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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, April 10, 2018

PUNCH

  • Army begins probe of Danjumas claims on Taraba killings
  • Knocks, kudos as Buhari declares second term bid
  • FG begins screening of 40,000 varsity degrees obtained abroad
  • Weve reduced crime in Lagos, says CP
  • Knowing full well or knowing fully well
  • Alleged N650m fraud: Akinjide, others disown confessional statements
  • AAUA students protest increase in tuition fees
  • AGF seeks stiffer sanctions against terrorists, financiers in new bill
  • Nigerias demographic time-bomb deadly effects
  • $1bn arms fund undergoing legislative processes Presidency
  • EFCC arrests man with fake $400,000
  • Stop killings in Benue, Ortom urges security agencies
  • New provost: Tension in Alvan Ikoku College
  • Lagos to use media for policies enlightenment
  • Police recover 3,250 illegal arms in six weeks
  • No leader prepared for power like Awolowo, Azikiwe, says Ray Ekpu
  • TETFund completes 22 projects in Fed poly, Taraba
  • Buhari should start corruption war with Oshiomhole

 

VANGUARD

  • Why I’m seeking a 2nd term ‘ Buhari
  • Nigeria’s external reserves’ll soon hit $50bn ‘ Emefiele
  • Nkanga bemoans non- implementation of PANDEF’s 16-point agenda
  • Protest trails detention of Enugu community leaders
  • NAF foils suicide bombing at UNIMAID
  • Reps c’ttee orders AuGF to conduct environmental audit in Rivers
  • We’ve supported enrollment of over 1m girls in Nigeria’UNICEF
  • OPU formed to project Nigeria’s image abroad ‘ GANI ADAMS
  • Abia Poly lecturers begin strike over 11 months salary arrears
  • 28 suspects arraigned for gruesome murder of 10 herdsmen in Benue
  • Reyenieju to Warri youths: Be peaceful to attract developmental projects
  • 2019: Ex-Minister calls for credible PDP candidates
  • A-Ibom govt tackles flooding in Uyo
  • Abacha loot: Adeosun blocks $16.9m payment to Malami’s lawyers
  • How Ondo varsity students grounded Akure over 500% hike in fees
  • Mark saved our democracy from collapse ‘ Ekweremadu
  • Winners emerge in DiamondXtra promo
  • Delta APC advocates consensus ward candidates

 

THE NATION

  • Shock at APC NEC as Buhari declares: Ill run
  • $1b security fund won’t be spent without appropriation, says Enang
  • CBN, NEXIM vote N500b for local manufacturers, others
  • Varsity students protest tuition fee hike in Akure
  • Police recover 2,753 illegal firearms from 13 states
  • Labour raises minimum wage demand from N56,000
  • Kudos, knocks for President over bid to run again
  • Oyegun, others get waivers to contest without resigning
  • 2019: Prospects, constraints of Buharis ambition
  • Why Ambode should go for second term
  • Death stalks National Assembly
  • Ekiti doesnt need a CEO governor, says Fapohunda
  • APC chieftains defect to PDP in Ekiti
  • Olajumoke shares inspirational story
  • Liz Anjorin gets chieftaincy for birthday
  • Neo Phlames, Labosky thrill at My Hood Live Concert
  • Yewande Adekoya shoots Ewatomi
  • 8teen returns with Jaiye

 

