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Here are the major headlines for Friday, November 24, 2017

Tribune

  • BREAKING: Atiku resigns from APC
  • Tourists besiege Dominican Republic as TB Joshua holds 2-day crusade
  • TETFund intervention: ASUU accuses VCs of underhand dealings
  • World AIDS Day: 12,700 residents for HIV test in Oyo —SACA
  • South-East must join mainstream party, says Ojukwu junior
  • PDP appeals ruling over Anambra Senate seat, insist on participation
  • Reps demand immediate release of fund for outsourced health institutions staff
  • Aregbesola urges NYSC members not to dissipate energy on frivolities
  • Benin monarch seeks Buhari’s intervention in Edo
  • NYSC: Project national interest, above primordial sentiments ―Dickson
  • Niger NLC uncovers 2,000 ghost workers
  • Engage in skills acquisitions, no more white-collar jobs ―Kazaure
  • 2019: Buhari will obey APC’s constitution in second term emergence ―Bamidele
  • 7bn Tax Default: Aregbesola orders total clampdown on FG’s MDAs in Osun
  • Edo trains 150 Libyan returnees
  • Boko Haram: Group calls for community policing, hails military on global ranking
  • FG committed to reducing NOMA disease —Minister
  • ‘Road accidents, still the commonest cause of emergency in Nigeria’
  • Hurdles before effective health insurance — AGPMPN
  • NCDC launches five-year plan on disease control
  • The real rich kids of Zimbabwe: incredible extravagant lives of Mugabe’s children
  • Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe granted immunity, military says
  • World’s first naked restaurant is set to return permanently
  • Aftermath of Mugabe: World leaders, Zimbabweans express mixed feelings
  • When Lagos stood still for MewSicUnleashed Concert
  • Being a Dj has changed my life —DJ Gavpop
  • Tclassic brings Isabella to town
  • G-Worldwide keeps mum over Kiss Daniel’s exit
  • ‘Restructuring won’t take Nigeria to Promised Land if…’
  • Hajj 2018: States urged to stick to agreed mode of payment
  • Murshid now to oversee National Mosque

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

The Nation

  • South African court to decide on harsher sentence for Oscar Pistorius
  • Corps members urged to embrace entrepreneurial skills
  • N-Power begins physical verification of 300,000 volunteers on Dec. 4
  • FG approves N800m as budget support loan facility for states
  • Seventy-nine former teachers to be detained in post-coup probe
  • FG begins training of 182 officers, enumerators in Delta
  • AEDC denies issuing “Force Majeure” on direct purchase of electricity
  • I did not disregard you, LBIC MD tells Lagos Assembly
  • Stop molesting our staff, corporation appeals to Lagos residents
  • APC: Party that doesn’t consider youths is dying already – Atiku
  • Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa says Mugabe, family safe
  • Breaking: Atiku resigns from APC
  • Diabetes kills only careless people – Obasanjo
  • Wike Wrestling tourney: I won’t disappoint Nigerian Army, says Tochukwu
  • FG uncovers 500 tax fraudsters
  • Maina: EFCC denies sharing 222 recovered pension properties
  • Youth group to submit open grazing prohibition bill to Plateau Assembly
  • Centenary project: Anyim, wife to account for N13.1b
  • Malami: 222 assets recovered by Maina shared among govt officials, others
  • Fed Govt to reintroduce toll gates in 38 points, says Fashola
  • Ex-PDP National Chairman’s wife joins APC
  • ‘Buhari deserves automatic ticket’
  • Anambra poll: Group rates security, INEC high
  • When your partner stalks you
  • 7 tips for coping with a paranoid partner
  • Pregnant at 19, Married at 20, Separated at 23

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Punch

  • Oscar Pistorius: From global icon to broke, broken Olympian
  • Mnangagwa: the ruthless Crocodile now ruling Zimbabwe
  • Zimbabwean army hands over finance minister to police
  • BREAKING: Mnangagwa sworn in as Zimbabwe’s new president
  • Turkey to detain 79 former teachers in post-coup probe
  • Shoprite offers 50% discount on Black Friday sales
  • Buhari and the second term controversy
  • South African court doubles Pistorius sentence
  • Mnangagwa to be sworn in as Zimbabwe president
  • Drink-driving policeman kills graduate in Lagos
  • Roberto Carlos set for Nigeria
  • BREAKING: Atiku leaves APC
  • Maina still receiving salary, lawyer tells Reps
  • Ode to Mugabe, the disgraced husband of Grace
  • Refineries won’t work despite govt’s spending – Marketers
  • Drink-driving policeman kills graduate in Lagos
  • Police arrest man for allegedly defiling 10-year-old daughter
  • Guard collects N3,000, aids assailant to attack family
  • Five nabbed for attacking minister’s house, snatching vehicle
  • Niger police nab robber, recover 80 cows, 23 sheep
  • Four injured as customs seize eight tokunbo vehicles
  • Fraudster nabbed for defrauding victim of N.4m
  • Woman, 86, short-changed by bank cashier, returns with gun for her balance
  • Shoprite offers 50% discount on Black Friday sales
  • Refineries won’t work despite govt’s spending – Marketers
  • N-Power: FG’ll employ additional 300,000 graduates, says Osinbajo
  • Five steps to refinancing your personal loan
  • 28 stocks boost equities’ appreciation by N28bn
  • Aviation sector’ll benefit from AfDB’s $2bn facility – FG
  • Mugabe amassed $1bn – including a rare Rolls-Royce worth more than Zimbabwe’s economy
  • My breasts are draining my health, 23-year-old lady with 34K bra size laments
  • Bianca floors Ojukwu’s son
  • Activist, Prof. Ishaq Akintola, shuns daughter’s wedding reception, says it’s wasteful…
  • Teacher offers pupils good grades for sex, faces 40-year jail term
  • Mugabe amassed $1bn – including a rare Rolls-Royce worth more than Zimbabwe’s economy

