Today’s evening news (Wednesday, March 20, 2019)


  • INEC challenges ruling as court stops Bauchi gov poll results collation
  • Polls: Buratai avoids question on militarys interference
  • FGll prioritise health expenditure in 2019 Udoma
  • Lassa fever, meningitis, cholera killed 156 Nigerians in 2019 NCDC
  • Navy seeks regional partners collaboration on Gulf of Guinea
  • The career woman and childbearing delay: A clinical view
  • Britain trains 3,600 Nigerian troops in tackling security threats
  • No court has nullified my candidature, says Omo-Agege
  • Sustainable development goals require $55bn annually, says FG
  • FG transferred N201bn to MDAs retirement benefit accounts PenCom
  • NNPC considers extending gas pipeline to Algeria
  • Refineries lost N132bn in 2018, says NNPC
  • No plan to sell Lagos trade fair complex FG
  • FG to auction N100bn bonds March 27
  • Utilise capital market to fund budget, experts tell FG
  • 2019 budget: MTEF suffers another setback
  • Infrastructure deficit bane of aviation sector growth FG
  • Experts demand local content law in aviation downstream
  • Kwara owes N30.2bn debt, says Finance Commissioner
  • Marketing Edge calls for award entries
  • Nigeria needs to reduce tax compliance costs PwC
  • Avoid uncontrolled use of pain killer drugs
  • Tony Elumelu Foundation to announce selected entrepreneurs


  • Don’t play dirty politics ahead 2020, group tells Obaseki
  • Sunola unveils new products, flags off consumer campaign
  • Modion Communications, Singapore partner on 2019 LPG forum
  • ID Africa acquires TheNETng to form MMC powerhouse
  • How Enoghie of Ukhiri was kidnapped’Family member
  • DAWN, Afenifere, others set agenda for S’West govs-elect, harp on regional integration
  • Unrest: Oyetola shuts colleges of technology
  • Reps to probe deployment of military men during polls, Kajuru killings
  • Danag table water enters market
  • Entertainment, media projected to drive Nigeria ad growth by 12.1%
  • Petition: My case against Buhari, by Atiku
  • Goldberg’s Ita Faaji back, to tour 20 cities
  • 10 injured, as youths disrupt crusade in Niger
  • Reps to probe deployment of military men during polls, Kajuru killings
  • PDP South-west elders fault 2019 general elections
  • Ugwuanyi inaugurates Abor erosion reclamation work
  • How election landed Imo elders at crossroads
  • How my brother was killed ‘ Obilonu
  • Bauchi: Why Gov. Abubakar is battling
  • Rivers: As INEC rolls out plan, APC calls for redeployment of REC
  • Senate President: Concern in APC as Lawan, Goje, Ndume heat contest
  • I have not, will not and will never abandon Atiku ‘ Gbenga Daniel
  • Bandits in Zamfara better equipped than the military ‘ Yari


  • Our Girls; Census fiction; politics vs governance
  • Tempers rise as INEC gets set for makeup elections
  • Senate passes N30,000 minimum wage bill
  • Govt mulls VAT increase
  • No document to back my claims on Fayose, says ex-minister
  • Tinubu: I’m not in Kano
  • Buhari, service chiefs meet in Abuja
  • Politicians, others upbeat over pending polls results
  • Boeing chief executive speaks on crash of Max 8 aircraft
  • Kaduna killings: Catholic bishops ask El-Rufai to convene stakeholders meeting
  • Kwara debt profile hits N30.2b
  • Asaba court ruling has no effect on my election, says Omo-Agege
  • Kleb Shout group for Europe, US tour
  • Im okay, Etinosa assures fans
  • Aramide performs at 2019 SXSW Festival
  • Canon hosts private press screening of Kunle Afolayans MOKALIK
  • Establishment Lounge to host My Hood Live Concert 2.0
  • MultiChoice Talent Factory networking portal goes live
  • 24 states enact CPS
  • Social Security expansion to get serious hearing in U.S. House
  • PTAD chief wins Africa personality award


  • Golden Sugar Affirms Commitment to Business Growth
  • An Unmitigated Reputational Damage
  • Marriott Expands to Algeria
  • An Unmitigated Reputational Damage
  • Understanding Exchange Traded Funds
  • Access Bank Beats the Odds
  • Emefiele: Strategic Approaches to Industrialisation Never Worked
  • Avon HMO Partners Lagos on Healthcare
  • OVH Energy, FRSC Facilitate Drivers Training, Promote Road Safety
  • 2019 Election and Judicial Activism
  • Okpekpe Organisers Give Timeline for Registration of Athletes
  • Odegha Surges into NNPC GMDs Cup Lead
  • House to Investigate Military Involvement in General Election
  • Fleeing Boko Haram Members Kill Three in Borno Community
  • One Person Killed, 10 Injured in Osun Boundary Dispute
  • Nigeria’s Democracy May Collapse, PDP South-west Caucus Cries out
  • NNPC Extends Gas Pipeline to Algeria, Advances Northern Oil Search
  • Court Judgment Rekindles Delta APC Crisis
  • Relief for PSG as UEFA Drops Financial Probe
  • Creating Effective Organisational Boards
  • APC Will Not be Allowed to Rig Supplementary Elections, PDP Assures
  • Navy Tackles Rising Cases of Illegal Fishing, to Acquire Dedicated Vessels


  • Rivers: Stop daydreaming, PDP tells Amaechi
  • C’River NASS poll: Ndoma-Egba, Esor, 9 others file petitions at tribunal
  • Corruption responsible for building collapse in Nigeria ‘Nwafulugo, first Okopoly female rector
  • Buhari should be father to all -Mustapha
  • Frills of 2019 presidential election
  • March 9: You’ve betrayed us, Army tells police, INEC
  • Reps: North Central lobbies APC forspeakership position
  • Bauchi guber: Court stops resumed collation of result
  • Security Chiefs keep mum after closed doors meeting with Buhari
  • Oyo: Makinde has brought new dawn ‘Alaafin
  • AFCON 2019 qualifier: Super Eagles’ camp bubbles in Asaba
  • As Seychelles’ Pirates land in Nigeria
  • Olympic Eagles set to overpower Libya in Tunisia
  • Chidera Eze looks beyond Dream Team
  • Higher Institutions Football League changing fortunes in universities
  • Transcorp declares N22.4bn PBT
  • Fowler to Nigerians: Be ready for VAT increase
  • Yar’adua Foundation, others to lose N4.8bn property for evading tax ‘ ICPC
  • FG to rebuild battered Nigerian unity -Runsewe
  • Govt adjusted MTEF/FSP for 2019 budget ‘Minister
  • Cultists invade school in Benin, injure many students
  • Bayelsa: Commissioner, father of slain party chieftain testify before panel of inquiry
  • Obaseki, experts, other stakeholders appraise Edo-BEST programme



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