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Here are the major headlines for Friday, October 27, 2017

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The Nation

  • Evans arraigned for fresh murder charge
  • Army killed three Boko Haram insurgents in Borno
  • Malaysia 2018 palm oil output to rise by 2.5%
  • Nigeria’s inflation rate to fall to single digit in mid 2018 – Emefiele
  • Amosun, Dalung, Mohammed to cheer Joshua fight
  • Dalung Re-opens National Stadium Swimming Pool today
  • Kwara Utd players refuse to resume training
  • Quadri, Assar are good African ambassadors globally – ATTF
  • Serbia Courts Super Eagles For Friendly
  • Ogun homeowner charter: 38,000 applicants seek assessment
  • ALGON, 16 foreign investors to assist farmers with 43,590 equipment
  • Nigeria accounts for 20% of Africa’s births – UNICEF
  • ICJ: Nigeria pledges commitment, accepts rulings
  • Four nabbed for allegedly cultivating Indian hemp
  • Abia generates N1.4bn from Made-in-Nigeria products
  • Dalung Re-opens National Stadium Swimming Pool today
  • Kwara Utd players refuse to resume training
  • Quadri, Assar are good African ambassadors globally – ATTF
  • Serbia Courts Super Eagles For Friendly
  • Okagbare to be inducted into University of Texas Hall Of Fame today
  • Niger Tornadoes receive N10m gift
  • Technical varsity to run disruptive model
  • Nasarawa sacks polytechnic rector, others
  • Good at law, gifted as cook
  • 1,393 work-ready students to make Lagos proud
  • YABATECH alumni seek review of education policy
  • Metuh: my request to summon Jonathan not to humiliate him
  • Nigeria recovers $85m Malabu loot from UK
  • Research: Adherence to prescription can alter hypertension
  • Lagos trains workers on new strategies to curb terminal diseases
  • ‘Overhaul NHIS now’
  • ‘Obiano does not deserve second term’
  • Group endorses Paseda for governor

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

ThisDay

  • FEC Endorses 2018 Appropriation Bill, Silent on Details
  • Ortom Raises the Alarm over Planned Attacks by Miyetti Allah
  • FG Approves $1.1bn PPA for Qua Iboe Power Project
  • LASG: 24% Women Have Sexual Intercourse Before 18
  • Maina Saga: PDP Slams Presidency for Blaming Jonathan
  • FG Bonds Record 97% Oversubscription, Says DMO
  • Buhari Apologises to Lawmakers over Row at Aso Rock Gate
  • CJN Shops for Salami’s Replacement as Head of Corruption Trial Committee
  • Shekarau Writes PDP, Declares Intention to Contest for Presidency
  • Suspected Case of Monkey Pox Detected in Kano
  • Nwodo: Nigeria is Heading Towards a Failed State
  • Aisha Buhari Denies Receiving Two SUVs from IG
  • Ikpeazu: Kanu Not in Custody of Abia Govt
  • Military to Deploy Seven Ships, 37 Gunboats for Operation ‘Octopus Grip’ in N’Delta
  • House Asks FG to Declare State of Emergency on Bad Roads
  • LG Autonomy a Mirage Without Attitudinal Change, Says Sultan
  • Boko Haram Terrorists Relocating to Adamawa
  • House Mandates NIMC to Harmonise Biometric Data
  • Banning of Open Grazing, an Invitation to Anarchy, Fulani Group Warns
  • Police Seal Venue of PANDEF Meeting in Rivers
  • Simba Introduces Farmtrac Tractors
  • Coronation Merchant Bank Appoints Executive Director
  • Q3:Access Bank Records N365bn Earnings, N56.4bn Profit After Tax
  • Custom Agents: Shipping Firms Violating FG’s Ease of Doing Business Directive
  • Fraudsters Rip Off Travellers through Fake Airline Websites

