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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Punch

  • Late Ado Bayero’s mistress laments abandonment, begs for help
  • Israel intercepts rocket launched from Gaza, responds with tanks
  • Mugabe flies to Singapore for medical checks
  • Gomez urges Liverpool team-mates to make West Brom suffer
  • Car bomb kills Somali journalist in front of children
  • Why the world disrespects Africa – Walter Carrington
  • Giroud gives Wenger selection poser for West Ham clash
  • Hackers hit US, Russian banks in ATM robbery scam
  • Mata rallies Man United in wake of Mourinho defeatism
  • Salah beats Moses to BBC award
  • Rejuvenated Real Madrid eye fifth prize of 2017
  • Ronaldo faces Neymar as Real draw PSG
  • Man sells daughter, neighbour’s child to raise funds for burial
  • Oil price rises above $65 per barrel
  • Mata rallies Man United in wake of Mourinho defeatism
  • India bans condom advertisements on TV
  • ‘No Man’s Land’: Oladele’s Libya tale
  • Badoo: Four arrested for allegedly killing woman, son, pastor
  • Catholic priest regains freedom after payment of N350,000
  • Man dies in SARS custody, family demands justice
  • One killed, two injured in Edo auto crash
  • I’m childless because I aborted several pregnancies while dating –Wife
  • ICYMI: Lagos Baale crushes wife to death with Jeep
  • 63-year-old doctor faces trial for having sex with mentally-ill patients
  • Amaechi celebrates S’Court victory anniversary
  • APC mustn’t behave like PDP, Tinubu replies Okorocha
  • Okorocha laments Atiku’s exit, faults Tinubu on Buhari’s ticket
  • Our achievement will make it impossible for PDP to win Osun – Aregbesola
  • Why FG hasn’t prosecuted some treasury looters – Osinbajo
  • FG to release additional N750bn for capital projects
  • Baru visits Aso Rock as fuel queues persist
  • Nigerian boy, Timothy Adeoye, eight others declared missing in London
  • Canadians don’t like abortion – Foluke Daramola-Salako

(www.punchng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Power: FG, OPS, others in talk to evacuate stranded 2,000MW
  • 90% of gas cylinders in Nigeria are expired – FG
  • Your judgment on prosecution of serving judges will not stand, EFCC dares Appeal Court
  • APC running broken government — Secondus
  • Labour tasks FG on 5-yr pension review
  • DMO redeems N198 billion Treasury bills
  • Nigeria’s high population, a budding liability – Obasanjo
  • New kings serve deposition notice on Olubadan
  • Presidency Begins Consultations To End Farmers – Herdsmen Conflicts
  • Nestlé Nigeria Partners Firm To Boost Youth Entrepreneurship
  • FG To Generate 3,000MW Through Mini-Grids
  • Addax/NNPC To Invest $3.5bn In Onshore, Offshore Operations
  • ROYAL BATTLE: Urhobo Monarchs In War Of Words Over ControversialArmy Land
  • Anambra Youths Protest Alleged Move To Scrap SARS
  • ‘People Still Betraying Troops To Boko Haram’
  • PDP Ready To Save Nigeria From Anarchy—Ihedioha
  • PDP In Charm Offensive Towards South West
  • Buhari’s Ministers Are Unhappy, Says Kukah
  • Ebonyi Orders Contractor Handling N1.2bn Water Project To Return To Site
  • HEART FAILURE – The Leading Cause Of Death In New Mothers From Northern Nigeria?
  • NGO BILL: Reps C’ttee Seeks Presentations From Stakeholders
  • 3 Foods You Must Avoid, If You Want To Have Stronger Erection & Last Upto 38 Minutes During Sex
  • Military Alleges Campaign Of Calumny
  • Amaechi Urges Rivers Youths To Shun Violence
  • Moses set for 200th EPL cap against Huddersfield
  • Iwobi’s Arsenal face Ostersunds in Europa League
  • Breaking: Salah named BBC African player of the year
  • Spalletti embarrassed by Mourinho comparisons
  • Libyan slave trade: FG identifies 2778 Nigerian migrants
  • A week of tragedies, drama in Imo We have been dehumanized, trumatized—Abia Pensioners
  • Deportation: My wife, 3 children stranded in India – Ebonyi indigene cries out

