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Here are the major headlines for Monday, November 27, 2017

The Nation

  • PDP will not fail followers – Bafarawa
  • NNPC to select core investor for Benue bio-fuel project – Baru
  • Pitch invasion forces Brazilian Serie A game to be abandoned
  • NYSC DG urges Corps members to be security conscious
  • Oyo approves N2bn for rehabilitation of 100 schools
  • Dalung To Inspect African Wrestling Venue Today
  • Roma’s De Rossi apologises after losing his head at Genoa
  • Wike Challenge Cup: Adeniyi targets Africa Championship
  • NITDA, EFCC collaborate on IT projects clearance
  • Pope Francis arrives in Myanmar amid humanitarian crisis
  • I’m ready for a debate with you any day,’ Akinlade replies Adeola
  • South-South, South-East Governors demand increased revenue allocation
  • Atiku splits PDP governors
  • NNPC fails to remit N1.7tr into Federation Account
  • Bank directors with bad loans to go
  • EFCC amends charge against Diezani, Belgore, Suleiman
  • Presidency: suicide bombing last act of a dying terror group
  • ‘Libyan slave market’ footage sparks global fury
  • Pitch invasion forces Brazilian Serie A game to be abandoned
  • Dalung To Inspect African Wrestling Venue Today
  • Roma’s De Rossi apologises after losing his head at Genoa
  • Wike Challenge Cup: Adeniyi targets Africa Championship
  • BFN to release players ranking this week
  • Wike Wrestling Challenge Cup: Kolawole grabs first gold for MFM
  • Full Time: Huddersfield 1-2 Man City (Sterling, Aguero Complete Turnaround)
  • Vivacious atmosphere at ABU convocation in Zaria
  • Ikpeazu calls for increased allocation to federal universities of agriculture
  • Umahi appoints Ex- Deputy Gov. EBSU acting VC
  • Igbinedion Varsity offers scholarships to 360 students
  • UNILAG researches into solar power
  • I’m ready for a debate with you any day,’ Akinlade replies Adeola
  • Atiku: In pursuit of a life time ambition
  • 2019: It’s too early to declare my ambition- Tambuwal

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Punch

  • Oscar Pistorius: From global icon to broke, broken Olympian
  • Mnangagwa: the ruthless Crocodile now ruling Zimbabwe
  • Zimbabwean army hands over finance minister to police
  • BREAKING: Mnangagwa sworn in as Zimbabwe’s new president
  • Turkey to detain 79 former teachers in post-coup probe
  • Shoprite offers 50% discount on Black Friday sales
  • Buhari and the second term controversy
  • South African court doubles Pistorius sentence
  • Mnangagwa to be sworn in as Zimbabwe president
  • Drink-driving policeman kills graduate in Lagos
  • Roberto Carlos set for Nigeria
  • Atiku leaves APC
  • Maina still receiving salary, lawyer tells Reps
  • Ode to Mugabe, the disgraced husband of Grace
  • Refineries won’t work despite govt’s spending – Marketers
  • Drink-driving policeman kills graduate in Lagos
  • Police arrest man for allegedly defiling 10-year-old daughter
  • Guard collects N3,000, aids assailant to attack family
  • Five nabbed for attacking minister’s house, snatching vehicle
  • Niger police nab robber, recover 80 cows, 23 sheep
  • Four injured as customs seize eight tokunbo vehicles

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Guardian

  • Mugabe “glowed” with relief after he quit, says priest
  • 500 prominent Nigerians get tax status letters today
  • How $70 million Lagos redevelopment scheme will transform Oshodi
  • Why CBN retains rates, by Godwin Emefiele
  • Boko Haram kills three soldiers, wounds six in Borno
  • Zimbabwe police, army to patrol together after Mugabe ouster
  • Opposition candidate leading Honduras presidential poll
  • 10 Qaeda suspects killed in Yemen drone strikes
  • Rohingya still fleeing Myanmar despite repatriation deal
  • Pope arrives in Myanmar on high-stakes visit
  • FG, firm sign power purchase agreement on 40mw
  • Neymar puts PSG on cloud nine at Monaco
  • Five things we learned from the Premier League
  • Akpoguma scores Bundesliga’s 1000th own goal as Hoffenheim lose 0-3 at Hamburg
  • NFF to facilitate fans’ trip to Russia 2018 World Cup
  • Rivers, Lagos sure of winning Wike Wrestling Championship
  • NOC waits on NBBF to reach resolution as FIBA’s November 30 deadline looms
  • The post-Mugabe era in Zimbabwe
  • Cassava is positively impacting Mozambican smallholder farmers
  • Delta economic think-tank empowers ‘agripreneurs’
  • Digital currency trading is gambling, says NDIC
  • President Buhari visits South East
  • Fixing Nigeria’s economic growth
  • Taking us on a jolly ride
  • Anambra PDP agrees on consensus for convention
  • 15 years after, Tinubu seeks Afenifere in new direction for Southwest politics
  • There is fever in Delta PDP, says Emerhor
  • Prince Harry To Marry Meghan Markle In 2018
  • Celebrity Looks At ELOY Awards 2017
  • South African Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters Crowned Miss Universe 2017
  • ‘Nigeria office market has swung into tenants’ favour’
  • ‘Amina Mohammed not under probe over rosewood exports’
  • Ogun scheme curbs property fraud

