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Here are the major headlines for Friday, December 1, 2017

The Nation

  • Surge of illegal migration caused by failure of critical institutions – Obaseki
  • Maulud: Imbibe tenets of peace, Tambuwal urges Nigerians
  • AU to set up Humanitarian agency by June 2018 – Official
  • NMA wants more research on HIV, AlDS
  • Don charges politicians to shelve differences to salvage Nigeria
  • 1,295 Nigerians returned from Libya in November – NEMA
  • Unilever charges Nigerians on oral hygiene
  • PDP S/W crisis: Olafeso heads to appeal court ahead of party’s convention
  • Rangers thrash A Ten Padora FC 4-0 in Enugu
  • PTAD to begin verification of NITEL, MTEL pensioners in Jan. 2018
  • Bayelsa wins Gov. Wike National Wrestling Championship
  • Ayade inaugurates 2017 Calabar carnival village
  • NCC seeks partnership of advocacy groups on toll-free 622 line
  • NAF graduates 414 special forces
  • Tinubu advises young Nigerians
  • Bibo, others rule Freestyle category
  • AFN Golden League Kaduna commences today
  • Anxiety as Super Eagles know foes today
  • Not Playing with Ronaldo the only Regret – Totti
  • IOC sanctions two athletes for failing anti-doping tests at London 2012
  • Father of murdered victim dies after throwing grenades in Ukraine court
  • Perm Sec: I accept blame for Maina’s return to work
  • ‘Maina has U.S., two Nigeria passports’
  • OPEC to impose ‘soft target’ on Nigeria, says Kachikwu
  • Oyo commences demolition of dilapidated school structures
  • Ikoyi cash haul: Bank claims ownership of Flat 7B
  • Lagos, NGO warn against female genital mutilation
  • Group decries doctors’ threat to go on strike
  • Govts advised to invest in nutrition programmes

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

The Sun

  • Drama in FCTA as director collapses over promotion
  • Maina scandal gets messier
  • You can save extra cash building your home
  • Ayade budgets N1.3trn for 2018
  • Wike makes case for states on new minimum wage
  • Jonathan fumbled on Chibok girls’ kidnap –Gov Shettima
  • Nigerian media stakeholders set up committees on 2018 IPI world congress
  • Buhari ‘ll take us to next level –Osinbajo
  • 2018 budget suffers setback in Senate
  • Dogara begs Buhari to lead anti-human trafficking fight
  • Ebonyi youthsndisown Ngwu, say APC now better positioned for 2019
  • 414 NAF regiment personnel complete 10 months training in Kaduna
  • Okadigbo’s son appointed ADP deputy spokesman
  • Ogun govt. warns coys over environmental infractions
  • 4, 079 Bauchi residents tested HIV positive in 2017 – BACATMA
  • Dankwambo becomes Tafidan Tangale today
  • Togo’s political instability may engulf West Africa –Buhari
  • Libya migrants: AU, EU demand urgent evacuation
  • India woos Nigerian Industrialists
  • 2019: Buhari and the battle ahead
  • Fayose, Umahi absent at PDP  NEC
  • APGA victory: Anambra people voted for Ojukwu not Obiano –Anumaka
  • ntel, 9mobile get NCC’s approval to commence national roaming test
  • 2018 budget: Succour for FG as OPEC extends oil cut quota
  • CBN’ll fund innovative ideas –Emefiele
  • Enyimba Stadium: Monimichelle returns to site, Commends Ikpeazu
  • Ahead World Cup Draws: We fear no foes –Rohr

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Punch

  • AIDS still epidemic among children – UNICEF
  • Commercial drivers: Bayelsa FRSC conducts free eye tests, blood pressure checks
  • ICYMI: Bank robbers sack police station, kill cop, guard, resident
  • Don’t ban ‘okada’, tricycles, Amaechi tells states, LGs
  • Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa rewards army in new cabinet, shuns opposition
  • Buhari mourns Olufunsho Martins
  • Buhari congratulates Wizkid, Davido on awards
  • Worshippers storm Egyptian mosque week after massacre
  • 25 Nigerians died in the Sahara Desert – Libyan returnee
  • BREAKING: Akarigbo to get staff of office Thursday
  • GM recalls one million cars in China
  • PDP S’West crisis: Olafeso heads to appeal court ahead of party’s convention
  • ICYMI: Bank robbers sack police station, kill cop, guard, resident
  • Ebonyi governor’s aide accused of raping undergraduate
  • Mentally deranged man kills three Borno schoolchildren
  • Okiro: Court orders PSC to reinstate suspended cop
  • KEDC restores electricity to Kaduna community
  • Alaba traders arraigned for piracy of Nollywood films
  • Mechanic gets four weeks’ imprisonment for theft
  • Murder victim’s father blows up courtroom with grenades, kills himself, one defendant
  • Saraki, Shettima eulogise Goodluck Jonathan
  • Togo’s political instability may affect Nigeria, others -Buhari