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

The Nation

  • Mugabe flies to Singapore for medical checks
  • Oyegun urges PDP to become responsible opposition party
  • Maikaba satisfied with MFM draw amid tight schedule
  • MARATHON: Why elite runners are always in front cells-Alli
  • Oil price jumps above $65
  • Nigeria urges peaceful resolution of Israel-Palestinian conflict
  • Block magnate crush wife to death with Jeep
  • Several abortions while dating cause of my childlessness – Wife
  • SARS protests rock cities
  • Maikaba satisfied with MFM draw amid tight schedule
  • MARATHON: Why elite runners are always in front cells-Alli
  • Salah Joins Okocha, Drogba, as BBC Africa Best Player
  • Ahmedu in US for refresher course
  • Maradona unveils personal 12ft statue
  • FIBA Central body meets , mum over NBBF crisis
  • Actuaries Golf Open: Odoh leads Nigeria contingent
  • Days of impunity gone, says EFCC chief Magu
  • Tinubu: I didn’t underrate governors
  • Ambode proposes N1.046tr budget
  • Budget 2018: Financiers to execute rail projects
  • PDP pacifies angry Southwest leaders
  • Olubadan gets 21-day deadline
  • IBB varsity raises fees for non-indigenes-VC
  • Student scalds colleague with hot water, pepper
  • Why Nigeria must leverage on ICT to improve research, by expert
  • ‘Antiretroviral treatment inaccessible for HIV patients’
  • How mathematics can solve life-threatening ailments, by don
  • IBB varsity loses Deputy VC
  • Time to look in the mirror
  • Health professionals, workers protest against ministry’s leadership
  • Society seeks review of occupational, environmental health laws
  • ‘Patronise govt health care facilities’

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Guardian

  • EFCC lacks power to try sitting judges, says Appeal Court
  • Protesters lock horns over #EndSARS nationwide
  • My mission is to win 2019 AFCON, says Rohr
  • FIRS may auction over 2000 seized properties to recover tax liabilities
  • Lawyers hail sanction against judicial officers
  • Pistorius injured in prison brawl over phone
  • New ‘supernote’ found in South Korea could be from North
  • Lawyer sues IGP over alleged invasion of property
  • Airtel announces love charity initiative
  • 27 countries storm Calabar for second Miss Africa Beauty Pageant
  • Isoko leader urges warring communities to embrace peace
  • Bayern’s Heynckes cautious of Besiktas danger
  • Conte encourages Chelsea over CL draw with Barca
  • Ostersunds’ coach Potter relishes duel with Arsenal
  • Totti advises Roma to focus on Serie A as it meets Shakhtar
  • We can make it against Real Madrid, Emery confident
  • Bayern to sue German paper over Leno’s transfer rumours
  • Global stocks mixed as bitcoin surges
  • Oyo moves to generate 2000MW through IPP
  • ‘Managing reputational risk, compliance and governance’
  • Sanctions for bank directors with bad loans
  • Court awards N2.7 billion against Dangote over breach of contract
  • The new PDP leadership
  • The Atiku phenomenon
  • As Nigeria seeks the best in trade
  • The North cannot ignore agitations for fiscal federalism, resource control, says Masari
  • Why revolutionaries should not be president
  • How Secondus emerged as PDP’s national chairman
  • Federal Government awaits judgment to reclaim allegedly stolen land
  • Group rejects immunity for legislators
  • Should the IGP #EndSARS?
  • VC laments low enrolment of northerners in tertiary institutions
  • How painkillers, kidney disease increase obesity, diabetes risk

(www.guardian.ng)       

 

