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Here are the major headlines for Monday, October 21, 2019

The Guardian

  • Study finds footballers 3.5 times more likely to die from brain trauma
  • Confusion, anger as telcoms charge N4 for banking services
  • Why Niger Delta governors instigated our probe, by NDDC
  • Hillary Clinton posts parody Kennedy letter mocking Trump
  • Joshua will not touch my belts before rematch, vows Ruiz Jr.
  • Oil prices fall as global demand concerns grow
  • Court to resume Naira Marley case tomorrow
  • Chile extends state of emergency as protest death toll hits seven
  • Lufthansa flights back to normal after 100 flights cancelled on Sunday
  • Canada vote too close to call as Trudeau hopes to cling on
  • British Prime Minister Johnson prepares fresh Brexit push
  • Five talking points in European football this weekend
  • Mourinho and Solskjaer fire back at Klopp
  • Five schools qualify for Zenith Delta Principals’ Cup quarterfinals
  • Rooney falls in MLS farewell, champs Atlanta advance
  • Will Nigeria ever play in netball’s World Cup?
  • NIS’ HOD appeals to sports ministry for justice over missing file
  • Sanwo-Olu and Lagos deplorable roads
  • FCT gets 1000 trees as Cosgrove embarks on CSR to commemorate Customer Week
  • Nigerians behave as if they want enmity between executive and legislature, says Fayemi
  • Triumph of YPP, Ubah over brothers at polls’ tribunal
  • I’m not in talks with PRP, says Moghalu
  • Pound dips as Brexit saga drags but hopes for deal lend support
  • Underwriters, banks target N270 billion premium from 45m cargoes
  • Digital banking and why ‘business as usual’ is not an option
  • Man’s Arm Severed During Accident Reattached After A Nine-Hour Surgery
  • African parents and their children6 Ways To Handle A Child With Bad Behaviour
  • What You Need To Know About SLE (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus)
  • Knocking down walls, building bridges – Part 1
  • Deconstructing lawmakers’ decision to re-visit NGO Bill
  • From Afe to ABUAD: A legacy of leadership



  • EFCC begins witnesses recall in Fayose’s N2.2bn fraud case
  • Chioma shares video with Davido in hospital
  • Kogi Assembly has no constitutional backing to impeach Achuba —Senate Minority leader
  • Chinese outnumber Americans on rich list for first time ever
  • Court varies Sowore’s bail conditions
  • West, suspected serial killer, appears in court
  • PHOTOS: Police parade suspected kidnappers in Abuja
  • Wizkid, Quavo congratulate Davido, Chioma over birth of son
  • Not all breast lumps are cancerous –Oncologist
  • Five talking points in European football this weekend
  • Ex-Police boss swaps innocent person for drug suspect after taking bribe
  • ‘Two Onitsha tanker fire victims’ bodies still in mortuary’
  • Tennis: Murray rise continues after Belgian triumph
  • Kaduna torture centre inmates chained for eight years – Commissioner
  • Kanu announces mother’s death 50 days after
  • Ex-Police boss swaps innocent person for drug suspect after taking bribe
  • ‘Two Onitsha tanker fire victims’ bodies still in mortuary’
  • Two injured as container falls off truck in Onitsha
  • Bridegroom slumps at reception, dies in Ebonyi
  • Teenager breaks church’s offering boxes, steals money
  • Man dies while jogging in Lagos
  • NSCDC officer shot by kidnappers in FCT dies
  • Lagos socialite arraigned for perjury
  • Police deploy special forces to rescue abducted area commander
  • Kogi CJ swears in Onoja as Deputy Governor
  • Useni appeals Plateau gov tribunal verdict
  • APC, PDP exchange words over N8bn Iwo road project
  • PDP tackles Oshiomhole over arms stockpile comment
  • Buhari must stop lawlessness in Kogi – Achuba
  • Military should take orders from INEC – Situation Room
  • Economists, farmers disagree on border closure’s benefits, losses
  • N5tn: AMCON seeks judiciary’s support on debtors’ BVN
  • Defunct NEPA helicopters for sale, worth N259m
  • Slash data prices, minister orders telecom firms
  • Rice farmers promise to crash price, record bumper harvest
  • CBN opposes MTN over mobile banking transaction access


The Nation

  • Activists, residents knock Bayelsa as two drown in Yenagoa creek 
  • Appeal court affirms Uba Sani’s election
  • Over 200 Instagram accounts created for Davido’s son
  • BREAKING: Court varies conditions in bail granted Sowore, Bakare 
  • Wizkid, Quavo congratulate Davido, Chioma over birth of son 
  • BREAKING: Edward Onoja sworn-in as Kogi Deputy Governor 
  • BREAKING: Citation of Edward Onoja being read on the floor of Kogi Assembly
  • BREAKING: Two injured as container falls in Onitsha 
  • JUST IN: Stray Kano lion back in cage 
  • Hot porridge kills three kids in Bauchi
  • Buhari for Russia-Africa summit 
  • Full list of winners at Headies 2019 
  • Battle rages over Magu’s fate as EFCC chairman 
  • Escaped lion from Kano zoo captured 
  • ‘I was on drugs when I killed my father’ 
  • One feared killed as hoodlums attack Wada’s convoy
  • Border closure: IMF tacitly backs Nigeria, urges speedy resolution of issue 
  • A minister’s gaffe 
  • Gowon committed to Nigeria’s unity, prosperity, says Lawan 
  • The prince is here: Davido celebrates new baby 
  • Recruitment scandal 
  • Counting border closure’s cost 
  • Of rains and roads
  • Kogi poll and APC’s politics of reconciliation 
  • Court adjourns hearing in SSANU’s suit challenging new exco
  • I rustle cattle because humans aren’t involved- suspect 
  • ‘Umahi should discard Ruga plan’
  • APC chairmen enlist support for Buhari’s NDDC audit order 
  • ‘Houses of Assembly in Niger Delta should enact Anti-Grazing law’ 
  • Calabar carnival: Ayade calls for end to wars 
  • Onitsha fire victims: relief materials be hijacked 
  • Kogi West elders endorse Bello’s second term bid
  • ‘Oshiomhole raising false alarm’ 
  • ASUU plans showdown against Fed Govt’s payment system 
  • Campaign organisation decries release of suspected assassins
  • 27 naval officers get underwater warfare, other expertise 
  • How Nigeria can attain SDGs, by ministers, Buhari’s aide,
  • Nigerian varsities ‘won’t grow without autonomy’ 
  • Makinde’s N8b interchange project a scam, says Oyo APC
  • Oba Ewuare promises to do more 
  • Abducted police chief rescued 
  • Afenifere leader hails Fayemi
  • NCC stops MTN from charging customers N4 for USSD 
  • Five die in Ondo road crash 
  • Bishop okays Fayemi’s social scheme




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