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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, February 13, 2018

The Sun

  • Abia APC congratulates Kalu on degree restoration
  • Reps divided over call to sack IGP
  • Herdsmen overrun Plateau varsity
  • Governors back state police
  • Buhari, Obasanjo, Kalu, APC mourn Shagaya
  • NHIS: Workers divided over reinstatement of Yusuf
  • Insecurity: Step up your efforts, Buhari orders DSS, police, others
  • Nigeria loses N24bn monthly to imported energy, says FG
  • Liberia’s ex-leader Sirleaf wins Mo Ibrahim Prize for African Leadership
  • 2019: I’ll support Uche Nwosu to succeed me –Okorocha
  • Don’t consider Oshiomhole for board appointment, Edo APC youths beg Buhari
  • 136 Nigerians evacuated from Libya arrive Port Harcourt
  • Fayose writes Buhari over renaming of Oye-Ekiti varsity
  • Zuma must go, ANC decides
  • Over 5,000 child soldiers released in 2017, says UN
  • Oxfam’s deputy CEO resigns over charity’s prostitution scandal
  • Killings: Hold APC liable –Secondus
  • Senate, unending subsidy probe
  • 2019: I’ll support Uche Nwosu to succeed me –Okorocha
  • PAL Pensions urges Nigerians to save for retirement
  • MAN raises alarm over threat to N420bn spirit, wine industry
  • Foreign portfolio investment hits N1.208trn
  • WAFU Cup: Super Falcons land in Abidjan
  • NPFL week 8 review: Rangers stop El-Kanemi on Imama’s return, Pillars hold Sunshine

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Beheaded farmer: We’ll deal with herdsmen our way – Agbekoya
  • Killings: Missing policeman found dead; eyes, ears, nose missing, 3 officers killed in Ebonyi
  • 2019: Go home and rest, after failing Nigerians woefully, Junaid tells Buhari
  • Pro, anti-Yusuf protesters take over NHIS office
  • Gas supply, others deny Nigeria’s power sector N40.55bn revenue in one month
  • Benue killings: Nigerian Army starts Operation Cat Race in North Central
  • Herdsmen ambush, open fire on NSCDC officers; kill two in Benue
  • CAN demands compensation for victims of Benue
  • We’ll implement security solutions that ‘ll stand test of time – Buhari
  • Senator Shehu Sani’s constituents vow to recall him
  • Breaking: ANC Delivers Sack Letter To Jacob Zuma
  • Unproven Settlement: Physically-Challenged Attack Leaders In A’Ibom
  • Valentine’s Day: Las Vegas Sets Up Quickie Marriage Centre At Airport
  • Termites Invade C’River School, Damage Building, Community Cries Out To Gov Ayade
  • COSON Vs AGF, MCSN: Court Delivers Judgment Today
  • 2018 Budget: Lawmakers Have No Face-Off With Obiano
  • Haruna Yahaya, Kidnapper Of Chibok Schoolgirls Jailed For 15 Years
  • Corruption, Not Restructuring, Is Our Problem – Ezeife
  • Indigenous Marine Pilots Decry Collapse Of Escravos Breakwater
  • Reps Query Labour Min Perm Sec Over Alleged N45.7m Cash Advance
  • Patience Jonathan Begs EFCC: Let’s Settle
  • Man Butchers Wife In A-Ibom
  • Oil To Hit $80 Within Six Months — Goldman Sachs
  • Hubmart Excites Shoppers With Lekki Outlet
  • Killings: Missing Policeman Found Dead; Eyes, Ears, Nose Missing, 3 Officers Killed In Ebonyi
  • My dad’s name rarely opens all doors for me – DJ CUPPY
  • Zebrudayah takes on Slay Queens in Professor Johnbull
  • BBNaija `Double Wahala’: Khloe wins Head of House task for week 3
  • My father’s lifestyle affected my childhood —Felix Liberty’s daughter
  • I gave him a wonderful massage after candlelight dinner – Ogechi Peters

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Guardian

  • Chibok girls’ kidnapper jailed for 15 years
  • Knocks for FG, police as Benue leaders, panel meet on killings
  • Health sector dips as more Nigerian doctors move abroad
  • Nigerian Skeleton team begins training, to compete February 16
  • Nigeria earned N1.2b from oil in fourth quarter of 2017
  • Army rescue 46 captives, destroy fortified Boko Haram camp in Sambisa
  • 136 Nigerians evacuated from Libya arrive Port Harcourt
  • DPRK pledges to partner with Nigeria to boost peace, security
  • ANC to remove Zuma as South Africa’s head of state
  • Video of two-year-old child raped in Chrisland School played in court
  • Lagos extends Oshodi-Airport road reconstruction to Ladipo Market
  • Pinnick tasks coaches on youth football development
  • Lagos international squash classics gets PSA listing
  • Cavani keen to lead PSG against Real Madrid
  • Juventus steps up for Champions League showdown against Spurs
  • WTA Tour to be aired live on Kwesé TV
  • Edo begins preparation for Bendel Insurance’s relaunch
  • SEC estimates total amount of unclaimed dividend at N103 billion
  • Hope rises for cocoa sector as NEXIM readies N5b lifeline
  • ‘Tackle challenges facing manufacturing sector for industrial growth
  • SAN charges lawyers, procurement officers on regulatory laws
  • Lawyer harps on need to tackle challenges in real estate transactions
  • You must work hard to build competence, Usoro tells young lawyers

