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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, August 29, 2017

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The Nation

  • Wife complains: My 43 year old husband only last 20 seconds during sex ever since we got married…
  • Diezani loses N7.6b loot
  • Inflation drops to 16.05, says NBS
  • Southeast/Southsouth governors vote for Nigeria’s unity, greatness
  • Lawmaker, others injured as governor’s, senator’s supporters clash
  • Olubadan to Ajimobi: I’m not a politician
  • Boko Haram: Escapee recounts orderal in Sambisa forest
  • Fed Govt, U.S. congressmen discuss security, humanitarian issues
  • FG to establish commodities’ certification centres – Ogbeh
  • Only newbreed, focused politician can unseat Osun APC – Guber Aspirant
  • D’Tigress Triumph: Basketball fan names baby after Evelyn Akhator
  • Renewed Boko Haram Attacks is caused by Economic Sabotage – Group
  • Suspected gunmen kidnap four in Ondo
  • S/South: PTAD pays N835.45m arrears to 1,690 pensioners
  • N/Assembly, US Congress men parley on security crisis in North East
  • Hate speech: FG will not stifle the Press – Minister
  • Army ‎officer echoes call to save Nigerian languages from extinction
  • Liverpool agree club record deal for Keita
  • Anambra election: Obaze clinches PDP ticket
  • NDIC trains Ghanaians on Deposit Insurance System
  • Plateau gets 1.5m dollars for Save One Million Lives programme
  • Project funding: EU urges other states to emulate Obaseki
  • mBenue: Herdsmen, others endorse November deadline for anti-gazing law
  • Nigeria to save N3trn from local content usage – Onu
  • Anambra 2017: Obaze thanks PDP faithful
  • FG, U.S. partnering on loot repatriation, says Osinbajo
  • D’Tigress Triumph: Basketball fan names baby after Evelyn Akhator
  • Liverpool agree club record deal for Keita
  • Buhari congratulates D’Tigress on African Basketball victory
  • Dalung to receive D’Tigress as team await visit to Buhari
  • Dembele Pens €105m Five-year Barcelona Deal
  • Victorious D’Tigress to arrive Lagos today
  • Elite School boss wants partnership on grassroots football development

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Vanguard

  • Ogoni Celebrate 5 Years Of Self-Governance
  • TUC Describes Selective Minimum Wage Implementation As Retrogressive
  • Presco: Land Disputes Rock Edo, Delta States
  • NULGE Grounds Lokoja Over LG Autonomy
  • Naira Devaluation, A Risk To Nigeria’s External Debt —PwC
  • One Dies, As Gunmen Abduct 4 In Ondo
  • US Lawmakers Meet Osinbajo, Saraki, Dogara Over North-East Crisis
  • CORONATION OF 21 NEW KINGS: Olubadan Tests Popularity Through Road-Show
  • Shocking! Man Discovers Strange Herb That Quickly Eradicates Any Form Of Eye Problem Including Catarats, Glacuma, Shortsightedness In Less Than 4 Weeks!
  • S-South, S-East Govs Call For Location Of Oil, Gas Investments In The Regions
  • I Planned My Kidnap To Raise Funds For My Parents’ Funeral—Pastor’s Wife
  • Osinbajo: Buhari Working With US To Recover Looted Funds
  • Uvwie Women Protest ‘Illegal’ Acquisition Of Land By Army
  • Managing The Budget Cycle For Greater Efficiency
  • Mikel, Akpeyi, Ezenwa, Ighalo Hit Uyo From Abuja
  • The Yoruba And The Quest For True Federalism In Nigeria
  • Mikel, Akpeyi, Ezenwa, Ighalo hit Uyo from Abuja
  • Battle of Uyo: Eagles optimistic of victory, says Yusuf
  • Moses confirms availability for Uyo battle against Cameroon
  • We’ll sort out goalkeeper problem — Rohr
  • Students admitted without post-UTME did not meet Unilorin standard — Mgt
  • Customs officers dismissed over 661 rifles imported into Nigeria
  • Naira stable as CBN injects $250m
  • Eid-il-Kabir: FG declares Friday, Monday holidays
  • Food prices hit 8-yr high, as Buhari tasks economic team
  • Court orders final forfeiture of N7.6bn recovered from Diezani

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • Liverpool agree record deal to sign Keita
  • Five things future consumers of technology may enjoy
  • Suicide bomber kills four near US embassy in Kabul
  • Finland releases two suspects in knife attack probe
  • Man marries lady 10 years after she stopped him from committing suicide
  • Things to know about your bank
  • Gunmen kill one, abduct four travellers in Ondo
  • Farmer steals colleague’s crop, kills him for protesting
  • Arisekola’s Lagos house among buildings to be demolished
  • Things your landlord wants you to know
  • We’ll extradite Diezani, EFCC assures protesters
  • FG, ASUU meet today to resolve strike
  • Truth about US report on Boko Haram
  • Man uses human parts to prepare pepper soup
  • Nothing to show for FG’s 2016 capital project spending –Reps
  • Man pardoned for life imprisonment arrested for theft
  • Police probe killing of 10-year-old in Imo
  • EFCC arrests bizman for defrauding Taiwanese of $1.2m
  • Empty oxygen tank: LASG rejects general hospital’s report on child’s death
  • Woman fakes own kidnap, demands N3m ransom from church members
  • Six children rescued from alleged human trafficker
  • ‘PDP, APC leaders’ meeting with Buhari laudable’
  • Oseloka Obaze wins Anambra PDP governorship ticket
  • Assassination claim: I don’t have killer squad, Kashamu tells police
  • Buhari sad over neglect of cocoa sector
  • APC seeks legal advice on cars held by ex-Speaker
  • Anambra poll: PDP gov primary holds today
  • Lagos assembly bye-election
  • S’South, S’East governors meet in Rivers

(www.punchng.com)

 

ThisDay

  • ASUU, FG to Meet Again Today
  • EU Intervenes in Visa Difficulties Faced by 2017 Erasmus Scholars from Nigeria
  • Amaechi: Transportation If Fully Utilised Can Pull Nigeria Out of Recession
  • UNILORIN Appoints New VC
  • Lagos Begins Demolition of 57 Distressed Buildings
  • 16 States Now Participating in FG’s Conditional Cash Transfer Programme
  • Extortion: Nigeria Immigration Bans Cash Payments at Passport Offices
  • Dickson Resumes Work after Vacation
  • Ortom Calls for FG’s Intervention after Benue Floods
  • Buhari Bemoans Neglect of Cocoa Production
  • Saudi Arabia Says 1.497 Million Pilgrims Arrive For Hajj
  • Project Funding: European Union urges other States to Emulate Obaseki
  • Vice President Osinbajo to Commission Edo Fertilizer Plant managed by WACOT
  • Pentagon Notifies US Congress of Sale of 12 Fighter Aircraft, Other…
  • EFCC: Alison-Madueke’s Extradition Must Follow Due Process
  • In Chaotic Primary, Obaze Emerges PDP Candidate for Anambra Guber Poll
  • W’Bank: Nigeria, Others Require $150bn to Achieve Clean Water
  • Report: Nigeria’s Fiscal Terms among Five Most Unfavourable Regimes
  • President Says He’s Pleased With State of Economy, Inflation Dips to…
  • Buhari Weighs Options as Cabinet Reshuffle Tops Agenda
  • 16 States Now Participating in FG’s Conditional Cash Transfer Programme
  • Saudi Arabia Says 1.497 Million Pilgrims Arrive For Hajj
  • Sokoto Partners Firm to Establish Textile Factory
  • It is Illegal for Chief Judges to Pardon Criminals, Says SAN

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

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