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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, January 23, 2018

The Sun

  • 8 Libya returnees die in auto crash
  • Herdsmen’ve burnt my farm 5 times in 3 years –Falae
  • President’s second term splits APC in North
  • Herdsmen, farmers clashes: Ohanaeze faults Osinbajo’s committee
  • 2019: I’m prepared to serve Imo –Ihedioha
  • FIRS generates N4trn taxes -Fowler
  • Rivers: FG planning amnesty for 32 wanted cultists –Wike
  • Benue: Herdsmen, cows’ve taken over Agatu –Ex-minister
  • Liberia: Saraki, world leaders witness Weah’s inauguration
  • South East APC to Buhari: Give us 2023 presidency
  • Lassa fever: Another doctor dies in Kogi
  • Buhari’s address to APC leaders at private dinner
  • Ortom curses perpetrators, sponsors of Benue killings
  • Qaeda leader calls for killing of Jews, Americans over Jerusalem
  • UAE forces bomb Houthi militia vehicle, destroy munitions
  • Gambian military arrests 2 top Jammeh generals after returning from exile
  • 2019 Presidency: Lamido ‘ll lead PDP to victory – Campaign coordinator
  • Borno PDP secretariat not demolished -Youth leader
  • Scarcity: Long queues persist as fuel stations resort to hoarding
  • FG engages 100 revenue consultants to block leakages in mining sector
  • 2018 Commonwealth Games: D’ Tigers invites foreign based players
  • Joshua vs Parker: I’ll smile at AJ’s punches – Parker
  • CHAN 2018: Eagles won’t take Equatorial Guinea for granted – Yusuf
  • Gunmen abduct Zamfara Rep’s 2 children, kill 6 others
  • Buhari’s govt has failed Nigerians –Ajulo, ex-Labour Party scribe

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Punch

  • I skipped meals, slept few hours during exams —NOUN best graduating student
  • Airport concession: ICRC initiates FAAN, Bi-Courtney settlement
  • $500,000 bribery: CJ returns Farouk Lawan’s case for continuation of trial
  • Cattle colonies: Southern states shun FG’s request for land
  • Alleged misconduct: EFCC reports three judges to NJC
  • Adeboye hails Gani Adams, regrets absence from installation
  • FG, NASS political deadlock threatens economic rebound — Report
  • We’ve forgiven our abductors, Catholic reverend sisters say
  • Seized 86 cars, houses: FG charges civil servant, Buhari panel chief
  • Lassa fever kills Kogi doctor, five others in Ondo
  • Lagos businessman impregnates maid, rapes her after abortion
  • I’ll build free, equal, just Liberia, says Weah
  • Herbalist allegedly defrauds man of N190m to cure illness
  • African legends witness Weah swearing-in
  • Mosquito coil fire kills triplets, brother in Jigawa
  • Police kill four robbers in Rivers
  • PHOTOS: Dead monk found smiling two months after
  • Man severs wife’s hand for overstaying at funeral
  • Dad throws newborn into dustbin, says he thought she was dying
  • Police arraign 120-year-old chief for stealing
  • We’ve forgiven our abductors, Catholic reverend sisters say
  • Lagos businessman impregnates maid, rapes her after abortion
  • Nigeria’s structure has turned govs to beggars – Fagbenro-Byron
  • Osinbajo leads Nigeria’s delegation to economic forum in Davos
  • Obasanjo, Saraki, Okorocha, Okocha arrive Monrovia for Weah’s inauguration
  • Open grazing law: Taraba gov denies arming militia group
  • 2019: Delta replies Oshiomhole, says APC brought hardship
  • I’m recruiting Rivers people to defend democracy, says Wike
  • Airport concession: ICRC initiates FAAN, Bi-Courtney settlement
  • FG, NASS political deadlock threatens economic rebound — Report
  • Naira depreciates to 365/dollar, CBN sells $210m
  • FIRS generated N4.03tn in 2017 – Fowler
  • Petrol scarcity persists, new vessels arrive Apapa
  • FG hires consultants to probe minerals sector’s revenue leakages
  • Defection: PDP slams Oke
  • Group urges Nigerians to get voter cards
  • PDP flays ex-National Legal Adviser Olusola Oke’s return to APC

