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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, October 19, 2017

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Tribune

  • Don’t tag us Abuja politicians, Dogara tells states legislatures
  • Labour unions caution Buhari on release of 50% Paris Club loan refund to govs
  • Army arrests seven suspected militants in Edo
  • FG will explore investment opportunities in environment sector ―Minister
  • Osinbajo, Kachikwu, Baru meet over joint venture cash call, others
  • Anambra guber: IGP promises massive deployment of personnel
  • FRSC diverts traffic on Lagos-Ibadan expressway
  • We will strive not to leave behind abandoned projects ―Dickson
  • NPA ,Intels rift: MEMPON seeks FG intervention to save job, revenue loses
  • “Inject new blood into service”, Aregbesola charges new Osun HoS
  • NAEE wants FG to diversify into alternative energy sources
  • Show corruption fight by investigating govs’ bailout spending, NLC to Buhari
  • FG dispels rumour of vaccination by the Military
  • Dogara hails Gowon at 85
  • FG to set up nine cancer centres ―Health Minister
  • Reps urge FG to procure arms for FRSC
  • Equities market trades lower by 0.08%
  • SEC orders suspension of Oando Shares
  • NDIC wins award on banking excellence
  • SMEs, others get N1bn CBN facility in Ekiti
  • Kenya political crisis deepens in run-up to election
  • Kenya election official Roselyn Akombe flees to US
  • Hawaii judge blocks Trump’s latest travel ban
  • Trump fires back after McCain attacks ‘spurious nationalism’
  • Why Nigeria must invoke bilateral reciprocity clause — Medview boss
  • Qatar Airways marks breast cancer awareness month
  • Dana Air partners Nigeria’s Economic Summit team
  • Shipping companies introduce new charges on imports to Nigeria

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

The Sun

  • We’ll soon name all suspected looters – FG
  • Jos killings: NAF deploys fighter planes
  • Monkeypox spreads to 11 states
  • Senators knock Buhari
  • SEC suspends trading in Oando
  • Russia 2018 : CAF boss tips Eagles to win World Cup
  • 17 years after, FG to pay pensions to civil war soldiers, police officers soon
  • Crocodile Smile II: Soldiers arrest over 50 persons in Lagos
  • Atiku’s son regains freedom, child returned to ex-wife
  • I won’t tolerate kidnapping of policemen, IGP warns
  • Obama picks Nigerian to pain his Official Portrait
  • Are Ona Kakanfo: NANS backs Gani Adams
  • Enugu monarch pledges improved civil, military relationship
  • EFCC nabs Federal Pay Officer for alleged diversion of N1.8m
  • Cleric condemns rising prostitution in Nigeria, calls for total ban
  • 50 % people in Gombe don’t know HIV-AIDS status – Official
  • 15,000 young children die each day despite health progress – UN
  • US homeland security chief warns terrorists plotting new 9/11-style attack
  • EU leaders to weigh Brexit progress at summit
  • Kenyata snubs vote crisis meeting, presses ahead with campaign
  • Buhari is borrowing for only critical infrastructure -Okechukwu
  • I’ve got what it takes to lead PDP -Daniel
  • Anambra guber : Aggrieved PDP stakeholders suspends Nwosu, others
  • NB Plc enhances businesses through Goldberg’s initiative
  • APWB calls for stabilisation of economic recovery
  • SEC suspends trading in Oando
  • FIBA Africa Zone 3 qualifiers suffer set back
  • Copa Lagos: Ejoor promises to blend experience, youth

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Punch

  • Buhari congratulates ex-Agric minister, Adesina, on world food prize
  • [Updated] Spain to press ahead to suspend Catalan autonomy, calls cabinet meeting
  • We’ll declare independence if Spain suspends our autonomy, warns Catalan leader
  • Woman charged with killing two sons while Nigerian husband was in detention
  • BREAKING: Monkeypox spreads to Delta, nine persons hospitalised
  • BREAKING: Abducted Italian priest regains freedom
  • Senegal pick injured Mane for World Cup ties
  • [BREAKING] Plateau killings: Air force deploys fighter aircraft, troops
  • Buhari okays pension for Biafran police personnel
  • Nigeria to increase mobile broadband subscriptions to 50% by 2020
  • Nine-year-old wrongly accused of defiling sister
  • Plateau killings: We underestimated number of attackers, says military
  • Without you, we won’t die, PDP replies Obasanjo
  • N30tn probe: Indicted banks, firms return N140bn
  • Buhari and the stigma of sectionalism
  • Woman charged with killing two sons while Nigerian husband was in detention
  • Nine-year-old wrongly accused of defiling sister
  • Man arrested while fleeing with five abducted children
  • Anambra man killed six days to wedding
  • Army destroys Edo militant camps, arrests seven suspects
  • Two brothers accused of strangling father
  • Police arrest landlord, son for killing tenant
  • Three feared dead as tanker falls, catches fire
  • Court frees Atiku’s son, grants child custody to ex-wife
  • Constitution’ll determine our presidential candidate – APC
  • 2019: INEC to recruit one million ad hoc workers
  • PDP chair: Senate caucus moves to adopt consensus candidate
  • Caution your officers, Lagos lawyer urges IG
  • INEC says 2,158,171 to vote in Anambra gov poll
  • Daniel as PDP boss will kill the party, says Kashamu
  • Police plan massive deployment for Anambra guber poll
  • 2 million voters ready for Anambra guber poll
  • Osun to hold LG election January 27, 2018
  • N30tn probe: Indicted banks, firms return N140bn
  • SEC orders suspension of Oando shares, audit of firm
  • House probes TCN’s $1.5bn, $500m foreign loans
  • We’re on the same page with FG on borrowing – W’Bank
  • Agip pushes ahead with 150,000bpd refinery plan
  • NAFDAC intercepts N50m fake insecticides

