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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, December 7, 2017

Guardian

  • FG blames fuel scarcity on external demand
  • ‘How to reposition Nigeria’s manufacturing sector for increased GDP’
  • Buhari in Kano, pledges to intensify war against corruption, insurgency
  • Trump recognizes Jerusalem as Israeli capital
  • ‘Fab Four’ fire seven-goal Liverpool into last 16
  • African Union to bring 20,000 migrants home from Libya
  • Nepal votes in final round of historic polls
  • Luxury LA mansions threatened as fierce California wildfires rage
  • I will remain focused to restore Nigeria’s lost glory, says Buhari
  • FG has no intention to increase fuel pump price — Lai Mohammed
  • Justice Adeniyi Ademola voluntarily retires as FHC judge
  • Aba stadium to be ready soon, Ikpeazu promises
  • Five-day FEDUGAM Games debuts in Nasarawa
  • Nigeria weakest team in Group D, says Aguero
  • Rainoil Open tennis championship serves off tomorrow
  • Ijaiye, Isale Eko schools win GTBank Super Cup
  • 600 golfers set for Plateau Governor’s Cup
  • African Union and Libya’s ‘slave market’
  • Borno, Yobe scale up HIV testing, treatment services
  • Tokyo recovers as Asian tech firms enjoy bounce
  • Bitcoin chalks up new record as it charges past $14,000
  • AFC signs accreditation master agreement with GCF
  • El-Rufai and a government’s comedy of errors
  • Man’s inhumanity to man
  • Lessons from Zimbabwe
  • Delta lawmakers haven’t received copy of proposed constitution amendment, says Speaker
  • Stakeholders seek support for Southwest
  • Makarfi debunks speculations on contesting 2019 presidency
  • Highlights From The Early Screening Of The Wedding Party 2
  • Watch “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” Behind-The-Scenes Stunt Training
  • Read Eucharia Anunobi’s Heartbreaking Note To Her Son
  • EU, UNICEF celebrate Hand Washing Day in Bayelsa
  • Keep the festive season healthy
  • Harmattan tied to rise in BP, stroke, heart failure
  • Overnight fire kills family of four in Lagos
  • Again, Ndigbo and the national question
  • Call for National Book Policy approval, implementation intensifies

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Punch

  • PHOTOS: Woman who allegedly stabbed husband to death arrives in court
  • Southern Thailand declared disaster area as flash floods kill 15
  • BREAKING: Justice Ademola resigns as Federal High Court judge
  • BREAKING: Sagamu agog as new Akarigbo is installed
  • Hamas chief calls for new uprising over Trump’s Jerusalem move
  • My Kano reception, clear signal to opposition-Buhari
  • Pacquiao begins search for Chinese boxing stars
  • Israel army deploys reinforcements to West Bank after Trump Jerusalem move
  • Boko Haram war: Army removes commander
  • Police handcuffed me to a car seat –BudgIT official arrested for holding meeting
  • Judge arrested for alleged demand of N200m bribe
  • Pregnancy at 19 changed my life – Lekki British School owner
  • Pastor, wife, two children die in Lagos fire
  • Is Fayose the Okorocha of the South-West?
  • Eagles to play England friendly in June
  • Southern Thailand declared disaster area as flash floods kill 15
  • Police handcuffed me to a car seat –BudgIT official arrested for holding meeting
  • Pastor, wife, two children die in Lagos fire
  • Woman forced to keep dead baby in fridge
  • Delta policeman shoots student at checkpoint over N1,000
  • Landlord sues police for aiding tenant to take over house
  • Police arraign doctor for killing FRSC official
  • Man loses two children to suspected assassins
  • Woman gets engaged to a chandelier
  • Atiku’ll speak at Saturday’s national convention –PDP
  • Ondo APC: Kekemeke, others seek acting chairman’s removal
  • APC tackles Okowa
  • Court dismisses Kashamu’s suit seeking to stop PDP’s sanction
  • PDP woos Saraki, Kwankwaso
  • Appeal Court affirms Raji-Rasaki’s election
  • War-torn Libya starts voter registration
  • Kashamu loses bid to stop PDP’s disciplinary action
  • PDP chair: Babatope knocks Wike, Makarfi for backing Secondus
  • FG orders Kachikwu to end fuel scarcity by weekend
  • W’Bank Board to consider $1bn for Nigeria’s power sector
  • Petrolex plans $3.6bn oil refinery for Ogun
  • Banks launch new automated cheque clearing application
  • Egina probe: Senate threatens NAPIMS boss over non-appearance
  • Customs warn smugglers, duty evaders ahead of Yuletide
  • Nine-year-old girl pregnant as stepdad rapes her 10 times daily

