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Here are the major headlines for Monday, July 24, 2017

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Vanguard

  • Dismissed Air Force officer among Boko Haram fighters in clash with Police
  • FEC should trigger medical examination of Buhari now —Activists
  • Flood sacks homes, churches in Rivers
  • Army redeploys 52 generals, 597 other officers
  • 7 companies plan N191bn rights issue this year…
  • Biafra: Stop misleading Nigerians; IPOD, Nnamdi Kanu told
  • Buhari meets APC chiefs in London, says I’m laughing
  • Military moves 43 surrendered Boko Haram terrorists to de-radicalisation centre
  • NHIS boss’ suspension: We must quiz Health Minister, Reps insist
  • Okocha more skilfull than Pele – Weah
  • Amapakabo speaks on Rangers controversy
  • 2018 Senior Africa Wrestling Championships: Igali sure P/Harcourt ‘ll beat Tunis to hosting right
  • We need help to host national sports festival—CRS govt
  • Oil Inches Up Ahead Of Producer Meeting; Nigeria, Libya Output In Focus
  • Three Persons Killed As Suicide Bombers Attack Dalori 1 IDP Camps
  • Okadamen Apprehend Robber Whose Gun Went Off Prematurely
  • Are We Prepared For The Future?
  • They Want Me To Share Funds Meant For Projects At NJI — Bozimo
  • Increased Fiscal Injection, Forex Inflow To Influence MPC Decision
  • 2 Dead, 15 Held Hostage As Delta Communities Clash
  • It’s The Devil, Says Man Odejide Who’s Been Sleeping With 13-Yr-Old Daughter
  • Photos: Flooding In Port Harcourt After Heavy Rainfall
  • We Must Tax Prudently and Borrow Less
  • Dismissed Air Force Officer among Boko Haram Fighters in Clash With Police
  • Buhari, APC Got Me off Saraki’s back – Sen. Marafa
  • Corruption Affecting Our Businesses, Image Abroad – Diaspora Nigerians
  • Restructuring: Not As Easy As It Sounds – Udenta

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • Mugabe gives sister-in-law $60,000 birthday gift
  • Six things users can do with their smartphones
  • Man accused of defiling 13-year-old daughter
  • We’ll use Oni, APC to set another record in 2018 – Fayose
  • Cash crunch hits banks as CBN mops up naira
  • Some retired level 12 civil servants earn N2,000 pension monthly – Adodo
  • Law school expels UI graduate after protesting seat reservation
  • 52 M’Belt groups back restructuring, fault El-Rufai’s panel
  • Buhari: Coalition asks FEC to write N’Assembly, demands medical panel
  • Utomi attacks Uduaghan, says ex-gov left sad legacy
  • 11 burnt to death as passenger bus collides with tanker
  • Don’t fight Fury, Holyfield warns Joshua
  • Alleged N13.6bn diversion: Court freezes ex-COAS Minimah’s accounts
  • Adebayo Faleti: Pillar of culture takes a bow
  • So, who is afraid of a stronger naira?
  • Adebayo Faleti died after morning prayer, says son
  • Gov’s pension: SERAP dismisses Fayemi’s threat as distraction
  • APC governors, Oyegun met Buhari in London — Presidency
  • Lagos APC member electrocuted in flooding
  • N243bn refund: Labour directs chapters to monitor state govts
  • Anambra: Ngige heads APC panel on consensus candidate
  • Why CBN can’t cut interest rate now – Emefiele
  • We will soon sign Iheanacho – Leicester
  • Court removes monarch in Ondo community
  • Buhari, APC are authors of hate speeches — PDP
  • LASG asks traditional leaders to be upright
  • KEDCO disconnects 10,000 homes over N84m revenue loss
  • Britain to invest in Nigeria’s oil pipelines, others
  • Ex-convicts arrested in Bauchi for theft, murder
  • Kidnapped Lagos students will return soon, says Osinbajo
  • Nigerians want to stay together, we need another confab — Unongo
  • PDP panel to woo Atiku, Kwankwaso, Ladoja
  • Why we’ll leave PDP for Mega Party – Poroye

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • Government loses N6 billion yearly to fake cargo insurance papers
  • China’s got a huge artificial intelligence plan
  • Stakeholders seek creation of National Housing Council
  • 17m Nigerians in diaspora push for voting rights
  • Buhari, APC leaders meet in LondonChina defends repatriation of North Koreans
  • Trump envoy heads to Israel for holy site crisis talks
  • Three dead, 15 injured in suicide bomb attack on IDPs camp
  • Nigeria will be out of recession before year end, says CBN
  • Police intercept five Boko Haram suspects in Kano
  • Despite decades of funding, literacy level in the northern states remains low
  • Manchester United edges Real Madrid on penalty
  • Nwosu urges home Eagles to learn from failure against South Africa
  • ITTF names Quadri, Shao top seeds for Nigeria Open
  • AFN candidate, Collins raises the alarm over cancelled presidential election
  • Lobi hold Plateau United, Rangers fall in Ilorin as 3SC beat Enyimba
  • President arrives in Port Harcourt on Wednesday to assess facilities
  • The common sense in state police
  • Injectable AIDS drug may work ‘as well’ as pills: study
  • We will use Oni, APC to set electoral records, says Fayose
  • Group tasks National Assembly on Buhari’s health status
  • Kwara governor diburses more funds for local councils
  • Dollar faces fresh pressure while most Asia markets edge up
  • Fidson receives shareholders’ nod to raise N6billion fresh fund
  • CBN attributes economic crises to external factors
  • In defence of Donald Trump
  • Ballot and blood? Never again!
  • The ravages of fire
  • Film director Emir Kusturica visits Moscow-annexed Crimea
  • ‘Dunkirk’ captures North American box office
  • Michel Franco and Edgar Wright on Venice film pannel
  • Board charges surveyors on global certification
  • Water operators list challenges to Nigeria’s SDG target
  • Doctors in limbo over Ogun State’s land allocation
  • Firm seeks Ambode’s intervention over alleged unlawful acquisition of property
  • Six Reasons Why You Need A Workout Buddy
  • Taking antibiotics while carrying child causes birth defects
  • The Guardian Manufacturing Excellence Awards 2017: Nominees
  • China defends repatriation of North Koreans
  • Trump envoy heads to Israel for holy site crisis talks
  • Three dead, 15 injured in suicide bomb attack on IDPs camp
  • Six Reasons Why You Need A Workout Buddy
  • Injectable AIDS drug may work ‘as well’ as pills: study
  • CBN attributes economic crises to external factors
  • MASSOB berates Shettima over comment on Biafra
  • Fresh clash erupts in Mambilla Plateau
  • LAWMA officials lock Ikotun residents in their homes for not paying bills
  • Group tasks National Assembly on Buhari’s health status

