Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: 19th February

New Telegraph

2019: Tinubu begs Saraki, Tambuwal, Kwankwaso

There are indications that the presidency and the leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) have finally opted to beg chieftains and major stakeholders of the ruling party, who are threatening to dump the platform ahead of the 2019 general elections.


CCTV catches Lagos couple robbing commuters

Operatives of the Rapid Response Squad of the Lagos State Police Command have arrested a couple after they were allegedly caught on a mobile Closed Circuit Television camera robbing some commuters


Jonathan, Obasanjo attend church service in Otuoke

Former Presidents Dr.Goodluck Jonathan and Chief Olusegun Obasanjo on Sunday worshipped at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church in Otuoke, Jonathan’s home town.


Understanding Obasanjo’s Shifting Position 

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo in recent time appears to have become sympathetic to the call for Nigeria to be restructured.

The Sun

Ambode okays N30,000 monthly stipend for 1,000 interns

Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, has approved the payment of N30,000 as monthly stipend to Ready.Set.Work (RSW) interns who have been placed in various organisations for six months.

Daily Times

President Buhari commends FRSC at 30

President Muhammadu Buhari has felicitated with the management and staff of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) as it celebrates 30 years of its establishment.


Ex-minister joins APC in Kebbi

Former Minister of Sports and member of the People Democratic Party (PDP), Samaila Baralabe Sambawa has defected to the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) in Kebbi State with his supporters.

Daily Trust

How Kano LG election was won and lost

On Saturday, February 10, 2018, the Kano State Independent Electoral Commission (KANSIEC) conducted election for the 44 chairmanship and 484 councillorship slots across the state.

The Nation

Catholic bishops confront Buhari over performance

Catholic cleric John Cardinal Onaiyekan yesterday lashed out at the Federal Government over its performance.



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