(www.punchng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • NCC Seeks Partnership Of Advocacy Groups On Toll-Free 622 Line
  • Ayade Inaugurates 2017 Calabar Carnival Village
  • Breaking: SSANU, NASU, NAAT Resume Strike Monday
  • Court Security Men, Tricycle Rider Accused Of Stealing N1.5m Law Reports
  • ICPC Detains 4 Ex-Kogi Commissioners Over N11.3bn Fraud Allegation
  • 1,295 Nigerians Returned From Libya In November – NEMA
  • Drama As Father Comes To Court, Throws Grenades At Man Who Murdered His Son
  • Obiano Inaugurates State Committee For Late Dr. Ekwueme’s Burial
  • The Gang-Up Against Peter Obi 9:54 AMObama Digs At Trump Over Climate Change
  • Bayelsa Wins Gov. Wike National Wrestling Championship
  • NAF Graduates 414 Special Forces
  • Appeal Court Declares Albert Winner Of PDP Senatorial Primary In Akwa Ibom
  • Otuaro Remains My Running Mate In 2019—Gov. Okowa
  • Man Nabbed Over Murder Of 2 Pupils In Borno
  • Accessing Military Operations Around Nigeria
  • Environmentalists Condemn FG’s Allocation Of N17bn To Importation Of Generators
  • Bayelsa wins Gov. Wike National Wrestling Championship
  • FIFA insists World Cup Draw will not be rigged with hot, cold balls
  • Rohr: Nigeria not apprehensive of any team
  • Eagles World Cup kits ready February
  • FG to commence 2017 revised import/export guidelines in 2018
  • CPC comes after banks over excess bank charges
  • CBN’s PMI indicates further economic expansion in November
  • Foreign investors buy out Nigerian shareholders in Seven-Up
  • I’m responsible for Maina’s reinstatement – PermSec, Interior Ministry
  • S’East govs shun CBN empowerment programmes- SEEDC boss
  • Eid el-Maulud: Okorocha, Obi, Udeogaranya felicitate with Muslims
  • Jonathan thought I kidnapped Chibok girls — Shettima
  • Ayade presents N1.3tn record breaking budget for 2018
  • Falana sues Fed. Capital Dev. Authority over failure to cover up manhole on Abuja streets
  • ‎Jonathan wasn’t desperate for power, but unprepared for leadership -Saraki

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Emefiele: Our Worst Days Behind Us
  • PDP Unable to Decide on Convention Committee Chairman
  • UBA Emerges First Nigerian Bank to Win African Bank of the…
  • OPEC Caps Nigeria, Libya’s Oil Output at 2107 Levels, Extends Production…
  • Two Years of Unlawful Detention: A Memo to Sambo Dasuki
  • Jonathan was Not Prepared for Presidency, Says Saraki
  • Adeosun, AGF Insist Maina Not on FG’s Payroll
  • Buhari Returns from Côte d’Ivoire, Leaves for Jordan Today
  • Ayade Presents N1.3tn Budget for 2018, Highest Ever by a State
  • Ortom Backs Buhari for 2019, Says Atiku is on His Own
  • Senate Postpones MTEF Passage over Fears on OPEC Oil Cuts
  • Kachikwu: Oil Revenue May Not Fund Nigeria’s Budget in 20 Years Time
  • Wigwe Emerges 2017 African Business Leader
  • Marketers Threaten to Shut Down Filling Stations in Lagos, Ogun
  • NAPTIP Boss Calls For Crippling of Human Traffickers Economically
  • IPOB to Open Headquarters in Germany
  • 150 Nigerians Return from Libya
  • FG to Begin Implementation of 2017 Revised Import-Export Guidelines January
  • Dogara Tasks Buhari to Lead Efforts against Modern Slavery
  • Senator Bassey Albert Wins at Appeal Court
  • Appeal Court Dismisses Suit Seeking Tambuwal’s Removal
  • $550m Chinese Loan: Nigeria Has Not Opted Out, Says NigComSat
  • Ondo Stops Payment of WAEC Fees, Introduces Education Levy
  • Forensic Audits Required to Eradicate Fraud, Corruption, Say Auditors
  • 2018: We Will Deploy Every Legitimate Power to Dislodge Fayose, APC Vows
  • Onuesoke: FG Has No Right to Tell Govs How to Spend Paris Club Refund
  • UN, AU, Others Task ECOWAS on Gender Equality in Agric Investment
  • Obiano Presents N166.9bn Budget Estimates for 2018
  • FG Charged to Privatise NNPC, Reduce Powers of Petroleum Minister
  • Power Stakeholders Canvass for Cost Reflective Tariffs
  • Rivers Teachers Back Wike over Closure of Illegal Schools
  • Empowering Youths Via Peace Corps of Nigeria
  • Man Suspected to be Mentally Ill Butchers Two Students, Injures Three in Borno School
  • PDP Unable to Decide on Convention Committee Chairman
  • UBA Emerges First Nigerian Bank to Win African Bank of the…
  • OPEC Caps Nigeria, Libya’s Oil Output at 2107 Levels, Extends Production…
  • Two Years of Unlawful Detention: A Memo to Sambo Dasuki
  • Jonathan was Not Prepared for Presidency, Says Saraki
  • Adeosun, AGF Insist Maina Not on FG’s Payroll

