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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, November 2, 2017

The Nation

  • Rice farmers want FG to review conditions for ABP loans
  • CAF lists three Nigerians among nominees for African players awards
  • UBTH rejected my brother with monkeypox’
  • Youths now migrate out of Nigeria through sea says Abike Dabiri
  • Court: Diezani’s application for trial in Nigeria bizarre, misconceived
  • Air Force to deploy seized Rivers copter to North East
  • I don’t have presidential ambition in 2019 -Orji Kalu
  • Anxiety grips banks over Nov. 3 deadline for BVN
  • Ailing ex-VP Ekwueme stable, says family
  • Oyo-Ita angry ‘over leaked memo’
  • EFCC invites ex-NIA DG, wife, others
  • Magu: I have no asset abroad
  • Fed Govt to recover another $321m looted fund
  • 12:23 amNJC receives 1,124 corruption cases, says CJN
  • SGF to staff: I’m simply ‘Boss’
  • Wednesday’s UEFA Champions League Results
  • CAF: List of African Player of the Year, home and away
  • Victor Moses, Troost-Ekong Named for CAF Award
  • Russia plan eye-popping Draw at the Kremlin
  • FIFA World Cup Trophy to arrive Nigeria March 3
  • NFF Hastens Preparations For Algeria Friendly
  • Row over ‘bloody’ eviction at UNN
  • Lecturer-student relationship in private varsities
  • Material scientists meet in Benin City
  • Education big factor in maternal mortality, says Briggs
  • Fundamentals for a prosperous Africa
  • Nigeria, a paradox of a nation
  • Role of herbal medicine in infertility treatment
  • Barley grass not the least of greens
  • 200,000 living with HIV in Oyo
  • I don’t have presidential ambition in 2019 -Orji Kalu
  • Court stops fresh Ogun PDP congress
  • Appreciating Obiano’s big dreamsFour-storey building collapses in Ebute-Meta
  • Senator Tinubu unveils Montessori School
  • AVM Martins’ body for burial Nov 22
  • Man accused of raping daughter attacks journalists

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Guardian

  • Oyo-Ita confronts Kyari at FEC
  • CAF lists Moses, Troost-Ekong, others for African Player award
  • Dasuki declines to testify in Metuh’s case
  • UN financial inclusion advocate, Queen Maxima assures CBN of support
  • Fayose commiserates with Tinubu over son’s death
  • APC, Buhari, others commiserate with Tinubu over son’s death
  • Onnoghen recommends use of ADR
  • Again, Fayose seeks Justice Abang’s sack, says ‘he is polluting judiciary’
  • FG directs Malami to recover $321m Abacha loot from Switzerland
  • Four-storey building collapses in Lagos
  • Salah, Can, Sturridge keep Liverpool on course
  • Aguero back from brink to become Man City icon
  • Tottenham advance as Alli double rocks Real Madrid
  • Sevilla back on track for last 16 after Spartak win
  • Ambode splashes N50m on MFM FC, promises to make Agege Stadium ready for Africa
  • ‘Uzoho’s presence will create healthy rivalry among Eagles’ goalkeepers’
  • NSE indices sustain rising profile, up by N72 billion
  • NCCN committed to poverty reduction
  • FRCN decries accountants shortage
  • Why Buhari should recontest in 2019
  • Ali’s wrong diagnosis, wrong prescription
  • Anambra: An open letter to INEC
  • Obiano will win by 85%, says APGA
  • PDP’s national chair aspirants pledge to eschew bitterness
  • Anambra Election: Nwoye restates commitment to improving citizens
  • Vegan Spaghetti Bolognese Recipe
  • Whatsapp’s “Unsend” Feature Didn’t Save Kenyan MP Who Sent Colleagues Sex Tips
  • Rick Ross, TuFace and Others To Perform At Calabar Carnival
  • 5% of pregnancies in Nigeria are by teenagers, says Lagos commissioner
  • ‘Improving food safety, standards will ensure optimal well being’
  • How wheatgrass can help cancer and other terminally ill patients
  • Man on the run after Facebook tips he gave on how to rape women went viral
  • Claims against director, radio boss deepen Hollywood abuse scandal
  • 12 finalists emerge in Cowbellpedia maths competition

