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Here are the major headlines for Friday, March 9, 2018

The Sun

  • We won’t reschedule exam dates, JAMB tell candidates
  • Trump and Kim Jong Un to meet in May for denuclearisation talks
  • New Ahiara Diocese administrator to hold first Mass Saturday
  • At 61, Osinbajo prays for greater, prosperous, peaceful Nigeria
  • Imo guber: APC stakeholders report Okorocha to Buhari, Oyegun
  • Ekiti guber: Fayose pledges to support winner of PDP primary
  • Security, trade, corruption top US, AU talks
  • Trump and Kim Jong Un to meet in May for denuclearisation talks
  • Porn actress: Trump lawyer obtains restraining order
  • Imo guber: APC stakeholders report Okorocha to Buhari, Oyegun
  • 2019: Abia APC sure of victory, tasks members on loyalty
  • Senate summons British firm over $3.3bn oil deal
  • We need $50bn to tackle infrastructure deficit –LASG
  • How poor govt reforms increase housing deficit
  • Encourage PPP to improve housing delivery –Okoronkwo urges FG
  • Eagles invitaion thrills Etebo
  • France 2018 World Cup Draws: Germany coach wary of Nigeria
  • Administering national teams – Okpomo
  • Erosion menace spreads panic in Anambra community
  • Okorocha, Archbishop Obinna and dilemma of opponents

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Government should go, bring back our daughters, Dapchi parents tell FG
  • Tension in Imo, as APC vows to stop Okorocha’s son-in-law
  • You’re embarrassment to public office, Labour tells el-Rufai
  • Glut looms as buyers reject Nigerian crude
  • Aisha Buhari to Boko Haram, rapists, kidnappers, “leave our daughters alone”
  • NASS to go against corrupt VCs, lecturers
  • My priority is to secure Nigeria, fight corruption – Buhari
  • Arik Air Explains Lagos-Accra Flight Incident
  • Ita-Giwa, Dame Amaechi, Eze-Anaba, Justice Phillips, Others For Vanguard’s Int’l Women’s Day Roundtable
  • Australian PM Asks States, Churches To Pay Child Sex Abuse Victims
  • Trump-Kim Summit Fans Japan Fears Of Being Sidelined On N. Korea
  • S. Tariffs ‘Wanton Attack’ On International Trade – China
  • Poorer Countries Will Be Casualties Of U.S. Tariff Move – UN
  • Buhari To Inaugurate N50bn Sugar Mill In Niger
  • Anambra Internal Memo: Stop Politicizing With It, APGA Chieftain Warns
  • MOYO 2019: I’ll Build On Awolowo’s Legacies If Elected — AD Gov Aspirant, Alao
  • State Of Emergency Will Stop Boko Haram In 6 Months – Clark
  • Egina Probe: Senate Summons BP Over $3.3bn Oil Deal
  • APC Must Be Voted Out – Lamido
  • S. Lauds AU On Africa’s Integration
  • Ajaokuta: Fayemi Decries Accusations By Reps
  • At 61, I’m Gradually Becoming Senior Citizen — Osinbajo
  • Government Should Go, Bring Back Our Daughters, Dapchi Parents Tell FG
  • I deserve a place in Russia-bound Eagles – Ejide
  • Sports ministry ready to pay back IAAF’s ‘missing’ grant
  • 2018 C/Wealth Games contingent snubbed at Villa
  • Lawal tips Eze, Gabriel to do well with Super Eagles
  • EKO CHALLENGE CUP: TORGAH maintains 2 shots lead after 36 holes

