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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, July 27, 2017

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Punch

  • Spanish FA chief, Angel Villar, resigns from FIFA roles
  • Husband of four dies during sex romp with mistress
  • My administration won’t compromise on accountability – Katsina gov
  • China is Hong Kong’s landlord – Justice chief
  • Fani-Kayode to Rochas Okorocha: You have betrayed Igbo people
  • Gulf crisis: UAE freezes accounts of Qatar-linked entities
  • Guinness maker, Diageo, says profit after tax soars to £2.7bn
  • Coca-Cola launches revamped Coke Zero as earnings drop
  • 262 Nigerians voluntarily return from Libya
  • Apple supplier, Foxconn, to build $10bn factory in US
  • Gowon and Nigerian unity
  • Publish names of 600 suspended contractors, group tells NDDC
  • ‘Law faculties overshooting admission quota will be sanctioned’
  • Cadbury Nigeria posts N766.4m half-year loss
  • Samsung overtakes Apple, becomes world’s biggest phone maker
  • Man Utd not yet at Barca’s level – Mourinho
  • Neymar scores as Barcelona beat Man Utd 1-0
  • Man City beat Real Madrid 4-1
  • Osinbajo launches world’s biggest fertiliser plant in Rivers today
  • Nigerian scientist develops therapy for arthritis
  • Customs seize 140 imported snakes, 660 other animals
  • The Internet’s future lies with its next billion users
  • Grandma dumps daughter’s day-old baby in bush
  • Quincy Jones wins $9.4m in damages from Michael Jackson’s estate
  • Buhari’s recovery is a miracle, says Ebonyi gov
  • Probe Fayose over Buhari’s health status comment – Faparusi
  • Glo, Etisalat lose internet users as MTN, Airtel gain
  • Senate seeks immunity for members, rejects power devolution
  • Tension as youths kill Hausa resident in Ogun
  • Soldiers, JTF rescue oil workers abducted by Boko Haram
  • Sex workers want govt to legalise prostitution
  • Eight bodies recovered from collapsed Lagos building
  • Police, DSC ex-workers clash in Delta protest
  • Law School justifies expulsion of student
  • Man impregnates 11-year-old girl, says she probably raped him while he slept
  • Makarfi committee wants BoT to lead PDP during crisis
  • Discard 1999 Constitution, revisit 2014 confab resolutions – YCE
  • PDP proposes BoT to take over party during crisis
  • Sagay wants SANs punished for frustrating corruption cases
  • Reps shelve voting on constitution amendments till Thursday

(www.punchng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • No to regionalism, yes to resource control —Igala leaders
  • 1999 constitution alterations: Senate votes against more powers for states
  • De-criminalise sex work in Nigeria, sex workers urge FG
  • Osinbajo swears in two ministers
  • Naira depreciates to N369.5/$ in NAFEX
  • Breaking: Buhari receives political delegation in London
  • Lagos school kidnap: DAY 63: Two abducted students mark 16, 17 years birthday in captivity
  • North East: Military troops rescue abducted NNPC Staff
  • Man Utd far from the level of Barca – Mourinho
  • Olympics: LA ‘stupid’ not to host 2028 Games – mayor
  • USA beat Jamaica 2-1 to win sixth CONCACAF Gold Cup
  • Ederson performance against Real sign of things to come – Guardiola
  • Bala Usman: Things Are Looking Up At The Ports
  • Man Utd Far From The Level Of Barca – Mourinho
  • Resign, Go Home And Rest, Fani-Kayode Tells Buhari
  • Why We Expelled Intending Lawyer, Bello — Nigerian Law School
  • Kebbi Turns Govt Guest Houses To Tourists Centres
  • UAE Freezes Accounts Of Qatar-Linked Entities
  • NHIS Boss’ Suspension: Reps Threaten Arrest Of Health Minister
  • Butcher Bags 30 Days Jail Sentence For Stealing Goat
  • We Have Women Negotiating With Boko Haram—Bridget Osakwe, Programme Manager, WANEP
  • Nigeria’s Sitting On Keg Of Gunpowder — YCE
  • Rivers PDP Demands Amaechi’s Resignation As Minister
  • “I Will Give 5000 Naira To Any Man Who Does Not Last 30 Mins In Bed After Using This!”
  • Angelina Jolie: My hardest time was divorcing Pitt
  • Hanatu: Giving wings to dreams, aspirations
  • Sympathisers throng Faleti’s home, as more eulogise pour in
  • Why I dropped out of school for music – ConA’Stone

