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Here are the major headlines for Saturday, December 1, 2017

Punch

  • Man arrested over smelly socks
  • Why we didn’t remove anti-Muslim videos shared by Trump —Twitter
  • Court sentences lawyer to jail over rape remarks
  • Voter apathy, late arrival of materials mar Akwa Ibom LG election
  • Troops kill three Boko Haram insurgents in Borno
  • 11-year-old boy kidnapped, raped, dismembered in satanic ritual
  • We drank urine, fuel to survive –Libyan returnee
  • Bus passenger arrested for his smelly socks
  • Zimbabwe’s former VP returns home after Mugabe ouster
  • I had a scary dream two weeks before I was chosen – Oba Ajayi, Akarigbo-elect of Remo
  • To fix Nigeria, we must restructure our minds – Fela Durotoye
  • Ubi Franklin steps up with superb Land Cruiser
  • IYC accuses Bayelsa politicians of hijacking, abandoning contracts
  • CBN governor advises graduates on job creation
  • Nigerian gospel artistes treated as royals abroad –Okposo
  • 11-year-old boy kidnapped, raped, dismembered in satanic ritual
  • Bus passenger arrested for his smelly socks
  • Kidnappers killed six victims – KWASU student abducted, freed
  • Ogun Port Health Services seize, destroy expired beverages, others
  • Fraudster arrested for collecting N50,000 for navy recruitment
  • Man strangulates wife to death for seeking a divorce
  • Woman risks blindness as tattoo on eyeball goes wrong
  • World AIDS Day: 28,000 condoms distributed in Abuja, others
  • Pray that Prince George is gay, Reverend admonishes Christians
  • INEC to partner political parties for credible elections
  • Agbakoba, Duke, Aremu, Utomi, others, float political group
  • Adamawa gov meets Buhari, says no plan to leave APC
  • 19 states recorded N149.45bn IGR in Q3 – NBS
  • GSHL disagrees with FG on Ajaokuta Steel
  • NDIC pays N105bn to depositors of failed banks
  • Ogun funds cooperative federation with N25m
  • FG moves to tap private capital for projects

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Nation

  • Troops kill three Boko Haram insurgents in Borno
  • Polio: UNICEF immunizes 2m children in four states
  • Herdsmen: Urhobo calls for Buhari’s intervention
  • FG sets aside N5bn for local miners
  • Peter Okoye tasks Nigerian youths on creativity, economic wellbeing
  • Police prevent mob action after trailer kills motorcyclist in Enugu
  • Honduras army gets more powers to quash election unrest
  • S Senate backs tax overhaul
  • Navy apprehends recruitment fraudster
  • World Cup Draws: Super Eagles to face real Argentina squad — Disu
  • Northern PDP leaders split over Adeniran, Secondus
  • PDP chairmanship: Jonathan, Wike fall apart over Secondus
  • 2015: How plot to abduct Jega failed
  • FUT Minna gets new VC as Prof. Akanbi bows out
  • Row over missing clothes turns bloody
  • ‘Fear is reason women don’t go into politics’
  • Rector urges registrars to cooperate
  • UNN firm’s many strides
  • Don seeks more funding for education
  • Echoes of restructuring at Zik’s Lecture
  • World Cup Draws: Super Eagles to face real Argentina squad — Disu
  • How Super Eagles Escaped Nightmare World Cup Draw in Russia
  • What chances for African contenders in Russia?
  • Nigeria Not in Group of Death, says Ighalo, Eguaevon
  • Nigeria to face Argentina again in Russia
  • Happening live at the Kremlin world cup draw
  • Messi’s brother Matias wanted by police
  • El-Rufai, commissioners shed tears over death of cabinet member
  • Nigeria yet to have national policy on policing, says ex-IG Arase
  • Jonathan replies Gov Shettima on Chibok girls
  • Etiebet backs Buhari for second term

