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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, July 13, 2017

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Punch

  • UPDATED: Two suicide bombers kill 14 in Cameroon
  • Confusion as bullet hits pupil during exams
  • PHOTOS: Barca players show off new jersey
  • Osogbo residents besiege prison for detained Diekola
  • FG approves N2.7tn for pensioners, contractors, fuel marketers
  • Sahara Group, Afolayan premiere Hanatu
  • US unveils new technology for Nigerian oil industry
  • Lekki-Ajah: The present and future floods
  • Reps panel summons Capital Oil over missing N11bn petrol
  • Reps summon health minister, order him to recall NHIS boss
  • Group wants Danbazau sacked over Taraba killings
  • Army won’t be involved in politics —Buratai
  • IRK/CRK: CAN takes protest to Senate over new curriculum
  • Falling oil price’ll definitely affect 2017 budget – Kachikwu
  • Federer eyes title as Murray, Djokovic exit Wimbledon
  • ‘Stop forcing suspects to make confessional statements’
  • Customs recover N229.9m unpaid duties in one month
  • What France means to the world
  • Lawmaker sponsoring amnesty bill for looters deserves suspension —Sagay
  • Police recover 300 stolen cows in Niger
  • Bello wasting resources on political jamboree, says PDP
  • How gunmen killed VP on Akwa Ibom school premises
  • Wike, former PDP ministers, ex-govs, hail Supreme Court for sacking Sheriff
  • PDP senators jubilate as Senate swears in Adeleke
  • Why Nigerian doctors, dentists are going abroad
  • More floods imminent in Lagos, other states – FG
  • Policemen torture Lagos motorcycle rider to death
  • Appeal Court judge withdraws from Patience Jonathan’s $5.9m suit
  • Daddy Showkey cries for help over killings in Ajegunle
  • Former FIFA official, Chuck Blazer, dies at 72
  • I went into kidnapping to make money like Evans – Suspect
  • Five Adeyemi College students allegedly gang-rape lady, record act on tape
  • We’re not threatened by who becomes PDP Chairman – APC
  • Sheriff wanted to destroy PDP from within – Ozekhome
  • PDP crisis: No victor, no vanquished, says Ekweremadu

(punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • Peugeot-Citroen’s lifted by Iran despite China sales plunge
  • OPEC compliance with oil cuts at lowest in 6 months, says IEA
  • Ill-fated Malaysia’s MH17 suspects to face charges by year-end
  • Cambodia bans overseas exports of coastal sand
  • PDP chair: How Sheriff lost out
  • FCE Gombe lecturers down tools, demand sack of Provost, Bursar
  • Lagos LG polls: All NCP candidates have been disenfranchised – Akele
  • In fighting corruption, FG should ask for God’s wisdom – Imoh
  • Power: Discos may lose $2.5bn investment over FG’s new energy policy
  • Why we couldn’t audit Abacha’s loot under Obasanjo –W’Bank
  • FEC approves N2.7tr to pay contractors, pensioners
  • Court halts Iheanacho’s N8.1bn Leicester City move
  • CHAN 2018: Super Eagles to report in Kaduna July 16
  • Onyekuru switches to Henry in Anderlecht new jersey
  • Iba residents seek drainage to halt perennial flooding
  • China rebuffs calls for ailing Liu Xiaobo to go abroad for medicare
  • 14 killed, 30 injured in twin bombings in Cameroon
  • Ambode condoles with ex-Osun gov, Bisi Akande over wife’s death
  • North Korea’s long range missiles
  • Police spoil business for fraudulent traders
  • Notorious Neo-Nazi, racist, white supremacist rumored to be living in Lagos – CNN
  • Markafi is PDP’s new sheriff in town
  • Why traditional birth attendants need training
  • 19 killed, 23 injured in Maiduguri dusk blasts
  • Akeredolu, Aregbesola, Kalu condole with Akande over wife’s demise
  • Commotion in Ibadan as stray bullets from Army shooting range pierce pupil’s head
  • Why I met Buhari in London –Osinbajo
  • Power: Discos may lose $2.5bn investment over FG’s new energy policy

