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Here are the major headlines for Friday, October 13, 2017

The Sun

  • Nigeria economy: Buhari gave us mandate to target north -W/Bank
  • 2019 presidency: No automatic ticket for Buhari –Akande
  • World Bank warns Nigeria against dependence on oil
  • Drama, confusion trail NNPC contracts
  • Police’ll continue to raid IPOB leader’s family house –CP
  • Kaduna: How 5 students died in boat tragedy
  • Davido regains freedom as Tagbo’s family cries foul
  • Our efficient security has increased hospitality business by 70% – Obiano
  • FG denies monkeypox vaccination in South East
  • Genetically modified crops not harmful –ARCN
  • Chad withdraws troops from fight against Boko Haram in Niger
  • I spent two hours,10 minutes talking to Nnamdi Kanu at Kuje Prisons -Kalu
  • Happen now! Army flags off Exercise Crocodile Smile
  • Sudden disasters leaving 14 million homeless yearly, UN warns
  • Israel to withdraw from UNESCO following U.S., Netanyahu says
  • West African migrants dying in far greater numbers in the Sahara
  • Anambra guber : Army free healthcare: Residents don’t trust military –Chidoka
  • Senate: Fresh row over Ndume’s suspension
  • Osinbajo to address NESH Oil & Gas roundtable
  • Edo rolls out red carpet as NWFL Super 4 ends today
  • CAF bigwigs to grace Akwa, Tornadoes FA Cup final
  • Edo rolls out red carpet as NWFL Super 4 ends today

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Punch

  • Mob beats up man caught with human skull, body parts
  • Police arrest guard, cobbler for ‘abducting’ 15-year-old pupil
  • Tyson Fury promises three big fights in 2018
  • NIPOST to offer banking services
  • EFCC arrests four directors of National Theatre
  • We recovered IPOB’s plan, weapons in Kanu’s home – Abia CP
  • Dismissed soldier nabbed for robbery
  • Newcastle sign loan star Merino from Dortmund
  • Buhari asked us to focus on northern Nigeria — World Bank
  • English Premier League fixtures
  • Tagbo: Davido breaks silence, releases statement, CCTV footage
  • Kenya opposition supporters defy protest ban
  • Barca travel to Madrid amid Catalan crisis
  • I spent N3.5bn on sick children – Patience
  • N120bn bribery allegations: IG asks court to stop Saraki, Senate from investigating him
  • Mob beats up man caught with human skull, body parts
  • Police arrest guard, cobbler for ‘abducting’ 15-year-old pupil
  • Dismissed soldier nabbed for robbery
  • Landlord, children kill tenant two days to wedding
  • Lagos resident leads gang to rob, kill neighbour
  • Katsina doctors battle to save boy with burnt manhood
  • Nigeria will never break up, says Jerry Gana
  • Buhari hasn’t told us he’s seeking re-election –S’West APC
  • PDP must unite to win Osun 2018 gov poll —Makarfi
  • Itsekiri call for fiscal federalism, state autonomy
  • 137th IPU: Saraki leads NASS delegation to Russia
  • Liberians await delayed results for new president
  • Reps recommend upward review of minimum wage
  • Buhari seeks Senate’s approval for CBN nominees
  • Govs want NASS to harmonise positions on review of constitution
  • Buhari asked us to focus on northern Nigeria — World Bank
  • Interbank lending rate drops to 20% amid cash squeeze
  • NERC fines IBEDC N50m for inappropriate transactions
  • Ezekwesili calls for national dialogue on poverty
  • Pension fund assets rise by N862bn
  • Growing cyberattacks raise demand for insurance cover
  • Remembering Sankara, rebel who renamed a country
  • I bluntly refused when asked to head CCC worldwide –Rev. Oshoffa
  • Why they want to scuttle my presidential ambition –Fayose
  • What’s the best way to save for your children?
  • The most effective way to lose weight! Special offer for you!

