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Latest news this afternoon (Friday, November 15, 2019)

  • The Nation
  • Investigating 9,457 released 2019 Second Series WASSCE (Private) result, says WAEC
  • JUST IN: Gunmen kidnap Professor in Yola 
  • Philippines reports first case of lung injury from e-cigarettes
  • BREAKING: WAEC releases Nov/Dec examination results, withholds 9,457 
  • 330,000 French homes without power as first major winter snow hits 
  • No plan to stop Basic Healthcare Fund — Senate
  • We can’t return to PDP, says ex-Bayelsa acting governor
  • Police assure of security ahead of Bayelsa poll
  • Two die, 17 vehicles burnt in Sango-Ota tanker accident 
  • Appeal court affirms Okowa’s election as Delta governor 
  • Kogi poll: Court adjourns suit challenging Bello’s eligibility till Nov. 21
  • Kogi 2019: Attacks threat to polls, CDD warns 
  • BREAKING: Lyon alerts security agencies on movement of thugs, arms 
  • Fans hail Teni, Frank Edoho for new ‘Billionaire’ video 
  • Kogi poll: Court begins hearing on suit challenging Bello’s eligibility 
  • BREAKING: PDP, Atiku failed to prove INEC had serve – Supreme Court 
  • We won’t abandon Obaseki, Edo APC youths vow
  • BREAKING: Buhari right not to have submitted certificates to INEC – Supreme Court 
  • Buhari condoles with family of former Minister, Chief Akinyele 
  • IYC urges security agencies to probe Nembe pre-election violence
  • BREAKING: No judgement stopping APC, says INEC
  • BREAKING: Atiku’s lawyer absent as Supreme Court gives reasons for dismissing case
  • Nestoil Group unveils new identity 
  • Telcos fault Pantami’s ‘directive’ on automatic voicemails 
  • Nembe killings: Diri seeks state of emergency in Bayelsa volatile areas
  • YIAGA calls for peaceful, credible polls 
  • PDP masterminded Nembe violence to intimidate voters, APC alleges 
  • ‘Vote only APC candidates in Kogi, Bayelsa’
  • Secondus to military: ‘Allow electorate to vote their choice’ 
  • Eight people killed in ‘barbaric Nembe mayhem,’ says Diri 
  • Vote buying: ICPC deploys undercover agents
  • Police identify threats to governorship polls
  • Boroffice mobilises for Bello 
  • Another suit challenges PDP candidate Wada’s competence 
  • Court hears suit challenging Governor Bello’s eligibility on Friday 
  • El-Rufai begs Kogi electorate to forgive Bello 
  • All Set for Kogi election 
  • BREAKING: Ex-Information minister, Alex Akinyele is dead 
  • …Tie will be tricky, Amapakabo admits 
  • Nigeria, Benin, Niger raise joint team on border reopening
  • Senate gets eighth female as Olujimi takes seat 
  • Osinbajo, Alibaba chief discuss Nigeria’s digital economy’s prospects 
  • Internship scheme for 200,000 youths opens next year 
  • No going back on social media regulation, says Fed Govt 
  • Jonathan: only electronic voting can solve election problems

