Latest news this afternoon (Tuesday, November 19, 2019)

The Guardian

  • ISWAP kill four Nigerian troops
  • Senate moves to okay e-voting for future polls
  • Osimhen has vindicated me, says Rohr
  • Eight die, seven injured in Lokoja accident
  • Measles kills 34 children in Yobe
  • Buhari writes Senate over six aviation bills
  • Ambassador advises Nigerians to consult Embassy before business venture in Dubai
  • Suspected APC thugs burn PDP women leader to death in Kogi home
  • China says only it can rule on Hong Kong constitution
  • 24 Mali soldiers and 17 jihadists die in clashes in east
  • Sowore is still mobilising thugs while in detention- DSS
  • Don’t blame Amapakabo for Nigeria’s failures, Erico tells fans
  • Kano Pillars hand technical crew three-match ultimatum
  • Gidi Giants, Anambra Flames, Niger Potters win opening games
  • Agbakoba calls for sports tribunal in Nigeria
  • Edo set to rebrand Queens, launch new jersey for Insurance FC
  • Valuejet Remo Ultra Race gets major sponsor
  • Do we need unviable 32 states?
  • Falana condemns hate speech bill, calls it barbaric
  • How abuse of state power, money, ethnicity determined Kogi State gubernatorial race
  • Why Dickson could not sustain PDP’s grip on Bayelsa politics
  • Experts urge government to tackle growth impeding factors across sectors
  • Untamed food prices dash hopes of Central Bank’s rate cut
  • Expert attributes inflation rise to border closure, election
  • Edem Dotse Wins Best Student Short Film Category At AFRIFF 2019
  • Kim, Kanye and Joel Osteen Meet With Reed’s Brother
  • Bethenny Frankel “Soho Loft” Sells At $3,995,000
  • Regulate unemployment and poverty not social media
  • Hate speech bill will catch up with politicians
  • Enforcing the right of every Nigerian child
  • Parties seek out of court settlement in N25 billion suit
  • Using a criminal justice system to recover loan is wrong’
  • Court fixes December 10 for trial of oil marketer


The Nation

  • Kolade Johnson: dismissed cop arraigned, remanded at Ikoyi prison  1:25 PM
  • Senate decries sale of medical reports by public hospitals  1:14 PM
  • N1tn NASS constituency projects funds went down the drain in 10 years – Buhari  12:42 PM
  • Buhari seeks speedy passage of Special Crimes Court Bill  12:26 PM
  • Senate swears-in Senator Dambaba  11:38 AM
  • Lawan felicitates with Yobe Governor, Buni at 52  11:05 AM
  • Troops repel Boko Haram attack in Borno – Army  9:56 AM
  • Gbajabiamila congratulates Bello, Lyon  9:20 AM
  • Army opposes bid to stop Operation Positive Identification  9:19 AM
  • APC likely to convene NEC Friday  9:15 AM
  • Makinde kick-starts re-awarded Moniya-Iseyin road  9:15 AM
  • Senator gets threats over Hate Speech Bill  9:11 AM
  • We must invest in youths, says minister  9:08 AM
  • ‘Lesotho’s win our best result on synthetic pitch’  8:07 AM
  • Minister demands explanation for national teams’ poor outing  8:00 AM
  • ‘Implement Public Procurement Act’  7:52 AM
  • Kogi: PPA chieftain joins PDP, backs Wada  7:42 AM
  • A competent person will succeed Buhari, says Razak  7:33 AM
  • EU group: How INEC can conduct credible poll in Kogi  7:21 AM
  • Edo APC crisis: Police should investigate Owan mayhem, says Oroh  7:13 AM
  • Bayelsa and power of revolutionary poll  7:06 AM
  • Why reconciliation is difficult in Edo APC, by Oroh  6:56 AM
  • StrikeForce intercepts N13.37m poultry products  6:53 AM
  • Sanwo-Olu pledges support for scientific endeavours  6:52 AM
  • MSMEs’ hits 41million  6:46 AM
  • Danish firm to create 25,000 jobs for Nigerians  6:43 AM
  • Air Peace signs $212.6m Embraer pact  6:40 AM
  • 7m children deprived of liberty yearly, says UN report  6:37 AM
  • AfDB signs $250-million risk participation agreement  6:36 AM
  • Life and time of ex-French President Chirac  6:19 AM
  • ECOWAS Court…Held up by challenges  6:13 AM
  • Enter social media King Melaye  6:06 AM
  • Thieves steal TV sets at South Africa police chief’s home  5:56 AM
  • Ex-military officer tackles Ghana over alleged ‘coup’ plot  5:49 AM
  • ‘Why we’ll regulate social media’



  • #FreeSowore protesters storm Abuja DSS office, say we were offered N1m not to protest
  • Luis Enrique to replace Moreno and return as coach of Spain
  • Buhari writes Senate over six aviation bills
  • Guardiola’s agent rules out a return to Bayern Munich
  • Thousands in Philippines flee Typhoon Kalmaegi
  • Kolade Johnson: Court remands dismissed cop at Ikoyi prison
  • BREAKING: Gbajabiamila swears in three Reps
  • Ex-convict jailed for stealing N4,000 phone
  • N1tn spent on NASS constituency projects in 10yrs without results – Buhari
  • Consult embassy before doing business in Dubai, ambassador advises Nigerians
  • PDP woman leader burnt alive at home in Kogi
  • Jihadists kill four troops in Chad
  • Lawan swears in Danbaba as Senator
  • UPDATED: Corpses burnt as fire razes OAU morgue
  • Gunmen ambush Burundian soldiers
  • How two siblings beheaded my 10-year-old son –Father
  • Hoodlums vandalise 200 vehicles during Lagos clash
  • Police to prosecute six FUTA students
  • Policemen driving against traffic crush two to death
  • LASG tranquillizes, removes lion from Indian’s VI residence
  • Man remanded for killing his mother in Ebonyi
  • Eight die in Kogi petrol tanker crash
  • Woman jailed three years for stealing one-month-old baby
  • Apprentice Internet fraudster jailed for six months
  • Security agencies aided rigging in Kogi, Bayelsa polls – CSOs
  • I won Bayelsa governorship poll, says Diri
  • Atiku’s son confident of Fintiri’s performance in Adamawa
  • Ikpeazu presents 2020 budget to state assembly
  • Appeal court upholds Taraba gov’s re-election
  • Six months after, Ogun yet to get commissioners
  • Germany provides N7.2b for development of border communities
  • Court sentences 18 to jail for corruption, bribery




About the Author

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.