THISDAY

  • In a Surprise Announcement, Buhari Says He’ll Seek Re-election in 2019
  • After Senate Rumble, Presidency Says Buhari Yet to Authorise $1bn Withdrawal from ECA
  • Shell Paid $4.32bn to Nigerian Government in 2017, Says Oil Giant
  • At $47.3bn, Nigeria’s Foreign Reserves Hit Five-year High
  • Buhari Arrives London
  • MTN Has Paid N165bn of Its Fine So Far, NCC Reveals
  • Taraba Killings: Army Sets up Panel to Probe Allegation by Danjuma on Soldiers’ Collusion
  • Buhari: l Declined Signing Regional Economic Pact to Protect Local Industries, Youths FG, AU to resume AfCFTA
  • Again, Suspected Herdsmen Kill Six in Nasarawa
  • INEC Worried over Technology Intercepts in Electoral Process
  • As House Probes Property Recovery Panel
  • A Call Too Many
  • Beyond The Banditry in Zamfara
  • Fintechs Redefining Global Banking Industry, Says CIBN Boss
  • Access Bank Introduces USSD Code for PayDay Loan
  • Team Nigeria Opens Medals Account with Two Silver
  • DTigers in Third Straight Defeat

 

THE SUN

  • How we resist admission pressure ‘OAU VC
  • How to end herdsmen/farmers’ crises -Prof. Sharubutu
  • Abduction in schools will affect girl-child education ‘Proprietress
  • 20% children requires special needs education, says HIIMA CEO
  • Ekweremadu’s many battles
  • Buhari’s second term’ll finish Nigeria ‘Fayose
  • FCET Umunze: New students strictly admitted on merit, says acting Provost
  • Afenifere, Ezekwesili, ACF, others differ
  • How Abuja private schools plot, execute cheating during public exams ‘ Noma, FCT UBEB director
  • GDI mobilises Rivers indigenes in Diaspora for Wike’s re-election
  • Okorocha, Shettima, ADP back president as CNPP kicks
  • I’ll run in 2019, Buhari declares at NEC
  • PDP, Yakasai react
  • APC grants resignation waivers to top national, state officials
  • Enyeama gets Lille’s condition for starting XI
  • Martins undergoes successful surgery in UK
  • UCL: Guardiola plots comeback against Liverpool
  • Emefiele calls for strong fiscal, monetary policy coordination

 

GUARDIAN

  • Bayelsa government pledges to tackle payroll fraud, reform public sector
  • FAAN installs CCTV cameras at Lagos, Abuja airports’ airside
  • Goodluck Jonathan as Buhari government barometer
  • I lost Balon d’Or award because I played for Nigeria, says Amuneke
  • 78 users in Nigeria instal Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica app
  • Media to review bills, policies before passage, execution, says Lagos government
  • Nigeria needs help
  • Implications of Buhari’s second term declaration
  • LCCI rewards excellence at commerce, industry awards
  • Army probes allegation of collusion in Benue, Taraba killings

 

DAILY TRUST

  • Era of political thuggery over in Kogi Sen Ogembe
  • 2019: Buharis declaration will silence opposition Okorocha
  • I don’t travel for jamboree Ayade
  • 2019: Kudos, knocks trail Buharis declaration
  • Mark behind my successes – Ekweremadu
  • Masari lauds Buharis decision to seek second term
  • Buhari’s declaration internal affairs of APC – PDP
  • FCT minister calls for review of BPP Act
  • World Health Day: FCT needs additional 4,000 health workers
  • We must sustain Gbagyi culture Etsu of Kwali
  • Group trains 350 officers on food safety
  • 5 Ogun communities benefit from lawmakers transformer gift
  • Oshodi transport interchange 70 per cent completed
  • We rob stranded motorists with toy gun suspect
  • Matan Fada: Fears over Argungu fishing festival as river dries up
  • Presidential initiative to produce 1m tonnes of NPK in 2018
  • Multiple regulatory agencies aid food scarcity
  • BOA, SunTrust Bank partner on mobile banking

 

