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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, October 05, 2017

Tribune

  • Our Deputy Governor not arrested —CBN
  • Uproar, as cop kills boat driver in Warri
  • Osinbajo, Saraki, Dogara to grace Cardinal Okogie’s 10th annual foundation lecture
  • BIC splashes cars, generators, others on promo winners
  • Mishap: Lagos intensifies clampdown on illegal jetties, boat operators
  • Patience Jonathan’s account: Reps to issue warrant of arrest against Magu
  • PDP coming convention ‘ll kick-start party’s journey to 2019 ―Bode George
  • World Teachers day: Teachers, students in Oyo observe work-free day
  • Schneider Electric restates commitment to innovation
  • GenCos explain continued epileptic power supply despite 7,500MW capacity
  • CBN recovers N50bn excessive charges from cheating banks
  • Make your land available for agric investors, Oyo govt to residents
  • Hairdresser to die by hanging for stealing laptop, phone
  • Kwara police dispel ritualists tag
  • Large number of impotent men suffering silently in Nigeria —Study
  • Oyo still ranks high on FGM
  • Hussaini, cancer researcher for Pharmacy Academy’s investiture
  • FG to enroll 50,000 HIV/AIDS patients for treatment annually
  • Investors’ education: ‎SEC joins IOSCO to celebrate World Investors Week
  • NNPC GMD reopens Ibadan depot for operations
  • Heritage Bank, US, NCMM support positioning creative industry
  • Total’s Egina Project: TechnipFMC installs 6 manifold modules in Nigeria
  • Banking stocks gains rebounds market by 0.15%
  • Yahoo’s 3 billion accounts hacked, data theft
  • Trump Heads to Las Vegas as Mass Shooting Probe Continues
  • Catalonia referendum result plunges Spain into political crisis
  • We are ready to transform Nigeria’s international airports—Bi-Courtney
  • Air Peace wins payment innovation award
  • Emirates offers Nigerians special fares
  • Indigenous ship owners groan as IMO celebrates World Maritime Day
  • Customs highlight benefits of destination inspection of cargoes
  • NIMASA DG urges stakeholders to participate actively in maritime sector
  • Interim Management Committee to review MAN, Oron enabling Act

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

Punch

  • How to spot compromised ATM
  • Oil workers threatening strike over salary arrears – Marketers
  • On Ambode’s Awolowo statue
  • Importer criticises Customs over plans to shut borders
  • Why you need to change your PIN
  • Nigerian badminton players set for Egypt
  • Gas pipelines obstruct Apapa road repairs
  • Catalonia may declare independence on Monday as Spain rejects mediation
  • Jupp Heynckes to replace Ancelotti at Bayern
  • Akwa Ibom gov splashes $50,000 on Super Eagles, seeks victory against Zambia
  • Nigeria, Tunisia, Egypt eye World Cup places
  • Moses wows fans, Echiejile ready for Zambia
  • Protests hit Kwara over unpaid salaries, poor governance
  • How Moro, others shared N675m NIS job applicants’ money —Witness
  • Why Awolowo’s statue is sitting down
  • Patience: Reps’ panel orders Magu’s arrest for shunning summons
  • Kachikwu/Baru feud: Presidency keeps mum, Senate to probe NNPC boss
  • Police arrest two Lagos masqueraders for robbery
  • Protests hit Kwara over unpaid salaries, poor governance
  • Guardian, 41, rapes 14-year-old
  • Gunmen abduct Edo musician, Osayomore, shoot wife
  • Man arrested 2016, rearrested 2017 for buying stolen goat
  • Ajah residents lament road closure, seek Ambode’s help
  • Lagos clash: Seven vehicles vandalised, says command
  • Ojuelegba tanker accident: Court hears victims case Nov. 14
  • Man in court for impersonating police, extortion
  • I’m working against Obiano for gov’s poor performance –Obi
  • Fayose, Adeyeye disagree over Ekiti LG primary
  • Sheriff desperate for political relevance, says Borno APC
  • NJC should name, shame states treating judges shabbily — Akinseye-George
  • Agbakoba, Oyebode condemn NGO bill
  • SERAP writes CJN, seeks review of Justice Salami’s committee
  • We can’t blame governors for diverting bailout funds, lawmaker says
  • IGP: Misau petitions Senate, as lawmakers begin probe
  • PDP chairmanship race: Plot against South-West bid thickens
  • Oil workers threatening strike over salary arrears – Marketers
  • Importer criticises Customs over plans to shut borders
  • Bumper harvest: Operators predict rice to sell for N6,000/bag

