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Here are the major headlines for Monday, October 16, 2017


The Sun

  • Church not doing enough on corruption, says Osinbajo
  • Na’Abba hits Buhari, OBJ, Jonathan
  • Why we’re still taking foreign loans – FG
  • Evans’ lawyer, Police tango over assets, alleged sexual molestation
  • NNPC $25bn oil deal doesn’t exist –Presidency
  • Buhari’s integrity at stake, says Page, US intelligence expert
  • Wike, Real Madrid meet to finalise arrangements for football academy
  • Finally, Operation Python Dance II ends in South-East
  • Anambra poll: Ooni of Ife, Okija community endorse Obiano
  • Akwa United emulates Eagles
  • 2019: PDP’ll take over Lugard House in Kogi, says ex-gov Idris
  • Austria elections: Sebastian Kurz’s People’s Party leads vote
  • UN, US condemn Somalis worst bomb attacks
  • Not Too Young to Run Bill: Youths speak
  • Buhari is entitled to second term – Kalu
  • Ekiti 2018: I’ll defeat PDP if I win APC ticket – Okeya
  • Army urges Enugu residents not to panic over movement of troops
  • Oil jumps to $57.8 on fears of new Iran sanctions, Iraq conflict
  • Importation’ll kill economy if we don’t kill it – Umeofia, Erisco Foods boss
  • Protests greet FG’s request for new borrowings
  • Ahead Russia 2018: Dalung begs NASS for funds
  • Champions League: Victor Moses out of AS Roma clash
  • Akwa United emulates Eagles
  • CPC 19th Congress: China’s President XI faces re-election this week
  • Kebbi suspends polio immunisation exercise
  • 11th National Council on Environment meeting begins in Ogun Monday
  • Thabo Mbeki visits Obasanjo library, urges other ex-leaders to emulate feat
  • Fela used music to fight for liberation of masses – Ambode




  • Why Nigerians should tolerate our borrowings – FG
  • More outrage at alleged Buhari’s directive to World Bank
  • Clinton accuses WikiLeaks of blunting impact of crude Trump tape
  • Akwa United reclaims Federation Cup, defeats Niger Tornadoes 3-2
  • Catalan leader stalls on independence drive
  • China’s Xi caught between Kim nukes, Trump tweets
  • No allocation to Aso Rock clinic in 2017, says Presidency
  • $25b NNPC contracts not awarded, presidency insists
  • The world took notice of African art, music because of Fela, says Ambode
  • 50 patients abandoned in Ogun psychiatric hospital, says provost
  • Kane’s Champions League rise faces Real acid test
  • Indonesian goalkeeper dies after mid-game collision
  • FIFA names Gabonese referee for Algeria, Nigeria game
  • Stop begging Nigeria-born foreign players to play for Eagles, Onigbinde tells NFF
  • In Benin, NWFL Super Four points way forward for women football
  • Vata Group boss donates equipment to Ondo State youths
  • China’s curious engagements in Africa
  • Pesticides lowering sperm counts, doubling rates of testicular cancer
  • IMF sees improved forex market in Nigeria as reserves hit $33 billion
  • NAICOM to drive industry penetration with states’ engagement
  • Financial stocks boost NSE’s turnover by 87.8%
  • The Kachikwu–Baru management crisis
  • Constitutional provisions: Nigerian president and the congress
  • Nigeria as a coat of many colours – Part 1
  • 2019 Presidency: National convention as factor for PDP’s relevance
  • Lagos government, lawmaker caution against volatile comments
  • ‘NCP will redeem Nigeria from poverty’
  • Nigeria to adopt African position in Bonn climate change negotiations
  • Developer launches luxury Le Moriah Residences in Lagos
  • Subscribers allege rip-off over Mainland Gardens’ project
  • Saudi Arabia cancels charity gig by Egyptian pop star
  • Australian model latest to accuse Weinstein of harassment
  • Ai Weiwei on art, exile and refugee film ‘Human Flow’
  • Gunmen kill three NDLEA officers in Okene
  • How To Make Sweet Potato Breakfast Bake
  • Food marketing, policies, pricing behind tenfold rise in childhood, adolescent obesity in four decades




  • No More Hate Speeches But Hate Actions?
  • No Hiding Place For Politicians In Niyi Osundare’s Poem
  • Police: 8 Dead, 21 Rescued As Boat Carrying Rohingya Sinks Off Bangladesh
  • Medical Outreach Part Of Armed Forces’ Constitutional Responsibility – Enenche
  • Libyan Army Prepares To Take Over Western City Of Zawiya – Military Source
  • Ex-South Korean President Views Corruption Trial As “Political Revenge”
  • Before We Bring Back Toll Plazas
  • Ibadan New Kings Saga: Defeated Seriki Line Taunts Ajimobi, Olubadan
  • Akwa Ibom Police Burst Ukanafun Killing Cartel, Nab 15 Suspects
  • IYC Faults Buhari’s Handling Of Kachikwu’s Allegation Against Baru
  • Oil Jumps To $57.8 On Fears Of New Iran Sanctions, Iraq Conflict
  • Mixed Market Sentiment To Trail Equities Market This Week
  • Authorities Say Death Toll From Somalia Bomb Attacks Rises To 300
  • Be Patience With Buhari, He Has Good Plans – Sen. Gaya
  • Officers’ Promotion Exam: Army Urge Enugu Residents Not To Panic
  • N224bn Inflow To Boost Interbank Liquidity
  • Rotten Yams: By All Standards Yams From Nigeria Far Better In Terms Of Quality, Taste, – Exporter
  • $5.5bn loan request: PDP, APC at war as FG explains borrowings




