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Here we bring you headlines from major news outlets in the country:

PUNCH

  • PANDEF condemns alleged Shells invasion of seized flow station
  • Edo warns churches, religious leaders against human trafficking
  • Court orders arrest of Senator Uzodinma over N200m dud cheque
  • Fayose writes again, accuses EFCC of hatred, persecution
  • Oyo shuts Obasanjo Farms in Ibadan
  • Ortom not a betrayer, respects Gemade Govs aide
  • Benue assembly approves N3.5bn loan request by Ortom
  • Catholic women donate to IDPs, urge govt to end killings
  • Decide electoral cases on merit, CJN warns judges
  • Anti-Buhari coalition alleges plot to attack National Assembly leaders
  • PDP flays INEC for banning smartphones at polling units
  • Buhari orders FGs agencies to support flood victims
  • Dont sell your votes for peanuts Forum
  • Agencies contradict each other over water pollution in Niger
  • Shehu of Borno laments bad roads
  • Unilever leads hygiene campaign with Lifebuoy re-launch
  • BBOG, ICRC, UNICEF demand rescue of Sharibu, others
  • Salako advises trado-medical practitioners on knowledge sharing
  • 29 million Nigerian children lack birth records UNICEF
  • Ambode urges women accountants to be innovative
  • Children represent the home Lagos gov
  • Nigeria has high percentage of stunted, malnourished children
  • Nigeria not lowering its guards on polio, says WHO

VANGUARD

  • Pomp as Arochukwu in Diaspora celebrates 1106th Ikeji annual cultural festival
  • Kano Assembly clears Gawuna as Dep Gov
  • DELTA SOUTH: IYC rejects Etolor’s power sharing agreement with Itsekiri leaders
  • PDP presidential ticket: Atiku, Saraki, Tambuwal, others face party’s test
  • Truck drivers flout presidential directives, take over port access roads
  • MOPOL beats LASTMA officials in fight over BRT lane
  • 2019: NASS agrees with Buhari, harmonizes Electoral Amendment Bill
  • I didn’t commission unfinished projects ‘Ohakim
  • Flood submerges Federal Poly in Anambra
  • Edo lawmaker rues high unemployment rate
  • Rising number of empty berths signals lull in shipping
  • N-BA reiterates commitment to deepening Nigeria, Britain bond
  • APC says National Assembly must reconvene to attend to crucial legislative business
  • Nigeria, S/Africa, Ghana, Kenya mull maritime pact
  • Kalu begs IBB to support Buhari’s re-election bid
  • Gridlock: Traffic robberies threatening export drive ‘ SHIPPERS
  • Dangote lauches BlocMaster for cement moulders
  • Malta Guinness named official durbar drink in Sokoto, Zaria
  • NPA, Terminal operators at war over illegal port charges
  • Owerri Customs intercepts military hardware, illicit drugs, others
  • Stakeholders raise concern over harassment of female cadets
  • NPA talks tough on implementation of BWM Convention
  • Insurers to lose operating license over de-marketing with tier base policy

THISDAY

  • Taking Advantage of Bearish Stock Market
  • 2019 Elections: Sultan, CAN President Sign Peace Deal
  • 6.3m Children Died in 2017, Says UN Report
  • NIA Boss Bemoan Low Insurance Penetration
  • FG Urged to Target Double-digits Growth Rate to Reset Economy
  • Wapic Insurance Pays N10.6bn claims in Five Years
  • APC May Hold Presidential Primary on September 26
  • Court Orders Arrest of Senator Uzodimma over Alleged N200m Dud Cheque
  • Shun Corruption, Decide Political Cases Purely on Merit, CJN Tells Judges
  • Nnamdi Kanu is in London, Kalu Insists

THE SUN

  • Buhari, Oshiomhole, Tinubu, others solicit votes for Oyetola
  • Alleged certificate forgery: Anxiety in PDP as Adeleke knows fate today
  • APC, PDP undemocratic ‘ Sen. Gemade
  • Primary: Lagos APC picks Salvador, 6 others to screen aspirants
  • Lawmaker supports Buhari’s re-election with 100 cars
  • I’ll accept outcome of PDP presidential primary ‘ Tambuwal
  • Heskey: Iheanacho, others must learn from Vardy
  • Golden Eaglets stranded in Niger Republic
  • Nigeria on course to winning an Olympic medal in wrestling ‘ Igali
  • Arsenal chief Gazidis moves to AC Milan
  • FG sells 12.4bn shares in NSPMC to CBN, BPE
  • Naira abuse: Mystery shopper to monitor new banknotes ‘ CBN
  • Ohanaeze seeks to promote Igbo language in Lagos
  • Card Reader legalised in latest Electoral BillPDP presidential ticket: Rivers’ll collectively decide aspirant to support ‘ Wike
  • 2019: Allow Buhari complete second term ‘ Kalu
  • 2019: Christian, Muslim leaders sign peace accord in Abuja
  • Bayelsa govt sues for calm as flood hits 12 more communities
  • Relocate now, Obiano urges riverine communities
  • Flood submerges Senator Oduah’s community, others in Anambra
  • NMA donates drugs to over 600 IDPs in Zungeru
  • Osun Poll: Charlyboy’s ‘Ourmumundondu’ group visits Ooni of Ife
  • Pastors’ misconception of Genesis 2:24 and Matthew 19:4 (4)