TRIBUNE

  • Nigeria does not need Buhari in 2019, he will kill Nigeria ‘Fayose
  • Ekiti 2018: INEC assures there won’t be ‘see and buy’ of votes in Ekiti
  • Insecurity: Buhari didn’t okay release of $1bn ECA fund ‘Presidency
  • Convention: Buhari asks APC leadership to grant waivers to party executives
  • Buhari officially declares intention for 2nd term
  • What does Oluwo want
  • NCF, UNOPS help communities’ forests to achieve REDD+ goals
  • Lawmaker distributes fire extinguishing balls to Ibadan markets
  • IITA, CRS train extension service providers in Benue
  • Telecoms operators defend selves over poor quality service
  • Tecno creates more competition with Camon X, Camon X Pro smartphones
  • NIHORT, Kord Resources train South-West farmers on value chain to boost production, export
  • Dismantling the Bermuda Triangle in APC
  • Facebook CEO, Zuckerberg says Cambridge Analytica ‘my mistake, I’m sorry
  • Facebook users to receive message starting Monday if involved in Cambridge Analytica
  • Somalia seizes nearly $10m from Arab plane in Mogadishu
  • Trump’s spokesman resigns to become college lecturer
  • Farmers to generate N5.85 bn annually from rubber plantations in southern Kaduna
  • Diamond Banks rewards 1,016 customers in quarterly draw
  • Lafarge Africa Plc increases net sales by 36%, doubles recurring EBITDA

 

LEADERSHIP

  • That House Committee’s Indictment Of Malami
  • Fighting Social Injustice As Important As Fighting Abortion ‘ Pope
  • Nigeria Hosts WHO Gobal Policy Group Today
  • Ortom Restates Call On Security Agencies To End Killings
  • Labour Ministry Tasks Employees On Improved Productivity
  • INEC Should Create Federal Constituency For Bakassi People ‘ Ekpo
  • SHESTCO Board Pledges To Boost Service Delivery
  • RMRDC And Recipe For Cashew Sector Development
  • NOTORE Engages 1.6m Nigerians For Smallholder Farming
  • Police Recover 425 Illegal Firearms In Abuja
  • FG Expresses Worry Over Killing Of Nigerians In UK
  • GDPR: Nigerian Businesses Risk Blacklist Over Data Leakage
  • Minister Urges TECNO To Establish Assembly Plant
  • Access Bank Introduces Loan USSD Code
  • N330bn Fine: MTN Group Has Paid N165bn ‘ NCC
  • Shell Pays $4.32b To FG In 2017 ‘ Report
  • 1000 Students Seek PTDF Overseas Scholarship In Abuja
  • Seafarers, Customs Bicker Over Extortion At Lagos Anchorage

 

BLUE PRINT

  • 500 youths renounce cultism in Bayelsa
  • AIICO Insurance records profit of N1.283 bn
  • Eterna Plc records revenue of N173.03bn ‘.Pays dividend of 40 kobo
  • Investors wealth increase by N239bn
  • Edo council presents N3.4bn appropriation bill
  • First Bank, Union Bank others fail to meet NSE deadline on 2017 audited reports
  • NNPC management inherited 65 unaudited financial statements
  • The inevitability of self-defence
  • IITA cassava weed management project trains 35 extension service providers in Benue
  • Buhari gives reasons for granting Oyegun, other APC executives soft landing
  • Wheat, maize prices top FAO food price Index
  • APC: Oyegun, others get waivers to contest in office as President Buhari declares for second term
  • Nigeria’s strides to self-sufficiency in rice production
  • FCMB partners Etihad Airways
  • ICA boss goes against credit default, launches ‘Pay Your Bills Campaign
  • Inflation rate will decline further to 13.8 per cent ‘ FDC
  • Ogunlewe, Adegoke vie for 100m medals at Commonwealth Games
  • Gowon, Nigerian Community, wish Team Nigeria successful outing
  • Falcons got $100 each before scandalous 8-0 loss to France
  • Super Eagles to host DR Congo in Port Harcourt

 

