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Here are the major headlines for Monday, April 16, 2018

Vanguard

  • Youth Olympic Games: 2 Athletes Qualify For Canoe, Kayak Events
  • Nigerian Referees Capable Of Officiating At World Cup Finals, Retired FIFA Ref Says
  • LaLiga Weekend Brings New Record For Barcelona
  • 253 Teachers To Teach Benin Language, History – Obaseki
  • Exposure To Sun Causes 80% Of Most Wrinkles, Age Spots, Says Plastic Surgeon
  • Imo’s Renewed Hope For 2019
  • Trump ‘Morally Unfit’ To Be President – Fired FBI Director Says
  • ICAN Warns Against Proliferation Of Accountancy Bodies
  • Buhari’s Declaration Best News – Atiku’s Camp
  • IDP, 4 Others Killed After Withdrawal Of Soldiers, Says Taraba Council Boss
  • Young Nigerian Must Lead The Country In 2019 —IBB
  • Kenya Airways Sacks 86% Of Its Nigerian Workers
  • Irate Youths Chase Away Ekiti Monarch, Shutdown Palace
  • Credit To Private Sector Rises By N633bn In February
  • Free Trade Agreement: Industrial Council Backs Buhari On Consultations
  • Man Escapes Lynching After Bathing Girlfriend With Acid
  • ‘We are happy that Buhari has declared for 2019’
  • 5 dead, 50 houses razed, as Kogi communities clash over cashew
  • 2019: IBB endorses SDP
  • Nigeria population advantageous if government pays adequate remuneration — Issa Aremu
  • It’s impossible to recover all looted funds – Buhari
  • President Buhari meets Bola Tinubu in London
  • Vanguard Economic Discourse: Experts divided on tax compliance

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • NYSC lists requirements for 2018 Batch ‘A’ camp registration
  • Pope Benedict XVI celebrates 91st birthday at Vatican
  • Exposure to sun causes 80% of most wrinkles, age spots, says plastic surgeon
  • Trump to host Buhari, April 30
  • Alleged looters’ list: Open justice or open season? (1)
  • Cult members raid police station, free suspects
  • Hoodlums attack, injure two Imo lecturers
  • Police detain woman, teenagers over kingship tussle
  • Buhari’s 2019 re-election ambition: Matters arising
  • Five killed, 50 houses destroyed in Kogi communal clash
  • Dauda the sexy Prof drowns in Ife waterloo
  • Only thieves can become Nigeria’s President — Balarabe Musa
  • Oando shareholders call for finance minister’s sacking
  • Knocks as Buhari says he hasn’t done too badly
  • Killer herdsmen: Obaseki imposes 90-day ban on grazing in Edo communities
  • I killed my girlfriend over unwanted pregnancy – Suspect
  • DSS nabs Anambra tax collector for fraud
  • Civil servant arrested for brutalising children with electric wire
  • Three jailed five months for constituting public nuisance
  • Court remands man for sodomising two boys
  • Only thieves can become Nigeria’s President — Balarabe Musa
  • Badaru, Akeredolu head APC convention panel
  • 2019: Obasanjo, Falae meet in Abeokuta Tuesday
  • God will determine my successor, says Dickson
  • My appointees betrayed me after I lost election —Fayemi
  • Ekiti APC: Don’t sell your vote, Bamidele tells delegates

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • How 2015 poll was rigged in North – Tanko Yakassai
  • Tinubu meets Buhari in London
  • Shareholders demand Adeosun’s sack over Oando saga
  • Nigeria finishes with 24 medals as curtain draws on competition
  • Nigeria leads AU Peace and Security Council mission to South-Sudan
  • South Korea’s Park will not appeal jail term
  • UCH records 1,680 mental health cases in 1 year
  • US, Nigeria hold military summit in Abuja
  • Ex-minister cautions health workers against strikes
  • PSG secure title, but thoughts already on summer of change
  • Isco leads Real Madrid to Malaga win as Zidane rests Ronaldo and Bale
  • Pacquiao: ‘No decision’ on trainer after reports Roach ditched
  • Manchester City confirmed champions as rivals, United lose at Old Trafford
  • Lagos Secondary Schools Hockey Championship begins on Wednesday
  • Nigeria beats Gambia for second victory at Lagos 2018 ICC T20
  • Reserves inch closer to $47b on stable oil price
  • PenCom proffers solutions to MDAs’ pension challenges
  • A vice chancellor’s diary
  • The sudden death phenomenon
  • Confronting the Lagos refuse

(www.guardian.ng)

 

