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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, February 20, 2018

The Sun

  • Fire guts 40 trucks in Onitsha market
  • 2019: Adamu hits Obasanjo, IBB over letters to Buhari
  • Unclaimed looted assets’ll be sold – Buhari
  • CCT chairman’s trial: Why FG queried Magu, Keyamo
  • 2019: Only ill-health can stop Buhari –Kalu
  • Opportunists leaving APC –Bisi Akande
  • OAU pulls out of ASUU, forms new union
  • Herdsmen: Fayose, Sanusi, Miyetti Allah leader sign peace pact
  • Ahiara Diocese crisis: Bishop Okpalaeke quits
  • 2019: South South PDP leaders vow to sack APC
  • DPR seals 7 filling stations in Umuahia
  • 2019: Delta APC denies zoning governorship ticket
  • IBB salutes FRSC at 30, says ‘It’s weathered the storm’
  • Risks rising with China challenging US at sea, warns Philippines
  • ‘I’m alive, well, happy’ – Sylvester Stallone denies death rumour
  • Nigerians among 324 migrants intercepted off Libya
  • 2019: South South PDP leaders vow to sack APC
  • APC national leaders empower defected PDP members in Akwa Ibom –Udoedehe
  • Restructuring: APC’s position deceptive -Makarfi
  • Tips to teach kids about bank accounts
  • How bank customers can stay germ-free with e-payment
  • TSA monthly savings hit N24.7b
  • Moses wins Nigerian Player of the Year award
  • D’ Tigers storm Mali, ready for World Cup qualifiers
  • Lagos aglow for FIFA Executive Football Summit

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Boko Haram attacks girls’ school in Yobe
  • ATTACKS: Be united against herdsmen menace, Akinrinade tells Southern govs
  • Letter to Buhari: Obasanjo ought to be on trial —Senator Adamu
  • I paid DSS men, others N1m to bring in 661 rifles
  • Grazing law: There are threats to my life — Gov Ortom
  • AGF queries Magu, Keyamo over charges against CCT chairman
  • There is anger in the land, Okogie warns
  • Count me out of Obasanjo’s Third Force – Soyinka
  • If you give Nigerians good roads, railway, stable power they will be happy – Buhari
  • Azikel Refinery To Process 12,000bpd By 2019
  • Community Leaders Seek Tinubu’s Intervention In LASG, PSP Waste Operators’ Feud
  • Apapa-Wharf Road Reconstruction: Dangote Assures Of June Deadline Delivery
  • Analysis: Need For Housing Policy Development
  • Nigeria Ranks 11th Highest In Newborn Deaths, Says UNICEF
  • Football Is Life In Nigeria, FIFA President Says
  • A Season Of Resignations
  • Solar Suitable For Business In Nigeria – Arnergy
  • New Threat As USA, Others Set To Abandon Nigeria’s Oil
  • Nigeria Not On Track To Meet Global Suicide Prevention Goal — Psychiatrist
  • FPSO To Be Fully Integrated In 8yrs — Wabote
  • New Threat As USA, Others Set To Abandon Nigeria’s Oil
  • No Clear Policies In Award Of Oil, Gas Licenses — NNRC
  • Housing Programme: Contractors Assured Prompt Payment
  • Developer Unveils Affordable Luxury With Units Of Terraces
  • NNPC Advocates Closer Ties Among African Countries In Oil Sector
  • BBC launches Igbo, Yoruba language services in Nigeria
  • Flavour, Styl-Plus thrill Abuja crowd as Tekno lets his fans down
  • Stop asking me to stop Big Brother Naija 2018 – Onochie
  • Princess and Bitto evicted from Big Brother naija 2018
  • Breaking: Big Brother naija 2018 disqualifies K-Brule and Khloe

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Guardian

  • FG queries Magu, Keyamo over graft charges against CCT boss
  • Nigerian businesses risk €20 million fine over non-compliance with new EU data policy
  • Buhari seeks development of downstream sector to meet energy demand
  • FIFA executive football summit holds in Lagos today
  • Wigan end Man City quadruple bid with Cup shock
  • Trump to attend politician-journalist dinner
  • Maduro reaches out to Trump on Twitter
  • Suspected soldier, three others killed in Akwa Ibom attacks
  • Court frees woman who killed boyfriend
  • Community, others sue Cross River over superhighway project
  • CBN raises forex market with $210 million
  • FA expected to act after Aguero tangles with Wigan fans
  • Football is more than a religion in Nigeria, FIFA president says
  • Chelsea should fear new-look Barcelona
  • Mauritania tops as Nigeria wins five medals at Africa Badminton championship
  • Naira rain for victorious Nigerian skaters in Lagos
  • ‘Private operators, others to benefit from Africa Fencing Championship’
  • Nigeria’s oil production falls to 1.819mbpd in January
  • Tribunal awards N3m damages to investor for losses
  • Which farmers really benefit from food import protections?
  • Stop the tragic student’s excursions
  • There is anger in the land
  • Fracas in Imo State over governorship endorsement
  • ‘Resist money temptation in 2019 election’
  • South-South PDP governors, leaders blame FG for security lapses
  • Orezi Unveils “Gehn Gehn Music” Company
  • Watch: “Senrere” by Skales Featuring D’banj
  • Body Detox: Simple Ways To Cleanse Your System
  • Firm pledges to support small businesses on regulatory challenges
  • Turkish Airline sued over alleged luggage seizure
  • ‘Under our extant laws, a person may not be arrested or declared wanted without a warrant’

