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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, August 22, 2017

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The Sun

  • Pandemonium at Isolo as youths, traders clash
  • Buhari works from home
  • Rivers hosts editors’ confab September
  • Ethnic tensions: Convene national dialogue, youth leaders tell Buhari
  • Anambra guber: Militants insist on boycott, prepare for showdown
  • APC attacks PDP over restructuring
  • NJC bars judges standing trial from sitting
  • Nobody can stop God’s plan for Biafra, MASSOB tells Buhari
  • Americans cheer as rare total solar eclipse wows crowds across US
  • Anger, as suspected  ritualist   escapes from  police custody
  • Oil prices rise, heads to $53
  • Bello, Dino Melaye in for settlement
  • No Nigerian died in Ghana protest – FG
  • NATO welcomes new US approach to Afghanistan
  • Facebook founder, Zuckerberg to take two months paternity leave
  • Housewife jailed for blasphemy
  • Nigeria is derailing- Beks
  • Why Buhari can stay away till May 28, 2019 –Ikeji
  • How recuperating President Buhari was treated to rousing welcome
  • FG spent N1.3trn on capital projects in 2016, says Osinbajo
  • Nestlé reiterates commitment to youth
  • We have stabilised Arik Air –Ilegbodu
  • Uruguay, Argentina to announce joint 2030 World Cup bid
  • Russia 2018 World Cup: Iheanacho returns for Cameroon
  • Leeds, Celtic battle for Akpom’s signature

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Punch

  • BREAKING: Truck crushes nine to death in Edo
  • Oil prices rise on signs of tightening market
  • American professor allegedly kills woman in ‘sexual fantasy’
  • JAMB to build 5,000-capacity CBT centre in Ogun
  • Now that Buhari is back
  • 42 civilians dead in US-led strikes on Raqa
  • Breast cancer killing more women than reported –Akeredolu
  • Resumption: Buhari to work from home, writes to N’Assembly
  • England coach racially abused me — Aluko
  • Goal-shy Man City give Guardiola deja vu
  • Nigerian wrestlers stranded in Lagos
  • 15 ways to know an effective LinkedIn profile
  • Mobile broadband subscriptions to rise by 300% –Ericsson
  • What is ‘brilliance’ in a leader?
  • Lagos pays homage to jollof rice
  • Kudos, knocks as Nigerians react to Buhari’s broadcast
  • Man who killed eight-year-old girl escapes from police custody
  • Censors board raids Alaba, seizes pirated films
  • Govt agencies remitted N687.82bn operating surplus in nine years
  • Traditional ruler flees as youths burn palace
  • Infidelity: Man kills wife in Benue, woman kills husband in Lagos
  • CAC pastor impregnates member, prays for naked women
  • Policeman kills guest during burial in Delta
  • I hope my husband is fine? – Wife of slain Ortom’s aide
  • [WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT] Housewife seeks healing for cough, impregnated by pastor who prays for nude women
  • Man chased out of Oba of Benin’s palace for alleged sacrilege
  • Smugglers of imported snakes disappear from custody
  • APC moves to reconcile Kogi gov, Melaye
  • PDP restates efforts to reconcile with OBJ, Atiku, others
  • No zoning of Anambra gov ticket –APC
  • We’re working to bring OBJ, Atiku, Saraki, Kwankwaso back to PDP – Makarfi
  • Reps seek FG’s intervention on alleged killing of five Nigerians in Ghana
  • FG spent N1.3tn on capital projects – Osinbajo
  • Anambra UPP gov aspirant, Offodile resigns
  • Buhari’s recovery will reduce needless conspiracy theories – Atiku
  • Southwest pledges support for Buhari

(www.punchng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • MASSOB says Buhari believes he will easily crush Biafra as reactions trail Buhari’s broadcast
  • FG spent N1.3trn on capital projects in 2016 – Osinbajo
  • Anambra polls: Confront anyone attempting to cause chaos, Obiano tells Anambrarians
  • Senate, Reps have received his letter – Saraki, Dogara
  • But ask me; Biafra or death? No, I don’t believe in that – Charly Boy
  • APC accuses PDP of ‘shallow’ understandin
  • S/Court Rules Controversial Muslim Divorce Law ‘Unconstitutional’
  • 6 Killed, Houses Razed As Delta Communities Clash In Land Tussle
  • Just In: Suspected Ritualist Who Defiled, Mutilated 8-Yr-Old Girl Escapes From Police Custudy
  • Presidential Broadcast And Other Stories By Reuben Abati
  • No Nigerian Died In Ghana Protest – FG
  • Pregnancy I Aborted For Pastor Ended My Marriage, Says Spiritual Help Seeker
  • Bello, Sen. Melaye To Face Reconciliation Committee
  • What Catholic Priest Told Kanu About IPOB, Nigeria In Closed-Door Meeting
  • Guber Poll: Royal Father Advises Anambra People To Embrace Peace
  • NSCDC Shuts 80 Erring Private Guard Companies
  • Saudi Arabia Apologises Over Maltreatment Of Nigerian Pilgrims
  • Restructuring: What Is It? 9:14 AMI Make N8,000 Daily, Says ‘Visually-Impaired’ Beggar
  • Buhari’s Return: Kogi’s Public Holiday, An Aberration – PDP
  • MASSOB Says Buhari Believes He Will Easily Crush Biafra As Reactions Trail Buhari’s Broadcast
  • Nig vs Cam: Cameroon striker fires warning shot
  • Nig vs Cam: Cameroon ‘ll fight to the finish – Eguavoen
  • Zenith Bank hails D’Tigress
  • 2017 Afrobasket: Akhator urges D’Tigress to remain focused
  • Bello, Sen. Melaye to face reconciliation committee
  • Restructuring: What is it?
  • Buhari’s return: Kogi’s public holiday, an aberration – PDP
  • Alleged marginalization: Non-indigenes threaten boycott

