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Here are the major headlines for Monday, October 30, 2017

Punch

  • NBBF mourns late Nigerian basketball star, Daniel Daudu
  • Two female suicide bombers killed in Maiduguri
  • Sankara dumps PDP for APC
  • Suicide bomber attacks mosque in Maiduguri, kills five worshippers
  • Accident claims two in Ogun
  • Buhari has no chance in 2019 elections – Group
  • Brent crude sells above $60 per barrel on expected production cut extension
  • PSG, Barcelona on verge of Champions League last 16
  • Hollywood star Kevin Spacey comes out as gay
  • Accident: Retired Air Vice-Marshal, driver drown in Lagos Lagoon
  • Lagos : Married lovers found dead in vehicle
  • Corruption in the era of change
  • Policeman attacks immigration officer, breaks jaw, tooth
  • PDP chair: South-West group rejects George, others backs Secondus
  • Police invite Omisore over alleged attack on late Adeleke
  • Accident: Retired Air Vice-Marshal, driver drown in Lagos Lagoon
  • Lagos : Married lovers found dead in vehicle
  • Policeman attacks immigration officer, breaks jaw, tooth
  • DNA reveals suspected rapist as father of baby
  • 38-year-old dies after birth of quadruplets
  • SARS policemen shoot at moving car, injure businessman, friend
  • Groups allege plot by Fulani herdsmen to attack Benue
  • Undergraduate nabbed for impersonation, fraud
  • Politics not opportunity to amass wealth, says Buhari
  • Anambra poll: PPA begins campaign for Ezeemo
  • APC caucus, NEC meet over discipline, funding
  • Shettima justifies N’East commission
  • APGA’ll rule Anambra for 50 years – Soludo
  • Eight ways to avoid bad credit
  • Recoveries from whistle-blower policy exceeded our expectations – Adeosun
  • IMF wants Nigeria to stop tax holidays
  • CBN rules out naira fall as external reserves hit $34bn
  • Cassava glut: Farmers, processors squabble over prices
  • Naira closes at 363/dollar, CBN sells forex to manufacturers, airlines

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Nation

  • Anambra best in SDGs projects in Nigeria – Obiano’s aide
  • Edo to enact laws against human trafficking
  • Bauchi to disburse N46m to health facilities under NSHIP
  • IAEA D-G calls for increase in use of nuclear power for world’s energy needs
  • Army arrest fleeing Boko Haram members in Taraba
  • Liberia’s ruling party backs challenge to presidential result
  • Facebook to make its political ads more transparent
  • Ex Jigawa Senator dumps PDP
  • Ekiti NMA clamp down on quacks, illegal medical centres
  • Buhari hails Balarabe Musa’s honesty
  • Sokoto to connect solar power in rural areas
  • Obaseki to address shortage of Teachers
  • Two suicide bombers killed in Maiduguri
  • Senate invites IG-P over alleged unpaid N6.5bn revenue
  • Economic growth to rise to 3.4% in sub-Saharan Africa in 2018 – IMF
  • Nigeria wins 2nd Africa Zone 2 Junior Swimming Championship
  • Abakaliki Township Stadium renamed after Ebonyi’s oldest man
  • Premier League Table After Sunday’s Results (2017,Week 10)
  • NWFL condemns Police’ attack on Taraba Queens
  • Federer Claims Eighth Swiss Indoors Crown
  • Anthony Joshua’s Nose ‘Not Broken’, says Doctor
  • ITTF Challenge: Omotayo eyes knockout stage at Belgium Open
  • UNILAG 2017/2018 admission list
  • OAU’s student’s death: poor grades, depression, murder ?
  • Maina: NANS wants suspected accomplices suspended
  • Governing councils want colleges granted university status
  • Plateau polytechnic student jailed four years for rape
  • Technical varsity to run disruptive model
  • Nasarawa sacks polytechnic rector, other
  • Monkey pox: Kano confirms suspected victim
  • Research: Adherence to prescription can alter hypertension
  • Lagos trains workers on new strategies to curb terminal diseases
  • Young Nation unveils Madu
  • Niniola, M.I, others for Smirnoff nationwide tour
  • Banky W returns to school