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Guardian

  • FG to set up ICT development bank to fund industry
  • Revisit state police, Jos monarch tells president
  • Aisha Buhari, UN scribe, others demand rescue of Dapchi girls
  • How IAAF $150,000 was spent by Nigerian officials
  • Chris Ngige defies President’s directive to inaugurate NSITF board, NLC kicks
  • Trump and Kim to hold historic meeting
  • We accord priority to agriculture transformation to end insurgency, says Shettima
  • Arik Air plane makes emergency landing in Ghana
  • Akwa Ibom state faces scarcity of oil palm seedlings
  • Buhari condoles with Ted Mukoro’s family
  • Criminal justice reform will aid speedy trial, says Delta CJ
  • Impressive Arsenal beats AC Milan 2-0 at San Siro
  • Joseph Parker offers Anthony Joshua rematch if he beats the world champion
  • Kaduna Golf club’s huge honour for Omoluwa
  • Lagos Polo championship heralds Arbico’s 60th anniversary celebrations
  • Bayern youth cup national finals hold in Abuja tomorrow
  • Augustine Planque House wins Chikki sponsored M.C.P.S inter-house sports
  • On the crisis in Southern Kaduna
  • Curve Communications launches FirstInfo distribution service for SMEs
  • Kenya private-sector activity strongest in nearly two years
  • Mugabe acolyte forms new Zimbabwe political party to challenge Mnangagwa
  • Essence of strategic management plan
  • Buhari’s last year of redemption
  • Why power must return to the north
  • Ajimobi appoints Bolaji Tunji as special adviser
  • Kaduna APC factions differ over candidates for council poll
  • PDP ex-chairman, Makarfi, cautions office holders against misuse of power
  • Listen: Tiwa Savage Features Omarion In “Get It Now” Remix
  • Watch David Oyelowo And Charlize Theron Teach Yoruba And Afrikaans Slangs
  • The Cranberries To Release Albums With Late Member, Dolores O’Riordan

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Punch

  • Philippine president, Duterte, needs psychiatric evaluation – UN rights chief
  • UK to build prison wing in Kirikiri to transfer Nigerian prisoners
  • Controversial Peace Corps bill: Matters arising
  • Suicide bomber attacks Kabul’s Shiite area, kills seven
  • CAC aims to register companies in two hours
  • How to monitor your teen’s bank account
  • Science, maths teaching in indigenous languages to begin soon –FG
  • MFM vow to beat Alger in Algeria
  • No decision yet on 2019, our concern is restructuring – Ohanaeze
  • PVC: Community accuses INEC officials of extortion
  • Several injured as cart pushers, Lagos sanitation officials clash
  • Alfa jailed six years for defrauding promotion-seeking supervisor of N4.2m
  • Arik Air plane makes emergency landing in Ghana
  • No more missile wake-up calls, Kim tells South Korea leader
  • PIGB: We won’t sack DPR, PPPRA workers, says Kachikwu
  • Several injured as cart pushers, Lagos sanitation officials clash
  • Alfa jailed six years for defrauding promotion-seeking supervisor of N4.2m
  • Manslaughter: You’ve case to answer, court tells Synagogue, engineers
  • Gunmen attack boat, shoot pregnant woman, youth
  • Wife seeks whereabouts of policeman missing for seven months
  • Vehicle kills mother, two kids in Bayelsa
  • Two feared dead in Osun cult fight
  • Immigration officers nabbed for attempted human trafficking
  • Two suspected kidnappers nabbed in Sokoto
  • No decision yet on 2019, our concern is restructuring – Ohanaeze
  • PVC: Community accuses INEC officials of extortion
  • Is the proposed death penalty for hate speech appropriate
  • Dear Atiku, no be by Black Panther o!
  • ICYMI: Learn from Ghanaian President, PDP tells Buhari
  • ICYMI: Senate probes alleged plot to sack Saraki, Ekweremadu, others
  • Senate summons Buratai, IG, demands two-week rescue plan for Chibok, Dapchi girls
  • Saraki’s trial: CCT adjourns indefinitely
  • Is it right for govt officials to wear Buhari’s campaign badges at public functions?

