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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, November 27, 2019

The Nation

  • JUST IN: Tension at INEC headquarters as security operatives deny Melaye entrance 
  • How I was kidnapped, extorted by policemen- Fashion designer 
  • Seven sentenced to death for Bangladesh cafe attack 
  • Ohanaeze seeks justice for Air Peace boss Onyema 
  • It’s time for Nigeria to look beyond oil, says NSIA boss 
  • Edo 2020: Obaseki and politics of endorsement 
  • Kogi West: As Adeyemi, Melaye go back to the trenches 
  • Don Jazzy promises N1m to Beatz Awards 
  • Jaiye Kuti clears air on relationship with Pasuma 
  • Ajaokuta agreement: Reps ask Buhari for details 
  • $18 billion Brass LNG project for review 
  • UEFA Champions League: Osimhen’s scoring form to trouble Ajax 
  • Free-scoring Okpotu reveals scoring secret in Tunisian League 
  • NDDC and the imperative of Buhari’s intervention 
  • Social media/hate speech legislation and authoritarianism 
  • Minister urges schools to embrace sports 
  • What Nigerians need is anti-poverty bill 
  • UN renews support for anti-graft war, insecurity 
  • 147 make First Class as Law School calls 4,458 to Bar 
  • Dangote, Elumelu, Omatseye, others for national award 
  • Police Trust Fund to take off January 
  • What Benin must do on border closure, by Obasanjo 
  • Buhari removing 100m Nigerians from poverty, says Akume 
  • ASUU seeks buy-in for own payroll system 
  • Senate pushes against limitation on rape trial 
  • Amnesty coming for cultists, others in Lagos, says Sanwo-Olu 
  • AGF, CCT, others seek public officers’ support for anti-graft drive
  • Gunmen kill two policemen in Adamawa 
  • World’s best pension system pushed to the brink 
  • Why Jonathan is angry with PDP, by Presidency 
  • $57 budget 2020 oil benchmark unrealistic, says CBN 
  • Senate kicks as President submits NDDC’s Budget  
  • Court grants Maina’s son Faisal N60m bail 
  • Fed Govt to oil firms: pay outstanding N20tr debt
  • ‘Border closure choking small businesses’ 
  • Court adjourns trial of Usman, Fani-Kayode till December 2
  • Making a living as a barber 
  • ‘Money laundering’: Ex-PDP spokesman Metuh knows fate February 25 
  • For Elumelu, Dangote, Otedola, Danjuma, charity begins at home
  • Boost for green entrepreneurship 
  • Reps to probe security breaches in Kogi, Bayelsa polls
  • Minimum wage: Workers to have bumper harvest in December 
  • Senate urges Fed Govt to upgrade Ibadan Airport
  • Sanwo-Olu hails past heads of service, perm secs 
  • Lagos to prosecute 12 for attacking task force operatives 
  • Makinde to release N500m for LAUTECH 
  • Sanwo-Olu to victims of rape: speak out
  • Lagos to register churches, mosques 
  • Ogun to ensure zero tolerance for potholes 
  • I’ll rely on intelligence, says Kano CP 
  • ‘Pupils drug teachers to cheat during exams’
  • Police warn Abuja residents against fireworks at Yuletide 
  • My wife sleeps with our landlord, man tells court
  • Bodies were on me, crash survivor tells court 
  • Police turn to technology for pipeline protection
  • $1m scam: Kirikiri prison boss held over partying inmate 
  • Another priest kidnapped in Enugu 
  • In the throes of stamp duty charge
  • Police substitute charge in 24 UNIOSUN workers’ case 
  • ‘Tackling macroeconomic concerns will attract foreign investors’

