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Here are the major headlines for Friday, November 3, 2017

Tribune

  • Thanksgiving Day: Shun divisive tendencies, join me to build Bayelsa ―Dickson
  • Woman Police in trouble for child trafficking in Onitsha
  • Reps panel demand details of state House clinic budget
  • Oyo tertiary institutions declare indefinite strike
  • Kidnappers release Edo musician, Osayomore Joseph
  • Street sweepers in Benin stage protest over non-payment of 7 months salary
  • Biafra: Police arrest two suspects for printing IPOB leaflets in Anambra
  • Mark commiserate with Tinubu, Goje
  • Ambode presents certificates to 1,500 retrained artisans, traders
  • APDA commiserates with Tinubu over son’s demise
  • Division is not the solution to Nigeria’s problem ―Ohanaeze Ndigbo
  • Ambode appoints Folashade as new HOS
  • Afenifere tackles EFCC over invitation to Oke, wife, leaving Lawal out
  • NGO donates 2,583 dual desks to 41 primary schools in Benue
  • 2019: NLC cautions Buhari on sycophants
  • Group organises leadership seminar for secondary school prefects
  • Gunmen kill labour leader, 2 others in Kogi
  • Varsity confers doctorate on Makarfi over achievements
  • Lagos appoints scribes, supervisors for 57 local councils
  • Oyinlola commiserates with Tinubu
  • Niger DPR grants Operational License to 600 fuel stations
  • Xmas: British Airways rolls out cheap fares for Nigerians
  • Air Traffic Murtala Muhammed Airport
  • Air traffic engineers declare Nigeria’s airspace safe
  • Breaking: Nigeria’s airspace remains open ―FG
  • Investors now willing to partner Ondo govt Flight activities increase at Akure airport
  • How new debt strategy will propel development ―Adeosun
  • Our strategy will mitigate debt service risk ―FG
  • Hilton, Transcorp Hotels signs 20-year management extension agreement
  • NCCN, Tony Elumelu, Ford Foundation launch report on competitive index
  • Mozambique’s solar project wins Phanes Group’s first solar incubator
  • UK’s defence chief resigns over sex allegations, PM announces replacement
  • Trump demands death penalty for New York truck attack suspect
  • Graphic images! Imagine embarrassing photos shoppers posted online in mirror selfie
  • Agents want Customs to stop seizing non-contraband goods
  • FG wades into new shipping charges face-off, issues ministerial directive
  • Mass sack looms at MAN, Oron
  • AEO Nigeria Customs service logo
  • Arms importation: Customs to introduce AEO to streamline cargo clearance

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

The Nation

  • Rice farmers want FG to review conditions for ABP loans
  • CAF lists three Nigerians among nominees for African players awards
  • UBTH rejected my brother with monkeypox’
  • Youths now migrate out of Nigeria through sea says Abike Dabiri
  • Court: Diezani’s application for trial in Nigeria bizarre, misconceived
  • Air Force to deploy seized Rivers copter to North East
  • I don’t have presidential ambition in 2019 -Orji Kalu
  • Anxiety grips banks over Nov. 3 deadline for BVN
  • Ailing ex-VP Ekwueme stable, says family
  • Oyo-Ita angry ‘over leaked memo’
  • EFCC invites ex-NIA DG, wife, others
  • Magu: I have no asset abroad
  • Fed Govt to recover another $321m looted fund
  • NJC receives 1,124 corruption cases, says CJN
  • UBTH rejected my brother with monkeypox’
  • Youths now migrate out of Nigeria through sea says Abike Dabiri
  • Court: Diezani’s application for trial in Nigeria bizarre, misconceived
  • Worse NFP can potentially trigger a good buy signal on the Gold
  • Senator Adeyeye Boosts Falconet Camp with $1000
  • Lagos SWAN Elections Hold November 30,
  • IAAF plans world rankings criteria for championships, Olympics
  • FRSC urges Ogun to effect palliative measures on sango-ota roads
  • Police nab 12 for stealing EEDC’s property
  • 12:22 amSGF to staff: I’m simply ‘Boss’
  • Ebonyi: Umahi swears-in new Attorney General
  • Forex trading mastery class set to hold in OAU Ile-Ife
  • Jonathan to African leaders: Prioritise education to quicken technological advancement
  • 500 Nigerians in Chinese prison – Abike-Dabiri
  • CAN denies endorsing Fayose for president
  • Kidnappers release monarch’s wife after collecting N2.5m
  • Businessman in court for alleged forgery

