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Here are the major headlines for Friday, September 29, 2017

The Sun

  • 2019: PDP rejects Fayose’s presidential bid
  • What else does Kalu want?
  • Catholic church rejects ransom bid to free priest
  • IGP inaugurates 500-unit police estate in Lagos
  • Jonathan: I’ll soon open up on 2015 polls
  • Restructuring: Northern states give conditions
  • …Follow due process –Abdusalami Nwabueze: Nigeria is federation only in name
  • Quit order latest: Kaduna govt obtains warrant to arrest masterminds
  • EFCC arraigns vessel, 6 crew over alleged diesel theft
  • Anambra guber: APC inaugurates campaign committee
  • How neglect of engineering professionals escalates building collapse
  • AD petitions INEC over omission of candidate’s name
  • 25 American universities attend education fair in Lagos
  • UN fund for sexual abuse victims grows to $1.5m
  • Turkey stops training Iraqi Kurds after independence vote
  • 2019 guber: Rivers APC stakeholders endorse Abe
  • FG challenges CORBON professionals on building code
  • Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier: Zambia jettisons Spain camp, arrives Uyo Wednesday
  • LMC Partners MEDICAID in Fight against Cancer
  • NBBF returns Islanders, Lagos Warriors to Premier League
  • Anambra airport: Chinese team arrives in October for site activities

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Punch

  • Rice smugglers attacked operatives with machetes – Customs boss
  • Homicide: Court denies bail to councillor, five others
  • ‘We’ll consult Nigerians before selling 40% stake in Discos’
  • BREAKING: Suicide bomber blows up self in Kabul
  • Family disagrees with police handling of surveyor’s killing
  • Contributory pension: Police make a U-turn on exit
  • 2,143 drivers undergo mental test for traffic offences
  • FAAC allocation increased by N169.9bn in August
  • England name Abraham for European qualifiers
  • Two workers injured as fire engulfs oil platform in Bayelsa
  • Jonathan promises to speak on 2015 poll defeat soon
  • Adeyeye alleges plot to burn his radio station
  • University education not a low hanging fruit
  • IPOB leader, Kanu, not in military custody –Army sources
  • Beyonce sings Spanish in hurricane relief remix
  • IPOB leader, Kanu, not in military custody –Army sources
  • Rice smugglers attacked operatives with machetes – Customs boss
  • Homicide: Court denies bail to councillor, five others
  • Family disagrees with police handling of surveyor’s killing
  • I’ve trained five graduates with proceeds from roasted yam business
  • Gunmen kidnap ACP, family members, demand N30m ransom
  • Nigerians fault new Awolowo statue, say it distorts sage
  • Nasarawa police smash notorious car theft syndicate
  • FCT police raise alarm over increasing vehicle theft
  • Toddler shoots playmates at daycare
  • APC most viable route to Igbo Presidency – Oyegun
  • Nwabueze urges return to 1960/63 constitutions
  • Kashamu, Nwodo tackle Ekiti governor’s presidential bid
  • Fayose declares for 2019 Presidency, vows to fight graft
  • Restructuring: Kano, Katsina, Jigawa opt for united Nigeria
  • 2019: GEJ gives PDP winning tips, vows to speak on his electoral defeat
  • Corruption scandal slashes president’s rating to 3%
  • PDP’s return in 2019 won’t be easy –Ex-ministers
  • ‘How corruption keeps Nigerians in darkness’
  • ‘We’ll consult Nigerians before selling 40% stake in Discos’
  • Contributory pension: Police make a U-turn on exit
  • FAAC allocation increased by N169.9bn in August
  • Appetite for foreign goods costing manufacturers $3bn annually – MAN
  • Capital market fraud: SEC arraigns BGL officials
  • Nigerian cows, worst milk producers globally – Ogbeh

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • S. slams military option in resolving Nigeria’s conflicts
  • Fayose: Why I want to be president
  • Zambia plans Ghana camp as Nyirenda continues mind games
  • Governors seek to take over, manage federal roads
  • Court remands teacher accused of strangling his own son
  • Death toll from Rohingya boat capsize likely to top 60
  • Gunmen kill traditional ruler in Plateau
  • Police arrest four alleged armed robbers in Enugu
  • Mumbai commuter stampede leaves at least 22 dead
  • Unicef warning over school closures in Northeast
  • Man City striker Sergio Aguero injured in car crash
  • Oboh, second best at Hurricane54 Hole Junior Golf Challenge
  • NBBF sure recent achievements will save it from FIBA sanction
  • Tiger Woods the greatest player I’ve ever seen, says McIlroy
  • Lagos brings back Netball for independence
  • I’m coming home to win Governor’s Cup Lagos Tennis, says Emmanuel
  • NOTAP blocks N192bn ICT capital flight – DG‎
  • ATCON seeks restructuring of Nigeria’s ICT sector
  • World’s most expensive commercial jet opens, costs N15.3m per hour
  • Nigeria at fifty seven
  • Army and human right obligations
  • The ecological fund and the cans of worms
  • INEC to release timetable for Etiki, Osun guber polls Thursday
  • Restructuring Nigeria: Decentralisation for national cohesion
  • Jonathan promises to speak on why, how PDP lost 2015 presidential election
  • Regular coffee intake halves death risk for patients with HIV, hepatitis C
  • How diabetes drug helps obese people lose 5.44kg over three months
  • Could decreases in temperature cause heart failure and death?
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus announces she has breast cancer
  • Art X Lagos returns with second edition, features 60 artists from 14 countries
  • AFAC 2017 outing renews hope in Nigeria’s crafts sector
  • Gunmen kidnap Catholic priest in Edo
  • Kim Kardashian West Confirms Baby Number Three
  • Season of migration here again