(www.guardian.ng)       

 

The Sun

  • Buhari’s Chief of Staff, HoS, Oyo-Ita in hot exchanges
  • Ozubulu massacre: Police unveil suspected killers
  • Tinubu loses first son, Jide
  • Ikoyi cash: EFCC summons sacked NIA DG, wife
  • Buratai probes retirement of 200 officers
  • 2019: Kalu dismisses presidential campaign posters
  • Nigercem to resume cement produce as core investor mobilises to site
  • Why you must avoid deadly trips to Europe
  • How to prevent unwanted pregnancy
  • Moses, Ekong make African Player of the Year shortlist
  • EFCC to go after human traffickers — Magu
  • BREAKING: Lagos appoints SLGs, supervisors of 57 local councils
  • Nigerian scholars abroad owed N2.4b, as Saraki intervenes
  • Kenya’s lecturers strike over unfulfilled pay deal
  • Hong Kong govt. under fire in LGBT row
  • Lagos Trade Fair concession: Our story, by AULIC
  • Nwoye is giant-killer; neglect him at your own peril – Ezenwa
  • Why I’m backing Obaze – Alor, APGA chieftain
  • NNPC partners Benue, Ondo govts to establish biofuel plants
  • Nigeria lost $100bn export revenues in 2 years –Awolowo
  • NIMN goes tough on quackery
  • FIFA World Cup trophy to arrive Nigeria March 3
  • I don’t want to renew my Madrid contract, Ronaldo declares
  • CAF nominates 3 Nigerians for awards
  • PDP chair: Bode George visits Gombe Thursday
  • Fayose commiserates with Tinubu over son’s death
  • Nigerian scholars abroad owed N2.4b, as Saraki intervenes
  • Benue group trains women to counsel students against radicalisation, violent extremism

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • N-Deltans Desert Homes Over Navy’s Operation Octopus Grip —IYC President
  • Buhari, Dogara, APC, Others Condole With Tinubu Over Son’s Death
  • EFCC’ll Continue To Lose Graft Cases, Unless — Zakari
  • CAF’s 2017 African Player Award: Moses, Troos-Ekong, Ajayi Make List
  • Babachir, ‘Cabal’ As Anti-Theory
  • Enugu LG Polls: Imperative For Peace
  • I Needed Money For My Father’s Drugs—Illegal Bunkerer
  • 59 AMJide Tinubu’s Death, Huge Loss To Nigeria – Obaseki
  • Uzodinma Wants ‘State Of Origin’ Provision Removed From Nation’s Statute Books
  • NJC Anti-Graft Committee: I’ve Recieved 1, 124 Corruption Cases — CJN
  • Why A-Ibom Assembly Started Legislative Internship Programme —Luke
  • Man Docked Over Alleged N10m Theft
  • Bonga Oil Spill Victims Drag Shell To UK Court
  • Maina: HoS, Kyari In Verbal Tango At FEC
  • $43.5m Hidden Cash: EFCC Summons Sacked NIA D-G, Oke, Wife, Others
  • Islamisation Plot Is Real, CAN Tells Osinbajo
  • Court Grants Atiku’s Son, Aminu, Custody Of Children
  • Maina: HoS, Kyari in verbal tango at FEC
  • Islamisation plot is real, CAN tells Osinbajo
  • Family allays fears over Ekwueme’s health
  • SGF: Again, Buhari fails to play father figure — OHANAEZE
  • Nigerian missions groan over non-payment of salaries, allowances
  • Suspect in ghost workers’ syndicate has 200 bank accounts – EFCC
  • CAF’s 2017 African Player Award: Moses, Troos-Ekong, Ajayi make list
  • Messi pulls out of Nigeria match
  • FIFA World Cup trophy arrives Nigeria March 3
  • Kane starts for Spurs in Real showdown
  • Fayose reiterates call for Justice Abang sack
  • SGF promises to ensure successful implementation of FG’s policies
  • Senate threatens to arrest IGP Idris
  • Saraki directs MDAs to submit outstanding scholarships to Senate
  • Apapa Gridlock: FG moves cargo delivery from Lagos ports to Ogun State
  • Advert expenditure dipped N7bn in 2016
  • BoI, Gates Foundation, CGAP partner to boost entrepreneurship
  • Facebook constitutes Africa’s first SME Council in Nigeria
  • Boundary dispute: Over 10,000 Ebonyi indigenes access free medical treatment
  • No going back on Gelegele Seaport project – Edo Govt
  • Ijebu-Igbo boils over killing of RTEAN member
  • I am like a preacher – Oba Ewuare 11

