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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, September 28, 2017

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The Guardian

  • Ohanaeze asks Buhari to consider 2014 confab report
  • Justice Salami leads panel to monitor trial of graft cases
  • FG to launch second action plan on ease of doing business
  • We respect Zambia, but Chipolopolo must fall, says Mikel
  • FG plans to pull out from 90 international organisations
  • Donald Trump’s aide and son-in-law Kushner registered to vote as a woman
  • ‘Policeman framed me for robbery for denying him sex’
  • Police rescue two children from kidnappers in Ibadan hotel
  • Five killed, eight injured in Kogi accident
  • Reps summon customs, DSS chiefs over menace of arms
  • My successor will not inherit Boko Haram, IDP camps, says Shettima
  • Lukaku and Martial lead Man Utd in CSKA rout
  • Higuain lifts Juventus to win over Olympiakos
  • Cavani, Neymar on target as PSG outclass Bayern
  • It’s too late for Zambia to think of ticket, says Ezenwa
  • Unlucky Coates gifts Barca win at Sporting
  • Batshuayi hands Chelsea deserved win at Atletico
  • FG plans to pull out from 90 international organisations
  • Ohanaeze asks Buhari to consider 2014 confab report
  • Justice Salami leads panel to monitor trial of graft cases
  • FG to launch second action plan on ease of doing business
  • We respect Zambia, but Chipolopolo must fall, says Mikel
  • Donald Trump’s aide and son-in-law Kushner registered to vote as a woman
  • ‘Policeman framed me for robbery for denying him sex’
  • Police rescue two children from kidnappers in Ibadan hotel
  • Five killed, eight injured in Kogi accident
  • Reps summon customs, DSS chiefs over menace of arms
  • My successor will not inherit Boko Haram, IDP camps, says Shettima
  • FEC Meeting – Nigeria To Exit 90 International Organisations
  • FOI Act – Level Of Use by Nigerians Described As Poor
  • Melaye’s Recall – INEC Officials Storm Nat’l Assembly, Serve Melaye Notice
  • EFCC Vs Fani-Kayode – Court Insists On Hearing N4.98Bn Suit Against Fmr Minister
  • Lukaku and Martial lead Man Utd in CSKA rout
  • Higuain lifts Juventus to win over Olympiakos
  • Cavani, Neymar on target as PSG outclass Bayern
  • It’s too late for Zambia to think of ticket, says Ezenwa
  • Unlucky Coates gifts Barca win at Sporting
  • Batshuayi hands Chelsea deserved win at Atletico
  • Healthcare, boy Ali and our conscience!
  • Strengthening the national bond amid agitations
  • Nestle, Dangote Cement others lift NSE’s indices by N52 billion
  • Bank of Industry, others move for healthier SMEs
  • Oando Plc, Flour Mills deepen ties with American investors
  • Restructuring, growth and inclusion
  • Will rise of Judaism in Nigeria affect Christianity?

(www.guardian.ng)

 

The Sun

  • Playboy founder Hugh Hefner dies at age 91
  • BREAKING: Fayose declares presidential ambition today in Abuja
  • Catholic priest kidnapped in Edo
  • FG negotiates with US on looted funds
  • Nigeria to quit 90 organisations
  • Boko Haram: Cameroon deports 100,000 Nigerians
  • NJC appoints Salami, Agbakoba, others to monitor trial of corruption cases
  • Nwodo, Ohanaeze leader, spits fire in London
  • Sokoto bans Shi’ite members from procession
  • Forum commends Wike for restoring peace in Rivers communities
  • US position on IPOB, unfortunate, unacceptable – FG
  • Life on Earth may date back 3.95b years – Study
  • Borno agency unveils Op. ZERO POTHOLE
  • Contraception is not a woman’s responsibility alone, it must involve men as well
  • Appointment of New Judges: Lawyers hopes for speedy justice
  • Malaysia bans citizens from entering N’ Korea
  • Barcelona mayor calls for EU mediation in Catalonia
  • 180 passengers escape death as Taliban launches rocket attack on India-bound plane
  • Either we restructure or Nigeria’ll perish – Iwuanyanwu
  • Yoruba ’ll emerge president in 2019 –Prophet
  • 6000 get rewards as Western Lotto prepares 2nd MUP draw
  • Global competitiveness: WEF rates Nigeria 125th out of 137 economies
  • Bondo to take charge of Nigeria, Zambia showdown
  • Russia 2018 World Cup : We respect Zambia, but we’ll grab ticket –Mikel
  • Nigeria to host FIBA Africa Club championship eliminations
  • DNA surgery on embryos removes disease
  • Navy wages fresh war against oil thieves
  • Infant mortality: Nigeria loses 1,000 kids every year
  • Ogidi celebrates new yam festival after 19 years without king