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • Kachikwu, Baru feud: The Lake Chad oil exploration angle, others
  • Don’t break Nigeria, Abdusalami, Danjuma, Nwachukwu, others beg youths
  • Senate probes IGP over promotion, others
  • Harvest of criminals in Abuja, Kaduna, Benue, Ogun
  • Gunmen abduct ace musician, Osayomore, shoot wife
  • IPOB should be grateful to Orji Kalu – Yerima
  • Dickson reshuffles cabinet
  • Nothing’ll stop Wike in 2019 –PDP
  • How to reduce risk of breast cancer
  • Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier : Full house in Uyo, as Zambia storms Nigeria in batches
  • Illegal arms importation: NPS fails to produce medical reports of suspects
  • Court fixes Oct. 30 to hear Diezani’s application
  • Forfeiture: Sen. Nwaoboshi loses bid to re-claim property
  • EFCC re-arrests Perm Sec for alleged diversion SURE-P fraud
  • Collapsed Synagogue church: 5 defendants file ‘no-case submission’
  • Nigerians united to defeat Boko Haram – FG
  • Kebbi farmers protest over high interests on loans
  • US and Niger soldiers ‘killed in ambush’
  • Saudi monarch in Russia for first visit
  • With Obiano, Anambra’ll never meet its development target -Obaze
  • Why governors want to take over federal roads –Yari
  • It’s time to salvage Anambra – Aroh, ex-commissioner
  • CBN disburses N43.92bn on ABP
  • FG to raise N230bn bonds in Q4 –DMO
  • FEC approves N26bn to pay off MDAs’ debts to Discos
  • Bayern appoints Jupp Heynckes as new head coach
  • Oscar opens door to Chelsea reunion

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Guardian

  • NNPC, NAPIMS compel firms to fund projects in North East
  • Host communities threaten to disrupt Eagles, Zambia match
  • PENGASSAN, NUPENG plan nationwide strike over N800b debt
  • ‘Slow pace of financial inclusion may cripple growth’
  • Las Vegas shooter’s girlfriend denies knowledge of planned carnage
  • Monkey pox: Bayelsa investigates cause of outbreak
  • Senate to probe Kachikwu’s allegations against Baru, corruption in police
  • Reps to probe NECO, JAMB over alleged unethical books in schools
  • Federal Government approves N26 billion to pay debt owed DISCOs by MDAs
  • We are dying slowly, residents lament Ajah-Badore congestion
  • Reps seek Magu’s arrest over Patience Jonathan’s bank accounts
  • We ‘ll halt Nigerian tennis’ free fall, says NTF boss
  • Brila FM celebrates 15 years of sports broadcasting
  • Loew hoping to restore German pride after club struggles
  • Bwalya, Ighalo disagree over Nigeria, Zambia World Cup qualifier
  • Nigeria will host a befitting World Pentathlon event, says Ogboro
  • Food focus helps Kane perfect recipe for goals
  • From literacy rhetoric to action, please!
  • New applications of stem cell therapy
  • Emerging market inflows fall to lowest since January
  • NASME seeks innovative solutions to small business challenges
  • Nestle leads gainers on Exchange, index up by 0.1%
  • Buhari, Kachikwu and NNPC
  • Nigeria’s teachers in the midst of pains
  • The basic opportunities of freedom
  • My thoughts on our path to greatness
  • Makarfi cautions Fayose against campaign for 2019 presidency
  • At 57, Nigeria needs introspective stock-taking for growth
  • Why Nigeria’s healthcare performance is still poor at 57
  • Shea butter for skin cancer, typhoid fever
  • Five red flags that you must see a doctor immediately
  • After Dylan’s Nobel, Academy seen making conventional pick
  • Charly-Boy demands N500m damages from police for alleged rights violation
  • Major Bowie exhibition to close in New York
  • Security operatives bust petrol vandals, foil kidnap
  • Niniola Unveils Album Title And Release Date
  • In polytechnics, chief lecturer has no equivalent, says ASUP

(www.guardian.ng)       

 

