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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Nigerian-Newspapers

Vanguard

  • N7trn lost annually as 282 ships vanish from ports – Senate, House Reps
  • NHIS: Adewole okays suspension of 8 officials
  • Apapa gridlock: NUPENG wants alternative loading depots for tankers
  • 2019: Fayose launches presidential ambition on social media
  • Alleged corruption: I’m ready to go to jail — Diezani
  • Breaking: PDP holds expanded caucus meeting, vows to unseat APC in 2019
  • ‘We have uncovered plot by some shameless members of Ohanaeze Ndigbo to allow Igbo to be massacred in the North’
  • Dasuki’s claim on Boko Haram false, says presidency
  • State of the nation: AbdulSalam, Sultan, Onaiyekan, Ukiwe, Kukah, Amuka, others brain storm in Abuja
  • Naira appreciates at NAFEX as CBN injects $195/$
  • Restructuring And The Challenge Of Governance Competence
  • Ex-Drug Addict Turn Deaconess, Inaugurates, Rehabilitates Centre
  • Oil Theft: A’Court Upholds 5-Yr Sentence On Nine Foreigners
  • Calabar Explosion Death Toll Rises
  • 12 Killed In Maiduguri Suicide Bomb Attacks
  • Negotiate With Boko Haram As You Did With Niger Delta Militants, Borno Elders Tell FG
  • Mourinho Pleased As ‘Top Striker’ Lukaku Opens Account
  • ‎Immigration Officer Sues Interior Minister, Para-Military Board Over Promotion
  • Hunt For Militants In Delta: Traders, Transporters Protest Alleged Destruction Of Goods By Soldiers
  • I’ll Rather Sacrifice Myself Than Lose Any Taraba Citizen — Gov Ishaku
  • FG To Address Housing Deficit With N1trn, Says Oyegun
  • Building Collapse: Stakeholders Want SON To Create Specialized Dept For Building Materials
  • Landlord Allegedly Collects N5m From Badoo Gang To Kill Family Of 5
  • Waec Result 2017: 214,952 Students Cheated
  • Generator Fumes Kill Couple In Cross River Community
  • Kanu offers to bring Enyeama back to Eagles
  • SWAN declares 3-day mourning for late Bekom
  • Wood, others hit Lagos for freestyle football
  • Anambra Poll: Primaries: Agbaso serves Obiano with August 17 date
  • Anambra poll: Zoning becomes an issue again
  • Anambra poll: APC Primaries: Rigging fears cloud con

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • Mourinho pleased as Lukaku scores first goal
  • Police arrest mum over death of son
  • Klopp backs Sturridge to fire for Liverpool
  • Egypt to end visas on arrival for Qataris
  • Labour suspends indefinite strike in Nasarawa
  • Nigerians worry PDP will go down – Jonathan
  • Soldier shoots superior dead after reprimand for cell phone use
  • Attacks on FRSC operatives: Enough is enough, says Oyeyemi
  • Father butchers son, dumps him in Ogun bush
  • Kelly denies holding women captive
  • Erdogan to visit Qatar, Saudi amid Gulf crisis
  • Minister suspends eight more NHIS top officials, HMOs tackle Yusuf
  • Nigeria needs repackaging not restructuring, says Okorocha
  • Praying for economic recovery
  • Let’s leave Buhari alone
  • Singapore voids marriage after husband’s sex change
  • Buhari’s minister visits Makarfi in PDP headquarters
  • Lagos govt stops vacation teaching over fear of kidnappers
  • Open letter to South West govs: This house has fallen
  • Fraudsters operate five Facebook accounts in Lagos CP’s name
  • FRSC shooting: IG, prosecute Abia speaker, killer cops
  • How Becker lost £100m investments in Nigeria
  • Germans intensify Ujah chase, City drop Iheanacho
  • Shameful! Suicide is still a crime in Nigeria
  • I covered my husband’s mouth with pillow while assassin stabbed him to death – Wife
  • Pressure mounts on PDP to sanction Sheriff, others
  • ‘Akeredolu ‘ll soon be sacked’
  • Detained UNIBEN student tells SUG how church member died
  • How Diezani, others diverted NNPC’s $1.8bn –FG
  • LG worker detained for sharing name with UK-based woman