(www.punchng.com)

 

ThisDay

  • FG Orders Kachikwu to End Fuel Scarcity
  • Buhari Visits Kano, Grants Amnesty to 500 Prison Inmates
  • PDP Permutations and the South-west Gamble
  • PDP Woos Saraki, Kwankwaso, others, Assures Transparent Convention
  • Another 257 Nigerians Deported from Libya
  • FG Summons Representative in Libya over Slave Trade
  • South-west Govs Meet, Take Unanimous Position on Constitution Amendment
  • Petrolex to Invest $5bn in 250,000bpd Refinery
  • Buhari Signs Three Bills into Law
  • 200 Families Sacked by Fulani Herdsmen in Cross River
  • Supreme Court to Rule on Dasuki’s Bail March 2018
  • DAME 2017: THISDAY Bags Two Awards for Media Excellence
  • BudgIT Decries Assault on its Staff, Democratic Accountability
  • Customs Impounds 64 Vehicles, Smuggled Rice Worth N1.6bn
  • Court Adjourns Metuh’s Trial to Jan 22
  • Tension as Fulanis Reject Open-grazing Prohibition Bill in Plateau
  • Osinbajo Finds Adamawa Town Deserted
  • Army Replaces Commander in War against Boko Haram after Six Months
  • 25 Countries to Participate in Carnival Calabar
  • Shehu Musa Yar’Adua Memorial Holds in Abuja
  • Cross River’s N1.3tn Budget Achievable, Says NEXIM Bank MD
  • ICPC Interrogates Ex-Appeal Court Judge, Tsamiya over Alleged N200m Bribe
  • Senate Insists €135.8m Kaduna Power Plant Not Ready for Inauguration
  • Ex-NJC Secretary Wants Harmonisation of Pension Laws
  • IPOB Protests Continued Detention of Members
  • Nigeria Discovers 38 New Gas Flare Sites, Flared 800mscuf/d in 2015
  • Nigerians Yet to Feel Change Mantra Promised By APC, Says Doyin Okupe
  • Court to Fayemi: Ekiti Judicial Panel Lawful, Can Probe Your Govt
  • Two Children Killed in Akwa Ibom
  • PDP Yet to Learn from Past Mistakes, Says Abba Moro
  • Bayelsa Uncovers Massive Irregular Employment in Civil Service
  • Suspected Cultists Kill Final Year UNIUYO Student at Viewing Centre in A’ Ibom
  • Niger Delta Youth Leader Mobilises Support to Restructure, Reposition MAN, Oron
  • Queens School Old Girls Hold 65th Anniversary Convention

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

The Nation

  • Trader arraigned for N240, 000 fraud
  • My popularity in north intact – Buhari
  • Lagos shuts hotels over N354.75m tax evasion
  • FG announces massive vacancies nationwide
  • NYSC DG tasks corps members to adopt entrepreneurship mentality
  • Confusion over Justice Ademola’s resignation
  • Adamu selects 10 players for COPA Lagos
  • Jigawa LG partners CPC to end food adulteration
  • Two policemen, NSCDC staff probed for abduction in Jigawa
  • Complete Anambra Airport, APGA S/Africa urges Obiano
  • UAE urges Arabs, Muslims to unite over U.S decision on Jerusalem
  • Army removes commander over Boko Haram attacks
  • Numan crisis: Bindow appeals to community to shun rumour peddling
  • NAPIMS GMD to appear before Senate in 24 hours
  • Global outcry trails U.S recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital
  • Adamu selects 10 players for COPA Lagos
  • Arsenal Beach Soccer Team Arrives Today as Lagos State Supports Copa Lagos
  • Shakhtar beat City to reach last 16, as Ronaldo sets new record
  • NTTF set for national open, Commonwealth trials
  • Liverpool Seven Goals Up, Spurs Score Three, Man City Losing
  • Umar Sadiq battles Yailton Neves in London.
  • Ronaldo’s leaked new boots hints Ballon d’Or victory
  • Student scalds colleague with hot water, pepper
  • Why Nigeria must leverage on ICT to improve research, by expert
  • ‘Antiretroviral treatment inaccessible for HIV patients’
  • How mathematics can solve life-threatening ailments, by don
  • IBB varsity loses Deputy VC
  • Time to look in the mirror
  • Corps members mark AIDs Day

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

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