Headline November 15 Headlines from Nigeria’s Major Newspapers

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Headline November 15 Headlines from Nigeria’s Major Newspapers

NATION
*Governors: states can’t pay N30,000 minimum wage
*Dasuki, Diezani, Shema, Fayose houses top list of seized assets
*2019: Nwabueze leads campaign for Atiku
*Nigeria raises $2.86b Eurobonds to fund capital expenditure
*Abaribe, two others to forfeit N100m each over IPOB chief Kanu’s bail

LEADERSHIP
*Diabetes : Obaseki Assures Health Sector Initiatives Will Ease Burden
*AFCON Qualifiers : Gov Okowa Promises Super Eagles $ 25 , 000 Per Goal
*Navy Launches Operation `Chase Thief ’ In Niger Delta
*Naira Gains 50 Kobo Against Dollar At Parallel Market
*Adamawa Assembly Approves N 5 Billion Loan Request For LG Salaries
*UNIBEN To Honour Oba Ewuare II, Others
*Experts Laud Edo Govt’ s Job Creation Drive , Chart Pathway For Sustainability
*CBN Refunds N73 bn To Bank Customers
*N 30 , 000 New Minimum Wage Not Practicable – Govs

DAILY TRUST
*Stakeholders seek review of airport security architecture
*‘20 IPMAN members kidnapped in 10 months’
*2019: Youths urged to shun violence
*Senate panel uncovers fresh N410bn withdrawal from NLNG account
*Forex: FEC approves additional N15.2bn for ILS, Kwara/Kogi road
*We’re resuscitating the school in Ochanya’s village — Ortom
*Women farmers’ access to extension service in Kwara abysmally low – ActionAid
*Kogi to give primary schools facelift
*By-election: Police suspend vigilante groups’ activities in Kwara
*Kogi Assembly passes Youth Devt Commission Bill, 4 others into law

VANGUARD
*How Obaseki Is Tackling Crime Wave In Edo, By Ohonbamu
*Katsina School Feeding: Food Vendor Accuses Gov’s Aide Of Shady Deals
*Ex-militants Condemn Search On Atiku At Abuja Airport
*LSETF Starts Community Engagement On Scheme’s Impact
*Prioritising Environment And Sanitation Issues
*Naira Depreciates To N361.5/$ In Parallel Market
*Operation Crocodile Smile’s Curbed Piracy, Militancy In A-Ibom —LG Boss
*We Don’t Think Fintechs Can Disrupt Banks — Flutterwave
*Forget House C’ttee Report, We Distributed The Rice – NEMA
*Bayelsa Elders Kick Against Alleged Move To Disband Security Outfit
*Court Sacks A-Ibom Lawmaker For Defecting From PDP To APC
*STRIKE: Govt, ASUU Meet In Abuja Today
*UNILAG Unveils Institute Of Nigeria-China Development Studies
*Experts Canvass National E-waste Policy
*Urhobo In Lagos Restate Commitment To Peace
*Nigeria Maintenance, Reliability Confab Holds Today
*Buhari, Atiku, Saraki Throw Darts Over Oshiomhole
*No Money For Unemployment Report – Statistician-General
*Tambuwal’s Deputy, Ahmad Aliyu, Resigns
*Why Wuraola Ojo Golf Tourney Can’t Be Made All Professionals — Adekunle Adeojo
*Crisis Brews Over Amapetu Succession In Ondo
*Man Jailed 3 Months For Stealing From Policeman
*Atseye, Madueke Zoom Into Rainoil Tennis Q/finals
*Manufacturing Sector Report: PMI, BCI Data Portend Mixed Fortunes For Real Sector
*Nigeria Launches World’s 1st Digital Commodity Market Place
*Simply Nigerian Fair Holds 5th Edition In Lagos

PUNCH
*Emmanuel presents N670.72bn budget
*Retired admiral forfeits N510m to EFCC
*Alkali’s killing: Suspect not our member, surveyors tell police, army
*Delta approves N300m for students, others
*Govs to Labour: Expect sacking if we must pay N30,000 minimum wage
*APC primaries: Anti-Oshiomhole protesters storm ICPC
*ASUU tackles Fayemi over prof salary claim
*APC distracting attention from Osinbajo indictment – Atiku
*Fire razes 22 shops, machines in Anambra
*Kebbi inferno destroys N800m goods
*ICPC to arraign dismissed OAU sex-for-mark professor
*Mobile money: CBN requests N5bn capital investment from telcos
*Senate alleges fresh $1.15bn illegal withdrawals from NLNG accounts
*Oshiomhole has lost moral right to remain in politics – Saraki
*Radix Pension grew RSAs by 450%
*Ezekwesili and new generation presidential hopefuls
*Family accuses Lagos hospital of causing asthmatic patient’s death
*Hijab controversy: UI school board retains dress code
*Tipper driver crushes motorcyclist to death in Lagos

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