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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, December 5, 2017

The Nation

  • Lorry drivers want FG to repair bad roads
  • Photo: Chibok boy’s aunt shed tears of joy
  • Africa’s Ramaphosa gets most nominations ahead of ANC vote
  • KEDCO pledges improved services in Jigawa, Kano, Katsina
  • SARS personnel to undergo new training programme – Force PRO
  • Swiss govt to return $321m in stolen funds to Nigeria
  • South-East/South-South Pre-Season: Abia Warriors through to semis
  • ECOWAS urges member states to strengthen efforts to secure migrant routes
  • Police allay fear of terror attacks in FCT, others
  • SARS personnel to undergo new training programme – Force PRO
  • Southsouth governors insist on Secondus for PDP chair
  • Boko Haram victim after Dubai surgery: I want to be a policeman
  • Fuel queues resurface
  • Abductors demand N80m to free Sen. Arise
  • Court orders ex-Governor Nnamani’s arrest
  • Your kidney is your life
  • WHO: how to reduce substandard products in developing countries
  • Lagos, NGO warn against female genital mutilation
  • Daniel warns against disunity
  • PDP’s week of anxiety
  • Atiku’s return will add value to rebuilding party – PDP
  • The beauty industry has great potentials, says Thelma Okoro
  • Sadiq Daba off to UK for treatment
  • Wizkid, Olamide join #EndSARSBrutality
  • World AIDS Day: Let’s fight the scourge
  • A better Nigeria without oil and gas
  • How eating too much vegetables can turn your poop colour green
  • How sustainable is the reintroduction of history in secondary schools?

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Punch

  • G-Worldwide drags Kiss Daniel to court
  • Sierra Leone opposition ‘satisfied’ with police chief sacking
  • Tanzanian journalist missing after murder reports
  • Nissan to begin field tests for robo-taxis in Japan
  • Iwobi, Ndidi, Iheanacho make 100 most valuable U21 players in Europe
  • Abacha loot: Nigeria set to receive $321m from Switzerland, says AGF
  • Nigeria’s balance sheet remains exposed to further shocks – Moody’s
  • I’ll unite rival PDP factions –George
  • Terror alert: FG vows to protect citizens, foreigners
  • Gunmen kidnap Senator Arise, demand N80m ransom
  • I almost got killed hawking bananas to survive –Lecturer
  • Okorocha swears in sister as Happiness commissioner
  • Nigeria’s huge waste in dams lying fallow
  • Separatist candidates in jail, exile as Catalan election campaign kicks off
  • Couple, baker drag gay wedding case suit to Supreme Court
  • Gunmen kidnap Senator Arise, demand N80m ransom
  • Drunken policeman kills father of one in Kogi
  • Two arraigned for visa fraud in Lagos
  • #EndSARS: IG re-organises SARS, to probe personnel’s conduct
  • Kidney failure patient: NGO withdrew cash from patient’s account, says ex-spokesperson
  • Shooting of Lagos youth not reported to police – Command
  • Two die in Port Harcourt kerosene explosion
  • ISIS burns alive Syrian Air Force pilot captured 18 months ago
  • 10-year-old girl hangs self after fight with bully was posted online
  • I’ll unite rival PDP factions –George
  • PDP S’West crisis: A’court stops orders recognising Kashamu’s group
  • We’ll return $321m Abacha’s loot for benefit of Nigerians – Switzerland
  • PDP state chapters shall enjoy independence, says Secondus
  • National Chairmanship: Lagos PDP endorses Bode George
  • PDP will become solid after convention –Jonathan
  • PDP should focus on recapturing Presidency —Dickson
  • Save PDP, give national chair to S’West, says Kashamu
  • PDP chair: South West consensus candidate not possible, says George
  • US barred Buhari for 15 years over sharia — Atiku

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • Fuel scarcity throws Nigerians into panic
  • Sultan blames killings on failure of government
  • FG to begin implementation of 2017 revised import, export guidelines next month
  • Supreme Court allows Trump travel ban to take effect pending appeal
  • NFF wants friendly games with Serbia, Denmark
  • Hospitals fill as Rohingya refugees shiver through winter
  • Philippines halts sale of Sanofi’s dengue vaccine
  • IG orders reorganisation, probe of SARS nationwide
  • Cocoa farmers accuse FG of procuring substandard inputs
  • Ugwuanyi swears in 17 new council chairmen
  • Gunmen kill man during mother’s burial in Edo
  • Nigeria’s Ndidi is most expensive African U21 player, 11th in the world
  • Success at CAF’s awards good psychologically for Eagles’ campaign in Russia, says Esin
  • Simona Halep’s long climb to WTA’s top position
  • Former Super Eagles’ assistant coach may join Iceland’s coaching crew
  • Croatia FA boss, Suker, coach Zlatko plot Nigeria’s fall in Russia
  • Pinnick sees belief, mental strength as key to Eagles’ success in Russia
  • Top investment opportunities in Nigeria
  • Reps seek ‘surgical operation’ on 2018 budget estimate
  • Lafarge Africa assures’ investors of enhanced growth, profitability
  • How poverty compounds poor medical treatment
  • Why Obiano won
  • Issues and challenges of restructuring Nigeria
  • Secondus, Adeniran may take the day at PDP convention
  • PDP rules out special concession for Atiku, others
  • Nigeria has no alternative to Buhari at 2019 polls, says Ortom
  • Prepping Your Skin For The Harmattan
  • Singer Neil Young To Auction Model Train Collection
  • Ask Dr Maymunah: How To Deal With Depression
  • NGO regulation bill and tragedy of the National Assembly
  • Stakeholders urge modern arbitration law in Nigeria
  • Declassifying petty offences and engendering justice for all
  • NURTW bans selling of alcohol in Lagos motor parks ahead of Yuletide
  • Moroccan Filmmaker Khadija Alami seeks collaboration with Nollywood
  • Fish meals protects against sight loss

