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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Punch

  • Migration boosts German declining population by 400,000
  • AFCON 2019: Super Eagles need better goalkeeper, says Disu
  • Too much sugar in baby foods on market, says WHO
  • To see Benitez leave was disappointing, says Newcastle midfielder Ritchie
  • JUST IN: Buhari shows video clip on INEC Chair’s position on results transmission, Atiku objects
  • Tribunal: Buhari produces TV to counter Atiku’s video evidence
  • Arsenal’s Emery awaits decision on Koscielny’s future
  • Solskjaer confident De Gea will sign new deal soon
  • Domestic mobile payments to reach 203 billion in five years —Report
  • Siasia heartbroken after mother’s abduction
  • Utomi, Fajemirokun, others advise entrepreneurs on business success
  • Senate decries insecurity, backs troop deployment on highways
  • Nigeria’s disquieting state of insecurity: Time for action
  • VIDEO: Nigeria’s problems are beyond Buhari’s govt – Soyinka
  • Turkey to take over Gulen movement investments in Nigeria
  • Graduate jailed for impersonating American nurse
  • Cultists kill 500-level Cross River varsity student
  • Tension as SARS operatives allegedly kill cleaner in Lagos
  • Typographical error kept man in prison for 14 years after pardon
  • Passengers injured, seven cows die as bus rams into cattle
  • Wife of Nigerian PhD student killed in Malaysia seeks justice
  • Rivers court remands three for cultism
  • NASS members receive, decry N12.3bn welcome package
  • Herdsmen behead father, son in fresh Plateau attack
  • I’ve good case at tribunal, says Kalu
  • Bauchi gov says Assembly crisis ‘shameful’ as Reps panel visits
  • Tribunal watches Atiku’s video evidence
  • NASS: Appeal Court orders re-hearing of Ogun PDP petitions

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Breaking: Buhari plays video on INEC’s stand on results transmission 
  • Two held for ‘robbing’ Uber driver 
  • BREAKING: We didn’t transmit results electronically – INEC Chair 
  • Gunmen kidnap Niger Gov. Chief Of Staff’s sister-in-law, one other 
  • Disappointed Tunisia declare ‘small final’ a must win against Nigeria
  • Leadership tussle: Delta APC congratulates Omo-Agege on victory 
  • Seven dead, one injured in Jos building collapse – SEMA
  • New NHIS chief to workers: work hard or get out 
  • Bauchi Assembly crisis: Reps panel moves to reconcile aggrieved lawmakers
  • Insecurity: We’ll give special budgetary attention to Zamfara, says Gbajabiamila 
  • Navy destroys N8.4b crude oil 
  • Dolapo Osinbajo at 52: Seven things you should know about her 
  • Insecurity has been tamed – Buratai 
  • Police arrest three herdsmen for allegedly killing farmer 
  • Six surprising downsides of being extremely intelligent 
  • Be ruthless, decisive against bandits, Buratai charges troops 
  • UNIBEN student jumps to death 
  • Police arrest suspects over Olakunri’s murder 
  • Makinde declares N48bn assets 
  • Kano Emirates: I’m more Fulani than noisemakers, says Ganduje 
  • NLC seeks power sector privatisation review 
  • Cleaner shot dead in police, hoodlums clash 
  • Governor approves money for three Ruga settlements 
  • Four killed as suspected militia attack Tiv settlement 
  • Police parade 13 suspected kidnappers of Daura district head 
  • Police launch manhunt as gunmen kidnap Siasia’s mum, two others 
  • AFCON: Don’t Put Eagles’ Loss to Algeria on Me, says Akpeyi 
  • ‘I slept with my in-law thinking it was my husband’ 
  • Entrance exam into Lagos model colleges begins 
  • Yari congratulates Emefiele on second term 
  • Governorship tribunal adjourns hearing on El-Rufai’s witnesses 
  • Why Army trains, retrains officers, soldiers, by GOC
  • Use governors’ security votes to pay ransom, says NBA 
  • ‘CAN didn’t support Fatoyinbo for alleged rape’ 
  • Lawan to South Africa: Nigeria’ll no longer condone attacks 
  • Buhari’s lawyer to play video where INEC chair ruled out electronic transmission of results 
  • Inflation drops to 11.22% 
  • Supreme Court rejects suit seeking Bulkachuwa’s sack
  • PTDF extends scholarship to all Fed varsities 
  • Labour to NERC: don’t raise tariff

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

The Guardian

  • Balarabe Musa urges anti-Buhari protest as Nigerians back Obasanjo
  • Atiku, PDP tender video to prove use of server for polls
  • No plan to sack Super Eagles’ coach, says Pinnick
  • To allow RUGA is to surrender to worse fate suffered by Hausas
  • Integrating financing mechanisms to achieve universal health coverage
  • Outrage on insecurity is political, says Buratai
  • Ganduje appoints heads of government agencies, departments
  • We will no longer condone xenophobic attacks on Nigerians, says Lawan
  • NBS, experts disagree over falling consumer prices in June
  • Four feared killed in Benue community attack
  • How conflicts, poverty drive hunger, vaccine preventable diseases, by UN reports
  • Solskjaer confident De Gea will sign new deal soon
  • Arsenal’s Emery awaits decision on Koscielny’s future
  • Abaribote, other Abuja zone champions vow to excel at national final
  • Eguavoen blames lack of creative players for Super Eagles’ loss
  • Boxers throw verbal punches ahead of GOtv Boxing Night 19
  • Curtain falls on a Wimbledon of quests
  • The intricacies of rape in our society
  • Idigbe tasks governments’ on fundamental human rights
  • Sterling Bank to unveil initiative, trains paramilitary on financial plan
  • DPR reiterates zero tolerance to infractions, lifts Petrocam’s sanctions
  • Why Nigeria, others should explore export, PPP to check debt vulnerabilities
  • BBNaija 2019: 9 Quick Facts About Evicted Housemate, KimOprah
  • 29 Quick Facts About Wizkid You Should Know As He Turns 29 Today
  • Wizkid’s Greatest Achievements Will Surprise You
  • Segun Osoba: No longer waiting for Godot
  • The case for specialised medical universities – Part 5
  • The Ijegun oil pipeline disaster

(www.guardian.ng)

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