(www.punchng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Herdsmen’s attack on Falae’s farm not a Presidency affair — Adesina
  • Benue may cut alignment with North over killings
  • FG collaborating with judges to frustrate our cases—IPOB
  • Oando ownership tussle: Peace, stability return as Tinubu, Mangal reconcile
  • Alleged N400m fraud: Metuh deliberately using excuse of ill-health to frustrate his trial – EFCC
  • Buhari has failed to assure Nigerians that both herdsmen, us can live together – Falae
  • Court orders inquiry into ‘illegal’ demolition of Patience Jonathan’s Abuja property
  • $40m Scam: Judge Fumes As EFCC Fails To Produce Vital Document Against Jonathan’s Cousin
  • ‘When $2.1bn Was Shared We Never Heard Of Islamization Or Fulani Domination’
  • Curses As Ekpo Spirits Bury Dead Masquerade In A’Ibom
  • Fagbohun, Asiodu Reiterate Need To Strengthen Legislative Frameworks Of Wildlife Enforcement Networks
  • Mysterious Edo Waterway Where World Leaders Turn Up
  • Tricycle Operators Endorse Ugwuanyi For 2nd Term
  • Herdsmen’s Attack On Falae’s Farm Not A Presidency Affair — Adesina
  • Army Selling Our Land, Delta Monarch Cries Out
  • Restructure Nigeria To Check Herdsmen Attack, IYC Tells FG
  • Army Deploys Troops To Niger State To Battle Kidnappers, Cattle Rustlers
  • 661 Pump Action Guns: Culprits’ve Been Importing Arms For 12 Years — DSS
  • 8 Edo Libyan Returnees Burnt Beyond Recognition In Road Accident
  • Send Army After Killer-Herdsmen, Anambra Monarch Tasks Buhari
  • Financial Challenges Affecting Our Operations — Naval Chief
  • CSOs, Politicians Denounce Buhari’s Reasons For Sluggishness
  • Container Laden With Military Uniforms, Weapons Disappears From Apapa Port
  • Rohr debunks Bordeaux speculation
  • Wike’s love, interest to develop sports is unparalleled – Commissioner
  • Kanu, AMCON tango over ex-Eagles captain’s hotel
  • Zidane wanted by PSG
  • Balotelli ‘close to’ free move to Juventus

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Guardian

  • Tears, anger as Nigerians in London protest against herdsmen’s killings
  • Don’t disregard Africa, 78 U.S. ex-envoys tell Trump
  • We won’t respect Super Eagles, Equatorial Guinea vows
  • Alexis Sanchez signs for Manchester United
  • George Weah sworn in as Liberian president
  • US federal employees to return after lawmakers end government shutdown
  • Federal High Court orders probe of ‘demolition’ of properties linked to Patience Jonathan in Abuja
  • ‘FIRS generated N4 trillion taxes in 2017’
  • NBA condemns indiscriminate arrests, human rights violations by SSS
  • IG orders probe of alleged $10,000 loan to senator, threat
  • Currency speculators risk losses as rising reserves, oil prices strengthen naira
  • Google celebrates Stephen Keshi
  • Onyekuru returns to Anderlecht after recovery from Injury
  • ‘Kwara United will bounce back from poor form’
  • Kane gets Men’s 2017 Player of the Year award
  • Torino set to release Joel Obi
  • Sanchez’s move to Man U was for money, Wenger declares
  • Railway line to Niger Republic?
  • Protesting youths and Mike Ozekhome
  • Africa remains stable as global FDI falls to $1.52 trillion
  • ‘Why Samsung may not site a plant in Nigeria now’
  • Emirates airline, Airbus agree $16b deal to keep A380 production going
  • Herdsmen offensive and the collective indecision
  • The presidential system is good for Nigeria
  • Destiny of Southern Nigeria
  • Ekiti deputy governor seeks support in guber poll
  • ‘Only a sustainable constitutional structure can save Nigeria from extinction’
  • I’ll give my best to all Nigerians, Buhari tells APC South East leaders
  • South African Jazz Legend Hugh Masekela Dies
  • Minnie Mouse Gets Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame, Few Decades After Mickey
  • Disney Pixar Debuts New Cast For “Incredibles 2”
  • Why ACJA may fail, by appeal court judge
  • Blazing the trail of judicial development
  • National stakeholders’ committee and task of prison decongestion

(www.guardian.ng)

 

The Nation

  • SA killings: culprits apprehended, arraigned says Mission
  • Presidency outlines Buhari’s achievements
  • Igbo APC leaders re-endorse Buhari for 2nd term
  • Herdsmen attacks: OPC calls for lasting solution
  • Former minister, 2 others arraigned over alleged money laundering
  • I am not desperate for Nigerian Presidency, says Lamido
  • Ortom warns against cattle rustling, retaliation
  • Two NIA chiefs grilled as bid to grab $44m fails
  • Buhari: we’re delivering on campaign promises
  • Bright prospects as Oando, Mangal feud ends
  • Buhari to Southeast leaders: I’ll give my best to all Nigerians
  • Falae: herdsmen attack my farm every year
  • I won’t let you down, Weah assures Liberians
  • More pains as fuel scarcity returns
  • Faleye: Equatorial Guinea’s match won’t be easy
  • Weah makes first appointments
  • S imposes new ‘America First’ tariffs
  • Ifeanyi: We won’t underrate Equatorial Guinea
  • Salisu set to drop Okpotu for Nura Ibrahim
  • SA killings: culprits apprehended, arraigned says Mission
  • Presidency outlines Buhari’s achievements
  • Igbo APC leaders re-endorse Buhari for 2nd term
  • Herdsmen attacks: OPC calls for lasting solution
  • Former minister, 2 others arraigned over alleged money laundering
  • I am not desperate for Nigerian Presidency, says Lamido
  • Ortom warns against cattle rustling, retaliation
  • Two NIA chiefs grilled as bid to grab $44m fails
  • Buhari: we’re delivering on campaign promises
  • Bright prospects as Oando, Mangal feud ends