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • Adeosun Appeals for Global Cooperation against Tax-evading Multinationals
  • Discord in Corruption War as Malami Queries Magu over CCT Chairman,…
  • FG, Discos on Collision Course over Appointment of Non-Executive Directors
  • Pope Appoints New Apostolic Administrator for Ahiara Diocese
  • Scores of Schoolgirls Abducted as Boko Haram Attacks Yobe Town
  • Buhari Promises to Sell All Recovered Assets
  • Constitution Review: Saraki Lauds Passage of Amendments by 25 State Assemblies
  • PDP Blasts Buhari Govt over Fresh N10bn NHIS Scam
  • IPMAN: NNPC Alone Can’t Supply Petrol
  • Rumour of Ortom’s Plans to Move to PDP Heightens
  • UNICEF Ranks Nigeria 11th in Newborn Mortality, Says 37 Out of 1,000 Die
  • Obasanjo, Babangida Institutionalised Corruption in Nigeria, Says Adamu
  • Underage Video Clips Shot During 2015 General Election, Says Kano Govt
  • NBS: 1,306 People Died in 2,489 Road Crashes in Q4 2017
  • Be Ready to Make Sacrifices for National Devt, Buhari Tells Nigerians
  • Buhari, Saraki, Adebanjo, Others Extol Oba Tejuoso at 80
  • Onu: FG to Encourage Young Ones Unleash their Potentials in Deployment of Science
  • Lagos Introduces New Measure to End Revenue Leakages
  • LG Autonomy: Ihedioha Flays Imo Lawmakers for Rejecting Bill
  • Agency Distributes 900 Desks to Female Colleges in Sokoto
  • Finally, Obasanjo, Jonathan Reconcile, Seek Nigeria’s Unity
  • Kachikwu Explains Delays in FID for $13.5bn Zabazaba Oilfield Development
  • Resilient project monitoring, evaluation metrics key to sustainable economic devt – Obaseki
  • Provide Better Choice of Leadership for Nigerians, Babaginda Tells PDP
  • MPC Stalemate: CBN to Maintain Forward Guidance as Policy Tool
  • Falana Laments Delay in Prosecution of Benue Killings Suspects
  • Malabu Scandal: Malami Writes Buhari, Wants Trial of Adoke, Alison-Madueke, Others Stopped
  • Lassa Fever Kills Three in Delta
  • IPI Director Visits Nigeria
  • Ex-NDPHC Boss: Why NIPP Privatisation Was Not Concluded on Schedule
  • Give Me Shekau Dead or Alive, Buratai Charges Troops
  • Lassa Fever: WHO, NCDC synergise with Edo Govt. to end scourge
  • Obasanjo to Carry Out Medical Check-ups in Bayelsa
  • House C’ttee Demands Post Procurement Audit of NACA over Alleged Misuse of Foreign Grants
  • Discord in Corruption War as Malami Queries Magu over CCT Chairman,…
  • Constitution Review: Saraki Lauds Passage of Amendments by 25 State Assemblies
  • PDP Blasts Buhari Govt over Fresh N10bn NHIS Scam
  • IPMAN: NNPC Alone Can’t Supply Petrol
  • Rumour of Ortom’s Plans to Move to PDP Heightens

