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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Punch

  • Buhari seeks repatriation of loot, signs agreement with Switzerland
  • National Assembly begins public hearing on 2018 budget today
  • 22 houses: My probe by presidential panel illegal, says Ekweremadu
  • Five die in fresh Fulani crisis in Benue
  • Nigerian investors’ plight worsens as MMM founder Mavrodi dies at 62
  • Danjuma’s comments: We’ve got reports of soldiers misconduct but none from Taraba, says FG
  • European bank to finance solar power in Nigeria, others
  • We are still screening 111,981 withheld UTME results –JAMB
  • FG targets N5bn from measurement equipment licensing fees
  • Govt to empower 10,000 rice, cassava farmers with N2.5bn
  • Police refuse to arrest IPMAN member after issuing dud cheques
  • Arewa, Ohanaeze youths, others meet, say Buhari has failed
  • Lagos council chairmen back Ambode for second term
  • Some Lagos residents to experience four-hour outage today
  • Police ban Anambra politicians, others from using sirens
  • Protesting students shut down MAPOLY
  • Urhobo union salutes Okagbare
  • Relocate your cows, UNIJOS VC tells staff
  • My fight with Parker will make history – Joshua

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Nation

  • Danjuma’s kinsmen relive how troops aided herdsmen
  • Order of polls: Court verdict on April 25
  • TSA accruals now N 8.9tr, says Adeosun
  • ‘N130b loot’: Govt may release more evidence against Jonathan
  • Milost cancels $1b Unity Bank stake plan
  • Aviation security personnel set to bear arms at airports
  • Dudafa: I didn’t know Patience Jonathan was perm sec
  • APC ‘won’t discuss tenure elongation at today’s NEC meeting’
  • Guns given to herdsmen by politicians, says Methodist Prelate
  • MMM founder Mavrodi dies of heart attack
  • Caverton Helicopters unveils new fleet
  • Nigeria completely directionless, says Wike
  • Ikpeazu: Get your voter’s cards ready
  • Kashamu petitions INEC over Ogun PDP exco
  • 82-year-old remanded for alleged N41m fraud

(www.thenationonlneng.net)

 

Vanguard

  • Last 3-yrs has been turbulent for Nigeria, Buhari laments
  • FG released N2.5trn for capital projects in 2016, 2017— Budget Office DG
  • Rescue Leah Sharibu now, Northern Christian group begs Buhari
  • TSA Probe: CBN Paid N7.6bn To MDAs Without My Authorisation — AGF
  • NLNG, NAPIMS, Shell, Total, Agip Move Toward FID On $10bn LNG Trains 7, 8 Project
  • Celebration Of Forests, Opportunity To Raise Awareness On Importance Of Types Of Woodlands, Trees – NCF DG
  • Alleged Fraud: First Nation Airline MD Granted N10m Bail
  • Aiteo Meets With Ex-Militants, Youths Over Illegal Oil Bunkering
  • Nigeria Needs Clear Blueprint For Economic Diversification — Sahara Group
  • 75 Year-Old Man Commits Suicide Over Wife’s Alleged Infidelity
  • Cleric Collects N11.8m ‘Bride Price’ From Man, Gives Daughter To Another
  • Commonwealth Games: Ghana, Scotland, Isle Of Man First To Hit Games Village
  • A-Ibom Threatens To Revoke Road Contract Over Poor Performance
  • Bayelsa Law Stipulates 20 Years Jail Term For Cultists
  • 2019: ‘Non-Indigenes Being Mobilized For Okowa’s Re-Election’

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Guardian

  • Court to deliver judgment in suit over election sequence April 25
  • Forgive our mistakes, PDP begs Nigerians
  • Danjuma’s statement, a call to anarchy, says APC, Yakassai
  • ‘Serbia test will be tougher than Poland’
  • ‘Nigeria will thrive when every Nigerian is able to thrive’
  • Nigeria’s journey under me turbulent, Buhari confesses
  • Fast-track road markings, directional signs, FCT minister orders transport secretariat
  • Mob chases driver into stream after lorry crushes okada rider
  • Akure monarch, others task police to find missing daughter of MFM pastor
  • Cleric docked for allegedly collecting N11.7m from daughter’s suitor, reneging on agreement
  • Lagos CJ commissions solar power plants for courts
  • Nigeria vs Serbia Preview: Super Eagles set for tricky tie
  • Marymount pupils thrill parents at inter-house meet
  • Bendel Insurance project will galvanise other clubs, says Dudu-Orumen
  • Travelplus unveils attractive packages for Russia 2018 fans
  • Troost-Ekong commits one per cent of salary to charity
  • Ministry suspends George, inaugurates committee to investigate drugs violation charges against AFN’s vice president
  • Nigeria’s fragile economic recovery
  • Experts advocate use of media, technology to build Nigeria’s reputation
  • FIRS chairman, Fowler lauds Osun State’s revenue drive
  • ASO Savings denies $250m equity capital
  • Cronos Airline launches direct Port Harcourt-Accra flights
  • AMCON, the most important weapon set up to avert economic collapse, says Ahmed Kuru
  • Northern, southern youth leaders say Buhari’s government has failed
  • Obasanjo, WIMPol task women on participation in politics
  • Watch Visuals For Enimoney’s – “Diet” Featuring Reminisce, Tiwa Savage And Slim Case

