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Here are the major headlines for Friday, August 4, 2017

Punch

  • Football: UEFA Champions League draw
  • Dear employer, Have you seen Neymar new salary breakdown? – Nigerian
  • Sex worker stabbed father of four to death in Asaba
  • Neymar arrives in Paris
  • Kagame poised for third term win as Rwandans vote
  • Clerk’s abductors demand N20,000 recharge cards
  • B’Haram: DHQ dismisses US report, says Fayose seeking relevance
  • US ban: American tourists can come to North Korea – Spokesman
  • I did the opposite of what my father wanted – Neymar
  • IG explains why kidnapping occurs in schools…says Evans’ trial will be fair
  • Neymar becomes PSG’s Number 10, to be unveiled Saturday
  • Toyota, Mazda announce tie-up over electric vehicles, US factory
  • 62 children, 189 others killed in DR Congo – UN
  • US approves Super Tucano attack planes for Nigeria
  • Britain extradites pastor for allegedly stealing children
  • Clerk’s abductors demand N20,000 recharge cards
  • Mother, daughter in police net for dumping dead infant in dustbin
  • Lagos hairdresser attempts suicide thrice over abducted children…husband accuses police of frustrating family
  • Man, 40, admits to rape of ten years old girl – Borno Police
  • Hunchback, 15 teenagers arrested for robbery, kidnapping
  • Jonathan’s stolen property: Police dismiss four cops, traders expel leader
  • LASG accused of shielding hoodlums that demolished houses
  • Whistle-blower alleges N1.2bn fraud in Niger SDG office
  • B’Haram: DHQ dismisses US report, says Fayose seeking relevance
  • INEC swears in eight new RECs today
  • Legislative immunity: N’Assembly betrays Nigerians, says Faparusi
  • N50bn health fund will be judiciously spent –Ajimobi
  • APC to probe Kaduna, Rivers’ congress crises
  • APC members demand cancellation of Rivers’ congress
  • My exit rumours a propaganda for PDP – Saraki
  • Ladoja, Alao-Akala send representatives to PDP meeting
  • Commissioners’ list: Ondo women accuse Akeredolu of bias
  • 26 stocks appreciate, market gains N79bn
  • We’re profiling rich Nigerians for tax payment – Adeosun
  • 10 ways to avoid business banking fees
  • Banks begin to show investors naira quotes
  • It’s now tougher for states to borrow – DMO
  • We’re already moving out of recession — Udoma
  • Ronke Oshodi Oke weeps over headline
  • Four herbs that build strong bones

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • Putin says will consider running for another 6-year term
  • Gulf crisis intensifies, Turkey and Qatar to hold joint drills
  • North Korea slams US over travel ban
  • BREAKING: Scores feared killed as suicide bombers attack Borno
  • Police nab grand commander of kidnappers, 39 others
  • How building permit can frustrate your projects
  • Ukraine invites Orji Kalu for ‘Day of Odessa’ celebration
  • FG warns military, security agencies on procurement of arms
  • I’ve no regrets aborting third term -Nnamani
  • Niger Delta leaders withdraw threat to pull out
  • Ekiti SUBEB disagrees with Fayemi over N852.9m fund
  • Aisha Buhari, Saraki’s wife, 15 govs’ wives in Imo for August meeting
  • Onu flags off waste-to-wealth programme for South East zone in Abia
  • Anambra guber: We’ve no deal with Uba, APC –Labour Party aspirant
  • UPP is set to replace APGA –Chidoka
  • Anambra guber: Obiogbolu vows to win Anambra for PDP
  • Why construction cost remains high in Nigeria –Ajanlekoko
  • Leicester unveils Iheanacho for £25m on a five-year contract
  • Neymar: Barca receives £198m for buyout clause
  • ‘No mas’ for Joshua
  • ODC resumes operations, evacuates 12,600 tonnes of waste

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Guardian

  • Fire rips through Dubai skyscraper ‘The Torch’
  • Government cautions states against new loans as local debt hits N3tr
  • I chose PSG against my father’s advice – Neymar
  • Our quit notice to Igbo stands, say Arewa youths
  • Neymar completes world record PSG move
  • Putin says will consider running for another 6-year term as president
  • Voting starts in Rwanda with Kagame poised for third-term win
  • 1,104 intending pilgrims will perform 2017 Hajj from Plateau
  • Philippines blames media for US rights concerns
  • Ethiopia ends state of emergency imposed after protests
  • Al-Shabaab militants seize town in south of Somalia
  • Hopeful Ese Brume storms London today
  • Can protectionism rescue Nigerian sport?
  • At Meadow’s Summer camp, Amokachi harps on hardwork, dedication
  • New Tennis Federation president wants Davis Cup in Enugu
  • Franklin Howard predicts bright future for football youngsters
  • Kida warns clubs, players against dealing with illegal bodies
  • ‘Why Al-Aqsa mosque should be accessible to Muslims’
  • Mushin APC reconciles after LG poll crisis
  • Nigeria is built on falsehood, deception and corruption, says Osoba
  • NEPP wants more women in politics
  • Nigeria moves closer to single naira rate
  • South Africa’s national airline needs 13 billion rand to avert crisis
  • Dollar slumps on Russia probe report, Tokyo stocks slide
  • Monochrome is the new colour of democracy
  • The allure of military discipline
  • Restructuring the Nigerian federation
  • Okoroji berates PMAN for disparaging Minister over summit
  • LL Cool J to become Kennedy Center’s first hip-hop honoree
  • ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ winner jailed for domestic abuse
  • Ebola detected in semen of survivours two years after infection
  • Gene-editing success promises prevention for inherited diseases
  • Don’t give water to babies after delivery, UNICEF, EBF warn mothers
  • Lagos arraigns 28 adults, 12 minors for homosexuality
  • “Kidnap” And “The Dark Tower” Out In Nigerian Cinemas Today
  • Man called cyberattack hero faces charges he created malware

