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Today’s evening news (Monday, November 11, 2019)

The Nation

  • ‘How David-West died’ 
  • PDP will win in Bayelsa, says Dickson 
  • Twitter CEO, Okonjo Iweala advocate youth employment via social media
  • Robbers kill NNPC worker in Akure 
  • PDP confused, jittery over possible loss at Appeal Court 
  • 80 per cent of trans-Saharan Highway asphalted- FG 
  • Buhari mourns Tam David-West
  • BREAKING: Tam David-West dies at 83 
  • I’ve created 157,000 jobs in three years, says Obaseki 
  • Buhari felicitates with former Anambra Governor, Dame Etiaba at 77
  • Kogi 2019: SDP secretariat razed by suspected political thugs 
  • Do not abandon PDP, Dickson urges Bayelsa people on Nov. 16 polls 
  • Gbajabiamila eulogises Mamman Daura at 80 
  • Pastor’s trial for alleged $1.6m fraud resumes Dec 10 
  • BREAKING: Kogi 2019: hoodlums raze SDP secretariat
  • Enyimba, Rangers know foes tomorrow  10:20 AM
  • Joe Aribo honoured to represent Nigeria 
  • Lagos Governor’s wife runs historic 10km race 
  • Izuchukwu rallies support for Olympic Eagles 
  • Table tennis: Team Nigeria eyes Olympic ticket in Portugal 
  • Eagles’ Uyo camp comes alive today 
  • Oliseh rates Ndidi world class 
  • Ighalo: Benin will be hard to beat 
  • Senator: no cash for 3,300 roads in next year’s budget 
  • Buhari to Muslims: shun violence, extremism 
  • President Buhari greets Latter Rain Pastor Tunde Bakare at 65
  • Sanwo-Olu to engineers: work hard to gain govt’s confidence
  • Ekiti council poll: APC begins mobilisation 
  • Kogi poll: Bello will triumph, says Tiamiyu 
  • Fayemi urged to drop Ekiti airport project
  • Groups commend AbdulRazaq over appointments 
  • Mixed reactions greet toll return 
  • ‘African leaders should not allow xenophobia to spread’ 
  • PHOTOS: Lagos oil community, Abesan, on fire
  • Kogi poll: Group urges women to resist vote buying 
  • Otedola gives out N5b for Northeast intervention 
  • Nigeria, South Korea to strengthen business ties 
  • N5b goods trapped at Seme border 
  • NECA: unemployment to hit 33.5% next year 
  • Nigeria loses $7b investment to Benin, Ghana, others 
  • Nigeria, Morrocco partnership to ensure Africa’s food security 
  • Nigeria’s gold market worth £4bn, says Sekibo 
  • Passenger slumps, dies at Kano Airport 
  • Bad roads, Customs manual process, crippling ports operations 
  • ‘Fed Govt’s revenue from deepwater operations exceed $115b’ 
  • Thieves steal TV sets at South Africa police chief’s home 
  • Ex-military officer tackles Ghana over alleged ‘coup’ plot
  • Giving human face to military operations 
  • Life and time of ex-French President Chirac 
  • Lives at risk over poor access to safe food, medicines
  • WHO rejects accusation of inadequate Ebola vaccine in Congo 
  • Ghanians threatening us with eviction, says NUTAG
  • UN Sec-Gen appoints Dangote, Adesina, 25 others to fight global malnutrition
  • Iraq protests death toll hits 319 
  • Ojougboh, Manager clash over 300 NDDC contracts