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Punch

  • PHOTOS: Staff of Emmanuel Alayande CoE protest non-payment of salaries
  • Buhari congratulates Iwuanyanwu at 75
  • Parents of OAU undergraduate speak on daughter’s controversial suicide
  • BREAKING: Staff of Emmanuel Alayande CoE protest 13-month unpaid salaries
  • Outgoing Twitter worker responsible for Trump account outage
  • UPDATED: I can’t remember if Metuh received N400m to provide security services – Dasuki
  • Marseille open probe after Evra sending-off
  • Nigerians in Chinese prisons seek transfer to Kirikiri, others
  • Actress Paz de la Huerta accuses Weinstein of rape
  • BREAKING: Kidnapping kingpin, Evans, prays for bail
  • Evans arrives Ikeja court for kidnapping trial
  • Metuh’s trial: Dasuki’s detention not basis to adjourn his testimony, court rules
  • Evra red-carded before game for karate kick on own fan
  • EFCC knows where Maina is, says ex-DSS director
  • Former Zamfara gov, Shinkafi, defects to APC
  • Illegal fuel dealers get 12 years jail term
  • Nasarawa Disco powers office with generators
  • Adeboye, wife rehabilitate 2000 drug addicts
  • NAFDAC arraigns Tasty Time MD over unregistered products
  • Kidnappers collect N2.5m, free monarch’s wife
  • Fire guts Abuja park, destroys N10m property
  • We didn’t endorse Fayose for president – CAN
  • Buhari’s govt has created seven million jobs – Ngige
  • No automatic ticket for anyone in 2019, says APC
  • APC alleges ENSIEC, PDP plot to rig Enugu council polls
  • Be neutral in Anambra election, UN tells INEC
  • APC can’t survive till 2019 –Group
  • Anambra politicians storm hospital for Ekwueme
  • Reps protest as Buhari seeks to present 2018 budget
  • NNPC takes crude oil search to Benue
  • Govt to restrict physical movement of dollars, others
  • FG to save N91bn annually from $3bn debt – Adeosun
  • Nigeria must prepare for world after oil – Osinbajo
  • Eight tips to reduce foreign travel expenses

(www.punchng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Flood Kills 4 In Central Vietnam
  • Evans, Suspected Kidnapper, Asks For Bail
  • Photos: President Buhari Hosts Ex-President Mahama Of Ghana To Dinner
  • Hope U.S. Can ‘Help, Not Cause Problems’ In South China Sea – China
  • Breaking: Justice Okon Abang Declines To Give Dasuki Time To Refresh His Memory
  • N17 B Pension Fraud: Maina Still Hiding In Nigeria- Sources
  • LG Elections: CP Assures Enugu State Residents Of Adequate Security
  • NOA Urges Stakeholders In Hospitality Sector To Synergise For Sustainable Tourism
  • El-Rufa’i Warns IPMAN Members Against Unruly Behaviour
  • Wamakko Donates Office Building To NSCDC Command In Sokoto State
  • Ambode: A Quiet But Virtuoso Performance
  • Police Nab 12 For Allegedly Stealing EEDC’s Property
  • Ivanka Trump Condemns Harassment Of Women At Work
  • IPND Tasks New SGF On N’Delta Region Development
  • African Prosecuting Authority To Seek Longer Sentence For Pistorius
  • Ambode Appoints Five New Permanent Secretaries
  • UN Says 3m Jobless People Stateless
  • UEFA Europa League: Arsenal through, Everton out, Evra in karate kick red card
  • CAF’s 2017 African Player Award: Moses, Troos-Ekong, Ajayi make list
  • Messi pulls out of Nigeria match
  • FIFA World Cup trophy arrives Nigeria March 3
  • Amaechi, Wike political war aborted PANDEF meeting in PH — Evah
  • 2019: Why APC govs want automatic ticket for Buhari
  • Obiano has failed in his primary duty —Ojiba ACPN candidate
  • Breaking: Justice Okon Abang declines to give Dasuki time to refresh his memory
  • I’ve no hand in Oyegun’s travails — Oshiomhole
  • 24hrs after Benue grazing law takes effect, herdsmen kill one, injure many
  • Buhari, Dambazau meet over Maina
  • If President Buhari will lead the ship in 2019, it must be … — Okorocha
  • Suicide: When taking one’s life seems the best option
  • Why Intels’ licence is not renewed – OGFZA
  • Don’t fly Ekwueme abroad until his condition stabilizes, doctors advise family

