballing body’s drastic bans
  • Govt interference: Nigeria, Ghana to face FIFA’s wrath
  • Messi skips Argentina friendlies, future in doubt

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Guardian

  • APC lawmakers set for Saraki’s impeachment
  • Danjuma sure Falconets will reach U-20 Women World Cup final
  • Osinbajo orders overhaul of police anti-robbery squad, SARS
  • Lagos All Progressives Congress opts for direct primary for 2019 elections
  • FG partners Saudi Arabia, WHO to lessen crowd-induced diseases at hajj
  • Floods close airport in Indian tourist hotspot of Kerala
  • US Embassy in Abuja shut down visa services ‘until further notice’
  • Women accused of assassinating Kim Jong Nam face key court ruling
  • MTN signs N200b loan with 12 banks for expansion purposes
  • Toddler missing for 3 days found alive
  • Bread shortages hit Sudan
  • FCMB, First Bank, Friesland, Leadway make Remita Cup semifinals in Lagos
  • LaLiga’s new season brings passion, excitement with every heartbeat
  • Diogu blames conflicting schedule for 2015 D’Tigers stars’ absence
  • Lagos secures five slots for National Youth Games
  • Delta lists gains of Asaba 2018 African Athletics Championship
  • Don’t allow Spain’s pedigree frighten you, Etim Esin tells Falconets
  • Lagos State Ranks Third Worst City To Live In The World
  • These Four Exercises Will Improve Your Sex Life
  • Taraji P Hanson Reads Men’s Minds In “What Men Want”. Watch The Trailer Here
  • Tokyo stocks down as Turkey jitters continue
  • 22 fuel-laden vessels berth Apapa ports this week
  • ‘Importation of sub-standard Asian steel threatening local manufacturers’ survival’
  • No pressure on Buhari to drop second term bid – Presidency
  • APC accuse Saraki of treason against Nigerian Government
  • Saraki has never acted in national interest, says Oshiomhole
  • Regulator mulls adjustment in ITR, LTR to tackle call masking menace
  • FG partners Chinese firm on smart classrooms, digital education
  • ‘Limited infrastructure putting pressure on QoS’
  • ‘No bribe will make 22 Benue lawmakers to work against the state’
  • Nicki Minaj Drops New Video For “Ganja Burn”
  • African youth speak against FGM on UN Youth Day

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Punch

  • Active intercourse life can make you look seven years younger —Physician
  • Champions League title not vital for Man City success –De Bruyne
  • PDP plans to rig Osun gov election, APC alleges
  • FCTA Resident doctors to lay down tools August 25
  • INEC extends voter registration till August 31
  • Toddler missing for three days in the woods found alive
  • Zimbabwe president challenges opposition petition against his election victory
  • BREAKING: Reps hold meeting with INEC on 2019 polls
  • Buhari will resume from vacation as scheduled –Presidency
  • I didn’t write new letter to Saraki, says Edwin Clark
  • SERAP sues NYSC boss over Adeosun’s exemption certificate
  • NNPC, investors to relocate refinery from Turkey to Nigeria
  • Federer opens with win over Gojowczyk, Kvitova ousts Williams
  • Shakeup looms at DSS as Buhari decides acting DG’s fate
  • Genoa bridge collapse a disaster ‘waiting to happen’
  • Active intercourse life can make you look seven years younger —Physician
  • Genoa bridge collapse a disaster ‘waiting to happen’
  • Man allegedly murders ailing brother over rising medical bills
  • Truck loses control, kills man, crushes 14 vehicles
  • One killed, three injured as militants attack bus
  • Lagos, Ibadan traders flood Katsina to buy Sallah rams
  • Man serving life sentence begins Master’s programme
  • Driver crushes LASTMA officer, flees to Ghana
  • Immigration arrests Libyan salon operator for human trafficking
  • PDP plans to rig Osun gov election, APC alleges
  • Zimbabwe president challenges opposition petition against his election victory
  • I didn’t write new letter to Saraki, says Edwin Clark
  • 2019: I’m qualified, not desperate to be President, says Atiku
  • Osun: We’ll dismantle APC rigging machine, PDP vows
  • INEC okays 91 parties for 2019 polls, disqualifies 121

