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Here are the major headlines for Monday, August 14, 2017


  • Pregnant housewife kills husband over foodstuffs in Adamawa
  • Ozubulu church re-opens after gunmen attack
  • Symptoms of Lassa fever
  • Police forced me to admit to crime –Robbery suspect
  • Thieves nabbed while registering stolen cars in Nasarawa
  • Seven robbers attack trader in Katsina mosque
  • World likely to end on September 23, as experts match Great Pyramid, Bible dates
  • Davido’s police escorts detained for reckless shooting
  • 17 killed in Burkina Faso restaurant terrorist attack
  • After desperate bid to save daughter, father seeks ‘truth’ about Indian hospital
  • I’m more alive than ever, says Neymar after scoring debut
  • Yuguda, Dahiru join GPN
  • Economic legacy: APC chief, Balarabe Musa tackle Jonathan
  • PDP attacks Osinbajo, calls him a figurehead
  • Quit notices: An eye for an eye will blind Nigeria, Atiku warns
  • Customs officer crushed to death in Agbara by Army convoy –NCS
  • Hunger led us into crime –Suspects
  • Imo poly student arrested for car theft
  • Yuguda, Dahiru join GPN
  • Nothing’ll make me dump APC – Oni
  • ICYMI: Kanu isn’t an Igbo leader, he’s a kid — Igbokwe
  • Anambra: APC clears Uba, 11 others for gov primary
  • Nothing ‘ll make me leave APC, says Oni
  • Okun leaders agree to replace Melaye – Group
  • It’s Oduduwa Republic or organised violence —Youth activist, Grandson
  • Dokpesi, Nwanyanwu wanted to sell our party to PDP — APDA chairman
  • Fayose launches presidential bid



The Sun

  • Ozubulu church re-opens a week after gunmen attack
  • MEND withdraws from PANDEF
  • Gunmen kill policeman, civilian near Onitsha church
  • Quit notice: Nigeria’ll lose if we fight – Atiku
  • Kalu’s mum preaches love among Christians
  • APC no match to PDP –Gov Wike
  • Ozubulu tragedy and leadership response
  • Obasanjo to youths: Seize power from old politicians
  • Nigeria’ll boil if Kanu is arrested
  • E-frauds escalate as fraudsters con banks of N325bn
  • Why do Buhari, Dos Santos and Mugabe go to hospital abroad?
  • Group petitions EFCC over alleged plot to bribe delegates
  • Italy welcomes Libya ‘search and rescue’ zone
  • Protests, vigils around US decry white supremacism
  • Korea tensions ease slightly as US officials play down war risks
  • Anambra: UPP clears Offodile, Chidoka for primary
  • Offodile flays Obiano on Ozubulu killings
  • Mixed reactions trail FG’s pioneer status review
  • New accounting code’ll boost fight against corruption – Zakari, ICAN president
  • How Nigeria’s shea nuts potential can be achieved
  • Madrid to appeal Ronaldo red card – Zidane
  • Investment in sport crucial to winning competitions – Ambode
  • AfroBasket Women 2017 : WNBA releases Akhator for D’ Tigress camp
  • Ambode approves Phase 2 of CODELAGOS, to launch 300 new coding centres Sept.
  • LASTMA arrests 8 officials for taking bribe from motorists




  • Promoters of anti-Igbo song’re enemies of Nigeria — SEF
  • Ohaneze Youths Want Young Men As Governors
  • SUICIDE IN KANO: Man 45 Plunges Into Family Well
  • Promoters Of Anti-Igbo Song’re Enemies Of Nigeria — SEF
  • Stamp Duty Collection: SEC Should Enforce Compliance To Govt Policies – Timothy
  • We’ve Beefed Up Security Along Benin-Lagos Express Road —Edo CP
  • Why The Need For Caution In Digital Currency — CBN Director
  • H1 2017: Tier-2 Banks Lose N233bn Deposits, As Customers Demand Higher Interest Rate
  • LASSA FEVER: High Alert As Ogun Confirms 1 Case
  • 18-Month-Old Girl, 3 Others Die In Imo Building Collapse
  • One Week After Ozubulu Killings: Panic, As Gunmen Kill Two Near Onitsha Church
  • N230bn Inflow To Lift Market Liquidity, Moderate Cost Of Funds
  • Mob Sets Man Ablaze Over N45,000 Mobile Phone
  • Burkina Security Forces Kill Two Gunmen Who Attacked Restaurant
  • Oil And Gas Companies H1‘17 Financial Results Did Not Disappoint — CEO, APT Securities




  • Yoruba Convene Unity Summit to Decide Status in Nigeria
  • As He Gushes over Arsenal FC, Nigerians Blast Aregbesola over Unpaid Salaries, LAUTECH’s Closure
  • Ozubulu: Churches Register Poor Attendance as Mass Commences at St Philip’s Church
  • FG Spends N6.2bn to Feed Pupils in 14 States
  • DMO Solicits Media Support in Debt Management
  • Osinbajo Congratulates Kenyatta, Assures Him of Nigeria’s Support
  • Atiku Condemns Retaliatory Quit Notices
  • Jonathan Should Apologise for Incubating Corruption, Says DG VON
  • Clark Condemns Quit Notice Issued to Northerners, Yorubas by Niger Delta Agitators
  • We Won’t Vacate Disputed Secretariat, APC Tells Bayelsa Govt. By
  • Eight LASTMA Officials Arrested for Collecting N7,200 Bribe
  • Skye Bank Unveils New Digital Solution, SkyeXperience
  • European Museums Plan Summit on Return of Benin Bronzes to Nigeria
  • Saraki Promises Swift Passage of Petroleum Industry Bill Components
  • Africa Initiative for Governance Announces Inaugural Scholarship Recipients




  • Military, UN end rift as Boko Haram kills four
  • Local insurers lose 90% of big risks to foreign firms
  • Developer to deliver Kingsway Tower in 2018
  • Ronaldo sent-off, but Real roll over Barcelona
  • Pakistan marks 70 years of independence with fireworks, air show
  • Thousands uprooted as floods kill 143 in India, Nepal
  • Kenya’s Odinga mulls next move on disputed election
  • Ozubulu church re-opens a week after gunmen attack
  • 17 dead in Burkina Faso restaurant ‘terrorist attack’
  • School feeding programme takes N6.2b in 14 states
  • ABS, Enyimba, Insurance, Heartland, others go to war on Wednesday
  • Again, Egypt dominates ITTF Nigerian Open
  • Benin Republic down home-based Eagles 1-0
  • Kayode confirms four-year deal Man City deal, loan to Girona
  • 24 years after, Eguavoen apologises for Super Eagles USA ‘94 World Cup ouster
  • Birmingham to unveil Onazi on Wednesday
  • Buhari’s illness: The need to know
  • Lagos may be declared Lassa fever-free tomorrow
  • Stirring hornet’s nest with rejection of devolution bill
  • Ayade’s absence from PDP convention triggers defection rumour
  • APGA crisis deepens, Agbaso seeks Oye’s arrest for money laundering
  • AXA Mansard resumes annuity business
  • ‘Nigeria has one of the world’s highest numbers of certified HR professionals’
  • Equities market close bullish, indices up by N33b


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