ThisDay

  • Makarfi Explains S’West’s Drubbing in Chairmanship Race
  • 2019 Ticket: APC Should Not Mimic PDP, Tinubu Replies Okorocha
  • 2017 Budget: FG to Release Another N750bn Capital Vote
  • Timaya Bags Grammy Nomination
  • UN Allocates $13.4m to Support Humanitarian Assistance in N’East
  • Carrington: Why Nigeria Not Part of G-20 Nations
  • Dogara: Laments Parliament’s Inability to Unseat President, Vice
  • Oando Appeals SEC Suspension
  • NB Appoints New MD, Announces Changes in Management Team
  • Transport Ministry Records 16% Implementation in 2017 Budget
  • Ambode Proposes N1.04tn Budget for 2018 Fiscal Year
  • IMN Plans Peaceful Commemoration of 2015 Zaria Massacre
  • Nigeria Facing Adverse Effects of Corruption, Says EFCC
  • Fashola: Additional 1,129MW to be Added to Grid in 2018
  • CSOs Give FG, Police 21 Days Ultimatum to Disband SARS
  • DMO Redeems N198bn Treasury Bills in December
  • FirstBank Markurdi Shut as Court Executes Judgement
  • G7, Gulf of Guinea Nations Join Forces against Maritime Crimes
  • Six Soldiers Killed in Boko Haram Ambushes
  • Rivers APC Declares Support for SARS
  • Balarabe Musa: APC Has Nothing to Offer Nigerians
  • Boko Haram Threat: Luxury Bus Owners Advise Operators to Be Security Conscious
  • Amaechi Celebrates 10th Anniversary of S’Court Judgment Declaring Him Governor
  • 2019: APC in South Africa Upbeat on Victory
  • Ihedioha Congratulates Secondus, Urges New Exco to Begin Work Immediately
  • Court Adjourns Suit over Ojukwu’s Property to March
  • Saraki Advocates Central Coordination for FG’s Job Creation Programmes
  • Sifax Truck Driving against Traffic Crushes Dockworker to Death in Lagos
  • Election of Uche Secondus is New Dawn, Says Niger PDP
  • Libya Slavery Signals Impending Revolution in Nigeria, Olanipekun Warns
  • FG Saves N250bn from Detection of Ghost Workers on Payroll
  • No Mercy for Economic Saboteurs, Comptroller Warns Smugglers
  • UPP Asks APC, FG to Shun Propaganda Tactics
  • State Speakers Raise Hope on Passage of ‘Not Too Young to Run’ Bill
  • 2019 Ticket: APC Should Not Mimic PDP, Tinubu Replies Okorocha
  • 2017 Budget: FG to Release Another N750bn Capital Vote
  • Timaya Bags Grammy Nomination
  • UN Allocates $13.4m to Support Humanitarian Assistance in N’East
  • Carrington: Why Nigeria Not Part of G-20 Nations
  • Dogara: Laments Parliament’s Inability to Unseat President, Vice

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • #EndSARS: Civil societies in Delta call for restructuring of police
  • Fuel scarcity hits Osun
  • Why Nigeria lost IMO council election ―NIMASA DG
  • Court asks IGP to defend action in land tussle matter
  • Groaning, as Lagos begins demolition of buildings for Agege flyover
  • NYSC partners CBN, BOI, others on youth entrepreneurship
  • ‘EFCC recovers N2bn in Rivers in 2017’
  • Amsale Gualu to captain first international all women operated flight to Nigeria
  • Power generation peaks at 5,155MWs for first time in 23 months
  • I’m most suitable to succeed Ajimobi ―Deputy Gov
  • PDP supporters troop out to welcome Secondus in Port Harcourt
  • #EndSARS rally: Group storms Ibadan, demands total reformation of unit
  • Dickson warns against rejection of corps members in Bayelsa
  • Atiku’s company, Intels moves to stop deportation of 102 expatriate staff
  • 2018: It’ll be a herculean task for PDP to take over Osun ―Aregbesola
  • 2017 budget: Adeosun releases another N750bn capital expenditure
  • Owu Convention: Obasanjo promises to support youth development initiatives
  • PDP: Secondus takes over, to focus on party’s return to power in 2019
  • FG’s support for creative industry yielding results ―Lai Mohammed
  • #EndSARS rally: Awosanya, Adeyanju, Adebayo, others call for outright scrapping
  • Extortion: Lagos Task Force pockets N14m monthly from port users
  • Access Bank launches new 5yrs strategy, targets number one rating
  • Stanbic IBTC finances N6bn Kellog’s plant in Nigeria
  • NUPENG warns govs against diversion of Paris Club refund
  • As FG, stakeholders meet to end importation of basic food products
  • Farmers lament government’s insensitivity to agricultural development
  • Importation of maize into Nigeria capable of destabilising the Naira —Adenola
  • FG to raise funds for agriculture, industry at single-digit interest rate
  • ITUC-Africa, OTUWA meet on ECOWAS free trade and migration
  • FG constitutes tripartite committee to review Occupational Safety and Health Policy
  • NLC urges FG to fix fuel scarcity
  • Dexa Medica distributes immune booster drug to Ikorodu residents
  • Ondo remains the best in maternal health service ―World Bank.
  • GAVI announces $85m funding to fight typhoid fever
  • Gambling similar to substance abuse in adolescents –Exper
  • US Ambassador to Nigeria, Symington, launches YALI transparency campaign in Lagos
  • Liberia’s Supreme Court says presidential runoff vote should go ahead
  • Nigeria’s anti-Boko Haram Gen Attahiru Ibrahim sacked
  • Outrage as Trump recognises Jerusalem as Israel’s capital •It’s a kiss of death —Palestinians

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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