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • Kano, Katsina, Nasarawa Reject Restructuring, Devolution of Power
  • Kaduna Govt Obtains Warrant for Arrest of Arewa Youth Group Members
  • Facebook, Google, Others Confirm Nigeria’s Requests for User Information
  • Asst Police Commissioner, Family Members Abducted by Gunmen
  • Fayose Declares for Presidency, Vows to Sack Buhari
  • FAAC Allocation Rises as FG, States Share N637bn for August
  • FG to Issue $2.5bn Eurobond Before Year-end
  • CBN, Labour Unions, Others Oppose Amendment of Pension Reform Act
  • NEITI: Nigeria Does Not Know Its Daily Oil Output 59 Years after First Export
  • Tuggar: FG Committed to Functional, Friendly Business Environment
  • Fashola: Regulations on Eligible Customers Ready in October
  • Jibrin Tackles House Spokesman over Resumption Date
  • Abaribe: You Can’t Hold Me Responsible If Kanu Fails to Appear in Court
  • Melaye’s Recall: Court Strikes out INEC’s Motion for Substituted Service
  • Constitution Amendment: Ekweremadu Briefs Governors’ Forum on Progress
  • Court Fixes November 2 to Hear Patience Jonathan’s Suit against EFCC
  • Bafarawa, Son Seek Separate Trial from Dasuki
  • NCC Directs Telecoms Providers to Grant 14 Days Grace Period on Data Usage
  • Adeosun, Udoma to Appear before Senate C’ttee on Poor Implementation of 2017 Budget
  • S’East Can Actualise Presidency in APC, Says Oyegun
  • We’ll Address Security, Other Challenges in UNILAG, LASU- Ambode
  • Dorman Long, NCDMB Develops Local Capacity, Graduates 83
  • Attorney General to EFCC: Tambuwal Pardoned Five Persons Indicted by Commission of Inquiry
  • Fraudster Bags Two-year Jail Term for N.1m Scam
  • INEC Officials Docked for N362m Alison-Madueke Bribe
  • FG Reviews AU Malabo Declaration on Agricultural Development
  • Slain Army Captain Buried Amid Tears
  • US Varsities Admit 10,000 Nigerians in 2017
  • China Renews Commitment to Nigeria’s Industrialisation
  • INEC to Fix Dates for Etiki, Osun Governorship Elections Next Week
  • House Raises the Alarm over Diversion of N28bn Meant for N’East
  • Okowa Performs $250m Proton Energy Power Plant Groundbreaking in Sapele
  • Oyebode: Corruption Now a Case of Crime against Humanity
  • Ajimobi, Ladoja Trade Blame over Olubadan Palace Shooting

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • NAPS kicks against NGO bill
  • Edo govt, NGOs to empower 1,600 youths, women with vocational skills
  • Nigeria fails to meet water, sanitation policy after 17 years ―FG
  • Chief-John-Odigie-Oyegun
  • South-east cannot get presidency without APC ―Oyegun
  • Ekiti State governor, Mr. Ayodele Fayose
  • EFCC arrest of Ekiti officials, plot to silence me ―Fayose
  • Senator Ike Ekweremadu
  • Constitution Amendment: Ekweremadu briefs governors’ forum on progress
  • Oyo govt resuscitates Fashola farms, other
  • Reasons we honoured Ajimobi as most equitable governor― Oyo Muslims
  • Budget 2017: Senate committees to drill Adeosun, Udoma over poor Implementation
  • Court strikes out INEC’s motion for substituted service on Dino Melaye
  • FG moves to replace foreign workers with Nigerians
  • Eliminate barriers to access contraceptives by adolescents ―NGO urges FG
  • World Bank pledges support for improved childhood development in Nigeria
  • Medical practitioner calls on governments to invest in health sector
  • FG to contain further spread of yellow fever ―Official
  • Capital Market scam: SEC police unit arraigns BGL officials
  • Dufil Prima Foods Plc issues N10bn Series 1
  • Why we retain base lending rate at 14% —CBN
  • Hugh Hefner, who built Playboy Empire and embodied It, dies at 91
  • Scores of Rohingya feared drowned after boat capsizes
  • Saudi women celebrate news they will finally be allowed to drive

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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