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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, August 3, 2017

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Vanguard

  • Before I die Lagos must become third largest economy in Africa – Obasanjo
  • Avoid anything that threatens Nigeria’s unity, Gowon begs youths Former Head o
  • AGF Malami, Magu head for showdown over high-profile cases
  • Kanu to Osinbajo: Withdraw all charges against me
  • Lagos bus conductors to start wearing uniform from today
  • N30trn leakage: Senate threatens CEOs of 30 firms with arrest warrant
  • Constitution amendment’ll succeed this time — Saraki
  • APC states chairmen meet Osinbajo over Buhari’s health, economy
  • Loan request: Govs must give final nod before NASS approval – Reps
  • FG bars foreign professionals without Nigeria certification
  • Breaking: La Liga Rejects Payment Of Neymar Buyout Clause
  • Northern Governors‎ To Reinvigorate Bank Of The North — Ganduje
  • MTN Returns To Profit-Making After Turbulent 2016
  • Umeh Leads Obiano’s Re-Election Campaign
  • MMM Ponzi Scheme In A Comeback Bid
  • How I Made First Class, ICAN, ACCA In 4yrs
  • S. Calls For More Pressure On N Korea Ahead Of Asia Security Forum
  • Video: Kemi Adeosun Says 90 People Will Share 1 Barrel Of Nigerian Oil
  • Women Empowerment Key To Peaceful Home- Okowa
  • Restructuring Can Start With You: Open Letter To Acting President
  • I Don’t Think £200m For Neymar Is Expensive, Says Mourinho
  • Father Of Afghan Robotics Girl Killed In Mosque Attack
  • Breaking: Wladimir Klitschko Announces His Retirement
  • EFCC Vs. AGF Face-Off: Nigeria In Big Governance Mess – Ozekhome
  • INEC Seeks Media Support Toward Free, Fair Elections
  • 23-Yr-Old Beats Brother To Death In Ebonyi
  • Opponents Of Restructuring Lack Understanding Of A United Nigeria —Ex-Envoy
  • Linkin Park albums back in top 10 after suicide
  • Charly Boy, AGN eulogizes Fela 20 years after his death
  • Red Bull Music Academy storms Nigeria
  • We will not be deterred by Naysayers – Lai Mohammed

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • SCAM ALERT: MMM stages comeback, launches weekly promo
  • Latest job vacancies
  • Oil majors gushing in cash despite cheap crude
  • BREAKING: La Liga rejects payment of Neymar buyout clause
  • Mbappe ready to leave Monaco, possible destination Barca – Reports
  • Ladoja, Alao-Akala send representatives to PDP meeting
  • Withheld SSCE results: Parents beg Akeredolu to pay debt owed WAEC
  • Mob set man ablaze for stealing amplifier from mosque
  • MTN returns to profit-making after turbulent 2016
  • Neymar’s signing changes history of football – Media
  • LASPOTECH workers begin strike
  • Sanctions: US has declared full-fledged economic war, says Russian PM
  • BREAKING: Wladimir Klitschko retires
  • Doctor charged with 118 sexual offences
  • Five common Twitter scams to avoid
  • Niger Delta: MEND faults Clark’s ultimatum to FG
  • N243bn Paris Club refund: ICPC to release report on states in two weeks
  • IDPs sexual abuse: Police probe stalled as army shields indicted soldiers
  • VIS: Painter laments LASG’s silence on burnt car, seeks compensation
  • Gunmen kidnap LG clerk, driver, demand N20m ransom
  • Court remands UNIBEN undergraduate, others for murder
  • Ritual killers butcher pensioner in Ekiti
  • Man sells son for N150,000 in C’River
  • Police kill suspected robbers in Imo
  • Commissioners’ list: Ondo women accuse Akeredolu of bias
  • Kogi speaker resigns
  • Why we’ve not conducted Anambra Central senatorial rerun —INEC
  • APC chief flays party’s attitude to restructuring
  • Financial autonomy for judiciary is a jurisprudential issue — Basiru
  • Why we’ve not conducted Anambra Central senatorial rerun —INEC
  • APC chief flays party’s attitude to restructuring
  • Financial autonomy for judiciary is a jurisprudential issue — Basiru
  • APC not serious about restructuring – Kusamotu
  • Nigeria’s political structure anachronistic – Sen. Ohuabunwa
  • ICYMI: Jail me, I stand by my corruption accusation against Ortom, says Tsav