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Guardian

  • Governors silent after meeting Buhari in London
  • Onyema identifies corporate governance as pre-requisite for promoting economic growth
  • Senate rejects power devolution, affirmative action for women
  • Government approves establishment of digital literacy council
  • Sweden prime minister reshuffles cabinet over data scandal
  • Fires in southern France ‘under control’
  • 262 more Nigerians return from Libya
  • Tears in rain: North Korea marks ‘Victory Day’
  • Britain weighs economic impact of EU immigration
  • Osinbajo inaugurates, tasks new ministers on national development
  • Ederson performance against Real sign of things to come, says Guardiola
  • Pique admits he is not sure Neymar will stay
  • Ezenwa named CHAN Eagles’ captain as players talk tough
  • Iheanacho for Leicester medical tomorrow
  • Umotong joins Briton & Hove Albion ladies
  • I will give my best in London, says Brume
  • Corrupt leaders and the law: Lessons from Brazil
  • Medical imaging practitioners reject bill on National Council of Radiology
  • Senate’s proposal on council election stirs controversy
  • Fear of implosion frustrating APC meetings, claims Makarfi
  • Buhari’s aide eyes Ekiti governor seat
  • UACN appoints new successor as Ettah unveils retirement plan
  • ‘Africa’s economic confidence improving’
  • Guinness Nigeria explains N40 billion rights issue
  • Buhari, just come back home
  • Nigeria’s toxic NGO Regulation Bill
  • Actor Jason Bateman gets Hollywood star
  • New music from late Australian indigenous singer Gurrumul
  • Basquiat: a darling of pop culture, but not museums

(www.guardian.ng)           

 

The Sun

  • Osinbajo arrives P’ Harcourt enroute Eleme
  • Bolt, Mo Farah bid farewell to tracks in London
  • Macron met Rihanna, global education discussed
  • Anambra: Why I deserve APC ticket –Nwibe
  • 2019: Defeating APC, feasible, declares Ardo
  • Gombe 2019 and quest to replace Governor Dankwambo
  • Product diversion: EFCC recovers N328bn from Forte Oil, Oando, others
  • 9mobile: Investors, 20m subscribers, staff our priority says NCC
  • NEITI seeks transfer of $2.395bn oil revenue to SWF
  • Tyson Fury quits boxing
  • Russia 2018: Abedi tips Eagles to fly over Indomitable Lions
  • Avoid going to southern Philippines, Western citizens urged
  • Execution reduces Ohio’s death roll to 138
  • EU offers 209m euros to help refugees rent homes
  • Customs intercepts 3 containers of live snakes, others in Calabar
  • 300 UK charities hit by global crackdown on illegal funds
  • Okorocha, Fani-Kayode fight dirty
  • Lagos collapsed building: Death toll rises to 8
  • We won’t spare human traffickers –FG
  • Product diversion: EFCC recovers N328bn from Forte Oil, Oando, others
  • Buhari not treating mere malaria, says Ebonyi gov.
  • Osinbajo launches world’s biggest fertiliser plant
  • CONSTITUTION AMENDMENT : Senate restricts vice president, deputy govs
  • Obi of Onitsha to IPOB: Election must hold in Anambra