The Nation

  • Trump’s re-election campaign raises $10m so far in 2018
  • Prince Harry appointed Commonwealth youth ambassador
  • NYSC lists requirements for 2018 Batch ‘A’ camp registration
  • Arsenal boss Wenger criticises Premier League’s VAR delay
  • Liverpool’s Salah targets Champions League over individual glory
  • UCH records 1,680 mental health cases in 1 year
  • ‘Exposure to sun causes 80% of most wrinkles, age spots’
  • ‘Al-Assad cannot be part of Syria solution’
  • Kaduna introduces house-to-house search against outbreak of diseases
  • German has ‘long way to go’ in gender equality goals – Ministry
  • Ex-FBI chief: Trump ‘morally unfit’ to be president
  • Trump hosts Buhari April 30
  • Ghana urges mosques use WhatsApp for call to prayer
  • Trump invites Buhari to Washington
  • Pro-Buhari group to Saraki: why our ban cannot stand
  • Arsenal boss Wenger criticises Premier League’s VAR delay
  • PETER IJEH: My children are already scoring goals in Sweden
  • MUISI AJAO: ‘I drew inspiration from Stephen Keshi’
  • KYRON McMASTER: Tragedy inspires me to gold
  • NTTF Presidency not in my Agenda-Toriola
  • Barca records 39 La Liga games unbeaten!
  • Akwa vs Al Hilal: Governor Udom throws gates open

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

ThisDay

  • Adeosun Explains Reinstatement of Trading on Oando Shares
  • Babangida: I’ll Support Anything Targeted at One Nigeria
  • Buhari Meets Tinubu as APC Appoints 12 Governors for Convention C’ttee…
  • Five Killed in Taraba Hours After Withdrawal of Soldiers
  • Team Nigeria Finishes Eighth as Australia Wins 2018 C’wealth Games
  • Nigeria Beats The Gambia to Record Second ICC T20 Tourney Victory
  • Fawaz Wins Scholarship at Greensprings /Kanu Football Camp
  • El Kanemi Drubs Heartland as Sunshine, Rivers Utd Win
  • Man City Wins EPL as Man Utd Lose to West Brom
  • Buhari to Meet Trump April 30, Holds Talks With Theresa May Today
  • Adeosun Explains Reinstatement of Trading on Oando Shares
  • Babangida: I’ll Support Anything Targeted at One Nigeria
  • Buhari Meets Tinubu as APC Appoints 12 Governors for Convention C’ttee
  • Wike Hosts IPI Team, Calls for Free Press
  • Looters’ List: FG Will Not Be Intimidated, Says Lai Mohammed
  • 20 Communities Fleeing for Fear of Bandits Attack in Zamfara, Says…
  • Medview Spends N22bn on Aviation Fuel in Five Years
  • Dangote: Why I Proposed Private Sector’s Contribution of One Percent to…
  • Police, CBN Nab Six in Ogun for Hawking Naira Notes
  • Fitch Warns about Debt Financing Risk in Nigeria, Others
  • Buhari: Wicked People Plundered Our Resources, Kept Nigerians Poor
  • PDP Tasks Buhari on Failing Economy
  • Fayemi: Those I Made as Ekiti Governor Betrayed Me After Losing

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

The Sun

  • Lagos Tourism Summit begins
  • APC announces new website, social media accounts
  • Police officers held for questioning over invasion of outpost by gang
  • CHOGM: PDP sets agenda for Buhari
  • Ekiti govt urges INEC to extend PVC collection time
  • 2019: Dismiss Obasanjo’s warning at your peril –Yusuf Ali
  • Oando crisis: Shareholders tackle Adeosun over intervention in capital market
  • Kenya Airways sacks 22 Nigerian workers
  • Dangote Flour, others boost wheat production, donate threshing machines to farmers
  • Mikel happy to score in China
  • Gold Coast 2018: Team Nigeria finishes 9th
  • Silver is better than bronze –Aruna Quadri
  • Fight involving 150 people breaks out at temple in Indiana
  • Ghana urges mosques use WhatsApp for call to prayer
  • Trump morally unfit to be President, says Comey
  • Atiku’s son appeals court’s verdict on custody of children
  • Ekiti govt urges INEC to extend PVC collection time
  • Ambode’ll resolve Apapa gridlock soon –APC chieftain
  • Cult gang take Police OUTPOST
  • HAPPENING NOW: African Land Forces Summit opens in Abuja
  • Trump invites Buhari to Washington
  • Kalu to deliver Diaspora’s Day lecture in China
  • Governor Badaru heads APC’s national convention committee
  • 2019: IBB passes vote of confidence in SDP
  • Imo: 2019 election easier to win, Okorocha boasts
  • Igbo must produce president in 2023 –Uzodimma
  • Why Ihedioha must leave PDP –Oye
  • Again, cultists strike in Ogun community, kill 1
  • 2019: Aisha Buhari makes U-turn, declares support for husband

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

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