Online Newspapers Review For Today | November 27 2018 | Nigeria

Newspaper Headlines Today November 27 2018.

Here are the news that made headlines in Nigerian Newspapers this Tuesday Morning. Read Newspaper Headlines from the Punch, The Sun, Thisday, Authority, Premium Times and others.

Newspaper Headlines September 29 2018


Buhari faults Oshiomhole, says aggrieved members can sue APC
We’ll miss 2019 target for refineries’ revamp – Kachikwu
Yellow fever hits seven states, 1,640 cases reported — FG
NULGE decries Buhari, EFCC’s silence on LG funds diversion
PDP urges NASS to investigate killing of soldiers
RMAFC recovers N268bn from banks, others
President okays salary increase for policemen
Robbers allegedly steal babies at Calabar varsity teaching hospital
13 convicted for withdrawing girls from school
Nigerian has lost its most valued oil buyers – DPR
We have no preferred candidates in 2019 elections – British govt
Estate agent accused of raping American he lured to Nigeria
Nigeria could lose $6bn to Malabu scam – Global Witness
Again, FG, ASUU meeting deadlocked as strike continues
Presidency’s claim on military withholding casualty figure wrong – Fact check
Court orders police to pay widow N7.9m for killing her husband

Newspaper Headlines Today November 26


APC members free to seek legal redress, says Buhari
Change of guard as Oyetola takes over in Osun
INEC witness to tribunal: Ekiti poll free, fair
10 feared killed in cult clash
Fed Govt to states: cut down on overhead, ensure fiscal discipline
Mikel opens football clinic
How Ajudua duped me of $8.4 million, by Bamaiyi
Nigeria risks losing $6b to bad oil deal, experts warn
Better pay, pension coming for Police
Our brother duped us of N500m, allege Badagry princes
MPC: how to steady economy amid falling oil prices
INEC must whittle down political parties, says first female SAN
CJN warns judges against issuance of ‘reckless remand orders’


2019: We’re not backing Buhari, Atiku, says British govt
Anambra to end Osu caste Dec 28
I never said I’ll probe Fayose – Fayemi
APC primaries: President faults party chairman
UI International School reopens
Police get pay rise
Scam incorporated: How residents lost millions of naira in Abia
RMAFC recovers N73bn from bank reconciliation, verification
Lagosians ready to embrace alternative party – Abang
Ondo: How nine lawmakers hijacked 26-member house
Kaduna Polytechnic and the dividends of merit


Buhari, Atiku Tango Over Killing Of Soldiers In Borno
Oil Price Falls Below Budget Benchmark
STRIKE: FG, ASUU Inconclusive
I Am Pleased To Make Increase In Police Salary, Allowance – Buhari
Stop Issuing Reckless Remand Orders To Police, CJN Warns Judges
Herdsmen Kill Delta Man For Attempting To Prevent Wife’s Rape
Why Terrorists Are Killing Soldiers – Ex-Defence Chief, Gen Agwai
Oshiomhole Debunks PDP Allegations Against Buhari
Naira Depreciation To Persist As Political Campaigns Pressure Forex Market
Flight To Safety, Low Interest Rates Trigger 270% Boom In Commercial Papers
IPAN Tasks FG On Policies To Boost National Development
2019: Why Nigerians Must Reject APC, PDP — Christian Elders Forum
PenCom Tasks Compliance Officers On Implementation Of Micro Pension Scheme
ANAMBRA SOUTH: It’s Time To Elect Competent Leaders – Ukachukwu


Allegri: Barca favourites to win Champions League
Cameroon out to break Super Falcons jinx
Mourinho: If new Man Utd hotel is not better I walk!
Van der Sar on Onana Barcelona link
Drogba ‘learned a lot’ from Lampard
Mane a doubt for Liverpool’s Champions League clash with PSG
CONMEBOL opens disciplinary proceeding against River Plate
Cazorla: Villarreal reach “turning point” with Rangers clash looming
Benitez piles pressure on Newcastle
Ashley Cole released by LA Galaxy
Nainggolan: I can drink and smoke with serenity
Alexander-Arnold compared to free-kick legend Beckham after Watford stunner
Mbappe not on Neymar’s level yet, insists Dani Alves
Jose’s Special One: Mata proving Mourinho’s unlikely Man United saviour
Koscielny takes step towards return.

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