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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, August 1, 2017

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Vanguard

  • Uwazuruike opens another radio Biafra in Germany
  • IGBONLA SIX: Abductors threaten to strike again if not granted amnesty
  • PANDEF to FG: We’ll pull out if there’s no dialogue by Nov
  • Why are people spreading rumours about my death? says Awujale
  • Lagos traditional ruler, 3 others arrested over Badoo killings
  • 3 policemen to face trial over looting of Jonathan’s Abuja home
  • Famine looms in northeast Nigeria as food crisis worsens
  • FG pleads with Dangote to finish refinery before 2019
  • Police sergeant, 2 others sentenced to death over murder of 4 UniPort students
  • I Don’t Have Snake Farm — Ortom
  • UNIPORT Expels 6 Students, Suspends 7 Workers Over Misconduct
  • Olympics: Paris Celebrates 2024 Win As LA Accepts 2028 Consolation
  • Kebbi Is The Most Peaceful State In The History Of Nigeria – Gov. Okorocha
  • Everything Is Set For The Return Of Mr President – Aide
  • Cambodia Closes NGO For Discussing Sex Trafficking
  • We Will Not Be Deterred By Naysayers – Lai Mohammed
  • Man City Set For Spain Trip After Season Opener
  • Vladimir Putin Richer Than Bill Gates And Jeff Bezos
  • Ecobank Foundation Has Driven An Impactful Transformation
  • ‘…Those That Told Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB To Steer Clear Of Lagos, Yorubaland Are Talking Bunkum’
  • Ensure Nigeria Remains One Entity, NYSC DG Tells Corps Members
  • LASG Releases N8 Billion As Compensation To Displaced Property Owners
  • Kanu Has Become A Public Shame … – Loyibo
  • NIS Advises A-Ibom Govt On Devt Policies
  • OAU Proffers Solution To Nation’s Problems At Annual Confab
  • Olympics: Paris celebrates 2024 win as LA accepts 2028 consolation
  • Man City set for Spain trip after season opener
  • Ex-warlord, footballer Weah begin Liberia presidential campaigns
  • Real Madrid expected to give MLS stars intense match

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • Niger preparing for ‘Nigeria without oil’ – Gov Bello
  • ITTF unveils seeding list for Nigeria Open doubles event
  • Putin richer than Gates, Bezos combined – US financier
  • China will fiercely protect its sovereignty – Xi
  • Turkey indicts 486 in coup plot
  • New photo of boy chained and left to die emerges
  • Man City set for Spain trip after season opener
  • Biafran group declares secession, names Utomi, Soludo, Gana, others in ‘cabinet’
  • Bank of England staff strike for first time in 50 years
  • British American Tobacco investigated for fraud in Africa
  • Nigerian British councillor suspended for anti-gay comments
  • UN floats fund for Boko Haram’s crisis-hit northeast
  • Lagos-Ibadan road: Falae, Afenifere, YCE, others slam FG, National Assembly
  • Three cops held for stealing Jonathan’s TVs, fridges, others
  • Man gives birth to baby boy in US
  • Three cops held for stealing Jonathan’s TVs, fridges, others
  • Boko Haram attack: DHQ fingers informants, blames weather for killings
  • Police nab 32 kidnap suspects in Kaduna
  • Police uncover Badoo shrine, arrest 51-year-old for killing couple
  • Freed Lagos pupils begin trauma therapy in LASUTH
  • Robbers raid Benin-Ore highway, shoot driver in head
  • Aluu four: Sergeant, two others get death sentence
  • Police to arraign Dangote workers for N451m theft
  • Police arrest three suspected killers of Ogun monarch
  • Two killed, eight injured in Ogun auto crash
  • Suspected Badoo member invades nursery school, attempts to kidnap pupils
  • Kwara fixes November 4 for LG poll
  • Peter Obi hasn’t dumped APGA, says Oye
  • Ward congresses: APC awaits appeal committees’ report
  • Kogi gov proposes N11bn supplementary budget
  • FG earmarks N300m start-up loan for youths in art sector
  • APC lawmaker, others file suit for Banire’s expulsion