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Punch

  • Brazilian President trapped in legal logjam
  • Brazilian court reduces jail sentence for goalkeeper convicted of murder
  • Russia court issues arrest warrant for doping whistleblower
  • UPDATED: Brazil’s Leonardo named new Antalyaspor manager
  • Three-year-old anointed as ‘living goddess’ in Nepal
  • Growing electric vehicle adoption threatens Nigeria’s oil exports
  • Pass bills that’ll be impactful on economy, Elumelu tells N’Assembly
  • My gentility isn’t cowardice, Ajimobi tells Olubadan
  • Ex-Kebbi commissioner diverted N664m meant for imam training – ICPC
  • UEFA Champions League scorers
  • Google, Facebook, Twitter asked to testify in Russia probe
  • Conte lashes tight turnaround for Man City clash
  • Trump drags Bolt into anthem row
  • Reps’ repressive NGO regulatory bill
  • PDP’s return in 2019 won’t be easy –Ex-ministers
  • My gentility isn’t cowardice, Ajimobi tells Olubadan
  • Foreign debt payment to gulp $11.62bn in 10 years – DMO
  • Lawyers ask court to order Buratai to produce Kanu
  • Lagos babymama arrested for death of Caleb varsity student
  • Another driver dies in Ogun crash
  • Man kidnaps two children in Ogun
  • El-Rufai weeps as firm provides aid for blind five-year-old
  • Lagos babymama arrested for death of Caleb varsity student
  • Command nabs alleged serial killer, others
  • Office assistant pleads guilty to stealing $12,000
  • ICYMI: Housemaid jailed 13 years for stealing employer’s $5,000
  • Couple allegedly sold human meat pies to local cafe
  • As Bello govt continues to owe, Kogi workers beg Buhari, Diasporan indigenes for food, medications
  • PDP’s return in 2019 won’t be easy –Ex-ministers
  • ‘How corruption keeps Nigerians in darkness’
  • 57 marriage registrars storm court in case against FG
  • ICYMI: Don’t waste time on 2019 Presidency, PDP tells Fayose
  • I’m now born again, whatever I say is the truth –Mantu
  • Melaye flees Senate plenary, dodges INEC recall notice
  • Taking the fight to Malaria! How is Nigeria fighting the disease?
  • Reinhard Bonnke returns to Nigeria for ‘farewell message’
  • Why I became an Arsenal fan — Aregbesola
  • The most effective way to lose weight! Special offer for you!
  • Court remands driver over alleged attempt to murder Fayose
  • A new approach to providing educational opportunities in Nigeria.

