Top Trending News In Nigeria Today – August 15 2018

Top News In Nigeria Today August 15 2018

Top News In Nigeria Today August 16 2018Leadership Newspapers

PDP Senators Ask Court To Stop Saraki’s Impeachment

Senators elected on the platform of the Peoples

Democratic Party (PDP) yesterday prayed an Abuja

Nigeria’s LPG Market To Attract N7.2trn Investments

Gloomy Outlook As OPEC Forecasts Lower Oil Demand For Nigeria, Others

3.7m Nigerians Are Currently Faced With Food Insecurity – Sen. Abdullahi

ago ‘Queen Of Soul’ Aretha Franklin Gravely Ill

Eid-el-kabir: Tambuwal To Pay Sokoto Workers This Week

DSS: Saiyefa Appointment, A Rebirth Of Nigeria’s National Security – NYN

Obaseki, World Bank Firm Up Partnership On Agriculture

Tribune Newspaper

Osinbajo orders immediate overhaul of management of SARS, its activities

APC leaders strategise plot to impeach Saraki

Buhari’s vacation not extended — Presidency

No going back on Saraki’s removal — Oshiomohle

Ooni donates new building structure to orphanage home in Ibadan

Eid-el-Kabir: Osun offers free train service for sallah holiday makers

Nigeria Immigration Service nabs two Togolese with PVCs in Osun

Osun people’s rejection of incumbent government, SDP’s gain ― Omisore

August 5 2018 Newspaper HeadlinesThe Nation Newspaper

Anger over Saraki’s refusal to recall National Assembly

Lagos APC for direct primary

Report: Banking access lowest in Northeast, Southeast

Osinbajo orders SARS’ overhaul

Electricity workers threaten to shut power, demand sack of MD

INEC to announce elections programme on Friday

Nigerian leaders should emulate Ayade, says Turaki

By-elections: Are results signposts to 2019?

CAN declares three-day prayer nationwide

IGP collapses SARS teams, renames unit FSARS

Prominent Nigerians celebrate Odili at 70

Lecturer remanded for alleged rape

Protecting electricity consumers’ right under the law

Saraki’s action is high treason, says APC

Punch Newspaper

Saraki will be lawfully and democratically impeached – Oshiomhole

Obasanjo can’t tell us who to vote for – Tinubu

Shakeup looms at DSS as Buhari decides acting DG’s fate

Osinbajo orders IG to reorganise SARS

Supplementary budget: Saraki, Dogara explain delay

Man serving life sentence begins Master’s programme

I didn’t write new letter to Saraki, says Edwin Clark

I collected N15,000, says vigilante who trafficked schoolgirl to Burkina Faso

Driver crushes LASTMA officer, flees to Ghana

Vanguard Newspaper

SARS: Osinbajo orders probe of abuses as IG rejigs squad

We’ll deliver for Buhari in 2019 – Ambode

Mounting insecurity, helpless governors: State Police to the rescue?

2019: You can’t speak for Nigerians on PMB’s re-election, Tinubu tells OBJ

After 9 days in coma, tramadol induced kidnapper dies in Ondo

APC accuses Saraki of ‘High Treason’, says, PDP Planning to Attack our Senators

We need new technologies to address power, metering challenges – Buhari

Theatrics in the National Assembly: Who is guilty of sabotage?

Lack of regulation causing recklessness in the maritime industry – Tony Nwabunike

AFCON 2019: CAF gives Cameroon go-ahead nod

IPOB calls for panel to investigate killing of 38 pro-Biafra agitators

Impeachment: Court orders substituted service on panelists

INEC extends voters registration exercise by 2 weeks

2018 Electoral Act Bill still alive —Presidency

We are committed to repositioning NIMASA – Dakuku.

2018-08-15T12:29:18+01:00 August 15th, 2018|Newspaper Headlines|0 Comments

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