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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, November 14, 2017

The Nation

  • Court remands man, 65, for alleged homosexuality in Niger
  • Onu, Elechi, Nwachukwu others sue for peace, unity in Ebonyi APC at conciliatory parley
  • Manchester United’s dip in form made it tough for me to score – Lukaku
  • President Buhari updated on 2017 Hajj, NCC activities
  • Ogoni clean-up: Rivers lawmaker calls for patience with FG
  • Manchester City not invincible, Wenger insists
  • Minister supports Kogi Governor on fiscal discipline, urges ASUP shelve strike
  • Oyo Police chief denies shooting female workers of IAR&T
  • Lagos Assembly passes Cooperative College Bill
  • Zuma again denounces ‘monopoly’ white economic power
  • Nigeria receives $64.63m from sale of power to Benin, Niger Republics
  • 7 students arrested in Kano for culpable homicide
  • PDP throws race open as consensus talks collapse
  • Education ‘needs N1tr annually’
  • Buhari okays El-Rufai’s planned sack of teachers
  • Manchester United’s dip in form made it tough for me to score – Lukaku
  • Manchester City not invincible, Wenger insists
  • ‘Why we chose Agege Stadium for continental matches’
  • ACCW: First Bank wins game two, meets GSP today
  • Italy Miss First World Cup in 60 years
  • Group clamour for the completion of Enyimba Stadium
  • Gombe Bulls records first continental win
  • UI produces first History first class graduate in 69 years
  • Auchi Polytechnic joins ASUP nationwide strike
  • Polytechnic lecturers begin strike on Monday
  • ‘Kaduna electric spent N100m to install Usman Danfodio university transformer’
  • Drug abuse: Unilag gets test kit for students
  • Social Media Summit holds November 18
  • UNILAG to admit only 8,000 – outgoing VC
  • HEN Foundation screens 393 women for Cervical, Breast Cancer
  • HIV awareness campaign at Seme border
  • ‘Education, others can transform health sector’
  • Allegations of rigging dog Anambra polls
  • ‘Obaze ‘ll bring positive changes to Anambra’
  • PDP chairman aspirants to sign peace accord – Dokpesi
  • UI produces first History first class graduate in 69 years
  • Video: Buhari raises alarm over state of education
  • JAMB meets with ‘critical stakeholders’ to review UTME
  • Polytechnic lecturers begin strike on Monday

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Punch

  • Ndume can resume on Wednesday – Senate
  • Manchester City not invincible – Wenger
  • BREAKING: Nigeria’s debt stock hits N20.37tn
  • Umahi bars party logos, symbols as Buhari visits Ebonyi
  • Woman fakes kidnap to be with lover
  • Falana to sue FG after road accident
  • VIDEO: IPOB threatens to attack Buhari
  • BREAKING: Appeal Court reserves judgment on FG’s appeal against Saraki’s acquittal by CCT
  • Relief for snakebite victims as anti-venom vials arrive Nigeria
  • Iran declares day of mourning for quake victims
  • We all have our roots in Lagos, Yayi tells critics in Ogun
  • Is another revolution imminent in the Nigerian church?
  • Buhari: Nigeria has no business with D-8
  • Power distributors to pay interest on N120bn debt – FG
  • Nigeria among countries with cheapest communications costs — NCC
  • Driver flees after killing pilot
  • Woman breaks maid’s head over missing jewellery
  • Lagos ‘policeman’ robs, stabs commuter, leaves ID card at scene
  • I sold hawker’s body parts for N8,500 – Ritual killer
  • Several injured as policemen, students, clash in Oyo
  • Residents accuse LASG of unlawful demolition, demand justice
  • Four-year-old migrant arrives Spain in separate boat, reunites with mum after seven months
  • I sold victim’s parts for N8,500 – Suspected ritualist
  • Sodomy has ruined my life, 65-year-old man laments
  • Umahi bars party logos, symbols as Buhari visits Ebonyi
  • We all have our roots in Lagos, Yayi tells critics in Ogun
  • Reps debate use of card reader for 2019 polls Wednesday
  • Bomb scare rocks Anambra INEC Secretariat, IPOB members arrested
  • Dickson, Sylva on warpath over security, criminality
  • Ex-C’River acting gov, others defect to APC
  • Why I want to be PDP national chairman – Dokpesi
  • PDP will accept anyone who emerges Chairman – Fayose
  • Ortom’s ex-aides, former APC governorship aspirant, 2,000 others join PDP
  • Power distributors to pay interest on N120bn debt – FG
  • Nigeria’s oil sales suffer, US exports rise
  • Release more funds for capital projects, group tells FG
  • What a first-time property seller should consider
  • Nigeria recovers $64.63m electricity debt from Benin, Niger
  • 2018 budget: Ex-House committee leader canvasses deficit reduction

