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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Thisday

  • LIRS Chairman, Subair, Explains Rationale for Hike in Land Use Charge
  • Despite Heavy Security Presence, Herdsmen Continue Killing Spree in Benue
  • ARISE Fashion Week Back With 45 Designers from 16 Nations
  • Oil Production Cost Per Barrel Down to $20, Says NNPC
  • Security Operatives Invade Residence of Ex- Acting NIA DG, Dauda
  • Tax Evasion: FG Targets Property Owners in Abuja, Lagos
  • Constitution Review: Rivers Assembly Approves 9, Reject 6 Amendments
  • Malabu: Italy Court Postpones Trial of Eni, Shell to May 14
  • Smile Holdings Raises Concern over Sale of 9mobile, Calls for Review
  • Buratai: Why Buhari Okayed Massive Military Expansion in All Regions
  • TCN: Discos Still Limiting Volume of Electricity Supply to Nigerian Homes, Offices
  • Obasanjo: I Wish My Parents Didn’t Die Early
  • IPI Seeks Release of Detained Journalist
  • Saraki: Education, Trade, Creativity Vital to Good Governance in Africa
  • US: Nigeria’s 2019 General Election Our Major Priority
  • Former DMO DG Proffers Solutions to Sustainable Education Funding
  • Court Denies Six Herdsmen Bail over Benue Attack
  • Saraki Directs Senate Panel to Investigate Zamfara Killings
  • Russian Citizens in Nigeria to Vote in Presidential Election March 10 & 18
  • Court Restrains Kaduna State Govt from Any Action against Hunkuyi’s Residence
  • Witness Reveals How Kalu Paid Millions into Slok’s Account
  • Tribunal Dismisses APP’s Petition against Obiano
  • Muslim Cleric, Two Others Arrested as Police Foil Kidnap Attempt
  • NIM Leader, Jolayemi, Calls for Buhari’s Resignation
  • Why Akanu Ibiam Airport has not enjoyed full international certification by Minister
  • Ohuabunwa: APC Govt Values Animal More than Human Lives
  • No Automatic Tickets For You In APGA, Obiano Tells Anambra Lawmakers
  • BRT Crushes Primary School Pupil in Lagos
  • Afe Babalola: Bad Leadership Has Turned Nigerians into Beggars
  • Fashola Says 90 Million Nigerians Lack Electricity Supply
  • Land Use Charge: Payment is Only 0.076% of the 60% of the Value of…
  • NHRC Commences Probe of Hate Speech in South-South
  • Lagos, UK Firm Sign N2.52bn MoU to Provide 10,000 Street Lights
  • Buhari: World Bank Commits Additional $3m for Establishment of Six Technology Hubs

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Charge any Fulani man with AK-47 to court – Buhari
  • 81st Birthday: My major regrets in life — Obasanjo
  • Adamawa, Borno, Yobe govs frustrating efforts to end Boko Haram, Clark tells Buhari
  • Chaos as BRT bus cuts off school boy’s head
  • Hate speech: Lawyers, media group fault Senate on death sentence
  • Tax evasion: FG, States go after property owners in Magodo, Lekki, Ikoyi etc
  • Again five feared dead as herdsmen attack Benue community
  • Russia 2018: Super Eagles is representing Africa in World Cup – Weah
  • 2019: APGA Promises Fair, Transparent Primaries
  • Sri Lanka Declares Emergency To Quell Anti-Muslim Riots
  • Suicide Bomber On Bicycle Kills Three In Maiduguri
  • Lassa Fever Deaths Rise To 110 In Nigeria – Official
  • Under Jonathan What Did State Of Emergency Achieve?, Adesina Asks Clark
  • Gunmen Kill One Herdsman, 15 Cows In Plateau
  • Women Wash Hands More Thoroughly Than Men -Study
  • 2019: INEC Inaugurates Task Teams To Drive Elections’ Projects Plan In Ebonyi
  • Bollywood Actors, Fans Post Speedy Recovery Messages For “Slumdog Millionaire” Star
  • Burkina Faso Leader Pledges To Fight Jihadists After Attacks
  • Charge Any Fulani Man With AK-47 To Court – Buhari
  • Ganduje Visits Ibrahim Little In Kaduna
  • No Gas Flaring In Egina Project – Total
  • Shell Harps On EIA
  • How Deplorable Power Supply Stifles Investments In Nigeria
  • Court Remands 6 Herdsmen In Prison Over Benue New Year Day Attacks
  • Unchecked Oral Health Disease Can Lead To Death — EXPERTS
  • United lucky to escape from Palace-Mourinho
  • Imama not scared of relegation
  • Heartland coach Ramson Madu Faces sack
  • Ike Thankgod recalls playing moments with Chinedu Udoji
  • Rangers ‘Oracle’ shocks his former employers

