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For today, Monday, November 9, 2015:

VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

S-East govs divided over pro-Biafra struggle

South-East governors appeared divided, yesterday over the ongoing pro-Biafra Republic protests. While Imo and Ebonyi states kicked against the protests, Abia State remained neutral, while Anambra State said it was studying the developments. READ MORE…

Wanted Boko Haram chieftain arrested at Abuja airport, enroute Lagos

Reports say a Boko Haram kingpin, on the wanted list of the Nigerian Army, Chindo Bello, was nabbed by security agents, at the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja. READ MORE…

Elections Tribunal Verdict: 8 killed as violence erupts in Taraba

Following the declaration of Hajiya Aisha Alhassan as the winner of the April 11 gubernatorial election in Taraba State, about six persons have been reported dead. READ MORE…

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THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER

Inauguration: Buhari limits ministers’ guests to two

President Muhammadu Buhari has confirmed that his cabinet would be inaugurated on Wednesday and he has ruled that each minister-designate can only be accompanied by two guests to the inauguration. READ MORE…

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THE NATION NEWSPAPER

No foreign jamborees, Buhari tells ministers

President Muhammadu Buhari has restricted ministers’ foreign travels to “essential ones”. Such travels must be “duty-related”, he told the cabinet members at their retreat, which ended at the weekend. READ MORE…

Bloody clash over Taraba judgment

Following the declaration of Hajiya Aisha Alhassan as the winner of the April 11 gubernatorial election in Taraba State, about six persons have been reported dead. READ MORE…

Jonathan camp kicks over 2019 PDP zoning

There is anger in the party over the zoning of the party’s presidential ticket in 2019 to the North. The zoning has foreclosed the return of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan as the party’s presidential flag bearer in 2019.

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BUSINESS DAY

NSIA co-investment strategy targets $2bn amid low oil prices

Nigeria’s Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF) with $1 billion in assets under management is seeking co-investors for a number of infrastructure projects to leverage its capital as the halving in crude prices makes the fund unlikely to receive a major cash injection from the government anytime soon.

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