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • Buhari, ministers hold FEC meeting
  • Court fixes ex-Lagos Speaker, Ikuforiji’s re-arraignment for Dec. 11
  • IPPIS: UNIPORT students disrupt ASUU meeting
  • BREAKING: Tension in INEC as security operatives bar Melaye, journalists from gaining entrance
  • Manchester City owners in record valuation after US investment
  • Four migrants die trying to reach Spain, several missing
  • Why policemen collect bribe – IGP
  • Farmers, auto firms want borders closed indefinitely
  • IPPIS: Unregistered lecturers may forfeit Dec salary
  • Shema trial: No written evidence, witness tells court
  • Lagos policemen abducted me, extorted N185,000 via bank transfer –Fashion designer
  • 7 Islamist militants sentenced to death for Bangladesh cafe attack
  • WikiLeaks: Australia PM turns down plea to bring Assange home
  • Boko Haram: Allegation against Turkey, serious security issue, says DHQ
  • LASG, NIREC agree on registration of churches, mosques
  • Lagos policemen abducted me, extorted N185,000 via bank transfer –Fashion designer
  • Osun driver arraigned for causing six persons’ death
  • Task force to prosecute hoodlums for attacking officials
  • Missing child: Group knocks police for shoddy investigation
  • Woman stabs lover to death over another affair
  • 23-year-old lady caught with 23 ATM cards hidden in her genitals
  • Motorcyclist rescuing accident victim electrocuted in Lagos
  • Clash by rival groups claims one in Ebonyi
  • Woman allegedly pours hot water on husband’s ex-wife
  • Lalong presents N172bn budget for 2020
  • Yari’s aide arraigned for defaming Zamfara governor
  • Declaration of Bayelsa gov poll results unfortunate — Dickson
  • Female politicians seek party for women
  • Bauchi panel clears 4,654 workers, screens 9,889 pensioners
  • Zamfara empowers 8,692 youths with monthly N10,000
  • National Assembly may pass 2020 budget next week
  • Crude rises to $64.17, fuel subsidy hits N43/litre
  • External reserves sink below $40bn
  • Reduce $57 budget oil benchmark, MPC tells FG
  • Milk production: Niger, FrieslandCampina sign MoU
  • Reps probe Nigeria’s deal with Russia on Ajaokuta

(www.punchng.com)

The Guardian

  • Air Peace’s Allen Onyema dissociates self from human rights suit
  • Senate suspends NDDC budgets, demands board’s inauguration
  • N253.6b capital flight upsets stock market stakeholders
  • Rohr among world’s top 20 coaches, says IFFHS
  • Trump says will designate Mexican cartels as ‘terror’ groups
  • Next phase of Trump impeachment hearings set for Decemeber 4
  • Black boxes from crashed helicopters found in Mali
  • First bodies of UK truck victims arrive in Vietnam
  • Albania mourns as earthquake search for survivors continues
  • EFCC denies dropping charges against Diezani
  • Senate condemns security breaches in Kogi, Bayelsa governorship polls
  • Mourinho revels in game-changing sub as Tottenham fight back to make last 16
  • Lewandowski makes history with four goals in 15 minutes
  • Mbappe stars as PSG snatch dramatic point at Real Madrid
  • Pinnick defends decision to persuade Eze to change allegiance to Nigeria
  • Barca Academy parents’ forum preaches importance of education to sportsmen
  • Dybala stunner seals top-spot for Juventus but Atletico must wait
  • Smart move against noise in Lagos
  • Private sector pledges to support FG in HIV/AIDS treatment
  • ‘Its time to hold politicians, office holders accountable’
  • Stakeholders condemn police laxity, poll violence in Bayelsa, Kogi States
  • ‘Nigeria’s security architecture made state governors puppets’
  • Telecoms to get Executive Order on infrastructure protection
  • ‘Manufacturers’ productivity hampered by Lagos gridlock’
  • Zero gas flare still a mirage as Nigeria loses N243.23 billion
  • Kanye West And Dr.Dre’s Collaboration Will Be Special
  • Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas” Sets 3 World Records
  • Pink Taco Founder, Harry Morton, Died From Heart Attack
  • Kanye West And Dr.Dre’s Collaboration Will Be Special
  • Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas” Sets 3 World Records
  • Pink Taco Founder, Harry Morton, Died From Heart Attack
  • Nigeria’s public school system, a blow
  • NDDC: A dangerous action Buhari must stop
  • Kogi, the killing field

(www.guardian.ng)

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