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • Oxford Business Group (OBG) 2017 analysis focuses on banks’ role in Nigeria economy
  • Tension in Kogi over Assembly Speaker
  • Lagos conductors to wear uniforms, name tags beginning Thursday
  • Want to emigrate to US? You MUST speak English, won’t ‘collect welfare’
  • BREAKING: FG to tax First, Business Class air tickets – Kemi Adeosun
  • Niger Delta groups hit Edwin Clark over ultimatum to FG
  • BREAKING: Wladimir Klitschko retires, chickens out of rematch with Joshua
  • BREAKING: Protesters storm Lagos gov’s office, demand end to abuse
  • Badoo: My story, by arrested businessman
  • NAFDAC seals 3 shops in Maiduguri
  • We’re committed to efficient transportation system – Amosun’s aide
  • More than half of India’s languages may die out in 50 years – Survey
  • Millions of Americans live nowhere near a hospital – Report
  • Neymar: Confusion as La Liga rejects £198m cheque
  • First family, National Secretary, destroying APC -Duhu alleges
  • Face-off: Senate, Presidency should embrace peace – Ex-Kebbi deputy gov
  • Constitution amendment: Why devolution of power failed -Chukwukere
  • Russia 2018 World/Cup : My family’ll kill me if Nigeria fails to qualify –Mikel
  • NAFDAC seals 3 shops in Maiduguri
  • Here are the benefits of coconut water
  • NAF allays fears over night flying training in Maiduguri
  • Umeh leads Obiano’s re-election campaign

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

The Guardian

  • Trump grudgingly signs Russia sanctions into law
  • Nigerian athletes get visas, hit London today
  • IMF cautions CBN against funding government spending
  • Boko Haram strikes again, kills seven in Adamawa community
  • Sentiments trail EPA ratification despite EU’s revision of clauses
  • Five Shoes Tricks To Make Your Legs Look Longer
  • Iran’s Rouhani vows to end isolation as he starts second term
  • Sara Netanyahu grilled in fraud probe
  • FG plans to commence exploration on Bonga oil field project
  • You can’t win corruption war without sanctions, monitoring, Sanusi tells FG
  • Africa is rich but poorly managed, says Obasanjo
  • Coutinho, Mbappe and other players that could replace Neymar at Barcelona
  • La Liga rejects payment of Neymar buyout clause
  • Neymar 222 million euro deal ‘not expensive’, says Mourinho
  • Wladimir Klitschko announces his retirement
  • Media hail Neymar ‘transfer of the century’
  • Send flight tickets if you need your players, coaches tell clubs
  • A surge in terrorist activities
  • A befitting end to HND-BSc dichotomy
  • Southwest leaders back Oyegun, Banire, berate Frank
  • Fresh worry in Enugu APC over big names with small input
  • NEPP wants more women in politics
  • Virgin Atlantic: Helping Nigerian entrepreneurs take off, every day
  • Stakeholders prescribe cost reduction strategies for crude oil production
  • Firm berths with innovation to transform technology sector
  • Why Buhari must be placed on herbs
  • Jonathan’s house as metaphor
  • Corruption: The Pakistani example
  • Linkin Park albums back in top 10 after suicide
  • Vin Diesel and NBC plan ‘Miami Vice’ reboot
  • US editor who ‘rescued’ Anne Frank’s diary dies at 93