  • BREAKING: Spain sets Thursday deadline for ‘clarity’ over Catalan independence
  • Yobe tackles open defecation with 200 public toilets
  • Sexual abuse: #MeToo trends on Twitter
  • Catalan leader stalls on independence drive
  • Man City vs Napoli: rhapsody in sky blue
  • Kane’s Champions League rise faces Real acid test
  • Goalkeeper dies after on-pitch collision with teammate
  • Meet Catalonia’s powerful independence lobbyists
  • World Food Day: FCTA urges residents to embrace farming
  • Catalan leader wants to meet Spain’s PM as soon as possible
  • We source 75% of raw materials locally – Guinness MD
  • Grenadines woos investors to Nigeria’s real estate industry
  • Things to know about personal loans
  • How gunmen killed three NDLEA men in Kogi
  • Unilever’s Knorr celebrates World Food Day with #SHARETHEMEAL
  • Yobe tackles open defecation with 200 public toilets
  • How gunmen killed three NDLEA men in Kogi
  • Alleged adultery: Mob beats man to death in Abia community
  • Police nab 14-year-old girl, others for beheading man
  • Woman faces murder charge over stepson’s death
  • Six killed, houses burnt as Fulani herdsmen defy Plateau curfew
  • Police sergeant, retired ASP arrested for ‘robbery’ in Lagos hotel
  • Niger civil servants remanded for forging promotion letters
  • Kidnapped zoo director, Ehanire, regains freedom
  • Ngige attacks Obi over Anambra poll
  • Group attacks Okorocha for erecting Zuma’s statue in Imo
  • Allow S’West to produce PDP chair – Deputy zonal chairman
  • Ex-Taraba Speaker, others defect to PDP
  • We support call for restructuring Nigeria – CAC president
  • Communities threaten to boycott elections over collapsed road
  • Buhari’s failure pushing Atiku to contest in 2019 –Group
  • Insubordination by Buhari’s appointees one too many
  • God’ll determine deputy gov candidate, says Fayose
  • We source 75% of raw materials locally – Guinness MD
  • Grenadines woos investors to Nigeria’s real estate industry
  • Things to know about personal loans
  • We must borrow more to deliver infrastructure —Adeosun
  • Six mistakes to avoid when taking out loans
  • 5bn of shares traded last week – NSE
  • Easy way to lose weight without diet and sports! -10kg in 7 days!
  • Polyamorous couple married for 22 years claims their children have no issues with it
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  • [PHOTOS] Man escapes death from 23ft python, gets horrible injuries
  • Moyo Lawal speaks for robbery victims




  • Beware of Nigeria’s fraudulent anti-corruption civil society groups, Okonjo-Iweala tells IMF
  • Lawyer demands N165m from Hyundai Motors over alleged sale of defective vehicle
  • Kidnappers release abducted Minister’s brother in Edo
  • Government alone cannot eradicate poverty ―Dogara
  • Let the court decide, Oyo APC tells Seriki head, others
  • Police arraigns 4 over alleged N131.2m fraud
  • Adeyemi commends Kogi govt on Omi Rice revolution
  • God, court will deliver judgement on illegalities against me, says abolished Seriki
  • Nigerians must tolerate more debt for FG to deliver infrastructure ―Adeosun
  • CCIC announces camp meeting 2017 with Nathaniel Bassey
  • 2m fraud: Court to rule on bail application October 24
  • CCIC announces camp meeting 2017 with Nathaniel Bassey
  • Emefiele says science, technology, innovation, key to development
  • Southern leaders condemn discriminatory directive to World Bank
  • Fela used music to fight for liberation of the masses ―Ambode
  • Eagleserve bags AAAN certification
  • Experts rate new report high on in-depth media overview
  • Why CSR remains an important part of our DNA —Dufil Prima Foods
  • Equities trading advances by 1.45%, adds N181.5bn in one week
  • Fidelity Bank issues $400m Eurobond
  • NSE: Foreign investments outperform domestic investments
  • Adedamola Idowu is betting Irinajo on global appetite for tourism
  • Our people are tired of being poor —Elumelu
  • TEF forum 2017: When Elumelu hosted world’s largest gathering of African entrepreneurs
  • Red Cross, Afrxim commit over $100m to developing African entrepreneurship space


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