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Here are the major headlines for Monday, August 7, 2017

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The Sun

  • Outrage, condemnation greet church shooting
  • Wike sacks special advisers
  • Atiku, Kalu, others stopped third term, Larry Essien tells Nnamani
  • Fears in Owerri over 17,000 live bombs
  • PSC suspends promotion in police
  • We’ll not back down, Southern leaders blast NASS
  • Ozubulu killing: Obiano asks Anambra indigenes to wear black, observe minute silence
  • Union Bank, 9 others trade shares in default of free-float rules
  • ‘Why more buildings may collapse in Lagos’
  • Twitter massages on Iwobi embarrass Fabregas
  • Army holds promotion exams for 326 Majors, Captains
  • Igbo must move closer to God – Cleric
  • Israel to strip Arab attacker of citizenship for first time
  • S’African MPs await ruling on Zuma vote
  • Mauritania to abolish Senate, change National Flag
  • 2019: PDP no threat to us – Lai Mohammed
  • Restructuring: FG must address cause of agitations now- Uche, Ohanaeze chieftain
  • Why former Bauchi SSG was sacked – Malami
  • Dollar crunch: Electric car technology threatens Nigeria’s oil export, economy
  • We’ve restored stakeholder confidence in Nigerian ports – Hadiza Usman, NPA boss
  • AfDB to invest $24bn in agriculture in next 10 years
  • Mourinho 1st to hit £1bn landmark in career transfer spending
  • Lagos unveils roadmap to fix potholes, tackle flooding
  • Islamic group condemns Anambra church killing
  • Dailymail apologises for publishing ‘false claims’ in Ibori’s case
  • el-Rufai vows to apprehend masterminds of Kaduna NUJ attack
  • Atiku’s associate, Alh. Little dumps APC for PDP in Kano
  • Air Peace launches Akure flights Aug. 11

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Why there’s tension in N’Delta, Clark tells Osinbajo
  • Southern leaders invite North to re-negotiate Nigeria
  • Ozubulu Massacre: Drug war spills into Anambra church; 35 killed, scores injured
  • H1’17: Companies’ revenue rises 20% to N2.6trn
  • Shell releases $10m, reaffirms commitment to Ogoni cleanup
  • RESTRUCTURING: Britain’s Conspiracy with North Against the South by Ayo Adebanjo
  • Falana asks Saraki to return pension, house given to him by Kwara govt
  • CBN, NCC to tackle SIM swap, USSD e-payment frauds
  • Oldest App Maker: Japan’s 82-Year-Old Wakamiya Taught Herself Coding
  • Air Peace To Begin Akure Flights
  • NASS Anti-Devolution Vote: North, Biafra, And The Rest Of Us
  • Gatlin’s Father Flays London Crowd For Booing Son
  • Osinbajo Receives Nigerian Doctor That Led Successful Operation Of Foetus In US
  • Ozubulu Killings: Governor Wike Condoles With Anambra People
  • 2 Soldiers Killed As Troops Destroy Boko Haram IED’s Factory
  • No Going Back On Computer Village Relocation — LASG
  • Physically-Challenged, 30 Others Arrested For Cultism, Robbery
  • FG Offers Monthly Savings Bond At 14.535%
  • FG And The Burden Of Over-Borrowing
  • FG Plans Relocation Of Lagos Drug Markets
  • Gunmen Invade Benue Village, Kill One, Injure Many
  • Police Find AK-47 Rifle In Bag Abandoned By 3 Men
  • Customs, Agencies Must Obey Presidential Orders— Enelamah
  • Serial Rapist Defiles 5-Yr-Old Girl, Arrested
  • Gatlin’s father flays London crowd for booing son
  • Real ready to go without Cristiano Ronaldo against United in Super Cup
  • Arsenal vs Chelsea: Wenger fearful of another slow
  • Arsenal start Arsenal vs Chelsea: Five things we learnt
  • Why Abacha sentenced me to 30yrs in prison – Obasanjo
  • Ayo Adebanjo tackles Osinbajo on‎ restructuring
  • I caught an actress with charm in her bag – Sarah Ebhota
  • She became enraged when her friend dated the man she dumped!