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • Breaking: Benue women march in support of grazing law
  • Chiwetel Ejiofor, Beyonce star in ‘The Lion King’
  • Canada to boost immigration to one million over three years
  • Fujitsu, Lenovo agree to PC merger
  • Catalan separatist leaders arrive in court, but not Puigdemont
  • What to do before selling your Android phone
  • World Bank, NCCN prepare report on states’ economic viability
  • Buhari, Dogara, Akeredolu mourn as Tinubu’s first son dies
  • N13bn Ikoyi cash: EFCC invites Oke, wife, NIA officials
  • Traffickers excreted 119 wraps of known, unknown drugs –NDLEA
  • New York attacker should be put to death, says Trump
  • FG files six charges against fleeing Maina
  • Corruption: How Buhari is losing the war
  • Dele Alli hails ‘fantastic’ win over Real Madrid
  • My sister was murdered – Brother of late OAU undergraduate
  • Traffickers excreted 119 wraps of known, unknown drugs –NDLEA
  • My sister was murdered – Brother of late OAU undergraduate
  • 37-year-old Cameroonian dies in lover’s home
  • Masterminds of Ozubulu killings in S’African prison —Police
  • Police arrest 20 suspected cult members in Akwa Ibom
  • Anxiety as two sisters disappear in Bayelsa
  • Lagos hotel guard kills colleague over disagreement
  • Stop FG allocation for Imo LGs, NGO tells court
  • Arraignment of bank robbery suspects stalled
  • Atiku’s son gets children’s custody
  • PDP chairmanship aspirants fail to reach consensus
  • Tackling unresolved high-profile corruption cases
  • Dogara condoles with Tinubu over son’s death
  • APC NEC meeting: Govs’ bid to get automatic 2019 ticket for Buhari fails
  • Nigerians must work against another war, says Buhari
  • Buhari inaugurates SGF, Armed Forces remembrance emblem
  • Maina: Altercation precedes FEC meeting over leaked memo
  • Accord Party delists Ladoja
  • Man caught sleeping with neighbour’s wife
  • Leaked memo: Buhari summons Kyari, Oyo-Ita after FEC clash
  • The most efficient ways to buy Data on your phone

