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Here are the major headlines for Monday, November 6, 2017

The Nation

  • SON impounds 560bags of sugar in Kebbi
  • Nursing mother, two others arraigned for burglary in Ekiti
  • PDP sweeps Enugu council polls
  • Insurgency: Buratai lauds troops’, promises prompt payment of allowances
  • Australian PM to force lawmakers to declare citizenship to end political crisis
  • Police arrest cartoonist for caricature of politicians, officials
  • Aruna Quadri draws European stars at German Open
  • Katsina inaugurates Local Peace Committees
  • Typhoon Damrey kills at least 49 in Vietnam
  • IMF sees Uganda 2017/18 growth at 5 per cent
  • ICCOBA lauds Obaseki’s policies on education
  • 11 Saudi princes accused of bribery, embezzlement -official
  • S., Niger disagree on what happened on fatal mission
  • Oil hits highest levels since 2015 amid tightening markets, Saudi purge
  • Congo sets presidential election for December 2018
  • Aruna Quadri draws European stars at German Open
  • How Ronaldo, Isco, Casemiro Save Zidane From Madrid Sack
  • FIBA 3×3 Africa Cup: Dike earns MVP honors
  • D’Tigers are African champions again!
  • Chelsea 1-0 Man Utd: How Jose Mourinho was Humbled at Stamford Bridge
  • Premier League: Manchester City 3 -1 Arsenal at Etihad
  • Cavani on target as PSG crush Angers
  • Paris Club refund: Three more governors indicted
  • Gunman kills 27 in Texas church shooting
  • $350m Eurobond invested by govt, documents reveal
  • Banks may recall loans over BVN
  • Court stops Army from demolishing homes
  • AGF stops Obono-Obla panel
  • Fun, rewards as AFRIFF 2017 ends with Globe Awards
  • Book on female directors for launch in Lagos
  • Iya Rainbow set for ‘The Saint’
  • Useful information before and during pregnancy
  • Star clinic introduces free health care service to Ikorodu
  • LASUTH to screen staff for mental health
  • PDP aspirant unfolds agenda
  • 2019: Division in Ogun West Elders Forum
  • ‘How Northeast Development Commission can succeed’

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Punch

  • Saudi monarch hosts Lebanese PM after shock resignation
  • MMM officially closes shop, announces restart
  • Indian police arrest cartoonist for caricature of politicians, officials
  • Saudi prince killed in helicopter crash
  • Nigerian kidney patient stranded in India for two years
  • Man City will be hard to stop, warns angry Wenger
  • US shooting: Guns not to blame – Trump
  • Buhari’s anti-graft war one-sided, says CAN president
  • Oil prices hit highest levels since 2015 amid tightening markets, Saudi purge
  • Time for ‘patience’ on North Korea is over, says Trump
  • Iran behind missile attack on Riyadh, says Saudi Arabia
  • Is Buhari right to appoint 83-year-old as ambassador?
  • 13-year-old pupil flees with boyfriend in Lagos
  • Mainagate: One scandal too many!
  • Family rejects police N.3m compensation for dead vulcaniser
  • Nigerian kidney patient stranded in India for two years
  • 13-year-old pupil flees with boyfriend in Lagos
  • Family rejects police N.3m compensation for dead vulcaniser
  • Abuja kidnapper lures toddler with biscuit
  • Forced marriage: Abducted teenager freed from Emir’s palace
  • Court stops military from demolishing houses in estate
  • Gunmen kidnap artisan, cousin near Ondo police station
  • Herdsmen kill, bury colleague in Ogun
  • Robbers attack Kaduna-bound commuters, others
  • APC kicks as PDP sweeps Enugu LG polls
  • Osun PDP factional supporters clash over congress results
  • Enugu LG poll: Police arrest four suspects, investigate explosions
  • Ladoja, Makinde hold separate congesses
  • My book on corruption makes me laugh all the way to the bank – Melaye
  • Gunmen kill Plateau ADP chieftain
  • Let’s bury our differences, Dickson urges Bayelsans
  • Plateau ADP chairman, Josiah Waziri Fursom, assassinated
  • Trump doesn’t know what it means to be president –George Bush
  • Oil prices hit highest levels since 2015 amid tightening markets, Saudi purge
  • Global greenhouse gas concentrations rise to new record
  • 1,200 foreigners get Greek residency annually by acquiring property
  • Dangote pledges $100m to tackle malnutrition in Nigeria
  • BVN: Banks move to stop deposit forfeiture, lobby AGF
  • FG uncovers 800,000 companies that never paid taxes
  • Scientists tell about the way to lose weight fast on live stream. Click
  • Why I’m not yet married –Ebube Nwagbo

