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Today’s Newspaper Headlines November 16

Read Nigerian Newspaper Headlines from The Punch, The Nation, Thisday, Vanguard, Authority, Premium Times, The Sun, and other Sports Newspapers.


NEWSPAPERS REVIEW FOR TODAY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16 2018


Nigerian Newspapers August 14 2018THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER

Beware of anti-workers’ govs, NLC warns Buhari
EFCC arrests 23 OOU students, 12 others for Internet fraud
ASUU, FG meeting deadlocked as strike continues
2019: Atiku, Saraki, Secondus, PDP govs hold crucial meeting
Saraki, Oshiomhole in a war of words
Oshiomhole, ex-APC chief trade words over alleged $50m bribe
ICPC probes NBC DG, others over alleged N2.5bn fraud
Lagos-Ibadan rail: FG to demolish parts of Apapa port terminal
Three CJs lament delays in high-profile corruption cases
Banks refund N66bn, $18m, others to displeased customers
By-election: Gunmen attack APC candidate in Kwara
INEC lacks capacity to conduct credible polls – Wike
Boko Haram: Buratai deploys special forces, terrorists burn villages
Pastor arraigned for abducting, sleeping with married chositer
We will beat boastful Bafana in Joburg — Musa
Shiites continue Abuja protest, say seven women missing

SUN NEWSPAPER


Alleged bribery: Oshiomhole threatens legal action against Saraki
Why El-Zakzaky can’t be released now – El-Rufai
I know how Boko Haram started – Atiku
Minimum wage: Sack threat can’t intimidate us, Labour tells govs
4 family members die, others hospitalised after amala meal
Igbo can’t achieve Biafra through war – Nwodo
Buratai says funding remains army’s challenge
How we stopped Okorocha from short-changing pensioners – Durueke
Benue 2019: Voting APC will be suicidal – Apedzan, pioneer PDP secretary
APGA suspends 3 lawmakers over Anambra impeachment saga
PenCom recovers N14.7bn unremitted contributions
How estate surveyors boost rural development

THE NATION NEWSPAPER


Oshiomhole, Saraki clash over bribery allegation
NLC dares governors over N30,000 minimum wage
How BDCs assist politicians to loot, by Magu
Nigeria can pay living wage, says Oshiomhole
INEC Chair to Nigerians: we ‘ll conduct credible poll
420m people diabetic, says WHO
Asoju Oba Cup: 50 years of thrilling table tennis fiesta
Maduagwu, Uzoezie tussle over Anambra Assembly’s speakership
APC chieftain faces Oshiomhole
‘Nigeria needs constructive mapping to reduce flooding’
Widow remanded for allegedly selling own baby
Soyinka hails Northern teachers, pupils for fighting for education

August 8 2018 Newspaper Headlines

VANGUARD NEWSPAPER


Atiku/Obi Ticket: IPOB, Ohanaeze Youths, APC Disagree With Igbo Leaders
Sack Threat, Invitation To Anarchy – Labour
I’ve Developed Interest In Oil Industry – Buhari
Apprehension Over N6.1trn Loss To E-fraud As Annual E-payment Transactions Hit N97tr
APC Accuses PDP Of Maligning Oshiomhole, Threatens Legal Action
2019: Show Your Scorecard In The North, PDP Challenges Buhari
APC Has Consigned Nigeria To Poverty — Olawepo-Hashim
Lagos City Cycling Grand Prix: 2000 West African Riders Sign Up
SARS Shot Me, But Bullet Couldn’t Penetrate —Witness
Rivers Govt To Probe Mgt Of N36bn Under Amaechi
ONDO IMPEACHMENT SAGA: Nine Lawmakers Loyal To Akeredolu Dissolve C’ttees

SPORTS UPDATE


Rooney: I felt ’embarrassed’ at United
Henry Nwosu urges Nigeria to avoid early South Africa goal at FNB Stadium
Juventus offered second Real Madrid star
Sancho shines on first England start to show Premier League youngsters the way forward
Barcelona star Dembele being sued by ex-landlord over late rent and damaged flat
Deschamps: No rivalry between Mbappe and Griezmann
Neymar: Emery will bring ‘good things’ for Arsenal
Rooney: Kane will beat my England record
Republic of Ireland must improve, says under-pressure O’Neill
Ramos to leave Spain squad
Batshuayi performance delights Martinez
Low: ‘Beautiful goals’ from Sane and Gnabry
Wilson, Sancho praise ‘legend’ Rooney
Giroud: Football has a long way to go before homosexuality is accepted.

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