Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today – 18th of September 2019

Punch

  • Stolen N400m: Ex-GOC faces court martial in wheelchair
  • Strike looms over minimum wage failed talks
  • Buhari disbands Obono-Obla panel, transfers duties to Malami
  • 817 Nigerians waiting for evacuation in South Africa – FG
  • CBN begins charges on deposits, withdrawals above N500,000
  • Submit yourself for trial, EFCC tells ex-AGF Adoke
  • ICPC arrests association officials for N2bn fraud
  • RTEAN sacks president, secretary over Lagos leadership crisis
  • Inflation dropped to 11.02% in August, says NBS
  • Four banks generate N24.3bn from account maintenance charges
  • US cuts funding, 223,000 in Boko Haram enclave risk hunger
  • Nigeria’s domestic revenue among world’s lowest – Bill Gates
  • Chinese’ll increase investment in Lagos – Consul General
  • Youths shut down Agip operation
  • IPOB can’t attack me outside Nigeria, says Ngige
  • Talks with bandits ongoing — Tambuwal
  • We’ll settle N57bn salary arrears in instalments – Fayemi
  • Niger pays N200m debt to NECO, awaits release of 30,000 students’ results
  • Oyo offers 38 housing units for sale
  • Aba patients flee to private clinics
  • Gunmen kidnap SAN, others in Delta, demand N15m
  • Policemen invade Ondo church, dig altar

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • State governments in race to put 10.5 million kids in schools
  • Osinbajo inaugurates committee to recover N5tr AMCON debts
  • Osinbajo’s task team gets kudos on Apapa gridlock ease 
  • Wase sworn-in as ECOWAS Parliament first Deputy Speaker
  • Alleged corruption: RTEAN sacks President, Secretary 
  • Three ‘Islamic clerics’ held for ‘exploiting’ women 
  • Nigeria to seek global support to combat terrorism, increased FDI – Onyeama
  • Miyetti Allah says members can meet country’s milk requirements
  • Stakeholders urge Fed Govt on tourism development
  • Lalong sends commissioners’ list to Assembly
  • Tribunal: Niger governor knows fate today
  • Fayose’s govt left N57b unpaid workers’ salaries, pension arrears, says Fayemi
  • Lagos commiserates with deceased pilgrims’ families
  • Katsina relishes fruit of dialogue with bandits 
  • Kogi Govt. set to inaugurate N4 billion Rice Mill
  • Nasarawa downsizes 18 existing ministries to 13
  • Sanwo-Olu’s wife launches free surgeries for 150 residents
  • Tussle over stool vacated by Okonjo-Iweala’s father
  • Woman ‘kills’ lover for not funding daughter’s party 
  • 26-year-old, three other women make Kwara’s first cabinet list

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Vanguard

  • I expect you to put the police in order – Buhari charges Police service commission
  • Osinbajo followed due process in supervision of agencies – Presidency
  • Muhammad-Bande assumes duty as 74th UNGA President
  • FG to auction N150bn bonds on Sept. 25 — DMO
  • Abuja-Kaduna rail travelers safe ―NRC assures
  • GROUP LAUDS REMOVAL OF VAT ON COOKING GAS, SAYS IT WILL BOOST ECONOMY
  • PATIENT SAFETY: FG TASKED TO CURB HEALTHCARE ERRORS, PREVENTABLE DEATHS
  • AJAOKUTA STEEL: ACTIVIST APPEALS TO FG TO REVIVE ROLLING MILL
  • APC BLACKMAILED ME, PROMISED TO FORGIVE IF I JOIN PARTY ―MAILAFIA
  • Insecurity: Governor Bello says, dialogue with Bandits in Niger has collapsed
  • Banditry will soon end in Sokoto — Tambuwal
  • LALONG PLEDGES TO REMOVE OBSTACLES INHIBITING ADEQUATE POWER SUPPLY IN PLATEAU
  • Consider yourselves public servants, Taraba Gov. Ishaku tells appointees
  • SCHOOLS: Saraki, Abdulrazaq at loggerheads over distribution of books with Saraki’s image on them
  • WAPA: LASG EMPOWERS OVER 400 GRASSROOTS WOMEN IN AGBADO-OKE LCDA
  • LORI-OGBEBOR, OMASANJUWA, OTHERS SUE FG OVER NDDC APPOINTMENT
  • Refuse takes over streets of Ado Ekiti

(www.vanguardngr.com)

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