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • Respite for Atiku as Reps reverse INTELS’ contract revocation
  • Players to share from FIFA’s N4.5 billion qualification bonus
  • FG recovered N140 billion from revenue leakages, says Senate
  • Trump accused of disrespecting family of slain US soldier
  • State violence in anglophone Cameroon ‘may spark armed uprising’
  • Barack Obama returns to political arena
  • Many feared burnt as fuel tanker explodes
  • Osinbajo, Kachikwu, NNPC’s GMD Baru meet over cash-call venture
  • Criticisms, distrust trail selection of UNILAG vice chancellor
  • Ibadan leaders allege threat to lives over support for Olubadan
  • ‘MCN’ all score as PSG thump Anderlecht
  • 10-man Barca cruise as club plead for Catalonia dialogue
  • Hazard rescues Chelsea in six-goal Roma thriller
  • Goalkeeping gaffe hands Man Utd win at Benfica
  • Juventus battle past Sporting in Champions League
  • Bayern down Celtic on Heynckes’ Champions League return
  • Judges, bankers caution against use of virtual currencies
  • World Bank denies disagreeing with Adeosun on foreign borrowings
  • NBET pays N10.8b to Gencos for electricity delivered in July
  • Buhari’s race to develop the north
  • Kokoma and break dance on the highways
  • Restructuring: What’s wrong with the ‘Abacha document’?
  • Mass defection to PDP looms, say minority leaders
  • INEC to recruit one million ad hoc staff for 2019 polls
  • Southwest PDP forges a united front to get national chair
  • How local plants stop brain, breast cancer growth
  • Experts want regular check-up to reduce chronic diseases’ risk
  • Watercress – the cancer fighter
  • Radical Russian artist charged over Paris bank blaze
  • Pullman’s ‘Dark Materials’ world re-emerges after 17-year wait
  • Jeff Bridges: in the line of fire onscreen and off
  • Police arraign three soldiers, others for alleged armed robbery
  • Harry Potter Exhibition Fuses Wizardry With History
  • The case against corporal punishment

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Vanguard

  • Obaseki Gives Out 150 Sewing Machines, 50 Welding Machines, 125 Computers, Others
  • IPOB, Federal Govt And The Rest Of Us
  • Cleric Condemns Rising Prostitution In Nigeria, Calls For Total Ban
  • Monarch Pledges Improved Civil, Military Relationship In Enugu
  • Nigeria To Increase Mobile Broadband Subscriptions To 50% By 2020
  • Finally, IGP Idris Moves CP Gwandu Out Of Edo State, CP Moses Jituboh Out Of Adamawa State
  • Jos Crises: Airforce Deploys Fighter Helicopter To Support Land Forces
  • ICT Investment Pivotal To Economic Devt — Commissioner
  • No Vaccination Ongoing In Delta Schools —Ukah
  • We Will Soon Tell Nigerians Names Of All Suspected Looters – FG
  • I Didn’t Open My Heart To Close Relationships With Opposite Sex – NEJO, Caleb’s Best Graduating Student
  • ERA, NTCRG Condemn Mounting Tobacco Product Adverts Near Schools
  • In Delta: Whereabouts Of 4 Kidnapped Missionaries Remain Unknown
  • Senate Passes NIHOTOUR Bill, 28 Years Of Its Existence Without Legal Backing
  • Ex-FCT Minister, Bala Mohammed To Forfeit 14 Choice Properties To FG
  • Gowon, Symbol Of Genuine Statesmanship, Patriotism, Says Dogara
  • Nigeria Remains Top Global Piracy Hotspot – IMB
  • 2018 FIFA World Cup draws: Eguavoen goes spiritual, wants soft group for Eagles
  • Senegal pick injured Mane for World Cup ties
  • Conte hits back at Mourinho over injury jibe
  • ‘MCN’ all score as PSG thump Anderlecht
  • INEC denies giving N180m to parties in Anambra
  • 2019: APC’ll adhere to constitution on Buhari’s ambition
  • PDP Chairmanship: Daniel as chair‘ll kill the party- Kashamu
  • Breaking: Buhari arrives Turkey for D-8 Summit
  • Nigeria on brink of total collapse – Christian lawmakers
  • Union, Police confirm lock down on Abuja-Lokoja Highway by truck drivers
  • Monkey pox vaccine hoax in S/East: We started running without knowing why —Parents, pupils, teachers
  • Abia community laments bad roads
  • Glitz, pomp as Igwe Iweka celebrates 6th Obiora/Iwaji Obosi annual cultural fiesta
  • Nigeria enters league of steel exporters
  • Credit availability rises in Q3’17 — CBN
  • Over regulation of tobacco industry harmful to society — Expert
  • Emirates Airlines says Nigerian market exciting, adds new route

