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Latest news this afternoon (Tuesday, October 23, 2018)

The Guardian

  • How Tinubu, Osoba rigged Ogun primaries, by Amosun
  • Police storm NHIS office, teargas staff, reinstate Yusuf
  • NNPC, others silent over United States court’s $6.59 billion gas contract fine
  • NANF alleges cover-up in trial of NFF staff over FIFA’s grant
  • Oshiomole disowns aide’s comments on removal plot
  • Aviation minister offers hope on suspended Nigeria Air activation
  • Court remands Fayose, hears bail request tomorrow
  • Disregard for rule of law worse than corruption, says U.S. envoy
  • Christian lawyers, others allege genocide in Plateau
  • Agric sector loses N20b annually to insurance issues
  • Nwabueze warns Igbo against boycotting 2019 elections
  • We‘ll host best ever Aiteo Cup final, says Okowa
  • Igali banks on Oborududu, Onyebuchi, as battle for medals begins in Budapest
  • Ronaldo returns to Old Trafford as Man United host Juventus
  • Joshua vs Wilder fight drags on as talks over money breaks down again
  • Mourinho rules out return to Real Madrid
  • Khachanov wins historic Kremlin Cup
  • Burna Boy Lights Up Times Square As YouTube’s Artist Of The Month
  • Is Rihanna Teaming Up With Colin Kaepernick For New Music?
  • “She Bad”! Cardi B Announces Forthcoming Single “Money” With Explicit Photo
  • Ayade shops for deputy amid opposition to his second term
  • Conflict persists across states over APC imbroglio
  • Sowore picks public health professional as running mate
  • Nigeria fails to provide $127 billion for NIIMP’s infrastructure financing
  • Stocks market reopens bullish, index rises by 0.4%
  • Regulators seek collaboration to deepen financial inclusion, digitisation

(www.guardian.ng)       

 

Punch

  • BREAKING: At last, Senate passes Electoral Act amendment bill
  • Champions League: Facing Atletico is like ‘toothache’, says Dortmund’s Alcacer
  • Kaduna relaxes curfew, residents get four-hour window to restock
  • China’s president inaugurates world’s longest sea bridge
  • Man arraigned for alleged importation of 1,570 firearms
  • VIDEOS: Buhari arrives Lagos to inaugurate new ECOWAS Seme border post
  • Presidency steps into NHIS crisis, urges due process
  • Why many people stay in unhappy relationships —Scientists
  • Belgium strips convicted jihadist recruiter of citizenship
  • BREAKING: Reps probe NHIS crisis
  • CIA director arrives Turkey over Jamal Khashoggi’s murder
  • Infantino’s plans for new global tournaments back on FIFA agenda
  • Take-off of Nigeria Air to be announced soon –Aviation minister
  • 11 die in road accident in Southern Philippines
  • Cryptocurrency bitcoin marks 10 years
  • Kaduna relaxes curfew, residents get four-hour window to restock
  • Why many people stay in unhappy relationships —Scientists
  • Man allegedly steals N20m motor spare parts, risks 10-year jail
  • BREAKING: Nine die in Lagos/Ibadan Expressway accident
  • Don’t smoke cannabis, South Korea warns citizens in Canada
  • Security guards robbed boss for delaying salaries – Police
  • AfCTA: Nigeria can no longer sign agreements without understanding, says Buhari
  • 2018 budget deficit may rise to N4.4tn — Report
  • Fayemi will fulfil promises, APC assures Ekiti people
  • Pandemonium as lawmakers impeach Edo Deputy Speaker

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Nation

  • Obaseki’s aide resigns, joins PDP
  • NHIS Crisis: Presidency orders due process
  • Kaduna: UN urges stakeholders to bring perpetrators to book
  • Military to militia groups: Vacate Benue, Taraba, Nasarawa
  • Factory worker docked for alleged theft of cables
  • FG condemns killing of another Nigerian in Kenya
  • Workshop on PIGB to hold in Akwa Ibom
  • Infantino’s plans for new global tournaments
  • Kebbi absorbs new medical doctors into civil service
  • Island club urges unity of Nigeria
  • Two in court for phones theft
  • Family announces burial ceremony for late Justice Idris Kutigi
  • Saudi minister pledges full probe into Khashoggi killing
  • We’ll ensure improved services across MDAs-SERVICOM
  • NSCDC intercepts 45,000 litres of petroleum product
  • 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’
  • 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
  • Falcons begin title defence with South Africa duel

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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