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Here are the major headlines for Friday, November 17, 2017

ThisDay

  • Tinubu: Buhari’s Govt Yet to Win Anti-Graft War
  • Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola
  • FG Comes up With Action Plan for Takeover of Distressed Discos
  • Nine Killed in Lagos Rail, Road Crashes, Scores Injured
  • Google Celebrates Chinua Achebe’s Legacy with Doodle
  • Jonathan, Fayose, Others Storm Onitsha, Rally Votes for Obaze
  • I Do Not Know Kanu’s Whereabouts, Says Buratai
  • Keyamo Petitions Lagos State over Plans to Demolish Property of Muiz Banire‘s Mum
  • Stakeholders Want Govt Action on Flawed Areas of Digital Switch Over Report
  • Anambra UPP Warns Against Rigging
  • Police Deny Withdrawing Security Aides from Obiano
  • APC Condemns Attack on Kachikwu, Others over Alleged Romance with Militants
  • Dogara Calls for Effective Networking, Collaboration in Tackling Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing
  • Patience Jonathan Asks Court to Set Aside Order Freezing Accounts
  • Court Stops Senate from Probing IG over Corruption Allegations
  • ‘Automotive Policy Will Boost Investors’ Confidence in the Economy ‘
  • IMF: Debt Service to Account for over 60% of Govt Revenue in Nigeria, Gabon,…
  • Four Arraigned over Ozubulu Church Killings
  • Senate Holds 2018 Budget Debate Next Week
  • Tension Heightens Between Binis and Ijaws over Gelelege Land
  • NSCIA Appoints Galadanchi Grand Instructor, Abuja National Mosque
  • Maina: Again, Senate C’ttee Meets Malami behind Closed Doors
  • ‘We Support Defence Chief Stance on Violent Agitation in Niger Delta’
  • ‘Why N’Assembly Approved $5.5bn Loan Request’
  • Minister, NCC Task Govt Officials Presence on Social Media
  • ENSIEC Conducts Re-run Council Poll as Okechukwu Escapes Attack Christopher Isiguzo in Enugu
  • Boko Haram Raids Adamawa Communities
  • Condemns El-Rufai’s Violation of Trade Union Rights
  • UNICEF: Children to Takeover Leadership at World Children’s Day
  • Tenure of NDDC MD Ended Nov 1, Insists N’Delta Group
  • Anambra Dep Gov Favours Rotational Zoning as LP Withdraws Support for Obiano
  • CSOs Unseal Peace Corps Office to Enforce Court Judgment
  • Group Blames Onu, Oyegun for Ebonyi APC crisis
  • Lagos Begins Demolition of State Housing Estates
  • Council Polls: A’Ibom APC Accused PDP of Colluding with AKISIEC
  • Fidelity Bank Rewards More Customers
  • SEC DG Tasks Market Operators to Adapt to Changing Business Environment
  • Deepening Ethical Compliance in Business
  • Massive Youth Unemployment, Threat to Nigeria’s Future, Moghalu Warns

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

The Nation

  • Court convicts 87-year-old woman of drug trafficking
  • Ex- Niger gov. Aliyu, docked for money laundering
  • No going back on Mugabe’s dismissal – ZANU-PF
  • Rivers CJ releases 55 persons from Port Harcourt prison
  • Anambra poll: Delta police restricts vehicular movement
  • Mugabe ‘resisting’ calls to resign
  • Nadal wins damages of 12,000 euros over doping slur
  • Reps panel threatens arrest warrant against Bello-O
  • How to lead Nigerians out of poverty, by Tinubu
  • 2018 budget: Govt votes N1b for State House Clinic
  • Mugabe to go on exile
  • Tinubu to Buhari: the good you have begun … do it more
  • Nine dead, many injured in accidents
  • Soldiers chased weapon-laden truck into Kanu’s home, says Buratai
  • IMF: debt service may consume 60% of govts’ revenues
  • Mugabe to go on exile
  • Soldiers chased weapon-laden truck into Kanu’s home, says Buratai
  • Alleged perversion of course of justice: Ricky Tarfa makes no-case submission
  • CSOs unseal Peace Corps house
  • Nigeria in Pot 4 for 2018 World Cup draw
  • LMC Releases 2017/18 NPFL Calendar, January 14 is kick-off date
  • Abia Warriors Unveil Football Academy

