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Here are the major headlines for Friday, January 19, 2018

The Nation

  • Jigawa employs 330 teachers
  • New Zealand PM Ardern pregnant with first child
  • Photospeak: LASTMA officials evacuate fallen truck
  • Kanu raises the alarm over bid to seize hotel
  • Commonwealth Games: Nigeria to Participate in 9 Sports
  • Photos: Buhari hosts APC Party Chieftains
  • Tinubu on herdsmen, farmers crisis: enough
  • EFCC launches probe as $500m Abacha loot goes missing
  • Malabu deal: Nigeria sues JP Morgan for $875m
  • ‘Winning political contest never an end in itself’
  • Husband beats pregnant wife to death
  • Osinbajo heads panel on herdsmen killings
  • Surgery panacea for fibroids, says expert
  • Military clears 95 deradicalised Boko Haram members
  • Herdsmen: Lawyers knock senators for ‘politicising delicate issues’
  • Commonwealth Games: Nigeria to Participate in 9 Sports
  • Update: Alex Sanchez Axed from Arsenal First-team Training
  • Basketball: First Bank BC picks 13 new players
  • Tinubu on herdsmen, farmers crisis: enough
  • EFCC launches probe as $500m Abacha loot goes missing

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Tribune

  • JOGSOBA to construct N250m ICT centre for alma mater
  • Kogi gov warns against violence in Nigeria, says ‘we need peace to move forward’
  • INEC swears in Rufus Akeju as REC
  • I’ll strengthen existing relations between Sierra-Leone, Nigeria, says Samara
  • The Economists disowns publication on Buhari, Presidency says
  • Osinbajo heads NEC committee to end herdsmen killings
  • Ogun takes proactive step to avert herdsmen, farmers clash
  • Ekiti debunks claim on plan to close Adeyeye’s radio station
  • Borno suicide blast : Atiku mourns victims
  • It’s time for a woman to represent Epe at state assembly —Kadri-Edu
  • ‘We must be co-creators of a prosperous state’
  • Lalong and the politics of Benue killings
  • Nigerians fault Buhari’s leadership style, system of government
  • Absence of EFCC’s witnesses stalls Omokore’s trial over $1.6bn crude oil scam
  • 2019: Tinubu will be used and dumped —Lamido
  • Buhari’s failure to visit Benue: PDP blasts APC govs, ministers
  • Dogara urges Buhari to assent to Petroleum Industry Governance Bill
  • Man docked for cheating
  • Pakistani police arrest suspect in rape, murder of 7-year-old girl
  • Driver wants divorce over wife’s threats to severe manhood
  • Sri Lankan women file case challenging alcohol ban in top Court
  • Wike announces N500-Million business devt scheme for women
  • Reps call for transparency in NAPIMS controversial $260m contract
  • AfDB to focus more on power sector in 2018
  • Taxpayers now critical of government projects ―Kwara revenue boss
  • Subomi Balogun hosts religious tourists at New Year service •Calls for fervent pray for Nigeria
  • Amachree urges Nigerians in Diaspora to attract more tourists to Nigeria
  • The glitz, glamour, excitement of carnival Calabar 2017 •As Brazil, South Africa, Ghana took the shine
  • Issues that shaped Nigeria’s tourism in 2017

