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Here are the major headlines for Saturday, July 15, 2017

Vanguard

  • 2019: PDP unveils plans to sack APC
  • BIAFRA: From Monologue To Dialogue And Getting To Yes?
  • Corruption: US to seize $140m from Nigerian oil executives
  • Suspension: I’m going nowhere, embattled NHIS boss, Usman dares Health Minister
  • It’s wrong to say Nigeria can’t be restructured – Soyinka
  • Fight against corruption, not targeted against anybody – Osinbajo
  • BIAFRA: Uwazurike tackles Kanu
  • Muguruza Stuns Venus to Win First Wimbledon Title
  • Make Exercise Regular Discipline, Doctor Advises Nigerians
  • My Gift from God, Watching Over Me, Osinbajo Hails Wife At 50
  • Formula One: Hamilton Motors to Record-Tying British GP Pole
  • Video : I Would’ve Burnt My PDP Card, Flag If Sheriff Won – Fayose
  • …No One Should Call Me Matthew Again, Obasanjo Warns
  • Terry Named Aston Villa Captain
  • No Plan To Shift July 22 Council Polls, Says LASIEC
  • Tiv Traditional Council to Check High Bride Price, Burial Costs
  • Doctor Arraigned For Unlawful Detention of Nursing Mother, Child for 16 Months
  • Obaseki Moves to Revive Literary Creativity in Edo
  • Nigerian Navy Reaffirms Commitment to Protect Nation’s Maritime Domain
  • Flood Can Lead To Poor Harvest in 2017 – NiMet DG
  • Acting President to Visit Zamfara on Tuesday
  • Onikan Zone 2 Police Command Arrests Man for Selling Human Parts
  • Bank Donates Radio Transmitter to FRSC
  • Osun Speaker Decries Abduction, Killing Of Perm Sec. On Okene-Abuja Highway

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • Osinbajo visits Zamfara, Tuesday
  • Man in police net for selling human parts
  • Olamide keeps mum on killer Badoo cult
  • NCAA to regulate use of drones
  • Terry named Aston Villa captain
  • JAMB to resolve exam issues before releasing results
  • 14-year-old daughter mobilises support for dad in Anambra gov poll
  • MTN Foundation spends N96m on Ondo pupils scholarship
  • Arsenal score three goals in final Australian tour win
  • Girls, here’s how to pass through the university and graduate as a virgin
  • SEMA distributes food to Bakassi evictees
  • South won’t accept northern military constitution again – Ayo Adebanjo
  • I travel with a lot of novels –Yinka Ogunde
  • Court must be ready to convict all OAU workers if Elujoba is found guilty –ASUU chairman
  • #StarSixes: Okocha leads Nigeria against Brazil
  • Diamond Bank donates transmitter for FRSC’s proposed traffic radio
  • Seyi Law, Olunloyo in bitter Insta-brawl
  • Sneijder leaves Galatasaray after four years
  • Nigeria is negotiable, say Soyinka, Dickson
  • You’re my wings, Osinbajo celebrates wife on her birthday
  • How Osun perm sec was kidnapped, hacked to death
  • US moves to seize Aluko, Omokore’s assets
  • Chinese people are destroying our culture, Jide Kosoko voices out
  • Son kills mother over potatoes
  • Brothel rents out sex doll for €100 an hour
  • Woman jailed for dialing 999 more than 1,800 times
  • Commuters commend Fashola over intervention on Calabar-Ikom highway
  • $12m fraud: Nigerian Sodipo Williams pleads guilty in US
  • Panel uncovers more fraud allegations against suspended NHIS boss …as Yusuf rejects suspension
  • I lost my virginity when I came to Lagos – Humblesmith

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • JAMB to resolve exam issues before releasing results – Spokesman
  • Soyinka counters Osinbajo, says Nigeria’s unity negotiable
  • 13-year-old boy hangs self to protest mum’s abuse
  • IGP seeks approval to recruit 155,000 policemen
  • Nigerians no longer happy with the NLC –Wike
  • Woman sells baby for half bag of rice
  • Nigeria’s unity Not negotiable –Kalu
  • Evans: Wife, kids, parents demand to see kidnap kingpin
  • PARISHIONERS IN SHOCK AS CATHOLIC PRIEST SHOOTS COLLEAGUE IN IMO
  • Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier : Disu: mistakes rohr must not make against Cameroon
  • Suspension: NHIS boss defies Osinbajo, Health minister
  • How Buhari can save Nigeria from break-up – Prof Anya
  • We don’t need another Civil war –Archbishop Agwu
  • I aborted my master’s degree to be a first class entrepreneur
  • DISCO sues for understanding over P’Harcourt power outage
  • SON vows to rid Nigeria of used tyres
  • NPFL : Enyimba set to trample on IfeanyiUbah
  • Navy Sailing Club targets Tokyo 2020 Olympics medal for Nigeria
  • FG hooks education colleges on central pay system
  • Security agents invade Adoke’s house in Okene
  • Abia APC caucus meets, repositions for 2019
  • Ugwuanyi assures new Air Force Commander of support