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Vanguard

  • Military aiding herdsmen against us, Taraba residents allege
  • Rescue Leah Sharibu now, Northern Christian group begs Buhari
  • FG released N2.5trn for capital projects in 2016, 2017— Budget Office DG
  • Breaking: Call for my removal belongs to history – Oyegun
  • Last 3-yrs has been turbulent for Nigeria, Buhari laments
  • ive killed as herdsmen waylay, open fire on unsuspecting victims in Benue
  • Why we oppose re-ordering of 2019 election sequence, AGF, INEC tell court
  • ‘…If Morocco Joins ECOWAS, Nigeria Will Disintegrate’
  • Photos: APC Caucus Meeting At State House
  • Russia To Retaliate Expulsion Of Diplomats By U.S.
  • Ground Rent: Delta Task Force Warns Landlords Against Fake Receipts
  • Epidemic Looms As Refuse Heaps Take Over Benin Markets
  • Linda Brown Who Ended US School Segregation Dies
  • Nigerian Bank Wins ‘Best Bank In Women Entrepreneurs Empowerment Award’ In U.S.
  • McCain To Deliver Verdict On Trump In Memoirs
  • ‘Why HND Programmes Should Be Scrapped’
  • Putin Vows To Punish Those Responsible For Tragic Mall Fire In Kemerovo
  • Sierra Leone’s Presidential Run-Off Now March
  • NDLEA Impounds 159m Tablets Of Tramadol
  • Buhari Steps Up Mechanism To Retrieve Stolen Assets
  • FIRS Boss Allays Fear Over IMF, World Bank Reports
  • One-Legged Robbery Suspect Found Inside Ceiling
  • 2019: Okorocha’s Son-In-Law Targets PDP Members

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

The Sun

  • PDP to Nigerians: We’re sorry
  • 1 killed as police foil robbery in Delta
  • Nigeria completely directionless –Wike
  • Anxiety in Transport Ministry, NIMASA over $429m security contract
  • There’s plot to discredit me –Jonathan
  • Abuja market demolition: Protesters block airport road
  • MMM founder dies of heart failure
  • It’s been 3 turbulent years –Buhari
  • Election sequence saga: Senators insist on overriding Buhari’s veto
  • …Accord, NASS, INEC know fate April 25
  • APC: Tinubu absent as Buhari, national caucus meet
  • NDLEA arrests AAU graduate with 762 Kg of Cannabis
  • 9 killed in Borno community fire
  • Media vital to development, says Gov. Ahmed
  • Lagos: Senators, LG chairmen endorse Ambode for second term
  • Kudos, knocks greet apology
  • Amaechi ignores presidential directive on NPA, NIMASA dollar charges
  • CPC warns NERC over illegal electricity bills, unlawful disconnections
  • FAAN gets FG’s approval to arm airport security
  • CAF, NFF celebrate Taribo West @ 44
  • Super Falcons get 40,000 Euros for France friendly
  • Man U blocks Tosin Kehinde from Eagles training

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Remorseful PDP Asks Nigerians for Forgiveness
  • MT Mbu’s Book Accuses Obasanjo of Giving Bakassi Away for Nobel…
  • Jonathan Denies N100bn was Moved to His Residence by CBN
  • Oyegun: Call for My Removal Belongs to History
  • States’ Debts Exceed 50% of Their Annual Revenue, Warns FRC
  • Herdsmen Attack Benue Villages Again, Kill Five
  • Kwara Gov, Others Pledge Support for IPI Congress 2018
  • Middle East Tensions Support Crude Oil Price at $70 Per Barrel
  • Again, Bill Gates Rebukes FG, Says Nigeria Not Investing in Young People
  • Parents Divided as Student Refuses to Go Back to Dapchi School
  • Taraba Killings: More Facts Emerge on How Ishaku’s Complaints Against Army Were Ignored
  • Lagos Declares 28-day Limit for Processing Building Approval Permit
  • Wike: Danjuma Spoke the Truth, FG Has Destroyed Security in Nigeria
  • Northern Christian Group Urges Buhari to Ensure Release of Sharibu, Chibok Girls
  • Aviation Security Personnel to Bear Arms
  • Buhari Inaugurates National Food Security Council, Promises to Halt Smuggling, Dumping
  • Kashamu Asks INEC to Comply with Judgments
  • FIRS Boss: Aregbesola Has Raised Osun’s IGR by over 30%
  • Protesting Traders Block Abuja Airport Road
  • Cultists to Spend 20 Years Behind Bars in Bayelsa
  • Buhari to Chair 10th Bola Tinubu Colloquium Thursday
  • Magu Seeks Partnership with Judiciary in Fight against Graft
  • Uba Commends FG, Security Agents for Release of Dapchi Girls
  • LASG: Security Initiatives Have Helped Reduced Crime
  • Barde Urges Gombe People to go out and Register, Collect their PVC

(www.thisdaylive.co)

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