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • Islamic group condemns Anambra church massacre
  • Wike sacks Special Advisers
  • Ozubulu massacre: President Buhari calls Obiano
  • 190,000 sign petition to stop first lady office in France
  • Troops kill 13 Boko Haram terrorists
  • Couple jailed for rape-murder of Chinese student
  • Negotiations ongoing to free UNIMAID lecturers, says ASUU
  • NLC to discuss delayed action on new wage
  • APC dead, not yet buried under Oyegun, says Frank
  • Seven things Mac users can do that Windows users can’t
  • How to manage adenoid enlargement in children
  • 222 pilgrims escape death as bird strike hits Medview aircraft
  • Nigeria: It is not well, after all
  • Graduate breaks into ex-boss’ house, steals car, jewellery
  • Fulani herdsmen kidnap ECWA Director, demand N100m ransom
  • Islamic group condemns Anambra church massacre
  • Graduate breaks into ex-boss’ house, steals car, jewellery
  • Badoo smashes woman’s head after church vigil
  • Police took money to investigate my husband’s murder – Widow
  • Septuagenarian with three wives, 35 children, 18 grandchildren says: I sold stolen motorcycles to feed my family
  • Enugu police arrest three robbers
  • Robbery gang nabbed for stealing motorcycle
  • Man lands in prison for spying for robbers
  • APC dead, not yet buried under Oyegun, says Frank
  • Falana backs calls for return to 1963 Constitution
  • APC expels Bayelsa chair, two others
  • There shouldn’t be age limit for presidential candidates – Obasanjo
  • There should be no age limit for president –Obasanjo
  • We’re highest performing in Nigeria’s history, says Senate
  • I regret not delivering Ijebu State to my people — Kashamu
  • Cash crunch hits Reps, shun visits to constituencies
  • States owing us benefits — Ex-gov, deputies
  • BUSINESS READ MORE
  • Power generation crashes by 1,835.6MW in three days
  • Dangote Cement, Access Bank, Zenith Bank top trades
  • FMBN disburses N72.5bn mortgage loans in 25 years
  • Naira reverses gain, closes at 363/dollar
  • Pilots, engineers plan strike over sacked Aero workers
  • FG offers monthly Savings Bond at 14.54%
  • 55-year-old Catholic priest solicits sex from 13-year-old girl

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • Tragedy as gunman kills 47 worshippers in Anambra
  • Southern leaders berate National Assembly over devolution of powers
  • National Assembly, constitutional amendments and dilemma of restructuring
  • Reserves back to $31b, CBN gives OFIs new BVN deadline
  • Conte frustrated as Arsenal beat Chelsea to win Community Shield
  • Islamic group condemns killing of worshipers in Anambra
  • Floods, landslides kill 26 in Vietnam
  • South African lawmakers await ruling on Zuma vote
  • North Korea defiant after new sanctions, rejects talks
  • Kenyans take no chances ahead of high-stakes election
  • Troops neutralise over 13 terrorists
  • Real ready to go without Ronaldo against United in Super Cup
  • Okagbare fails in 100m as Nigerian trio race against time in 400m women
  • Cecilia Akpan vows to halt foreign players’ dominance of Nigerian Open
  • CHAN Eagles plan road trip to Cotonou on Friday
  • D’Tigresses enter joint camp ahead FIBA Afrobasket Championship
  • Udoma at NCC Tennis League reiterates government’s commitment to sports development
  • PDP, court victory and the future
  • Nicholas kidney expert bags Royal College of Physicians fellowship
  • Wike sacks Special Advisers
  • Kaduna PDP accuses El-Rufai of masterminding attacks on journalists
  • Ekiti PDP celebrates Makarfi’s victory
  • Deals on Nigerian Stock Exchange hit N97.08 billion in July
  • Air Peace to begin Akure flights on August 11
  • ‘NPA is working towards making Nigerian ports more competitve’
  • Succession politics and the limit of ignorance
  • Developer to deliver Kingsway Tower in 2018
  • Valuers hold talks with Fashola, propose roadmap for housing reform
  • Firm sees 25% increased uptake in real estate from diaspora investors
  • ‘Dark Tower’ leads at box office but casts a short shadow
  • ABC denies axing Tim Allen over Trump support
  • US hip-hop legends wrap up Newport Jazz Festival
  • Police arrest two teachers for alleged homosexuality in Delta
  • How soaring cost of medical examination, diagnosis impair medicare

