- Afe Babalola slams FG for poor funding of education
- Fake news: Seek forgiveness from Nigerians, PDP advises APC, FG
- Edo APC leader backs impeachment of Speaker
- Elites goading Nigerians to think only Buhari or Atiku, baffling ― Prof Ogbogbo
- I’ll address unemployment within 100 days in office ― ANRP candidate
- Atiku will get Nigeria out of economic woes ― Ekiti group
- 24-hour curfew imposed in Kaduna
- House of Reps ticket: Ogun Speaker raises alarm over plan to replace his name
- 2018 Alaghodaro Summit: Edo OPS backs theme
- APC stakeholders in gang up against me, Oshiomhole raises the alarm
- NDIC: Advancing deposit insurance among Africa’s financial safety-net players
- NDIC: Advancing deposit insurance among Africa’s financial safety-net players
- Secret deals that turned Skye Bank from buyer of bridge bank to a ‘bridge’
- We’ll make Odu’a better, stronger —Akinwunmi, Chairman
- Secret deals that turned Skye Bank from buyer of bridge bank to a‘bridge’
- Our mission is to ensure all African homes enjoy digital life —Elegbede, Director, Brands and Marketing, StarTimes
- Cut out for the job: Zainab Ahmed steps in as Finance minister
- The Ultimate Cheat Sheet on Personal Loans
- Minister Kemi Adeosun: Her strides, her slumps
- NIMASA, Maritime Academy and the changing Nigerian maritime narrative
- Ayade flags off Carnival Calabar dry run, seeks unity among Africans
- Fela would have been proud of Wizkid, Davido — Sean Dampte
- My entertainment app will end film, music piracy —Yannick Philippe
- Music will be a weapon for peaceful conduct of 2019 elections —US Consul
- Actress who helped trigger India’s #MeToo movement ‘inspired by God’
- Scouting Africa berths in Nigeria
- What Nigerians should learn from Fela —Yeni Kuti
- Nollywood veteran actor, Ajimajasan, dies at 82
- Eve Esin: Why I will give myself a special treat on my birthday
- ‘We don’t live here anymore’ movie premieres in Lagos
- Again, NHIS Executive Secretary suspended indefinitely
- Sleep problem causes death from road accidents, diseases —Experts
- Expert links increasing incidence of Apollo to poor hygiene, overcrowding
- Pharmacy technologists charged on ethics of profession
- No HIV cure yet proven effective – Oladapo, OYSACA boss
- Oyo Family Planning, Reproductive Health Law formulation takes shape
- Nasarawa state on red alert, as 53 per cent children malnourished
- Fidson Healthcare wins 2018 Frost & Sullivan Best Practice Growth Excellence Awards
- Kelina Hospital acquires first multi-billion Naira 120 Watts Laser Surgical equipment in Africa
- USAID raises alarm over low contraceptive usage in Kogi
- Nigeria to Host 90% of Extremely Poor By 2030 - World Bank [Guardian] The World Bank has predicted that by 2030, about nine out of 10 extremely poor people in the world will live in sub-Saharan Africa, which includes Nigeria and others.
- Buhari, Sultan Among 50 World Influential Muslims [Daily Trust] President Muhammadu Buhari, the Sultan of Sokoto and President of the Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) Muhammadu Sa'ad Abubakar have been remain the only Nigerians listed among the top 50 influential Muslim leaders in the world.
- Minimum Wage: Labour Unions Threaten Nationwide Strike November 6 [Premium Times] The labour unions in Nigeria say they would commence a nationwide, indefinite strike from November 6 if government does not meet their demands.
- Governor Imposes 24-Hour Curfew On Kaduna Metropolis [Premium Times] The Kaduna State Government on Sunday imposed a 24-hour curfew on Kaduna town and its envrions.
- Biafra Leader Makes First Public Broadcast [Premium Times] The self-exiled leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) says he has returned fully and is "coming back with hell."
- Another IMF's Warning for Nigeria [Leadership] Again, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned Nigeria and Sub-Saharan African economies to check rising levels of debts, diversify their revenue bases or face crisis.
- Malabu Scandal - Witness Tells Court OPL 245 Deal Not in Nigeria's Interest [Daily Trust] A founding director of 'corruption watch dog', Global Witness, Simon Taylor told a court in Italy that corruption in Nigeria's oil sector facilitated human rights abuses.
- How We Spent Billions On Water Projects in Seven Years - Ministry [Premium Times] The Minister of Water Resources, Suleiman Adamu, has finally fulfilled his promise to render account on spending on water projects across the country by providing Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) with detailed information on spending of billions of naira on 292 projects between 2010 and 2016.
- Commander Tasks Troops On Commitments to Defeat Boko Haram [Vanguard] Brig.-Gen. Abdulmalik Biu, the Acting General Officer Commanding (GOC), 7 Division, has tasked troops to be dedicated in the discharge of their duties to end the Boko Haram insurgency.