(www.punchng.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Senate Probes Alleged Sale of Recovered Pension Assets, EFCC Says No…
  • FG Approves N28.8bn Budget Support Loan Facility for States
  • Dangote Cement Inaugurates Congo Plant, Stirs Industrial Revolution in Africa
  • Senate Rejects INEC REC Nominee for Zamfara, Confirms Lagos, Kebbi
  • Pope Francis: I Pray for the Peace of Nigeria
  • FG Identifies 500 Tax Dodgers with Homes Abroad
  • Buhari Appoints 30-Member National Minimum Wage C’ttee
  • Benin Monarch Visits Buhari, Demands Infrastructure Devt
  • States Boycott FAAC Meeting, Query Revenue Figures
  • House to Probe 9mobile’s Indebtedness to Banks
  • INEC Fixes January 13 for Anambra Central Senatorial Re-run Election
  • VAT Rises by 1.73% to N250.6bn in Third Quarter
  • Cross River, China Harbour Sign Construction Agreement for Work at Bakassi Deep Seaport
  • FG to Reintroduce Toll Gates
  • APC Lawmaker Brutalised over Distribution of Relief Materials
  • ICAO Calls for Long-term Investment in Airport Infrastructure in Africa
  • El-Rufai: No Amount of Propaganda, Blackmail will Derail Reforms in Education
  • US: Commercial Dialogue with Nigeria will Deepen Investment
  • New Telegraph Award Holds Saturday
  • Group Fingers Minister, Ex-gov in Plot to Destabilise NDDC
  • No Deal With Clark, PANDEF, Says Splinter N’Delta Negotiating Team
  • Benue NUJ Laudes Ortom on Anti-Open Grazing Bill
  • Kwara Gov Presents N181bn Budget for 2018
  • Police Parade Suspect with Seven Human Skulls in Kwara
  • Ijaw Youths: Extending NDDC Board’s Tenure Will Stoke Crisis in N’Delta
  • Party Chieftain: PDP Will Reclaim Power in Katsina
  • Buhari Receives ECOWAS Chairman, Advocates Constitutional Resolution of Liberian Political Crisis
  • Taraba Governor Eulogise Ekwueme
  • Anthony Joshua Trains on World’s Highest Boxing Ring

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Vanguard

  • NBA Decries Prison Congestion
  • Aisha Buhari Offers Medical Services To 3,000 In Bauchi
  • Counter Insurgency: FG Equips NAF With Modern Platforms
  • Emir Of Dutse Holds Durbar For Lai Mohammed
  • Gov Ahmed Budgets N181bn For 2018
  • Zimbabwean Army Hands Over Finance Minister To Police
  • Benue’s Achieved Only 28% Of 2017 Budget — Commissioner
  • N-Power Begins Physical Verification Of 300,000 Volunteers On Dec. 4
  • Mnangagwa Told Mugabe He Will Be Safe In Zimbabwe – State Media
  • Rescue Team Battles To Save Man On Suicide Mission From Telecom Mast
  • Oil Spill Ravages Delta Community
  • Corruption: TETFund Begins Monthly Publication Of Approved Funds To Varsities, Others
  • Enugu Approves N1.5bn For Rehabilitation Of 14 Rural, Urban Roads
  • Counter Insurgency: FG Equips NAF With Modern Platforms
  • Lagos Govt, Jokotade Family, Fight Over 11 Hectares Of Land
  • Lagos Stands Still For CubanaLagos Grand Opening
  • Enriching Expertise Of Policy Analysts And Developers
  • Breaking: Atiku resigns from APC, alleges clampdown of democracy in party
  • Man caught with 7 human skulls says: If anybody exhumes my parents’ remains, I’d….
  • Buhari approves fresh budget support loan for states
  • I was never sacked, still in active service, says Maina as Malami, Eyo-Ita differ
  • Communication Ministry to spend N158.3m on travelling, fumigation
  • SGF heads Ekwueme burial committee
  • I was never sacked – Maina
  • Provide infrastructure, adequate security for us, Oba of Benin tells Buhari
  • R U S S I A 2 0 1 8: Eagles can cope with tough group opponents, says Echiejile
  • 11 teams to feature in S/West Pre-Season tournament
  • Golfers storm Enugu for Captain’s Inaugural
  • Europa League: Arsenal lose at Cologne, Balotelli propels Nice

