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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, November 21, 2017

The Nation

  • Protests, anger rock PDP ahead Dec. 9 convention
  • Rain of tributes for Ekwueme
  • Nigeria floats $3bn bond to fund budgetary expenditures
  • Presidency: another $321m stolen cash coming
  • Nigeria’s GDP up 1.4 per cent
  • Army promotes 45 generals, 92 colonels
  • NCC, CBN query Barclays’ transparency in sale of 9mobile
  • Resolving Apapa’s perennial traffic nightmare
  • Witness: how ex-PDP chair’s son was killed
  • BPE rejects DisCos notice on force majeure
  • Ekwueme: Exit of a loyal lieutenant
  • PANDEF splinter group PNDPC returns
  • Police arrest ‘killers’ of APC stalwart in Festac
  • Osinbajo to inaugurate projects in Kwara
  • Enugu APC chieftain kidnapped, battered
  • Kwara dominate 1st Ex-Squash Pros Diaspora tourney
  • Rangers commence screening of players for Team B
  • Guardiola Empathises with Tony Pulis over West Brom’s Sack
  • Congregation unseats Busary at ISL athletics meet
  • Lagos State Approves Staging Of 5 Sports Championships
  • Super Eagles to Camp in Rabat for CHAN 2018
  • NFF ‘Fear the Worst’ as Leon Balogun Undergoes Surgery Again
  • Osun denies increment in tuition fee
  • Babcock VC assures new students of support
  • UI hosts international conference on Muslim Unity Monday
  • KWASU lecturer commits suicide
  • PHOTOS: New VC, Prof. Ogundipe meets UNILAG Muslim community
  • OAU PG students accuse management of terminating colleagues’ studentship
  • State should be allowed to develop their capacities
  • Who succeeds Ahmed in Kwara?
  • ‘Nigerians ‘ll not vote for PDP in 2019’
  • ASUP strike shutdown Delta polytechnics
  • Kaduna crisis: Is sack way out?
  • 75 Vs 60 per cent: The intrigues of Kaduna teachers’ test
  • Ortom plans BENPOLY takeover by Fed Govt

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

The Sun

  • Justice Nyako, Nnamdi Kanu’s absence stall treason trial
  • Kaduna education commissioner, Prof. Nok is dead
  • Suicide bomber kills 30 in Adamawa as Gov. Bindow calls for calm
  • Kalu congratulates Obiano
  • Ex-Vice President, Alex Ekwueme, dies in London
  • Ekwueme: A big Iroko has fallen
  • FG floats $3bn dual-tranche bond
  • Ekwueme: HIS LIFE, POLITICS
  • Anambra Central: Appeal Court orders INEC to conduct rerun poll in 90 days
  • Ekwueme: It’s death of an era –South East Governors’ Forum
  • Fayose signs anti-cultism bill into law
  • Justice Nyako, Nnamdi Kanu’s absence stall treason trial
  • Maryam Sanda arrested for stabbing ex-PDP national chair’s son to death
  • Use aviation potential to create jobs for Nigerians, FG urged
  • Myanmar hopes for deal with Bangladesh on Rohingya refugees – Suu Kyi
  • Unclear if any minister will attend Mugabe’s cabinet meeting: spokesman
  • Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa calls on Mugabe to step down
  • Kalu congratulates Obiano
  • 2019 presidency: We’ve no anointed candidate –US
  • Anambra guber: I won’t challenge Obiano’s victory, says Nwoye
  • $300m Illegal rosewood logs smuggled to China from Nigeria –EIA
  • AfDB ready to help Nigeria develop new national airline
  • FG threatens to sanction fraudulent procurement officers
  • CHAN 2018: NFF picks Rabat as Eagles camp site
  • Woman offers £300m for Newcastle – Reports
  • Former Wimbledon champion, Novotna, dies at age of 49

