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Here are the major headlines for Saturday, August 26, 2017

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Vanguard

  • Impeachment: Edo-North Traditional Rulers Urge Lawmakers To Return House Leadership To Edo-Central
  • Neymar Denied Barca Return In Champions League Groups
  • Alleged Sodomy: Anambra Community In Man-Hunt For Suspects
  • Restructuring: Threats, Insults Not The Way – Presidency
  • Omatsuli Declares Intention To Vie For Warri South LGA Chairmanship Poll
  • 2019: I’m In Delta Guber Race To Right The Wrongs-Okotie
  • FG To Deploy Relevant Technologies To Curb Financial Crime
  • NGO Organizes Conference On Executive Health To Help Workers Reduce Stress
  • Kwara Express Workers Embark On Strike Over N46m Arrears
  • Oba Ewuare Becomes Chairman Of TROMPCOM
  • Breaking: Buhari Receives Report Of Allegation Against SGF, NIA
  • NPFL: Gombe United Optimistic Of Escaping Relegation, Official
  • I Have Confidence In Junior Eagles-Ugbade
  • Chad To Close Qatar Embassy, Expel Diplomats
  • Amnesty Winds Down Reintegration Programme — Boroh
  • Griezmann Handed Two-Game Ban For Ref Insult
  • Dogara Felicitates With Sultan At 61
  • Breaking: Buhari cancels today’s FEC
  • Invest more in Nigeria, FG tasks ECOWAS Bank
  • CBN calls for import reducing policy as Nigeria’s monthly import bill rises by 95% to N588bn
  • Naira Watch: Naira gains as NAFEX records $100.29m
  • Appointments: Igbo leaders, ECA, IWA, Senators kick
  • PSC approves promotion of 6,455 senior police officers
  • FG bans songs by Olamide, Davido, 9ice
  • Tell Nigerians how N1.3 trillion was spent, PDP challenges Osinbajo
  • IPOB not a terrorist organisation say ECA, ILT as Security chiefs get orders on B-Haram, IPOB, others
  • Angolans vote as Dos Santos ends 38-year rule
  • Anambra poll: Plots, counter plots in PDP
  • Anambra poll: PDP aspirants Obiogbolu, Ezeanuna say PDP can still get it right

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • Guardiola baffled by Sterling red card
  • Motorway crash kills eight
  • Man declared innocent after 25 years in jail
  • Records tumble in Europe’s transfer ‘madness’
  • BREAKING: Facebook is down
  • France to grant €430m loan to Iraq
  • Notting Hill Carnival turns green for tower fire tragedy
  • Clashes kill 22 in India as court convicts guru of rape
  • Man City beat Bournemouth 2-1
  • Air France leaves Lagos-bound passengers stranded at Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris
  • China bans new business ventures by North Koreans
  • Ohanaeze condemns FG’s bid to revoke Kanu’s bail, accuses AGF of bias
  • Anambra gov poll: APC begins accreditation ahead of November primaries
  • Ex-Speaker, others swam in moral, financial corruption –Edo lawmaker, Iyoha
  • Girls, here’s how to pass through the university and graduate as a virgin! (v)
  • Pastor, six others arrested after unearthing body parts in church
  • Peterside pledges N.5m bounty for wanted murder suspect
  • Our only child could die if we don’t raise N800,000 – Father of three-year-old battling hydrocephalus
  • ‘Community leader runs illegal detention camp in Kwara’
  • Customs seize N39.99m contraband in Kwara
  • Father raises the alarm after sick daughter narrates ritual encounter with herbalist
  • Ex-Speaker, others swam in moral, financial corruption –Edo lawmaker, Iyoha
  • Party to field man with 13 degrees in Anambra election
  • Kashamu planning to kill me, ex-Gov Daniel cries out
  • Ladoja returns to PDP
  • Man with 13 degrees emerges ADC governorship candidate in Anambra
  • French President Macron spends €26,000 on make-up in 100 days

(www.punchng.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Ikpeazu, Amaechi, Dakuku, Others Suggest Ways out of Growing Poverty
  • Balogun, Ladoja, Others to become Kings Sunday, Says Ajimobi
  • N30trn Revenue Fraud: Your Fears are Unfounded, Senate Committee Tells MAN
  • Kidnapping, Ritual Killing: Mob Demolish Church, Burn Property in Cross River
  • N’Delta: Shell Spends N7bn on Infrastructure in 8 Months
  • No Easy Passage to Europe through Irregular Migration, Group Warns
  • Bayelsa Govt. Excited Over Students WASSCE Results
  • Folorunso Alakija Launches Global Platform for Women Empowerment
  • Flooding: The Time to Act is Now
  • Balogun, Ladoja, Others to become Kings Sunday, Says Ajimobi
  • N30trn Revenue Fraud: Your Fears are Unfounded, Senate Committee Tells MAN
  • Kidnapping, Ritual Killing: Mob Demolish Church, Burn Property in Cross River
  • N’Delta: Shell Spends N7bn on Infrastructure in 8 Months
  • Ikpeazu, Amaechi, Dakuku, Others Suggest Ways out of Growing Poverty
  • Bayelsa Govt. Excited Over Students WASSCE Results
  • Flooding: The Time to Act is Now
  • Buhari: Opposition Not Synonymous with Antagonism, Hostility
  • No Easy Passage to Europe through Irregular Migration, Group Warns
  • NCC Moves to Protect Telecom Consumers from Fraudsters
  • PDP and the Politics of Disinformation
  • NANS Rejects Revised JAMB Cut-off Marks
  • Mammoth Crowd Prays for Buhari in Kano
  • CSO Urges FG to Oppose Morocco’s Membership of ECOWAS
  • 38 Senior Army Officers Petition Buhari over Wrongful Dismissal
  • Rivers Senatorial Tussle: Sekibo Loses Appeal, Abe Wins

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Guardian

  • Hurricane Harvey slams into Texas coastline
  • Opposition does not mean hostility, says Buhari, as he meets PDP, APC leadership
  • Abimbola Kunle Osunkunle: “I took the plunge and I’ve not looked back since”
  • After take over, Kcee is paying attention to detail
  • Senator accuses IGP of collecting N120bn from oil firms, banks for security services
  • Turkey’s Erdogan compares coup defeat to mediaeval battle
  • NPA approves new structure to eliminate redundancy, improve efficiency
  • Zambia presidency slams police for halting opposition prayers
  • Civilians trapped as violence scorches Myanmar’s Rakhine State
  • Cut-off Point: NANS threatens to call for JAMB scrapping
  • Monarchs of oil producing communities laud Buhari’s anti-corruption fight
  • Guardiola baffled by Sterling red card
  • Records tumble in Europe’s transfer ‘madness’
  • Last-gasp Sterling breaks Bournemouth hearts
  • Zidane happy with no more Madrid signings
  • Aguero dropped for Man City’s Bournemouth trip
  • Liverpool vs Arsenal and six other games you should see this weekend
  • INEC chairman advocates more women participation in politics
  • The danger of singing truth to power
  • Alleged misappropriation of funds: Otti labels Ikpeazu’s response ‘Uncouth’
  • Is your child a scientist or artist?
  • Wale Rubber teams up with Cobhams in fearless
  • Bad attitude: Life’s greatest liability
  • From Inside-Out to Rave TV and Trend FM, 20 years after, Agatha takes a bow
  • Jidenna in a tale of Nigerians and their love for titles
  • LGD Entertainment beams light on Ajegunle stars
  • Much ado about Olamide’s new song, Wo

(www.guardian.ng)

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