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • Suicide bomber kills three CJTF members in Borno
  • 12 million girls become child brides yearly – UNICEF
  • Nigeria’s 2019 elections our major priority – US
  • Liver cirrhosis, liver cancer and detoxification
  • What happened to Buhari’s human feelings?
  • Saudi offers to fund new Iraq football stadium
  • How to secure communications on your smartphone
  • VAIDS: No extension of March 31 deadline – FG
  • Hoodlums attack PDP chiefs’ houses in Kogi
  • My parents’ early death, my major regret, says Obasanjo @ 81
  • BREAKING: 16 killed in fresh herdsmen, farmers clash in Benue
  • N36m snake: EFCC arrests JAMB official’s accomplices
  • EFCC gets court order to arrest Leo Ogor
  • WeChat accounts cross one billion mark
  • Father, son arrested for selling drugs to pupils
  • BREAKING: 16 killed in fresh herdsmen, farmers clash in Benue
  • Father, son arrested for selling drugs to pupils
  • Youths kill policeman in Anambra
  • I turned prayer warrior in kidnappers’ den – Freed APC campaigner
  • Youths protest as vehicle kills one in Ondo
  • Protesters block Lagos expressway as BRT kills pupil
  • Police arrest five for national ID card fraud
  • Police, NSCDC to provide security for schools in North East – IGP
  • EFCC gets court order to arrest Leo Ogor
  • Declare state of emergency in Borno, Yobe, Adamawa, Clark tells Buhari
  • Five govs, 20 senators’ll join us – SDP
  • EFCC re-arraigns Alao-Akala, two others over alleged N11.5bn fraud
  • Buhari to visit Benue, Yobe, Zamfara, Rivers, Taraba states
  • Osinbajo defends Buhari, says nepotism allegations unfounded
  • APC will soon die, says Secondus
  • Poll timetable: APC chief drags N’Assembly to court
  • Edo LG polls: APC wins in all LGAs, PDP kicks
  • Stocks advance by N229bn, Caverton, Japaul lead gainers
  • VAIDS: Politicians, high profile individuals lobby FG for extension
  • We’ve informed Buhari of new draft revenue formula – RMAFC

(www.punchng.com)

 

The nation

  • Obstruction of justice: Court dismisses Tarfa’s no-case submission
  • North Korea leader ‘wants closer ties’ with South
  • Buhari: why I don’t rush to visit violence-hit areas
  • Dapchi kidnap terrible, says U.S.
  • Tax: Govt targets property owners in highbrow areas
  • We won’t depend on import again, says President
  • EFCC re-arraigns Alao-Akala, two others for alleged N11.5b fraud
  • IPI seeks Independent reporter Ezimakor’s release
  • Obasanjo rues death of his parents
  • Cost of unending executive, legislature stand-off
  • EFCC secures order to arrest House Minority Leader Ogor over constituency projects
  • Wike’s penchant for lies may destroy him, says Peterside
  • APC, Okowa, Kalu greet ex-president
  • Law students honour Boroffice
  • Fed Govt: kidnapping is evil
  • Dreams come true, says Nigerian Arsenal fans after Emirates tour
  • Everton ready to offer Wenger soft landing
  • Football fan arrested for masturbating during match
  • Joshua vs Deontay $250m bout for Las Vegas
  • Former Celtic striker reveals nightmare in Glasgow
  • Footballer David Astori, 31, found dead in Italy
  • Lagos 2018 Fencing Championship: Nigeria bag bronze, to appear on medals’ table