SAHARA REPORTER

  • Over 2000 Nigerians Killed In Farmers-Herdsmen Clashes Across Nigeria- Group
  • Police Shoot At Protesting Ondo University Students, Injure One
  • Mohammed Dauda To Sue National Intelligence Agency and New Director General
  • APC NWC: Oyegun, Others Can Seek Re-election If They Get Waivers, Says Buhari
  • Buhari Chances of Winning In 2019 ‘As Tall As El-Rufai,’ Says Omokri
  • My New Book On ‘Fighting Corruption’, A Dangerous Venture, Says Okonjo-Iweala
  • VP Osinbajo Supports State Police
  • 2019: Muslim Group Warns Obasanjo, IBB, Danjuma To Thread With Caution
  • Nwabueze Says IPOB Will Not ‘Negotiate For Peace’ Until De-listed As Terrorist Group
  • El-rufai, A Bad Example To Other Governors – Labour Congress
  • Breaking: Finally, President Buhari Declares Intention To Seek Re-Election
  • Adekunle Ajasin Varsity Students’ Protest Over Tuition Hike Grounds Akure
  • Ex -NSA Dasuki Demands N5bn From Federal Govt For Illegal Detention
  • Nigeria’s Messiah Will Come From North ‘ Pastor Tunde Bakare
  • Corruption: Oshiomhole Asks Buhari To Prosecute Ex-President Jonathan
  • Boko Haram Gives Reason For Release Of Dapchi Girls, Denies Ceasefire Talks With FG
  • Sowore: When A 47-Year-Old Is Too Young, Inconsequential To Be President By Fredrick Nwabufo
  • The Party’s Over: APC Satan, PDP Lucifer Both Parties Are Finished! By Bayo Oluwasanmi
  • Sowore Does Not Have To Win – Bamidele Ademola-Olateju
  • Presidency Says Buhari Leaves Nigeria For London On Monday, Date Of Return Not Stipulated
  • University Of Ibadan Evicts Medical Students After Protest Against Fee Hike

 

PREMIUM TIMES

  • Over 200 youth denounce cultism in Bayelsa
  • Top Nigerian University, OAU, enmeshed in sex-for-mark scandal
  • Nigerian govt expresses worry over killings of Nigerians in UK
  • Opposition parties to meet over Buhari’s re-election decision
  • Dangote to complete Nigeria’s longest concrete road project December ‘ Official
  • Facebook could have done more to prevent misuse ‘ Zuckerberg
  • Second Niger Bridge: 44.6% early works completed ‘ Official
  • Achebe’s ‘Things Fall Apart’ makes 12 ‘Greatest Books Ever Written’ list
  • 2019: How APC governors, PDP leaders, others reacted to Buhari’s declaration
  • Bus crushes two women to death in Ogun
  • Zimbabwe invites 46 countries to observe 2018 polls
  • Kachikwu clarifies N1.4 trillion petrol subsidy comment
  • FLASHBACK: Why I’ll serve only one term ‘ Buhari
  • MTN pays half of Nigeria’s N330 billion fine
  • Why Nigerians must prioritise vaccination ‘ Official
  • Film production: Why we target secondary school leavers ‘ NOUN
  • Govt takes step to secure Nigeria’s unity schools
  • 2019: Buhari will ‘kill’ Nigeria if allowed second term ‘ Fayose
  • Akwa Ibom govt rejects pastor’s indictment in deadly church collapse
  • Ondo lawmakers disown Akeredolu on university fee hike
  • Voters paid N5000 each in Ondo, Anambra polls ‘ INEC

 

BUSINESSDAY

  • Why Buhari dares Obasanjo, IBB, others to declare for re-election
  • The fallacy of Nigerian democracy
  • We did not take money from FG for tomato concentrate ‘ Erisco Foods
  • CBN finalises creations of N500bn fund for local manufacturers
  • The state of Impact Investing in Nigeria (1)
  • Ingenious AXA Mansard Insurance earns N2.01bn from Treasury bills
  • May and Baker’s strategies begin to bear fruit as margins improve
  • AIICO Insurance disappointing performance could stir hornet’s nest
  • Nigeria’s advertising community tasked to refocus campaigns from sales to social good
  • Activating your brand within the African market
  • 2018 TAMS summit to reward productivity amongst Nigerian workforce
  • NSE: market capitalisation dips by N150bn due to profit taking

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