GUARDIAN

  • How Nigeria, DRC, others fall into global poverty net, by Gates
  • Osinbajo presides over special meeting on minimum wage
  • FG to conclude ports concession review agreement by December
  • We will beat Enyimba in Aba, Rayon Sports coach boasts
  • Weaponising cybersecurity and cybercrime legislations in an election season
  • Customs urged to reward officers’ gallantry
  • PSC deploys 40 officials to monitor conduct of policemen
  • UN decries killing of abducted aid worker in Borno
  • Katsina bubbles as delegates arrive for NFF elections
  • LSETF, Visa drive cash-less scheme, offers N3.5m in grants

TRIBUNE

  • Fela Durotoye picks ANN presidential nomination forms
  • Lanlehin picks governorship nomination form
  • Fayose fires back at EFCC, says on October 16 I stand
  • PDOGMAN set to partner security agencies in tackling adulterated fuel
  • Oil production rises to 1.71mbpd
  • The Osun governorship election
  • Why I am passionate about body and skin care ‘Ajibewa
  • Osun decides between continuity and change
  • NCDMB doesn’t award oil, gas contracts ‘Wabote

LEADERSHIP

  • Dangote Launches ‘Blocmaster’ Cement
  • Sokoto CP Assures Peaceful Election In 2019
  • Market Leaders, Academia Laud Life Progress Booster
  • AMVCA 2018: When South Meets West On Africa’s Biggest Stage
  • Linda Ikeji Shows-off New Born Baby
  • Kemi Lala Akindoju Ties Nuptial Knot With Celebrity Chef
  • Afreximbank Closes $150m Club Facility
  • NPA Proposes Sanctions For Operators, Regulators In Revised Concession Agreement
  • Noah Cyrus, Lil Xan Release ‘Live Or Die’ Video Despite Breakup Drama
  • Why FG Anchors 2018 Economic Summit On Implementation Of ERGP
  • States Raise Output In Rice Production As Nigeria Heads To Exit Import In 2020
  • Shell Plans To Cut Methane Emissions
  • Brent Crude Drops To $77.78pb As US-China Trade War Escalates
  • BudgIT Raises Concerns Over 3 States’ Budget Bills
  • Lagos PDP Endorses Saraki For Presidential Ticket
  • Sigma Pensions Empowers Beneficiaries Of Dead NPS Staff
  • Bargain Hunting In Nestle, 26 Others Drive Stocks Market Rebound
  • FCTA, OBG Ink Deal On Abuja Investment Opportunities
  • FG To Demolish Houses Built On Waterways
  • Residents Urge Council Chairman To Fix Bwari Township Roads
  • Shell Distances Self From Disagreement Over Occupied Belema Flow Station
  • Rising Energy Theft Threatens FG’s New Metering Policy
  • It’s Felony To Walk On Rail Tracks, Says NRC

DAILY INDEPENDENT

  • Trump’s Great Wall Of Tariffs
  • Death On The Tee: American Charged With Murdering Spanish Champion Lady Golfer
  • 85-Year-Old Man Fights Off Three Would-Be Robbers At Betting Shop
  • U.K. Police Investigate New Allegation Against Harvey Weinstein
  • Berlin Doctor Says: Anti-Kremlin Activist Was Probably Poisoned
  • Syria Welcomes Russia-Turkey Agreement On Rebel-Held Idlib
  • Yobe APC Aspirant Denies Withdrawal From Gubernatorial Race
  • Criminalise Vote Buying ‘ ADP Candidate Charges INEC, Security Agencies
  • PDP Chieftain Assures Of Hitch-Free Party Primaries
  • 2019 Elections: Sultan Urges Nigerians To Shun Conflict, Violence

BUSINESS DAY

  • FG’s list of ongoing projects in South-East contains truths, half-truths, lies
  • EMT meets to consider the 2019 budget
  • Lagos, 3 others lead fiscal sustainability index in Nigeria
  • Smuggling dampens FG’s tomato policy
  • What could have ignited this buying spree for West African crude
  • Why did NERC ban DISCOs’ association for criticising Fashola
  • Wapic make claims payment a priority with climbing pay-out profile
  • Does new capital regime mean less advantage for ‘Lower Tier Insurer

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