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Today’s evening news (Monday, September 3, 2018)

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)

 

Punch

  • Kidnappers demand N20m to release Edo LG chairman
  • NDLEA raids clubs, hotels in Oyo
  • 3,089 cases of sexual, domestic violence in eight months –Lagos
  • Rat fever hits India after worst flood
  • PHOTOS: Police parade robbers, cattle rustlers in Kaduna
  • Akure killings: NSCDC denies shielding suspect
  • Gunmen abduct Catholic priest in Delta
  • Medical director suspended for allegedly assaulting female doctor
  • Insecurity: SGF inaugurates committee on peace commission
  • Family beats, chops man’s hand for asking whereabouts of missing cow
  • Uncollected PVCs: INEC to send sms to owners
  • Nigeria, South Africa armies pledge cooperation
  • Buhari lauds China over investments in West Africa
  • Nigeria signs MOU with Volkswagen Group to boost industry
  • Some separated children in US opt to join their deported parents
  • Ronaldo, Salah, Modric nominated for FIFA best player award
  • Buhari’s men plot acting DSS boss’ removal, southern leaders kick
  • 14 killed, many injured in fresh Plateau attack
  • 3,089 cases of sexual, domestic violence in eight months –Lagos
  • Akure killings: NSCDC denies shielding suspect
  • Gunmen abduct Catholic priest in Delta
  • Medical director suspended for allegedly assaulting female doctor
  • Family beats, chops man’s hand for asking whereabouts of missing cow
  • Woman swaps husband’s sperm for lover’s during IVF
  • Man hangs self after wife returned to first husband
  • Fresh polio outbreak hits Jigawa, Katsina, Yobe
  • Uncollected PVCs: INEC to send sms to owners
  • Three declare interest in Kwara gov seat
  • Lawmaker representing Oyinlola’s constituency dumps APC for ADC
  • Atiku woos Osun PDP delegates for presidential primary
  • No screening for Saraki, Atiku, Tambuwal, others now –PDP
  • Direct primaries: APC state chairmen, Oshiomhole on collision course

(www.punchng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Man hangs self over alleged denial of banana in Anambra
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  • NDLEA Raids Clubs, Hotels For Drugs In Oyo
  • Police Arrest Alleged Killers Of Twin, 9 Others In Ekiti
  • Police Confirm Abduction Of Catholic Priest In Delta
  • Buhari Mourns Delta APC Chieftain, Pastor Aginighan, Son Orderly
  • I Regret Not Winning Lagos For PDP In 2003 – Atiku
  • Suu Kyi’s Image Now In Tatters
  • MCustoms Task Journalists On Objective, Balanced Reports
  • FG ’Ll Strengthen Navy To Defend Strategic Off-Shore Oil Installations- Defence Minister
  • Navy Inducts Over 200 Assorted Boats In 2 Years
  • Lagos PDP Boosts Atiku’s Presidential Aspiration
  • Polio Immunization: Agency Targets 41,460 Children In Hadejia LGA
  • Controversy Galore As YouTube Takes Off ‘Amen’ Video From Site
  • David Mark Hands Over Benue PDP To Gov. Ortom
  • Talent Floods Laliga Santander Transfer Market
  • Breaking: Buhari Again Declines Assent To Electoral (Amendment) Bill
  • Poor Teaching Methodologies Killing Nigerian Varsities- Afe Babalola
  • PDP Flays Eyiboh For Asking Gov. Emmanuel Not To Seek Re-Election
  • Man Hangs Self Over Alleged Denial Of Banana In Anambra
  • 4:27 PMYoung Nigerians Lament High Cost Of Nomination Forms
  • Persons Living With Disabilities Decry Poor Hygiene Facilities In Bauchi
  • APC’s Direct primaries: Govs, aspirants move against Oshiomhole
  • DSS Postings: Southern, M-Belt leaders kick, as top Presidency official summons Seiyefa
  • Plot to sack Malami, Baru, other technocrats thickens ahead 2019 polls
  • Obasanjo queried me for backing restructuring — Atiku
  • 2019: Why we want Buhari’s job, by 6 female aspirants
  • Electoral bill: Presidency, APC frustrating NASS, Nigerians—PDP
  • Banks downsize loan portfolio by N855bn
  • External reserves to drop below $45bn in Sept
  • AGF asks court to hands off suit against Saraki’s removal

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Ekiti Police Arrest 2 for Alleged Murder
  • Nigeria, Volkswagen Sign Pact to Develop Automative Industry
  • Buhari’s Supporters Storm APC Headquarters, Demand Direct Primaries
  • Benue PDP Leaders Give Party Structure to Ortom
  • Dankwambo Campaign Organisation Appoints Adewopo Spokesman
  • FG, BoI Launch ‘Trader Moni’, Give N10,000 Collateral-Free Loan to Traders…
  • Death Toll Hits 48 in Boko Haram Attack on Nigerian Troops,…
  • Ex-VC, Babalola Advocate Improved Teaching Methodologies in Tertiary Institutions
  • EU Commits €138m to Fund Development in Lake Chad Basin
  • Youths Go Violent as Gunmen Attack Plateau Community Again
  • Lalong Condemns Attack on Plateau Community
  • Vote Buying, Imposition of Candidates, Challenges of Nigeria’s Democracy, Say Youths
  • China Announces $60bn Financing for Africa
  • State Secret: Myanmar Court Jails Reuters Journalists for Seven Years
  • Bakare’s Dreams for Eti-Osa
  • Brazil’s 200-Year-Old Museum Gutted by Fire
  • Buhari: I’m Not Afraid of Free, Fair, Credible Polls
  • Presidency: All is Well with Electoral Act Amendment Bill
  • UBA Appoints Four New Board Members
  • You Can’t Remove DSS Boss, South, Middle Belt Leaders Tell Buhari
  • Cholera Outbreak: Death Toll Hits 47 in Katsina
  • Death Toll Rises as Bodies of 17 Soldiers Recovered in Daring…
  • Renewed Cult War Claims Five Lives in Edo
  • Christian Groups, Elders’ Forum Express Concerns over Nigeria’s Democracy
  • Global Military Strength: Nigeria Ranked 43rd
  • Jonathan Hosted More World Leaders, Says Omokri
  • Pan-Igbo Group Endorses Ugwuanyi for Second Term
  • Jonathan Administration Hosted More World Leaders, Omokri tells Garba Shehu
  • PCN Shuts down 321 Pharmacies, Drugs Outlets in Bayelsa
  • Ogbeh Explains Low Agricultural Growth in Q2
  • Group Tasks Africa to Focus on Trade with China
  • Nigerians Claim Citizenship of Other Countries to Secure Travel Documents
  • PTAD Enrols 24,000 Newly Verified Pensioners for Payment
  • Stock Market Investors Lose N897bn in Eight Months
  • NNPC: FG Ignored Advice to Review Expired 1993 PSC Terms …
  • Ibori Mourns ex-NDDC MD, Aghinighan

(www.thisdaylive.com)

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