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Today’s evening news (Friday, March 22, 2019)

PUNCH

  • YPP protests INECs omission of partys symbol in Bayelsa
  • Lame response to unending security jitters
  • CBN to maintain tight monetary policy, estimates 12% inflation
  • Court admits additional exhibit in Synagogue engineers trial
  • NNPC begins rehabilitation of Port Harcourt refinery
  • Fashola faults housing deficit figures
  • NLNG to sign $1bn Train 7 project local content plan
  • Future looks gloomy for Nigerian forests FG
  • INEC holds supplementary election in Ibeju-Lekki state constituency
  • FG seeks to diversify stock market instruments
  • Nigeria produces 55.85 million tons of solid minerals NBS
  • Huawei to deepen investment in Nigeria
  • More millionaires emerge in Fidelity Bank promo
  • Textile industry: NECA, Textile Union back CBN on forex restriction
  • 80 youths graduate from LSETF employability support project
  • FCMB demonstrates commitment to employees welfare
  • NB to launch solar-powered brewery
  • Firm plans crypto-currencies for Africa
  • Continental Res profit rose by 22% in 2018
  • Nigerias balance of payment fragile Report
  • Saraki is the biggest loser in 2019 elections, says BMO
  • Tribunal: Edo, Niger govs mock Atiku, say hes wasting money

VANGUARD

  • Mob burns suspected ritualist to death in Bayelsa
  • Nigeria more divided than during civil war ‘ Obasanjo
  • Boko Haram: More children die from lack of access to safe water than by bullets ‘ UNICEF
  • INEC holds make-up polls in 17 states, FCT tomorrow
  • Obaseki warns against disruption of activities at Benin Central Mosque
  • Benue guber re-run: Tiv leaders, IPAC urge youths, stakeholders to eschew violence
  • Presidential poll: Atiku’s legal battle may be a rip-off’Gov Bello
  • Madumere’s aide escapes assassination
  • Nigeria will lose exotic plant species if forests’ abuse continues ‘ Odusote
  • Breaking: Bandits kill policeman, abduct four others in Zamfara
  • Fibre optic cables are an important infrastructure for modern living ‘ Obaseki
  • Obaseki okays contributory pension scheme for local govt workers
  • Enugu Govt orders closure of unauthorized sewage dump site
  • CCT Charge: I’ve no case to answer, Onnoghen insists
  • Report of diversion of N20bn IDPs money, fake news ‘ Gov. Lalong
  • Polls: FG orders closure of land borders in Adamawa, Benue, Sokoto
  • NIMASA, stakeholders seek end to cabotage waivers
  • CBN projects 3% GDP growth in 2019
  • Shippers’ Council targets 30% reduction in cost of clearing goods
  • Target points for Buhari’s second term
  • FCCPC takes consumer rights awareness to Smartphone market
  • Govt. will no longer invest in excesses of sports federations ‘ Minister
  • Prof Olurode tasks Ansar-ud-Deen on political engagement, inclusiveness

THE NATION

  • Legal battles, muscle flexing as APC, PDP get set for polls
  • Legal battles, muscle flexing as APC, PDP get set for polls
  • Local bond market attracts $6b, says CBN
  • Four vehicles burnt in Lagos gas explosion
  • Afenifere: burden of crisis
  • Rivers: INEC to resume collation of election results
  • DHQ: Military, police not at loggerheads
  • Attah: Import of Buharis victory for Nigeria
  • Lessons of 2019 elections
  • U.S. Report over anti-graft war false, says EFCC
  • Well complete N50b bond repayment in June
  • Rivers of tears, blood and gore
  • Cultists kill corps members in Bayelsa
  • Borno stakeholders back Ndume for Senate President
  • Toward a progressive governance outcome
  • Falana urges Fed Govt to obey judgments on asylum seekers
  • No more excuses
  • Prosecution closes case in Onnoghens trial after three witnesses
  • Benue PDP petitions CP over alleged soldiers brutality, electoral violence
  • Fed Govt, private sector to partner on labour-friendly policies
  • FOBTOB institutes empowerment scheme for members children
  • Industrialist seeks increased surveillance on harmful frozen fish import

THISDAY

  • STACO Insurance Introduces Retail Products
  • Abba-Kura takes over as Apapa Customs Controller
  • RMB Expands to India
  • Ahmed Musa Says Eagles Will Play for Pride
  • Star Lager Backs SEagles to Shine against Seychelles
  • Why the Armys Indictment of INEC Should Interest Everyone
  • AFCON 2019: Rohr Dismisses Favourite Tag for Eagles
  • Unmasking the Antics of Senator Lawan
  • Court Restrains NBBF Factions from Interference in Kwese League
  • Considering the Common Good of the 2019 Elections
  • Dennerby Promises to Take Nigerias Best Legs to World Cup in France
  • Sponsors Promise Youths Exciting Final
  • NIS 25th Anniversary: GOtv, SuperSport Win Big For MultiChoice Nigeria
  • Fierce Battle Loading for the Final Ten Tickets
  • Coach Sure Elite Runners ll Boost Lagos Media Marathon
  • 2020 Olympics: 11 Nigerian Athletes Get IOC Scholarship
  • NPFL: MFM FC Holds Katsina Utd to Extend Group A Lead
  • WCQ: Nigeria U-19 Cricket Team Upsets Uganda, Remains Unbeaten
  • Panasonic Trains Technicians, Engineers on Installation and Repairs
  • Keystone Bank visits State of Osun Government
  • Nigeria Imports N8.5tn Drilling Rigs from India
  • What is the Population of Nigeria
  • Clearing Agents Accuse Customs of Sabotaging Trade Facilitation

THE SUN

  • APC desperate on Benue rerun ‘Ortom
  • North’ll field better candidate for 2023 presidency ‘Shettima
  • INEC must use supplementary elections to rewrite some wrongs ‘Ajaero
  • N17bn treasury: PDP in hurry to resume looting in Imo ‘Okorocha
  • Abia North : Elders tackle police over Ohuabunwa
  • US expresses displeasure over Nigeria’s elections
  • INEC proceeds with Bauchi, Adamawa supplementary guber polls
  • AFCON 2019 Qualifier: Eagles set to feast on Pirates in Asaba
  • Bayern tables N16.1b for Onyekuru
  • Police beef up security for Super Eagles
  • We’re playing Seychelles for pride ‘Musa
  • NCDMB, NLNG sign $1bn Train 7 Project Nigerian Content Plan today
  • Clearing agents threaten to shut Lagos ports over multiple Customs checkpoints
  • AFCON 2019 TV right: CAF must embrace fair play ‘Stakeholders
  • Consumers commend innovativeness of Hollandia Yoghurt Mixology
  • Mike Tyson to hit Nigeria for African heavyweight fight
  • Glo to showcase digital solutions at Africa CEO Forum
  • Eagles’ll beat Seychelles with Russia 2018 spirit ‘Ighalo
  • No MAX aircraft till after investigations ‘Air Peace
  • Osagiede named US congressional 2019 global woman of excellence
  • Star Lager-backed S’Eagles set to shine
  • Rohr wants Eagles in Abuja
  • Address challenges facing manufacturing sector in Lagos, MAN urges Sanwo-Olu

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