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • $3b down the drain, oil in north remains elusive
  • 2017 to be among three hottest years in history
  • Gunman kills 26 at Texas church service
  • Rohr may invite new players as Argentina land in Russia today
  • Yemen hostage crisis claimed by IS ends with 35 dead
  • SON impounds 560bags of sugar
  • Trump vows cooperation on Japanese abducted by North Korea
  • Operation “Harbin Kunama ll” to commence in Zamfara in December
  • Vigilance group’s stray bullet kills Auchi Poly student during graduation party
  • ‘Deployment of N388b London Paris Club largesse confidential’
  • Real roll over Las Palmas to calm crisis talk
  • Mikel nominated for Player of the Year Award in China
  • Wenger, Guardiola disagree over referee’s influence at Etihad
  • Injury knocks Super Eagles’ Moses Simon out of Argentina friendly
  • Samson Siasia stadium to be ready by December, says contractor
  • Zenith Delta Principals Cup has come to stay, says Ighade
  • NAICOM to beam searchlight on premium rating in 2018
  • Stakeholders fault second runway for Abuja airport
  • 2020 financial inclusion target on course, but slow, says report
  • Trans-corruption agenda and a critic’s blunders!
  • Lessons from Spain’s Catalonia, Iraq’s Kurdistan and Nigeria’s Biafra
  • Fela’s headless statue as failed mimicry
  • Melaye, Bello’s aide disagree over attack on Senator
  • Kogi’s mix of politics and workers’ unrest
  • Ishaku, Dankwambo hopeful of PDP’s victory in 2019
  • Investors seek $1.2m refund as Enugu cancels Hotel Presidential contract
  • NSE council approves structural engineers for designs
  • How to achieve pollution-free environment
  • Police uncover 106 bags of Indian hemp in Ondo
  • Why Christopher Okigbo matters 50 years after
  • Caffeine may prolong life for kidney disease patients

(www.guardian.ng)         

 

The Sun

  • Buhari alone in fight against corruption – Sen. Zwingina
  • 160 Reps reject official cars
  • PDP sweeps Enugu council polls
  • OYC hits group for opposing Ikpeazu’s second term
  • Niger Delta elders reach out to Avengers to halt planned attacks
  • Wike unveils secret of success at Chatham House
  • Buhari, Sultan, Shekau others make global most powerful Muslims list
  • 2019: UN confident of credible polls
  • AGF in another controversy
  • FG promises tax evaders hell
  • Oil hits highest levels since 2015 amid tightening
  • Katsina govt. inaugurates Local Peace c’ittees
  • PDP vows to take over Kebbi as new excos sworn in
  • Insurgency: Buratai lauds troops’ commitment, promises prompt payment of allowances
  • Don wants street in Abuja named after Prof. Mabogunje
  • Bagudu approves N145m corps members’ 25 months arrears
  • Korea imposes sanctions on 18 North Koreans
  • Belgium frees deposed Catalan leader pending trial
  • Australian PM to force lawmakers to declare citizenship
  • Buhari remains stabilising factor in Nigeria – Shettima
  • Herdsmen attack: Why we raised alarm – Ujege
  • Why Lagos is working – Mohammed
  • 18 bio-fortified food varieties released in Nigeria
  • Gwarzogate: Anxiety mounts as SEC DG jets out to London
  • Inventors should protect their inventions – Dr. Ibrahim, NOTAP boss
  • Nigeria wins first FIBA 3X3 Africa Cup
  • How Chelsea mauled Manchester Utd
  • Eagles’ injury worries deepen
  • North Korea crisis: Why China insists on regional peace, by experts