(www.guardian.ng)

 

The Sun

  • Malami’s allegation: Fayose bombs Falana
  • Maina: Over 66 accounts used in pension fraud –Malami
  • Abia 2019: World Igbo Congress vows to stop Ikpeazu’s re-election
  • Boko Haram invades military base, kills 3 soldiers
  • Restructuring does not mean secession –Dickson
  • Buhari’ll address South East marginalisation -Kalu
  • IBB’s 2015 plot against Buhari exposed
  • Atiku plots mass movement to PDP
  • 019 guber: You can’t win Akwa Ibom if I don’t contest –Udoedehe
  • Aero Contractors fleet drops to 2
  • PDP chair: N’ West delegates host Tunde Adeniran
  • Fires razes female hostels at FGC Keffi
  • NITDA, EFCC collaborate on IT projects clearance
  • Ekiti 2018: I’m better than 20 of Fayose’s anointed candidates – Dele Okeya
  • Work for sustenance of peace, Wike tells Ateke
  • Indian PM kicks off election campaign in home state
  • Honduran President, challenger claim victory in presidential election
  • Mugabe ‘glowed’ with relief after leaving office – priest
  • 2019: I’ve got what it takes to lead PDP to victory – Secondus
  • Bode George urges Atiku to return to PDP
  • Why we want Tinubu, Oando’s CEO, removed –Mukhtar, TSA boss
  • Fireworks over Discos’ threat to dump power assets
  • Making mega-bucks from animal husbandry
  • Wike national wrestling championships filled with debutantes
  • Group to sponsor talented amateur footballers in Bauchi
  • Half of those who voted for Qatar World Cup 2022 are ‘corrupt, detained or dead’

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Adeniran, Agbaje, Daniel Emerge Front Runners in PDP Chairmanship Race
  • Attractive TB Yields Threaten Banks’ Savings Mobilisation
  • In Readiness for Return, Atiku Meets with PDP Bigwigs in N’East
  • NJC C’ttee to Fast-track Corruption Trials with New Practice Directions
  • FG Pays N164.7m Tuition Fees for Chibok Girls
  • Buhari: FG Tackling Suicide Bombings
  • Buhari to Participate in Nigeria EU-AU Summit in Abidjan Wednesday
  • Publish List of High Profile Corruption Cases, Senior Lawyer Tells NJC C’ttee
  • Lagos Serves Contravention Notices on Illegal Buildings in Ikoyi, VI
  • FG Reviews Tax Profiles of Companies with Major Payments from 2012
  • FG Yet to Release Take-off grant to Agric Varsity 25 Years After
  • LASG Task Force Arrests 19 Motorists for Driving Against Traffic
  • Shettima is Broad-minded and Fair to All, Say Catholic Bishops
  • Badoo Gang Resumes Reign of Terror
  • 2019: SDP Begins Talks with Other Parties
  • Abba-Gana Eulogises Ekwueme
  • Kalu Bags Honourary Doctorate Degree From Unn
  • 20 Convicted for Child Abuse-related Offences in Ekiti
  • A’Ibom Gov Announces Budget of over N651.5bn for 2018
  • …Lagos to Shut Down Oba Akran Avenue in Ikeja For Street Carnival
  • Coalition Petitions N’Assembly over Ceding of Nigerian Waterways Security to Foreign Firm
  • Accidental Discharge from Vigilante Operative’s Gun Kills Father of Four
  • APGA Hails INEC on Anambra Senatorial Election Rerun
  • 2019: Coalition of Forces, Not PDP Can Defeat Buhari, Okupe Insists
  • Delta Monarch Lauds PANDEF, PNDPC Merger
  • Nigeria’s Real Estate Market Projected to Turn the Corner in 2018
  • 2019 Presidency: Bafarawa Disowns Campaign Posters, Says He’s Still Consulting
  • Lagos Speaker Commends Nigerian Army over Introduction of Indigenous Language
  • Operators Decry Misinformation in Broadcast Digitisation Process