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • President Osinbajo receives Ghanaian President
  • AUGUST: The Sun Newspapers wish readers happy New Month
  • BREAKING: Service Chiefs arrive in Maiduguri
  • Russian President, Vladimir Putin is world’s richest man
  • Niger Delta blows hot
  • We’ll declare republic October 1 –Adaka Boro Avengers
  • We’ve evidence against Amaechi –Wike
  • FCT police confirm robbery attack on Jonathan’s home
  • Militants vow to resume pipeline attacks September 1
  • Ekweremadu raises hope on restructuring
  • Jordan repeals law allowing rapists to marry victims
  • US withdraws all diplomatic cars from Moscow – Report
  • Indonesia unveils masterminds of 1.2m ecstasy tablets
  • Restructuring: You’re too harsh on APC, VON DG tells Atiku
  • PDP crisis: CP hands over party secretariat keys to Bode George
  • Youths canvass Atiku’s return to PDP
  • Brexit may lead to the loss of 17,000 investment banking jobs – Study
  • How Nigeria lost over $300bn oil, gas investments in 3 years –Kachikwu
  • W’Bank, FG to partner on Abuja infrastructure development
  • Alexis Sanchez back in London
  • Los Angeles to host 2028 Olympics
  • AfroBasket Women 2017: Nigeria’s US based players storm Lagos Thursday
  • Bin Laden’s son, Hamza to take-over Al-Qaeda
  • Indian police kill militant commander in Kashmir as protests erupt

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Guardian

  • Nigeria loses N9.74b to public holidays in one year
  • ‘Reserve force’ underway as ‘wars’ drain military budgets
  • US hits ‘dictator’ Maduro with sanctions over disputed Venezuela vote
  • Ronaldo denies tax fraud at court hearing
  • Pakistan’s parliament set to vote for interim prime minister
  • British American Tobacco facing Africa fraud probe
  • Almost 500 suspects on trial in Turkey’s biggest coup case
  • Pence slams Russian ‘occupation’ on Georgia visit
  • Bank of England staff strike for first time in 50 years
  • Osinbajo meets African Union peace council over insurgency
  • Man City set for Spain trip after season opener
  • IAAF wades into visa delay for Nigerian athletes, advance party hits London
  • Neymar may fly to Paris today for PSG medical ahead of £196 million move
  • Sanchez flies to London via Paris sparking speculation
  • Serena recalls racial discrimination in heartfelt essay for black women’s equal payday
  • ‘How government inconsistency, others cripple Nigerian athletics’
  • APC, wits’ end and an about-face?
  • Huge drop in sperm count could lead to human extinction, researchers find
  • With Banire, Lagos APC internal bickering gets messier
  • Kaduna APC crisis festers
  • Akwa Ibom APC elects delegates for non-national convention
  • Government vows to halt oil production if cost remains high
  • Rush for bonds may threaten banks, stock market
  • Oando returns to profitability, posts N4.6 billion for Q1
  • The Senate’s insensitivity
  • Ancient statue unearthed at Cambodia’s Angkor complex
  • French film legend Jeanne Moreau dies at 89
  • ‘Game of Thrones’ script leaked after HBO hack
  • Taxation and the people’s parliament