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Trump Visit: S. Korea Imposes Sanctions On 18 North Koreans
  • Insurgency: Troops To Get Outstanding Allowances This Week – Buratai
  • Trump: Texas Shooting ‘Mental Health Problem At Highest Level’
  • FG Releases Operational Allowances For Troops Fighting Terrorism As Soldier Writes Buhari
  • Congo Sets Presidential Election For December
  • Trump: Texas Shooting ‘Mental Health Problem At Highest Level’
  • 2019: PDP Can’t Get It On A Platter Of Gold – Bafarawa
  • Breaking: Militant Group Offers To Lead Security Agents To Tompolo’s Hideout
  • Mainagate Latest: Hands Off, Shut Up; Presidency Tells Obla-Obono
  • N120bn Bribery Allegation: IGP Slams N5bn Defamation Suit Against Misau
  • CAN President: Whose Interest?
  • Ajibade’s equaliser helps Falconets hold hosts Morocco
  • United boss Mourinho defiant after Chelsea defeat
  • How Manchester City beat Arsenal 3-1
  • Manchester City vs Arsenal: Physical level very good but the decisions …- Wenger
  • Mainagate latest: Hands off, shut up; Presidency tells Obla-Obono
  • N120bn bribery allegation: IGP slams N5bn defamation suit against Misau
  • Igbo’ll produce president in 2023 — Kalu
  • Crisis as scarcity of anti-venom hits Nigeria: 6 die from snakebite daily; 250 killed in last 3 weeks
  • Don’t resume hostilities, Clark, N-Delta leaders beg Avengers
  • Nigeria’s external reserves to hit 3yr high of $35bn
  • Gunman kills 20 worshippers at Texas church
  • Buhari’s Appointments: ‘South West Nigeria took lion share’
  • Breaking: Two allegedly shot as police, Shi’ites clash in Kano
  • Oshodi interchange: Adhere to safety measures, Lagos warns motorists, residents
  • Ambode commissions 3 executive boats, 4 Jet
  • Skis ‘This is the end of killings for cows in our communities!’
  • Boundary dispute: Over 10,000 Ebonyi indigenes access free medical treatment
  • NAICOM laments non-compliance with compulsory insurances
  • Billions spent on dredging River Niger haven’t yielded no fruits — Boss Mustapha
  • 9 insurance companies owe N25bn legacy pension funds to PTAD
  • First Bank: Bullish trading drives YtD to highs
  • Obey, Oyedepo, Tunde Ayeni, others honoured
  • My encounter with death — Felicia Fred
  • Hit and Misses of James Abinibi’s ‘Mentally’
  • I know when a man loves me – Bella Ebinum
  • The Igbo Pyramids: Mysteries Yet To Be Unraveled
  • Herdsmen Arrested For Killing Colleague In Ogun
  • NAICOM Laments Non-Compliance With Compulsory Insurances
  • Katsina APC Led Govt Is A Failure, Incurred N77.7bn As Loan – PDP
  • For N10,000 ‘Chief Pimp’ Arranges Borno Students For Men—NSCDC