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • DMO raises N106bn through FGN Bond auction
  • Father puts son on sale to raise money for mother’s burial
  • Restructuring: ACF gives condition for support
  • PDP: S-Court judgment resets 2019 politics
  • Ifeanyi Ubah pays N2bn to NNPC over product diversion
  • Naira appreciates as NAFEX transactions hit $3.8bn as CBN injects $142.5m
  • 19 killed, 23 injured in Borno Boko Haram attacks
  • Rohr threatens to resign
  • APC gov’t has no option than perform visibly – El-Rufai
  • Osinbajo’s visit to Buhari a deceit, Nigerians want Buhari to talk to them – Fayose
  • Bayelsa: I created states to douse fears of breakup, minorities’ domination – Gowon
  • PDP crisis: God has used judgment to heal our wounds — Peter Obi
  • Nigeria v Cameroon: NFF confirms Uyo as venue
  • Agu hopeful Enyeama’ll make a U-turn
  • IAAF World U-18 begins in Kenya without Nigeria
  • Angolan President’s Son-In-Law Handed 1-Year Prison Sentence For Fraud
  • FG Commiserates With Citizens On Damage Caused By Floods
  • Trump Sued For Blocking Twitter Users
  • PDP: A Lifeline From The Supreme Court
  • PDP Chieftain, Supporters Defect To APC In Enugu
  • Exposed! 4 Ancient Herbs That Can Correct Your Bad Eyesight So You Can Finaly Dump Your Glasses
  • Man Allegedly Throws Wife Off 2-Storey Building
  • We’ll Pursue Pre-Election Matter On Obaseki’s Educational Qualification —Edo PDP
  • Student Raped By Boyfriend, 4 Others In Ondo
  • Obey Court Decisions, INYC Tells Gbaramatu Ijaws
  • Osinbajo’s Visit To Buhari A Deceit, Nigerians Want Buhari To Talk To Them – Fayose
  • Video: Alleged Igbo Youth Leaders Support Ekweremadu’s Restructuring Position,Ohaneze, Others
  • Bayelsa: I Created States To Douse Fears Of Breakup, Minorities’ Domination – Gowon
  • 2 Brothers Beheaded In Port Harcourt
  • Anti-Smuggling Operations: Customs Rakes Over N229m In One Month
  • Mixed Reactions Trail Apex Court Judgment On PDP Crisis

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

The Nation

  • Gowon opens N3.3bn Bayelsa Govt. House
  • Speed violation, overloading among leading causes of road crashes – FRSC
  • NDDC pledges support for Ozoro Polytechnic in Niger Delta region
  • Wanted criminal’s wife in court for aiding, abetting crime
  • Djokovic out of Wimbledon after retiring hurt against Berdych
  • Federer majestic in outclassing Raonic to reach semi-finals
  • Trump sued for blocking Twitter users
  • Authorities say six police shot dead in central Kenya
  • Buhari, Osinbajo talks: Cabinet shake-up likely
  • Osinbajo: Buhari in high spirits, recuperating fast
  • PDP crisis: Supreme Court sacks Sheriff
  • PDP poised to regain power in 2019, say Makarfi, Fayose, Akpabio, others
  • Promissory notes to pay contractors
  • More floods coming in 30 states, says Fed Govt
  • Only 600,000 pay tax in Lagos, says Ambode
  • Buhari, Osinbajo talks: Cabinet shake-up likely
  • Djokovic out of Wimbledon after retiring hurt against Berdych
  • Federer majestic in outclassing Raonic to reach semi-finals
  • Who is Venus Williams Dating? She says…
  • Oscar Pistorius Marks 1 year in Prison
  • COUNTDOWN TO WARRI RELAYS/ CAA GRAND PRIX:Montsho leads Team Botswana to Delta
  • NFF: David to attend Leadership Legacy event in Amsterdam
  • Iwobi teammates keep a date with Taronga Zoo
  • Lecturers shut MAPOLY over alleged sack of 250 colleagues
  • LASU employs 80 students for part-time jobs
  • Federal Poly, Idah shut down as students protest killing of colleague
  • Osinbajo, 500 others inaugurate Alumni UNILAG North America’s Chapter Friday

