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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, October 26, 2017

ThisDay

  • Buhari Presents 2018 Budget Tuesday as FEC Approves Estimates Thursday
  • 46 Years After, Monkeypox Still a Challenge in Nigeria
  • Senate Renews War with Executive Over Magu, Suspends Confirmation of CBN…
  • Crude Oil Price Rises Towards $59 Per Barrel
  • Presidency: PDP Behind Maina’s Secret Return
  • Judge Gives Bailiff Five Days to Serve Jonathan Summons
  • APC to Postpone NEC Meeting Again
  • Boko Haram Attacks Military Base, Kills Soldiers in Yobe
  • Two Killed in Fresh Attack in Plateau Community
  • Fight against Corruption Remains a Cardinal Focus of Govt, Osinbajo Insists
  • Fayose Escapes Mysterious Fire Accident in Lagos
  • NBS: Govt, Household Expenditures Responsible for GDP Decline in Q3, Q4 2016
  • Kogi Govt Proscribes Activities of Trade Unions in Tertiary Institutions
  • CJN, Senior Lawyers Eulogise Late Supreme Court Judge, Nwokedi
  • NECA Asks Members to Decline House C’ttee Invitation to Public Hearing on Carbonated Drinks
  • Misau: IG Gave Aisha Buhari Two SUVs for Personal Use
  • Ikpeazu: How We Managed Bailout, Paris Refunds
  • PANDEF Remains Disbanded, Insist N’Delta Ex-militants
  • Arewa Youths Want Bafarawa’s Trial Separated from Dasuki’s
  • GCU Old Boys Hold Colloquium
  • Saraki, Dogara Commend Buhari for Signing NEDC Bill into Law
  • Court to Rule on Motion to Set Aside Guilty Plea of Four Firms Linked…
  • Senate Wades into Non-payment of Students’ Scholarships in Russia
  • VAIDS: FCT, Three States Set to Release Data on Hidden Assets, Income
  • Fayemi: Govt’s Policy on Steel Privatisation Yielding Results
  • Joshua Ready for War against Takam in Cardiff
  • Fidelity Bank Takes Impairment on 9mobile Loan
  • KPMG to Host 2017 Digital Summit
  • Senator Commends Sterling Bank
  • Access Bank, German Firms Unveil Platform to Boost Trade
  • Adeosun: FG Not Borrowing but Refinancing Existing Debts

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

The Nation

  • Volleyball Nations Cup: Nigeria bows out of competition
  • FRSC calls for attitudinal change to stem road accidents
  • Leicester City name Puel as manager
  • Presidency: Jonathan govt officials, Maina shared loot
  • Metuh’s trial: Court orders Jonathan to appear on Tuesday
  • Salami rejects appointment to monitor graft cases
  • IGP Idris manipulated his retirement age, says Misau
  • Buhari signs Northeast Development Commission Bill
  • Only 30 per cent UTME candidates ‘ll be admitted this year, says NUC
  • How Badeh’s wife, two sons escaped to U.S., says witness
  • Poverty rate in the North alarming, says Sanusi
  • Patience Jonathan: Court reserves ruling on motion to reverse guilty plea
  • IYC seeks sack of Malami, Dambazau
  • Police arraign man for raping his 16-year-old daughter
  • Driver absconds with N25M goods, truck
  • Presidency: Jonathan govt officials, Maina shared loot
  • Day APC stormed Anambra
  • APC, PDP ‘ve failed Nigerians, says Labour Party
  • Zoning’s unconstitutional, says PRP candidate
  • Secrets of longetivity
  • Cucumber: Health benefits, nutrition facts
  • Herpes simplex virus tameable like monkey virus
  • Gyan’s Baby Jet Airlines to fly soon
  • Nigeria has good players, says Argentina Coach, Sampaoli
  • Toure touted to leave Man City for the MLS
  • No return date yet for Gareth Bale-Zidane
  • NGF confirms Georgia Oboh for 2018 Youth Olympic Games