(www.guardian.ng)       

 

The Sun

  • Swiss govt. to return $321m Abacha loot
  • Nigerians buy, sell Nigerians in Libya –Envoy
  • LASU removes LASUCOM provost
  • South South sustained PDP during crisis –Wike
  • Kerosene explosion kills 2 in Rivers
  • PDP: No concession for Atiku –Makarfi
  • I almost fled Nigeria in 2016 –Buhari
  • No govt money traced to former FCT minister’s account —EFCC witness
  • Farmers/Fulani clash: Northern rulers, South East chiefs blame FG
  • Mixed reactions trail Atiku’s return to PDP
  • Saraki picks hole in Kwara Polytechnic’s tuition fees hike
  • Don canvasses autonomy for tax collectors
  • KEDCO pledges improved services in Jigawa, Kano, Katsina
  • SARS personnel to undergo new training programme – Force PRO
  • Oil holds losses below $58
  • New FUBK VC assumes duty
  • Association appeals to FG to repair bad roads
  • Jerusalem status a red line for Muslims – Erdogan
  • US Supreme Court okays Trump’s latest travel ban
  • Philippine police return to deadly drug war – Spokesman
  • 2019: North-East and Atiku’s renewed quest for presidency
  • Nigerians buy, sell Nigerians in Libya –Envoy
  • Billionaires make money in Nigeria, evade tax but pay abroad –Adeosun, finance minister
  • Consolidation: Nigerian banks top Africa’s financial hub –Expert
  • Crypto currency? Nigeria in catchup game
  • UCL: Man United lays ambush for CSKA
  • Pinnick: Eagles ’ll soar in Russia
  • Messi statue vandalized again in Argentina

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • We won’t roll with Atiku in the mud – Presidency
  • Mainagate: How officials defrauded Nigeria of N42bn —AGF
  • PDP chairmanship: Makarfi denies concession for Atiku
  • FG abandoned Ekwueme in London hospital —CD
  • Court orders arrest of former Enugu Governor, Nnamani
  • I want Jonathan to testify despite threats to my life, Metuh tells court
  • Teacher killed for flogging student in Anambra
  • Fayose’s Xmas Clothes: Muslim Youths Kick, Say Gesture One-Sided
  • EXCLUSIVE: Kiss Daniel’s FLYBOI INC Is Illegal – G-Worldwide Entertainment
  • Nigeria’s Messiah From Adamawa?
  • Libya: “No Brother In The Jungle”
  • Farmers Commend Benue Govt, State Assembly For Enacting Grazing Law
  • Power Blackout Hits Calabar, Residents, Business Owners Grumble
  • Physically-Challenged Group Seek Gani Adams’ Intervention To Get Own Ministry
  • Social Media Friend Blackmails Varsity Girl With Sex Video, Nudes
  • We’re Neither Recruiting Nor Commissioning – Army
  • Military Appoints Maj-Gen Rogers Nicholas New Theatre Commander For Operation Lafiya Dole
  • Unilorin Laments Non-Inclusion In FG’s Payment Of Lecturers’ Allowance
  • 10,000 Google Staff Set To Police YouTube Content
  • FA Cup Hots Up With Liverpool-Everton Derby Draw
  • Patience Jonathan Re-Files Application To Vacate No Debit Order
  • Introduce Subsidy In Housing, Tax Unoccupied Property, FG Told
  • 2019: Arewa Youths Tackle Unongo Over Presidential Candidate
  • Senator Ayo Arise Kidnapped; Abductors Demand N80m Ransom
  • FA Cup hots up with Liverpool-Everton derby draw
  • Russia 2018 World Cup: Good football not names will decide Group D’s fate — Moses
  • Rohr stays back in Russia!
  • Neymar happy to avoid Eagles
  • FG’s hostile measures escalate tension in N’Delta — A’Ibom stakeholders
  • So sad, quadruplet, mother died four days apart, Toyin Saraki laments
  • Monkey Pox Vaccination Rumour: UNICEF, NOA engage Abia communities on need for immunization, vaccination
  • Work begins on dilapidated Port Harcourt Road in Aba

