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Latest news this afternoon (Wednesday, July 17, 2019)

The Guardian

  • Buhari under fire over plan to register illegal migrants
  • Jonathan, Yakasai seek action on 2014 national conference report
  • ‘Why foreign airlines retain 80% air traffic share in Nigeria, others’
  • Nigeria seek comfort in bronze battle against Tunisia
  • US hopes North Korea talks go ahead despite Pyongyang threat
  • Road crashes claim 49 lives in Lagos in 6 months -FRSC
  • Cholera: NCDC records 64 suspected cases in Adamawa, Katisina states
  • E-registration will check irregular migrations -Niger SSG
  • Nigerian government says it does not know whereabouts of remaining Chibok girls
  • Nigeria listed among countries striving to end modern slavery
  • Death toll climbs to five after quake in eastern Indonesia
  • PSG owner sues over illegal transfer payment claim
  • Onigbinde claims prominent Nigerians rigged Eagles’ 1984 AFCON loss
  • Rohr’s sack campaign capable of distracting Super Eagles, Ekpo warns
  • Organisers promise adequate security at GOtv Boxing Night 19
  • Lawal wants Eagles to salvage Nigeria’s pride against Tunisia
  • Junior D’Tigers relish visit NBA, Aspire Academy in Senegal
  • Tinubu’s unending controversies in APC, Southwest
  • Ajimobi seeks reconciliation in Oyo APC
  • It’s easier to register a political party than a limited liability company in Nigeria, says INEC
  • MAN outlines safeguards for post-AfCFTA ratification
  • Customs charged to urgently evacuate overtime cargoes in Lagos ports
  • CRFFN harps on professionalism in freight forwarding
  • Watch: Beyoncé Releases ‘Spirit’ Video From The ‘Lion King’ Album
  • Adverse Effects Of Yoni Pearls For Vagina Detox
  • FaceApp4 Dangers You Should Consider Before Using FaceApp
  • National security, warcraft, and tech innovation
  • Place of satellite infrastructure in Nigeria’s rural broadband drive
  • Nigeria to get Internet code of practice for safer online space
  • Confusion trails murder of 16-year-old altar server at FESTAC’s club

(www.guardian.ng)

The Nation

  • Just in: Nobody paid for our private jet- Senate Committee 
  • Outrage over Gbajabiamila’s appointment of APGA’s member as aide 
  • Breaking: Senate confirms Tanko as CJN 
  • TUC to Buhari: Include more women in your cabinet 
  • I want to return home, embattled Ekiti Monarch begs 
  • Senate panel seeks more time to investigate Sen. Abbo 
  • Just In: Air Force redeploys AOCs, appoints new branch chiefs 
  • Breaking: Obaseki blames Oshiomhole for Edo Assembly crisis
  • Breaking: Buhari, ECOWAS Bank boss meet in Aso Rock 
  • Breaking: Senate begins screening of CJN 
  • Breaking: Tribunal orders INEC Chair, Zamfara REC to produce documents requested by Atiku, PDP
  • Akeredolu appoints 27 new Permanent Secretaries 
  • BREAKING: Tribunal issues subpoena on INEC Chair over Atiku, PDP’s complaints 
  • Breaking: Justice Tanko Muhammad arrives NASS for screening 
  • Wizkid’s manager, babymama accuse singer of domestic violence 
  • ‘We will improve community policing’ 
  • Kwara governor laments poor state of education 
  • AFCON 2021 Draw: Nigeria leads top 12 seeded teams 
  • Jonathan seeks deployment of modern technology in terrorism fight 
  • Soyinka: I didn’t say herdsmen have eroded Buhari’s achievements 
  • Senate set to screen Muhammad for CJN 
  • Northern elders, coalition seek herders’ safety 
  • Insecurity: Senate, Presidency to hold national security confab 
  • Expectant mother burnt to death in Ibadan auto accident 
  • Shun drug abuse, Kwara urges youths 
  • ‘Fish out Fasoranti’s daughter’s killers’ 
  • Ogun sets up panel to probe rot in OOUTH 
  • 14 bodies recovered from collapsed building in Plateau 
  • AFCON 2019- Nigeria vs Tunisia: Predicted Starting XI 
  • Gunmen kidnap chief of staff’s sister-in-law 
  • Senate begs SSANU, NASU to shelve strike 
  • Buhari condoles with Makarfi on father’s death 
  • Africa must embrace technology, says Okonjo-Iweala 
  • NYSC seeks EFCC’s help to check fraudulent corps members’ mobilisation 
  • Falana warns against continued detention of El-Zakzaky 
  • MAN advises Govt. on AfCFTA 
  • Buhari to critics of insecurity: you are not being patriotic 
  • Buhari’s lawyer shows video to quash Atiku’s server claim 
  • Delta APC crisis: Emerhor withdraws case against Omo-Agege, Ogboru faction 
  • Bello has rubbished my legacy, says Ex Gov Wada

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • Wizkid’s baby mama accuses singer of domestic violence
  • BREAKING: Senate confirms Tanko as CJN
  • Adult toy shop assault: Senate panel seeks more time to investigate Elisha Abbo
  • INEC produced results from polling units in Nasarawa deserted town – PDP agent
  • AFCON 2019: Senegal star Mane out to press Ballon d’Or case
  • Police arraign man for allowing his dog to bite neighbour
  • Zimbabwe summons British envoy following attack on foreign minister
  • We won Karu ward in Nasarawa but INEC cancelled results —PDP agent
  • CJN: Senate screens Tanko Muhammad
  • NMA laments growing quackery in medical profession
  • Spain vows to push ahead with tax on tech giants
  • Victims of Abbo’s assault shun  Senate panel – Egwu
  • Tribunal orders INEC Chair, Zamfara REC to produce documents requested by Atiku Thursday
  • Akeredolu appoints 27 new Perm Secs, 3 Tutors-General
  • Sudan protesters, army rulers ink power sharing deal
  • As holidays begin, UK looks out for forced marriages
  • Death toll rises to 14 in Jos building collapse
  • Gunmen abduct Niger gov aide’s sister-in-law
  • Three arrested for planning reprisal over Cross River varsity student’s murder
  • Abuja school bursar arrested for raping, impregnating pupil
  • Septuagenarian decries N650,000 loss to fraudulent bank transactions
  • Many injured in Ondo communal clash
  • Woman burnt to death in Ibadan auto crash
  • Ogun residents lament hardship, flooding caused by bad road
  • Oyetola chides Adeleke over comment on Osun gov poll
  • 91 parties want INEC to conduct LG elections, indict govs
  • Delta North: Supreme Court upholds Nwaoboshi ‘s election
  • Alleged intimidation: Zamfara APC sets up security committee
  • ICYMI: NASS members receive, decry N12.3bn welcome package
  • Herdsmen behead father, son in fresh Plateau attack

(www.punchng.com)

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