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Punch

  • Buhari, Jonathan’s men clash over Maina scandal … as Maina’s family claims Buhari’s govt brought him back
  • Niger gov denies plan to sack teachers
  • CP presents Ayade’s N2m to families of slain policemen
  • Oando chairman accuses SEC of bias
  • Lagos, Kaduna, two others to expose tax defaulters
  • Attacked bus not ours, says LAGBUS
  • Sanusi calls for debate on restructuring
  • BREAKING: Indonesia fireworks factory fire kills 10
  • Unresolved issues in Kachikwu’s memo
  • Polls open in Kenya election re-run
  • Fire razes Fayose’s G-Class in Lagos • We saw driver packing burnt cash from vehicle –Traffic officer
  • Vegetables you should be eating
  • FG lists Fela’s house as national museum
  • EFCC returns N11.9m stolen by RCCG deacon
  • Amokachi wants ex-teammate to manage Everton
  • CP presents Ayade’s N2m to families of slain policemen
  • EFCC returns N11.9m stolen by RCCG deacon
  • Robbers shoot Lagos policeman, steal gun
  • Fire kills four-year-old Lagos pupil, destroys apartments
  • Government college food vendors, printer protest N31.4m debt
  • 26 cars stolen in Lagos, recovered in Ondo – Police
  • Man who raped daughter for years pleads guilty
  • Insiders involved in Air Peace burglary –Police
  • Edo police arrest seven over murder of UNIBEN professor
  • Sanusi calls for debate on restructuring
  • How traditional courts survive on citizens’ trust
  • ENSIEC makes a U-turn, recalls disqualified APC candidates
  • Fayose escapes mysterious car fire accident
  • Umahi orders probe into alleged Ebonyi pension scam
  • PDP needs a gentleman with ideas – Adeniran
  • MainaGate: One scandal too many, says Oby Ezekwesili
  • Adebanjo disagrees with Bisi Akande on restructuring
  • Prisoners to vote in 2019, says INEC
  • Oando chairman accuses SEC of bias
  • Lagos, Kaduna, two others to expose tax defaulters
  • Banking mistakes that can cause you trouble
  • Power rejection: Jebba, Kainji reduce generation by 416.4MW
  • N8bn CBN scam: Court rejects bail application as EFCC presents witnesses
  • Legacy debts account for $3bn of $5.5bn foreign loans –Adeosun
  • Amokachi wants ex-teammate to manage Everton
  • Werner penalty miss hands Bayern cup win
  • Neymar must learn from sending-off, says PSG’s Emery
  • I want to fight Tyson Fury – Joshua

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • Maina’s family exposes recall secret
  • Shekau’s wife feared dead as NAF fighter jets destroy more Boko Haram camps
  • IPOB accuses judge of frustrating proscription case
  • Senate mulls scrapping of moribund agencies, merger of others
  • Metuh: Bailiff gets 5 days to serve Jonathan subpoena
  • VAIDS: 3 states, FCT to provide data on assets of tax evaders
  • Don’t relate with PANDEF, Niger Delta militants warn FG
  • Iheanacho plots to compound Everton’s woes
  • Uproar in Ondo
  • What every woman must know about fibroids
  • Shekau’s wife feared dead as NAF fighter jets destroy more Boko Haram camps
  • Police drag two traders to court over fake products
  • Court to rule on application seeking to upturn guilty plea of 4 firms linked with Patience Jonathan
  • Ebonyi govt., BOI float N2b loans for civil servants
  • How AGF twisted court’s judgment
  • IGP’s wife urges policemen to empower spouses
  • US has lost trust in S’ Sudan, Trump’s envoy tells president
  • 27 killed, 35 injured in Indonesia fireworks factory explosion
  • Russia leads S’ Arabia, Tunisia as largest ISIS fighters’ exporter
  • Why Obiano deserves second term – Kanu
  • Anambra election is referendum on future of Ndigbo –Onyima ?
  • Borno: Boko Haram era gone for good -Buba
  • Old debts account for $3bn of Nigeria’s foreign loan – FG
  • VAIDS: 3 states, FCT to provide data on assets of tax evaders
  • Over 9.7m Nigerians visit our site daily – Facebook
  • Leicester City name Puel as manager
  • Osinbajo, Kachikwu, others preach diversification
  • S music legend Fats Domino dead at 89 years old
  • In Lagos, traffic robbers on the loose

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Guardian

  • Two months after, Buhari still works from home
  • I will open can of worms against cabal, says Maina
  • African airlines to transport 400 million passengers in 2036
  • Kenyans vote in fractious second poll, boycotted by opposition
  • Reps move to curtail doping, ensure funding of sports sector
  • Six Nigerian soldiers killed in Boko Haram raid
  • National Assembly to pass Petroleum Industry Bill before end of 2017, says Dogara
  • Federal Governent to finance capital projects with borrowed funds, says Adeosun
  • Court adjourns Metuh suit for Jonathan, Dasuki to appear
  • Toke Ibru, Thomopulus, others confirmed new directors of Ikeja Hotel
  • Only 30% of UTME candidates to secure varsity admission, says NUC
  • West Ham stun Spurs to reach League Cup quarters
  • Nketiah is gunning for your position, Wenger warns Iwobi
  • Rohr to sign new two-year contract before Russia 2018 World Cup
  • Quadri’s pact with Premier Lotto a step to better things, says Obisanya
  • Kwese TV storms Sagamu for Anthony Joshua’s WBA, IBF heavyweight fight
  • Wozniacki beats Simona Halep to reach semifinals
  • Don seeks robust policy actions to improve informal economy
  • SON shuts four steel factories over non-compliance to NIS requirements
  • On Maina, blame Buhari
  • Rethinking decentralisation and grassroots development in Nigeria
  • APC and dilemma of restructuring
  • I am on a rescue mission in Anambra, says Nnoli
  • Suspected thugs attack Sule Lamido presidential campaign rally in Kaduna
  • Lagos inaugurates Prince Ebeano Mother-Child unit at Ibeju-Lekki General Hospital
  • How to improve medicare delivery in Nigeria
  • Logo-NannaThe wonderful healing power of cruciferous vegetables
  • Big Shaq Releases Official Video For “Mans Not Hot”
  • N6 Replies MI With New Track “Fix Up Your Life,” MI Responds
  • Lobster Macaroni And Cheese Recipe
  • ‘Why we killed policeman, stole his service rifle’
  • Marilyn Manson axes bassist after rape allegation
  • Dettol launches handwashing campaign in primary schools

