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For today, Tuesday, November 17:

THE GUARDIAN

40 percent of 2016 budget may go to capital projects

Threat of recession is pushing the President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government to plan massive infrastructural and social investment spending, The Guardian learnt. READ MORE...

Fayose, Lai Mohammed trade words over Bayelsa, Kogi polls

A ward of words erupted yesterday between Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti State and Information and Culture minister, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, over the imminent governorship in Bayelsa and Kogi State. READ MORE...

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THE NATION

Buhari seeks approval to pay N413b subsidy claims

There is good news for fuel marketers. President Muhammadu Buhari has asked the National Assembly to approve the payment of their N413 billion claims, it was learnt yesterday

Troops destroy Boko Haram arms factory, kingpin heldREAD MORE...

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THE PUNCH

N5,000 unemployment benefit starts in 2016

The Federal Government has started the process of fulfilling its promise to pay N5,000 monthly allowance to 25 million unemployed youths in the country  with 2016 as the take-off date. READ MORE...

We're ready to crush pro-Biafran revolt, says Army

The Nigerian Army on Monday, warned pro-biafra agitators that it was ready to suppress insurrection by any group across the country. READ MORE...

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BUSINESS DAY

Adeosun makes non-oil revenues top priority

Nigeria's new Finance minister said raising non-oil revenues was her top priority, as the slumps in oil prices continues to take its toll on Africa's biggest crude exporter.

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