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • Osinbajo disowns aide’s statement on NNPC crisis
  • Nigeria’s .ng domain name adoption hits 100,000
  • Reps to probe State House clinic’s budgets
  • Shittu puts ICT sector investment at $60bn
  • Man City could get Aguero boost for Stoke game
  • Trump throws future of Iran deal to Congress
  • Samsung Electronics CEO resigns, even as record profits expected
  • Ghana vows improved safety to stop gas fires, blasts
  • One year after King’s death, Thais prepare for final goodbye
  • George Weah and Boakai ahead in Liberia election partial results
  • Farmer to die by hanging for stealing N170, N5,000 phone
  • Russia 2018: It’s time for Nigeria to punch above her weight
  • Police officer, Adetunji wins Ikeja Golf Club’s ladies crown
  • Lakowe promises more tournaments for professionals, amateurs
  • England prays to avoid Super Eagles at World Cup
  • Nigerian lifters grab 13 gold medals in Uganda
  • MTN explains decision to partner Arsenal for football clinic
  • Fill critical vacancies, Mr. President!
  • Hyundai unveils 2018 Accent with new features
  • Buhari charges accountants on illegal financial transactions
  • Air France-KLM, Jumia partner for new customer-experience
  • Why government should not bail out airlines, by Akpareva
  • Buhari, the economy and new thinking
  • Dogara to brief governors on constitution amendment next week
  • APC southwest leaders canvass devolution of power
  • Makarfi, Ladoja seek support for PDP’s victory in future elections
  • Indigenous OEMs serve only 20% computer hardware market
  • UNN’s assembly complex eye 100,000 laptops yearly
  • Andela raises $40m to connect talent into global technology ecosystem
  • Jane Fonda knew of Weinstein claims, ‘I should’ve been braver’
  • Lagos set to honour Fela Anikulapo-Kuti
  • Marc Anthony, Jennifer Lopez to host telethon for hurricane victims
  • National Hospital disowns kidney patient, Oghenekevwe
  • Davido Releases Official Statement And Footage From Night Tagbo Died

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • FG to Review Power Sector Privatisation
  • NNPC: I Did Not Approve Contracts But Loans, Says Osinbajo
  • ECOWAS Court Awards N18m against FG for Labelling Actress, Njemanze, Two…
  • IG Asks Court to Stop Senate from Probing Him
  • Police Say Weapons Were Recovered from Nnamdi Kanu’s Home
  • Supreme Court to Decide Dasuki’s Bail Appeal Jan 25
  • Buhari Re-appoints Orji as NSIA Boss
  • House Urges Buhari to Begin Negotiations on New Minimum Wage
  • Farmer to Die by Hanging in Delta for Stealing N170, Nokia Phone
  • IPC Condemns Continuous Attack on Journalists By Security in Kogi House
  • Monkey Pox: Disease Control Agency Denies Vaccination Exercise
  • NNPC Invites Investors to Partake in Oil Search in Seven Inland Basins
  • Allegations of Marginalisation Has Created Fear and Suspicion, Says ACF
  • National C’ttee on Export Promotion Meets, Targets Cocoa, Sesame Seeds
  • NERC Fines Ibadan Disco N50m for Misuse of CBN Loan
  • NMMA Award Marks Silver Jubilee, Opens Entries
  • Senate Refers FG’s $5.5bn Loan Request to C’ttee
  • C’River SuperHighway: BudgIT Warns against Another Unnecessary Debt Burden
  • Three Suicide Bombers Die in Failed Borno Hospital Attack
  • El-Rufai Presents N217bn Budget Proposal for 2018
  • FG Brokers Food Security Partnership with Brazil
  • With Low Spend on Healthcare, W’Bank Pledges Accelerated Investment in Human Capital Devt
  • NIRSAL, Moroccan Firms Sign Agreement to Expand Agric Insurance
  • Man Gets Life Imprisonment for Raping Girl at Gunpoint in Akwa Ibom
  • Ganduje Explains Why His Govt Will Not Sack 25,000 Unqualified Teachers in Kano
  • FRSC Personalises Number Plates, Recover 75 Stolen Vehicles, Says Oyeyemi
  • Mrs Osinbajo to Speak at 2017 African Gems and Jewellery Exhibition
  • Saraki Leads N’Assembly Delegation to 137th IPU in Russia
  • VCs Urge FG to Increase Investment in Education
  • Insecurity: NBA Threatens to Withdraw Its Services to Kidnappers, Robbery Suspects