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

ThisDay

  • Buhari, Osinbajo, Govs Celebrate Okorocha’s Wife’s Birthday
  • Jonathan: My Achievements in Government Unrivaled, Visible
  • Super Eagles Will Be 5th Time Lucky against Argentina, Says Rohr
  • Onyeama: AU, EU Must Team up to Tacking Slave Trade, Human…
  • Atiku: I’m a Rebel, I’ll Not Accept to Be Ruled
  • 83,771 HIV Infections Recorded in Borno, Ondo in 2016/2017
  • UNICEF: Borno School Attack Despicable
  • Attempt to Escape from Bayelsa Police’s Detention Facility Foiled
  • Herdsmen Kill Four Policemen as Army Repel Attacks on Numan
  • National Hospital Inaugurates Cancer Treatment Center
  • Bayelsa Gets New SSG
  • Obaseki Empowers Libyan Returnees with 150 Hectares, N100m Agribusiness Seed Capital
  • Tension in Kwara State University over Kidnapping
  • N’Delta Group Accuses Sylva, Lokpobiri, of Destabilising NDDC over Board’s Tenure
  • Olonisakin Lauded for Nigeria’s Declining Terror Deaths
  • Eid-el-Maulud: Ologbodiyan, PDP Publicity Aspirant Urges National Renewal
  • Digital Transmission Switch-over will Promote Peace, Values, Says Lai Muhammed
  • ASUU Calls on Kogi, Lagos State Governments to Recall Members
  • Lagos Prince, Odunsi Fetes Pupils
  • ‘Appeal Court Ruling, an Affirmation Senator Albert Duly Elected’
  • UNIDO Tasks FG on Effective Waste Management
  • Ekweremadu Urges FG, States to Invest in Vocational Training Programmes
  • The Boko Haram Siege in Magumeri
  • Senate Writes Army, SGF over Reinstatement of Retired Officer
  • NTDC Boss Urges Strategic Collection of Data in Tourism Sector
  • NEWN Raises Hope for Women Investors at Trade Fair
  • Lagos, Harpic Partner to Promote Hygiene, Good Health
  • Queens School Ede/Ibadan Old Girls Association Holds 65th Anniversary Convention

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

The Sun

  • 2019: Why northern leaders won’t stop Atiku, Lamido running against Buhari – Sani, ACF Scribe
  • North would support Buhari in 2019–Unongo
  • Russia 2018: Nigeria to play Argentina again
  • IPOB relocates to Germany
  • Kalu congratulates OUK on UNN award
  • Ex-President Jonathan hits Shettima
  • Why I flaunt my backside –Inem Peters, actress
  • Delta Assembly passes 2018 budget of N308bn
  • PDP S’W crisis: Olafeso heads to appeal court
  • BREAKING: Dozens feared dead in twin blasts in Borno
  • Over 300,000 living with HIV in Benue – AHF
  • A’Ibom LG polls: PDP boasts of victory
  • PDP S’W crisis: Olafeso heads to appeal court
  • Osinbajo, Ooni, Emir Sanusi, Obi of Onitsha, others for Akarigbo coronation
  • Wike accuses agents of FG of de-marketing Rivers
  • Trump-Russia: Michael Flynn admits lying to FBI
  • Slave trade: We’re not to blame- Libyan government
  • S: Trump lights National Christmas Tree
  • Ekiti 2018: Why I’m preferred as next gov –Olusola
  • 2018 budget: Succour for FG as OPEC extends oil cut quota
  • Iwuanyanwu Foundation partners CBN on youth employment
  • Wenger, Mourinho resume mind games at Emirates
  • ….. CAF offers $500, 000 to each African team
  • Russia 2018: Nigeria to play Argentina again

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Buhari and Tinubu switch to campaign mode
  • Jonathan dares critics to show records to match his achievements
  • 2018 World Cup: It’s Nigeria, Argentina again
  • World AIDS Day: Over 300,000 persons living with HIV/AIDS in Benue – AHF
  • Shocker: Nigerians run Libyan slave camps: Cameroonian returnee
  • 16, 000 Persons Living With HIV Died In Borno In 3 Years — Network
  • ‘For About 15 Years Buhari Could Not Enter America’
  • Of Gaddafi, Obama, Buhari And Atiku – Reno
  • Money Politics: PDP, APC Tried To Outdo Each Other In 2015
  • FG Sets Aside N5 Billion For Local Miners
  • Group Carpets Senate Over Resolution On Dismissed ‘Political’ Generals
  • Emir Of Daura Urges Nigerians To Promote Peace, Unity, Shun Divisiveness
  • Miscreants Attack AKISIEC Office In A-Ibom
  • World Cup Draws: Argentina Can Be Beatable, But; Disu Warns Super Eagles
  • Police In Enugu Prevent Mob Action After Trailer Kills Motorcyclist
  • ‘Atiku Abubakar Is Serious About Restructuring Because He Knows The Northern Region Will Benefit ’
  • ‎Yuletide: NUPENG Sets Up Taskforce Against Reckless Driving
  • Confusion As Trump Names Jerusalem Israel’s Capital
  • Omorotionmwan’s Futile Efforts To Wrestle Against Obaseki’s Achievements
  • Victory For Trump As Senate Passes $1.5 Tn Tax Bill
  • What Happens To Your Relationship When Your Lover’s Wife Dies?
  • Real Give Up On De Gea, Chase Courtois Instead
  • World Cup Draws: Argentina can be beatable, but; Disu warns Super Eagles
  • Real give up on De Gea, chase Courtois instead
  • World Cup 2018 draw: Nigeria/Argentina love affair becoming too much – Fans
  • Making a case for Athletics ahead of 2018 Commonwealth Games