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Guardian

  • Reps move to stop loss of N7tr yearly on high seas
  • Anonymous Nigerians own, operate 200 private jets locally
  • Senate blames Customs, Immigration for N7 trillion smuggled goods yearly
  • National Assembly, ACBF sign $1.3 million capacity building deal for legislators
  • TSTV launches new satellite into Nigerian Broadcasting service
  • Egypt to end visas on arrival for Qataris
  • Philippines’ Duterte seeks martial law extension in south
  • Call for Boko Haram peace talks masks ethnic tensions
  • Lawmakers pledge to strengthen fight against drug-related crimes
  • Army tasks personnel on weapon handling, map reading
  • Appeal Court upholds conviction of foreigners over crude oil theft
  • Klopp backs Sturridge to fire for Liverpool
  • Mourinho pleased as Lukaku scores first Manchester United goal
  • No club will pay €222m for Neymar, Barca’s official says
  • Nigeria’s men draw DR Congo, Mali, Cote d’Ivoire
  • IAAF suspends Fredericks over alleged corruption
  • Despite all odds, Oboh hopes for success in Las Vegas
  • Economy: Lend to rather than borrow from IMF
  • Knocks on Reps over Treasury Looters Bill
  • PPA fixes July 22 for primaries, Ezeemo joins race
  • Court strikes out Akeredolu’s appeal against Abraham
  • APC wins all 21 council seats in Kebbi, PDP protests
  • British inflation slows to 2.6%
  • Dollar sinks as Trump health care blow fuels tax reform fears
  • Online decor mall homeWox.ng debuts in Nigeria
  • Floods: How NASS is chasing the wind
  • As Akin Osinbajo takes silk
  • When next I visit the barber’s shop…
  • Bollywood superstars dazzle at India film awards
  • ‘Apes’ swings to top of US box office
  • Tatu set for July 22 premiere at Eko Hotel
  • Can a High Court sit with assessors?
  • Court adjourns suit against Lagos to October 11
  • Businessman files committal action against church
  • Woman, police bicker over child’s trafficking
  • Mich Straaw: Once A Struggling Dyslexic, Now A Songwriter
  • Japanese engineers develop headset-less VR system

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • Power of Confirmation: Senate Unfazed by Presidency’s Decision to Head to…
  • CBN Sells $195m to Banks
  • Okorocha Kicks against Restructuring of Nigeria
  • Integrity Group Recants, Exonerates Amaechi from Corruption Charges
  • Ijaw Youths Decry Military ‘Invasion’ of Bayelsa Towns
  • New ALGON Boss Pays Worker’s Salary Arrears
  • FG, NDDC Move to Revitalise Abandoned Rice Mills
  • Afenifere Secretary: FG Sponsors Opposition to 2014 Confab Report
  • Naval Chief: Nigeria Requires $1.3bn to Secure Territorial Waters
  • Dickson Asks Sheriff to Support Makarfi
  • SERAP Urges FG to Sue Ex-govs Deputies over N40bn Double Pay,…
  • Cairo Ojougboh: We’re Still Members of PDP
  • Nine People Confirmed Dead in Calabar Tank Farm Explosion
  • Crude Oil Price Inches up to $49 as US Drilling Declines
  • 12 Killed in Suicide Attacks in Borno
  • WAEC Records 70% Pass in 2017 WASSCE
  • FG: We Can’t Allow Drones on Our Airspace Uncontrolled, Unregulated
  • Okorocha Kicks against Restructuring of Nigeria
  • FG Unveils $1m Venture Capital to Boost Creative Industry
  • Malala Calls for Declaration of Emergency in Nigeria’s Education
  • Presidency: Dasuki’s Claim on Boko Haram, Attempt to Rewrite History
  • Integrity Group Recants, Exonerates Amaechi from Corruption Charges
  • APC Sweeps Chairmanship Seats in Kebbi LG Polls
  • APC National Legal Adviser, Banire Raises the Alarm over Threat to Life
  • Osinbajo: FG to Bring Down Cost of Aviation Fuel
  • Dogara Laments N7tn Annual Losses to Insecurity in Maritime Sector
  • Ijaw Youths Decry Military ‘Invasion’ of Bayelsa Towns
  • Bola Tinubu Drums up Support for Ganduje’s Second Term
  • Women Affairs Minister Seeks Gender Quota in Politics, Governance
  • World Bank Moves Commits $350m to Fight Chronic Malnutrition in Nigeria
  • Smuggling Threatens $7Bn Investment in Rice Production, Says Senate President
  • New ALGON Boss Pays Worker’s Salary Arrears
  • NBA Inaugurates Nine Committees for Effective Performance
  • Senate President in Sokoto, Condoles Wamakko over Lawmaker’s Death
  • Rebranding: MPPP Changes Name to Mega Party of Nigeria
  • Edo Mourns Justice Obaseki
  • FG, NDDC Move to Revitalise Abandoned Rice Mills
  • Wike Calls for the Amendment of UBEC Act to Accommodate Senior Secondary Schools
  • Five Arraigned over Enugu Herdsmen Attack
  • LASG Trains 380 RRS Operatives on Emergency Response, CPR