(www.punchng.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Again, US Secretary Tillerson Warns Nigeria, Other African Countries Against Chinese…
  • Abdullahi Adamu for Probe over Alleged Plot to Destabilise Senate, Oust…
  • Buhari Expresses FG’s Commitment to Ending Cycle of Violence in Plateau
  • FIRS Threatens to Sell Properties of Defaulting Tax Payers
  • Osinbajo at 61, Says I’m Gradually Attaining Class of Senior Citizens
  • Despite House Opposition, Fayemi Insists Ajaokuta Concession to Go Ahead
  • DHQ Tackles Senate, Ekweremadu over Comment on Military Take Over
  • Alpha Beta Denies Collecting Land Use Charge for Lagos
  • Passenger Raises the Alarm over Fire Incident on Accra Bound Arik Flight
  • Dogara: N’Assembly Won’t Write Buhari over Withdrawal of Assent on Bills
  • N’Assembly: Harmonised PIGB Will Be Ready for Buhari’s Assent March End
  • N23bn Allowance: Non-Academic Varisty Staff Prostest Being Cheated by FG Officials
  • FG to Launch ERGP Focus Labs
  • Ortom: Food Security is Threatened by Persistent Herdsmen Attack on Benue Communities
  • British Govt to Build Prison Wing in Kirikiri
  • I’ve Not Been Informed of Buhari’s Visit to Rivers, Says Wike
  • FCMB Founder, Subomi Balogun Wins Legal Tussle over Ijebu-Ode Ruling House
  • US University Appoints Ekweremadu Professor
  • SDP to Hold Non-Elective Convention in April
  • Bolaji Tunji Now Ajimobi’s Media Adviser
  • Senate Not Correct on Audit Report, Says EFCC

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • Fix nation’s refineries, oil industry stakeholders urge FG
  • Ekiti 2018: Fayose seeks Ekiti women’s support for continuity agenda
  • VAIDS supported by existing tax laws ―Adeosun
  • CBN to champion increased management roles for women
  • Zero hunger will break the circle of hunger in the north east ―Obasanjo
  • 2019: Gana unveils Falae led interim NCW of SDP in Abuja
  • Drama as Salvador receives decampees into Lagos PDP amid call for his sack
  • I have not been told President is coming to our state or why ―Wike
  • World Kidney day: 15 per cent of all Nigerians have some form of kidney disease
  • 2 feared dead as rival cult groups clashed over girlfriend in OSCOTECH
  • Court dissolves 18-yr-old marriage in Ogun over threat to life
  • Trader in court over alleged N5.7m theft
  • Man allegedly steals neighbour’s ATM cards, withdraws N2m
  • US President, Donald Trump agrees to meet North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un
  • Resettlement program suspended for African refugees in Niger
  • International Women’s Day: Spain’s women in first ‘feminist strike’
  • Oscar 2018: Police arrest man accused of stealing trophy
  • EnergyNet partners African Business Magazine to produce Africa Energy Yearbook
  • Penny stocks post price depreciation on NSE
  • Enugu International Trade Fair packaged to promote Nigeria’s economy — ECCIMA
  • Customs generate N146m in February
  • I have trained 16,000 managers —Professor Iornem
  • We’ll defend anti-open grazing law with our last blood —President, Mdzough U Tiv
  • As a Yoruba man I’m a title holder in Kaduna, says Prince Oye

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

  • The Nation
  • Secondus charges women to vie for political offices
  • Trump and North Korea leader to hold ‘milestone’ meeting
  • Synagogue has case to answer over guest house collapse, says court
  • Our pains, by 110 abducted Dapchi schoolgirls’ parents
  • Defence to Nigerians: ignore Ekweremadu’s coup comment
  • Video: Aisha Buhari to Boko Haram: Leave our daughters alone
  • ‘Reps okayed N2b for Ajaokuta’
  • Buhari: we’ll end cycle of violence
  • Four policemen, six soldiers killed in Rann attack
  • Buhari: Osinbajo, a dependable partner in journey to transform Nigeria
  • High office hasn’t changed Osinbajo, says Tinubu
  • Senate probes alleged plot to unseat Saraki
  • I’ll continue to impact lives, says Alakija
  • Police deploy men in Borno schools
  • Buhari: we’ll deliver on election promises
  • I’ll prove my worth if invited, says Ideye
  • Equal medals for women and men
  • Super Eagles will tame Lewandowski — Omeruo
  • 2018 Commonwealth Games: Bamidele’s exit won’t affect Team Nigeria, Adeleye assures
  • Ajagba takes on Woods in fourth pro-bout
  • 150 golfers for FOC West Invitational tourney
  • France 2018: Falconets draw Germany, China, Haiti
  • 16 universities seeking partnership with SASSAKAWA on Agriculture
  • Sokoto varsity students study in bush for exam
  • ICAN donates computers, textbooks to schools
  • Students present book on campus journalism
  • Igbogbo students meet at king’s palace
  • Fed Govt to establish science parks in varsities
  • Girl, 16, becomes One-Day VC at Ritman varsity

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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