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Guardian

  • Maths ‘genius’ Maryam Mirzakhani dies, aged 40
  • Trump appeals weakened travel ban ruling
  • Northern youths warn Southwest leaders against robbing region of presidency
  • Obasanjo advocates new system for election of president
  • I’m doing my best to live most authentic life – Arit Okpo
  • Abuja indigenes demand state status, elected governor
  • Mugabe returns from Singapore medical care
  • Turkey marks year since ‘epic’ defeat of anti-Erdogan coup
  • Osinbajo to visit Zamfara on Tuesday
  • Navy reaffirms commitment to protect nation’s maritime domain
  • Security tight, holy site shut after Jerusalem attack
  • Muguruza stuns Venus to win first Wimbledon title
  • Terry named Aston Villa captain
  • Schurrle strike gives Dortmund 3-2 win in Japan
  • Arsenal score three goals in final Australian tour win
  • Sneijder leaves Galatasaray after four years
  • Bonucci bids Juve farewell after Milan move
  • Indigenous foods, herbs can serve as antibiotics, says Prof. Adebolu
  • No plan to shift Lagos council polls, says LASIEC
  • Kogi to regain lost glory of tertiary institutions
  • Honours for pioneers, innovators at WIJ Africa 2017 conference
  • Are high levels of cholesterol threatening for a child?
  • Bolanle Ambode’s heart of gold
  • Onome’s talent sets her up for success, to drop new single, Gidi Boy
  • After South Africa, MTV Shuga returns to Nigeria
  • Leo Parish to host Catholic Praise Concert 2017
  • China cremates body of Nobel laureate and dissident Liu Xiaobo
  • Mark Hamill pays tribute to ‘space sis’ Carrie Fisher
  • KingCe returns with ‘Make Me Humkle’
  • Alex Okosi: Home boy steps up big
  • Ajebo wraps up campus tour on high note
  • ‘Inspire Us’ debuts on Activating Success TV show
  • Police parades prisons warder, four inmates for alleged kidnapping
  • Watch Behind the Scenes Video of G.L Cover – Illrymz
  • Worrisome, rising cases of street cultism

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • Sokoto Loses House Member
  • Soyinka: Nigeria’s Unity Negotiable
  • Osinbajo: 2.3m Nigerians Scramble for 300,000 N-Power Jobs
  • UNHCR:150,000 Nigerian Refugees at Risk, Calls on Cameroon to Halt Repatriation
  • Over N8bn Fraud Uncovered in Kogi State Varsity
  • Diamond Bank Presents Radio Station to FRSC
  • Borno Boosts Radio, Television to Combat Boko Haram
  • Osun Permanent Secretary Kidnapped, Killed in Kogi State
  • EU Suspends Rivers from Water Programme over N100m Counterpart Funds
  • NDLEA, Interpol Others, Seize 881 Kg of Illicit Drugs in Sokoto
  • Woman Sells Child for Half Bag of Rice in Imo
  • ‘100m Nigerians Drink  Killer Water’
  • Sokoto Loses House of Reps Member
  • 366 Drug Addicts Rehabilitated
  • GKS Ministers’ Conference, 2017
  • EFCC Arraigns Former Enugu CJ over Arthur Eze’s N10 million donation
  • One Out of Three Anambra Births Unintended
  • New AOC in Bauchi
  • Tribute: UN, FG, Wife, Others to Imortalise Osotimehin as Icon of Women Rights
  • Be Guided by the Law, Conscience, CJN tells Judges
  • FG Wants Donor Agencies to Align Devt Initiatives with Nigeria’s Objectives
  • Jonathan Didn’t Order Electricity Tariff Reversal, Ex-NERC Chair Replies Fashola
  • Insecurity has No Political Affiliation, Says Wike
  • Plastic Crating: PLAN takes Campaign to Idera, Oyingbo Markets
  • Kennedy Okonkwo: It’s Never Too Late to be Happy in Life

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • He beats me blue-black, cut my hair, woman tells court
  • All he knows to do is to acquire more wives, make babies —Woman
  • I’m AA, my wife is AS, therefore our child who is SS can’t be mine —Husband
  • She insisted she can’t cook three times a day, took to wearing leggings —Husband
  • The house I must not enter again —Gegun of Ayetoro-Ile
  • Attackers of sacked Baale of Olode arraigned, granted bail
  • Oyo to empower 717 rice, cassava farmers
  • Lagos moves to decongest gridlock in Ketu axis
  • Nathaniel Bassey prophesied that we will have twins — JJC, Funke Akindele’s husband
  • Sex scenes must be played very well —Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde speaks out
  • Kim Kardashian fires back after accusations she dressed North West in Corset
  • Davido congratulates uncle on his victory at the polls
  • Assumptions as conflict breeders in marriage
  • Missing Father Found After 23 Years Leaves Cops Speechless
  • Of power and the burden of manufacturers
  • Govt uncovers N8.4 billion fraud in Kogi varsity
  • PDP rejects concession of Benin Central Hospital
  • Flood can lead to poor harvest in 2017 ―NiMet DG
  • Umaru-Tanko-Al-Makura
  • S/Court victory an end to Al-makura’s senatorial ambition ―Orugu
  • Enugu APC caucus endorses suspension of Buhari’s Aide, 19 others
  • NGO treats 348 eye defects in Aba
  • Fossil fuel, renewable energy will solve Nigeria’s power challenge – Expert
  • 23 ships discharging petroleum products in Lagos
  • UN bids Osotimehin farewell, calls for renewed advocacy on HIV and AIDS
  • NAF takes delivery of first batch of super mushshak trainer aircraft
  • SMEs development: AfDB inaugurates N1bn support through Fortis bank
  • CVR: INEC creates additional 8 centres in Oyo

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

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