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Here are the major headlines for Friday, July 7, 2017



  • Man United target Lukaku trains with Pogba
  • Beyoncé rejects Kim Kardashian’s baby gifts for newborn twins
  • [VIDEO] Polish president’s wife snubs Trump, shakes hands with Melania
  • [BREAKING] Ex-NBA president, Joseph Daudu, loses wife
  • Mistaken for Badoo cultist, I nearly lost my life —Ikorodu resident
  • Magu’s confirmation controversy: Sagay, others knock AGF, El-Rufai says Magu’ll remain EFCC chairman
  • NSE suspends Union Homes, Omatek, Goldlink, 14 others
  • N-Power: FG trains 774 agric extension workers
  • Ex-military men protest pension deduction, delayed payment
  • Iheanacho set for Leicester
  • AIB to take Suntai’s plane engine to North America
  • Uncompleted three-storeyed building collapses, scores feared trapped
  • Lagos driver blinded after soldier’s attack
  • Jonathan’s wife petitions Reps, alleges harassment by EFCC, NDLEA
  • Recall: Maintain status quo, court tells INEC, Melaye
  • Etisalat: Telcos must meet financial standards, says NCC
  • Aregbesola’s outburst against Deji is appalling, says Adeleke family
  • Emenike vows to resurrect career in Greece
  • EFCC arraigns two for duping Fidelity Bank of N7.3bn
  • Jos man impregnates housemaid, strangles pregnant wife
  • 20 stocks appreciate as market records marginal gain
  • Keyamo, Osinbajo’s brother, Adewopo, 27 others get SAN rank
  • Lagos traditional ruler abducted over leadership tussle
  • Paris Club probe: Governors threaten showdown with Magu
  • Nigeria’s future rests on 2014 confab report – Falae
  • Fashola attacks Goje, says your language unparliamentary
  • Ex-lawmaker convicted of N1.4bn fraud gets N4m bail
  • Enugu market closure: Northern traders demand N50bn compensation
  • Top 22 banking terms you should know
  • Police ban hunting, vigilante, others
  • Mistaken for Badoo cultist, I nearly lost my life —Ikorodu resident
  • Gunmen kidnap 14 passengers, demand N14m ransom




  • ‘A terrible war is raging between the cabal and Osinbajo’
  • Neither restructuring nor referendum’ll solve our problems — Obaseki
  • Breaking: Osinbajo’s brother Akinlolu, Festus Keyamo, 28 others become SANs
  • Reactions trail Osinbajo’s assertion on Magu
  • Abiola: We’re living at the mercy of God – Extended family members
  • My father was a problem solver – Abdul Abiola
  • MKO ABIOLA 19 years after: The murder of Hope
  • Our father’s businesses must not be left in ruins — Lekan Abiola
  • NFF expresses shock over Ikeme’s leukaemia diagnoses
  • Ikeme: Chukwu tasks Rohr to watch Nigerian League for goalkeepers
  • Europa League qualifying results
  • Iheanacho close to joining Leicester for £25m
  • S. Senators Warn Trump On Plans With Putin To Return Seized Russian Diplomatic Compounds
  • World Leaders To Speak With Trump On Climate Change, Trade, Others On Friday
  • Buhari’s Health And A Divided Nation
  • The Bully And The Bold In Nigeria(2)
  • Yoruba Egungun Mythology: When The Dead Bless The Living
  • Little Mistakes MEN Do That Reduces Their Performance
  • Maitama Sule: Curtain Calls For A Colossus
  • Access Bank Woos Customers With Kia Cerato
  • Design Prize For Futuristic Kia Telluride Concept
  • Mental Stability: FRSC Unleashes Cobra Squad
  • Nissan To Offer Standard Automatic Emergency Braking On 2018 Models
  • 301, Nigeria’s Car Of The Year Gets Facelift
  • Strong Aviation Industry Will Grow The Tourism Sector — NANTA President
  • Domestic Airlines Get 2 Months Grace Period From FIRS To Remit VAT



The Sun

  • Anger, frustration as Apapa community rejects APC chairmanship candidate
  • Music is my destiny –E-Jay Boy
  • Italy-based TOA to storm Nigeria with new singles
  • Why we offset medical bills, donated items to hospitals –MMM
  • Baale of Shangisha kidnapped in Lagos
  • Nigeria is sick –Akpabio
  • Igbo Diaspora group to petition ICC over AYCF quit notice
  • Why NASS rejected Fashola’s N20bn contingency fund –Namdas
  • 2014 confab: Delegates not true representatives –Bankole
  • APC plans to discredit Wike –Rivers govt
  • Cement manufacturers agree to crash price –Rabiu
  • NCDMB yet to disburse $100m Nigeria content fund
  • FG flags off Tax Thursday in Abuja
  • Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier: Ikeme’s leukaemia throws Eagles into confusion
  • NFF awaits Rohr’s programme on Cameroon tie
  • Reps want Koton-Karfe bridges repaired
  • Igbo Diaspora group to petition ICC over AYCF quit notice
  • B’Haram renewed attacks not unusual-Theatre Commander
  • Taraba crisis: Osinbajo summons Ishaku



