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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, November 7, 2018

PUNCH

  • What you need to know about fructose intolerance
  • Aids highest cost of death in Asokoro hospital
  • Imo deputy gov hails judiciary
  • APC loses four more Reps to defection
  • Debt recovery: Reps to finalise AMCON amendment bill soon
  • Alleged frame-up: Dino Melayes trial stalled over prosecutions omission
  • I wont take sides with any political party Bayelsa CP
  • First Bank reiterates commitment to ethics, corporate governance
  • Rhoda Michaels graduates 60 students
  • Baro River Port: NIWA orders contractors back to work
  • FG woos Canadian investors for mining industry
  • Senate probes NNPC over diverted$1bn NLNG dividend
  • 2019 budget: Buhari writes NASS, demands timely MTEF passage
  • Power distributors owe NBET N159bn in five months
  • Buhari meets APC senators over party crisis
  • Ponzi schemes drive investors away from capital market Experts
  • Undeclared crude: FG closes case in $110m suit against Agip
  • One year after, NSE lifts suspension on four firms
  • Investors gain N38bn as 14 stocks appreciate
  • The high cost of shame
  • Firms cant survive in business without embracing politics Experts
  • Preparing personal finances as entrepreneurs (2)
  • Subscribers lament as Econet shuts Kwese TV

 

VANGUARD

  • NEWMAP resettles erosion victims in Enugu
  • STRIKE: FUTO grounded, as ASUU ensures full compliance
  • Ex-Gov Attah now Chancellor of Western Delta University
  • My daughter can’t stand my partner
  • Ikpeazu has failed us, Abia pensioners cry out
  • Anambra school where students manufacture paints, weld, build
  • APC chieftain alleges plot by some members to factionalise party in Bauchi State
  • Massive investment crucial to off-grid development -Stakeholders
  • PDP did nothing in 16 years, Akpabio tells defectors
  • Lam Adesina’s son, 3 other Reps dump APC for PDP, ADC, Labour, Accord
  • Kogi community seeks recognition for festivals
  • I’m depressed by killings in Nigeria ‘ Buhari
  • Connecting African startups to investment opportunities: Preview, inherent challenges and prospect
  • Obe emerges coordinator APC Isoko progressives
  • Earning extra income through the Gig Economy
  • How N30,000 new minimum wage sailed through
  • e-Nigeria: ICT based skills solution to youth unemployment ‘ Don
  • He didn’t help me after assisting to grow his ministry ‘ Killer of Abia cleric, 2 other
  • Minimum Wage: Atiku reinstates commitment to a living wage
  • Edo Assembly passes N10.8bn Supplementary Budget
  • 2019: Atiku will sweep polls ‘ Saraki
  • NDIC to meet depositors’ claims on failed microfinance, mortgage banks
  • Godrej rewards, sponsors employee dreams

 

THE NATION

  • The Shiites conundrum
  • UI at 70
  • Our girls; Modern museum input; Forensics
  • Workers excited as Buhari accepts N30,000 proposal
  • Im fully committed to having new National Minimum Wage, says Buhari
  • President insists on $1.04b Malabu Oil suspects trial
  • Prince Charles meets with traditional rulers in Abuja
  • Ekweremadus home incident is burglary
  • Sunny Odogwu dies at 87
  • Minimum wage: Hope brightens for workers
  • Alleged $5m bribe: Kano Assembly probe panel to appear before court
  • Gunman held at Deputy Senate Presidents residence
  • Senate begins probe of diversion of $1.05b NLNG dividend
  • Olawepo-Hashim to reposition economy
  • Emmanuel deserves second term, says aide
  • If elected senator, I will push for restructuring
  • KOWA has no pact with APC
  • Buhari promises improved remuneration for teachers
  • 2019: Saraki confident of Atikus victory
  • Ekweremadu: Nowhere, nobody is safe Dogara
  • Osinbajo to deliver keynote address at IoD conference
  • Senate probes NNPC diversion of $1.05 bn NLNG dividend
  • Why music is the only thing I can do, by Emex E.O.T

 

THISDAY

  • MTN Partners Firms on Device Financing Scheme
  • NIRSAL Facilitates $373m Loan to Agric Sector
  • Absence of Finance, Bane of Mining Sectors Growth, Says FG
  • Nigeria Not against ACFTA
  • Sterling Bank Marks World Savings Day
  • Long-term Funding Needed to Develop Gas Infrastructure, Says Mgbenwelu
  • Renmoney Appoints Boshoro CEO
  • Parties Activate Agreement to Stabilise Gas Supply
  • Kachikwu, Others Get Accolade
  • Consolidated Hallmark Insurance Plans Private Placement
  • Why IOCs Will Relocate to AIbom
  • Techno Supports LFW 2018
  • FirstBank Sponsors Career Fair
  • SPAR Opens New Retail Store
  • Diamond Bank Empowers Women
  • Access Bank Partners Firm on Money Transfer
  • Agusto & Co. Assigns a Bbb- Rating to Anchor Insurance
  • Student Accommod8 Inaugurates Cedar House, Sycamore House
  • Lifemate Offers 65% Discount at 2018 International Trade Fair
  • How Slippery Floors Can Cause Permanent Disability, Death No-Slips MD
  • On the Luke Out for His People
  • Beyond Geographical Restructuring
  • What is Geographical Restructuring

 

THE SUN

  • S/Africa coach, Baxter faces sack
  • Torino to splash N4.05b on Ola Aina
  • AFCON 2019 Qualifier: Iwobi’s fear grips South Africa
  • Iwobi to make CAF award shortlist
  • Senate probes NNPC diversion of $1.05bn NLNG dividend
  • Higher philosophy of Christian marriage (2)
  • 2019 polls under threat ‘ INEC
  • Democracies of direct and indirect primaries
  • Reasons for writing my polygamy series (2)
  • 465,200 PVCs unclaimed in Delta, Taraba
  • Unending controversies over Buhari’s WASC certificate
  • New minimum wage: President forwards N30,000 bill to NASS
  • Is president Buhari’s travel ban on Nigerians constitutional’ (2)
  • Candidates’ list: Ogun PDP urges INEC to ignore Secondus
  • Making Abuja a true centre of unity and tourism
  • Oshiomhole, APC and bad losers
  • Amnesty Office set to showcase beneficiaries’ trades
  • Atiku and the Nigerian dream
  • Osun Assembly passes Social Protection Bill 2018, amends Service Commission Bill
  • ASUU: NANS gives FG 7-day ultimatum to end strikes
  • The Kaduna killings

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