(www.punchng.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Nigeria Declares UN Security Council Obsolete, Undemocratic
  • Ambode Inaugurates First DNA Forensic Lab in W’Africa
  • With Obiano, Obaze, Nwoye Given the All Clear, Anambra Guber Race…
  • Customs Intercepts Two Elephant Tusks
  • FG Sets up C’ttee to Review Nigeria’s Membership of International Bodies
  • Politicians Behind Nigeria’s Suspension from Egmont Group, Says EFCC
  • Terrorism Has No Boundary, FG Replies US Govt on IPOB
  • Ajimobi: Why North Opposes Restructuring
  • FG Declares Monday Public Holiday
  • HRW Report Exposes Cameroonian Torture of Nigerian IDPs
  • Omokri: Sagay Has Exposed APC for the Rogues They Are
  • Fani-Kayode: Jonathan’s Campaign Organisation Owes My Company N24m, Says Witness
  • Ohanaeze Leader, Nwodo at Chatham House, Insists on Restructuring
  • New Findings Reveal Reduction In HIV/AIDS Transmission from Mother to Child
  • Senate to Probe Alleged Attempt to Cause Disaffection among Lawmakers
  • NBA: Special Courts for Corruption Cases Should Be Given Special Attention to Succeed
  • Bill Recommends N540bn Annually for Police
  • Truck Kills Seven in Kogi, Students Burn Down Vehicle
  • IPOB: Group Restates Confidence in Military’s Ability to Protect Nigerians
  • Fisherman Commits Suicide after Surviving Boat Mishap
  • House Summons Customs, DSS over Infiltration of Firearms
  • Ajimobi: I Have No Intention of Deposing Olubadan
  • Marginalisation in Oil Sector Appointments Threatens Peace, N/Delta Leaders Tell Buhari
  • Oyebode to Speak at SERAP’s Roundtable
  • House Urges Service Chiefs to Compel Military to Obey Traffic Laws
  • Rivers Oil Producing Communities Rue FG’s Neglect
  • Jonathan’s Spokesman Debunks Okorocha’s Claim of Inducement
  • Python Dance: NAF Pledges to Resolve Security Challenges in Abia
  • Atiku Dissociates Self from Article on Kanu
  • FG Vows to Make Tourism Sustainable, Create Jobs
  • General Manager, Business Development/G&PIC/G&P, (North)
  • Group Warns Nigeria May Fail If Not Restructured Now

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • No plan to restrict, reduce Olubadan’s salaries, entitlements, Ibadan LGs Chairmen
  • Bayelsa: Flood wreaks havoc in tombia community
  • Alleged N25 Billion Agric loan: EFCC lied against Goje ―Prosecution Witness
  • Encourage stakeholders’ investment through local sports reportage, Akin Alabi tasks journalists
  • Niger Delta undergraduates told to shun militancy
  • Anambra: INEC releases names of candidates
  • 21 new Ibadan obas kick as Olubadan installs mogajis today
  • Chieftaincy review: Olubadan gets court assent to use substituted service for elevated Baales
  • Justice Salami heads NJC committee on looters’ trial
  • FG inaugurates committee on human trafficking academy
  • Ondo Attorney General urges army to be civil in dealing with civilians
  • PDP National Chairmanship: Adeniran is God’s choice ―Mantu
  • NBA moves to review its constitution
  • ICPC docks NUT treasurer, contractors for embezzling N495.8 million teachers’ funds
  • ICPC arraigns Kebbi ex-SSG, commissioner over N664 million fraud
  • Olubadan palace mayhem: Hold Oyo govt responsible ―Ladoja
  • North Korea accuses Trump of declaring war
  • Minister of Transport, Rotimi Amaechi
  • FG seeks to link Neighbouring nations by rail ―Amaechi
  • Eliminate barriers to access contraceptives by adolescents ―NGO urges FG
  • World Bank pledges support for improved childhood development in Nigeria
  • Medical practitioner calls on governments to invest in health sector
  • FG to contain further spread of yellow fever ―Official
  • FG’s search for oil in Sokoto, Benue basins
  • Why we retain base lending rate at 14% —CBN
  • 3 months after: FG releases N336bn capital budget
  • NPDC poised to grow equity production to 500, 000 bpd by 2020
  • CSR: UBA Foundation to support essay competition winner with N1m grant
  • Saudi women celebrate news they will finally be allowed to drive
  • Thousands march against corruption in South Africa
  • Thousands march against corruption in South Africa
  • North Korea official: Trump on suicide mission
  • Violent crime in US rises for second consecutive year
  • Arms shipment: Security expert bemoans Nigeria’s maritime security arrangement •Says repairing failed scanners will lead to congestion
  • Boat operators label LASWA’s N140,000 annual fee outrageous, double taxation
  • NPA raises concern over safety of Nigeria’s territorial waters

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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