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

The Sun

  • APC crisis: Plot against Oyegun thickens
  • N40bn debt: Senate panel summons IGP, DSS DG
  • Igbo traders close shops to hear Obiano speak in Lagos
  • Igbo leaders task Buhari on decayed infrastructure in South East
  • Wike receives global award today
  • Shareholders seek accelerated forensic audit of Oando
  • N500m lost to vandals in 10 months – DISCOS
  • Court to Saraki, Dogara: Account for N500bn
  • Mikel on target for Bursaspor as Ndidi shines for Leicester
  • Group tasks Nigerian leaders on selfless service
  • Facebook to make political ads more transparent on platform
  • Bauchi govt. to disburse N46m to health facilities under NSHIP
  • Passenger plane sabotaged before take-off in Sweden
  • France seeks UN funding to fight terror, smuggling in Africa’s Sahel
  • Petrol prices in UAE decrease for November
  • PDP chair: SW group wants support for Uche Secondus
  • Anambra election’ll be a tight race – Nwoye
  • PDP chairmanship: Reps Caucus to back best candidate
  • Diaspora BVN: Tension over forfeiture threat
  • Running business in Nigeria is like swimming against the tide – Manny Igbenoba
  • Mikel on target for Bursaspor as Ndidi shines for Leicester
  • Umahi renames Abakaliki stadium after late oldest citizen
  • Lagos police move against drug abuse, criminal activities in hotels, night clubs, bars
  • Ogun Vigilante Service gets new uniform
  • Ogun plans solar energy for Ipokia Poly
  • FUBK gets new VC
  • Army warns criminals in N’ Delta, ends Op. CROCODILE SMILE II

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Guardian

  • Five dead in suicide bombing in Maiduguri mosque
  • Middle East investors move to take over Nigerian airports
  • Fresh trouble for Atiku’s INTELS as OGFZA alleges rules’ violation
  • Investors worried about N10 million fraud allegations against SEC
  • Troops kill three Boko Haram insurgents, arrest one in Borno
  • Anambra best in SDGs projects in Nigeria – Obiano’s aide
  • Mass trial of Turkey alleged coup ringleaders resumes
  • Agriculture, ICT, greater than oil, says Rainoil boss, Ogbechie
  • Court orders National Assembly leadership to account for N500b spending
  • ‘Solar-powered cars for Nigerians by 2018’
  • Government, NMA begin clampdown on illegal medical centres in Ekiti State
  • Tough for City to match Arsenal ‘Invincibles’, says De Bruyne
  • Kane could face Real, says Spurs boss Pochettino
  • Five things we learned in the Premier League
  • Dikko deserves FIFA appointment, says Egbe
  • NWFL condemns police attack on Taraba Queens, urges state to pay players
  • Too many changes can ruin your team, Esin warns Rohr
  • Reserves near $34b mark despite interventions
  • Stanbic IBTC tasks employers on better life for retirees
  • BDCs seek CBN’s intervention in rising transaction charges by banks
  • For Awo, it is ‘an endless hallelujah’
  • Callousness of state governors
  • A healthy climate for healthy people
  • 2023 Presidency: Ohanaeze urges Igbo to make friends across Nigeria
  • Buhari’s second term in focus as APC holds NEC meeting
  • Integrity stands Adeniran out for PDP chairmanship, says Ciroma
  • Accused Of Sexual Harassment, Kevin Spacey Comes Out As Gay
  • A Different Vibe with Yung L
  • #MeToo Campaign Moves To The Streets Of France
  • Builders lament governments’ neglect, urge professionals’ collaboration
  • Investors eye $100b climate finance, FG’s NDC projects
  • Doctors back Lagos waste management reform