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Punch

  • Benefits of long-term loans
  • Court jails artist for clown caricature of PM
  • Android apps that aid learning in schools
  • Man, 28, wins custody of 13 surrogate children
  • UBA contactless cards hit three million
  • MTN, Airtel attract most regulatory fines in Africa – Report
  • I love to solve problems – Student who developed retina-rectifying technique
  • Scores feared dead in boat accident
  • PDP asks Mark to reconcile Fayose, Adeyeye, others
  • Amendment bills: 25 Houses of Assembly have voted, says Saraki
  • Akinwumi Isola: A giant in his own right
  • Sevilla v Manchester United Champions League fact file
  • Venezuela’s President, Nicolas Maduro, reaches out to Trump on Twitter
  • Barcelona clash excites Chelsea boss
  • Bribery charge: Plaintiff asks court to sack CCT chair
  • Scores feared dead in boat accident
  • Abia couple sells own newborn baby for N400,000
  • Lagos trader murdered after threats from estranged husband
  • Suspected militants kill JTF informant in Akwa Ibom
  • Gunmen kill masquerader, two others in Kogi
  • Boy, 9, disappears while running errand
  • Court frees woman who killed boyfriend
  • Man allegedly stabs, strangles mother to death
  • My husband says I could only work when I’m 70 —Divorce-seeking wife
  • PDP asks Mark to reconcile Fayose, Adeyeye, others
  • Okorocha’s son-in-law, deputy gov’s supporters clash in Imo
  • Kaduna APC faction invalidates el-Rufai’s suspension
  • I would’ve become minister if I had defected to APC –Babangida Aliyu
  • Only ill health can stop Buhari in 2019 – Kalu
  • Nigeria in a state of uncertainty, political emergency —Onaiyekan

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Nation

  • Obasanjo under attack
  • Six banks meet CBN’s dividend payout rule
  • We ‘ll take over Fed Govt in 2019, say Southsouth PDP leaders
  • Looters denying their loot, says Buhari
  • Malami queries Magu over CCT chair
  • Court convicts 205 Boko Haram members
  • Abdullahi: Obasanjo’s antics worrisome
  • Playing the ostrich – all over again
  • ‘Mining reforms behind improved World Bank’s ease-of-doing-business ranking’
  • Sanusi: herdsmen must obey anti-grazing law
  • Airport guard, others ‘steal’ N83m from boss’ office
  • Ojokoro LCDA empower youths with free jamb forms
  • Nollywood star Igboewu features in Globacom’s Prof. Johnbull
  • ‘Don’t cause division in Saraki’s camp’
  • Suspected militants allegedly behead soldier
  • Wigan 1-0 Manchester City: Will Grigg scores the winner for Wigan
  • Ese Brume out of 2018 Commonwealth Games
  • Iniesta ‘ll not be made welcome at Stamford Bridge
  • Selfish French skier Faivre sent home.
  • Arsenal pens £200m shirt sponsorship deal
  • Tributes pour in as soccer world mourns Udoji
  • 100 volunteers quit Olympics because they didn’t like assigned jobs
  • Students with carry-overs masterminded protest in BSU – VC
  • UNILAG VC appeals to protesting unions to embrace peace
  • UNILAG matriculates 9,204 for 2017/2018 academic session
  • UNILAG non-academic staffs demand release of two union leaders
  • Federal University Lafia spends N84m annually on diesel – VC
  • Hope rises for AAUA hostel project
  • Danfodiyo varsity moves against fee defaulters

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Tribune

  • 2019 presidency: No alternative to Buhari ―Don
  • Lassa fever claims 3 in Delta, 24 placed under surveillance
  • Buhari felicitates with Useni at 75
  • YVAN berates underage voters’ registration, voting in Kano LG election
  • Benin experiences hailstones rain
  • Anambra Herbalist confesses buying virgin’s underwear N10,000 for rituals
  • Senator Arise joins Ekiti governorship race
  • 2019: Youth group canvasses for Dankwambo presidential ticket
  • Dizengoff delivers 20 Greenhouse units to boost food sufficiency in Nigeria
  • Oyo LG poll: APC postpones primaries
  • Don’t impose presidential candidate on party, IBB warns PDP leaders
  • Expect new equipment, Buratai tells troops
  • Chief of Army Staff charges troops to get Shekau dead or alive
  • Senator Arise joins Ekiti governorship race
  • 2019: Youth group canvasses for Dankwambo presidential ticket
  • 2019: Why Nigerians must participate actively in politics ―Isiaka
  • Enugu psychiatric hospital staff arraigned over alleged N14m job scam
  • Confusion over identity of decomposed body in Makurdi
  • Ex-convict in police net for impersonation
  • Man bags one-month jail term for assaulting policeman, 2 women in Osun
  • Florida school shooting survivors to march on Washington for gun reform
  • Israel could act against Iran ―Netanyahu
  • Zimbabweans mourn opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai, in Harare
  • Two Palestinian teenagers killed in Israeli raid on Gaza
  • Medications for blood pressure do not affect libido —Experts
  • FG told to include Palliative Medicine in health system
  • Government seals 62 health facilities for various offences
  • World Cancer Day: NGO urges awareness campaign in rural areas
  • Expert canvasses promotion of Brand Nigeria
  • StarTimes records growing demand for daily subscription
  • PwC leads professional services sector in Global Brand Index
  • NBC commended on community investment, best practices

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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