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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, January 9, 2018

The Sun

  • Buhari orders IGP to relocate to Benue
  • Okorocha blasts Imo economic group
  • Minister laments 2,000mw idle electricity
  • Oyegun has exposed Buhari’s govt on board appointments –PDP
  • The Sun Award, a worthy honour – Emir Sanusi, Courage in Leadership winner
  • 2019: Kalu backs Buhari’s second term bid
  • Army declares manhunt for Boko Haram factional leader
  • Obiano warns herdsmen
  • Benue Massacre: Governor declares 3 days mourning for victims
  • Omoku residents demand to see Waney’s corpse
  • UN commends Nigeria on Boko Haram suspects’ trial, human rights
  • 2 brothers arrested in Benin for killing their grandmother for money ritual
  • Benue killings: Atiku vows to sue Unongo
  • FRSC urges motorists to avoid traveling during blurred visibility
  • Onu launches Roadmap 2030 on Science, Technology, Innovation
  • OAU starts lectures as students resume
  • We won’t take part in Delta LG poll rerun – APC
  • 200 arrested in anti-mafia operation in Italy, Germany
  • Devotees march around black Jesus Christ statue in Philippines
  • N’ Korea agrees to send athletes, cheer squad to Winter Olympics
  • In House of Reps, 2017 witnessed many bills, unfinished probes
  • Ibori’s elder statesmanship and Delta 2019
  • 2017: Year of daring moves, ad hoc committees, idle reports in Senate
  • Fuel scarcity: NNPC Ejigbo depot has one functional storage tank –IPMAN
  • FG nets N3tr from TSA
  • Egmont Group: Nigeria starts financial intelligence on clean slate
  • Move now or forget World Cup, Rohr tells Iheanacho, Musa
  • Foxes set to offload Iheanacho
  • Ndidi is Africa’s second most expensive player
  • At Golden Globes 2018 women dominate
  • We need to document our cultural heritage – Onunkwo, activist

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Atiku Threatens To Sue Unongo, Demands N200bn Damages
  • Keep Hope Alive, Experts Urge Parents Of Children With Sickle Cell Disorder
  • Benue: We’ve Not Done Enough For Herdsmen – FG
  • Trump Wins ‘Press Oppressor’ Award
  • Power, Works, Housing Minister Leads Federal, State Delegation To USA Builders’ Show
  • Maritime Varsity: 1 Million Itsekiri Youths To Storm NASS
  • Borno Doctors Issue 21-Day Ultimatum To Govt Over CONMESS
  • Afonja: The Kakanfo And Fall Of Oyo Empire
  • LIBYA: ISIS Fighters May Be Masquerading As Nigerian Returnees, Security Expert Alerts FG
  • JAMB To Remit Less Revenue To FG This Year — Oloyede
  • We Want To See Remains Of Don Waney, Frightened Omoku Women Tell Army
  • Power: FG Out With Policy Position To Evacuate Stranded 2,000MW
  • President Weah Must Show Good Example
  • Katsina Woman Delivers Self Of Quadruplets At Home
  • Yellow Fever Kills 9
  • In Calabar: Woman, 3 Children Die In Kerosene Fire
  • Arrest Culprits, Don’t Destroy Bayelsa Community, IYC Tells Military
  • Leicester ready to offload ‘N48m-a-week’ Iheanacho
  • NWF camps 32 wrestlers ahead of C/wealth Games
  • Access Bank Lagos Marathon: IAAF, CAA experts to lecture Nigerian journalists
  • Ahead 2018 C/wealth Games: Boxing Federation to decamp 16 boxers
  • African Handball Championship: Nigeria is ready for successful outing – Ocheho
  • 22 yrs after demise of patriarch: Paternity crisis rocks popular A’Ibom family
  • BENUE: The killings foretold and the ‘above the law’ herdsmen
  • Those who massacred our people are walking the streets free – Orbunde, Chief of Staff to Gov Ortom
  • New Year: Imo communities outline challenges
  • CBN to sanction banks, others for violation of payment system rules
  • Missing 4,501 fuel trucks to finance Buhari’s re-election — PDP
  • Nigeria’s Bonny light rises towards $70 per barrel
  • Union Bank’s Rights Issue records N9.94bn oversubscription