(www.guardian.ng)           

 

ThisDay

  • Osinbajo Drops Two ICPC Nominees over Alleged Fraud
  • Bird Strike Aborts Med-View’s Airlifting of 222 Pilgrims in Kwara
  • Nigerians May Face Identity Risk Without NIN Registration, NIMC DG Insists
  • Anti-Igbo Song is Playing with Genocide, Says Omokri
  • Troops Ambush Boko Haram Logistics Team, Kill Two Terrorists
  • Obasanjo: I Don’t Want Another Civil War in Nigeria
  • JAMB to Determine Cut-off Marks for Admission August 22
  • FG to Partner USAID in Training of Agricultural Extension Workers
  • Lagos Unveils Roadmap To Fix Potholes, Tackle Flooding
  • Ogun Sets Up Committee To Fish Out Illegal Drug Dealers.
  • Lagos to Implement Report on Illegal Sale of Govt Assets
  • Re-structuring: Nigeria is Sitting on Time-Bomb, Anglican Church Warns FG
  • Lagos Reiterates Commitment To Ikeja Model City Master Plan
  • Nigeria on Pathway of Economic Recovery, Says Enang
  • Benue Needs N40bn to Clear Salary Arrears
  • Pension: Falana Urges Ex-governors to Emulate Saraki
  • Bloody Sunday In Anambra as Gunman Kills Scores In Church
  • Kachikwu: Nigeria Lost $60bn to Non-enforcement of PSCs with Oil Majors…
  • Banks in Dilemma as Customers, Investors Shun Deposits for Treasury Bills…
  • Arik Faces Maintenance Challenges over Paucity of Funds
  • BoI Disburses N21m to 438 Traders in Bauchi

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

The Nation

  • Deals on Nigerian Stock Exchange hit N97.08 billion in July
  • Army holds promotion exams for 326 Majors, Captains
  • Islamic group condemns killing of worshipers in Anambra
  • United’s Mourinho eyes first Super Cup win in Real reunion
  • Gatlin win ‘not the perfect script’, says IAAF President
  • Wike sacks Special Advisers
  • Kano APC congress: Abdullahi Abbas emerges chairman
  • 3rd Dubai fire in days forces evacuation of hotel
  • Moses scores as Arsenal secure comeback win to lift Community Shield
  • NTDC urges State, LGAs to create outdoor event, encourage domestic tourism
  • 2017 Hajj: NAHCON begins transportation of holy water for pilgrims
  • Anambra Massacre: Bring perpetrators to justice, Saraki, Ekweremadu urge police
  • Troops neutralise over 13 terrorists
  • Army special school to train Police, NSCDC
  • London 2017 IAAF Championships: How USA’s Bowie women’s 100m gold medal kept country on top
  • United’s Mourinho eyes first Super Cup win in Real reunion
  • Gatlin win ‘not the perfect script’, says IAAF President
  • Moses scores as Arsenal secure comeback win to lift Community Shield
  • Oscar Pistorius discharged from hospital, back in cell
  • Ogunbote hails MFM after draw, Plateau maintain NPFL lead
  • Raheem Sterling is Cheap, says Kim Kardashian Lookalike Prostitute
  • Wike sacks Special Advisers
  • Gunman kills 11 in church over drug barons’ rivalry
  • Saraki, Ikpeazu, Dogara, APC decry killings
  • Ex-minister, APGA, others condemn killings
  • Biometric-based SIM swap to end e-fraud
  • Reps to buy N6.1 billion cars for 360 members
  • Lagos set to recover 100 assets sold illegally

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

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