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Here are the major headlines for Friday, January 25, 2019

PUNCH

  • Dont be fooled by APCs hypocrisy, Ortom tells Benue people
  • INEC rejects Ezekwesilis withdrawal from presidential race
  • Civil society groups demand Buharis health status
  • Court of Appeal reinstates Duke as SDP presidential candidate
  • Between the cabal and the crooked
  • RMAFC to order probe of banks over stamp duty
  • Rainfall deficit threatens food security in 2019 NiMet
  • NDIC paid N7bn to FG in 2018 Ibrahim
  • FG partners IAEA to manage underground water resources
  • Bad debts: CBN plans tougher bank capital rules
  • No discrepancies in 2019 budget proposals Akabueze
  • FIRS will surpass N5.3tn 2018 revenue Fowler
  • Experts want more products in capital market
  • Nigeria records N2.03tn trade surplus with India
  • Farmers want to be involved in policy formulation, implementation
  • Unstable political environment, risky for businessLCCI
  • Is long-term loan right for your business
  • FMN transfers assets in division to subsidiary
  • NBC gives reason for suspension of production in Enugu Plant
  • ABCON, NFIU move against money laundering
  • May & Baker lists additional shares on NSE
  • Cypress inaugurates new board
  • 2019: DBN targets MSMEs with N70bn loans

VANGUARD

  • Vote for Buhari, get 2023 Presidency ‘ Amaechi tells Ndigbo
  • No discrepancy in 2019 budget, FG tells NASS
  • Ezekwesili: It’s too late to withdraw from presidential poll ‘ INEC
  • Naira up at N362.43 /$ in I&E window
  • Why I’m supporting Atiku on privatization of refineries, others ‘ Onuesoke
  • 100 days in office: Fayose left N155bn debt ‘ Fayemi
  • DCP expresses worry over prison rehabilitation centres
  • Show your scorecard to Nigerians, Obi challenges APC
  • My technique of crafting gives me edge over other bakers- James Bakker
  • Strike: FG yet to address funding of varsities ‘ ASUU
  • Group urges Abians to rally support for Ikpeazu
  • Prayer is the secret of my achievement ‘ Balogun
  • Gridlock: Traffic Radio commences reportage of miritime, flight, rail schedules
  • Buhari lauds Okunbor on Greenhouse farm investment
  • Labour party raises alarm over state of Imo economy
  • Court remands Ondo prince in prison custody over allegations of robbery
  • 17-yr-old secondary school student, 16 others arrested for robbery, kidnapping
  • Why I paraded myself as ACP’Dismissed SP
  • NDIC returns N7bn surplus to treasury
  • Credit guaranty scheme underway for DBN institutions
  • Lagos gov poll: Agbaje frowns at vandalisation of billboards, materials
  • Reps: My agenda is to relocate Oil company headquarters to Niger Delta ‘ Horsfall
  • Absa Bank rules out Nigerian bank acquisition

THE NATION

  • Southeast to Buhari: give us IGP, Security Council slot
  • Minimum Wage Bill passes second reading
  • Diezani cash: Ex-INEC officials convicted
  • Fayemi: ex-Governor Fayose left N155.79b debt
  • Abacha loot: Swiss govt has returned over $1.04b to Nigeria since 1999, says Magu
  • Lagos residents in street protest over Apapa gridlock
  • INEC, ACPN kick as Ezekwesili ends presidential aspiration
  • Remembering MLK on the 90th anniversary of his birth
  • Non-indigenes in Ebonyi endorse Atiku
  • CBN plans new capital control rules
  • INEC commends Muslim congress on voters sensitisation
  • Edosomwan: NDCP will declare war on poverty
  • Experts seek truly independent electoral umpire
  • We shall continue to work to eliminate poverty in Delta Okowa
  • Delta South Senatorial: Isoko monarchs give positive recommendations to Uduaghan
  • APC dismisses suspension of Hope Uzodinma
  • 2019: SGF predicts landslide victory for Buhari
  • Ezekwesilis planned coalition wont fly, says DG VON
  • Atiku, Saraki, others assure Kaduna of peace and security
  • PDP will reverse this baggage economy, says Peter Obi
  • Simi releases new single Ayo

THISDAY

  • Aviation Cabotage Policy to Resolve BASA Treaties, Says Legal Expert
  • FG Urged to Reform Import, Export, Transit Regulatory Procedures
  • NIMASA Pledges to Reposition Maritime Sector
  • NIWA Gives 14-day Ultimatum for Vessel Owners to Remove wrecks
  • Baro Port as Gate-way Towards Economic Growth
  • Bankole: Aviation World Has Left Nigeria Behind
  • Enhancing Manpower Capabilities
  • Investing in Disposable Plastic Production Business
  • First Bank Pledges Increased Investment in Technology
  • NCAA Reiterates Importance of Training
  • Group Seeks Sack of NDLEA Chairman
  • FRSC inaugurates Special Marshals at MMA2
  • Huawei Launches 5G Multi-mode Chipset, 5G CPE Pro
  • EATNGO Makes London Stock Exchange List of Companies
  • FG Bans Discos Connection of Affluent Nigerians to 33KV Power Lines
  • Adebutu Remains Our Ogun Guber Candidate, PDP Insists
  • Banky W Begins Door To Door Campaign
  • INEC Fails to Defend Oyetolas Declaration as Osun Governor
  • Emmanuel Agrees, Only God Can Save Him
  • Atikus American Homecoming
  • What Nigeria Can Learn from How China Eradicated Poverty
  • Understanding the Imo Guber Imbroglio in Imo State
  • Otti, Ogahs Kinsmen Throw Support Behind Ikpeazu Ahead 2019 Polls

THE SUN

  • S’West SDP insists on Gana as presidential candidate
  • Boro signs Mikel, eyes EPL promotion
  • FIBAWorld Cup African Qualifiers: Nwora calls for early preparations
  • Second NFF-AITEO Football Awards set for April 1
  • Kwara FA elections: Chairmanship aspirants, stakeholders interact
  • Battle for Women’s league title begins at Agege Stadium
  • 2019 Access Bank Lagos City Marathon: Sowore, others to speak at media seminar
  • Buhari’ll record landslide victory in South West ‘ Ajimobi
  • Ogun : Adebutu is our guber candidate, PDP insists
  • AI launches Nigerian media freedom of expression campaign
  • SDP: Appeal Court sacks Gana, declares Duke presidential candidate
  • Afe Babalola very dear to us in Ikere -Alagbado
  • Wisdom of playing the waiting game
  • Tinubu as a glorified power hostage
  • May your seat not be empty
  • Akinlade, equity and Ogun 2019
  • 2019 elections: The choice before Nigerians (1)
  • The coup attempt in Gabon
  • Nigeria and the potential of 4th industrial revolution
  • Atiku as Ndigbo’s best bet
  • The Sun Award : Memo from the Managing Director/Editor-in-chief
  • Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi: The people’s governor

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