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • Boko Haram Kills Six in Adamawa
  • Ahead of Osinbajo, PANDEF’s Meeting, Militants Withdraw Support for Clark
  • Exit of Foreign Partners Won’t Affect 9Mobile, Olusanya Reassures Customers
  • CBN Moves Closer to Single Exchange Rate
  • Fayose: US, TI Reports Confirm Boko Haram Not Defeated
  • Barclays Bank asks Nigerians with Less than £100,000 to Close their Accounts
  • Ladoja, Akala to Return to PDP as Makarfi Cautions against Impunity
  • FEC Grants 27 Industries Tax Holidays, Okays N20.6bn for Roads
  • INEC Advises Parties against Prolonged Litigation
  • Obasanjo: Poverty and Wealth is a Choice Africa Must Make
  • $175m of Foreign Airlines Funds Still Trapped in Nigeria, Says IATA
  • Court Sacks Transition Committee Members in A’Ibom
  • Declare State of Emergency in Kogi Now, Melaye Urges Osinbajo
  • Rule of Law Core to Our Growth Strategy, Says Obaseki
  • NBC Threatens to Shut down 89 FM Stations
  • Know Your Limits, NUC Tells Varsity Governing Councils
  • Ambode: Reconstruction of Oshodi-Airport Road Begins Next Month
  • FG to Launch National Roadmap for Cocoa Production
  • Mbaise Group Holds Colloquium August 14
  • Lagos to Promote Environmental Sustainability with Passage of Law
  • Police Parade Four for Allegedly Shooting Jonathan’s Son-in-Law
  • Breastfeeding Mother Released After Two Weeks in Kidnappers’ Den
  • Edo Govt Bans Use of School Premises, Roads for Social Events
  • Suspected Assassins Butcher 73-year-old Pensioner in Ekiti
  • Keke NAPEP Operators Block Ebonyi Govt House over Alleged Taxation
  • Edo Govt to Train 150 Victims of Human Trafficking, Other Returnees
  • APC not Serious with Restructuring, says Kusamotu
  • Energy-starved Nigeria Plans to Extend Gas Supply to Cote d’Ivoire
  • You Are Appointment Seekers, Osinbajo Tells Protesters of Marginalisation
  • High Profits Boost Foreign Refineries’ Scramble for Nigerian Crude
  • Boko Haram Kills Six in Adamawa
  • Ahead of Osinbajo, PANDEF’s Meeting, Militants Withdraw Support for Clark
  • Exit of Foreign Partners Won’t Affect 9Mobile, Olusanya Reassures Customers

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

The Nation

  • NAQS urges importers of wild animals to get CITES certificates
  • mKaduna generated N9.6b IGR from January to June – Official
  • FCT bus conductors support establishment of conductors’ association nationwide
  • N30trn revenue probe: Senate gives Glo, others appearance ultimatum
  • Charly Boy, AGN eulogize Fela 20 years after his death
  • Kano FRSC to reintroduce psychological test for traffic offenders
  • I intend to soar in Russia- Mikel Obi
  • Buhari’s health critical to APC government’s vision, says Ajomale
  • LASPOTECH workers begin indefinite strike
  • Prisons Service can contribute to agricultural production, if well funded – Official
  • Unilorin, Origin Group partner on honey production
  • INEC seeks media support toward free, fair elections
  • FRSC confers honourary special marshal on Okei-Odumakin
  • Badoo: Ogbomoso rises for Magodo landlord
  • VON DG decries statement by Clark, urges him to support Buhari
  • LASPOTECH workers begin indefinite strike
  • Unilorin, Origin Group partner on honey production
  • Final year student dies 28 days to graduation
  • Aluu Four: Justice at last
  • ‘I’m ready to take bullet for KSU students’
  • Foetus found in hostel
  • Ex-CAMPUSLIFE man bids for Kogi Assembly seat
  • I intend to soar in Russia- Mikel Obi
  • Klitschko retires, avoids rematch with Anthony Joshua
  • Ex heavyweight boxing champion Wladimir Klitschko retires
  • How Barcelona intend to spend PSG’s €222m Neymar’s release clause
  • Sanusi advises young athletes against social vices
  • London 2017 IAAF World Championships IAAF appoints Ogba as Chief Scrutineer
  • Sharapova pulls out of Stanford with left arm injury

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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