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Vanguard

  • On Kaduna declaration we stand, but… —Arewa Youths
  • Anyone calling for boycott of Anambra poll is anti-Igbo —BIM
  • PANDEF meeting with FG: … people are frustrated, people are tired – Kachikwu
  • Why state govts get away with wastage, corruption – Finance Minister, Adeosun
  • Mother Hassana Sabiu and daughter Qamariya abandon newborn to die in waste bin
  • US approves Super Tucano attack planes for Nigeria
  • 80% Nigerian doctors seek jobs abroad – NOIPolls
  • Breaking: We ‘ve withdrawn ultimatum to FG – Clerk
  • Police Angry With Officers Taking Pictures With Nnamdi Kanu
  • UN:Child Soldiers Drink Victims Blood To Make Them Invincible
  • 2019: My Son Not Interested In Governorship – Saraki
  • We Told Buhari Not To Be In A Haste To Come Back – Ortom
  • Al-Shabaab Militants Seize Town South Of Somalia: Peacekeepers
  • Korea Slams U.S. Over Travel Ban
  • Former Senior Chinese Official Jailed For Life For Graft
  • Police Nab Sex Worker For Allegedly Stabbing Client To Death
  • Priest Dumps Catholic Church On Live Radio
  • Neymar Now PSG’s Number 10, Congratulated By Pele
  • Jungle Justice As A Time Bomb
  • Cultists Kill 4, Raze Market, Homes In A’Ibom
  • 12 Minors, 28 Adults, Arraign For Homosexuality In Lagos
  • Calls For Adjogbe’s Sack Ill-Conceived, Selfish —UPU Youths
  • One Dead, 5 Cars Burnt As Tanker Explodes On East-West Road
  • 2 Sex Workers Arrested For Recruiting 15-Year-Old Girl In Calabar
  • Stop Parading Yourself As APGA National Chairman, Obigwe Tells Agbaso
  • Neymar now PSG’s Number 10, congratulated by Pele
  • Okagbare seeks another slice of history in London
  • Breaking: Neymar signs five-year contract with PSG
  • Breaking: Leicester signs Iheanach
  • PDP ex-ministers back zoning as Makarfi says era of special privileges over
  • Lagos PDP crisis: Far from over
  • Nwoye’s supporters fume over conspiracy to stop him
  • Rights group plans debate with candidates in Anambra guber race

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

ThisDay

  • NOIPolls: 88% of Nigerian Doctors Seek Job Opportunities Abroad
  • Constitution Review: Presidential Assent Unnecessary, Says Saraki
  • Buhari Calls Aregbesola, Condoles with Governor over Mother’s Death
  • PANDEF, Osinbajo Meet on Niger Delta
  • Seek Your Relevance Elsewhere, Army Warns Fayose
  • Lagos Arraigns 28 Adults, 12 Minors for Engaging in Homosexuality
  • IG: Lack of Funds Bane of Police
  • Police Dismiss Four Officers for Burgling Jonathan’s Abuja Residence
  • FG Grants Creative Industry Tax Holiday
  • Obaseki: Debt Service Poses Major Challenge for Nigeria
  • Gunmen Kidnap Moroccan Crew
  • Power Ministry Saves FG from N119bn Court Judgment Liability
  • Tanker Explosion Kills One, Razes Vehicles on East-West Road
  • Maku Disowns Biafran Group, Asks FG to Restructure Nigeria
  • Women Group Protests against Rape, Defilement of Female Children
  • FG Inaugurates Technical Working Group on Road Safety
  • 9m UBEC Fund: Ekiti Govt Disagrees with Fayemi
  • Anambra Guber: APC Aspirants Begin Sourcing for Alternative Platforms
  • Ogbeh: I Have No Facebook Account
  • NNPC, IOCs Sign $1.78bn Alternative Financing Agreements for JV Projects
  • EFCC, AMCON to Reopen Cases of Insider Abuse in Banks
  • Our Quit Notice to Igbos Stands, Say Arewa Youths
  • NOIPolls: 88% of Nigerian Doctors Seek Job Opportunities Abroad
  • Constitution Review: Presidential Assent Unnecessary, Says Saraki
  • Buhari Calls Aregbesola, Condoles with Governor over Mother’s Death
  • FMBN Orders Non-subscribers from Own Estates, to Sanction Developers
  • Presco Grows Half-year Profit by 84% to N5.6 Billion
  • AUGUST 4th PRICE LIST FOR MUTUAL FUNDS, REITS and ETFS
  • Enterprise Risk Management Challenges

(www.thisdaylive.com)

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