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

ThisDay

  • No Automatic Ticket for Buhari, Says Okorocha
  • Adeosun: FG’s Revenue and Debt Strategy to Cut Debt Service Cost…
  • MTN Restates Commitment to List on NSE in Six Months
  • Orji Kalu: President Can Win 75% of Igbo Vote in 2019
  • Suswam Detained by EFCC over N23bn Linked to Alison-Madueke
  • Afenifere Demands Babachir’s Arrest
  • House Orders Adeosun, Emefiele to Halt Alleged Diversion of $35m GEM Funds
  • Osinbajo Projects Foreign Investment Inflows into Africa to Hit $1.4tn by 2020
  • Prioritise Education to Quicken Technological Advancement, Jonathan Advises African Leaders
  • Minister: State House Clinic Not Supervised by Health Ministry
  • Aviation Fuel Scarcity May Paralyse Flight Operations
  • Senate C’ttee to Probe Past Administrations over Concession of FCT Assets
  • Oil Companies to Invest $15bn in Gas, Seek Competitive Fiscal Regime
  • Gunmen Strike in Kogi, Kill Labour Leader, Two Others
  • Only PDP Govt Can Guarantee Justice in Nigeria, Says A’Ibom Governor
  • Jimoh Ibrahim Not Owner of Newswatch, Says Ray Ekpu
  • Honour our Summons, If You Have Nothing to Hide, Senate Tells IG
  • China Commends Nigeria’s Upgrade among Most Business Friendly Countries
  • Onu Challenges Scientists to Shift from Primordial Sentiments of R&D for Learning to Innovation
  • Police Arrest Onitsha Printers Working for IPOB Attempting to Scuttle Anambra Poll
  • SON Seals Warehouse in Lagos, Raids Substandard Products
  • Donald Duke: We’re Living in a Fool’s Paradise
  • Melaye: Ministry Spent $35m on Afam Power Project Without Appropriation
  • Old Students Target N200m School Upliftment
  • Senate Commiserates with Tinubu over Son’s Death
  • Suspected Herdsmen Kill One, Five Others Missing
  • Police, NSCDC Outlaw Female Genital Mutilation in Ekiti
  • FG Garners $22.4bn Investment in 31 Projects
  • Okafor: We have Re-strategised to Sustain our Growth
  • TSTV Commences Full Commercial Sales, Operations
  • Edo Musician, Osayomore Joseph Regains Freedom
  • Lluvia, PZ Cussons Partner LUTH on Child Mortality
  • Guterres: UN Will Continue to Support a United Nigeria
  • IPOB Chides Ohanaeze, S’East Govs over Buhari’s Rejection of Igbos as SGF

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Guardian

  • Mourinho appears in Madrid court over tax fraud allegations
  • Outgoing Twitter worker responsible for Trump account outage
  • APC governors split, Okorocha says no automatic ticket for Buhari
  • Senate to probe alleged $1.35b power sector fraud
  • US sends supersonic bombers over South Korea
  • South Korea’s ousted Park expelled from own party
  • Zambia president warns judges not to follow Kenya’s lead
  • Trump warns China Japan could take action on North Korea
  • Buhari to present 2018 budget next week Tuesday
  • Afenifere condemns EFCC’s invitation to Oke, leaving out Lawal
  • FG plans new oil, gas policies as oil production hits 2.1m bpd
  • Smalling doesn’t pass muster for Southgate’s England
  • Messi, Ighalo to miss Argentina, Nigeria clash
  • We’re building Nigerian athletics from scratch, says AFN boss
  • Zenith Delta Principals Cup has come to stay, says Lucky Ighade
  • Arsenal Beach Soccer team to play at COPA Lagos
  • Emefiele, Eguavoen count benefits in CBN Financial Institutions tourney
  • Abuja airport N61.2b terminal opens February 2018
  • Nigeria moves up 24 places on global ‘Doing Business’ rankings
  • Nigeria saves $2bn from local cement production, says BUA Group
  • ECOWAS and challenges of single currency
  • Nigeria and frequently asked national questions
  • Fulani herdsmen? Here are the grim statistics
  • Obi blames Umeh for Obiano’s emergence as 2013 APGA governorship candidate
  • Buhari running ‘chop – I – chop’ government, says Ayodele Fayose
  • Two years after, council election excites Enugu politics
  • The Official Trailer For “The Wedding Party 2” Shows Much More Drama
  • Black Cherry Bourbon Cola Cocktail Recipe
  • Yemi Alade Releases Two Singles “Heart Robber” And “Single And Searching”
  • Telcos move to secure USSD transaction channel
  • CWG Sets innovation agenda @ 25th anniversary
  • ESET takes IT security to universities, offers millions free subscription
  • Wife kills 15 in-laws in botched bid to murder husband
  • In tense times, Maroon 5 doesn’t want protest songs
  • Anwar-ul-Islam tasks members on compliance with society’s standards

(www.guardian.ng)

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