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Guardian

  • ‘How Nigerian ladies were sold to Arab men for N200,000 in Libya’
  • Government’s failure boosts illegal refineries’ operations in Niger Delta
  • Court rejects Malami’s bid to halt Senate probe over Maina
  • PDP raises query over missing 4,501 petroleum trucks
  • My CAF award, a gift to Nigerians, says Oshoala
  • 16,387 Nigerians repatriated from abroad, says FG
  • Label herdsmen terrorists or risk wrath of militias, group tells Buhari
  • Atiku demands N200b damages, retraction from Unongo
  • Kaduna teachers shun El-Rufai’s threat, begin strike
  • Nigeria moves to establish cattle colonies
  • Borno doctors threaten strike, give 21-day ultimatum
  • Use CHAN to prove your worth, Shorunmu tells Ezenwa
  • I have lost faith in CAF Awards, says Coach Izilien
  • Joshua set for heavyweight showdown with Parker
  • Joining Barcelona is a dream come true, says Coutinho
  • Chelsea coach heaps praises on outstanding Nigerian midfielder
  • Erico tasks Yusuf on choice of players for Morocco 2018 championship
  • FG gives DisCos investment work plan for unutilised power
  • Dangote Cement, Mobil lift NSE’s indices, as market cap hits N14tr mark
  • External reserves hit $40.4b, interbank market gets $210 million
  • ‘How Nigerian ladies were sold to Arab men for N200,000 in Libya’
  • 16,387 Nigerians repatriated from abroad, says FG
  • Label herdsmen terrorists or risk wrath of militias, group tells Buhari
  • Atiku demands N200b damages, retraction from Unongo
  • Kaduna teachers shun El-Rufai’s threat, begin strike
  • Nigeria moves to establish cattle colonies
  • Borno doctors threaten strike, give 21-day ultimatum
  • Russia sends warships close to Britain, again
  • Russia sends warships close to Britain, again
  • Benue Attacks – IG Of Police Is A Joke – Lawmaker
  • Army Confirms Death Of Notorious Kidnapper, Alleged Mastermind Of Rivers Attack
  • Coutinho says happy to be joining Barca
  • Use CHAN to prove your worth, Shorunmu tells Ezenwa
  • I have lost faith in CAF Awards, says Coach Izilien
  • Joshua set for heavyweight showdown with Parker
  • Joining Barcelona is a dream come true, says Coutinho
  • Chelsea coach heaps praises on outstanding Nigerian midfielder
  • Erico tasks Yusuf on choice of players for Morocco 2018 championship
  • Let’s forget about ‘Change’
  • FG gives DisCos investment work plan for unutilised power
  • Dangote Cement, Mobil lift NSE’s indices, as market cap hits N14tr mark
  • External reserves hit $40.4b, interbank market gets $210 million
  • The last fuel scarcity at Christmas?
  • Obiano warns armed nomads, Ondo rules out outlawing grazing
  • Lagos East leaders seek unity, support for Governor Ambode
  • APC will sweep South East, South South in 2019 polls, says Odigie-Oyegun

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Punch

  • Netanyahu’s son under fire after strip club tape
  • North, South Korea agree to restore military hotline
  • Benue killings: Should Miyetti Allah be banned?
  • Iheanacho needs to improve aspects of his play –Puel
  • Striking non-teaching workers cripple activities in varsities
  • I’m not under pressure to equal Toure record – Oshoala
  • Omisore is a tax defaulter, says Aregbesola
  • The prairies of Northern Nigeria
  • ‘ISIS fighters may be among Libya returnees’
  • Five ways to achieve privacy online
  • Chinese FA to sanction clubs over Aubameyang
  • Herdsmen killings: Buhari orders IG to relocate to Benue
  • Why Buhari will not act on Fulani herdsmen killings
  • Edo police arrest brothers for murder of grandmother
  • Buhari visits Abia today
  • Benue must modify grazing law for peace to reign –Miyetti Allah
  • Saraki appeals against CCT trial at Supreme Court
  • School teacher rapes 16-year-old daughter for four years
  • Robbers attack comic actor, Mr Ibu’s Lagos house …steal wristwatches, money, ATM cards, phones, laptops, clothes
  • Gunmen kidnap NCDMB employee, demand N30m ransom
  • Kerosene explosion kills mother, three children
  • Firefighters rescue 48-year-old from pit toilet
  • ICYMI: Policeman accused of killing son over missing money
  • Father, uncle allegedly rape daughter, 16, for four years

(www.punchng.com)

 

ThisDay

  • External Reserves Hit Four-year High of $40.4bn
  • Governors Meet with Ministers, Security Chiefs over Herdsmen/Farmers’ Clashes
  • Court Refuses AGF’s Application to Stop Senate Probe on Maina
  • Power Generation Still at 3,600MW Despite Repair of Escravos-Lagos Pipeline
  • Protect Rivers People or Resign, Amaechi Tells Wike
  • Gelegele Seaport Devt to Begin as Obaseki Signs MoU with China Harbour
  • Delta Polls: APC to Boycott By-election in Two Councils
  • Buhari, Osinbajo, APC Chieftains to Storm Abia Today for Political Rally
  • Army: Shekau in Terrible Health
  • Despite Threats of Sack, Kaduna Teachers Embark on Indefinite Strike
  • S’East, S’South Crucial to APC’s 2019 Plan, Says Oyegun
  • Apapa Port Declared 160% Increase in Agric Exports in 2017
  • FG: We Have 2,000MW of Idle Electricity for Industries, Manufacturers in Nigeria
  • DHQ, Garrison HQ Get New Spokesperson, Commander
  • Benue Commissioner Denies Claims by Herdsmen of Cattle Killing
  • 16,387 Nigerians Deported in 2017, Says Immigration CG
  • Peterside Hails Security Agencies for Killing Rivers Notorious Criminal
  • There’ll Be No Ban on Grazing, Says Ondo Govt
  • NAF Helicopter Suffers Mishap in North-east
  • LASG: Why We Haven’t Compensated Owners of Pen Cinema Buildings
  • Al-Mustapha Makes Surprise Appearance at Crusade Ground
  • Joshua, Parker Close to Sealing Heavyweight Unification Deal
  • Ondo: There’ll Be No Ban on Grazing
  • Obiano Warns Herdsmen against Carrying Weapons in Anambra
  • Sokoto to Distribute 400 Tricycles to Youths
  • Ondo: There’ll Be No Ban on Grazing