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Guardian

  • Fires Razes 2 Female Hostels At FGC Keffi 12:21 PMBuhari To Attend EU-AU Summit In Abidjan
  • Ezenwa Dumps FC Ifeanyi Uba
  • FG Ready To Support Individuals, Stakeholders To Develop Creative Industry, Says Lai Mohammed
  • Police Detain 90 Suspects In Telecom Fraud Case
  • Zimbabwe Cabinet Pick To Show If Mnangagwa Is Breaking With The Past
  • Army Says Looting Almost Crumbled Zimbabwe
  • Chechen Leader, Amid Reshuffles, Says Ready To Die For Putin
  • Mourinho Praises Lukaku’s Work Rate
  • Breaking!!!Prince Harry To Marry His American Girlfriend, Meghan Markle
  • 2018 World Cup: Russian Female Thugs Lie In Wait For England Fans
  • NITDA, EFCC Collaborate On IT Projects Clearance
  • Breaking: AC Milan Sack Montella, Make Gattuso Coach
  • S. Should Recognise Failure Of Strategy On Afghanistan – Ex-President Karzai
  • Fires Razes 2 Female Hostels At FGC Keffi
  • Miss South Africa Wins #MissUniverse 2017 Title
  • Ekwueme Laid Nigeria’s Modern Democratic Foundation – Gov Ishaku
  • Atiku meets North-East PDP, says Buhari dividing Nigeria along ethnic, religious lines
  • Atiku: PDP is now re-engineered to take over power in 2019 – Bode George, Usman
  • Reps caucus berates Tinubu over attack on Jonathan
  • They rained bullets on Ian Squire after he played ‘Amazing Grace with guitar – British missionaries
  • Q3’17: 22 manufacturing companies borrow N839.2bn
  • My months in Libya were hell, says returnee father of 5
  • BOKO HARAM: Buhari vows to rescue remaining Chibok Girls
  • Buhari’s Administration, a threat to national unity – Atiku
  • 2019: Igbo in Abuja begin campaigns for Buhari
  • Mourinho praises Lukaku’s work rate
  • 2018 World Cup: Russian female thugs lie in wait for England fans
  • Breaking: AC Milan sack Montella, make Gattuso coach
  • Onazi faults FIFA ranking
  • Delta community appeals to NDDC to complete abandoned road project
  • Lagos okada riders to get identification within 3 days or risk arrest
  • Street beggars take over Aba
  • Abia community laments deplorable condition of roads in the area

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Tribune

  • Don’t pray alone, act in faith to receive from God, Rev Raphael charges Christians
  • Lagos PDP finally holds state congress, elects Salvador as chairman
  • Ladoja not right to say there is no Crisis in Oyo PDP —Olopoenia
  • She goes through my phone, fights and accuses me of being unfaithful to her —Man
  • Looters trial: NJC panel set to meet with EFCC, ICPC
  • Accidental discharge claims father of 4 in Anambra
  • He tore my clothes, beat our daughter blue black for starting menstruation early —Wife
  • Suicide Bombing: Last acts of dying terror group ― Buhari
  • Rivers APC warns members against attacks on party leadership
  • Wike charges new monarch Ateke Tom to sustain peace in Okrika
  • PDP National Chairman: Fayose canvasses for S/W candidate
  • FG seals off 339 pharmacies, illegal patent and medicine stores
  • 53-year-old lawyer arraigned for N6m fraud
  • Lowo Oyediran’s murder: Wife knows fate
  • He divided our bed into 2 with a marker, warned me never to lie beyond the line —Wife
  • Why FG budgets are dysfunctional ―Prof Ojowu
  • PDP chairman: Secondus decries attack, blackmail
  • Ambode’s wife calls for end to discrimination against women, girls
  • Oyo Govt to rehabilitate 100 schools with N2bn
  • 2019: Ogun governorship aspirants accept Adeola’s challenge to public debate
  • Driving against traffic: Task Force to confiscate 18 more vehicles
  • MEST launches incubator spaces in Lagos, Cape Town as programme scales across Africa
  • Applications open for Westerwelle Young Founders Programme for entrepreneurs
  • 3 steps to creating an effective sales strategy
  • USADF is funding agripreneurs with $250,000
  • FG committed to reducing NOMA disease —Minister
  • ‘Road accidents, still the commonest cause of emergency in Nigeria’
  • Hurdles before effective health insurance — AGPMPN
  • NCDC launches five-year plan on disease control
  • He left me for another woman after I fed him fat and made him look attractive —Wife
  • Lafarge Africa opens subscription for fresh N131.65bn
  • Equities market closes at 39.04% YtD
  • Q3: FCMB Group records 56.14% PBT decrease
  • Unilever increases shares to 5.5bn with additional listing

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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