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Tribune

  • FG resetting economy to benefit citizens ―Adeosun
  • APC NEC: Tinubu, Akande, governors storm Abuja
  • Southeast governors, Ohanaeze, Ekweremadu, others want INEC not to shift Anambra election
  • PDP National Chairman: ‎Adeniran capable of rescuing PDP from its woes ―Adamu Ciroma
  • Kogi varsity ASUU drags govt to court over proscription, sack
  • Oyo State Governor Abiola Ajimobi
  • Multi-door court to commence in Oyo State
  • The Chairman of Labour Party, Mr Abdulkadir Abdulsalam
  • Due process was followed in removal of Abdulsalam ―Labour Party
  • Buhari is working hard ―Owa of Obokun
  • Oyo still ranks high on FGM
  • Osun, Ekiti highest in female genital mutilation in Nigeria, experts lament
  • ARG sets agenda for Southern govs calls for sustained collaboration
  • 3,500 participate in marathon for International Law for Peace
  • Osun 2018: Eligible electorate will choose between progressive movement or PDP rots ―APC
  • I’m sad paying half salary to Osun workers, political appointees —Aregbesola
  • Charity foundation for widows of Nigerian soldiers assist families in Kaduna
  • Customers make it difficult to deliver parcels in due time —GM, NIPOST
  • 2019: I am not contesting governorship election again —Ladoja
  • Encomiums as Awolowo Dosumu inaugurates Idotun road in Ikenne
  • Army threatens to demolish Ibadan estate, residents send distress message to Buhari, Oyo govt
  • Why we’re yet to meter all electricity consumers ―AEDC
  • Nigeria’s misery index worsens to 77.5%
  • CSCS Board appoints Haruna Jalo-Waziri as Chief Executive Officer
  • Kounty Kitchen launches online restaurant
  • Oyo NMA urges women’s support for health bill
  • 125,000 women vaccinated against tetanus in Oyo
  • Children may also experience urinary difficulties —Expert
  • Polio vaccines is safe, Islamic —Sultan of Sokoto
  • Why we’re yet to meter all electricity consumers ―AEDC
  • Nigeria’s misery index worsens to 77.5%
  • CSCS Board appoints Haruna Jalo-Waziri as Chief Executive Officer
  • Kounty Kitchen launches online restaurant
  • Somali police, intelligence chiefs fired after deadly hotel siege
  • Kenya political crisis deepens in run-up to election
  • Kenya opposition leader calls for calm in slum hit by deadly violence
  • 300,000 rally against Catalan independence as autonomy stripped
  • Marred by violent clashes, Kenya’s election re-run delayed in four counties

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • FG Committed To Developing Creative Industry — Lai Mohammed
  • FUBK Gets New VC
  • We’re Not Happy Paying Modulated Salary To Workers – Aregbesola
  • 2023 Presidency: Ohanaeze Urges Igbo To Make Friends Across Nigeria
  • Ambode Congratulates New Unilag VC Prof Ogundipe
  • Our Joy Is In The Fact That We Will Leave A Legacy – Aregbesola
  • Anambra Best In SDGs Projects In Nigeria – Obiano’s Aide
  • Hundreds Of Thousands March For Unified Spain, Poll Shows Depths Of Division
  • Son Kills Father, Mother In Abia
  • Many Dead In Suicide Bombing In Nigeria Mosque
  • 2019: Over 4,000 Supporters Back Masari, Buhari
  • Dzeko V Hazard Rematch In Rome
  • Deadline Nears For Northern Ireland Power-Sharing Deal, Direct Rule Looms
  • Bauchi Govt. To Disburse N46m To Health Facilities Under NSHIP
  • Group Tasks Nigerian Leaders On Selfless Service
  • IAEA D-G Calls For Increase In Use Of Nuclear Power For World’s Energy Needs
  • PDP Chair: The Contenders And The Pretenders
  • Dzeko v Hazard rematch in Rome
  • Umahi renames Abakaliki Township Stadium after Ebonyi’s oldest man
  • Messi snubs Azerbaijan, Ukraine for Eagles
  • Five things we learned in the Premier League
  • I am like a preacher – Oba Ewuare 11
  • 21 Ibadan Obas: It’s not Ajimobi’s idea, High Chiefs asked for it – Oba Salaudeen
  • How tanker fire ruined us – Victims of Abia petrol explosion lament
  • Obi of Onitsha marks glamorous 16th Ofala festival
  • Borno Police confirm deadly suicide attacks in Maiduguri
  • Nigeria’s excess oil revenue hits N11.1bn daily
  • Nigeria appears more divided than ever before — Atiku
  • Kidnappers confess: How we collected N61m ransom from Health Minister’s family
  • Anti-open grazing law: Inter-religious body lauds Gov Ortom
  • Take action on S-East roads, Govs, Igbo leaders tell Buhari

(www.vanguardngr.com)

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