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

The Sun

  • Harvest of deaths in Lagos, Ogun rail, road crashes
  • Jonathan, Tinubu fight over corruption
  • Senate report indicts Obasanjo, Jonathan
  • Wike canvasses national unity at Zik lecture
  • For a peaceful, credible poll in Anambra
  • Zimbabwe calm as regional leaders hold talks with Mugabe, Military
  • Zik lecture: Nwodo, Opadokun insist restructuring’ll end agitations
  • Biafra: MASSOB alleges harassment, seizure of property by Army
  • Anambra guber : Jonathan, PDP govs shut down Onitsha for Obaze
  • Obiano has 221 police personnel –IGP
  • LTFC concessionaire decries moves by BPE to revoke complex
  • Why we approved Buhari’s $5.5bn loan request –Reps
  • Australian diplomat dies in New York building fall
  • Hong Kong customs seizes cocaine concealed in woman’s body
  • Enugu LG polls: Sullivan, APC, no political factors –Aneke
  • Nwoye’s mass appeal will give him victory –Abeze
  • Why Nigerian SMEs die early –Elumelu
  • Forget victory over Argentina, Adepoju tells Eagles
  • NBBF refutes claims over Civil Defenders withdrawal

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Tribune

  • PHOTO NEWS: The weirdest haircuts ever
  • Man builds his house with more than 30,000 corn-on-the-cobs
  • CSOs condemns police invasion of INEC office over bomb scare
  • FCT minister appoints mandates secretariats, political appointees
  • We’ve paid over N73bn to contractors handling FCT projects ―Minister
  • kogi state (map) on strike salaries
  • Fake certificates scandal rocks Kogi civil service
  • 7 suspects arrested in Osun for illegally exploring gold deposits
  • National convention: PDP extends nomination date
  • OAU post-graduate students protest alleged exploitation by management
  • Gov Bello presents 18 commissioner-nominees to State Assembly
  • Our agenda is to return PDP to power ―Kwara PDP
  • World Diabetes Day: Lions Club leads awareness campaign in Ondo
  • Amosun to present 2018 Appropriation bill Tuesday
  • LASG to herald Yuletide with street party
  • Reps want increase number of female combatant cadets
  • Prison decongestion: Kwara frees 16 inmates
  • LG Polls: Kwara assures residents of safety and security
  • Court sentences woman to jail for stealing recharge cards worth N4.2m
  • Reps probe non release of N1.1trn federal varsities intervention fund
  • We are involving N/Delta communities in project ownership ―FG
  • Anambra guber: PDP warns against inconclusive election
  • COE pensioners decry non-enlistment in pension scheme 2 years after retirement
  • PHOTO NEWS: The weirdest haircuts ever
  • Man builds his house with more than 30,000 corn-on-the-cobs
  • Resign in Zimbabwe’s interest, opposition leader tells Mugabe
  • Enugu community cry out over erosion
  • N300m worth of materials distributed to disaster victims in Ebonyi
  • People Biafra (IPOB), going by the revelation of a top Presidency official.
  • Nnamdi Kanu should softpedal, there will be election in Anambra — Igbo Forum

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

Punch

  • Qatar sets $200 as minimum wage
  • Ambode warns civil servants
  • 1Convention: PDP extends sale of forms to Nov 29
  • Police arrest Imo monarch for allegedly killing IMSU graduate
  • Turkey targets 42 University staff over failed coup
  • Airbus, Boeing interested in Nigeria’s national carrier – FG
  • Zimbabwe: U.S. wants Mugabe out, calls for ‘new era’
  • President, Osinbajo’s trips to gulp N1.3bn in 2018
  • As Buhari stormed the territory of our enemy
  • Chelsea relish trip to hapless West Brom
  • Church and tithe: True or trite talk?
  • How to stop spam emails from reaching your inbox
  • Maina: Reps to question Dambazau, AGF, HoS on live telecast
  • My Russian coach told me to ignore Nigeria – Brian Idowu
  • There’s no going back, ZANU-PF tells Mugabe
  • Police arrest Imo monarch for allegedly killing IMSU graduate
  • Ruthless Mafia boss, Toto Riina who ordered 150 ‘hits’ dies
  • Nine killed as train hits truck in Lagos, vehicles crash in Ogun
  • Police brutalise displaced Otodo Gbame protesters, arrest 158
  • Ondo poly students protest ASUP strike
  • Police parade suspected killers of late UNIBEN prof
  • Convention: PDP extends sale of forms to Nov 29
  • Anambra poll: INEC begins distribution of sensitive materials
  • Thugs attack VON DG during Enugu LG rerun election
  • Jonathan’s administration won gold in corruption – Tinubu
  • Buhari, a true progressive leader – Dogara
  • Niger governor nominates 18 commissioners
  • I recruited Dickson for PDP – Goodluck Jonathan
  • FG tightens security ahead Anambra election amidst IPOB boycott call
  • No pay, no vote for you, ex-councillors tell Obiano
  • Power transmission capacity increases by 600MW, says TCN
  • Gowon, Obasanjo, Dangote become honorary stockbrokers
  • We’ve paid 62 contractors N50bn this year – Osinbajo
  • The new way Nigerians pay for their airtime
  • What did this business owner do to get his customers respond this way?
  • Prostitute allegedly shoots man for performing sex act wrong
  • Scientists tell about the way to lose weight fast on live stream. Click
  • More Africans are coming to Nigeria for surgeries – UCH CMD
  • BREAKING: Mugabe meets regional envoys in Harare
  • Nine killed as train hits truck in Lagos, vehicles crash in Ogun
  • 93-year-old Mugabe resists military pressure to resign
  • Release my $5.8m, N3.35bn, Patience Jonathan urges court

