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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, September 10, 2015:

VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

Chibok girls dispersed, some married off – Buhari

Buhari also said that the girls were being guarded by terrorists at the various locations and that some of them had been forced to marry insurgents. READ MORE…

Family of 6 dies in Lagos fire

Tragedy struck on Wednesday on Obele Lawanson Community, Surulere, Lagos, after a family of seven died in a fire disaster. READ MORE…

Drama as power failure disrupts Senate probe on power

The ongoing probe of the power sector from 1999 till date by the Senate ad hoc committee was characterized by drama and confusion yesterday, as the proceeding was disrupted by power failure eight times. READ MORE…

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THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER

DSS screens Buhari’s ministerial nominees

President Muhammadu Buhari has reportedly submitted a list of 36 ministerial candidates, 20 of whom have already been screened by the DSS. READ MORE…

Power outage stops Senate power probe

The second day of the ongoing Senate probe into alleged corruption in the power sector was on Wednesday disrupted by intermittent power outages.

Protest rocks UNILAG over first-class student’s electrocution

Students of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) have taken to the streets of the institution in protest over the death of Oluchi Anekwe, a 300-level Accounting student who died on Tuesday. READ MORE…

NNPC to build new refineries

The Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Dr. Emmanuel Ibe- Kachikwu, on Wednesday in Kaduna said the Federal Government would consider establishing new refineries for optimal performance of the oil sector.

Tinubu, Akande meet Buhari after Obasanjo’s visit

Tinubu and Akande are said to have arrived the Presidential Villa in Abuja at about 3.15pm on Wednesday, September 9, 2015. READ MORE…

Army frees 128 Boko Haram suspects in Borno

The detainees were released on Wednesday, September 9, 2015, after it was certified that they had no links with the sect. READ MORE…

JP Morgan:  Investors lose N311bn after Nigeria’s expulsion

Investors in the equities segment of the Nigerian Stock Exchange recorded heavy losses as stocks plunged on Wednesday, a day after JP Morgan said it would remove Nigeria from its government bond index. READ MORE…

Stowaway found inside Ghana-bound plane in Lagos

The man succeeded in gaining access into the tyre compartment of the aircraft which was ready for taxiing and hid himself there. READ MORE…

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THE GUARDIAN

I appointed trusted party members, says Buhari

Buhari said that he chose people he could trust to fill the appointments adding that he was well within his rights to do so according to Nigeria’s Constitution. READ MORE…

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THISDAY NEWSPAPER

Liquidity ease unavoidable in fallout from JP Morgan delisting

The decision by US investment bank JP Morgan & Chase to phase out Nigerian government bonds from its Government Bond Index for Emerging Markets (GBI-EM) by the end of October, on Wednesday sent jitters through Nigeria’s currency and capital markets, effectively defining the outcome of the next Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

Electricity failure disrupts Senate probe on power

The ongoing probe of the power sector from 1999 till date by the Senate ad hoc committee was characterized by drama and confusion yesterday, as the proceeding was disrupted by power failure eight times.

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BUSINESS DAY

Stock exchange future brighter on Sahara, MTN, Arik listings

The Nigerian stock market has traded sideways over time as volatile forex and macro-economic concerns cost investors in excess of N1trillion but the local bourse future looks well for increased liquidity with the Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) and listing by major brands in telecoms, oil & gas and aviation sectors.

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