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Here are the major headlines for Monday, July 10, 2017

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Vanguard

  • How PDP trounced APC in Osun bye-election
  • Osinbajo, Saraki move to avert govt shutdown
  • Biafra no longer a word for secession — Ahamba
  • Quit Notice: NANS To Occupy Kaduna Sept 30 To Oct 3
  • Stop Intercepting Cleared Cargoes, Police Warn Personnel
  • Buhari’s ’83 Coup: How Maitama Sule Submitted Self For Arrest — Abdulsalami
  • Oyegun To Kalu: We Appreciate Your Good Job For APC
  • Again! Flood Renders Scores Homeless In Ibadan
  • Flood Kills 11 In Niger
  • Southern Leaders To Osinbajo: Protect Our People In The North
  • Reps Divided Over Calls For Restructuring
  • Biafra Is A Genuine Struggle Against Injustice Meted Out Against Ndigbo – Vice President General, Ohaneze Ndigbo
  • Presidential Plane Parked In London Since May
  • Consumers Decry Poor Power Supply In Awoyaya, Festac, Others
  • SUPER EAGLES: Aiyenugba Set To Take Over From Carl Ikeme
  • AHIARA DIOCESE: We Stand With Pope —Knights Of St John
  • I Have Been Abused Because Of Some Buhari’s Appointees – Odigie-Oyegun
  • Psychiatrist Okays Mental Assessment Of Politicians Before Assuming Office
  • France, Scotland sign up for Nigeria Open
  • Ronaldo decides to stay at Real Madrid
  • Enyimba thrash Tornadoes in NPFL, as ABS lose at home
  • Osun bye-election: PDP’s victory evidence of unity, hard work – Makarfi
  • I forgive those who molested my supporters – Ndume
  • South East/ South Govs meet in Enugu
  • I will marry a White man because Nigerian men are unfaithful — Actress, Sylvia Edem
  • Wizkid is a living legend while Davido is just on the path – Caesar the Fyahpan
  • Ooni of Ife honours Bunmi Omije Oju Mi as she drops ‘Testimony’album

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • Robbers drugging passengers, drivers with edibiles, Enugu Police warn
  • Metro stations closed as heavy rains pound Paris
  • Fire ravages building in London’s Camden Lock Market
  • Teacher detained for criticising ex-police boss on Facebook
  • Lassa fever: Plateau places FGGC students on surveillance
  • Magu told UK not to give me visa, says Patience
  • World’s oldest hippopotamus dies at 65
  • Constitution preventing states from exploring minerals —Ahmed
  • Retired police officer abducted after completing gratuity process
  • How FG spent $4.8bn foreign loans in two years
  • Man hypnotises, has sex with 7 housewives
  • S’East, S’South govs meet over Biafra agitation, restructuring
  • Osun by-election: Sheriff, Makarfi factions, others celebrate Adeleke’s victory
  • Oppressive minimum wage and the futility of an increase
  • Nigeria not united, needs restructuring, say Rep, clerics
  • Flood: Lagos asks residents to be calm
  • Interest rate regime worth giving a second look
  • Soldiers, bankers used 33 accounts to divert military funds – Magu
  • Afe Babalola supports restructuring, says Obasanjo is best president
  • Fayose recalls six sacked commissioners
  • Lagos floods cause power outage in Lekki, VI, others
  • Herdsmen kidnap NHIS auditor, police arrest 17
  • Lagos flood: Residents lament loss of homes, property
  • Magu: APC leaders meet over Presidency, National Assembly crisis
  • Robbers with toy guns rape woman
  • Police candidate nabbed for forging JAMB result
  • Food that may halt cancer, brain disease
  • Man with two wives sodomizes four boys in Minna
  • Imo suspends town planners over collapsed buildings

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • Sting donates Swedish music prize money to refugees
  • Lagos must stop sand-filling lagoons – Nwilo
  • Yemen cholera cases pass 300,000 mark, says ICRC
  • 2018: PDP resurrects in Osun, humbles Aregbesola
  • LEGACY BUHARI CAN LEAVE FOR NIGERIA – GUY IKOKWU, CIVIL WAR HERO
  • Naira may crash again – Henry Boyo, renowned economist
  • VAIDs: Anxiety mounts over integrity of tax officials
  • Cocoa processors blast CBN, smugglers over loss of $2.2bn in export sector
  • Prolonged tendering process in oil industry killing indigenous businesses –Okwuosa
  • Nigeria’s World Cup chances in jeopardy
  • Wimbledon: Nadal wary of grass ‘specialist’ Muller
  • Increased drugging of passengers, drivers in Enugu worries Police
  • South Korea gets new submarine amid escalating tensions with Pyongyang
  • Kaduna govt. to investigate schools’ involvement in exam malpractice
  • Japanese PM announces August
  • Buhari’s appointments lopsided, not favourable to APC – Oyegun
  • New impetus to tax collection 1.3m teachers