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Punch

  • High interest rates killing manufacturing —Afe Babalola
  • Fraudsters producing paints at building sites, says MAN
  • Minister links diabetes to increasing cases of kidney failure
  • BREAKING: Evans arrives court in handcuffs
  • Customs intercept 850 cartons of drugs
  • Fertility clinic provides succour for childless couples
  • When hope is held hostage
  • FG to introduce solar-powered tricycles this year
  • I released cars for Aisha Buhari’s security, IG replies Misau
  • INTERPOL, court issue fresh warrants for Maina’s arrest
  • NAFDAC destroys N11.5m expired drugs in Niger
  • Judiciary abandoned me, I don’t want anti-corruption panel job –Justice Salami
  • Anambra poll: PDP faction adopts Obiano
  • Cultism: A’Ibom CP relocates anti-kidnapping squad
  • Argentina friendly excites Ighalo
  • Cultism: A’Ibom CP relocates anti-kidnapping squad
  • Rivers, Bayelsa commands trade blame as policemen steal bags of garri
  • Pregnant housewife tortures girl for eating children’s food
  • 18-year-old arrested for killing, burying man in shallow grave
  • Cops arrest UNICAL students for army recruitment fraud
  • Robbers attack bank in Ondo, kill two policemen
  • Herdsmen attacks: ‘75 killed, 13,726 displaced in Plateau’
  • EFCC returns N11.9m stolen by RCCG deacon
  • Anambra poll: PDP faction adopts Obiano
  • Dambazau absent as Buhari presides over FEC meeting
  • Ebonyi, BOI float N2bn loans for civil servants
  • Sanusi calls for debate on restructuring
  • How traditional courts survive on citizens’ trust
  • ENSIEC makes a U-turn, recalls disqualified APC candidates
  • Fayose escapes mysterious car fire accident
  • Umahi orders probe into alleged Ebonyi pension scam
  • High interest rates killing manufacturing —Afe Babalola
  • Fraudsters producing paints at building sites, says MAN
  • Customs intercept 850 cartons of drugs
  • FG to introduce solar-powered tricycles this year
  • Don’t expect commodity shake-up next year, W’Bank tells Nigeria
  • FG, Dangote, others sign $1.1bn pact for 540MW plant
  • Get Rid Of Fat On Your Belly And Hips! Read Here!
  • Cultism: A’Ibom CP relocates anti-kidnapping squad
  • Rivers, Bayelsa commands trade blame as policemen steal bags of garri
  • Pregnant housewife tortures girl for eating children’s food
  • 18-year-old arrested for killing, burying man in shallow grave
  • Cops arrest UNICAL students for army recruitment fraud
  • Robbers attack bank in Ondo, kill two policemen
  • Herdsmen attacks: ‘75 killed, 13,726 displaced in Plateau’
  • EFCC returns N11.9m stolen by RCCG deacon
  • Armed robbers attack bank in Ondo, kill two policemen
  • Anambra poll: PDP faction adopts Obiano

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • Colleagues plead with Ayade to fulfill pledge to Bekom’s family
  • Amosun, Dalung, Muhammed lead top Nigerians to Joshua’s ring side
  • The rise and rise of Aruna Quadri
  • Carabao Cup takes Iheanacho back to Manchester City
  • Yusuf sure Eagles can beat Argentina
  • Okocha, Findi George, Ikpeba, others listed for North West Unity tourney
  • Nigeria at the 2018 World Cup
  • Measles: Nigeria tops list of countries with 3.3m unimmunised children
  • Nigeria’s inflation rate to fall to single digit in mid-2018, says Emefiele
  • FBN Holding posts N439.2 billion gross earnings in Q3
  • NAMA tasks air traffic controllers on airspace safety
  • The presidency and its failings
  • General Gowon at 85: Reading the general’s mind
  • Malu and his verdict on Diya, others
  • In Cross River, embers of PDP national crisis still glow
  • Bayelsa politician urges youths’ participation in government
  • I don’t need an office before governing my people, says Fayose
  • NIPOST targets 2020 to move to multiple product organization
  • UBA introduces video live chat with co-browsing technology
  • Operators could tap $26billion from digital services
  • Guardian Life Events This Weekend
  • Nse Ikpe-Etim And Eric Roberts Star In “Lone Star Deception”. Watch The Trailer
  • 5 Healthiest Cocktail Ingredients
  • Wife of The Guardian’s advert executive, Faboyo laid to rest
  • Kenneth Branagh cements status as Hollywood star
  • Police abort meeting of Niger Delta leaders
  • 26 firms signify interest in revamping Nigeria’s refineries
  • FG signs pact to build $1b power plant in Akwa Ibom
  • Buhari apologises as security operatives deny lawmakers access to Aso Rock
  • Experts hinge nigeria’s survival on digital skills