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

ThisDay

  • SEC Wields Big Stick, to Conduct Forensic on Oando
  • Art X Lagos: West Africa’s International Art Fair Returns Bigger and…
  • Buhari Approves Pension Payment for Retired Biafra Police Officers
  • World Bank Denies Disagreeing with Adeosun on Foreign Borrowing
  • Senate C’ttee Asks Stanbic, Zenith Banks to Unfreeze Patience Jonathan’s Accounts
  • Monkey Pox Spreads to 11 States with 74 Suspected Cases
  • Kachikwu, Baru Meet Osinbajo on Zabazaba Oil Field, Other Industry Issues
  • Buhari Arrives Turkey
  • Tanker Drivers on Rampage, Chase Kogi Deputy Governor, One Feared Death
  • Militants Kidnap Four British Missionaries, Couple in Delta
  • Customs Revenue Fraud: N140bn Recovered From Erring Firms, Banks, Says Senate C’ttee
  • Onitsha Traders Root for Obaze, Slam Obiano
  • Atiku’s Son Remanded for Contempt of Court, Released
  • All Police Commands Will Be Involved in Anambra Guber Poll, Says IG
  • Jonathan, Babangida Meet in Minna
  • Judiciary Deserves the Best Brains, Says Babalakin
  • House Probes TCN over Violation of Procurement, FRC Acts on Foreign Loans
  • INC Crisis: Ijaw Leaders Sack Feuding Factions
  • ‘Impressions of Reality’ Opens Thursday
  • Poverty Remains Threat to Nigeria’s Democracy, Dogara Laments
  • Our Lives Under Threat, Ibadan Family Heads Cry Out to Buhari
  • Aare-Ona Kakanfo: Atiku, Fayose Congratulate Alaafin, Gani Adams
  • Police Bow to Pressure, Transfer CP Gwandu Out of Edo
  • NAPTIP Appeals to EU, Others to Investigate Victims of Human Trafficking before Deportation
  • FG To Establish Chemotherapy Wards In Health Institutions
  • 2019 Will Be Referendum on Leadership Trust, Says Gbenga Daniel
  • Court Adjourns Atewe’s Trial to October 20
  • Customs Seizes Contrabad Goods Worth N30m in Sokoto, Kebbi
  • NDLEA Denies Extortion Allegation, Says It’s A Tissue of Lies
  • Corruption Trial: Concerned People Want NCRI Ag Executive Director Suspended from Office

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Nation

  • Buhari approves payment of pension to retired Biafra Police
  • Buhari commended for signing bill establishing University of Petroleum Resources
  • FRSC to commence aggressive sanction of drivers without license
  • Quadri, Assar get opponents for ITTF World Cup
  • Basketball: Mark Mentors, Civil Defenders set to replace Gombe Bulls, Kano Pillars
  • 2017 ITTF World Cadet Challenge: ATTF laments Nigeria’s absence
  • Kwara Govt denies rumours of soldiers injecting students in Omu Aran
  • SEC launches forensic audit, suspends trading on Oando shares
  • Eight division, Nigerian Army takes off in Sokoto
  • Police bows to pressure, transfer CP Gwandu out of Edo
  • Court docks man for stealing properties
  • NEMA hands over relief materials to flood victims in Enugu
  • Anniversary: Obaseki to kick-start Industrial Park at Ologbo
  • Monkey Pox cases increase to 74 in 11 states – FG
  • French Senate to vote on security law as Macron addresses Police
  • Quadri, Assar get opponents for ITTF World Cup
  • Swedish boxer Lauren in pre-fight kissing game
  • Basketball: Mark Mentors, Civil Defenders set to replace Gombe Bulls, Kano Pillars
  • 2017 ITTF World Cadet Challenge: ATTF laments Nigeria’s absence
  • Ezeji hails Tornadoes despite defeat
  • Joshua to Fans: Win a chance to meet me
  • Akwa United to reverse Nigeria’s failure in CAF Confederation Cup – Coach
  • Disquiet in Ekiti varsity over alleged underground recruitment, contracts
  • Kadpoly ASUP suspends 7 weeks strike
  • LAUTECH: ASUU Suspends Strike
  • We have closed admission – LASU
  • Oyedepo to academia: Stop being bookish and start thinking future
  • FUNAAB produces 203 First Class graduates
  • Lecturers, others begin warning strike in Otuoke varsity

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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