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

ThisDay

  • EFCC Recovers N328.9bn from Conoil, Total, Seven Others
  • 9Mobile: Olusanya Visits NCC, Seeks Concession on Spectrum Allocation, Interconnect Rates
  • Udoma, N’Assembly Begin Consultations over 2017–2020 MTEF
  • RMAFC Unearths over N115bn Tax Liabilities against FG, States
  • Enugu Police Evacuates Unexploded Biafra War Bomb
  • FG Borrows N3.38bn to Aid Potato Production in Plateau
  • FG May Probe Utilisation of Bailout Funds By States, Says Oni
  • Restructuring: IG Distances Force from Governors’ Forum Committee on State Police
  • Navy to Establish Naval War College in Cross River
  • No Evidence of 282 Missing Vessels, Says NPA
  • Sagay Seeks Punishment for SANs Frustrating Grand Corruption Cases
  • Nigeria Customs Generates N486bn in Six Months
  • House C’ttee Embargoes NHIS Budget Pending Appearance of Health Minister
  • NAF Deploys Armed Helicopters, Personnel to Taraba, Kaduna to Maintain Peace
  • Ex-FCT Minister, Akinjide Regains Passport to Tavel Overseas for Treatment
  • EKEDC Disconnects 80 Flats in Festac over Protest for Pre-paid Meters
  • CJN Commences Construction of Rivers Judges Quarters
  • Gambari Urges FG to Prosecute Sponsors of Violent Crimes
  • Building Collapse: Raise the Alarm on Suspicious Construction, Lagos Urges Residents
  • Osinbajo Seeks N’Assembly Approval for N222.36bn FCT Budget
  • EFCC Seals Multi-billion Naira Enugu Mall
  • FG Promises to Hunt down, Punish Human Traffickers
  • Police Arraign Odegbami’s Driver, Housekeeper for Alleged N150m Theft
  • 38 Inmates Freed in Ebonyi
  • NEMA Debunks Spending 13bnin One Month
  • Irate Youths Burn Hotel in Edo over Woman’s Killing
  • Host Community Pledged Support for Lafarge-Holcim’s Operations
  • Ekweremadu Reaffirms Commitment for Selfless Service, Effective Representation
  • Man, 60 Arraigned for Killing Daughter, Son in Enugu
  • AUN to Give Scholarships to 75 Candidates

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

The Nation

  • 262 Nigerians deported from Libya
  • Senate dumps devolution of powers to states
  • EFCC recovers N328.9b from Total, MRS, others
  • Buhari’s recovery a miracle, says ‘excited’ Umahi
  • IG seeks stringent punishment against kidnapping
  • Police kill five suspected kidnappers in Ogun
  • Building collapse death toll now eight
  • APC governorship aspirant advocates free, fair primaries
  • Edo PDP ‘ll bounce back, say chieftains
  • Women urged to participate in politics
  • We intend bringing World Stars to Lagos State – Tinubu
  • Neymar cleared of tax evasion as PSG tables £450m
  • Afrobasket: Ogoke-Ejiogu eyes World Cup
  • Behold Ibrahimovic note in latest Instagram post
  • CHINESE SUPER LEAGUE: Mikel, Martins, Ighalo’s clubs hit with financial crisis
  • Nigerian players rounded off training with Spanish coach
  • How booed Mayweather ‘became hailed Floyd Money
  • ‘I sleep and wake up in pains’
  • Teachers kick as Kogi varsity bans ASUU
  • Fatherhood crisis
  • 18 years after, Afrika lives on
  • Fed Govt plans ICT varsity, says minister
  • AIB, Unilorin sign agreement on usage of $5.8m lab
  • Oyo, Osun constitute LAUTECH’s Governing Council
  • Celebrities gather as Wanneka’s Lounge opens in Lekki
  • Fuji music, a force to reckon with – Love Idris
  • ‘Tatu’: Another BoI-support film premieres in style
  • ‘Why holistic health treatment is better’
  • Benefits of watermelon many, says expert
  • Amazon A-F, top slot anti-Candida warhead

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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