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Vanguard

  • Lagos Filling Station Sealed Over Stolen Fuel
  • How 18-Yr-Old, 4 Others Killed, Buried 24-Yr-Old Man
  • Oyo: Challenging The Status Quo
  • Ghana’s Downstream Sector Regulator Seeks Collaboration With Nigeria’s Techno Oil
  • Kidnapped UPU Leader, Omafuaire, Regains Freedom
  • CP Assures Families Displaced By Panti Barracks Fire Of Accommodation
  • Nigeria’s Inflation Rate To Fall To Single Digit In Mid-2018, Says Emefiele
  • Shettima, Dickson, Tinubu, Alele-Williams Sue For Quality Education
  • President Buhari Responsible For Maina’s Return – PDP
  • World Food Programme Appeals For $62m For Refugees In Uganda
  • Why I Was Named Aare Ona Kakanfo — Gani Adams
  • Why Victor Malu Survived Obasanjo’s Mass Retirement Of Military Officers – Associate
  • Ondo Guber Suit: Court Assures Of Accelerated Hearing
  • UK Agrees To Return $85m From Malabu Oil Deal
  • Security Denies NASS Leadership Access Into Aso Rock
  • North Korea To Release South Korean Fishing Boat
  • 2 Sailors Rescued After Being Lost At Sea For 5 Months
  • 21 Ibadan Obas: It’s not Ajimobi’s idea, High Chiefs asked for it – Oba Salaudeen
  • How tanker fire ruined us – Victims of Abia petrol explosion lament
  • Obi of Onitsha marks glamorous 16th Ofala festival
  • Vehicles enter four Bayelsa riverine communities for the first time
  • Nigeria’s inflation rate to fall to single digit in mid-2018, says Emefiele
  • NECA seeks speedy passage of Coalition on Competition bill
  • United States to supply power to Nigeria – US Energy Secretary
  • Access Bank grows Q3 earnings by 33 % to N365bn
  • Man Utd’s banks of three can silence Spurs
  • Takam: I can knock Joshua out
  • Nigerian, friend of Balotelli killed in UK
  • Russia 2018 World Cup: Official World Cup football leaked

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Tribune

  • $1.1bn Malabu oil fraud: Ex-AGF Adoke, Etete, others to be docked Feb 15, 2018
  • Graft cases monitoring appointment: We await Salami’s rejection letter —NJC
  • I never received cars from IGP —Aisha Buhari
  • FG concludes negotiation with Switzerland on return of $321m Abacha loot
  • Buhari apologises to Saraki, Dogara over access denial to villa
  • Real estate industry needs financing like others – Dr Okonkwo
  • NASS leadership denied entry to Aso Rock •Buhari apologises to Saraki, Dogara
  • PHOTOS: Buhari hosts NASS leadership to dinner in Aso Rock
  • Judge hands off Saraki/Sahara Reporters libel case
  • Group, lawmaker drums support for Ambode’s 2nd Term
  • Ambode’s appointment as SGF chairman well-deserved —Group
  • Fayose launches N.1bn World Bank community projects •Why he is loved by Ekiti people —Olojudo
  • We will continue to export yam ― Ogbe
  • Woman hides phone inside soup to beat prison officials in Ogun
  • Communities threaten showdown with Ondo state government
  • Akeredou tasks stakeholders on functional education system
  • You lack power to proscribe us, SSANU tells Bello
  • Jonathan’s court summon, a political persecution ―IYC
  • Ogun governorship 2019: Speaker rallies Egba traditional rulers for support
  • Why Anambra Is polio-free ― Gov Obiano
  • Oyo/Osun auto crash: 4 survivors moved to hospital in Ife, 1 to Osogbo Catholic hospital
  • JOHESU laments discrimination between health workers, doctors
  • Biafra: Igbo leader urges FG, IPOB to dialogue
  • FEC to approve N8.60trn 2018 budget estimates
  • Shares suspension: Oando secures court order to retract SEC directive
  • States won’t borrow again as FAAC shares N558.0bn for September
  • Nigeria, Indonesia agree to strengthen economic ties
  • Omawumi gifts luxury shoes to fan
  • 20 years after: Ambode honours Fela with statue
  • Kwam 1 thrills Island Club members
  • Marred by violent clashes, Kenya’s election re-run delayed in four counties
  • Kenya election: Voting begins in re-run amid tightened security
  • Under Trump plan, refugees from 11 countries face additional US barriers
  • Kenya political crisis deepens in run-up to election
  • When Berom revived their cultural heritage
  • Lugard’s legacy, Kogi’s untapped monument
  • How cholera crept into IDP’s camp in Borno
  • When Lokoja natives showcased culture through boat regatta

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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