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

ThisDay

  • Osinbajo: Buhari Will Return to Nigeria Sooner Than Expected
  • ACF Kicks against Implementation of 2014 Confab Report
  • World Bank: We Did Not Audit Abacha’s Loot
  • Immigration Commences Issuance of Temporary Work Permits
  • Senate Gives NNPC, CBN, Others Seven Days to Submit Budgets
  • Dangote Unveils Plan to Replicate Cement Revolution in Rice Production
  • APC Defeat was a Plebiscite against Aregbesola, Say Party Chieftains
  • Kachikwu: Nigeria Will Voluntarily Join OPEC Cuts
  • Group Accuses Cattle Breeders’ Association of Supporting Killer Herdsmen
  • House Asks Health Minister to Recall Suspended Executive Secretary of NHIS
  • Osinbajo Orders Release of N1.6bn Relief Aid for Flood Victims in 16 States
  • US Supports Nigerian Anti-corruption War with Report Yourself
  • N’Assembly to Curb Contract Breaches, Boost Steel Sector
  • Saraki Swears in Adeleke
  • Court of Appeal Achieves Extraordinary Feat, Delivers 232 Judgments in Two Weeks
  • Saraki Appeals for Calm over New School Curriculum
  • PDP Leaders Jubilate over Makarfi’s Victory
  • Abducted Shangisha Baale Regains Freedom
  • Police Parade Adeyemi College Students,19 Others for Alleged Criminal Activities
  • Labour Unions Support Local Government Autonomy
  • Taskforce Raids Ikorodu, Arrests 133 Suspected Cultists, Badoo Members
  • Africa Architecture Awards Extends Entry Deadline
  • Customs Seizes Container Load of Fake Drugs from India
  • Gowon Advocates Non-partisan Leadership
  • IBM Harps on Data Analytics, Cloud Innovation
  • Embrace IT Digital Transformation, Dell Tells Public Sector
  • Anambra to Establish Seed Multiplication Centre
  • 23 Killed in Suicide Attacks in Maiduguri
  • Police Recover 300 Rustled Cows in Niger
  • Buhari Recuperating Fast, Returns Soon, Says Osinbajo
  • FEC Meeting Shifted to 11am Wednesday Following Osinbajo’s London Trip

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Guardian

  • Toll hits 19 from Maiduguri suicide attacks
  • Teary-eyed Malaysian MH17 families demand justice
  • Toll hits 19 from Maiduguri suicide attacks
  • Volatile oil market will impact Nigeria’s budget, Kachikwu says
  • Buhari: Fayose threatens to release ’11 damaging’ pictures of president
  • 5 Reasons Why You Should Add ‘Ukwa’ To Your Diet
  • Teary-eyed Malaysian MH17 families demand justice
  • Volatile oil market will impact Nigeria’s budget, Kachikwu says
  • Buhari: Fayose threatens to release ’11 damaging’ pictures of president
  • Nigeria to resist OPEC oil production cap
  • Senate plans probe of contractors over TetFund abandoned projects
  • Only new constitution can grant restructuring, says Yakubu Dogara
  • Enyeama not ready for Super Eagles now, says Shorunmu
  • ‘McGregor may never fight again after Mayweather bout’
  • Querrey upsets Murray to reach Wimbledon semifinals
  • Wenger holds ‘face to face’ talks with Mbappe
  • Eagles still need experienced legs, NPPF stars for World Cup qualifiers, says Ekpo
  • Rivers United fans want Governor Wike to ‘clip’ coach Eguma’s wings
  • The Senate and funding of political parties
  • Increase in tuition as a disincentive for learning
  • The long journey to save the PDP from itself
  • After Supreme Court affirmation, Obaseki pledges service delivery
  • I’m vindicated, Jegede maintains
  • Aladekomo urges NSE to partner tech companies
  • How to make economic recovery plan sustainable, by experts
  • Government’s TTP scheme to save over $15 billion yearly
  • Buhari’s search for jackals and hyenas
  • The G20: Sound and fury in Hamburg
  • NLNG amendment act: The needed truth
  • Eastwood casts real life heroes in train terror film
  • Country legend Loretta Lynn pushes back album after stroke
  • Disneyland China falls a-fowl of huge turkey leg demand
  • Trump heads to Paris but Russia scandal travels with him
  • Tickets to London 2017 at stake as athletes burn Abuja tracks
  • Supreme Court’s verdict ends 14-month battle in PDP

(www.guardian.ng)

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