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Tribune

  • Voter apathy, late arrival of materials, officials characterize Akwa Ibom LG polls
  • Corper success story: How a CDS group transformed Abuja school where pupils sit on bare floor
  • PDP National Chairmanship: Dokpesi solicites Igbinedion, Ibori, Ize-Iyamu support
  • Crisis hits Kano NYSC camp as corps members renege stiff penalty
  • 2018: Why Ekiti people will prefer me as their governor —Olusola
  • President Buhari arrives Aqaba to participate in counter-terrorism summit
  • Professor Bala takes over as new VC FUT Minna
  • Hatchery shut in Oyo over suspected bird flu
  • Poultry farmers in Kogi to get N4.2m loan each for egg production
  • Prison inmate undergoing PhD programme ―Controller
  • Fayemi, Fashola, and others bag excellence in public service award
  • Customs seizes 3,309 bags of foreign rice from smugglers in Katsina
  • PDP chairmanship: North splits over support for S/W
  • Surge of illegal migration caused by failure of critical institutions ―Obaseki
  • Nigeria, vulnerable to cyber crime ―DSS
  • Benue ranks highest in HIV/AIDS in Nigeria with over 3m living with the scourge
  • NTA digital switch over ready soon ―Lai Mohammed
  • 100 million fans to watch as Falz stages first solo concert
  • Day Sound Sultan, Niniola, others sang against hunger
  • Opelope Anointing at 57, gives back to society today
  • My husband sleeps with women on our bed, he hit me in the eye with hot boiling ring —Wife
  • My husband beat my mother, hit my head on the pavement, broke 2 of my teeth —Wife
  • He left me a month after our marriage, wife tells court
  • ‘All my husband is good at is barking at our kids, beating me, he hardly laughs’

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

Guardian

  • Zimbabwe’s former VP returns home after Mugabe ouster
  • German far-right meets to pick new leaders amid pro-refugee protests
  • Troops kill 3 Boko Haram insurgents at Gajibo village in Borno
  • FG sets aside N5 Billion for local miners
  • Pope Francis wraps up Asia tour after meeting Rohingya
  • Search for suspect after German Christmas market bomb scare
  • Philippines ‘prepared for worst’ in dengue vaccine concerns
  • Report finds 512 died in deadliest Somalia bombing
  • US Senate passes tax rewrite, in major win for Trump
  • North Korea holds mass celebrations for latest missile test
  • Lawyers concerned over identity disclosure, safety of whistle-blowers
  • Guardiola fears bans could derail City
  • Day of the African footballer to rule has come
  • COPA Lagos: Rise of the beach soccer event that is more than just sport
  • Participants ready for Chess Heights monthly championship
  • Old foes Nigeria, Argentina in same group
  • Mourinho to rely on Borg’s record for inspiration over Arsenal
  • Dear Naija girls, calm your nerves
  • “I was suicidal after my marriage broke up” – Kemi Oyesola
  • Saint Obi returns with bumper package
  • Star in your own story
  • Array of stars for GOtv Boxing Night
  • Why Ekiti people will prefer me as next governor, by Olusola
  • Weekly political notes

‘Nigerians must reignite the fire of agitation for restructuring’

  • #MOBOAwards: Wizkid proves he’s the ‘Baba Nla’
  • Femi Kuti preaches peace, unity in One People, One World
  • The Unofficial Christmas Party: Tiwa Savage, DJs Obi, Big N and Cuppy for 2017 edition
  • Akeredolu goes pink for breast cancer in Nigeria
  • Neil Young releases vast archive and new politically loaded album

(www.guardian.ng)

 

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