  • Tam David-West’s final moments at UCH
  • Visa: US snubs FG, continues to charge Nigerians reciprocity fee
  • JUST IN: Appeal dismisses Akinlade’s petition against Abiodun
  • Xhaka says he is ready to battle for Arsenal place
  • Restriction: Tricycle operators protest in Abuja as FCTA begins mass arrest
  • Annual returns: CAC moves against defaulting companies
  • Tam David-West dies at 83
  • Sowore: Tell Buhari to obey court orders, SERAP begs Archbishop of Canterbury
  • Suspected political thugs burn down Kogi SDP secretariat
  • PHOTOS: Suspected illegal oil bunkerer’s tanker goes up in flames in Lagos
  • Buhari mourns David-West
  • Ronaldo suffering collateral problems with his thigh and calf —Sarri
  • European roundup: Three talking points this weekend
  • PHOTOS: Manual labourers use bare hands to lay boulder-sized gravels on Ipaja-Ikola-Command road
  • NLNG begins discharge of cooking gas in Lagos
  • Niger man kills creditor during fight over debt
  • Domestic workers steal N243m jewellery from Lagos celebrity
  • Taxify driver awaiting youth service loses sight to robbers
  • Customer stabs sex worker to death in Lagos
  • Ibadan poly examiner jailed 20 years for malpractices
  • Ogun teenager, others arrested for planting Indian hemp
  • Mother, co-tenant nabbed for child trafficking in Ebonyi
  • Army arrests human trafficker, cultists in Abia
  • 17-year-old pupil drowns in Delta flood
  • JUST IN: Appeal dismisses Akinlade’s petition against Abiodun
  • Suspected political thugs burn down Kogi SDP secretariat
  • YIAGA AFRICA trains 1,077 observers
  • Ninth assembly and its ambitious legislative reforms
  • Kogi/Bayelsa elections: INEC, police on the spot as electorate vote
  • US Republicans push for Biden’s son to give impeachment testimony
  • Commercial banks assets, liabilities hit N39.58tn
  • Banks attract $4.74bn foreign investments in six months
  • Building collapse: Experts call for state of emergency
  • Dangote plans $60m cement plant in Togo
  • Fear over cooking gas scarcity as supply drops
  • Security contract: Ocean Marine threatens to sue NPA


The Guardian

  • Bolivia’s Morales resigns after losing backing of security forces
  • Senate insists on probing alleged N263 billion fraud at Lagos ports
  • Army gets 34 new major-generals, others
  • ‘Interim management ploy to cover up corruption in NDDC’
  • Lobi bash Delta Force 4-0 as Plateau United take early lead
  • Chile to amend constitution, a key demand of protesters
  • Outrage as Sri Lanka president pardons killer of Swedish teen
  • Power vacuum in Bolivia as Morales calls on opposition to ensure calm
  • 2020 Hajj: Kwara Pilgrims Board to disqualify intending pilgrims with ill health
  • Trump to host NATO chief as alliance faces strains
  • Farage withdraws Brexit threat to PM Johnson
  • Liverpool show ruthless streak of champions to pounce on Man City’s frailties
  • African players in Europe: City no match for Mane and Salah
  • Xhaka says he is ready to battle for Arsenal place
  • Three talking points in European football this weekend
  • Lacazette defends Emery, hopes for post-break revival
  • Dybala keeps Juventus at Serie A summit, Lazio and Cagliari into top four
  • Before Buhari becomes absentee president
  • 2.6 million Nigerians face food insecurity in northeast, says FAO
  • Senator Owan-Enoh calls for reconciliation in Cross River APC
  • As PDP’s Diri, APC’s Lyon get set for Bayelsa’s unpredictable guber poll
  • Delta Assembly deputy speaker dedicates victory at Appeal Court to community
  • Weighting reasons, gains of border closure
  • IICC moves to sustain enforcement of compulsory insurances policy- uptake
  • Lagos enlists support of nation’s insurance operators
  • JoeboyWatch: Joeboy Releases Visualiser For Latest Song ‘All For You’
  • Documentary On Nigeria’s Most Fatal Pipeline Explosion, Premieres This Week at AFRIFF
  • Cameraman Killed While Shooting BBC’s “Black Earth Rising”
  • Works Minister Fashola: Roads not that bad?




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