Top 9ja Newspapers Headlines [Tue-11-Sep-2018]

 Premium Times

  • FRSC sanctions 71 driving schools; partners DSS, EFCC on prosecution
  •  Kano 2019: Group buys nomination form for Ganduje
  • Sudan inaugurates new leaders
  • Anambra establishes 28 camp centres in flood prone areas
  • Renowned Islamic Scholar Sheikh Baba-Tune dies at 75
  • Fake nails, eye lashes banned in  Tanzanian parliament
  • PDP governors condemn Buhari's refusal to sign amended electoral act
  • FAAC disburses N3.946trn in 6 months ' NEITI
  • Consumer Protection: NCC, CPC launch joint regulatory investigation in telecom sector
  • 2019: Atiku meets Sule Lamido, says Boko Haram retaking Nigerian territories
  • Two killed, 37 injured in Nasarawa gas explosion
  • Peace Mass Transit finally responds to families of fatal accident victims
  • Navy in Delta hands over vessel, nine crew members to EFCC

Vanguard News 

  • Those agitating for state police are insincere 'Ex-IGP Abba
  • Anger as S-East PDP levies aspirants
  • 2019: PDP Governors' Forum passes vote of no confidence on INEC
  • FG moves to tackle deadly gases from exposed coal seam in Anambra
  • I won't step down for Atiku, Kwankwaso, other PDP presidential aspirants ' Jang
  • Investigation of Adeosun's certificate scandal ongoing ' Presidency
  • Primaries: APC's crises worsen across states
  • Delta North senatorial district not zoned ' Manager
  • Solid minerals: Nigeria mining sector, emerging investors' goldmine
  • Why FG stops blasting activities around arepoliticians

Punch News 

  • Akume attacks Ortom, says govs PhD certificate fake
  • MFM sues ThisDay for libel, demands N500bn
  • Alleged N7.6bn fraud: Judge lambasts Kalu over Germany trip
  • Jang decries killings under Buhari
  • Security chiefs vow to crush IPOB over sit-at-home order
  • No worker was victimised AAUA
  • Five grammatical mistakes you make around money
  • Climate change responsible for farmers, herders clashes Onu
  • Parents protest alleged outrageous fees by Edo school
  • Be selfless, Alake tells politicians

Thisday News

  • 2019: A Brief Manual of Nigerian Politics
  • APC Aspirants in Last-minute Rush to Beat Tomorrow's Deadline
  • Rivers APC Faction Adopts Direct Primaries
  • Malami Confirms 70% of Prisoners Awaiting Trial
  • Saraki: It's Time for North Central to Lead Nigeria
  • Bishop Ezeokafor: Catholic Church Won't Pay Ransom for Kidnapped Priests
  • Don't Treat APGA as a Regional Party, Akwa Ibom told
  • ITU to Enhance Internet Access for Two Billion Unconnected People
  • Resetting the Electricity Market for Improved Performance
  • IPAC to Constitute Legal Body, Interact With INEC to Curb Vote Buying

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