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • Emefiele Signals Interest Rate Retention as MPC Meets Monday
  • US May Set Its Sights on Alison-Madueke
  • Police Foil Boko Haram Attacks in Kano
  • PDP: Makarfi-led Caretaker C’ttee to Seek Tenure Extension
  • Making His Way Back Home, Buhari Meets with APC Govs, Party…
  • Scientist Who Discovered HIV Says Efforts for Cure Underway
  • NNPC: Discussions Still Ongoing for Crude Importation from Niger Republic
  • House C’ttee Gives HMOs Deadline to Submit Audited Accounts
  • Hajj: Sokoto Pilgrims Agency Secures 1,300 Visas
  • Local Government Chairmanship Election Results in Lagos State
  • Capture Shekau Dead or Alive in 40 Days, Buratai Orders War Commander
  • 2019: Coalition Endorses Dankwambo for Presidency
  • N195m Contract Debt: Embassy Warns Zamfara Gov over Nigeria-Germany Bilateral Agreements
  • Strike: Niger Govt Agrees to Workers Demand
  • Securing Nigeria’s Territorial Waters
  • EU, UNICEF Earmark €54 million for Health Projects in Bauchi, Adamawa, Kebbi 3
  • Lagos LG Polls Hold Saturday as Police Warn against Use of Firearms
  • Innovate, Improve, Excel
  • Ekiti 2018: Fear of Mass Defection Worries APC Elders
  • Cabal in Dilemma over Buhari’s Fate, Fayose Alleges
  • Players Chelsea Hijacked from Man United
  • Onagoruwa, Former AGF Dies at 80
  • Scientist Who Discovered HIV Says Efforts for Cure Underway
  • Again, Nigerian Army Redeploys Senior Officers
  • Lagos Gives Property Owners in Ikoyi, Lekki, Others Quit Notice over Blocked Drains
  • DMO: Nigeria’s Debt Burden Indicators May Deteriorate Without Increase in Revenue Profile
  • House C’ttee Insists on Identity of Owners of Ikoyi Billions
  • NCP, Others Ask FEC to Disclose Buhari’s Ailment to Nigerians
  • House C’ttee Gives HMOs Deadline to Submit Audited Accounts
  • We Won’t Defect to Mega Party, Say Sheriff’s Supporters in Ekiti
  • Rights Group Asks Osinbajo to Rescue Kidnapped Lagos Students
  • House C’ttee Gives HMOs Deadline to Submit Audited Accounts
  • 6bn Business and Leisure Resort Underway in Abuja To include race track
  • Elumelu Urges African Leaders to Tackle Rising Unemployment
  • N40bn Life Pensions: SERAP Replies Fayemi, Says Threat of Legal Action Unjustified
  • APC Governors, Party Leaders Meet Buhari in London

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

PM News

  • 9 Boko Haram Insurgents Surrender
  • Lagos Sets Standard As Ajegunle Abattoir Takes Off
  • Notorious Phone Thief Arrested In Oshodi
  • Osinbajo Says Kidnapped Lagos School Boys ‘Ll Rejoin Families Soon
  • 10 Die In Ife-Ibadan Auto-Crash
  • Lagos Task Force Arrests Two For Impersonating Police Chief
  • Britain To Invest In Nigeria’s Pipeline Infrastructure
  • Gov Badaru Urges Muslims To Intensify Prayers
  • Cloudy Skies, Rain Showers Expected On Monday – NiMet
  • Borno Gov Approves Recruitment Of 300 Fresh Graduates
  • Anambra Boosts Fish Farmers’ Capacity For Export
  • Fire Disaster: Al-Makura Commiserates With Market Traders
  • Gbajabiamila Explains Reps’ Opposition To Merging Of CRK/IRK
  • 3,000 Enrol In Oyo Health Insurance Scheme
  • Kogi, NIHSA Collaborate To Explore River Niger Shorelines
  • Osinbajo Assures Return Of Kidnapped School Boys
  • LG Polls: Ambode Congratulates APC, Thanks Lagosians For Peaceful Conduct
  • State Solicits FG’s Support For Sports Festival
  • City Signs Danilo From Real Madrid
  • Neymar’s Going Nowhere – Barcelona Coach
  • England Defeat Spain In A Controversial Women’s Euro Match
  • Salah, Courtinho Give Liverpool Victory Over Leicester
  • Milan On Rampage, Maul Bayern 4-0
  • City Agree £52m For Monaco Defender
  • The Buhari We Met In London – Okorocha
  • Batshuayi Stars As Chelsea Bash Arsenal 3-0

(www.pmnewsnigeria.com)

 

 

 

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