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

The Sun

  • El-Rufai bans child adoption in Kaduna
  • Sultan, Onaiyekan, CAN task FG on herdsmen
  • Senate defers planned summit on insecurity
  • YCE rejects cattle colony, grazing reserves in Yorubaland
  • Customs shoots, injures pregnant woman in Ogun
  • 2019: Nigeria remains complex –Tinubu
  • Nigeria in crisis –Wike
  • Sule Lamido accuses Buhari of intolerance
  • Gov Ishaku orders arrest of Taraba lawmaker’s killers
  • Unongo resigns from Northern Elders Forum
  • 2017 The Sun Thanksgivings Service: Who’s Pastor Ituah Ighodalo?
  • Agency disburses N3m cash assistance to 73 fire victims in Jigawa
  • Pope shocks Chile by accusing sex abuse victims of slander
  • Flu can be spread just by breathing, says expert
  • Most state legislatures are dead -Onuora
  • 2019: Uneasy calm in Oyo APC
  • Don’t contest in 2019, Bishop Chukwuma tells Buhari
  • NIPOST’s unbundling ‘ll create independent business model –FG
  • Reps probe N7.6tr revenue loss to IOCs, sharp practices
  • Kaduna dry port to commence int’l operations in March
  • CHAN 2018: We’re ready for Libya -Yusuf
  • Russia 2018: Only fit players’ll make my squad –Rohr
  • Herdsmen, farmers clashes: We’re too casual with governance in Nigeria, says Falana
  • 2nd term: Pro-Buhari, Osinbajo group opens South West office tomorrow
  • Bayelsa govt. allays teachers fear over reforms
  • PPA urges Gov. Ugwuanyi to invest in youths

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Sultan indicts FG, security agencies over herdsmen killings
  • My election, will of Nigerian People – Buhari
  • Court ruling on IPOB as terrorist organisation denigration of judiciary—Ohanaeze
  • Southwest on antidote for rampaging herdsmen
  • Dogara urges Buhari to sign PIGB
  • Proffer alternatives to grazing, Tinubu urges FG
  • Passage of PIGB’ll curb future fuel scarcity —Saraki
  • Herdsmen killings: We have no control over any Fulani man – Sultan
  • Suspected herdsmen strike in Ekiti, kill pregnant woman
  • Jigawa Govt. Employs 330 Teachers
  • Who Owns The Niger Delta Avengers?, Lauretta Onochie Asks
  • New Zealand Prime Minister Pregnant With First Child
  • Court Orders Arrest Of Presidential Candidate
  • Sharia-Based Banking On The Rise In Germany
  • Several Deaths Due To Extreme Heat In Melbourne As Australia Swelters
  • Nigeria Not A Shit Hole Nation
  • Sultan Indicts FG, Security Agencies Over Herdsmen Killings
  • In California, Rebel Berkeley Fights Trump Over Migrants
  • Katsina Teenage Girl Kidnapped, Abductors Demand N30m Ransom
  • Ripples Over $500m Abacha’s Loot
  • Killings: Defend Yourselves, Clerics Tell Nigerians
  • After Year Of Trump, World Order Strained But Not Broken
  • MBayelsa Govt Allays Teachers Fear Over Reforms
  • ‘My Male Bosses Complain That Their Working Wives Are Selfish, Too Ambitious …’
  • Drogba Looks To Future As Stellar Career Winds Down
  • CHAN: Eagles keen to avoid upset against Libya
  • 2018 C’wealth Games: Nigeria to take part in 9 sports
  • Ikpeazu, contractor strike fresh accord over Enyimba Stadium
  • Kojo kicks against WAGS for Eagles camp

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • Australian Open: Halep sweeps past Bouchard
  • Eight-year-old boy shot dead in police crossfire
  • Trump announces Fake News Awards winners
  • No migrants should be forcibly returned to Libya – HRW chief
  • Customs shoot man to death in Lagos, injure three
  • Herdsmen killings: Buhari lacks power to remove Ortom, says SAN
  • Nigerian pastors as 2019 opposition party
  • History-making Iheanacho vows to achieve great things
  • Court remands ex-gov’s son over money laundering
  • Kidnappers kill two policemen, abduct four expatriates
  • Constitution amendment tops agenda as govs meet in Abuja
  • Kazakhstan bus fire kills 52
  • Nigerian workers tackle French employers over restructuring
  • Access Bank approves paternity leave for male employees
  • Omokore firms’ accounts frozen by worldwide order – Stanbic IBTC
  • Nigerian pastors as 2019 opposition party
  • Constitution amendment tops agenda as govs meet in Abuja
  • Herdsmen destroy ex-naval chief’s farms, Taraba rejects cattle colony