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • Buhari in Abakaliki, shuns Guard of Honour
  • Buhari arrives Ebonyi
  • A’ Court reserves judgment on FG’s appeal against Saraki’s acquittal by CCT
  • Ambode inaugurates ‘Sade Adesoye as 20th HoS
  • PDP moves to avert fresh crisis
  • Stay away from South East, IPOB tells Buhari
  • No going back on poll – FG
  • We’re determined to turn around education –Buhari
  • N84bn war damages compensation: We’ve authentic list of victims – Okocha
  • Friesland Campina, Kebbi govt. partner to end Fulani, farmers clashes
  • Militants threat: Gbaramatu leaders vow to deliver Avengers
  • Lamido replies Presidency
  • Amnesty alleges China detains 30 relatives of exiled Uighur leader
  • 2 men jailed for drunken brawl, fracturing victim’s eye socket
  • Iraq’s Kurdistan to respect court decision banning secession
  • PDP vows to wrest power from APC in 2019
  • Anambra guber: Kalu tasks voters to key state into ruling party
  • CPC urges companies to give consumer protection top priority
  • FG gives nod to $37bn meter supply contract
  • Italy won’t be at World Cup for first time since 1958
  • Manchester City not invincible, Wenger insists
  • Gianluigi Buffon retires from Italy national team

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • …Right Of Police Officers To Marry Their Female Colleagues By Reuben Abati
  • IPOB’s Nnamdi Kanu Dismissed, Accused Of Embezzlement
  • Manchester City Not Invincible, Wenger Insists
  • Breaking: A-Court Reserves Verdict On FG’s Move To Re-Open Case Against Saraki
  • Evra Vows To Return ‘Stronger Than Ever’
  • Zuma Again Denounces “Monopoly” White Economic Power
  • Ogoni Clean-Up: Rivers Lawmaker Calls For Patience With FG
  • FG Signs $5.792bn Contract For 3,050MW Mambilla Power Project
  • Experts Move To Address Mental Healthcare In Nigeria
  • Speedy Up Just Delivery Process, Okowa Urges Judiciary
  • Relief For Snakebite Victims As 5,000 Anti-Venom Vials Arrive Nigeria
  • Nigeria’s Debt Profile Not Politically Motivated
  • The Sale Of Anambra State
  • Hope Rises For Local Content As ExxonMobil, NCDMB Provide $975m, N61.18bn
  • ‘They Collected N40,000 For Each Store, Then Chased Us Out With Thugs’
  • Nigeria Receives $64.63m From Sale Of Power To Benin, Niger Republics
  • APGA Forum To Nwoye: Don’t Blame Ex-President Jonathan For Your 2013 Gubernatorial Failure
  • Buhari backs plan to fire 21,780 teachers, says it’s tragic they failed pry school test
  • N17bn pension fraud: Arrest, prosecute Maina now, Reps order EFCC
  • FG now funding Ekwueme’s treatment abroad — Presidency
  • Presidency reverses Obono-Obla’s suspension
  • Revenue leakages: Reps query Chevron over $15,000
  • Nigerians now behaving like orphans —Kukah
  • I sold 17-yr-old girl’s head, intestines, hands for N8,500— Suspect
  • Buhari’s visit: Police warn IPOB, parties’ supporters against disruptive acts
  • Manchester City not invincible, Wenger insists
  • Evra vows to return ‘stronger than ever’
  • Nigeria on revenge mission against Argentina
  • With or without Messi, we have a plan — Rohr
  • Buhari’s visit: Police warn IPOB, parties’ supporters against disruptive acts
  • Anambra poll: NOA assures electorates of safety
  • Lamido: We’ve discovered plots to destroy EFCC, courts – Presidency
  • CONFERMENT OF TITLES: I’m unstoppable, Olubadan boasts
  • What UN visitors failed to do in the South-East —Pro Biafra groups
  • New railway lines: Lagos bridges to be demolished
  • FG signs $5.792bn contract for 3,050MW Mambilla power project
  • Hope rises for local content as ExxonMobil, NCDMB provide $975m, N61.18bn
  • NNPC vows to avoid scarcity of petroleum products
  • Restrictions on 41 items crash imports bill to $1.9bn — CBN
  • Wizkid defeats Davido, sweeps AFRIMA 2017 award
  • I have no fear flaunting my marriage on social media – Juliet Mgborukwe
  • Davido wins MTV EMA Best African Act 2017
  • ‘Thor’ remains a box office smash, thundering into second weekend

