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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, November 30, 2017

Punch

  • If war comes, North Korean regime will be utterly destroyed – US
  • Nsofor presents letter of credence to Trump
  • Togo’s political instability may affect Nigeria, others -Buhari
  • BREAKING: Oil marketers threaten service withdrawal in Lagos, Ogun
  • Nigeria, Libya in focus as OPEC meets today
  • FG sacks Lagos trade fair complex concessionaire
  • Seven tips for resolving complaints against banks
  • Court remands Lagos banker for allegedly torturing wife to death
  • Dutch probe Bosnian war criminal’s live UN court suicide
  • Nigerian men are afraid women will kill them
  • Gunmen kill pastor, policeman, abduct three in Ondo
  • State your role in Mainagate, ex-NBA president, CSOs tell President
  • N421m whistle-blower money ready for payment –Finance minister
  • Pregnant woman, five others die in Ogun crash
  • Nigerians don’t have respect for time — Octogenarian female SAN
  • Court remands Lagos banker for allegedly torturing wife to death
  • Gunmen kill pastor, policeman, abduct three in Ondo
  • Pregnant woman, five others die in Ogun crash
  • Lagos youths renounce cultism, celebrate with hemp smoking
  • Physically challenged woman kills own baby with hot water
  • Police kill robbers in Kaduna, recover 413 cows
  • Two judicial officers, corps member nabbed for alleged corruption
  • Senate investigates worsening security situation in the country
  • Woman held in dungeon, raped, tortured for 10 years
  • Togo’s political instability may affect Nigeria, others -Buhari
  • Tinubu gave me ‘beautiful piece of information’ – Buhari
  • Reps hold public hearing on CCTV bill
  • Why I am with governors in Abidjan – Buhari
  • INEC to partner political parties for credible elections
  • Agbakoba, Duke, Aremu, Utomi, others, float political group
  • damawa gov meets Buhari, says no plan to leave APC
  • APC leaders, acting chairman differ on suspended chairman Kekemeke’s status
  • My second term would have zero tolerance for corruption –Obiano
  • Seven tips for resolving complaints against banks
  • FG, states, LGAs share N4.55tn in nine months
  • Why we are phasing $5.5bn foreign borrowing – DMO

(www.punchng.com)

 

Tribune

  • Nurses appeal to Oyo Govt over plight of LAUTECH hospital staff
  • Financial literacy, panacea of economic growth ―Ezekwesili
  • Adeosun suspends SEC DG, 2 others over alleged improprieties
  • Nigerians eager to have PDP back ―Ciroma
  • Nominee rejection: Senate refers matter to committee
  • Nigerian returnees happy coming home from Libya ―Commission
  • FRSC to deploy 1,000 officers in Oyo State
  • PDP Chair: I have no sponsor ―Adeniran
  • FG, States, LGs share N4.55 trillion in 9 months ―Report
  • NYCN gets new certificate of incorporation to end factional crisis
  • Bello threatens to dethrone monarchs over Fulani/farmers’ clash
  • Kidnappers kill 1 in Ondo, as police rescue 3
  • Reps kick against modern slavery in Libya
  • Wike insists King Bob-Manuel remains Amayanabo of Abonema
  • Emir Sanusi urges to review education policies
  • Nasarawa State Governor, Umaru Tanko Al-Makura
  • Aregbesola partners Chinese firm to establish $600m Industrial Park in Osun
  • Wike challenges Christians to play active part in politics
  • 3 remanded in Osun prison over alleged possession of cannabis, Indian hemp
  • PDP will return to power in 2019 ―Prof ‎Adeniran
  • AIB releases final reports of four previous crashes
  • Anambra Governor donates 30 vehicles, 20 motorcycles to Security Agencies
  • NUPENG warns govs against diversion of Paris Club refund
  • IPMAN threatens to shut petrol stations
  • 2018 budget in trouble as OPEC caps Nigerian production at 1.8mb/d
  • Insurance: Restructuring to sweep away old brigade
  • Air Peace boss faults AfDB President over African airlines
  • Etihad Airways to operate all Boeing Dreamliner planes to Geneva
  • Why Nigerian airlines must collaborate —Fadugba
  • Yuletide: Medview Airlines announces discounted fares on Lagos-London route
  • North Korea launches ballistic missile ‘capable of striking anywhere in US’
  • Korea May Be Preparing Missile Test Ahead of Joint Drills-Reports
  • I’ll be sworn in as president in December —Odinga
  • Kenya election: Kenyatta vows to overcome divisions
  • Pregnant woman, 6 others die in Ogun auto crash
  • Court dissolves 10-year-old marriage over claims of wife not respecting her husband
  • Woman kills fellow church member with car, while making call
  • 3 female writers for Nov/Dec Ebedi residency
  • Book review: Understanding heaven’s economy
  • A window to the world of religion