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • Man sentenced for marrying mother, daughter
  • I begged, prostrated before I had sex with my wife —Husband
  • She sleeps with younger men, beats and brandishes cutlass at me —Husband
  • I left him after I caught him naked, calling my name into a calabash —Wife
  • Benue killings: Sack IG, address Nigerians, Southern leaders tell Buhari
  • Poly Ibadan resumption: Our services remain withdrawn —Oyo striking staff
  • Our defeat in Anambra election surprising —Oyegun
  • Group organises free medical service in Ososami
  • Why we constructed Gbongan trumpet interchange bridge ―Aregebesola
  • Fashola threatens to deport Egbin MD over N125bn debt controversy
  • System collapse, NNPC completes repair of faulty gas pipeline
  • Mainagate: AGF asks court to stop NASS probe
  • Oyo targets N112bn IGR for 2018
  • Restructuring will end Nigeria’s myriads of problems —Kaka
  • DPR seals filling stations in Bauchi
  • Benue women protest against herdsmen attacks in black attires
  • Pen Cinema Flyover: Lagos allays fear of stakeholders over compensation
  • Zamfara gov reshuffles cabinet, appoints ALGON chairman commissioner
  • Maritime University: Malami wants to cause war in N/Delta, sack him now, group tells Buhari
  • DSIEC declares PDP winner in 22 LGs, reschedules Ughelli north, Ethiope east for Tuesday
  • FG returns 493 Nigerian emigrants stranded in Libya
  • Gov Gaidam approves N1.1bn for gratuity payments to 631 retirees
  • 2 killed, 3 wounded as police, Shiite clash in Kaduna
  • Oyo commences MNCH Week Monday
  • Cardiologists raise the alarm over prevalence of ‘hypertensive heart disease’
  • No hiding place for quackery in Anambra hospitals ―Commissioner
  • Ogoni clean-up: HYPREP gives progress report
  • NASA finds first direct proof of ozone hole recovery due to chemicals ban
  • Environment in 2017: Still much talk, little action from govt , says ERA
  • Changing waste management scene in Nigeria has economic, social benefits — Wagland
  • Snow in Sahara desert for third time in 40 years
  • Libya: 64 migrants feared dead in Mediterranean boat sinking, UN says
  • Couple found guilty of plotting ISIS-inspired UK terror attack
  • We’ll react appropriately if FG increases fuel price —NUPENG President
  • No white collar jobs again, Ngige warns
  • Fiscal autonomy/Independence of Judiciary: JUSUN laments Govs refusal to implement court ruling

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

The Nation

  • Abe condemns recent killings in Rivers
  • Herdsmen crisis: Buhari orders IGP Idris relocate to Benue
  • Police disperse Shiite protesters
  • 1,030 stranded Nigerians evacuated from Libya in two days
  • 16 governors offer five hectares each for cattle colonies
  • Humanitarian crisis as 40,000 are displaced in Benue after attacks
  • Foreign reserves rise to $40.4 billion
  • Govt bans open grazing to stop killings by herdsmen
  • Golden Globes 2018: Oprah wins Cecil B. DeMille Award
  • Golden Globes 2018: Full list of winners
  • Minimum wage: Labour expects delivery before third quarter
  • Ex-Osun council chair jailed six years for graft
  • 70-year-old Kwara school for upgrade
  • Why all-year round farming is impossible, by experts
  • Teenager attempts to ‘kill’ neighbour
  • Tornadoes supporters mobilise for new season
  • Neymar is most valuable player in Europe
  • Messi goes traditional with Mate drink
  • Barca new sign Coutinho out for three weeks
  • Georgia Oboh finishes third at Honda Golf Classic
  • Kenya to host ITTF in March after 29-years
  • Commonwealth Games: Nigeria to face Australia, New Zealand and Canada
  • Poly Ibadan: Workers defy resumption order, shut gates
  • NANS describes killings as ‘cruel’, condoles with victims, government
  • ASUU to EFCC: Release report of fraud finding on UniIlorin
  • Poly Ibadan reopens January 8
  • Kwara committee orders cut in Poly tuition fees
  • Nigerian varsities can be best in Africa – Prof Ogundipe
  • Non- academic staff strike not ending soon – SSANU

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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