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

The Guardian

  • NSE suspends 17 firms over accounts’ renditions, others
  • Unnamed Nigerians bid to host Joshua-Klitschko rematch in Abuja
  • ‘How to save Lagos from flood disasters, others’
  • Equities’ investors risk losing dividends over banks’ Eurobonds
  • Mosul victory marks win for Pentagon training plan
  • India holds naval exercises with US, Japan
  • Inmates set Guyana prison ablaze, one officer dead after riot
  • Man sets self ablaze over alleged wife’s infidelity
  • Kwara youths threaten to recall Saraki
  • Reps summon Adamu over non-payment of salaries of unity colleges’ teachers
  • AIB defends review of passengers’ service charge
  • Lukaku pays gushing farewell to Everton
  • Farah steals show with thrilling finale in London
  • Renewed crisis threatens Nigeria’s Russia 2018 World Cup chances
  • Wimbledon set for mouthwatering ‘Manic Monday’ with Big Four in action
  • Kida hopeful FIBA won’t bar Nigeria from Afrobasket
  • Arsenal to release Sanchez to Man City for £80m
  • That Nigeria may be at peace
  • Red alert to rise in untreatable gonorrhoea
  • Osun bye-election: PDP’s victory evidence of unity, hard work, says Makarfi
  • I refused to beg Abacha, says Obasanjo
  • Adeleke’s victory and new realities in Osun politics
  • Insurer woos more investors with robust financial status
  • ‘Mobile electricity will provide cheaper, more reliable energy for homes, businesses’
  • Naira gains as CBN offers $450 million in one week
  • Will Nigeria survive Biafra?
  • NASS exceeded bounds on 2017 budget
  • Tackling youth unemployment
  • Ooni offers N5 m for intending 2017 Queen Moremi Beauty Contest
  • ‘Spider-Man’ casts a wide web to top weekend box office
  • French ballet star wins plaudits with contemporary stagings in Moscow
  • Lagos in N3.1b Elephant Cement House deal, shops for contractors for repairs
  • Developer unfolds N600m Tetramanor Garden Estate
  • MOSOP tasks FG on monetary commitment to Ogoni cleanup
  • Prepare for heavier rainfall, Lagos warns residents
  • Tesla rolls out its first Model 3, and it’s Elon’s
  • Protecting health from climate change

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Tribune

  • How leaders kill great teams
  • How leaders can finish well
  • Moving from crisis to greatness
  • What is happening in UNIOSUN?
  • Of Donald Trump, US presidency and mainstream media
  • How to be an effective manager, by Google employees
  • 6 ways to become a millionaire while working for someone else
  • Female entrepreneurs can now apply for $50,000 funding from YHER
  • MFB customers can get BVN from commercial banks —Bankers committee
  • How Etisalat’s bad debt affected banks’ profitability —FDC
  • Rates to stabilise as N216.76bn OMO, T-Bills maturities boost liquidity
  • CBN boosts retail forex with $254.3 million
  • Tax Thursday kicks off with Abuja-wide road show
  • Experts call for special court to tackle tax problems
  • ‘Nigeria remains an attractive foreign investors’ destination’
  • Recession, an opportunity for start-up agencies to grow — Odion
  • What we plan to achieve with anti auto-theft system launch — AMDON
  • JUST IN: Chibok schoolgirls read letter to Trump –White House
  • Ghana launches first satellite, 60 years after independence
  • Trump, Putin meet, exchange historic first handshake at #G20Summit
  • Osunwon Omoluabi: We will stop at nothing to ensure compliance by all stakeholders —Osun govt
  • Oyo Perm Sec, Ogunesan, a worthy ambassador of Oke-Ogun —Group
  • Medical workers deliver free medical services to market users in Bodija
  • How we recovered controversial N4.5 billion bonds —Ortom
  • Olubadan Declaration Review is apolitical —Oyo Govt
  • Communities threaten showdown with Ondo state government
  • Akeredolu’s intervention over aide’s attack on Afenifere, OPC commendable —OPC
  • Obasanjo remains best president Nigeria ever had —Afe Babalola
  • Court orders APC to conduct fresh LCDA primary elections
  • Amnesty programme: Aggrieved youths threaten Niger Delta peace
  • Unity of Nigeria is not negotiable —NANS
  • Oyo to introduce law against street begging, madmen
  • Rep members give kudos, knock to restructuring
  • Makarfi’s PDP hails Adeleke’s victory in Osun West senatorial poll
  • Flooding: Lagos urges residents to remain calm, vigilant

 

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