(wwww.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

ThisDay

  • NNPC Targets $5bn Cash-for-Crude Prepayments
  • President Saddened over Sale of Nigerians ‘Like Goats’ in Libya
  • SEC DG, Gwarzo Suspended over Financial Impropriety, EFCC Joins Probe
  • Hungary Interested in Buying Nigeria’s Crude Oil, LNG, Says NNPC
  • FG Declares Friday Public Holiday for Maulud
  • FG Approves N1.5bn Advert Bill to Drive $1bn Tax Revenue
  • House Alleges Breach of NDDC Act by FG
  • Ex-THISDAY Editor Launches Book on Jonathan Era
  • Adeosun: Why We Did Not Raise Entire $5.5bn Approved by N’Assembly
  • 2018 Budget: Saraki Queries Rising Recurrent Expenditure
  • Apo Six: Senate Probes Reinstatement of Police Officer Charged with Murder
  • ASUP Suspends Strike
  • NEITI: FG, States, LGs Shared N4.55tn in Nine Months
  • Buhari Seeks Senate Confirmation of CCB Members
  • Slavery: Charly Boy Group to Occupy Libyan Embassy Thursday
  • Troops Capture Boko Haram Commander, Rescue 212 Hostages
  • Scarcity Looms as IPMAN Threatens Showdown with NNPC
  • Ex-minister, Adeniji is Dead
  • 120 Youths Renounce Cultism in Ikorodu
  • Lasun Compels Lawmaker to Withdraw Criticism against FG
  • FG: Selection of Bakassi Seaport Financial Advisor Most Transparent
  • FG Processing Funds For Road Projects
  • Customs Intercepts 506 Bags of Imported Rice in Sokoto
  • Weak Legislature Threatens Democracy in Imo, Kaduna, Kogi, Says HURIWA
  • EFCC Tenders Document in Ghost Workers’ Fraud Trial
  • Abonnema Crisis: Nobody Has Authority to Depose Monarch without Govt Approval, Says Wike
  • Abia Speaker Sheds Tears over Plight of Pensioners
  • EU Pledges to Bridge Gender Inequality Gap in Nigeria
  • A’Ibom Council Polls: Police Talk Tough, Declare War against Armed Political Thugs
  • Court Affirms NAFDAC’s Power to Regulate Chemicals
  • VSF Launches Peace Building Project in Northeast
  • Tambuwal Hails Role of Benin Kingdom in Fostering National Unity

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Guardian

  • Government to bring back stranded Nigerians in Libya
  • Government suspends SEC boss, others over alleged impropriety
  • Experts hopeful of waiver extension for Nigeria as OPEC decides oil outlook
  • Trump attacks British PM after criticism of anti-Muslim videos
  • Rohr ready for any group as Desailly tips Eagles for semifinals
  • US threatens to ‘utterly destroy’ North Korea regime
  • Bello threatens to depose traditional rulers over herdsmen, farmers’ clash
  • Akintola Williams enrolls for national identity number
  • Senate amends NDDC Act, Reps flay violation on board appointment
  • Troops capture terrorists’ commander, kill four, rescue 212 hostages
  • Over 120 suspects renounce cultism, surrender arms
  • Ozil stars as Arsenal rout Huddersfield
  • Mikel, Oshoala, Quadri, others picked for Nigerian Awards for Sporting Excellence
  • Nadal, Federer perch above all others
  • Adekuoroye, Oborududu, Adeniyi, others win gold
  • ‘Success at CAF’s awards good psychologically for Eagles’ campaign in Russia’
  • Disu pleads with councils to register for Lagos Junior League
  • NCC to review consumer campaign as 10million activate DND code
  • Ogun government partners MTNF on Yellow Heart Initiative
  • FMBN disburses N7billion loans to 800 beneficiaries
  • The fall of Mugabe
  • Alex Ekwueme: Philosopher and king; visionary and practician
  • Strategic Alliance: America or China
  • Bindow reels under weight of Atiku’s defection in Adamawa
  • Inspiring women to promote national values and development
  • Opara failed to decline membership of Ekiti election committee, says Adeniran
  • Davido, Wizkid And Other Winners At The 2017 MOBO Awards
  • ELDee Condemns Slave Trade And Human Trafficking, Especially In African Homes
  • Kelly Hansome Features 2Baba In New Song “Open My Way”
  • Lovers nabbed for strangling their eight- month-old boy in Ebonyi
  • Michael Jackson’s impact on art revealed in new show

(www.guardian.ng)

 