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Guardian

  • Extension of oil production cuts threatens Nigeria’s budget
  • Stakeholders chart path to FDI growth in Nigeria
  • Buhari rallies global support for terrorism fight
  • Nigerians hopeful as FIFA holds Russia 2018 World Cup draws
  • ISOC says internet economy presents a major opportunity for Africa
  • Bello inaugurates FADAMA facilities worth $323m in Niger
  • NMA wants more research on HIV, AlDS
  • Oil prices to rise as OPEC extends cuts to Dec, 2018
  • President Buhari’s presence at AU-EU Summit cogent, highly perceptive – Presidency
  • PDP S/W crisis: Olafeso heads to appeal court ahead of party’s convention
  • Ayade inaugurates 2017 Calabar carnival village
  • Rangers thrash A Ten Padora FC 4-0 in Enugu
  • World Cup: Former Eagles coach cautions on team selection
  • City taken a leaf out of United’s book, says Kompany
  • Bayelsa wins Gov. Wike National Wrestling Championship
  • Complete team-by-team guide to the Russia 2018 World Cup
  • The FIFA World Cup Draws: The Russia countdown begins
  • Osinbajo calls for increased public-private sector collaboration to feed Nigerians
  • KPMG offers internship to 10 data science Nigeria hackathon participants
  • ‘NCAT to type-rate pilots on Boeing 737 aircraft locally’
  • ‘Nigerians must reignite the fire of agitation for restructuring’
  • ‘I am the most qualified for PDP national chair’
  • PDP warns aspirants against derogatory comments on party leadership
  • Rap Mogul Russell Simmons Steps Down After Sex Accusations
  • Watch The Official Trailer For “Avengers: Infinity War” Here
  • 5 Travel Hacks That WIll Save You Money On A Trip
  • FG warns against bitcoins, other digital currencies
  • Sunnet at NTITA awards, tasks FG on multiple tax
  • Smile delight customers with mouth watering offer
  • Police restrict movement in Akwa Ibom over council polls
  • Michael Jackson’s impact on art revealed in new show

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Tribune

  • Ekiti CJ grants 28 inmates amnesty
  • Ambode targets Africa’s 3rd Largest Economy for Lagos
  • Court orders immediate recall of suspended PSC’s whistle blower
  • We’ll do everything to uplift the poorest among Nigerian masses ―Osinbajo
  • Falana sues FCDA for breaking his leg
  • Don’t give PDP to a greenhorn ―Bode George
  • PDP throws delegates’ list open for aspirants’ scrutiny
  • Reps defer 2018 budget over MTEF
  • Ondo govt stops payment of WAEC fees
  • Rivers among 74 cities to host UNHABITAT3
  • Youths blame NUT President for Kaduna teachers mass sack
  • Kwara committed to HIV-free state by 2030
  • FG stopped Maina’s salary since March 2013 – Adeosun
  • Amend Rent Control Law to regulate Agency Fees, Lawyer charges Ambode
  • NASFAT lauds Ambode for high level of religious tolerance
  • Ortom vows to slash wage bill from N7.8 b monthly to N4.5 billion
  • Ekwueme’s death a colossal loss, says Rochas Foundation
  • NUPENG warns govs against diversion of Paris Club refund
  • IPMAN threatens to shut petrol stations
  • 2018 budget in trouble as OPEC caps Nigerian production at 1.8mb/d
  • Insurance: Restructuring to sweep away old brigade
  • Jonathan, Ben Bruce applaud Wizkid over best win at MOBO Awards
  • WHAT A MISTAKE! Banky W shares honeymoon experience in a video showing wife, Adesua Etomi’s nude image
  • Lifestyles of gospel artistes should reflect in their messages —Oloruntoba
  • Draypapy drops Human Being audio, video
  • Trump attacks May, brushes off criticism
  • Russia rejects US call to cut ties with North Korea
  • Theresa May: Saudi blockade on Yemen must be eased
  • US envoy Haley warns latest DPRK launch brings world closer to war
  • Gains and pains of primary education in the North
  • ‘N200 education levy kept pupils out of school in Kaduna’
  • The daily life of an almajiri in Bauchi
  • ‘ Media literacy solution to propaganda against Islam ’
  • Mawlid Nabiyy: MMPN preaches tolerance, moderation
  • Foundation disburses N108m zakat funds to 494 Lagos residents

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

 

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