- Boko Haram Attacks Two Communities in Borno [Daily Trust] Suspected Boko Haram insurgents on Saturday night attacked Mairari and Femari communities in Konduga Local Government Area of Borno.
- Police Announce Arrest of Notorious Kidnappers [Premium Times] The Nigeria Police Force said it had arrested three suspected kidnappers and armed robbers in Masaka, Nasarawa and Kano states.
- Nnamdi Kanu Says He Ran for His Life, Vows to Return [Guardian] Enugu -Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, said yesterday that he ran out of the country for his dear life.
- Buhari to Visit Seme Border [This Day] President Muhammadu Buhari and his Republic of Benin counterpart, Patrice Talon, will next Tuesday perform the official handover of the new Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Border Posts at Seme-Krake and Neope-Akanu in Badagry, Lagos.
- Eight Years of Lagos Fashion Week - the Journey So Far [Guardian] Omoyemi Akerele, founder and CEO of Lagos Fashion Week, was a lawyer when she felt that she wanted 'more' from herself and from life in general.
- Ezekwesili Dousing Buhari, Atiku Challenge With Bloc Gender Votes [Guardian] The setting as it concerns next year's presidential election is getting very complicated.
- Calls for Re-Introduction of Agric Marketing Boards Deepen [Guardian] Femi Ibirogba, Head, Agro-Economy Desk, writes of divergent points of view on and imperativeness of the proposed re-introduction of commodity marketing boards.
- EFCC List Obanikoro, 21 Others As Witnesses in Fayose's Criminal Trial [Guardian] The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has listed 22 witnesses including a former Minister of State for Defence, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro, in the criminal prosecution of Ayodele Fayose.
- Plot to Remove Oshiomhole Thickens [Leadership] Barely four months after assuming office as the national chairman of the governing All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Adams Oshiomhole is enmeshed in a power play that threatens to consume him.
- Nigeria Can Generate $3.2trn Annually From Environmental Health Services [Leadership] Fresh facts have emerged that Nigeria could rake over $3.2 trillion annually from environmental health services, thereby creating over one hundred and fifty six thousand jobs nationwide.
- Fayose's Trial Begins Today [Daily Trust] Lagos -The trial of a former governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, facing an 11-count charge will begin today at the Federal High Court, Lagos.
- Resist Money Politics, Buhari Tells Traditional Rulers [Daily Trust] Benin -President Muhammadu Buhari has called on traditional rulers to resist money politics and preach against hate speech during the 2019 general elections.
- Abducted Policemen's Wives, 8 Others Rescued in Rivers [Daily Trust] Port Harcourt -Two police officers' wives and eight others abducted along the Port Harcourt /Owerri Road by bandits have been rescued by detectives from the Inspector-General of Police Monitoring Unit in Rivers State.
- Insurgents Kill One, Displace 1,300 in Borno Fresh Attacks [Daily Trust] Maiduguri -Residents take part in the burial procession for one of the farmers killed by Boko Haram militants in Kalle, a remote village 17 kilometres outside the state capital of Maiduguri at the weekend. Boko Haram members hacked 12 farmers to death as they worked on their fields in the community.
- I'll Contest 2019 Senatorial Election Under New Party - Shehu Sani [Leadership] The senator representing Kaduna Central senatorial district, Comrade Shehu Sani, who resigned his membership from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), told his supporters that in the next two days he would announce new political party.
- Atiku Will Get Nigeria Out of Economic Woes - Ekiti Group [Daily Trust] Ado Ekiti -A group, the Yar Adua/Atiku Political Family and Friends in Ekiti, has expressed confidence that former Vice President Atiku Abubakar will get Nigeria out of the current economic downturn if elected the President in 2019.
- Scores Injured As Diesel Leak Cause Multiple Accidents in Delta [Vanguard] Ughelli -There was pandemonium on Sunday morning along the Ughelli/Oteri road in Ughelli North local government area of Delta State as scores of persons sustained various degrees of injuries following multiple accidents that occurred on the road as a result of a spill from a leaking diesel tanker.
- Buhari Sends Special Envoy to Mali for Parliamentary Polls [Daily Trust] President Muhammadu Buhari has sent a special envoy to Mali ahead of impending parliamentary elections in that country.
- Buhari's Glaring Double Standards in the Anti Corruption War [This Day] Imeant what I said a week ago that if the Kano State Governor, Umar Ganduje, had been caught red handed and on camera taking bribes, under a Peoples Democratic Party administration, by now he would be an ex Governor.
- Saraki VS Amaechi - Old Allies, New Foes and 2019 Grudge Battle [This Day] Next year's presidential election may boil down to a ferocious battle between two old allies now in opposing camps as they lead the campaigns of the nation's leading presidential candidates.
- Nnamdi Kanu's Sudden 'Return' Stirs Fresh Worries in South East [Guardian] A curious combination of tension and excitement has enveloped the South East following the sudden "resurfacing" on Friday of the Supreme Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.