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Today’s evening news (Friday, August 31, 2018)

Punch

  • Man apologises for threatening to leak teenager’s nude photos
  • APC elders urge Oni to withdraw suit against Fayemi
  • Union decries fresh killing of two Nigerians in South Africa
  • Sarri backs Loftus-Cheek to make Chelsea impact
  • Boateng to stay at Bayern, Bernat to join PSG –Kovac
  • LASG acquires expansive land for trailer park to check Apapa gridlock
  • Real Madrid, Barcelona turn focus to staying perfect in La Liga
  • Wherever there are beautiful women, there’ll be plenty rape cases —President Duterte
  • Direct primaries remain most credible, transparent –Shehu Sani
  • Mourinho insists he is ‘one of the greatest’
  • Ghana police arrest 41 Nigerian prostitutes, 14 clients
  • Polygamist jailed for life over murder of man chatting with ex-girlfriend
  • Only eight, not 30 CPs, deployed to Osun for gov poll, Police say
  • Russian league’s top scorer, Quincy Promes, joins Sevilla
  • Germany goalkeeper Trapp rejoins Frankfurt on loan from PSG
  • Teenager remanded for alleged murder
  • Man, wife kill his ex, dump her body in alligator-infested river
  • Man discovers love potion with list of lovers in girlfriend’s bag
  • Remembering Princess Diana 21 years after
  • Kenyan accuses Nigerians of ‘stealing’ their women, selling drugs
  • Direct primaries remain most credible, transparent –Shehu Sani
  • Only eight, not 30 CPs, deployed to Osun for gov poll, Police say
  • I vacate my seat for young blood, Balarabe Musa says, retires from active politics
  • MKO Abiola’s daughter, ‘Rinsola, dumps APC
  • Egypt’s first female Christian governor assumes office
  • I’ll support female aspirants across party lines — Aisha Buhari

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Nation

  • Abubakar’s wife promises to tackle drug abuse
  • Balarabe Musa bows out as PRP national leader over failing health
  • 2019: Dogara denies aide over political aspiration
  • Missing child: Edo evacuates children from God’s Own Orphanage
  • Dogara: I have not endorsed anyone for political office
  • FG pledges to support traditional herbalists
  • Europa League: Iwobi, Moses get Sporting, PAOK Challenge
  • Pro-Biafra group plot anti-Ohanaeze protest
  • Ekiti: APC elders urge Oni to withdraw suit against Fayemi
  • 11 men arraigned for alleged cultism in Lagos
  • Bolt happy with triumphant debut for Mariners
  • INEC lost millions of naira to flood in Edo
  • NEMA lauds military participation in disaster management
  • Man commits suicide in Anambra
  • Photos/Video: Buhari, Angela Merkel meet in Aso Rock
  • Europa League: Iwobi, Moses get Sporting, PAOK Challenge
  • Bolt happy with triumphant debut for Mariners
  • Ronaldo tries again for first goal, Inter for first win
  • FIFA: Nigerians Make 2018 World Cup Unforgettable
  • Champions League Draw: Ronaldo Back to Old Trafford
  • Serena off Witthoeft to set up Venus clash
  • Plot against Super Eagles’ AFCON ticket thickens
  • ‘I feel like I’m still a student’
  • Student dies on birthday
  • Police arrest SARS officer, 31 others over student’s death
  • When silence is not golden
  • Danfodiyo varsity hosts Gobir cultural conference
  • Telecom firm thrills UNILAG students at Hall Week
  • Government’s irrational ban of codeine syrup

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

The Guardian

  • Saraki declares bid for Aso Rock as Buhari mocks defectors
  • MTN’s shares drop 23% after CBN’s $8.1bn sanction
  • Don’t force Moses out of retirement, Mabo tells Rohr
  • Illegal tobacco marketers escape government watch, undermine ITP
  • Nigerian startup shortlisted for Silicon Valley’s demo in the United States
  • McCain returns to US Capitol one last time as colleagues say goodbye
  • Trump insists White House a ‘smooth-running machine’
  • Dogara’s media aide, Rinsola Abiola dumps APC
  • Russia blocks publication of UN report critical of North Korea
  • Nigeria, Germany sign pacts on agric, commerce
  • South Korea’s Moon to send special envoy to North Korea next week
  • Vincent Enyeama departs Lille by mutual consent
  • Under-fire Mourinho insists he is ‘one of the greatest’
  • Boateng to stay at Bayern, Bernat to join PSG – Kovac
  • Thierry Henry promoted to Belgium’s assistant coach: federation
  • Ronaldo ‘furious’ at losing to Modric for UEFA player of year
  • VAR in Champions League only from 2019-20 season, say UEFA
  • Coca-Cola buys coffee chain Costa for £3.9 bn
  • Tokyo stocks open lower extending loss in US
  • Insurance recapitalisation deadline now October 1 – NAICOM
  • Why Nigeria needs to be re-structured
  • PIGB rejection as fatal blow to oil sector reforms
  • Political defections in Nigeria, causes and consequences
  • APC will retain governorship seat in Osun — Tinubu
  • 2019 general elections will be violence-free,says Kalu
  • Foretelling democracy atrophy
  • Visa, LSETF to digitize payments for MSMEs
  • FG to ban gmail, others for official work, mulls .ng
  • Paystack secures $8m Series A Funding
  • Oyo declares today work-free day for PVCs’ collection
  • Watch Terry Apala Appreciate Plus-Sized Women’s “Baca”
  • Substituting almonds for breakfast skipped improves insulin resistance

