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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, October 12, 2017

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Tribune

  • FG to close down open drug markets, introduces CWCs
  • Being courteous at workplace promotes good mental health, productivity —Expert
  • All certified, safe hospitals to have stickers of identification —Adeduntan
  • No case of monkeypox in Ogun, Commissioner confirms
  • I join armed robbery to pay my wife’s N.3m dowry —Suspect
  • Gov Bello dissolves Niger cabinet
  • Scarcity of yellow cards hit Lagos airport
  • Nigeria Wins World Bank’s youth development initiative
  • Epe plans big for Kayokayo carnival
  • Anniversary: Why we’re investing on infrastructure —Fayose
  • EFCC releases Ekiti Commissioner, Accountant General
  • Buhari running most corrupt govt in Nigeria, he treats corruption as family affair —Fayose
  • Monkeypox: Primary results of diagnosis from states to be ready on Friday —ACEGID
  • NASS critical to Nigeria’s turnaround for better ―Prof Akinyemi
  • South West integration: Tinubu, Akande, APC govs meet in Ibadan
  • Electricity; Why we are rejecting load ―DisCos
  • NIS decry influx of non professionals in surveying
  • $5.5 billion loan: PDP kicks, says Buhari mortgaging the nation’s future
  • Evans N300m suit against IGP to be reassigned
  • Adeleke offers N250m scholarship to 65 indigent students in Osun
  • 2018 budget: Kwara to commit 70% on capital expenditure
  • Senator Ahmed Makarfi National Chairman of PDP.
  • Makarfi, Ladoja, Omisore, Babatope, Akinbade, others storm Osun for PDP unity luncheon
  • Nigeria Wins World Bank’s youth development initiative
  • MSMEs growth: Stakeholders want FG to provide credit guarantee
  • Nigeria, South Africa lead Africa’s economic growth ―World Bank
  • CBN vows to stabilise forex rate, invest in youth development
  • Gunmen kill two in attack on Kenya University students
  • May’s spokesman not aware of discussions on Trump working visit
  • Italy’s 5-Star protests as parliament votes on electoral law
  • Remnants of Hurricane Nate soak Mid-Atlantic, Northeast as South cleans up
  • Ports access roads: Vessel turn-around time now 30 days —STOAN
  • Water transportation: Ignore LASWA threat, NIWA tells operators
  • Indigenous ship owners groan as IMO celebrates World Maritime Day
  • Customs highlight benefits of destination inspection of cargoes
  • Our demands on FG, OAU management —Students
  • TETFund urges institutions to access intervention funds
  • ‘Nigerian graduates no longer fit into labour market’
  • Nigeria at 57 and the failure of her educational system

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

The Sun

  • NSCDC to sanitise Kwara hotels used for strip-dancing
  • No monkeypox in Abuja – Official
  • BREAKING: Supreme Court adjourns Dasuki’s case to Jan. 2018
  • FG urged to embrace scientific research to tackle economic challenges
  • Sub-Saharan Africa to grow at a slower rate this year, says World Bank
  • NANS loses another ex-exco member
  • BREAKING: Supreme Court adjourns Dasuki’s case to Jan. 2018
  • N’ Korea says Trump has ‘lit fuse of war’: TASS
  • Quake jolts Greek Sporades
  • British jihadi ‘White Widow’ killed by U.S. drone – Report
  • Boko Haram: Many IDPs ‘too scare’ to return home – Report
  • Let’s agitate for Igbo presidency, not Biafra – Anumaka, APC chieftain
  • Senate: Fresh row over Ndume’s suspension
  • ‘Enugu APC crisis: Why Nwoye is after Onyeama’
  • FirstBank’s payment card issuance hits 10m
  • Backward integration in cement saves Nigeria N240bn yearly
  • Wenger admits Sanchez, Ozil could be sold in January
  • Anti-doping chief wants Russia banned from Pyeongchang 2018 Games
  • Man United to offer Mourinho new £65m five-year deal
  • SUPER SCAM: Lagos estate agent dupes prospective tenants of N40 million
  • Boko Haram: Many IDPs ‘too scare’ to return home – Report
  • Star musician, Davido, arrested
  • Ritualists’ den discovered in Osun
  • Storm over army’s free healthcare
  • Don’t panic over monkeypox –FG
  • ASUP to FG: Pay up N676bn debt or else…
  • Agitations: Igbo leaders demand new constitution
  • The fear of monkeypox