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • Health workers threaten to shut down medical facilities nationwide
  • VC begs FG for relocation of herdsmen, cattles from UNIABUJA campus
  • Minister of Health suspends more NHIS officers
  • Malala visits Osinbajo, calls for emergency declaration on education
  • 22% pass as WAEC releases May/June 2017
  • CBN boosts forex supply with $195m
  • Fayose confirms opening social media platforms for 2019 presidential bid
  • Drones can carry explosives ―FG
  • Nigeria to adopt remote piloted aircraft to easy service delivery
  • FG to harmonise road signages in 36 states
  • Lagos launches Community TV to scale up grassroots development
  • Walter Samuel Nkanu Onnoghen, Chief Justice of Nigeria.
  • Lawyers’ show of indiscipline worries NBA
  • Oyo govt resuscitates Fashola farms, other
  • Paris club refund: Money yet to hit our account —Oyo govt
  • Ekiti acknowledges receipt of Paris Club refund
  • Communities threaten showdown with Ondo state government
  • No Paris Club loan refund yet — Ondo govt
  • I had rigorous sex with my husband before killing him, mother of 3 confesses
  • Political Polarization Deepens in Turkish Commemoration of Defeated Coup
  • Iran’s Revolutionary Guards warn US against terrorist designation, new sanctions
  • Cameroon elite army boat capsizes leaving many missing
  • We partner Dizengoff Nigeria to train tractor owners, operators on use of new farm machines —CASE H Product specialist
  • FG, ABUAD, Ekiti govt to enter partnership in rice, yam production
  • Biotechnology is being misinterpreted —EPISON National President
  • Countries set universal measures to reverse ocean deterioration
  • Kogi urges residents to protect water facilities
  • Stakeholders meet towards forest rehabilitation in Nigeria
  • NCS restates commitment to excellence, holds 13th Conference
  • FG committed to re-positioning of NIPOST – Post-Master General
  • Cyber security: ITU lists top 10 African countries with huge potential
  • NLC, NUT, NULGE, MHWUN demand comprehensive LG autonomy-Want teachers’ salaries on first line charge
  • Aisha Buhari, NDE train 357 women on income generating activities
  • NECA anniversary: Says unemployment figure is worrisome
  • Low growth in fixed broadband penetration to persist in Africa – Dataxis
  • The house I must not enter again – Gegun of Ayetoro-Ile
  • Attackers of sacked Baale of Olode arraigned, granted bail
  • Oyo to empower 717 rice, cassava farmers

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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