(www.punchng.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Buhari Resets Administration, Says Nigeria Must Never See War Again
  • Malami Given Mandate to Recover $321m Abacha Loot from Switzerland
  • EFCC Summons Ex-NIA DG, Oke, Wife over $43.5m Ikoyi Cash
  • Ekwueme in Stable Condition, Says Family
  • 3tn Brass Fertilizer Plant in Bayelsa to Generate 20,000 Jobs
  • Your Application a Deliberate Ploy to Evade Justice in UK, Judge Tells Alison-Madueke
  • Onnoghen: We Have 1,124 Ongoing Corruption Cases
  • CAN is Not Raising False Alarm, Ayokunle Tells Osinbajo
  • Executive Governor Tag is a Banana Peel, Says SGF
  • IG Shuns Hearing as Senate C’ttee Threatens Warrant of Arrest
  • NNPC Begins Oil Exploration, Biofuel Projects in Benue, Ondo
  • Hilton, Transcorp Hotels Sign 20-year Contract Extension
  • Buhari, APC, Political Associates Mourn as Tinubu Loses Son
  • Sack PDP Loyalists in Your Administration, Okorocha Tells Buhari
  • We Don’t Need Bloated Cabinet Now, ADP Tells Buhari
  • Customs Seizes 10 Trailers Loads of Rice, Collects N1.3bn in October
  • Pastor, 35 Cultists Arrested in A’Ibom
  • Four Bank Robbery Suspects Arraigned
  • Courts Grant Bail to 67 Suspected Kidnappers
  • Osinbajo to Open House Summit on Economic Recession
  • Keyamo: HoS is Dodgy on Maina Recall Saga
  • UN Scribe Tasks INEC on Free and Fair Elections
  • OIF to Unveil Scholarship Scheme, Honour Ransome Kuti, Ekpo, Queens Amina, Moremi, Idia
  • Senators Express Reservation over North-east Devt Commission
  • Bill Proposing Polytechnic in Sokoto Passes Second Reading
  • Amnesty Office Disowns Protesters, Rejects Allegation of Partisanship
  • Police Blame Two S’African Prisoners for Ozubulu Church Massacre
  • NACC Drives Non-oil Product Export with Workshop
  • CBN Targets 80% Financial Inclusion by 2020
  • FIFA World Cup Trophy to Arrive Nigeria March 3

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • LASWA embarks on safety, simulation campaign to prevent death toll on waterways
  • Fayose commiserates with Tinubu over son’s death
  • FG’s disclosure on debts confirms my claim on Fayemi ―Fayose
  • CAN writes Fayose on 2019 presidential ambition, urges focus
  • FUNAAB: Administer with fear of God, Obasanjo tells new VC, Salako
  • Proscribed Auchi poly SUG accuses rector of fraud, tyranny
  • Probe: Senate, IGP flex muscles
  • Buhari has compassion for Nigerian masses ―SGF
  • Lagos Assembly, Ajimobi commiserate with Tinubu on son’s death
  • buhari glass Nigeria, break-up, Buhari, hungry
  • FG commits $5million to rural sanitation, hygiene
  • Education summit: Akeredolu will not introduce unfriendly policy
  • Government announces Public Holiday for Thanksgiving in Bayelsa
  • Prisons denies illegal armed escort for Kuje inmate to commit fraud
  • Equities market opens November positive with N71bn gain
  • NEMSA backs AEDC’s clean-up of shanty networks
  • Trumps cancels diversity visa lottery programme
  • Ondo NUJ suspends three members for breach of peace
  • Missing billions: Deconstructing governance issues in NNPC
  • NNPC commences oil exploration in Benue ―Baru
  • Ajimobi’s aide tasks school heads on school safety
  • Reps okay bill to regulate foreign exchange market
  • EKSU Killings: Alumni commends Fayose on moves to stop cultism in schools
  • Osinbajo tasks judiciary on speedy trial of criminal cases
  • Nigeria will become technologically advanced by 2037, if… —FUTA don
  • Gov Bello says Niger set to improve quality of education
  • Nigerian youths ill-equipped for today’s challenges —Kwara gov
  • Federal University, Lokoja, commences PG programme
  • Agents want Customs to stop seizing non-contraband goods
  • FG wades into new shipping charges face-off, issues ministerial directive
  • AEO Nigeria Customs service logo
  • Arms importation: Customs to introduce AEO to streamline cargo clearance
  • Understanding a don’s literary style
  • Of museum and sensitisation of Nigerians on the country’s cultural values
  • Book Review: Of governance and oil pollution law in Nigeria
  • Understanding museum’s role in fostering national unit

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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