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Tribune

  • Oyo/Osun auto crash: 4 survivors moved to hospital in Ife, 1 to Osogbo Catholic hospital
  • JOHESU laments discrimination between health workers, doctors
  • Biafra: Igbo leader urges FG, IPOB to dialogue
  • Oyo, Microsoft partnership to provide 800 computers for digital literacy
  • NDDC empowers physically challenged with mobility aids
  • Elevation of chiefs, not Ajimobi’s idea, High Chiefs asked for it ―Oba Salaudeen
  • FG, Stakeholders move to re-position NHIS
  • Jonathan’s men may have returned Maina to service ―Presidency
  • Bello bans trade union in Kogi higher institutions
  • Dogara hails Buhari for assenting to North East Development Commission Bill
  • FG to partner Ogun govt in converting Ransome-Kuti family house into museum
  • Oyo secures order to conduct LG election
  • Onnoghen, senior lawyers praise late S/Court Justice, Nwokedi
  • Nigeria: Better to remain together than break up ―Dickson
  • I’m in chairmanship race to liberate Lagos PDP ―Segun Adewale
  • $15.5 mlion: 4 firms linked to Patience Jonathan seek to change guilty plea
  • Yams rejected in UK were not certified by Nigerian Quarantine Service —FG
  • Oyo Assembly makes case for JAAC review
  • NDDC charges Niger Delta youths to embrace entrepreneurship
  • 2019: Bode George has the capacity to deliver the Presidency to PDP ―Dokpesi
  • Under Trump plan, refugees from 11 countries face additional US barriers
  • Kenya political crisis deepens in run-up to election
  • Kenya police disperse demonstrators as Odinga tempers poll protest call
  • Kenya political crisis deepens in run-up to election
  • Kenya’s fate in the hands of judges
  • Trump disputes military widow’s account of condolence call
  • FEC to approve N8.60trn 2018 budget estimates
  • Shares suspension: Oando secures court order to retract SEC directive
  • States won’t borrow again as FAAC shares N558.0bn for September
  • Nigeria, Indonesia agree to strengthen economic ties
  • We’ll stoke Nigerian – Canadian tourism traffic —Angela, CEO Global Home-Time Resources Limited
  • NTDC 2017 Amendment act’s passage: South–West tourism promoters commend Coker
  • Why we sponsored 18 festivals in Yoruba land —Gani Adams
  • ITB Berlin calls for keynote speakers
  • FG begins review of Civic Education curriculum
  • FG’s no-work-no-pay rule is an attempt to create fear — Olukoya, NUT president
  • 31% Sokoto teachers ‘unqualified, but trainable’ — Govt panel
  • What motivated me —Crescent University’s best graduating student

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Why NPA Should Review Termination Of Pilotage Contract With INTELS
  • Anambra Guber: Five Takeaways From Nwoye’s Flag Off
  • Canada Earmarks $3.5bn To Boost Women, Children’s Health In Nigeria
  • Armed Thugs Attack PDP Supporters At Lamido’s Campaign Office
  • VAIDS: Lagos, Osun, Kaduna, FCT Move Against Tax Defaulters
  • Arewa Youths Accuse Buhari’s Govt Of Bias In Anti-Corruption Fight
  • Activist Faults Amaechi On Alleged N19bn Scam At MAN, Oron
  • Court Admits Documents Fayose Sold Land For N650m To Badeh
  • Sapele Women Protest Alleged Marginalisation In Allocation Of Market Stores
  • 20 Ex-Militants Protest Alleged Disengagement
  • USAID’s $3m Scheme Boosts Entrepreneurial Capacity Of Nigerian Agripreneurs
  • BeepMAGNET Unveils Youth Entrepreneurial, Empowerment Platforms
  • Enugu Herdsmen Seek Police Protection
  • Our Son Was Recalled To Help The Change Agenda, Says Maina’s Family
  • 21 Ibadan Obas: It’s Not Ajimobi’s Idea, High Chiefs Asked For It – Oba Salaudeen
  • Criminals Are Migrating To The Water Space- CNS
  • S-H-O-C-K-E-R: Sports minister kicks against NFF bill
  • Rohr confirms fresh two year deal
  • NFF dumps Tammy Abraham
  • Russia 2018 World Cup: I’m not Nigeria’s saviour – Rohr
  • Oba Akiolu backs true federalism, says Nigeria won’t break up
  • Lagos council polls: 22 Candidates appeal Tribunal’s verdict
  • Thisday Editor, Ologbondiyan, says PDP needs professional as publicity secretary
  • Breaking: PDP approves N3m for chairmanship nomination form

(www.vanguardngr.com)

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