(www.punchng.com/)

 

ThisDay

  • Saraki Calls for Independent Enquiry into DSS Siege
  • APC Accuses PDP of Plotting to Attack its Senators
  • Court Restrains Kwara Speaker, 22 Others from Suspending Popoola
  • Presidency: Buhari Returns Weekend
  • Saraki: It’s Sad the Kind of Leaders APC Has
  • Nwabueze, Igbo Elders Seek New Constitution Before 2019 Election
  • Special Needs Centre for Children Showcases Talents
  • Osinbajo Hails Onnoghen’s International Recognition
  • Kaduna Deputy Speaker Resigns Position
  • Presidency: Buhari Vetoed Electoral Act Amendment Bill to Prevent Constitutional Infraction
  • Saraki, Dogara: No Basis to Reconvene N’Assembly
  • Lagos Ranked World’s Third Worst City to Live in
  • Osinbajo Orders IG to Overhaul SARS
  • Tinubu: Obasanjo Can’t Stop Buhari in 2019
  • Ethiopian Airlines Not Favoured to Manage Nigeria Air, Says FG
  • NUJ Condemns Arrest, Detention of Premium Times Reporter
  • Political Logjam: CAN Declares Three-Day Prayers Nationwide
  • Electricity Workers Threaten to Shut down Power Nationwide
  • IGP Overhauls SARS
  • Despite Its Low Investment Profile, Africa Still Best Place to Invest
  • INEC Extends Voters Registration Exercise by Two Weeks, Registers 23 New…
  • NEPC DG Explains FG’s Zero- oil Policy Target (Video)
  • Presidency: Buhari Not under Foreign Pressure Not to Run
  • Kaduna Deputy Speaker Resigns
  • Financial Services Stocks Lead as Bears Tighten Grip on Equities Market
  • NNPC: Investors Relocate 100,000bd Brownfield Refinery from Turkey to Nigeria
  • Future Awards Africa Announces Commencement of 2018 Nominations
  • Osinbajo Orders IGP to Dismantle SARS
  • Mutual Benefits Opens Rights Issue
  • TEF Entrepreneurship Forum Holds October 25
  • Content Devt. Board Calls for Listing of Oil and…
  • GTBank Foresees 10% Loan Growth

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

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  • APC leaders strategise plot to impeach Saraki
  • Buhari’s vacation not extended — Presidency
  • No going back on Saraki’s removal — Oshiomohle
  • Ooni donates new building structure to orphanage home in Ibadan
  • Eid-el-Kabir: Osun offers free train service for sallah holiday makers
  • Nigeria can’t account for $82.5bn in ECA in 10 years
  • Nigeria Immigration Service nabs two Togolese with PVCs in Osun
  • Girl cuts off boyfriend’s manhood in Jigawa
  • IGP monitoring unit arrests 12 suspects in Rivers
  • Police arrest robbers, kidnappers of Rev fr, Kogi chief
  • Woman remanded in prison for throwing granddaughter into well
  • Australian archbishop avoids prison after concealing child abuse
  • Crash outside parliament in London treated as terrorism
  • Motorway bridge collapses in Italy
  • South Korea bans thousands of BMWs after engine fires
  • Keystone Bank: Emerging whiz-kid on the banking block
  • NNPC to establish 2 additional refineries in Warri, Port Harcourt
  • NBS says price of diesel dropped in July
  • CBN boosts forex market with $210m
  • Newborns could die if not breastfed 2 to 23 hours after birth – Expert
  • 1,500 deaths recorded in 2017 from explosives ― ICRC
  • Enugu gets Lassa fever treatment centre
  • US trains 44 Nigerian oncologists

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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