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Latest news this afternoon (Tuesday, October 08, 2019)

Punch
• Police arraign man for assaulting wife
• [BREAKING]Taraba killing: DHQ panel recommends sanctions for army officer, ASP, three others
• I’m not corrupt, but victim of South African political ‘storm’ —Zuma’s son
• Gov Abiodun calls for calm as three students die in Ihunbo
• Court fixes Oct 16 for alleged husband killer, Sanda to open defence
• 100m-year-old dinosaur footprints found in east China
• Man arrested for defiling minor in Ogun
• Tollgate: Regressive tax burden on motorists
• Postgraduate medical college trains 7,000, saves Nigeria over N1trn —President
• Osimhen breaks 20-year Ligue 1 record
• Niger Assembly receives list of 17 commissioner nominees
• Tax on calls, SMS, data, others faces setback
• FG plans two terminals for Lagos international airport
• Money laundering: Atiku’s son-in-law seeks permission for overseas trip
• Man shaved wife’s head after finding hair in food
• Cyber fraud: Court orders Invictus Obi’s N280m forfeited
• American arraigned for defrauding Nigerians seeking green card
• How principal defiled twin sisters – Doctor
• UNILAG, Foursquare suspend senior lecturer over sex-for-admission video
• Man steals month-old baby from sleeping mother
• Sales girl raped to death in Edo
• How police killed Devil, Rivers notorious kidnapper
• Niger Assembly receives list of 17 commissioner nominees
• NASS on lockdown as Buhari presents 2020 budget
• South-West govs pool 100 vehicles for regional patrol
• Akeredolu sacks aide for congratulating deputy gov’s wife
• Jonathan’s kinsman quits Dickson’s govt
• BMO, PDP clash over Jonathan’s Chibok girls’ inaction
• FG plans two terminals for Lagos international airport
• Lagos NLC demands 400% increase in workers allowances
• Banks’ deposit with CBN shrinks by 68%
• Stock market declines further, sheds N59bn
• Customs continue raid, shut 272 car marts
• Checklist review: Operators to bear liability, SEC says
(www.punchng.com)

The Nation
• EFCC re-arraings Atiku’s son-in-law
• LIVE UPDATES: 2020 Budget Presentation
• Alleged N19.4bn fraud: Court fixes Dec. 11 to hear EFCC’s motion in Dasuki’ trial
• Kogi 2919: INEC to create 3,508 polling points, train 16,139 ad-hoc staff
• Niger Assembly receives list of 17 commissioner-nominees
• Dasuki gate: Metuh, EFCC to adopt written addresses Nov. 26
• JUST IN: Gunmen kidnap nine in Abuja
• Cross River Assembly resumes from recess
• Troops rescue more IDPs in latest Boko Haram clearance operation
• Minimum Wage: Ekiti Labour rejects Fayemi’s proposed salary adjustment
• PHOTOS: Tight security at NASS as Buhari presents 2020 budget
• $9.6b judgment: CCB gets petition against ex-CJN Belgore
• FEC okays N727b increment on 2020 Budget
• Igbeneghu… Forsaken by UNILAG, Foursquare
• Tight security at NASS
• Way out of economic crisis, by Dangote, Sanusi, others
• Brume: Bronze good for my career
• Umahi bans wake-keep after convoy blocked
• Borno hires ‘juju’ hunters to battle Boko Haram
• Imo Govt set to honour Sam Okwaraji
• Man ‘kills’ three cousins in Aba
• Prepare for prolonged strike, union tells Nigerians
• Chukwueze: Eagles’ fighting spirit‘ll trouble Brazil
• Les Elephantes edge Super Falcons out of Tokyo 2020
• Sex-for-grades scandal: Atiku, SERAP react as Ghanaian don threatens to sue BBC
• Division in Kwara APC over governor’s style
• Governors will pay 9 per cent, says Fayemi
• Gbajabiamila frowns at non-attendance of hearings by agency chiefs
• Governors afraid of organising flamboyant parties because of EFCC, says Magu
• Reps indict NNPC, subsidiaries for not remitting contributions to NSITF
• Food prices rise by 65% on border closure
• EU, Germany to partner on Nigeria’s leather industry
• Reps to probe DisCos’, others’ privatisation
• Education, bedrock of civilisation, says Babalakin
• Adelabu, Oyo APC appeal tribunal’s judgment
• APC aspirant Irukera asks supporters to vote for Bello
• PDP cautions Bello, APC against ethnic politics
• We will win, says Dickson as PDP begins campaign in Bayelsa
• LAUTECH inducts 38 lab scientists
• Three brothers remanded for ‘molesting’ eight-year-old
• Ekiti empowers 2,000
• CJ: we don’t have enough judges in Oyo
• Akeredolu sacks political aide
• ‘Police detained us for no reason’
• APC women support Obaseki
• Abductors of Kaduna schoolgirls demand N10m per head
• ‘Proper waste disposal will end pollution’
• Adesina, Onu, Awosika, eight others get role model awards
• Court forfeits Invictus Obi’s N280m
• Man arrested for ‘torturing’ son to death
(www.thenationonlineng.net)

The Guardian
• Outrage as sex-for-grades scandal rocks UNILAG
• Few Nigerians control collective wealth, says Buhari
• Buhari presents N11tr 2020 budget to National Assembly today
• Drama, controversy as Falcons fail to qualify for Tokyo 2020 Olympics
• Court seizes N315 million, hotel from NIMASA ex-DG, Invictus
• Nobel Physics Prize honours dark matter and exoplanets
• EU’s Tusk accuses Johnson of ‘stupid’ Brexit blame game
• Six days after, FRSC yet to recover accident victims from Osaso river
• NDLEA arrests 65 suspects, seizes 4582.57kg of narcotics in Edo State
• Aisha Buhari calls for urgent action to address sexual harassment against students
• Taking bribe brings bad luck, police commissioner warns officers
• Andy Murray to make Grand Slam return at Australian Open
• Man United needs to improve as a club, Rashford admits
• Rohr replaces injured Kalu with Solomon-Otabor
• Ese Brume: A crusade driven by destiny, propelled by ambition
• Gundogan wants City to believe Liverpool will drop points for EPL title
• Schools intensify push for Zenith Bank/Delta Principals’ Cup LG tickets
• Need to merge federal agencies
• Abia swears in 25 customary court judges
• 9th Senate prioritises education in legislative agenda
• Lawmaker tasks youths on replacing political
• Dollar steady, yuan firms as U.S.-China trade talks spur caution
• Civil aviation makes progress on low carbon emission agenda
• Stock market depreciates further by N59 billion in bearish trading
• Jennifer AnistonJennifer Aniston Talks Being Single
• Anticipate! Vector And Davido Are About To Give Our Eardrums “Comfort”
• Sex For Grades: Angry Nigerian Calls Out Falz For Not Championing The Cause
• Assessment of Nigeria’s 59th independence anniversary
• Oshiomhole’s foot in mouth
• Election tribunal and judiciary’s own trial
• Legal and institutional restructuring for next Nigeria
• NBA-SBL chairman tasks lawyers on professionalism
• How judiciary can protect democracy, by experts
• 2 NYSC members to repeat service year in Sokoto
• Nigeria ranks 23 out of 38 African countries for female ministerial representation
• High fructose, fat diet damages liver mitochondria, causes metabolic syndrome
(www.guardian.ng)

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