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • Scarcity of cards hits Oyo PDP one day after membership registration began
  • Senate refers $5.5bn loan request to committee
  • Buhari requests Senate’s confirmation of Ahmad as CBN dep gov
  • Stamp Duty collection probe: Reps summon Finance Minister, CBN gov, Post Master General
  • Lagos set to honour Fela Anikulapo- Kuti
  • Flooded parts of Burutu North Local Government Area of Delta State
  • Flood shuts down schools, businesses in Delta communities
  • Good governance product of executive/legislature collaboration ―Ambode
  • South West APC meeting: Akande explains absence of Tinubu, Adewole, Adeosun, Fashola
  • NDLEA arrests 14 Indian hemp grower in Ondo, destroys 5,000 hectares of cannabis plantation
  • IGP wants court to stop Senate’s investigation of allegations against him
  • NDDC Should Collaborate with States, not Compete ―Governor Ayade
  • World Bank disburses N12m to private medical practitioners in Ondo
  • Akande, South West govs, Osoba Alao Akala, others present at APC Ibadan meeting
  • Reps to probe state house clinic N11bn budget
  • Electricity: Azura-Edo IPP to increase generation by 459MWs
  • Jigawa gov laments N2.9b monthly standing order on N4b allocation
  • Gunmen kill two in attack on Kenya University students
  • May’s spokesman not aware of discussions on Trump working visit
  • Italy’s 5-Star protests as parliament votes on electoral law
  • Remnants of Hurricane Nate soak Mid-Atlantic, Northeast as South cleans up
  • Jigawa receives N229m FG unconditional cash transfers to 22,000 beneficiaries
  • More knocks for PSquare over break-up
  • Government’s policy harming broadcast industry —Mursty Adinoyi
  • I’m a show stopper —Bashy Kuti
  • Nigeria female rappers: Going, going…
  • Ethiopian Airlines graduates 262 aviation professionals
  • Attract inbound tourists to Nigeria, Amachree urges tour operators
  • ANJET confirms speakers for inaugural Tourism Summit
  • Masa: A friendly delicacy in Bauchi
  • SHERE HILLS: Amazing hills and rock formations
  • How textile industry collapsed in Northern Nigeria
  • Middle Belt will slug it out with far North in 2019 —Hon Kaze

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Allies Press Catalan Leader To Declare Full Independence, Ignore Madrid Deadlines
  • Pakistani-American Faces Extradition Hearing On NYC Attack Plot
  • N. Cultural Agency To Pick New Chief After U.S. Walkout
  • Ministry Of Labour, NPS Partner To Train Bauchi Prisons’ Inmates, Staff On Vocational Skills
  • 13 Elementary School Children In Japan Hospitalised After Acid Spill
  • Al-Makura Appoints Aboki As New HoS
  • UDP Chairman Advocates Adoption Of Pidgin English As National Language
  • NAPPS To Close Down Substandard Private Schools In Ebonyi
  • No More Deaths From “Overwork” While Building Olympic Arena – Japan
  • Step Down As Minister Of Petroleum Now, Group Tells Buhari
  • Film Corporation Partners Morocco On Content
  • Kenyan Police Use Teargas To Disperse Opposition Protesters In 3 Cities
  • Anambra’s Infrastructural Deficits
  • Chad Withdraws Troops From Fight Against Boko Haram In Niger
  • Religious Leaders’ Hypocrisy, Bane Of Our Society – GKS
  • NIPOST Will Soon Begin Banking Services – Official
  • AIG Zone 2 Declares War On Pirates
  • Rohr plans German Machine test for Super Eagles
  • 10 Schools for maiden Dolphin Swimming League
  • Nigeria drops on FIBA world ranking, remains Africa’s best
  • Edo rumbles as NWFL Super 4 ends today
  • Idemili is Obiano’s territory – LGA chair warns rivals
  • Don’t take us for granted — Northern Christians
  • Restructuring not in APC’s manifesto, say Southwest leaders
  • Ignore Obiano’s endorsement by Old Aguata politicians — Ezeemo
  • Court saves marriage threatened by wife battering
  • I don’t like sexually submissive women!

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

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