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

The Sun

  • Senegalese president tasks AU on illegal migration
  • Atiku formally dumps APC, writes party about decision
  • Can of worms over Maina
  • Ahmadu Ali’s wife joins APC
  • Presidency: Makarfi’ll contest in 2019 –Jalo
  • Wike tasks clerics on enthronement of rule of law
  • Help tackle insecurity in Edo, Oba of Benin urges FG
  • Anambra: Oko shuts down for Ekwueme
  • Diezani: FG must request extradition –UK
  • South South, South East roads worst in country –FG
  • Diezani: FG must request extradition –UK
  • Emir of Dutse calls for development of tourism infrastructure
  • Ogun’ll construct more roads in 2018 –Amosun
  • Evans: Absence of lawyer stalls arraignment on fresh charges
  • Katsina woman kills month-old step-son
  • Oyo Assembly, commissioner tango over alleged insubordination
  • Buhari becomes Gulf of Guinea’s new chairman
  • Trump likely to be one-term president –JPMorgan boss
  • Zik’s wife urges Igbo women to go into politics
  • Enugu LG poll: The undercurrents and matters arising
  • Potential in real estate market untapped –Adefarasin
  • How govt officials frustrate mass housing for the poor
  • C’River, China Harbour sign agreement on Bakassi Deep Seaport
  • Forex hike may affect Enyimba Stadium completion
  • Roberto Carlos for Real Madrid Foundation Clinic website launch
  • NFF not bothered by latest FIFA ranking –Olajire

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Guardian

  • Why I dumped APC – Atiku
  • Senate queries EFCC over ‘sharing’ of recovered assets
  • NFF’s technical committee set to deliberate on Rohr’s programme
  • Boko Haram: Lagos Assembly calls for intensified to end attack
  • Stoke City leads chase for £190k-a-week Ighalo
  • Stop searching for players to play in World Cup, Adelabu tells Rohr
  • Struggling Dortmund looks for revival against Schalke
  • Forex hike may affect Enyimba Stadium’s completion
  • All set for 4 Asoju Oba Molade Okoya-Thomas Cup
  • Team Muller to meet Offikwu/Civil Defence in NCC Tennis League final
  • FG allots N256.23m in November savings bond sales
  • Group decries Nigeria’s poor ranking on ICT development index
  • Osinbajo lauds improvement in ease of doing business
  • A man without bitterness: Tribute to Alex Ekwueme
  • Tribe and tongue in Nigeria: From detribalisation to retribalisation – Part 2
  • NFF’s technical committee set to deliberate on Rohr’s programme
  • FG brings back toll gates
  • ‘Africans investing in Africa, only way to salvage continent’
  • Boko Haram: Lagos Assembly calls for intensified to end attack
  • Mnangagwa sworn in as Zimbabwe’s new president
  • US, South Korea to stage massive air exercise in show of force
  • South African court doubles Pistorius sentence to more than 13 years
  • Shettima calls for proactive measures to check food insecurity in North-East
  • There Is A Pension Fund Syndicate Involving Politicians, Others – Malami
  • We are close to achieving self-sufficiency in rice production – Lai Mohammed
  • K. Cuts 2018 Economic Growth Forecast
  • Inside story of Zamfara killings
  • Stoke City leads chase for £190k-a-week Ighalo
  • Stop searching for players to play in World Cup, Adelabu tells Rohr
  • Struggling Dortmund looks for revival against Schalke
  • Forex hike may affect Enyimba Stadium’s completion
  • All set for 4 Asoju Oba Molade Okoya-Thomas Cup
  • Team Muller to meet Offikwu/Civil Defence in NCC Tennis League final
  • ‘How will the Almighty judge over 1. 7 billion people?’ – Part 1
  • FG allots N256.23m in November savings bond sales
  • Group decries Nigeria’s poor ranking on ICT development index
  • Osinbajo lauds improvement in ease of doing business
  • A man without bitterness: Tribute to Alex Ekwueme
  • Agro-industrial park and solving food deficits
  • Why APC, PDP lost Anambra governorship election
  • Buruji warns PDP against use of wrong delegates for national convention
  • I remain Southwest PDP Chairman, says Olafeso
  • Davido Drops Video For New Song “Like Dat”
  • Olu Maintain Is Back With New Video For “Ewo” Featuring Ice Prince
  • Yung6ix Drops New Song “Gbe Seyin” Featuring Niniola

(www.guardian.ng)

 

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