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

The Guardian

  • Border Closure: Nigeria, Benin, Niger to form border police
  • Fear of violence as police deploy 66,241 for Bayelsa, Kogi elections
  • ‘Why bill to criminalise estimated billing may not work’
  • Lesotho’s artificial turf worries Musa as Eagles leave for matchday two
  • Nigerians in UK protest, demand release of Sowore, others
  • Bayelsa poll: Appeal court bars INEC from excluding APC from ballot
  • Lebanon protesters angered by PM pick
  • Iraq ‘will never be the same’ after protests: top Shiite cleric
  • WAEC releases Nov/Dec 2019 examination results, withholds 9,457
  • London police launch assault probe after Hong Kong minister injured
  • Why Atiku, PDP’s petition was dismissed – Supreme Court
  • Woods places nature high in retirement plans
  • It’s now or never as Nigeria tackle South Africa for semifinals ticket
  • Minister commissions ANOCA secretariat as government domesticates anti-doping bill
  • Olalere wants to be Nigeria’s Tiger Woods
  • Ughelli agog for 2019 GCU Relays as organisers move against age cheat
  • Caren, Osobajo applaud participants at Lagos Women Run 2019
  • Bayelsa and Kogi: Peaceful election, please!
  • PCN seals off 577 pharmacies, patent medicine shops
  • Aisha Buhari, El-Rufai acknowledges Yahaya Bello’s ‘sins’ in Kogi
  • Issues as APC makes quiet inroad to Ebonyi State
  • ‘Bayelsa guber poll must not be won by superior violence’
  • Bayelsa poll: Appeal court bars INEC from excluding APC from ballot
  • PCN seals off 577 pharmacies, patent medicine shops
  • Lebanon protesters angered by PM pick
  • Lightning strikes 18 times on deadly night
  • Iraq ‘will never be the same’ after protests: top Shiite cleric
  • Senate introduces South West development commission bill, amends procurement law
  • WHO prequalifies pioneer Ebola vaccine, cheaper insulin for diabetics
  • CBT centres’ owners flay JAMB over conduct of 2019 UTME
  • ‘Fake news mongers distracting military from security target’
  • It’s now or never as Nigeria tackle South Africa for semifinals ticket
  • Bayelsa and Kogi: Peaceful election, please!
  • PCN seals off 577 pharmacies, patent medicine shops
  • Aisha Buhari, El-Rufai acknowledges Yahaya Bello’s ‘sins’ in Kogi
  • Issues as APC makes quiet inroad to Ebonyi State
  • ‘Bayelsa guber poll must not be won by superior violence’
  • Why hike in cooking gas price may persist – Marketers
  • NCC rallies operators on AfCFTA, sees service extension to Africans 
  • PenCom urges employees to embrace CPS, update RSAs
  • Lightning strikes 18 times on deadly night
  • Former Manager Resurrects Drug Allegations Against D’banj
  • Taylor SwiftTaylor Swift’s ‘Beautiful Ghosts’ For Film, ‘Cats’ Is A Bittersweet Melody
  • Tam David-West in final escape
  • The curse of paradox
  • PCN seals off 577 pharmacies, patent medicine shops
  • Lebanon protesters angered by PM pick
  • Lightning strikes 18 times on deadly nightraq ‘will never be the same’ after protests: top Shiite cleric
  • Senate introduces South West development commission bill, amends procurement law
  • WHO prequalifies pioneer Ebola vaccine, cheaper insulin for diabetics
  • CBT centres’ owners flay JAMB over conduct of 2019 UTME
  • ‘Fake news mongers distracting military from security target’
  • It’s now or never as Nigeria tackle South Africa for semifinals ticket
  • Why hike in cooking gas price may persist – Marketers
  • NCC rallies operators on AfCFTA, sees service extension to Africans 
  • PenCom urges employees to embrace CPS, update RSAs
  • Lightning strikes 18 times on deadly night
  • Former Manager Resurrects Drug Allegations Against D’banj
  • Taylor SwiftTaylor Swift’s ‘Beautiful Ghosts’ For Film, ‘Cats’ Is A Bittersweet Melody

(www.guardian.ng)

Punch

  • Kogi election: Suspected thugs dressed in police uniform invade gov Makinde hotel
  • 2020 UTME: JAMB set to begin verification of centres for CBT
  • We have lost over 300 hectares of rice farm to flood —Delta farmer
  • BREAKING: Appeal court orders INEC to retain Bayelsa APC, gov candidate on ballot
  • Stokes doesn’t want to captain England
  • Don’t compromise your independence, Lawan tells state legislators
  • Man City lose appeal to CAS over Financial Fair-Play investigation
  • Zambian president’s ex-spokesperson arrested over corruption
  • UPDATED: WAEC releases November/December examination result
  • Odumosu, Edgal become Lagos, Ogun CPs
  • [PHOTOS] Bayelsa election: INEC begins distribution of electoral materials
  • Two killed in California school shooting, teenager in custody
  • Oscar-winner Mo’Nique sues Netflix for pay discrimination
  • Appeal court judge regains freedom in Edo
  • American adopts Nigerian wife’s surname, Ekundayo
  • Court remands father for raping 17-year-old daughter
  • Fellow officer raped my nine-year-old daughter —Policewoman
  • NDLEA destroys 40 hectares hemp in Ibadan
  • Residents count losses as fire guts Lagos, Ogun buildings
  • Gunmen abduct NTA worker, demand N15m
  • LASG arrests 19 suspected land grabbers
  • 55-year-old arraigned for stealing, malicious damage
  • Ebonyi impounds two trailers of foreign rice
  • Robbers kill policeman, injure others during Lagos robbery
  • Court Throws Out Busola Dakolo’s Case Against Biodun Fatoyinbo
  • Chatbots – a 2020 outlook
  • Download the PUNCH Android app, get news on the go
  • BREAKING: Appeal court orders INEC to retain Bayelsa APC, gov candidate on ballot
  • Bayelsa election: Police warn politicians, thugs, deploy 31,000 officers
  • Kogi election: Your pleas coming too late, PDP tells El-Rufai, APC
  • Buhari ’eminently qualified’ to contest  —Supreme Court
  • UPDATE: Buhari’s lawyer apologises to Supreme Court for absence of Atiku’s lawyers
  • Atiku’s lawyers shun Supreme Court
  • CBN stabilises naira with $25.68bn in eight months
  • Strike: Discos, Gencos keep mum, FG officials meet
  • AIB releases reports on Air Peace incidents
  • Passengers lament as Rwandair dumps Nigerians’ luggage in Dubai
  • T-bills: Investors storm equities market after CBN ban
  • Petrol, diesel imports drop after border closure

(www.punchng.com)

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