The Guardian

  • Magu remains EFCC acting chairman, Osinbajo insists
  • ‘Nigeria’s crude oil production hit 2.025mbpd in June’
  • 97 Nigerians feared killed in Bakassi by Gendarmes
  • ALTON urges NCC, others to revisit suspended data floor price
  • AIB trains police officers in accident investigation
  • Venezuelan attorney general again defies leftist president
  • Mongolians vote in their first presidential runoff
  • Court dismisses Tompolo’s suit against FG, others
  • NAF helicopter crashes into water in Borno
  • Senate to reshuffle committees in emergency ‘clean-up’ operation
  • Group decries N17.4b budget for fuel, generators in MDAs
  • United target Lukaku trains with Pogba
  • WBO to review Pacquiao-Horn scoring
  • Focusing on money can ruin your career, Obi tells young players
  • Imperial Djokovic sizzles, Monfils hopes for better deal
  • ‘Eagles’ qualifiers keeping Rohr away from NPFL venues’
  • Lalong praises Plateau SUBEB for sports development efforts
  • National Assembly and national priority projects
  • Low cab meals, daily fruit smoothie raise chances of getting pregnant
  • Senate seeks transparency, fairness in Osun State legislative by-election
  • Ondo constituents move to recall Rep
  • Why I can’t play politics with people’s welfare, by Fayose
  • UNCTAD proffers measures to achieve Africa Union’s agenda on tourism
  • Intelligent data, research application will drive local content, says UNN’s VC
  • Arik reorganises operations for customer satisfaction
  • Anambra Airport City and Osita Chidoka’s tales
  • The Etisalat N541 billion debt debacle
  • Coldplay release song to support migrants
  • Week after exclusive, Jay-Z puts album on iTunes
  • Chimamanda Adichie wins major French literary award
  • Could smelling food lead to weight gain, high blood pressure, heart disease, type 2 diabetes?
  • Ejaculating reduces prostate cancer risk
  • Common disinfectant found in soap, toothpaste could be causing antibiotic resistance




  • The controversy over Budget 2017
  • Recession: Getting the shackles off our feet
  • Baby Girl Vanishes From Crib: But 20 Years Later, This Happened…
  • Tax Thursday kicks off with Abuja-wide road show
  • Experts call for special court to tackle tax problems
  • NSE market indices drop further amid Q2 earnings expectations
  • Guinness Nigeria undertakes N39.7 bn Rights Issue
  • France to ban all petrol, diesel vehicles
  • Trump warns Putin to stop distabilising Ukraine
  • Poland visit: Trump promises to fight Islamic terrorism •Says future of West’s survival is at risk
  • Israel’s innovation is applicable for development in Africa — Arthur Lenk, Israel’s Ambassador to South Africa
  • Mbaise people voted for me in 2015, but something happened —Gov Okorocha
  • Enugu gov woos Igbo industrialists for investment
  • Over 60 erosion sites discovered in Anambra
  • Constipation, dehydration can cause delirium —Expert
  • Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Aro, receives WHO’s boost
  • FG kicks off new treatment regime for resistant TB
  • Nigeria still hit by shortage of safe blood —Expert
  • NAMA tasks airspace managers on executive orders
  • Air Peace is a mini Nigeria —Chairman
  • Emirates unveils new first class product in November
  • Global shipping consultant predicts gloom for Lekki, Badagry deep seaports
  • No presidential directive asking us to leave seaports —SON
  • Egina FPSO will enhance safety regulatory capacity —NIMASA DG
  • When authors deliberated on food security
  • Satirising challenges confronting Nigeria
  • Understanding Nigeria’s third tier of government
  • France to ban all petrol, diesel vehicles
  • Trump warns Putin to stop distabilising Ukraine



PM News

  • Nnamdi Kanu Threatens To Kill Obasanjo And Household
  • Don’t Trivialise Issues Raised In 2017 Budget, Fashola Warns Goje
  • Two-Month Old Baby, Mother, 8 Others Perish In Ogun Ghastly Accident
  • Badoo Are Not Spirits, We Must Flush Them Out Of Lagos – Ambode
  • Osinbajo Dares Saraki, Says Nobody Can Remove Magu
  • Patience Jonathan Cries Out Over Harassment By Security Agencies
  • You Must Submit Yourself For Investigation, Court Orders Kashamu
  • 10 Egyptian Soldiers Killed In Northern Sinai Suicide Bombing
  • Ex Guantanamo Inmate Receives $8.1m Settlement From Canada
  • China Files Corruption Charges Against Ex Communist Boss
  • S. Senators Warn Trump Against Deal With Putin
  • Diaspora Law: ICT Expert Commends Federal Government
  • G20 Summit: 75 Police Officers Injured In Clashes With Protesters
  • South Africa: Mission, Nigerian Professionals To Assist Unemployed Youths
  • Ensure Quality Education In Private Varsities, Don Tells NUC
  • Pentagon To Provide Options Against North Korea
  • CVR: Report Erring INEC Officials – Secretary
  • N9bn Overdraft: Govt. Debunks Rumour On Interest Rate
  • Mambila Crisis: Peace Restored In Warring Communities – Gov
  • Pensioners Accuses Minister Of Undermining Law, Denies Allegation
  • Minister Seeks Support On Implementation Of ERGP
  • Earmarks N1.7bn For Erosion Control
  • AMAC Urges Residents To Support Land Reform
  • Sri Lanka Expresses Interest In Tea Production With Nigeria
  • Customs E-Auction: Next Bidding Batch To Commence On Monday
  • Conflict: Osibanjo Orders Security Reinforcement In Cross River
  • EFCC Boss Wants Prison In Sambisa Forest For Corrupt People


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