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Tribune

  • National Chairmanship race: Adedoja lauds PDP Govs over decision to allow all aspirants to contest
  • Oyo retired teachers protest accumulation of pension arrears of 17 to 56 months
  • 2019: NCP stages awareness rally in Lagos, visits Gani Fawehinmi’s family
  • Senate not ready to take Ndume back
  • Anambra election: Bomb scare at Awka INEC office
  • CNPP condemns extension of LG administrators’ tenure
  • National Assembly commends Unilorin academic stability
  • Psychiatric hospital workers give health minister 14-day to resolve management
  • Police arrest 16 over kidnapping, robbery, cultism
  • Judge facing corruption charges wants court to dismiss case
  • Court awards Kuku N10 million in libel suit
  • Ondo Amnesty is to ensure peace ―Ojogo
  • Jigawa spends over N1.6b on construction, renovation of hospitals ― Zakari
  • We invested N700m on IT infrastructure, civil works, not website —Mines Ministry
  • Over 400 federal civil servants plead with Buhari, NASS, others over careers
  • Stop putting gas cylinders inside kitchens, burns expert warns
  • PCN seals off 209 medicine stores in Lagos
  • Stop giving antibiotics to healthy animals, says WHO
  • Mortality at UCH ’s emergency department less than 7 % —CMD
  • CBN’s injection of $195m into forex market strengthens naira
  • Eight Nigerian banks downgraded in new Moody’s report
  • FG faults Moody’s downgrade of Nigeria, says economy on rebound
  • CBN targets additional 300,000 farmers in expanded Anchor Borrowers’ Programme
  • He threatened to stab me with scissors when I asked for feeding allowance — Woman
  • She’s promiscuous, slapped me twice before our neighbours —Husband
  • house, documents, husband, court, married, child
  • ‘My husband never told me he was married with a child, please separate us’
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  • We had sex consistently while she was still married to her ex hubby, her second child is mine —Husband
  • How a Rohingya massacre unfolded at Tula Toli
  • Somaliland votes in presidential election
  • At least 328 dead, more than 4,000 injured in Iran-Iraq earthquake
  • UF, IITA sign pact for joint agricultural research
  • When Oyo government trained northern residents on agribusiness
  • 8 million Nigerians may suffer food insecurity in 2018 —Report
  • FG, USAID launch Nigeria agribusiness investors resource centre

