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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, January 16, 2018

The Sun

  • 6 killed, many injured in Lagos gas explosions
  • Court strikes out EFCC forfeiture application against Patience Jonathan
  • Boko Haram: We’re not coming back –Chibok girls
  • Trump’s Africa slur: Nigeria summons US ambassador
  • FG pays N35bn salary arrears to 267 MDAs
  • Ekiti bans Fayemi, commissioner from public office for 10 years
  • No land for cattle colony in Benue –Ortom
  • The Sun Award, pleasant surprise – Okafor, Chicason boss, Business Person of the Year
  • Udom sacks SSG, appoints Ekuwem as replacement
  • Wike highlights danger of unending bloodshed
  • ‘Oh Happy Day’ singer, Edwin Hawkins is dead
  • FG targets more revenue from VAIDS in 2018
  • Knowledge gap crashed many microfinance banks –Adegbami, MD, Mainstreet Bank MfB
  • Fidelity Bank promo churns out 13 millionnaires
  • Ambode appoints Idowu Ajanaku Information and Strategy adviser
  • How to solve forex problems –Heritage Bank
  • School bus crashes into wall in Germany, 43 injured
  • 1,800 Islamic clerics issue ‘fatwa’ against suicide bombings
  • 2019: Buhari remains Nigeria’s best option – Adeniran, CACOL boss
  • APC, govs meet on congresses, convention Wednesday
  • Knowledge gap crashed many microfinance banks –Adegbami, MD, Mainstreet Bank MfB
  • How to solve forex problems –Heritage Bank
  • Mainz condemns racial abuse of Super Eagles players
  • Winter Olympics: Nigerian athletes set to make history in Pyeongchang
  • Heartland determined to return to winning ways – Ubido

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Police/suspected Badoo kingpin saga:Tell the world why you released him— Alaka’s friends
  • Benue killings: You lied, Osinbajo tells Gov Ortom
  • Armed forces remembrance day: Govs, APC call for enhanced military welfare
  • 7 die, many injured as gas plant, depot explode in Lagos
  • Decomposing body of kidnapped Taraba lawmaker, Hosea Ibi found
  • Duke indicates interest for 2019 presidency
  • Nigeria ranks second worst electricity supply nation in 2017
  • School Bus Crashes Into Wall, Injuring 43 People – Police
  • MEdo LG Polls: EDSIEC Warns Against Violence
  • Company Dispatch Rider Bolts With Employer’s N1.1m
  • Hope Rises For Ibom Deep Seaport As Procurement Process Begins Benue Needs Python Dance, Crocodile Smile Operations — Bishop Ezeokafor
  • Nigeria Heading Towards Anarchy, Disintegration, Coomasie Warns
  • Experts Identify Fasting As Secret Of Long, Healthy Life
  • Abductions, Killings In Edo “Evil Forest”: Villagers Abandon Farm, Flee Ogheghe Community
  • Delta Community Protests Alleged Marginalization By Oil Coy
  • Ganduje Tasks FG On Welfare Of Ex-Sevice Men
  • Police Quizzes Ganduje’s Commissioner Over Video
  • MURIC Blasts FG Over N40m Gift To Ex-Presidents
  • Ratify, Implement Bamako Convention Now- SRADev Boss
  • Global Funding Of Solar Sector Hits $12.8bn In 2017 – Report
  • Taraba Killings: We Smell Conspiracy Among FG, Police, Herdsmen — CAN
  • PDP Wins Taraba Assembly By-Election
  • FIFA 2018 WC: Eagles to camp in Yessentuki
  • Oruma recuperating in Lagos hospital
  • Hannover fans racially abuse Balogun, Ujah
  • Benfica beat Norwich to Ebuehi’s signature
  • Woodwork foils Nigeria in draw with Rwanda
  • Men are victims of domestic violence too – Ayinke Kujore
  • Kano: Actress banned for ‘romantic video’ pardoned
  • Lebanon bans Spielberg film and Israeli adventurer biopic
  • ‘Jumanji’ leads the box office pack over holiday weekend
  • Pasuma finally meets blind boy who sings like him on the street