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • Sultan exonerates Miyetti Allah from killings in Benue
  • AfDB pulled Nigeria out of recession, says Adesina
  • Consumers paid more for petroleum products in December, says NBS
  • US lawmakers aim to tighten terms of Iran nuclear deal
  • Home-based Eagles in make or burst tie against Libya
  • Storm caused 90 mn euros in damage: Dutch insurers
  • Reps finally pass PIGB, Dogara urges Buhari to assent to bill
  • Residents groan as fuel crisis worsens in FCT
  • NEF appoints new convener as Unongo resigns over statement on herdsmen killing
  • NITDA reorganises registration, certification of indigenous equipment manufacturers
  • Presidency’s accounts not audited for 10 years, Senate reveals
  • Busy week lifts United spirits
  • Forward thinking gives Conte a headache
  • Man City to bounce back, warns Otamendi
  • Federer, Djokovic march on, Muguruza, Wawrinka out
  • NOC unveils programmes for Commonwealth Games, others
  • United World Wrestling to hit Nigeria for Adekuoroye
  • Conflict zones and violence against children
  • Novel diet protects against aggressive prostate cancer
  • Nigeria to tap into $19 trillion IoT market through OBUNO engine
  • NAMA pledges efficient airspace, safety for operators
  • Dana Air, Heartland FC sign pact
  • Abacha loot: Much ado for nothing
  • Herdsmen attack and a reformed police
  • Infrastructure deficit: How taxation can help
  • 2019 governorship election: Hurdles before Ogun West
  • New group urges citizens to rescue Nigeria
  • Stakeholders seek review of telecom industry structure for growth
  • DH2i signs strategic reseller agreement with Nigeria’s storhet solutions
  • Internet solutions connects to Microsoft Azure network
  • Father admits beheading six-month-old daughter in Ogun
  • How to correct Nigeria’s leadership deficiency
  • Paracetamol use during pregnancy linked to language delay in girls

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • Petroleum Bill Now Ready for Buhari to Sign, Says Dogara
  • Court Refuses to Vacate Order Proscribing IPOB
  • Search on for Kidnapped Americans and Canadians in Nigeria
  • Tinubu Calls for Deregulation of Fuel Price, Seeks Progressive Governance
  • Boroh Begs Avengers to Hold Fire
  • Lamido Accuses Buhari of Vindictiveness
  • DMO Releases FGN Bond Issuance Calendar for Q1, 2018
  • Walter Wagbatsoma, Nigerian Oil Magnate Sent to Jail in UK
  • Buhari Approves TV Station for UNILAG
  • House to Probe NNPC over Alleged Loss of $21bn Oil Revenue to IOCs
  • Buhari Seeks N’Assemby Approval to Extend Implementation of FCT Budget
  • Kogi East Rejects Cattle Colonies in Igala Land
  • Senate Postpones Security Summit
  • Ekwueme to Be Buried Feb 2
  • How Kidnap Kingpin, ‘Dracula’ Died in Police Custody
  • Kaduna Teachers Suspend Strike
  • Desperation for Oyo Governorship, Driving You Mad, APC Tells Minister
  • AfDB: Nigeria’s Economy Needs Double Digit Growth to Reduce Poverty, Create Mass Employment
  • Ebonyi Shuts down Schools over Lassa Fever Outbreak
  • Auditor General: Paucity of Funds Affecting our Statutory Mandate
  • We’ve Made Remarkable Progress in Agriculture, Says Buhari
  • Atiku Mourns Victims of Maiduguri Blast
  • Jonathan Felicitates with Anyaoku at 85
  • 95 Ex-Boko Haram Fighters Set for Release
  • Sokoto Spends N6bn on Settlement of Pensions
  • Ahmed Dissolves Kwara Cabinet
  • Lagelu Old Boys inject N0.2bn into school infrastructure
  • Sokoto Distributes 45,000 Desks to Schools
  • Four States Seek Urgent Action on Oil Exploration in Sokoto Basin
  • IYC Commends House for Passage of Maritime University Establishment Bill
  • Bayelsa Governor Douses Fear over Planned Teachers’ Sack

(www.thisdaylive.com)

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