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Today’s evening news (Tuesday, October 9, 2018)

The Nation

  • Fayose not wanted in our party, says Ekiti APC
  • Flood: LG boss decries paucity of funds in Anambra IDPs
  • Twitter handles bearing my name, photographs fake – IBB
  • FG Confirms over $177m support for Ogoniland clean up
  • You disobeyed your own court order, Shehu Sani tells rival Uba sani
  • Fayose sues EFCC for N20b over security watch list
  • 2019: ‘No vacancy in Aso Rock’
  • Buhari, Amosun meet in Aso Rock
  • Road crashes claim 32 lives in Edo – FRSC
  • Two teenagers in court for stealing grinding machines
  • African Economic Development: IMF tasks countries on performance
  • Plateau gets new Police Commissioner
  • TETFUND gives condition for local conference sponsorship
  • 2019: Stakeholders, aspirants reject Kogi PDP Rep primary exercise
  • 22 Zika Virus cases in India, no deaths reported
  • GOtv Boxing 16: Ghana’s Lamptey vows to demolish ‘Real One’
  • 1000 athletes for Toyin Saraki Baseball & Softball tourney
  • ANYASI-AGWU: Day son ‘stabbed’ me because of Enyimba
  • SERENA: Giving birth to Olympia nearly killed me
  • Lagos SWAN honours Seyi Akinwunmi
  • Europa League: Arsenal, Milan win, as Celtic slump in Salzburg
  • Nigerian varsities and global ranking
  • Don laments death of ceramics firms
  • ‘Foreign languages useful to promoting local cultures’
  • Eight battle for soccer trophy
  • Hurdles against Not-Too-Young-To-Run law
  • Playing on the world stage
  • Ajasin varsity starts compulsory environmental sanitation




  • Siblings arraigned for defrauding BDC operators of $50,000
  • BREAKING: Lawan moves motion for Senate’s adjournment over Nzeribe, Adedoyin’s deaths
  • Constant medical check-up key to fighting breast, cervical cancer
  • Herdsmen attacks: Don’t toy with people’s lives, Afenifere cautions Tinubu
  • Former Guatemalan vice president sentenced to prison for fraud
  • Thailand to deport foreigners overstaying visas
  • Ondo lecturer allegedly dies in house fire
  • Akoko-Edo APC primaries: Speaker, lawmaker, lay claims to Reps ticket
  • Election: Cameroon minister calls opposition victory claim unacceptable
  • N14bn Police pension scam: Parties to adopt final addresses Dec 5
  • Burglar invades policeman’s home, steals security lamp fittings
  • Cultism: Eight Yabatech students in court
  • Djokovic beats Chardy again to reach Shanghai third round
  • Alleged fraud: Witness’ ill health stalls Suswam’s trial
  • APC primary: Again, Amosun visits Buhari
  • Ondo lecturer allegedly dies in house fire
  • Burglar invades policeman’s home, steals security lamp fittings
  • UNGA: Nigeria pledges to end discrimination against women
  • BREAKING: IGP removes Plateau CP
  • UNGA: NDLEA decries abuse of tramadol, cough syrup
  • White tiger kills zookeeper in rare attack
  • Command arrests producer of adulterated wine in Lagos
  • Suspected robbers kill police inspector
  • Court orders extradition of money laundering suspect to US
  • BREAKING: Lawan moves motion for Senate’s adjournment over Nzeribe, Adedoyin’s deaths
  • Akoko-Edo APC primaries: Speaker, lawmaker, lay claims to Reps ticket
  • APC primary: Again, Amosun visits Buhari
  • PHOTOS: Legislative aides protest non-payment of salaries, allowances
  • VON DG petitions against Enugu APC senatorial primary
  • Primaries: Protesters storm APC National Secretariat



The Guardian

  • North Korea wants Pope to visit, South to tell Vatican
  • Buhari’s aide says CAN president paid to criticise president
  • 2019 and promises of unprecedented presidential challenge
  • Police Force Order 20 makes it compulsory for any lawyer to have free access to client in police detention
  • NFF laments Eagles’ apathy to Uyo camp as only three players in camp
  • Hurricane Michael reaches Category 2, threatens southern US
  • Zimbabwe strike planned Thursday despite police order
  • LASU dismiss three lecturers over sexual harassment
  • NASS adjourns resumption over death of member
  • Court sentence Shell MD, others to 3 months in prison
  • Five ‘names’ Buhari’s aide called CAN president
  • Ronaldo’s not easy to replace, says Juve sporting director
  • Serena confirmed for eighth Australian Open title tilt
  • Rooney calls on Man United players to ‘stand up’
  • 5,000 athletes for UNIPORT 2018 WAUG Games
  • Federer is top seed as Asian tennis circuit moves to Shanghai
  • Maraji Says She Collects An Average Of N500,000 Per Skit And Nigerians Are Not Having It
  • Nigerian Model With Tribal Marks Launches Campaign To Get Rihanna’s Attention
  • Chimamanda Adichie: Women Are Still Invisible
  • Group partners INEC to curb vote buying in Taraba
  • OPC, group laud Atiku’s emergence as PDP’s standard bearer
  • Dankwambo, Jang congratulate Atiku, solicit support



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