(www.punch.com)

 

Guardian

  • ‘There’s no going back,’ ZANU-PF tells Mugabe
  • Nigerians are still suffering, Tinubu tells President Buhari
  • BoI issues 30 days ultimatum for pending loan applications
  • Dogara seeks regional synergy against money laundering, terrorism financing
  • Missing journalist found dead in Anambra
  • Mugabe makes defiant appearance after army takeover
  • Six missing after deadly Greek floods
  • Philippine troops abused rights in Marawi battle
  • Kenyan police fire in air to disperse opposition demonstrators
  • Ousted VP returns to Zimbabwe as Mugabe clings on
  • Klopp’s Liverpool afflicted as Southampton loom
  • Aguero fit for Man City after health scare
  • United may unleash Pogba and Ibrahimovic
  • Ali ‘Fight Doctor’ Pacheco dead at age 89
  • Sponsors unveil first Lagos team, Gidi Sharks
  • Imeh, Otu key to NCC Tennis League Enugu zone’s semifinal outcome
  • Prices of petroleum products increase by 24.20, 9.28 per cent in October
  • Dangote speaks about investing in Edo State
  • Smile Communications, Mediatek to launch latest voice over LTE smartphones in Africa
  • MCDonald’s vs Mai Shayis: In defence of Ganduje’s entrepreneurial scheme
  • Robert Mugabe and tale of the tortoise
  • Dee Bob Ogbuagu: A legend steps aside
  • Okeke calls for credible poll, support for APGA’s Willie Obiano
  • CNPP says no to rigging, commends INEC’s preparation
  • UPP’s Chidoka insists electorate alone must decide
  • Olamide Drops New Album “Lagos Nawa”
  • ‘Despacito’ Sweeps Latin Grammys
  • A-List Stars Present As Serena Williams Weds Alexis Ohanian
  • Kwese TV, TV One sign exclusive broadcast deal
  • NIPOST @ retreat, rejigs to remain afloat
  • Vodacom business Nigeria wins industry awards
  • At 60, UCH establishes care centre for the elderly
  • Olumide-Ojo’s Pressure Cooker motivates women for ambition

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Vanguard

  • Navy Establishes Maritime Safety Information Portal For Mariners Safety On Nation’s Water, GOG
  • Lagosians Feel Impact Of The Ambode Administration — Olulade
  • Financial Inclusion And Shared Prosperity
  • S. Vows ‘Concrete Steps’ Against Cambodia After Opposition Dissolved
  • Zimbabwe Army Confirms Detentions Of “Criminals” In Mugabe’s Govt
  • One-Legged Football ‘King’ Melts Chinese Hearts
  • Anambra Poll: Delta Police Command Restricts Vehicular Movement,12 Mid-Night
  • BVN: GIABA Backs Freezing Of Accounts Over Terrorism Financing
  • Fate Of Mugabe Hangs In The Balance Amid Coup Confusion
  • S. Wants ‘New Era’ In Zimbabwe – Official
  • Fire Sweeps Through Cameroon Parliament
  • ‘There’s No Going Back,’ ZANU-PF Tells Mugabe
  • Five Issues In The Premier League This Weekend
  • Prices Of Kerosene, Diesel Increase In October–NBS
  • Aguero Fit For Man City After Health Scare
  • Why Intels’ Sister Firms Lost Work Visas – FG
  • Buhari Vows To Press On With Anti-Graft War
  • One-legged football ‘king’ melts Chinese hearts
  • Five issues in the Premier League this weekend
  • Aguero fit for Man City after health scare
  • 2018 World Cup Draw: England want to avoid Nigeria
  • Why Intels’ sister firms lost work visas – FG
  • Buhari vows to press on with anti-graft war
  • Memorial lecture: Igbo rejected Zik as president — Unongo
  • Patience Jonathan asks court to unfreeze her 16 bank accounts
  • Zimbabwe: World’s oldest head of state, Mugabe says he won’t quit
  • Watch your debt, IMF warns FG
  • Facts have deserted Bola Tinubu faster than Usain Bolt – Jonathan
  • Jonathan’s govt won gold in corruption -Tinubu
  • How Imo monarchs waited for Liberian President
  • World Bank embarks on rural development in Abia, to invest $25 million on rural roads
  • Sasa Hausa market: Sitting on a keg of gunpowder
  • CONFERMENT OF TITLES: I’m unstoppable, Olubadan boasts
  • Prices of kerosene, diesel increase in October–NBS
  • Investment Tribunal moves to settle capital market disputes worth N370bn
  • SEC warns operators, as infractions drop by 87%
  • Keystone Bank reassures customers of its promises in new brand campaign

(www.vanguardngr.com)

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