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • Trouble Looms in N’Delta as PANDEF Gives Ultimatum on 16-Point Agenda
  • Oando Posts N4.6bn PAT in H1, 2017
  • Save Our Party from Dying, Kaduna APC Leaders Tell Oyegun
  • FG Begins Training for MDAs on 2018 Budget
  • Presidency Commends CAN over Goodwill Message to Buhari
  • Abductors of Lagos Students Threaten Fresh Strike, Seek Amnesty
  • DHQ Urges N’Assembly Not to Politicise Military Affairs
  • NBS: FCT Tops List as 1,279 Killed, Another 8,270 Injured in Road Crashes
  • Ex-President Jonathan’s House Burgled
  • Police Parade 32 Suspected Kidnappers along Abuja-Kaduna Highway
  • 40 UN Officials in Anambra for Development Partnership Summit
  • Lagos Police Unearths Badoo Shrine in Ikorodu
  • Biafra: Onwuka Names Self President, Appoints Utomi, Soludo, Gana as Ministers
  • Taraba LG Polls: PDP Wins all Cases at Tribunal
  • Obasanjo to Deliver Lecture at AVMCC
  • We Have Overwhelming Evidence of Amaechi’s Corrupt Acts, Says Wike
  • Two Nigerian Customs Officials Killed
  • Ogun Approves Lifting of Moratorium on Cases Relating to Capital Punishment
  • LASG Evacuates 12,600 Tonnes of Waste from Lagos Streets, Drains in 10 days
  • Two Suspects Arrested for Car Theft
  • Anambra Guber: Chidoka Picks UPP Nomination Form
  • Enelamah Elected into WTO Position
  • Police Kill Five Suspected Robbers in Cross River
  • Police Seal Anambra PDP Secretariat
  • HSE Violations: FG Seeks Jail Terms for Directors of Defaulting Oil Companies
  • Again, CBN Intervenes in FX Market with $195m
  • Aluu Four: Court Sentences Ex-police Sergeant, 2 Others to Death
  • Military Strategises to Curb Security Challenges
  • Save Our Party from Dying, Kaduna APC Leaders Tell Oyegun

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

The Nation

  • Ajagba, Apochi win pro debut in USA
  • Federer cruising with his Wimbledon take away!
  • CHAN Eagles Set for Test Matches
  • Two games ban for Jones as UEFA fine Man Utd
  • Basketball League: First Bank coach attributes win to hardwork
  • Ronaldo shuns media after court appearance
  • NPFL: Rangers defeats Rivers United 2-1 in match day 32
  • FUOYE students protest, say we receive lectures under trees
  • NIPOGA 2018: Kwarapoly inaugurates Sub-Committee
  • ‘I sleep and wake up in pains’
  • Teachers kick as Kogi varsity bans ASUU
  • Fatherhood crisis
  • Boko Haram: Pressure on govt over abducted dons
  • ‘Govt hopes on Dangote Refinery to end fuel import’
  • I’m hale, hearty, says Awujale
  • Oando posts N4.6b profit despite low oil prices
  • UNIPORT four: Sergeant, two others to die
  • MPC decision: Consolidating equities, forex gains
  • Six Amnesty beneficiaries bag first class in UK varsities
  • 18 years after, Afrika lives on
  • Fed Govt plans ICT varsity, says minister
  • Court jails man six months over N7,000 theft
  • S to train NSCDC operatives on counter-terrorism in Borno
  • Court remands suspected motorcycle thief till bail condition is fulfilled
  • Jigawa LG Service Commission to spend N4.05m on agric workshop – Official
  • FG to stamp out piracy – Lai Mohammed
  • Police dismiss cop for firing at FRSC officials in Aba
  • Osinbajo, Ghanaian President meet in Aso Rock
  • LAMATA transports over 60m passengers from 2015 to date, says CEO
  • Presidency commends CAN’s message to Buhari
  • Rescue Kaduna chapter, Sen. Sani urges APC leadership
  • Wamakko targets 1,000 eye patients in 8-day medical outreach
  • AU to help Nigeria in war against Boko Haram
  • UN floats ‘Nigeria Humanitarian Fund’ for Northeast
  • Venezuela opposition leaders re-arrested after poll
  • MMM Nigeria raises awareness on Hepatitis, conducts free test on Hepatitis B, C and vaccines

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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