ThisDay

  • AGF: Bringing Alison-Madueke Home to Face Trial Unnecessary
  • Oil Marketers to Shut Down Depots over N800bn Unpaid Subsidy Claim
  • Senator Misau Accuses IG of Impregnating Serving Policewoman, Having Affairs with…
  • Lagos, Stakeholders Endorse 14-Point Resolution to End Apapa Gridlock
  • Medical Doctors,10 Others Quarantined in Bayelsa over New Viral Disease, Monkey Pox
  • Presidential Council Begins Next Phase of Ease of Business Plan
  • FG: Price of Rice will Fall Within One Month
  • Health Workers Suspend Strike
  • Presidency to Commercialise Operations of Aso Rock Clinic
  • INEC Accuses Political Parties of Violating Electoral Law
  • House C’ttee Issues Bench Warrant against Magu over Patience Jonathan’s Petition
  • House Summons Minister, JAMB, NECO Registrars over ‘Immoral’ Books in JSS Curriculum
  • Another Boat Mishap Claims 16 Lives in Niger
  • Immigration Increases Visa Centres at Lagos Airport
  • CBN Releases N44bn for Anchor Borrowers’ Programme
  • Crocodile Smile: Ijaw Youths Reject Military Exercise in N’Delta
  • Gunmen Abduct Ace Musician, Osayomore Joseph, Shoot Wife
  • Senate C’ttee Walks out Buratai’s Representative
  • Court Rejects Senator’s Application to Reclaim Seized Property
  • Illegal Arms Importation: Court Reinstates Order On Detainees’ Medical Reports
  • Hairdresser to Die by Hanging for Stealing Laptop, Phone
  • Dickson Effects Minor Cabinet Reshuffle
  • Jubilation in Ibadan as NNPC Resumes Petrol, Kerosene Loading, Two Years After
  • Dickson Urges FG to Prevail on Shell to Pay Debts Owed Bayelsa
  • Produce Report on N10bn Paris Club Reund Disbursement, Okowa Orders Auditor-General
  • NIS Recruitment: Witness Gives Breakdown of How N675,675 was Distributed
  • Charly Boy Files N500m Lawsuit against Police over Attack During Resume or Resign Protest
  • Police Arrest 70 Suspected Kidnappers in Kaduna
  • Norway to Collaborate with Nigeria on Development of Film Industry
  • FG to Procure More Cancer Screening Machines
  • Abdusalami, Danjuma, Nwachukwu in Anambra, Preach Unity in Nigeria
  • Lagos Takes over Inland Waterways, Dislodge Ferry Operators
  • EFCC Re-Arrests Former Permanent Secretary, Onubuogo
  • NIMASA Vows to Appeal Court Order on NLNG Tax Holiday
  • CBN Faults Report on Adelabu, Deputy Governor
  • CIBN Accredits Keystone Bank Training Academy
  • C & I Leasing Maintains Lead as Stock Market Rebounds
  • FG Urged to Tackle Barriers to Trade to Boost FX Inflows

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

The Nation

  • Yusuf says Super Eagles in victory mood
  • Jigawa inaugurates health coordinating units in 27 LGAs
  • NSCDC records 337 cases between July, September in Jigawa
  • Oyo urges landowners to release lands for farming
  • OCHA partner NEMA to tackle disaster
  • FAAN inaugurates multi-storey car park at Lagos airport
  • LG primaries: PDP in Ekiti adopts Option A4
  • 41m children under five are obese – WHO
  • Late Mohammed: I have lost a colleague in war and peace – Buhari
  • Nigerians united to defeat Boko Haram – FG
  • Bayelsa investigates suspected outbreak of monkeypox virus
  • Python Dance: Army launches medical outreach
  • Charly-Boy demands N500m damages from police for alleged rights violation
  • 22 die in boat mishap in Niger
  • $25b: NNPC’s probe likely as Buhari meets Kachikwu
  • Yusuf says Super Eagles in victory mood
  • Sergio Aguero Out Till December, says Team Doctor
  • Boris Becker in £54 Million debt
  • Access Bank Lagos City Marathon gets IAAF Bronze Label
  • Kroenke tables £525m for Usmanov’s share in Arsenal
  • Nigeria, Egypt, Tunisia on brink of World Cup qualification
  • Ronaldo sells Ballon d’Or trophy for Cha
  • Students to Amosun: don’t sack lecturers through back door
  • YABATECH students lament bedbug infestation
  • Ajasin varsity VC hails post-UTME
  • That peace may reign
  • North Korea-America face-off and possibility of war
  • Redeeming Kabba/Bunu from feudal lords
  • Benue: The toxicity of ethnicity
  • Police chief under probe
  • Oil unions threaten strike over N800b debts
  • Navy uncovers hotel where fuel is siphoned in Lagos
  • Customs seizes trucks of fake drugs
  • Baru: A reporter’s nightmare
  • Court adjourns ex- petroleum minister’s application seeking trial in Nigeria

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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