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Latest news this afternoon Tuesday, December 3, 2019)

The Guardian

  • More hurdles for economy as OPEC, stakeholders meet
  • Broadband penetration hits 37.8% with 1.2 million new subscribers
  • Obiano widens alliances as 10 billionaires eye Anambra 2021 guber poll
  • I knew my time will come, says Iheanacho
  • Adoke protests against continued detention in Dubai
  • Kano anti-graft agency accuses lawyers of scuttling fight against corruption
  • Two injured after smoke grenade explodes in Jakarta
  • Typhoon forces re-scheduling at Philippines’ SEA Games
  • Abused Russian sisters who killed father face murder charge
  • New Kano Emirate council bill scales first reading
  • EFCC’s fraud allegations are false, says Saraki
  • Guardiola rules out Man City January spree
  • Ballon d’Or showing can spur Liverpool to more success, says Van Dijk
  • Customs, NSCDC are National Volleyball Premier League champions
  • Sparring partners reportedly beat up Joshua in training
  • Fresh N850m controversy hits AFN as Ogba explains $150,000 IAAF grant
  • Traders’ Cup debuts on Thursday at NIS’s pitch
  • Quality education for economic growth
  • ‘Hate speech bill is unlawful, illegal, unconstitutional and undemocratic’
  • Nigeria is not a socially cohesive country, survey shows
  • PDP, APC bicker over Oyo LG bosses’ sack
  • Bello sacks Kogi political office holders
  • ‘Nigeria’s oil production is fully OPEC quota-compliant’
  • Lack of perimeter fencing stalls N60b Bayelsa airport operations
  • Lagos links low insurance penetration to life expectancy challenges
  • Katy PerryWatch: Katy Perry Serves “Sexy Mrs Claus” Vibes In ‘Cozy Little Christmas’
  • Like Drake, Lil Wayne Ventures Into Cannabis Business
  • Hailey Baldwin Bieber Poses For Vogue Hong Kong Cover
  • NDDC, Niger Delta and national interest
  • Between Obaseki and Oshiomhole: Matters arising
  • Ufot Ekaette: Quintessential servant

(www.guardian.ng)

The Nation

  • Police confirm abduction of three female students in Bayelsa 
  • Police declare Kanu’s lawyer wanted over death of cops
  • BREAKING: Police declare Kanu’s lawyer wanted over death of cops
  • We’re living in hottest decade on record, says UN
  • IPPIS: don’t enrol our members – ASUU tells IPPIS officials 
  • We’ve uncovered plot to destabilise Nigeria, says DSS 
  • 100 fake professors nabbed in Nigerian Varsities 
  • Buhari departs Daura 
  • BREAKING: Drama as public address system in Senate breaks down 
  • ‘How we formed robbery, kidnap gang from prison’ 
  • Dabiri-Erewa condemns attack on Nigerian traders in Ghana, calls for calm 
  • It’ll be difficult for PDP to participate in future elections – Secondus 
  • Buhari to flag off 2019 Anti-Corruption Marathon in Abuja
  • Messi wins record sixth Ballon d’Or
  • Buhari and fifth columnists 
  • Court okays IGP’s recruitment
  • Leading push for 5G revolution (1)
  • Board members: Ogba can’t resign 
  • Buhari/Aisha…30 years as one 
  • Lagosians sweat in heatwave 
  • Joshua drops sparring partners ahead of Ruiz fight 
  • Four suspects in South African mall terror plot appear in court
  • Garba gets gong over Eaglets 
  • Burkina Faso launches military operation after deadly church attack
  • China suspends U.S. Navy visit to Hong Kong over support for protests 
  • Iheanacho gets licence to tackle Watford 
  • MASSOB hits back at Uwazuruike 
  • It’s time for electronic voting, says Osoba 
  • Kanu accuses police, army of invading lawyer’s home 
  • Transport varsity will domesticate expertise in rail, other fields, says Buhari
  • 10 beheaded in ‘violent’ Bayelsa poll, says Dickson 
  • Trump to shun impeachment hearing
  • Anti-Magu plot thickens 
  • World Bank warns of rise in poverty  
  • INEC, APC differ with PDP over ‘violent’ polls
  • 2019 election: Wike floors ADP’s Fingesi at Appeal Court
  • Group asks govt to cancel AfCFTA deal 
  • Oyo bans overload on Okada, cabs 
  • Firm, govt tackle open defecation 
  • Ogun Governor Abiodun slams death penalty advocates 
  • (www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • BREAKING: Ayade swears in Justice Ikpeme as Acting Chief Judge
  • UEFA chief accuses British PM Johnson of fuelling racism
  • Manchester United ‘a closed chapter’, says Mourinho
  • FG stops 1,044 Nigerians from travelling, generates N39bn
  • Lagos CP rescues abducted corps member, arrest kidnappers’ kingpin
  • Canoe mishap claims six girls in Kebbi
  • France’s Macron faces fresh challenge as massive strike looms
  • Two Malian troops killed, seven injured in roadside bomb
  • VIDEO: Sanwo-Olu renames Onikan Stadium after Mobolaji Johnson
  • La Liga chief Tebas steps down for election
  • Reps adjourn plenary to honour late Niger Rep, Iliyasu
  • Senate adjourns plenary over death of Reps member
  • ICRC will facilitate funding of regional roads – Fashola
  • I stand with Buhari on border closure, says Gov Umahi
  • Kwara Assembly loses member
  • Lagos residents accuse police of illegal raid
  • PHOTO: Lagos motorists swim through floods in Ikeja
  • Policeman kills Ondo driver over N50 bribe
  • Naval captain gets bail after one year illegal detention
  • Five awaiting trial inmates electrocuted in Ikoyi prison
  • Hoodlums kill retired principal, security guard in Ondo
  • LAGESC prosecutes nine for indiscriminately dumping refuse
  • Osun siblings arraigned for beating power firm’s worker
  • Four charged with detaining, assaulting police officer
  • Public attitude affecting Nigeria’s constitution, says Lalong
  • It’s insulting to say election held in Bayelsa –Dickson
  • PDP may boycott future polls if rigging persists — Secondus
  • Shinkafi asks Buhari to caution Yari, Senate President
  • Igbo youths fault Tambuwal/Ihedioha over campaign posters
  • Two-party system better for Nigeria –Don
  • Fintech firms got $400m investment in 2019 – Emefiele
  • FG generates N876.09bn from VAT in nine months
  • World Bank to FG: Reform now to stop further slide into extreme poverty
  • FG mulls restructuring of N-Power programme
  • Safety certification delaying Bayelsa airport operations, says NCAA
  • FERMA blames bad roads on poor funding

(www.punchng.com)

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