(www.guardian.ng)                                     

 

ThisDay

  • UBA Grows Gross Earnings By 16% to N258bn
  • Farmers Draw N150bn from CBN’s Anchor Borrowers’ Programme
  • Can MTN Nigeria Survive Multiple Fines?
  • Presidency: PIGB Contains Constitutional, Legal Breaches
  • Suspected Herdsmen Kill Family of Five, Three Others in Plateau
  • Kwankwaso Declares for Presidency
  • Buhari Receives German Chancellor Merkel at State House
  • FG Committed to Fast-tracking ERGP Implementation
  • Buratai: Soldiers Indicted for Mutiny will Face the Law
  • Trump Threatens to Withdraw US from WTO
  • I Didn’t Endorse Ogboru, Says Uduaghan, Accused Mischief Makers for Trying…
  • Soyinka Berates Buhari over Comments on Rule of Law
  • Atiku: PDP Presidential Aspirants to Sign Undertaking Not to Defect
  • Apapa Gridlock Persists One Month after Osinbajo’s Intervention
  • House Committee Blames DPR for Loss of $21bn
  • FAAC: New Template for NNPC Remittances Soon
  • Buhari Leaves Nigeria for China friday
  • Showdown Looms over INEC Budget as N’Assembly C’ttees Recommend Virement from…
  • 4,245 Adolescents Living with HIV/AIDS in Nasarawa, Says NASACA
  • Buhari Trained to Kill, Not to Govern, Says Bafarawa
  • Police Arraign 57 Youths for Alleged Homosexuality
  • African Countries Must Embrace Agriculture, Says US Envoy
  • Okocha: It’s Unlawful for EFCC to Commence Unilateral Investigation of a…
  • 73 Battalion: Ganduje, Kwankwaso’s Rift May Cause Violence in 2019 Elections
  • 4,245 Adolescents Living with HIV/AIDS in Nasarawa, Says NASACA
  • Buhari Trained to Kill, Not to Govern, Says Bafarawa
  • Police Arraign 57 Youths for Alleged Homosexuality
  • African Countries Must Embrace Agriculture, Says US Envoy
  • Okocha: It’s Unlawful for EFCC to Commence Unilateral Investigation of a…
  • 73 Battalion: Ganduje, Kwankwaso’s Rift May Cause Violence in 2019 Elections

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Vanguard

  • APC is not youth friendly- Rinsola, MKO Abiola’s daughter
  • National interest supercedes individual rights – S-Court
  • RESTRUCTURING: We’re back to the trenches – N-Delta militants
  • Not-Too-Young-To-Run Movement disowns Saraki’s affiliation
  • Gay partner arrested for rupturing partner’s rectum in Ogun
  • Confusion trails planned closure of Lagos-Ibadan expressway
  • Presidential candidate coming through direct primary; 34 states go for indirect – APC
  • FAAC: FG, States , LGs share N714.809b
  • Bolt Makes Mariners Debut In Friendly
  • Police Disown Report, Say 8 Commissioners To Be Deployed In Osun Guber Not
  • Dana Air Adds Boeing 737-700 Aircraft To Its Fleet
  • Osun 2018: Opposition Parties Have No Chance – Tinubu
  • Apapa Gridlock: Lagos Acquires Expansive Land For Trailer Park
  • Buhari’s China Trip Decoy To Rig Elections, Remove Saraki, Alleges Timi Frank
  • 2019 Presidency : Atiku Weeps, Obtains PDP Nomination Forms
  • Eaglets Arrive Niamey For WAFU Zone B U-17 Tourney
  • Missing Child At Christ Embassy: Edo Govt Evacuates Children From Orphanage
  • Nigeria Illegal Migrants To Europe On Their Own – Buhari
  • Balarabe Musa Bows Out As PRP Chairman
  • Protests In Uganda After Lawmakers Detained At Airport
  • Lagos Set To Celebrate World Coconut Day
  • NBA Attacks Buhari, Insists Rule Of Law Central To Democracy
  • APC Is Not Youth Friendly- Rinsola, MKO Abiola’s Daughter
  • Man To Clean Court Premises For 2 Weeks Over Beer Purchase
  • Popular Music Producer, Popito Signs Juicy Deal With TNBT
  • PACT: I’m Still Running, Says Moghalu, Rejects Durotoye’s Emergence As Presidential Candidate
  • Many Nigerians Lack Adequate Dietary Knowledge — Nutritionist
  • Police To Partner With NYSC To Fight Crimes

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

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