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • Armed Fulani men attack Taraba community, kill traditional ruler
  • Benue killings: Ortom says herdsmen must obtain permits …as Buhari vows to punish culprits
  • Oh Happy Day singer, Edwin Hawkins, dies at 74
  • Lagos auto parts dealer dies in SARS custody
  • Essential tips on how to cancel a cheque
  • Remembrance Day: Tight security as Buhari, Osinbajo honour fallen heroes
  • PoS transactions hit N1.4tn in 2017 — NIBSS
  • Is FG’s response to killings by herdsmen adequate?
  • Malami’s curious bid to protect Maina
  • Youths boo Ozekhome at Gani Fawehinmi lecture
  • Brazilian coach return sparks confusion at Abia Warriors
  • EFCC moves to seize fresh Patience Jonathan’s $8.4m, N7.3bn
  • Lokpobiri attacks Dickson over allegations of sponsoring militancy
  • 23 graduates bag first class in JABU
  • Mainz protest racial attack on Balogun, Ujah
  • Lagos auto parts dealer dies in SARS custody
  • Seven die, eight injured in Lagos gas explosions
  • Security operatives kill notorious kidnapper, four others in Akwa Ibom
  • Fire guts markets, destroys 34 shops
  • Man allegedly axes wife in presence of eight-year-old daughter
  • [VIDEO] Man rejects girlfriend’s marriage proposal at shopping mall
  • PHOTOS: Couple gets stuck during sex
  • 18-year-old Nigerian killed during fight in UK
  • Customs finds $22m worth of cocaine hidden in imported furniture
  • Essential tips on how to cancel a cheque
  • London house: Arthur Eze to pay £1m in damages
  • Oil price rises above $70 as supply drops

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • We’ve no land for cattle colony, Benue leaders tell Buhari
  • Seven die, many injured in Lagos gas explosions
  • Nigeria’s crude oil production hit 2.057mbpd in December
  • Trump denies he’s a racist as Americans honor King
  • Poor CHAN Eagles, Rwanda’s Amavubi play goalless in Morocco
  • Ekiti bars Fayemi, ex-commissioner from public office for 10 years
  • Yemi Osinbajo denies alert by governor Ortom on Benue’s mayhem
  • Kidnapped Taraba lawmaker found dead
  • We’ll increase tempo of anti-graft fight this year, says Ibrahim Magu
  • FG mulls cheaper solution to recharge drying Lake Chad
  • Woman arrested for impersonating Aisha Buhari
  • Mahrez worth over £100m to Leicester, says Puel
  • Djokovic plays down pay fight talk
  • ‘Poor scoring record of Eagles for clubs worrisome’
  • Nadal cruises on in opening day of upsets
  • Eagles’ defender, Ebuehi joins Benfica
  • NOC cautions factions over lingering crisis in NBBF
  • Normalising the naira for growth
  • Financial Exclusion is limiting government’s efforts to reduce poverty
  • Strategic marketing management – a letter from a Customer 2
  • The benefits of a subscription-based billing system for your business
  • NCC hosts forum on cost – based pricing for retail broadband, data services
  • 3 simple starting points for ending Nigeria’s economic malaise
  • Banking and sustainability: What nexus?
  • After losing Anambra, APC eyes Enugu, Abia, Ebonyi for 2019
  • Group seeks Urhobo’s return to old region
  • Aregbesola, Magu condemn endemic corruption in Nigeria

(www.guardian.ng)

 

The Nation

  • CHAN 2018: Wasteful Super Eagles held by Rwanda’s Amavubi
  • Video: ‘We won’t return’, abducted Chibok girls
  • Buhari: Killers of Benue farmers’ll be punished
  • Arewa 24 makes debut on StarTimes
  • Video: Nigeria is a nation at war with herself – Oyedepo
  • EFCC seeks to seize $8.4m, N7.35b ‘from Jonathan’s wife’
  • Fayemi kicks as Fayose bars him from public office
  • Doctor, nurse killed as Lassa fever returns
  • Oyo State welcomes 11 Libya returnees
  • 9mobile in the eye of the storm
  • ACF leaders warn against anarchy, disintegration
  • Army kills notorious militants’ leader
  • IG’s meeting with Benue, Nasarawa leaders stalled
  • Who becomes PDP presidential candidate?
  • Osinbajo: Presidency didn’t ignore governor’s letters
  • Obasanjo successfully completes PhD programme at NOUN
  • Unilorin will not join strike – VC
  • FUT Chancellor lauds “seamless” selection of new VC
  • Day of African Culture at Adekunle Ajasin Varsity
  • Criminalise marital rape, says DVC
  • CHAN 2018: Wasteful Super Eagles held by Rwanda’s Amavubi
  • Campbell dreams coaching role at Arsenal
  • Nigeria’s World Cup Squad Out June 4, says Official
  • Nigeria, 16 others for All-Africa Junior Golf Challenge
  • Dortmund complete £20m Manuel Akanji deal
  • Giggs bags Wales job promises better future
  • Winter Olympics: Low income families get free tickets
  • 1500 babies benefit from health programmes
  • Medical Professionals reject Health Insurance Scheme
  • Health benefits of watermelon Seeds