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Guardian

  • Meet China’s richest persons
  • Pope to visit Myanmar as anti-Rohingya hatred seethes
  • Police quiz Davido over friend’s death as CCTV footages emerge
  • ASUP gives Fed Govt 21-day strike notice
  • Police arrest three soldiers, eight others for solar panel ‘vandalism’
  • Education Ministry denies scrapping of Post-UTME
  • Real keeper Navas suffers groin injury
  • Gernot Rohr plans new team for Russia 2018 World Cup
  • NSA explains how Super Eagles can win World Cup
  • CAF to decide new CHAN host in Lagos
  • Don’t accept Tammy Abraham in Eagles, Adelabu tells NFF
  • Joeboy targets Commonwealth lightweight boxing crown
  • Curious mass trial of Boko Haram suspects
  • Prof Ogbechie, Lanre Olusola, Biola Alabi, to speak at the Business of Education Summit
  • Government proposes model to end estimated electricity billing in three years
  • IMF warns central banks of rising financial market risks
  • NMRC seeks conducive environment to boost capital market’s capacity
  • Corruption and Aisha Buhari’s testimony
  • Ozil, Sanchez could leave in January, says Wenger
  • Can NYSC mitigate political agitations?
  • More on little stories in a big world
  • New realities as APC aspirants seek relevance in Anambra guber poll
  • Labour unions, rights groups seek a restructured Nigeria
  • Ruling party not close to achieving its campaign promises, says VC
  • Kenya bans protests in main city centres
  • How oil spills increase infant deaths in Niger Delta
  • Court orders forfeiture of N3.3b property linked to Alison-Madueke
  • 21 dead in ‘catastrophic’ California wildfires
  • Guarding your mental health: Red flags to watch
  • Wealth from mental health
  • Pharmacists task Senate on establishment of national drug abuse rehab centre
  • ‘Everyone’ knew about Weinstein harassment, says Lea Seydoux
  • Beyonce charity song finally dethrones ‘Despacito’
  • Weinstein allegations swell as film industry faces scrutiny
  • Man arrested for allegely buying stolen car for N800,000

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Punch

  • No confirmed case of monkeypox in Abuja – FCTA
  • Nigerian wrestling champion, Power Uti, arrested over wife’s death
  • UPDATED: Kenya bans opposition protests as election crisis deepens
  • 2019: May Buhari not contest
  • Jigawa LG destroys 475 bottles, Jerry-cans of assorted beer
  • Ozil, Sanchez could leave in January – Wenger
  • 8 million IDPs not ready to return home — Report
  • Third French actress says she was harassed by Weinstein
  • BREAKING: Supreme Court adjourns Dasuki’s appeal hearing till January
  • NANS loses another ex-exco member
  • Pope to visit Myanmar as anti-Rohingya hatred seethes
  • Crocodile kills 79-year-old woman
  • Turkey orders arrest of 25 soldiers in post-coup probe
  • Woman kills three-year-old son for ‘looking like his father’, bags 33 years in jail
  • Nigerian nabbed with cocaine, heroin at Malta Airport
  • Woman kills three-year-old son for ‘looking like his father’, bags 33 years in jail
  • Nigerian nabbed with cocaine, heroin at Malta Airport
  • Free medical outreach: Residents accuse army of plotting to depopulate South-East
  • Soldiers, others arrested for stealing solar panels
  • Evans: Pharmacist files N200m lawsuit against victim, Dunu
  • Plateau ex-HoS, soldier shot dead by gunmen
  • Rivers killings: Police declare eight suspects wanted
  • Police re-invite Davido over Tagbo’s death
  • Flood destroys houses, rice farms in Ebonyi
  • Govs want NASS to harmonise positions on review of constitution
  • Anambra poll: Ekwueme dumps Obiano, backs Obaze
  • Anambra poll: Be wary of vote buyers, cautions Wogu
  • Lawyers, experts rally support for pending agric bills
  • Twists of come-back battle at CCB
  • The Joseph Daudu example
  • ICYMI: Northern PDP leaders knock Fayose for declaring presidential bid
  • PDP constitutes campaign committee for Anambra gov election
  • APC panel meets Dogara, says restructuring impossible without N’Assembly
  • OPEC, allies regain control over oil market
  • INTELS vows to fight NPA’s termination of agency agreement
  • Five things to do when loan application is rejected