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Tribune

  • ITF DG says workers’ poor attitude to duty impeding productivity
  • Group, lawmaker drums support for Ambode’s 2nd Term
  • Lagos completes 2 million-gallon-per-day water project in Badagry
  • PDP chieftain urges gov El-Rufai to reinstate over 4,000 sacked district heads
  • Senator Ohuabunwa flags-off rehabilitation of Arochukwu-Ohafia road
  • PDP not bothered about members defection ―Fayose
  • Obasanjo@81: He’s a stabilising force sustaining Nigeria’s unity ―Omisore
  • Lawmaker lauds FG’s response to abandoned projects, commends Osun govt
  • Pay Super Eagles early for good performance —President Weah
  • Nigerian engineers must be ready to resist expatriates’ domination —NSE chairman
  • Adeyemi students in violent protest over the killing of a colleague
  • Court nullifies Kogi Oba’s appointment
  • NIMASA N3.4bn fraud: Court adjourns trial to March 27
  • EFCC re-arraigns Alao-Akala, 2 others over alleged N11.5bn fraud
  • Florida Senate rejects ban on assault weapons, votes to arm teachers
  • 4 killed, 24 injured in Poland apartment building collapse
  • Man who shot himself in front of White House is dead ―Secret Service
  • Italians vote in tight general election
  • SMES: China Development Bank, UBA sign $100m deal
  • Elumelu honoured with 2017 Philanthropist of the Year Award
  • Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun
  • VAIDS: Adeosun advises taxpayers to demand written notice from officials
  • Nigeria exported N232.05bn finished goods in 2017
  • FG’s agric policy has enriched more farmers ―Tomato growers
  • Sokoto govt introduces more incentives for wheat, sesame farmers
  • Buhari’s visit to Taraba, Benue, others is afterthought, vote-seeking ―Fayose
  • Buhari, Weah meet in Aso Rock •Seeks 6,000 teachers from Nigeria

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

Guardian

  • Lassa fever deaths rise to 110 in Nigeria
  • Buhari bows to pressure, to visit five troubled states
  • FG’s N24b monthly oil subsidy fictitious, PDP alleges
  • FG lifts ban on promotion of directors of admin in civil service
  • Weah visits Buhari, wants Eagles to prepare well for World Cup
  • Netanyahu says Saudi to open airspace to India-Israel flights
  • Three dead, 17 injured in Maiduguri suicide attack
  • Reps probe N23bn disbursement to ASUU
  • Osun lawmaker lauds FG for heeding calls on abandoned projects
  • Abia NLC faults Imo Assembly for voting against council autonomy
  • Burst pipe abandoned for weeks on Ladipo market road
  • Pochettino eyes defining Spurs moment
  • Man United got lucky admits Mourinho
  • Nigeria wins second bronze as Egypt tops medals’ table
  • Eagle House wins Ladybird’s inter-house competition
  • Stakeholders want support for Dolphin Swimming League
  • Plateau, Akwa United set for Tunisia’s Etoile du Sahel, Libya’s Al-Ittihad
  • Group holds forum for women in Abuja tomorrow
  • Enyo trains technicians in automobile maintenance
  • ‘Only 43% of Nigerians are banked’
  • Vindicated on the illegality of post – UTME
  • Chibok and Dapchi girls: The whoredom of karma
  • Nigeria must restructure now or face disintegration soon, says Opadokun
  • Dickson: The metaphorical historian
  • NIM leader, Jolayemi, calls for Buhari’s resignation
  • WeChat Boss, “Pony” Ma, Is China’s Richest Man
  • Ycee Releases Video For “Say Bye Bye” Featuring Eugy
  • An Open Letter To The Nigerian Woman

(www.guardian.ng)   

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