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

Guardian

  • Buhari backs sack of 22000 ‘unqualified’ Kaduna teachers
  • Government loses N300b to National Theatre decay
  • Failed banks: Depositors’ claims on NDIC exceed N100b
  • Myanmar’s Suu Kyi meets Tillerson, UN chief on Rohingya crisis
  • All eyes on Uzoho as Super Eagles battle Argentina
  • Trump hails Asian tour, but ends it abruptly
  • Breakaway Somaliland tallies votes amid social media blackout
  • Zuma again denounces “monopoly” white economic power
  • To make ‘Ember’ months safe…
  • Dogara tasks military on intelligence gathering to tackle terrorism
  • It’s laughable celebrating Buhari’s visit to South East, says HURIWA
  • Nadal pullout leaves Federer as last man standing
  • Manchester City not invincible, Wenger insists
  • Buffon quits as Italy miss first World Cup in 60 years
  • We don’t want to lose to Argentina, NFF boss tells Rohr
  • I won’t fight Parker, Fury, and Wilder in 2018, says Joshua
  • Lalong preaches sports for peace
  • Nigeria, Osinbajo and the quota system
  • How ‘Berlin patient’ was cured of HIV
  • British inflation steady at five-year high in October
  • NCC plans new spectrum auctions to boost 30% broadband target
  • LCCI, JETRO seal pact on trade, investment
  • Anambra 2017, Peter Obi, INEC and Buhari
  • Using education to eradicate poverty
  • ‘If it’s for common good, nothing bad in godfather politics’
  • Group seeks support for Secondus as PDP chair
  • NCP urges Nigerians to discard APC, PDP in 2019
  • Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty Is Dropping A Red Liquid Lipstick
  • Sam Smith “The Thrill Of It All” Hits Top Spot On Billboard 200
  • Masterkraft’s Releases New Single Featuring Wizkid, Reekado Banks And CDQ
  • ‘Too much arbitration cases leave Africa and that is a huge problem for continent’
  • Court adjourns agreement breach case for judgment
  • Charge against Onikoyi, others struck out
  • Prosecutor’s delay to serve defendants’ counsel stalls trial of kidnap kingpin, Evans, others

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • IPOB Threatens Umahi, Asks Buhari to Shelve S’East Visit
  • PDP Governors Fail to Agree on Consensus Chairman
  • OPEC Likely to Extend Supply Cuts to Rebalance Market
  • Wizkid Beats Davido, Others to AFRIMA Top Honours
  • Bomb Scare at Anambra INEC, Police, NSCDC Beef up Security
  • Two Former Directors Bag 105 Years Prison Sentence for Payroll Contract Fraud
  • SGF Visits Ekwueme in London Hospital
  • Two Killed in Fresh Attack in Plateau
  • Omokri: Farida Waziri Has a History of Badmouthing Ex-Presidents
  • Nigeria Recovers $65m Electricity Debt from Niger, Benin
  • Buhari Sad over State of Education, Backs Kaduna Reforms
  • APC to Rejig Plan for National Convention
  • Nigeria, Other African Nations Owe Airlines N366bn, Says IATA
  • Woman Seeks Justice as Vigilante Group Kills Son
  • Dogara Harps on Investment in Security, Charges Military to Guard Democracy
  • A’Ibom Govt Sued by Contractor over Breach of Contract Okon Bassey in Uyo
  • House C’ttee Disputes Chevron’s $15,000 Gas Flaring Claim
  • Ijaw Leaders Vow to Deliver Avengers to Security Agencies
  • Anti-grazing Law, a Time Bomb, Says Miyetti Allah
  • We’re Not Plotting to Launch Reprisal in Taraba, Says Miyetti Allah
  • Kachikwu: NNPC Operations Not Yet Fully Transparentc
  • PDP Governors Fail to Agree on Consensus Chairman
  • OPEC Likely to Extend Supply Cuts to Rebalance Market
  • Wizkid Beats Davido, Others to AFRIMA Top Honours
  • Bomb Scare at Anambra INEC, Police, NSCDC Beef up Security
  • Two Former Directors Bag 105 Years Prison Sentence for Payroll Contract…
  • SGF Visits Ekwueme in London Hospital
  • FCMB Promotes 537 Staff
  • Flour Millers Support Wheat Farmers
  • Meristem Facilitates N27bn Investment in Dangote Cement
  • Kachikwu: NNPC Operations Not Yet Fully Transparent

(www.thisdaylive.com)

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