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Ekwueme, Political Engineer, Takes Final Bow
  • Nigeria Mourns Politician Par Excellence, Alex Ekwueme
  • Nigeria Floats US$3bn Dual-tranche Eurobond
  • Anambra Senatorial Tussle: Appeal Court Orders INEC to Conduct
  • Buhari: Raid of Judges’ Homes Not Meant to Intimidate Judiciary
  • NCC, CBN Query Barclays’ Transparency in Sale of 9mobile
  • Judge’s Absence Stalls Nnamdi Kanu’s Trial
  • FG Steps up Efforts to Repatriate $321m from Switzerland
  • Presidency: We Have No Confidence in Confab Report
  • Peter Obi Hails Jonathan at 60
  • Obaze Asks INEC to Review ICT Operations
  • Again, Community Chief Murdered in Plateau
  • Chairmanship Race: S’West PDP Exco Warns Against Another Crisis
  • FG to Conduct Biometric Verification of over 90,000 Military Pensioners
  • US to Contribute $45.5m to Rehabilitation Efforts in North-east
  • Army Promotes 136 Officers to Rank of General
  • Gunmen Attack Garo Town, Kill One, Two injured
  • Boko Haram Beheads Six Farmers in Borno
  • Anambra: Ngige Congratulates Obiano, Urges Him Unite All Stakeholders
  • Anambra Poll: Replicate Your Successes in Rivers, Wike Urges INEC, Police
  • Okorocha Congratulates Obiano, blames APC for Internal Wrangling
  • Kwara LG Polls: Police Arrest 54 Suspects
  • Tambuwal Congratulates Obiano, Tasks Him on Inclusive Governance
  • Jonathan, Dogara, Wike, Others Eulogise Ekwueme
  • Nigeria Has Lost Fine Gentleman, Politician, Nationalist, Say Anyaoku, Anenih, Others
  • Peter Obi Mourns
  • Italy Soccer Boss Resigns after World Cup Exit
  • FG to Complete Four NIPP Power Stations by End of 2018
  • FG Plans Minimum Baseline Power Supply of 4500MW in 2018
  • Lagos Oilfield Partners in Talks to Resolve Legal Dispute
  • TCN Rues Huge Financial Expenditure on Repair of Vandalised Assets

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Punch

  • BREAKING:Russia denies nuclear accident after radioactive pollution detected
  • BREAKING: Kaduna education commissioner, Prof. Nok is
  • Iranian president declares end of Islamic State
  • Use aviation potential to create jobs for Nigerians, airline operators tell FG
  • Unclear if any minister will attend Mugabe’s cabinet meeting – spokesman
  • Ekwueme: We lost a stabilising voice in country`s politics – APC
  • BREAKING: Zimbabwe war veterans call for immediate anti-Mugabe protests
  • BREAKING: Teenage suicide bomber kills 30 in Mubi
  • Ousted Zimbabwe deputy president asks Mugabe to resign
  • Dangote inaugurates $500m cement plant in Congo on Thursday
  • Forbes names Beyonce 2017 highest paid woman in music in 2017
  • Obaze reverses self, hails Obiano as APC accepts result
  • ‘Nigeria has one endocrinologist to 850,000 people’
  • Power firms issue force majeure notice to FG
  • Convention: Adeniran petitions Makarfi over election panel members
  • Chef drugs ex-minister, Kalu Idika, robs him of N10m
  • Police declare Burna Boy ‘wanted’ for attack on Mr. 2Kay
  • Cop not involved in robbery – Lagos CP
  • Ex-PDP chair’s son: Command obtains CCTV footage, arrests guards
  • Hospital holds mother, newborn baby for four months over unpaid bill
  • FMC labourers protest non-payment of salaries
  • Man jailed for stealing mosquito nets
  • Senator makes a proposal to ban smoking in films
  • Obaze reverses self, hails Obiano as APC accepts result
  • Convention: Adeniran petitions Makarfi over election panel members
  • Atiku’s posters flood Katsina PDP secretariat
  • Anambra poll too transparent to be contested – Okorocha
  • Obiano’s victory ends impunity, says Oduah
  • Accept Anambra election outcome in good faith, APC tells candidates
  • Police arrest two officials, 52 others for electoral offences in Kwara
  • APGA South Africa congratulates Gov. Obiano
  • Anambra defeat: Makarfi brought ill-luck to PDP, says Kashamu
  • Dangote inaugurates $500m cement plant in Congo on Thursday
  • Power firms issue force majeure notice to FG
  • Citizens deserve to know why Nigeria Airways failed – Buhari
  • FG announces prices for $3bn Eurobond
  • FG excited as GDP grows by 1.4%
  • Boroffice links low GDP to poor research funding