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

ThisDay

  • FX Transactions on I&E Window Hit $18.36bn, Rates Converge at N360
  • FG Sacks Obono-Obla as Chairman Public Assets Recovery Panel
  • 2019: N’Assembly Delaying Our Preparations, Says INEC
  • Billionaire Prince, Bin Talal, Among Dozens Arrested in Saudi Sweep
  • PDP Candidates Clear Enugu Council Polls
  • Nigeria Not an Oil Economy, Says Adeosun
  • Omokri: Buhari Has No Intention, Capacity to Hold Credible Election
  • Ayade: UN Paying Lip Service to Crisis in Southern Cameroon
  • OGSSOBA Celebrates School’s Golden Jubilee
  • Daniel, Group Kick as BoT Members Endorse Candidates for PDP Chairmanship Post
  • Strengthen PENCOM, PTAD to Avoid Mistakes of the Past, NLC Advises Buhari
  • UN Predicts 2019 Elections Will Be Violence-free
  • Dangote Foundation Pledges $100m to Fight Malnutrition
  • Two Persons Killed in Police, Shiite Clash in Kano
  • Gbaramatu Kingdom Appeals to Avengers to Abort Plans to Resume Hostilities
  • Alleged Disbarment: Oddiri Faults Supreme Court Chief Registrar’s Letter
  • Shittu: FG Awaiting EFCC Investigation on NITDA’s 2017 Budget
  • Oshodi Interchange: Adhere To Safety Measures, Lagos Counsels Motorists, Residents
  • Lagos Targets 2million Passengers On Water Daily
  • Kaduna Electric Donates Power Transformer to Danfodiyo Varsity
  • Court to Deliver Judgment in Suit over Withdrawal of SAN from Lawyer Tomorrow
  • SGF, CoS, Others Yet to Carry out Buhari’s Directive on Reinstatement of Female Auditor
  • Alleged Embezzlement of N563m Rocks NPS Cooperative Society in Edo
  • Bayelsa Govt, NLC Squabble over Unpaid Salaries, Debt Burden
  • International Lied About Alleged Military Human Rights Abuses, Says Group
  • Edo Govt Shops for New Investor for Ava Cement Factory
  • OAU Denies Increase in Tuition Fees
  • FG Sacks Obono-Obla as Chairman Public Assets Recovery Panel
  • 2019: N’Assembly Delaying Our Preparations, Says INEC
  • Billionaire Prince, Bin Talal, Among Dozens Arrested in Saudi Sweep
  • PDP Candidates Clear Enugu Council Polls
  • Nigeria Not an Oil Economy, Says Adeosun
  • Omokri: Buhari Has No Intention, Capacity to Hold Credible Election
  • Stanbic IBTC Empowers SMEs
  • Ecobank Takes Financial Literacy to Students
  • ACCA Partners CITN on Capacity Building
  • Courtville Business Solutions Grows Profit by 60% in Nine Months

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • FG investigates 800,000 firms over tax payment default ―Adeosun
  • Ondo communities protest exclusion from Ondo/Ogun inter-state boundary
  • Policewoman escapes kidnap by ritualists in Akure, as gunmen abduct man in Ondo
  • We’re helping Nigeria to build capacity in different fields ―Chevron
  • Farmer commits suicide in Ilorin
  • NECO: Niger govt donates N11m scratch cards to students
  • Ooni: Yorubas must learn their history, put it to good use
  • IBB, Babangida, Lagos, 3rd mainland bridge
  • IBB plans scholarship to immortalize late wife, Maryam
  • Alaafin, Oluwo, Oyo AD condole with Tinubu over son’s death
  • Air Force destroys building hosting terrorists
  • Fresh alert over Tomato Ebola outbreak in Nigeria
  • Emir of Kano sacks 2 traditional rulers over extortion
  • 3,000 herdsmen have relocated from Benue —Herdsmen national coordinator
  • Enugu LG poll: 2 injured, 3 arrested as explosion rocks state
  • Anambra guber poll: APGA, APC trade words
  • Imoke, INEC officials, caretaker committee in attendance as Oyo PDP holds state congress
  • Suspected thugs attack Melaye in Kabba
  • State Congress: Ogun PDP elects new executives
  • 21 years after; Azikwe’s mausoleum still uncompleted ―Wife
  • Mozambique’s solar project wins Phanes Group’s first solar incubator
  • UK’s defence chief resigns over sex allegations, PM announces replacement
  • Trump demands death penalty for New York truck attack suspect
  • Graphic images! Imagine embarrassing photos shoppers posted online in mirror selfie
  • TEF ’s 7 years of ‘creating legacy’
  • Okuboyejo, other entrepreneurs to attend start-up conference in Sweden
  • Intrapreneurship key to Africa’s future, says Thomson Reuters
  • Ericsson launches 2019 Ericsson Inn
  • African growth: Business spending projected at $3.5trn by 2025 —Osibanjo
  • How new debt strategy will propel development ―Adeosun
  • Our strategy will mitigate debt service risk ―FG
  • Hilton, Transcorp Hotels signs 20-year management extension agreement
  • Nestle’s N15 interim dividend due to strenghtened operations —MD/CEO
  • Presco records loss of N196m in Q3:2017
  • Diamond Bank to focus on Nigeria, sells West African banking operations
  • Guinness records 24% increase in gross profit, oversubscribed Right Issue

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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