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Today’s evening news (Monday, February 17, 2020)

Punch

  • BREAKING: Agba Jalingo released from detention
  • NAF bombs ISWAP training camp in Borno
  • Man United vs Chelsea: Impress us, get permanent deal, Solskjaer tells Ighalo
  • Coronavirus: Infected passengers evacuated on US flights
  • Protesters demand Oluwo’s suspension
  • Champions League: Neymar returns for Dortmund clash
  • Court orders arrest of ex-Customs boss Dikko
  • Oluwo, Agbowu’s fight unfortunate, says Osun govt
  • Buhari didn’t accuse Borno residents of colluding with Boko Haram – Garba Shehu
  • Tokyo marathon cancelled over coronavirus
  • 22 killed in Cameroon attack
  • Court restrains INEC from deregistering 31 political parties
  • Borno gov’s aide faults Buhari’s allegation that residents collude with Boko Haram
  • Protesters storm APC secretariat, demand Oshiomhole’s sacking
  • 24 killed in Burkina Faso church attack
  • Search for passenger who jumped into Lagoon resumes on Tuesday
  • Police search for abducted Nasarawa perm sec
  • ICYMI: Man attacks medical workers, stabs nurse over son’s death
  • Ex-corper tackles NYSC, demands N260m for language project
  • Painter defiles three-year-old stepdaughter in Lagos
  • Police arrest fake blind beggar in Anambra
  • FPI cultists: Police warn against NANS protest, threaten arrest
  • Command arrests 13 for cultism, possession of firearms
  • Zulum visits Niger, plans repatriation of 120,000 refugees
  • Man United vs Chelsea: Impress us, get permanent deal, Solskjaer tells Ighalo
  • Champions League: Neymar returns for Dortmund clash
  • Tokyo marathon cancelled over coronavirus

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • North cannot continue to rely on quota system – Emir Sanusi 
  • Boko Haram video threat: Shariah council dares Shekau to come out of hide-out
  • Woman loses 39-year-old marriage for denying husband sex 
  • NERC directs DISCOs to increase tariff from April 1
  • El-Rufa’i has 83 certificates from Havard – SAN 
  • Court orders arrest of ex-Customs boss, Dikko 
  • Defend yourselves, lands, IPOB tells South East 
  • Photos: Protesters demand suspension of Oluwo 
  • Magu begs UK to extradite ex- Minister Diezani 
  • Coronavirus: Nigeria in danger of drug insecurity, says NAFDAC 
  • Agba Jalingo regains freedom six months after 
  • Buhari, family under ‘fake news’ attack – Presidency 
  • BREAKING: No comment on Boko Haram threat to my life – Minister 
  • Police rescue one out of six kidnapped JAMB workers
  • Amotekun bill: Ondo Assembly resume session Monday 
  • Sex for Grades: UNIBEN ex-female students reject panel date over security fears 
  • Ultimate Love: New Nigerian reality TV show with a major twist 
  • Alleged N2.2b fraud: Fayose loses bid to stop EFCC witness 
  • BREAKING: Protesters demand suspension of Oluwo 
  • Amotekun: Lawmakers to hold simultaneous public hearing on bill 
  • S/Court judgment: ‘Imo residents should engage in fervent prayers’
  • Court bars INEC from deregistering 31 political parties 
  • US threatens to withdraw $380 Abacha loot 
  • Diri seeks Jonathan’s, Lyon’s support
  • Why Service chiefs won’t be sacked now, by Presidency 
  • My life in danger, butcher tells police 
  • NSCDC arrests two fishermen for alleged fuel smuggling 
  • Troops foil Boko Haram’s attack on Damaturu 
  • Sylva apologises to Buhari over Bayelsa loss 
  • Cracking the judgment reversal tough nut

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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