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Crude Oil Prices Drop By Nearly 2%
  • UBEC: Southern States Refuse to Access over N71bn Matching Grant
  • Buhari Supporters Ground Enugu to Celebrate President’s Return
  • Total Acquires Maersk Oil for $7.45bn in Share, Debt Transaction
  • NJC Appeals Judgment Restraining Investigation of Justice Ademola
  • SIP: FG Opts for Accounting Manual to Check Slow Disbursement of Funds
  • Wike: If PDP Can Win Rivers with Stiff Opposition, Anambra is Small Case
  • APGA Crisis: Agbaso’s Faction Elects Guber candidate
  • FAA Reviews Air Safety in Nation’s Aviation Industry
  • IPAC Re-elects Chairman, Other Officers
  • First Nation Now Operates Charter Service
  • Public Holiday for Buhari’s Return is an Aberration, Says Kogi PDP
  • NBS: Banks Sacked 360 Workers Every Week from January to June
  • PDP, APC Trade Blame over Attack in Bayelsa
  • CAN Reacts to Buhari’s Nationwide Broadcast
  • World Bank Projects: Monitoring Team Ranks Edo High on Transparency, Job Creation
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  • Oil Fast Losing Relevance, Says Borroh
  • Buratai: Army will continue to protect Nigeria’s Territorial Integrity
  • HURIWA: Nigeria’s Unity, Still Unfinished Business
  • UNDEDSS: Buhari’s Speech Disconnected from Reality in Nigeria
  • Buhari Works from Home Pending Renovation of Office
  • FG Increases Local Content Fund to $200m
  • Suspected Ritual Killer Escapes from Police Custody
  • FG Gives Wealthy Tax Evaders 90 Days to Declare Assets
  • PDP’s Understanding of Restructuring Nigeria Shallow, Says APC

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Guardian

  • Buhari works from home, writes National Assembly
  • Buhari’s speech, a monumental anti-climax, says PDP
  • ‘Hurdles to Nigeria’s $30bn non-oil target’
  • Local airlines groan under low pricing regime
  • Evelyn Akhator hopeful Nigeria will beat Guinea today
  • Finnish court places main stabbing suspect in custody
  • Top US commander calls for diplomacy in North Korea tensions
  • Woman allegedly kills husband
  • Suspected ritualist who killed eight-year-old girl escapes from custody
  • APC restates commitment to restructuring
  • Milltants threaten showdown over Anambra election
  • Sterling rescues 10-man Man City against Everton
  • Aluko’s latest comments pile renewed pressure on England manager
  • Anthony Joshua willing to take on UFC fighter
  • Martial tips Pogba to win Ballon d’Or
  • Stranded Nigerian wrestlers finally depart for Paris
  • Wikki’s Jonathan excited after scoring against Remo Stars again
  • How avocado seed husk, high dose injections of vitamin C beat cancer
  • NCP, ADC, SDP fault position on restructuring
  • Buhari’s arrival broadcast: Treading old weather -beaten path to unity
  • PDP flays Bello over public holiday
  • Nigeria signs BEPS Convention, CRS MCAA agreement
  • Nigeria positioned for international oil, gas dominance despite challenges
  • CBN lifts forex market with $195m
  • On Nigeria’s dwindling value system
  • Why Lagos stood above Damascus in livability ranking
  • Time to take fight against corruption to power sector
  • Technologically adept senior advocates get recognition
  • Lawyer sues FG over unreleased entrance examination’s result

(www.guardian.ng)   

 

The Nation

  • Court orders remand of four men over armed robbery
  • India key partner for U.S. in modernising Afghanistan – Tillerson
  • Hajj 2017: Saudi authorities assure Nigerian pilgrims of safety
  • Oil prices rise, heading to $53 on signs of tightening market
  • Jigawa completes transportation of intending pilgrims to Saudi Arabia
  • Suspected Barcelona attack plotters appear in court
  • NATO Secretary General welcomes U.S. approach to Afghanistan
  • Perspectives for the price of Oil
  • China defends Pakistan after Trump criticism
  • Hajj: Saudi apologises to Nigeria over maltreatment of two pilgrims
  • APC inaugurates seven-member reconciliation committee for Kogi
  • Raji was compassionate, loyal – Aregbesola
  • No Nigerian died in Ghana protest – FG
  • Remove my nude pictures or face the wrath-Tiger Woods
  • England’s Manager taunted me with Ebola – Eni Aluko
  • Remove my nude pictures or face the wrath-Tiger Woods
  • England’s Manager taunted me with Ebola – Eni Aluko
  • Udi: Coaches must be selected on merit
  • Nwakali returns to Nigeria to see sick mum
  • Bosso suspends, fines Yahuza Bala, Okonkwo, Haliru
  • CHAN Eagles to call up Okpotu for WAFU Cup
  • 3SC’s NPFL stay bright-Amoo
  • Buhari to work from home
  • Ex-Georgian PM: PPP, tax reform hold key to economic reform
  • ‘Are you with us now?’
  • SANs: he has not broken any law
  • Southwest failed to access intervention funds in 2016, says UBEC
  • Kudos for Buhari’s speech
  • Ezekwesili, Eastern Assembly, HURIWA knock Buhari’s broadcast

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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