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Today’s evening news (Tuesday, September 17, 2019)

The Nation

  • Buhari dissolves panel for recovery of Public Property  5:59 PM
  • My music can cure depression – Naira Marley  5:50 PM
  • BBNaija: Cindy, Frodd, Mercy, Diane up for fake eviction  5:37 PM
  • VAT: What you need to know about ‘proposed increase’ from 5% – 7.5%  5:34 PM
  • LASTMA’s extortion responsible for my fiance’s death, says Uber driver  5:33 PM
  • Stop consuming non-iodised salt, NAFDAC advises Nigerians  5:25 PM
  • Fayose left N57bn unpaid workers’ salaries, pension arrears, says Fayemi  5:20 PM
  • Nigerians want only victories from you Minister charges Falcons  5:19 PM
  • Army begins court martial of ex-GOC over missing N400m  5:17 PM
  • Osinbajo inaugurates committee to recover N5tr AMCON debts  5:07 PM
  • Kogi 2019: INEC expresses worry over possible violence  4:38 PM
  • Dickson to PDP leaders: stop issuing unauthorized statements  4:30 PM
  • Son stabs 80-year-old father to death in Kano  4:22 PM
  • UPDATED: South Africa grants landing permit to Air Peace — Mission  4:20 PM
  • Police recruitment crisis: Buhari wades into IGP, PSC Boss rift  4:18 PM
  • Xenophobia: S/African authorities again frustrate evacuation of second batch of Nigerians 
  • CJN tasks judges on transparency, commitment to duty  4:02 PM
  • Don’t glorify terrorists, treat them as criminals, Buratai warns  4:00 PM
  • Embattled Neymar to face Super Eagles in Singapore friendly  3:45 PM
  • DisCos to FG: respect electricity contracts  3:09 PM
  • Ugwuanyi submits second list of commissioners to Assembly  3:05 PM
  • Kwara govt, Saraki trade words over distribution of school materials  2:53 PM
  • Expert debunks myth about fibroid operation  2:44 PM
  • Over N5m lost as 16 cows died in auto crash  2:34 PM
  • BREAKING: Delay in landing rights approval shifts evacuation of Nigerians  1:53 PM
  • Over N5m lost as 16 cows died in auto crash  2:34 PM
  • BREAKING: Delay in landing rights approval shifts evacuation of Nigerians  1:53 PM
  • JUST IN: Buhari re-appoints Adeyemi, Adeleye Special Assistants  1:48 PM
  • BREAKING: 26-year-old, three other women make Kwara’s first cabinet list  1:16 PM
  • Court okays FCT water Board accountant’s removal  1:05 PM
  • ‘Obaseki’ll win re-election without Oshiomhole’  12:41 PM
  • Iran’s Supreme Leader rejects talk with U.S.  12:19 PM
  • Nasarawa downsizes 18 existing ministries to 13  12:12 PM
  • Woman killed by suspected ritualists in Delta  11:42 AM
  • BBNaija: ‘I felt so much peace around Gedoni’ – Khafi

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • Varsity names Ganduje’s wife as Associate Professor
  • Stock Exchange records further dip
  • BREAKING: Buhari dissolves Obono-Obla’s SPIP, orders Malami to take over investigations
  • Attack on Saudi Arabia came from Iran -US
  • Akwa Ibom Assembly reinstates suspended LG Chairman
  • Champions League: I want ‘revenge’ against Liverpool – Napoli’s Llorente
  • Buhari, fifth on list of presidents to address 74th UNGA —Onyeama
  • Champions League: Bayern must reach ‘at least’ semis – Neuer
  • Champions League: Dutch police arrest 100 fans as Osimhen’s club clash with Ajax
  • World Patient Safety Day observed for first time
  • Man grows four-inch horn after head injury
  • US singles out Iran, readies response to Saudi oil attacks
  • I’ve spent N470m fighting banditry —Niger Gov
  • INEC worried about likely violence during Kogi gov election
  • NWC notifies PDP workers of plan to downsize
  • Man grows four-inch horn after head injury
  • Police arrest notorious armed robbers, cop killers in Lagos
  • Woman kills live-in lover over money for their daughter’s birthday
  • Man allegedly punches pregnant woman in the face
  • One dies as bus hits truck on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway
  • Train derails in Hong Kong during rush hour
  • Stabbed men provoked Ondo policeman to fight – CP
  • Police detain PUNCHman over UNIZIK lecturer’s certificate scandal
  • Singer, Dammy Krane, arraigned for threat to life
  • New Reps committees to begin work in October – Gbajabiamila
  • APC reacts as tribunal upholds Makinde’s victory
  • I’ll not fight Ortom on senatorial seat –Jev
  • Appeal court dismisses case against Ondo senator
  • Tribunal verdict did not reflect my applications – Akinlade
  • Achuba last attended exco meeting 2018 – Kogi SSG

