Nigerian Newspapers Today, 13th of August 2019

Punch

  • Police killing: DHQ orders Taraba battalion to produce Wadume
  • El-Zakzaky rejects FG’s jet, takes Emirates to India
  • FG blames Labour for minimum wage payment delay
  • Nine Nigerian pilgrims die in Saudi
  • We don’t have Boboski with us –Army
  • Posting police to state of origin dangerous – AIG
  • Ex-Customs officers lament unpaid retirement benefits
  • 30 years after, NFF, Nigerians pay tribute to Okwaraji
  • CAC registers 220,773 MSMEs in 10 months
  • Stakeholders fault 9% interest on palm oil loans
  • Sterling seeks to unlock $1tn African agribusiness economy
  • Obaseki pays surprise visit to Oshiomhole in Edo
  • Provide drones for military, Fayemi tells FG
  • Abiodun seeks death for kidnappers
  • Oyetola says only APC members’ll make cabinet
  • Edo: Security guards beat up LG boss
  • Gombe plants trees
  • Driver kills Lagos tricycle rider for bashing car
  • Bus driver, 43, kills self at Lagos mechanic workshop
  • RevolutionNow: Assaulted fufu seller gets N50,000 donation

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Shiites leaders, operatives ‘escort’ El-Zakzaky to India
  • Buhari greets Muhammadu Indimi at 72
  • Buhari hails election of Akinfeleye into World Journalism Education Council 
  • Buhari mourns Nathaniel Olorunfemi former Ambassador to Namibia
  • Nigerians spend N730bn on sports betting annually
  • TRCN to NYSC: stop posting non-education graduates to teach 
  • Presidency keeps mum over alleged deployment of Ita Enang
  • EFCC traces cash to Kwara ex-governor’s wife’s account
  • Don’t obey governors to misuse local govt funds, NULGE warns chairmen 
  • COZA rape allegation: ‘PFN panel to submit report this week’ 
  • #RevolutionNow: we didn’t plan to topple govt, says AAC stalwart 
  • 2023: El-Rufai under fire over call to end zoning 
  • Suspected herdsmen attack ‘ex-teenaged governor’s dad’
  • Yellow Fever: Ebonyi to commence mass immunization of residents
  • Nursing mother dies assisting falling dad in Anambra
  • IPOB remains proscribed, says Ebonyi Govt
  • Bank Manager commits suicide 
  • Suicide: Association wants Censors Board to ban films with suicide scenes

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Vanguard

  • El-Zakzaky, wife jet out to India for medicare, as IMN reacts
  • SEARCH FOR OIL BUNKERERS: How soldiers killed villager, razed school, homes in Rivers community
  • Killings of Policemen, civilians in Taraba: How I narrowly escaped death – survivor
  • Nigeria in danger of US competition in oil sales
  • OMPALAN begins national dialogue on herders/farmers clashes
  • 107 IDPs graduate from NCDMB craft training
  • POLICE RETIREES DECRY DELAY IN PENSION PAYMENT
  • NHVMAS seeks policy change on sexual reproductive health
  • Govt lacks will to solve Nigeria’s problems — Zamani Lekwot
  • Sterling unveils agric summit for Africa
  • PZ CUSSONS UNVEILS NEW PREMIER COOL SOAP, VARIANTS
  • Resolution of Edo apc crisis on course – Obaseki
  • SPDC HEALTH SCHEME THRILLS BAYELSA COMMUNITIES
  • IWOBI TO WAIT A BIT LONGER FOR EVERTON DEBUT
  • LASG begins free health mission for 21,000 children

(www.vanguardngr.com)

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