(www.punchng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • In A Gun-Dominated World
  • Outbreak Of Monkey Pox, Other National Issues Dominate Google Search
  • Economic Summit: Panellists Urge FG To Provide More Credit Facility For MSMEs
  • Floods, Landslides Kill 37 In Vietnam, Scores Missing
  • NSCDC To Sanitise Kwara Hotels Used For Strip-Dancing
  • Ozil, Sanchez Could Leave In January – Wenger
  • MBritish Jihadi ‘White Widow’ Killed By U.S. Drone: Sun Report
  • Expert Explains Challenges Of Insurance Inclusiveness In Nigeria
  • Expert Explains Challenges Of Insurance Inclusiveness Nigeria
  • 64bn Fraud: Ex-Taraba Gov. Nyame Justifies Extra-Budgetary Expenditure
  • Youth Obesity Increases 10-Fold In Four Decades – UN Report
  • Allegations Against Obiano By Opponents, ‘Political Lies’ – Obigwe
  • NANS Loses Another Ex-Exco Member, Calls For Prayers
  • Rivers Couple, Nurse Arrested In Kano For Buying 5-Yr-Old Boy For N15,000
  • How Safe Is Anambra State?
  • Four Other Suspects In Killing Of North Korean Kim Jong Nam Named In Court
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths Key To National Devt – STEM Stakeholders
  • Police quiz Davido, aides over death of Tagbo, DJ Olu, Amechina
  • IPOB: Boycott poll at your peril, group warns voters
  • Restructuring: You can’t treat unequals equally, El-rufai tells Igbos, others
  • WAEC/NECO: Obaze blasts Obiano for loss of No. 1 position
  • Ex-councillors threaten Obiano, Obaze over unpaid entitlements
  • Ozil, Sanchez could leave in January – Wenger
  • Rohr, Hayatou are my biggest gambles – Pinnick
  • Power Uti arrested over wife’s death
  • Governor’s Cup quarter finalists emerge

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Majority of IDPs not Ready to Return Home, Says Report
  • Ekiti Declares Half Work Day for Workers over AG, Commissioner’s Release
  • Intels Vows to Fight Back as NPA Terminates Pilotage Agreement
  • IMF Warns of Heightened Risks as Nigeria Seeks to Increase Foreign…
  • Tambuwal: North Not Opposed to Restructuring
  • Court Orders Permanent Forfeiture of 56 Properties Linked to Alison-Madueke
  • Aid Workers Flee Borno Town after Boko Haram Attack
  • Panic in S’East, Asaba as Parents Withdraw Children from Schools over Monkey Pox, Military…
  • Osinbajo Reiterates FG’s Commitment to Rescue Remaining Chibok Girls
  • Abuja Lawyer Asks Court to Stop Senate from Inviting Baru
  • Amnesty International Seeks Justice for Boko Haram Suspects
  • Kwankwansiyya Support Organisation Honours THISDAY with Award
  • Independence Day Bombing: Okah, Son, Testify
  • FG Set to Enforce No Work, No Pay Law During Strikes
  • FG Files Fraud Charges against Senator Misau
  • Ambode Faults FG’s Plan to Regulate Hotels, Restaurants
  • NRC Promises Compensation for Affected Structures on Lagos-Ibadan Rail Line
  • Electricity Tariff Shortfalls Hits N460bn, Discos Mull Force Majeure
  • Senate Moves to Criminalise Secret Recruitment by MDAS
  • African Ambassadors Forum Honours Jonathan, Buhari as Democracy Icons
  • EFCC Releases Ekiti Finance Commissioner, AG
  • Osinbajo to Deliver Keynote Address at Oil & Gas Roundtable
  • Zinox Computers Boss Redeems N50m Pledge to Owerri Market Demolition Victims
  • Troops Evacuate Soldier Killed in Boko Haram Gun Battle, Neutralise Sect
  • Jang, Others Condemn Murder of Ex-HoS in Plateau
  • Police Declare Eight Wanted over Port Harcourt Killings
  • Suspect: I Attempted Robbery to Pay My Wife’s Bride Price
  • House Probes Ogbeh over Violation of Law Prohibiting Yam Tuber Exports
  • House Urges IG to Intervene in Security Crisis in Edo
  • Senate Withholds Immigration Budget over ‘Bondage’ PPP Agreement
  • Paris Club Refund: EFCC Takes Investigation to C’River

(www.thisdaylive.com)

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