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Find out what is making headlines all over the country from the covers of The Punch, Vanguard, The Guardian and more.

For today, Thursday, Monday, September 14:

VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

Scores of Boko Haram terrorists surrender

The military says scores of terrorists in the North-East have continued to surrender to troops in the frontline due to sustained offensive by ground troops and pre-emptive air strikes by Nigerian Air Force. READ MORE…

How PDP governors used Anenih against me – Tukur

Erstwhile National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur became governor of the defunct Gongola State in October, 1983 and following the General Muhammadu Buhari-led military coup of December 31, 1983, Tukur returned to business, capping his endeavours as the president of the African Business Roundtable.

7 killed in Jos school building collapse

Four persons were killed, while several others sustained injuries when a two-storey Islamic School collapsed in Bukuru, Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau, on Sunday. READ MORE…

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THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER

DSS screens Odimegwu, Falana, Utomi, others

Reports say some individuals have been screened by the Department of State Security, ahead of President Buhari's September deadline for the appointment of ministers. READ MORE…

Obasanjo: I left N287bn Abacha loot in treasury

Former President Obasanjo, in his book, My Watch-Vol II made a startling revelation, regarding the funds looted by Gen. Sani Abacha, the fmr. Head of State of Nigeria. READ MORE…

Six Nigerians die, four missing in Mecca crane crash

Six Nigerian pilgrims have been confirmed dead while four have been declared missing in the crane accident which took place in a Mosque in Kaabah, Mecca, Saudi Arabia on Friday. READ MORE…

NDLEA allows graduate drown during raid

Officials of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency have been accused of drowning a 32-year-old graduate of Law, Dapo Olasore, in the Agboyi, Alapere area of Lagos State.

Anti-graft war, battle for Nigeria’s soul

On insurgency, Buhari said Boko Haram had been weakened and lacked the strength to occupy the North-East zone or any part of the country. READ MORE…

Perm secs, directors risk dismissal over TSA

There are strong indications that the Office of the Accountant General of the Federation will, on Thursday, submit a preliminary report on the Treasury Single Account to President Muhammadu Buhari. READ MORE…

Corruption: Customs boss asks for top officers’ files

President Muhammadu Buhari has directed the new Comptroller General of the Nigerian Customs Service, Col. Hamid Ali (retd.) to rid the service of corrupt officers.

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THE GUARDIAN

Alleged N34bn NBC, MTN spectrum deal raises dust

There are indications that the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) might have sold the spectrum frequency in the 700MHz bands to MTN Nigeria for about N34 billion in a deal that is yet to be made public even as industry leader, MTN says its transaction is transparent.

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THISDAY NEWSPAPER

Buhari awaits Attorney-General to begin corruption prosecutions

The prosecution of ex-government officials who served under the Goodluck Jonathan administration and their accomplices in the private sector will begin in earnest once an Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice is appointed by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Children, others killed as school building collapses in Jos

Four persons were killed, while several others sustained injuries when a two-storey Islamic School collapsed in Bukuru, Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau, on Sunday. READ MORE…

Boko Haram terrorists surrendering en masse to military

The military says scores of terrorists in the North-East have continued to surrender to troops in the frontline due to sustained offensive by ground troops and pre-emptive air strikes by Nigerian Air Force. READ MORE…

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BUSINESS DAY

NSIA moves to revamp Nigeria’s comatose commodity exchange

The Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA), managers of the nation’s Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF) has expressed interest in reviving the country’s Commodity Exchange, a process which government authorities estimate could cost as much as $20 million.

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