(www.punchng.com)

The Guardian

  • Obinwanne Okeke pleads not guilty to $11m fraud
  • South Africa begs as exit of Nigerians hurts economy
  • Buhari appoints Soludo, others as advisers, disbands Osinbajo’s team
  • Labour, FG meeting on new wage implementation deadlocked again
  • Minister blames stagnant growth on unimplemented NESG reports
  • Army court martial former GOC over alleged stolen N400m
  • Woman allegedly stabs husband to death over child’s birthday party
  • Apple slams EU as epic court battle over tax bill begins
  • Britain’s Supreme Court enters Brexit crisis
  • Suu Kyi ‘culpability’ in Rohingya abuses an ‘open-ended question’: UN investigator
  • Fayose’s govt left N57bn unpaid workers’ salaries, pension arrears, says Fayemi
  • Coutinho expected to spark Bayern Champions League charge
  • Felix leading the charge for revenge against Ronaldo’s Juventus
  • Juventus throw everything at high-risk Sarri strategy to win Champions League
  • Time ticking for Pochettino’s Tottenham to prove they are winners
  • Guardiola chases Champions League vindication
  • With Neymar staying and Icardi in, can PSG finally deliver in Europe?
  • ‘Ruling class frustrating Nigerians’ quest for social justice’
  • Incessant defections by politicians bad for Nigeria’s democracy, says Okoko
  • How Osun’s anniversary event put a lie to ‘frosty relationship’ between Oyetola, Aregbesola
  • South Africa begs as exit of Nigerians hurts economy
  • Buhari appoints Soludo, others as advisers, disbands Osinbajo’s team
  • Labour, FG meeting on new wage implementation deadlocked again
  • Army court martial former GOC over alleged stolen N400m
  • Woman allegedly stabs husband to death over child’s birthday party
  • Apple slams EU as epic court battle over tax bill begins
  • Britain’s Supreme Court enters Brexit crisis
  • Suu Kyi ‘culpability’ in Rohingya abuses an ‘open-ended question’: UN investigator
  • Fayose’s govt left N57bn unpaid workers’ salaries, pension arrears, says Fayemi
  • APC Governors storm villa, congratulate Buhari on tribunal victory
  • We’ll pay minimum wage, Buhari assures Nigerians
  • Nigeria to fight corruption using technology, says Minister
  • Taliban ‘must accept the Afghanistan of 2019’, Afghan ambassador to US says
  • Coutinho expected to spark Bayern Champions League charge
  • Felix leading the charge for revenge against Ronaldo’s Juventus
  • Juventus throw everything at high-risk Sarri strategy to win Champions League
  • Time ticking for Pochettino’s Tottenham to prove they are winners
  • Guardiola chases Champions League vindication
  • With Neymar staying and Icardi in, can PSG finally deliver in Europe?
  • Fighting poverty through quality of education
  • Earth to warm more quickly, new climate models show
  • ‘Ruling class frustrating Nigerians’ quest for social justice’
  • Incessant defections by politicians bad for Nigeria’s democracy, says Okoko
  • How Osun’s anniversary event put a lie to ‘frosty relationship’ between Oyetola, Aregbesola
  • Dollar firm as markets wary over rising MidEast tensions, wait for Fed
  • Tokyo shares edge higher as dollar climbs
  • Oil holds huge gains after Saudi blasts; Fed decision in view
  • What is it about 100 days in office?
  • Buhari, Sylva and the petroleum ministry
  • Examining issues of corporate governance in Nigerian banks

(www.guardian.ng)

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