The Sun

  • Buhari, Ouattara discuss averted impact of Togo crisis on West Africa
  • Slave auction: Charley Boy group occupies Libyan Embassy Thursday
  • 2019:I may run –Buhari
  • Kalu was neither director nor signatory to Slok’s account, witness admits
  • Teachers endorse Wike for second term
  • Truck crushes pregnant woman, 6 others in Ogun
  • Nigeria set to evacuate migrants in Libya
  • ASUP suspends 15-day old strike
  • Don’t expect any vote in 2019, workers tell debtor governors
  • New vaccine, long-acting drug trials buoy hopes in HIV fight
  • Another Kogi civil servant commits suicide over non-payment of 12 months salaries
  • Pope holds Mass with youths before traveling to Bangladesh
  • Lagos residents commend rent-to-own mortgage scheme
  • Ezekwesili wants financial literacy for students early
  • 800 workers benefit from FMBN N7bn loan disbursement
  • I’m under pressure to replace Rochas in 2019 –Okorie
  • APGA victory: Anambra people voted for Ojukwu not Obiano –Anumaka
  • Why I’m vying for Esan West chairmanship -Ogbebor
  • FG’s revenue projection dips 49% to N2.712trn –NEITI
  • AIB blames pilots’ error for $500m loss to air crashes
  • Russia 2018 : Draws’ll decide Eagles’ fate –Eguavoen
  • Nigeria, Ghana battle in Afri-Global unity skate soccer
  • Bonfrere: Eagles’re Africa’s best

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Nigerian Pastor, Imam Win Intercultural Innovation Award At UN
  • Unstoppable Venus Sets Sights On 2020 Olympics
  • I Was So Happy, Like All The Fans – Guardiola
  • We’ve Got To Give Thanks To David Unsworth, Says Rooney
  • ‘Neymar’s Mental Toughness Could Haunt The Team In Russia’
  • Development And Leadership Challenges And Africa’s Survival Mode Mindset
  • Premier League: Wenger Expects Jose Mourinho’s Man Utd To Attack Arsenal
  • Menstrual Activism: ‘We Need To Talk About This…’
  • Why We’ll Continue To Burn Illegal Refineries — OPDS
  • Appoint Of Justices Of Court Of Appeal: Igbo Group Says NJC Not Telling The Truth
  • FIFA Intervention Likely As Australia FF Fails To Pass Reform
  • Save Nigerians From Libyan Slave Traders, Senate Tells Buhari
  • US Threatens To ‘Utterly Destroy’ N. Korea Regime
  • 82-Year-Old Nsofor Presents Letter Of Credence To Trump
  • Life Outside Nigeria Not Necessarily Better Than Life In Nigeria – Reps
  • Buhari, Quattara Worry Over Togo 9:28 AMD’banj Helps Female Fan At PhynoFest
  • Unstoppable Venus sets sights on 2020 Olympics
  • I was so happy, like all the fans – Guardiola
  • We’ve got to give thanks to David Unsworth, says Rooney
  • ‘Neymar’s mental toughness could haunt the team in Russia’
  • Save Nigerians from Libyan slave traders, Senate tells Buhari
  • Defection drama: Ojukwu’s son, political balloon— Anambra govt
  • FG denies only 15% was released for capital projects
  • Maina’s request to see Buhari ridiculous — Sagay
  • N421m ready for Whistleblowers – FG
  • Why we didn’t take $5.5bn loan – Adeosun
  • FG suspends SEC DG, Gwarzo; two others
  • We over-promise in our budget and under-deliver – Reps
  • 2019: Buhari hints on contesting again

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

The Nation

  • Ezekwesili wants financial literacy for students early
  • Nigerian Pastor, Imam win intercultural innovation award at UN
  • EU calls for ‘equal rights’ for all in Myanmar’s troubled Rakhine
  • GSK starts big African study of injectable drug to prevent HIV
  • Ex-Twitter worker claims responsibility for Trump’s account shutdown
  • Hungary interested in Nigerian crude, LNG
  • Wike Wresting Challenge Cup: Amas eyes gold, as Freestyle holds today
  • FIFA World Cup: Iniesta congratulates Nigeria in exclusive video
  • Lagos Model College Shines At Ola-Oki Lagos Scrabble Tourney In Badagry
  • Police rescue kidnapped Victims in Ondo
  • Why I gave N450,000 gift to judge, by SAN
  • Aspirants back call for micro zoning of PDP chairman’s post
  • Buhari to Nigerians: I’ll need your vote in future
  • ‘20 Nigerian girls sold off’
  • Budget 2018 at risk as OPEC mulls capping Nigeria’s output at 1.8m bpd
  • Wike Wresting Challenge Cup: Amas eyes gold, as Freestyle holds today
  • FIFA World Cup: Iniesta congratulates Nigeria in exclusive video
  • Lagos Model College Shines At Ola-Oki Lagos Scrabble Tourney In Badagry
  • Goals Updates & Results: Arsenal on FIRE, Rooney on Hat-trick
  • Super Eagles Player to Build Orphanage in Edo
  • NBBF calls for calm ahead of FIBA deadline
  • Adekuoroye, Oborududu, Adeniyi, book slot to African Championship
  • Row over missing clothes turns bloody
  • ‘Fear is reason women don’t go into politics’
  • Rector urges registrars to cooperate
  • UNN firm’s many strides
  • Don seeks more funding for education
  • Echoes of restructuring at Zik’s Lecture
  • Union leaders visit National Assembly

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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