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

ThisDay

  • Crude Oil Price Hits $70 P/B Despite Surging US Output
  • Stock Market Sustains Rally as Index Hits 43,119.08, Market Cap Now…
  • Kidnapped Taraba Lawmaker, Ibi, Found Dead
  • Ekiti Bars Fayemi, Ex-Commissioner from Public Office over Alleged Corruption
  • US Envoy Meets Onyema, Says Reports of Trump’s Shithole Remark Contradictory
  • Five Feared Killed as Two Islamic Sects Clash in Niger
  • Lassa Fever Kills Three as NCDC Confirms Outbreak of Disease in Ebonyi
  • Scores Dead, Many Injured as Gas Explosions Rock Lagos
  • New Boko Haram Video Raises Concern over Success on Insurgency
  • Avoid Another Civil War in the Country, Wike Advises Buhari
  • Duke Indicates Interest for 2019 Presidency
  • IOM, EU Evacuate 132 More Nigerians from Libya
  • EFCC Moves to Seize Fresh N7.35bn from Patience Jonathan
  • Newly Recruited Teachers in Kaduna to Resume Work February
  • Police Invite Kano Commissioner over Inciting Comments against Kwankwaso
  • Two Security Personnel Slump at Armed Forces Day in Anambra
  • Accident: 16 Roasted to Death in Niger
  • Corruption, Bad Governance, May Lead to Anarchy, Says Ex-IG, Commassie
  • Abba Moro: FG Should Have Responded Rapidly to Herdsmen Attack
  • Terrorists Infiltrated Fulani Herdsmen, Says Kalu
  • Saraki, Dogara Seek Enhanced Welfare for Military
  • Ambode Appoints Ajanaku Special Adviser on Information and Strategy
  • NNPC Jettisons Long-term Crude Lifting Contracts
  • Stock Market Sustains Rally as Index Hits 43,119.08, Market Cap Now…
  • Kidnapped Taraba Lawmaker, Ibi, Found Dead
  • Ekiti Bars Fayemi, Ex-Commissioner from Public Office over Alleged Corruption
  • US Envoy Meets Onyema, Says Reports of Trump’s Shithole Remark Contradictory
  • Five Feared Killed as Two Islamic Sects Clash in Niger
  • Access Bank Upgrades Ombudsman to Boost Dispute Resolution
  • Nigerian Banks Nominated for Africa Awards
  • NSE Promotes Awe as Executive Director, Regulation
  • NEITI: NNPC Illegally Withholding $16bn NLNG Dividends

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • Okah, other inmates in safe custody —Prisons Service
  • We have no land for cattle colony, Benue elders tell Buhari
  • Accommodate your countrymen, Buhari begs Benue elders
  • Abducted Chibok girls say ‘we won’t return’ in new Boko Haram video
  • New Ebola-related outbreak threatens Africa
  • LPPC strips SAN of title over legal misconduct
  • Police nab Aisha Buhari’s impostor in Abuja
  • Restrict your cattle to avoid clashes, Islamic cleric advises breeders
  • When Ibidunni Ighodalo show kindness on kids, pregnant women in Ikorodu
  • Pen Cinema Flyover: Lagos allays fear of stakeholders over compensatio
  • Ambode appoints Idowu Ajanaku as SA Information and Strategy
  • Libyan returnee recounts ordeal as Ajimobi receives 11 Oyo indigenes
  • First batch of new recruit teachers in Kaduna ready –el-Rufai
  • Lagos arrests 30 cart pushers for dumping refuse on road median
  • Angry youths accuse Ozekhome of shielding looters
  • Court sentenced 28 years old security guard to 6 months jail for stealing N3,800 drinks in Osun
  • 45-year-old carpenter impregnates mother in-law
  • 2019: Kwara warns against hate speech
  • Two brothers nab in attempt to steal Motor spare part to repair phone in Anambra
  • FG releases N35bn salary arrears of 267 MDAs
  • Most horrendous crimes financed by corruption ―Magu
  • I am not bothered by my non-confirmation —Magu
  • FG nets N23bn from VAIDS in 2017
  • Kogi establishes cassava city to boost production
  • Buhari to grill Ortom over alleged arming of militia Monday
  • Human trafficking: Govt urges EU, destination countries to do more
  • 45-year-old carpenter impregnates mother in-law
  • FG releases N35bn salary arrears of 267 MDAs
  • Police nab Aisha Buhari’s impostor in Abuja

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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