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • Negative growth in real sector contradicts government’s GDP numbers
  • Immortalise Ekwueme, Igbo, others tell FG
  • PDP peace pact fails, Adeniran accuses Makarfi of favouring Secondus
  • Serbian FA to visit Nigeria over friendlies, camp site
  • Zimbabwe has ‘insatiable desire’ for Mugabe exit: ousted VP
  • Adherence to rule of law is key for democracy survival, says Buhari
  • Maina challenges EFCC to open debate on pension fraud
  • Police boss advises Burna Boy to report himself over robbery investigation
  • ‘How we drugged, robbed former Finance Minister, Kalu’
  • Five million pupils get free meal in 19 states, says presidency
  • Obaseki hails Falconets’ 5-1 victory over Morocco
  • Man City, Feyenoord clash in UEFA Champions League
  • Barcelona interested in signing Everton star, Henry Onyekuru
  • Amodu, Keshi Sports Festival still on course, says NAESS
  • Rashford wants Man Utd winning machine
  • Sacked Tony Pulis proud of his three years at West Brom
  • 16 firms pull out of Onne FTZ over INTELS, OGFZA saga
  • CBN injects $210m into forex market
  • Nigeria earns N271.77bn from solid minerals in eight years
  • Russia, here we come
  • Automatic ticket and democratic elections
  • Problem with the legal profession regulation bill
  • APC congratulates Obiano
  • Requiem for political icon, Alex Ekwueme
  • PDP drags Almakura to court over alleged sale of state assets
  • Trends From GTBank Fashion Weekend
  • How To Choose The Best Protein Shakes
  • American Music Awards: Full List Of Winners
  • ‘Biggest corruption in Nigeria is degradation of our foundation’
  • Information sharing under Credit Reporting Act 2017
  • Court adjourns child custody suit to December 18
  • Lagos police arrest killers of APC stalwart, ‘Onwa’
  • Gold leaf from Napoleon’s crown fetches 625,000 euros
  • Nigeria has third highest number of preterm births

(www.guardian.ng)                        

 