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Punch

  • Zuma triggers crisis by refusing ANC’s exit order
  • Police confirm abduction of 38-year-old woman in Abakaliki
  • Japanese speed skater in first Olympics doping case
  • How to use reading list to save articles, videos
  • Buhari’s constitutional right to seek re-election
  • Buhari: Lessons on functional leadership and strategy
  • Alleged N919m fraud: EFCC quizzes NHIS managers, invites contractors
  • Youths protest rumoured plan by Saraki, others to rejoin PDP
  • Herdsmen destroy UNILORIN multi-million naira research farms
  • Lassa fever: 40 placed under watch in Osun, Ondo
  • Nigeria: Still under shadows of military
  • Has the amnesty programme achieved its objectives?
  • Shagaya’s death shocking, say Obasanjo, Atiku, Obaseki
  • Restructuring of Nigeria is unavoidable, says Akinrinade
  • Gani Adams visits German consulate, seeks end to illegal migration
  • Court jails Chibok girls’ abductor 15 years
  • Molten metal: LASG investigates Chinese firm for alleged infractions
  • Imo community protests missing children, blocks command headquarters
  • We won’t kill you, we’ll just shoot your ‘V’, President Duterte tells feminists
  • Benue: Missing policeman’s body retrieved without eyes, ears or nose
  • Scientists arrested for mining crypto-currencies at top-secret base
  • Restructuring of Nigeria is unavoidable, says Akinrinade
  • Why we re-ordered election timetable – Rep
  • Abe dares me, I won’t back his gov bid–Amaechi
  • South Africa’s ANC meets to finalise Zuma’s exit
  • National Assembly can’t amend Electoral Act after January 2018 —REC
  • 2019 Presidency: Northern elders meet, raise panel on consensus candidate
  • Buhari’s govt needs National Assembly’s cooperation to succeed — Baraje
  • Buhari’s many rivers to cross ahead of 2019
  • Dad relocated us from Govt House when he was governor — Makarfi’s son
  • Naira closes at 363/dollar as CBN sells $536m
  • Lagos-Ibadan rail: FG to avoid demolition of 1,400 houses
  • Why Nigerians are not feeling budgets’ impact —Expert
  • We’ll expose tax debtors with bank account data —Adeosun
  • Consequences of using someone else’s ATM card
  • Stocks on losing spree, hit one-month low

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Nation

  • Police confirm abduction of 38-year-old woman in Abakaliki
  • ANC to remove Zuma as South Africa President
  • 136 Nigerians evacuated from Libya arrive Port Harcourt
  • Oyo APC warns against Blackmail
  • Over 5,000 child soldiers released in 2017 – UN
  • Video: How FG will tackle insecurity – Presidency
  • Audio: Only one of 10 women released by Boko Haram police personnel – CP
  • How 31 suspects put $11.4m in Jonathan’s wife’s account
  • House joins bid to raise $500m for Ajaokuta Steel
  • Missing policeman found dead in Benue
  • Governors back state police
  • How Shagaya died, by FRSC
  • PLASU set for NUC accreditation of 15 additional programmes – VC
  • 10,000 apply to Offa Poly for admission
  • Varsity Don charges newly licensed universities on mentoring
  • Court remands UNIOSUN student over alleged theft
  • Water scarcity hits OAU, students lament
  • Two AAU students die in campus accident
  • Women association launches bakery at UNIZIK
  • Okorocha endorses son-in-law as successor
  • Why fuel scarcity will persist, by unions
  • Ex-banker ‘steals’ N5.1m from customers
  • Fresh! NFF seals mouthwatering TomTom deal for Eagles
  • Evra rocks West Ham move with Marvin Gaye hit
  • Lagos International Squash Classics gets PSA listing
  • Super Falcons arrive in Abidjan for WAFU Women’s Cup
  • NFF announces names of coaches for five national teams
  • Messi tips Neymar,Mbappe and Suarez for Ballon d’Or
  • What has supporters club got to do with it?
  • Cardiothoracic surgeons meet on better practice
  • Doctors: cancer treatable
  • Dangote, Aig-Imoukhuede seek African Union-Private sector collaboration on health

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Tribune

  • Governors’ Forum makes case for state police
  • Police storm NHIS office over Executive Secretary
  • Senator Shagaya dies in auto crash
  • Cashew association wants FG to re-evaluate activities in ports to facilitate trade
  • NITDA begins registration, licensing of IT contractors
  • Association seeks partnership with NCC on training
  • FG defends regulations on metering
  • FG to complete Lagos-Ibadan standard gauge rail line Jan 2019 —Amaechi
  • Alleged N400m fraud: S/Court struck out Metuh’s appeal on technical grounds ―Counsel
  • 65-year-old man docked for allegedly stealing 6 live chickens worth N9,600 in Osun
  • Police officer’s children whip SP, CSP with belt, get N100,000 bail
  • Banker docked for alleged theft of customers’ N5.1m
  • Father in court for sexually assaulting daughter
  • Duterte: Shoot female rebels in their genitals
  • Donald Trump: Jerusalem is off negotiating table
  • Russia plane crash responders find 200 body parts
  • Sirleaf, African women, leadership position
  • Sirleaf wins prestigious Ibrahim Prize for African leadership
  • Ministry budgets N9.7bn for export expansion grant programme in 2018
  • Efficient rail system will ensure maximum economic growth—NRC Director
  • SEC yet to receive application from MTN on Initial Public Offering
  • Stanbic IBTC lists Dollar, money market, bond funds on FMDQ OTC
  • Maize farmers promise adequate supplies in 2018
  • Nigeria, Israel to deepen bilateral cooperation through agriculture partnership
  • Cocoa farmers allege importation of substandard inputs by ministry

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

 

 

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