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

ThisDay

  • Politicians Across Broad Spectrum Eye Emerging Political Movement, Third Force
  • After Protracted Dispute, Oando Reaches Peace Accord With Mangal
  • Herdsmen Attacks Will be Brought Under Control, Buhari Promises
  • NBS: 16m Nigerians Unemployed in Q3 2017
  • Study Shows African Migrants are Better Educated Than US Citizens
  • Makarfi: PDP Will Wait for APC Presidential Candidate to Emerge
  • Lassa Fever Claims Six Lives in Ondo, Kogi
  • Osinbajo Leaves for Davos after Attending George Weah’s Swearing-in
  • Presidency Implores Na’Abba to Change Perception on Buhari
  • Six Telecoms Operators May Lose Licences over Call Masking, Refilling
  • Osinbajo C’ttee on Farmers-Herdsmen Crisis, Wrong Diagnosis, Says Ohanaeze Ndigbo
  • Fowler: FIRS Raked in N4tn in 2017
  • South-east APC Endorses Buhari for Second Term
  • Ortom Says He’ll Not Be Silenced on Herdsmen Attacks
  • FG Sets up Inter-Ministerial C’ttee on Data Harmonisation
  • Jittery APC Unleashing Terror on Opposition, Says PDP
  • Don’t Categorise Us as Killers, Herdsmen Warn
  • Okun Yoruba Reject Cattle Colonies in Kogi
  • Citing Operational Constraints, House C’ttee Seeks to Discontinue Zero Budgeting for Navy
  • 2019: Ihedioha Receives Overwhelming Endorsement, Inaugurates Support Group in Imo
  • Buhari Sympathises with Victims of Kano Market Fire
  • Minister of Interior Parastatals Promote 12,588 Officers
  • INEC Seeks UN Support for 2019 Election
  • Ijaw Youths Urge N’Assembly to Pass Amnesty Programme Bill into Law
  • Buhari Committed to Strengthening Anti-Corruption Agencies, Says Fashola
  • 5bn Fraud: EFCC Calls Sixth Witness against Kalu
  • Dogara Seeks End to Costly Engineering Failures
  • No More Hiding Place for Criminal Elements in Ikorodu, Says Ambode
  • Ekweremadu: No Alternative to Democracy Despite Obvious Challenges
  • King’s Men in Ibadan Demand Apology for Olubadan, Ancestors

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • Five die in Ondo as govt confirms 24 cases of Lassa Fever
  • I’ll give my best to all Nigerians, Buhari tells APC South East leaders
  • We’ve won victory for public education ― el-Rufai
  • Patience Jonathan laments over demolished Abuja properties
  • Rivers govt accuses FG of planning amnesty for 32 fugitive cultists
  • Niger Delta Youths reject phasing out of amnesty programme
  • Yemi Kale heads FG committee on data collection harmonisation
  • Kogi Yoruba speaking reject cattle colony
  • 2019 presidency: Dankwambo suffers setback as campaign DG dumps PDP
  • Change your harsh stance on Buhari, Presidency begs Na’abba
  • Herdsmen: Nigerians protest in UK, submit letter to PM, charges Buhari to stop killings
  • 2019: INEC seeks UN support
  • PHOTOS OF FARM DESTRUCTION: Why Fulani herdsmen are after me —Falae
  • Benue gov rains curse on killers of his people
  • George Weah sworn in as Liberian president, completing historic transition of power
  • ‘My husband was murdered for loving me’
  • American sentenced to one year in Cambodian prison for raping boy
  • Facebook wants users to rank trusted news organisation
  • Teacher in court over alleged raping of neighbour’s daughter
  • Trader docked over alleged theft of items worth N59,300
  • Alleged N400m fraud: Metuh’s ill-health stalls trial, adjourns till Tuesday
  • Tricycle rider docked for alleged possession of local gun
  • FIRS rakes N4.03trn in 2017, surpasses 2016 collection by N720bn —Fowler
  • Nigeria’s Economic indicators strong —CBN Gov
  • CBN boosts forex market with $210m
  • Fidelity Bank urges entrepreneurs to embrace evolving business opportunities
  • NIGCOMSAT workers threaten strike
  • Labour Ministry to strengthen fight against child labour
  • ILO, OECD launch report on immigrants’ contribution to developing countries
  • Mass sack: NIM backs NLC, carpets el-Rufai

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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