Today’s evening news (Tuesday, December 04, 2018)


  • The Economist tips Buhari for victory in 2019 election
  • Anti-cult war sparks panic in Benue town
  • AfDB okays fresh $200m for Nigeria’s power sector
  • Boko Haram: Fed Govt orders Buratai back to war theatre
  • Police arrest popular musician Small Doctor
  • PDP chieftains seek Northwest votes for Atiku
  • Modric ends Ronaldo-Messi hold on Ballon d’Or
  • World Bank to invest $200b to combat climate change
  • Man ‘beats wife to death’ in Ogun
  • Alleged $8.4m theft: EFCC arraigns two oil marketers, oil firm
  • ‘We beheaded our neighbour to raise money for naming ceremony’
  • Emefiele upbeat as forex policy lifts production
  • No nation can tackle climate change alone, says Buhari



  • 2019: Choose Between Hunger, Prosperity, Atiku Tells Nigerians
  • Stakeholders Educate FCT Community On Consumer Bill Of Right
  • NASS Mgt Urges Staff Not To Begin Strike Today
  • FG Strengthens Anti-graft War, Signs Treaty With Russia
  • Shehu Sani Floats Inter-religious Forum
  • PMB Condoles With US Govt Over Bush Snr’s Death
  • Group Vows To Protect Atiku’s Votes In 2019
  • Gowon Calls For Upward Review Of Health Budget
  • Lagos Musician, Small Doctor, Others In Police Net For Illegal Firearm Possession
  • Court Warns ICPC Against Contempt
  • Nigeria Closer To Achieving HIV Epidemic Control
  • Only 9 States Passed LG Autonomy Bill – Saraki
  • In Poland, PMB Seeks Collaborative Effort On Climate Change



  • Environmental Standards Regulation In Nigeria’s Oil Industry Still Weak— Report
  • Metele Horror And Our Challenged Humanity (2)
  • Anchor Borrowers’ Programme Created 2.5m Jobs — CBN
  • One Dead, Vehicles Burnt As JSS Students Clash In Oyo
  • FMBN Disburses N15.7 Billion Loan For Home Renovation
  • Chevron To Deworm 45,000 Children Against Parasitic Infection
  • FUPRE Partners Local Firm For Design, Fabrication Of Multimillion Refinery
  • 2019: Anioma Has Four More Years In Govt House —Okolugbo
  • Gbagi Celebrates Heroic Father 40 Yrs After
  • We Are Committed To Our Host Communities— Ekere
  • 2019: AGA Promises Fresh Strategy In War Against Corruption
  • Banking Sector Update: Bad Loan Rises Further, Hits N2.3trn
  • Protesters Threaten To Shutdown ExxonMobil’s Oil Facilities
  • NIPCO Plots To Tackle Deforestation Through Cooking Gas Supply
  • DISCOs To Provide Transformers, Meters, Others Not Customers – CPC Insists
  • Popular Musician, Small Doctor, 3 Others In Police Trouble For Possession Of Firearm
  • Oil Price Crash Forces Review Of 2019 Budget Benchmark
  • Nuclear Technology Key To Nigeria’s Sustainable Growth — CEO Rosatom
  • Edo Hosts Agric Fair, Slashes Price Of Produce
  • Immortalise Odogwu, Osadebey, Others, Anioma Media Group Tells Okowa, FG
  • Building Collapse: Stop Engaging Quacks In Building Designs, Architects Warn Nigerians



  • 95 million voters to determine Ajimobi’s successor –INEC
  • Don knocks Saraki for not swearing in Kogi senator
  • FG cedes five per cent employment slots to disabled people – SGF
  • Climate change: No country can fight it alone, Buhari tells UN summit
  • Muslim parents serve UI, VC court papers over Hijab in ISI
  • Don’t crucify Mbaka, says Peter Obi
  • I’ll work against Ogun APC gov candidate, says Amosun
  • DSS parades alleged fraudster who breached Aso Villa security
  • Decomposing corpse of kidnapped Ekiti NBA scribe found, lawyers protest
  • Ogun butcher beats wife to death for being rude
  • Suspected cult kingpin killed in Osogbo
  • Musician, ‘Small Doctor’, three others arrested for possession of firearms
  • Driver remanded in prison for killing motorcycle passenger
  • Osun imam, three others paraded for abducting, killing man
  • Police nab undergraduate, four others for money ritual
  • UPDATED: Luka Modric wins men’s Ballon d’Or



  • Osoba: APC’s enemies will be disappointed
  • 2019: Abia rallies support for Kalu’s senatorial ambition
  • CBN probes banks over top 10 loans
  • EFCC arraigns two oil marketers over $8.4m theft
  • Akeredolu’s aides quit APC, join PDP
  • Lenders borrowed N678.27bn from CBN in October
  • B’Haram more familiar with N’East terrain than soldiers –Buhari
  • Okorocha, Amosun’s men dump APC, join AA, APM
  • Provost seeks staff, students support for college
  • INEC moves to track parties’ campaign finances
  • 2019: INEC moves to track parties’ campaign finances
  • UNILORIN student commits suicide for failing project
  • NBS: Number of pre-paid meter users increase to 1.65m
  • Diezani, Omokore face trial February 25
  • Conflicts, terrorism threaten Nigeria’s $30.8bn yam production
  • Good morning, have a victorious and blessed day



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