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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Punch

  • Turkey shares evidence with CIA chief over Khashoggi murder –Report
  • Bomb maker, wife, two children killed in blast at home –Police
  • Oshiomhole enjoys NWC, NEC’s support –Nabena
  • Ekiti election tribunal: Incomplete inspection of documents by respondents stalls hearing
  • Saudi crown prince to make first speech since Khashoggi murder
  • BREAKING: Fayose gets N50m bail
  • I’m not leaving PDP – Ekweremadu
  • Education that can’t create jobs is useless –Ngige
  • Ogun, Alake’s aide debunk Shonekan’s death rumour
  • How cybercriminals defraud Nigerians, by NITDA
  • Stop Kaduna killings now, Reps tell Buhari
  • Canadian rapper dies after falling off plane during video shoot
  • Europa League: Arsenal face Lisbon test, Chelsea sweat on Hazard
  • Migrant caravan stops to rest in Mexico amid Trump threats
  • Motorcyclist dies in crash days after birthday celebration
  • ‘Cop killed ex-minister’s daughter for refusing to open car door’
  • 10 die as Young Shall Grow driver rams into stationary truck
  • Court awards N15.2m against police for unlawful detention
  • I became burglars’ informant due to poor salary – Guard
  • Army begins Operation Crocodile Smile III in Cross River
  • Lecturer commits suicide in Benue
  • My relationship with Buhari intact –Amosun
  • Ekiti Assembly to probe Fayose’s N10bn supplementary budget
  • Nothing in APC to attract Ekweremadu, says PDP
  • Aggrieved APC reps announce plan to leave party
  • Buhari’s alleged lopsided security appointments split southern, northern senators
  • How cybercriminals defraud Nigerians, by NITDA
  • CBN raises capital requirements for microfinance banks
  • RTEAN threatens to sack members without PVCs
  • AMCON releases list of N906bn bad debtors
  • FG to audit TSA, management of IDPs, others
  • Nigerians spend N2.45tn yearly to import vehicles – Osinbajo

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Nation

  • Turkey opens Khashoggi dossier to CIA
  • Taliban bomb maker, wife, kids killed in blast – Afghan police
  • Court grants Fayose N50m bail, trial to begin Nov. 19
  • Federer survives scare to win Basel opener
  • Kano partners UNICEF to tackle malnutrition
  • Oshiomhole queries competence of suit seeking his probe for graft
  • Looters list: Court dismisses Dokpesi’s right suit for lack of merit
  • Presidency: nothing to fear over Kanu
  • I’ll campaign for Buhari, Sanwo-Olu, says Ambode
  • Youths to Obasanjo: Atiku should drop Obi or lose
  • Amosun, Akeredolu, Fayemi, Bindow: no plot against Buhari
  • Operation Crocodile Smile III kicks off
  • Sowore picks Rabiu Ahmed Rufai as running mate
  • Nine die in Lagos-Ibadan Expressway accident
  • N5b limit for presidential bid spending
  • OAU: Students call for improved transport service
  • UNILORIN Students Council holds Parliamentary Summit
  • Industrial Court reinstates sacked UNIBEN staff
  • Ekiti students union greets Fayemi, makes demands
  • ‘Regulating social media will amount to tyranny’
  • Be wary of information on social media – DVC UNILAG
  • Rumpus over UNILORIN’s ‘outrageous convocation fee’
  • TOTAL/NBBF Final 8: CAMAC, Golden Touch in good start
  • Infantino’s plans for new global tournaments
  • Omeruo: My injury not serious
  • Corruption, biggest obstacle to Nigeria development
  • Kwesé, Kalakoda Boxing Promotions bring Salam v Gondarenda rematch to Lagos
  • ‘We’ll deal with Messi’s absence’
  • Everton strikes late to punish Crystal Palace
  • Carnival Calabar: State unveils theme, launches dry run
  • Fuoya offers KSA teaching appointment
  • ‘No Shade’: Clare Anyiam-Osigwe gets UK cinema nod for directorial debut
  • Rights violation: Court asks police to pay Charly Boy N50m
  • Osinbajo visits New Afrika Shrine

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

The Guardian

  • Outrage as Buhari avoids Lagos road, flies to Seme
  • Widening budget deficit, subsidies create fresh concerns
  • FG opens North Central region for fibre investors
  • Protest as plot thickens against Oshiomhole
  • Senate okays new Electoral Act, campaign expenses
  • Court grants Fayose bail
  • Trump-inspired man grabs passenger’s breast on plane
  • Saudi crown prince to make first speech since Khashoggi murder
  • HURIWA urges INEC to take tutorials from Okowa
  • FG looters’ list lacks force of law, court declares
  • Government meets labour over wage saga as pensioners threaten protest
  • Spain’s Alonso signs new deal with Chelsea
  • Uduaghan named NOC patron, harps on grassroots sports development
  • Asaba stadium scoreboard not ready as Aiteo Cup final holds today
  • Oborududu, Onyebuchi crash out in Budapest
  • Okowa, Obaseki to grace final of Felix Anirah football tournament in Sapele
  • Tennis season winding down
  • Nigerians Troll Teebillz After Wizkid And Tiwa Savage Get Romantic In “Fever”
  • Listen: Cardi B Returns With The Flow In New Single “Money”
  • Watch: Wizkid And Tiwa Savage Get Steamy And Romantic In Visual For “Fever”
  • Ekweremadu refutes rumoured defection from PDP
  • After Kwara primaries, PDP parades superior cohesive potency for 2019
  • 2019 election will not be a bet between two devils, says Olawepo
  • Tokyo shares rebound to end higher
  • S. invests N8.6 billion to boost small-scale farming in Nigeria
  • NAMA, operator disagree on debt, alleged extortion at Warri airport
  • Peter Obi and wise men from the East
  • Averting the drift into anarchy
  • Toward a new direction for the national carrier

(www.guardian.ng)

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