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Chibok Boy, Ali Ahmadu, Returns to Nigeria After Successful Surgery in…
  • Stanbic IBTC Retains AAA National Fitch Ratings
  • Court Orders Arrest of Severely Sick Nnamani
  • Senator Ayo Arise Kidnapped, Abductors Demand N80m
  • Buhari Returns to Abuja after Attending Counter-terrorism Summit in Jordan
  • To Stem Growing Fuel Queues, Kachikwu Orders Release of Products in Storage
  • Dangote Crashes Cement Price Online, Partners Jumia
  • BUA Writes Buhari, Accuses Dangote, Mines Ministry of Sabotage
  • UNAIDS: Nigeria Has Second Largest HIV Epidemic Worldwide
  • Herdsmen Kill Two Village Heads in Adamawa
  • Moody’s: Nigeria’s Credit Profile Constrained by Vulnerability to Shocks, Elevated Deficits
  • Court Orders Orjiako’s Arrest
  • Police Move to Reorganise SARS
  • Nigeria Seals Deal with Switzerland to Return $321m Abacha Loot
  • Tinubu Wades into Lagos APC Crisis, Insists on Party Supremacy
  • Women Crucial to ECOWAS Development, Says Stella Oduah
  • Okorocha Swears in 28 Commissioners, Appoints Sister Commissioner for Happiness
  • Abia Journalist Cries out as Cattle Destroy Cassava Farm
  • Insecurity is Eroding Your Legacy: Huriwa Tells Buhari:
  • Ugwuanyi Inaugurates New Council Chairmen, Deputies
  • Ayade Providing Cross River Dynamic Leadership – Dekposi
  • I Will Never Call on Fulani to Pick up Arms Against Anybody, Says Sultan…
  • Biu Market Attack: Shettima Orders Recruitment of 500 Youths as Vigilantes
  • Plateau PDP Endorses Secundus for Chairmanship Post
  • Amosun: Ogun Loses N5b Monthly Toll Revenue
  • Wike Releases 16 SUVs to Rivers National Assembly Members
  • Police Arrest Three Over Slain Cattle Dealers in Yenagoa
  • Alledge N30m Bribe: Court Admit Statement of INEC Officers as Evidence
  • FG: 3,000 Nigerian Migrants Repatriated from Libya
  • Heynckes Takes Bayern Back to Basics for PSG
  • Hearing on Malabu Oil Licence Ownership Case Stalled
  • FG to Compel MDAs to Patronise Made-in-Nigeria Products
  • Kaduna to Tackle Security Challenges Facing Chikun Communities
  • Stanbic IBTC Retains AAA National Fitch Ratings
  • Court Orders Arrest of Severely Sick Nnamani
  • Senator Ayo Arise Kidnapped, Abductors Demand N80m Ransom
  • To Stem Growing Fuel Queues, Kachikwu Orders Release of Products in…
  • Dangote Crashes Cement Price Online, Partners Jumia
  • BUA Writes Buhari, Accuses Dangote, Mines Ministry of Sabotage

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • TRACE deploys 150 personnel for RCCG Congress
  • Oke Ogun’s desire to produce next Oyo gov may be jeopardised
  • SARS personnel to undergo new training programme ―Force PRO
  • Songs of victory, a glorious song to end a tough year ―Adeboye
  • Ogun loses N5bn revenue monthly, says Gov Amosun
  • Protest in Ajaokuta over alleged killing of HND graduate by policeman
  • Man commits suicide over N300,000 debt in Ibadan
  • Access Bank launches new 5yrs strategy, targets number one rating
  • Ugandan gov’t appeals to nurses, midwives to call off planned strike
  • PDP Convention: Makarfi inaugurates convention committee, says PDP didn’t give Atiku any concession
  • Badeh: Only two out of NAF’s seven accounts are genuine ―EFCC witness
  • Cops on yahoo boys payroll kill 1, injured another in Warri
  • Police arrest suspected killers of cattle dealer in Bayelsa
  • We’re not aware of Arise’s abduction ―Police
  • Ogun loses N5bn revenue monthly to unorganised toll ―Amosun
  • IGP orders immediate reorganisation of SARS nationwide
  • Ugandan gov’t appeals to nurses, midwives to call off planned strike
  • Medical profession is not a money-making venture but selfless service to humanity ―Sanusi
  • Malaria, NAFDAC, global donors, Nigerian drugs
  • Importation of maize into Nigeria capable of destabilising the Naira —Adenola
  • FG to raise funds for agriculture, industry at single-digit interest rate
  • NAQS releases more guidelines for yam export
  • Malaria takes up to 25% of health facility’s annual budget —Study
  • 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
  • IPMAN threatens to shut petrol stations
  • Nigeria’ll have diversified economy in ICT by 2020 — Danbatta
  • Africa is the fastest growing mobile phone market —Bello
  • Jumia plans big for Black Friday, to gift mouthwatering prizes
  • We will review NCC’s Year of the Consumer campaign —Danbatta
  • The house I must not enter again —Gegun of Ayetoro-Ile
  • Attackers of sacked Baale of Olode arraigned, granted bail
  • Oyo to empower 717 rice, cassava farmers

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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