Vanguard

  • Maryam Sanda Arrested For Stabbing Husband To Death
  • India’s Ruling Party Leader Threatens To Chop Off Hands Of Modi’s Critics
  • Unclear If Any Minister Will Attend Mugabe’s Cabinet Meeting: Spokesman
  • Update On Mubi Blast: Suicide Bombers Kill 15, Injure 20
  • Update: Scores Feared Dead In Adamawa Mosque Suicide Attcak
  • HOSCON Seeks Speedy Release Of 10 Modular Refineries Licenses
  • Resignation: Mugabe Convenes Cabinet Meeting
  • $2.1b Arms Cash: EFCC Arrests Ex-DSS DG, Ita Ekpenyong
  • Beyonce Emerges World’s Highest Paid Female Singer
  • Petroleum Ministry To Spend N610m For ‘7 Big Wins’ Implementation
  • Maryam Sanda Arrested For Stabbing Husband To Death
  • Two Firms Sign MoU, Strategise To Bridge Facilities Management Gap
  • Dangote Opens New Cement Plant In Congo
  • FG, States Killing Businesses With Multiple Taxes — NECA
  • Ogbeh Leads FG Delegations To Kogi Agric Summit
  • Cooks, House Helps Confess To Drugging, Robbing Bosses
  • Stop Applying Raw Egg, Engine Oil To Wounds, Plastic Surgeon Warns
  • Buhari, Ngige, Okorie mourn Ekwueme’s death
  • I’m under serious pressure — Buhari
  • Breaking: FG finalises move to repatriate $321m looted cash from Switzerland
  • Death of 26 migrants: FG queries Italy over hurried burial
  • How Ekwueme died — Igwe Laz, brother
  • 1bn pension fund: Maina challenges EFCC to open debate
  • FG budgets N7.3bn for presidential aircraft
  • Anti-graft war: CJN tackles Buhari over FG’s disobedience to court orders
  • 2018 FIFA WC: Eagles reject pay-per-minute bonus
  • Agali is Eagles’ chief scout for Russia 2018
  • Rohr keen to toughen Eagles defence
  • Klopp not concerned of Barca audition for Coutinho
  • The ‘devil’ came to town, killed three policemen, man in clinic – Residents narrate Ondo bank robbery
  • Insult! The Ijaw want to have separate Oba in Benin Kingdom
  • My wife, our quadruplet dead after I denied them antenatal care – Bereaved man
  • How Imo monarchs waited for Liberian President

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Tribune

  • Why we increased tuition fees of fresh students ―UNIOSUN VC
  • Makanjuola leads S/West PDP leaders on visit to Bode George in Lagos
  • PDP chairmanship: Fayose’s call for S/West aspirants pruning in order ―Ladoja
  • FCT minister flags off N8.62bn Apo-Wasa dual carriageways projects
  • UCH at 60: Osinbajo calls for increased private sector funding in health sector
  • Anambra Poll: Obaze congratulates Willie Obiano
  • 2019: Allow Ogun West to produce next governor, Adeola begs Ijebu/Remo people
  • FCT minister appoints mandates secretariats, political appointees
  • Biafra: Abaribe demands N10m compensation from Nigeria Army
  • Fayose celebrates Jonathan at 60, mourns Ekwueme
  • PDP national convention: Adeniran threatens to pull out of signed peace accord
  • FG begins nationwide conduct of learning assessment in schools
  • Dr Alex Ekweme was a pillar of nigeria’s unity-IBB
  • Ekwueme, a quintessential democrat, patriot ―Atiku
  • CBN injects $210m into forex market
  • Ekwueme: We’ve lost a stabilising force, urbane politician ―Aregbesola
  • Oil lifts Nigeria’s GDP growth to 1.40% in Q3
  • Private sector driven seminar on rural agriculture development to hold October
  • Presidency hails steady growth in agriculture, mining, others
  • CBN determined to create job opportunities for youths ―Barau
  • ‘No exams until Mugabe resigns’: Zimbabwe students in mass boycott
  • Mugabe faces impeachment, ignores resignation deadline
  • Mugabe, First Lady Grace, expelled from Zimbabwe’s ruling party ZANU-PF
  • USADF is funding agripreneurs with $250,000
  • Shell Idea 360 Competition still open
  • Google trains 21 Nigerians startups in Lagos
  • 3 ways to test your next business idea
  • Unilever increases shares to 5.5bn with additional listing
  • MPC: Mixed domestic signals justify maintaining status quo —Analysts
  • OMO, rates, Open Market Operations (OMO)
  • N200bn OMO maturity to boost liquidity, moderate rates
  • Nigeria’s forex reserves will hit $40bn mark if… —Emefiele
  • NDIC calls for greater use of banking servicesProfit taking: Investors lose N73bn in 7 days
  • Nestle’s N15 interim dividend due to strenghtened operations —MD/CEO
  • He’s fond of tying me to a tree; once threw me into a septic tank —Wife
  • He ejaculates few minutes into love making —Wife
  • She’s promiscuous, steals; her pregnancy is not mine —Husband

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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