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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, November 28, 2017

The Sun

  • Late night fire guts shops in Lagos Gowon Estate
  • Osinbajo in Kenya for Kenyatta’s inauguration
  • December 2: Kalu’s day of glory at UNN
  • Pay salary arrears before Christmas, Buhari orders governors
  • I’ll not return to APGA, Ojukwu Jnr tells Obiano
  • What happens to FG’s zero-based budget plan?
  • FG not serious about Ogoni clean-up –Wike
  • Lawyer bags 7-year jail term for killing husband
  • FG kick-starts new minimum wage process
  • koyi cash: 3 whistle-blowers sue FG, EFCC
  • Ibori extols Hon. Oboro’s leadership qualities
  • ECOWAS Parliament adopts 2018 community budget
  • FG’ll take advantage of emerging technology to strengthen economy — Minister
  • Senior Chinese military official commits suicide amid corruption probe
  • Uganda charges 8 journalists with libel, computer misuse
  • Pope meets Myanmar religious leaders, urges unity in diversity
  • Niger: APC chairmen reject car gifts
  • PDP chairmanship: Daniel denies stepping down for Dokpesi
  • 2019: Why we are not zoning –Shittu, APDA chairman
  • Fitch gives final rating of ‘B+’ to Nigeria’s $1.5bn Eurobond
  • Bankers, economists warn on dangers of bitcoin usage
  • No plans to rebase GDP –Kale
  • Onyekuru prays for favorable World Cup draw
  • NFF extends Rohr’s contract
  • …Launches short code to drive Russia 2018 campaigns

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

The Nation

  • Import Prohibition Attracted $10bn Investment – CBN
  • NYSC partners financial institutions to secure soft loans for members
  • Osinbajo to represent Nigeria at Kenya ‘s Presidential inauguration
  • Give women greater role in industry to cut poverty by 2030 – UN
  • Detained journalists charged with libel, computer misuse
  • Lagos sponsored Ola-Oki Scrabble Tourney lights up Badagry
  • Late night fire guts shops in Gowon Estate in Lagos
  • Video: Recent Badoo attack in Ikorodu (Warning: Graphic images)
  • UNESCO, World Bank to partner on early child education
  • Buhari to workers: bigger minimum wage coming
  • Ibadan husband killer to spend seven years in jail
  • Buhari jokes about Atiku’s defection
  • Govt to sell TBS, Arts Theatre, others
  • Osinbajo: electricity tariff hike inevitable
  • Christmas: Buhari advises governors to clear workers’ salaries

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Punch

  • BREAKING: Uhuru Kenyatta sworn in as Kenyan president
  • Enyimba suspend Obiozor
  • Will death sentence solve problem of cultism, terrorism?
  • The semiotics of Obiano’s victory
  • Best video chat apps to help you stay in touch
  • Confusion as four die in Imo gas explosion
  • Amosun, let there be light at Agbologun
  • Sharpshooter Sterling sets sights on Southampton
  • Nigerian firm leads bid for Ivory Coast stadium projects
  • Cech not giving up on Arsenal’s title hope
  • Navy decorates 16 new Rear Admirals
  • Army General kills self after facing corruption probe
  • Ranieri set for Monaco reunion as PSG look to power on
  • Fire razes shops in Gowon Estate, Lagos
  • Bilyamin Bello: The double standards that define us
  • Four die in Imo gas explosion
  • Pupils flee home, report selves to police
  • Ibadan husband killer bags seven years for manslaughter
  • ICPC arraigns mother of alleged husband killer
  • NANS leader, undergraduates arrested for murder, robbery
  • Lagos banker allegedly tortures wife to death
  • ICYMI: Hoodlums kill man, put corpse in father’s parlour
  • ICYMI: Victim overpowers, drags robbery suspect to police station
  • Corps members protest non-payment of allowances
  • Atiku’s exit: Accept my sympathy, Buhari tells Odigie-Oyegun
  • I won’t return to APGA, Ojukwu’s son tells Obiano
  • APC campaigning for PDP through poor performance, says Gana
  • Lagos Accord Party councillors get certificates of return
  • Atiku’s exit: Accept my sympathy, Buhari tells Odigie-Oyegun
  • Tight security ahead of Kenyatta’s inauguration
  • Buhari inaugurates committee on new minimum wage
  • Stop mocking fight against corruption – FG
  • Presidential ticket: Atiku won’t disregard Jonathan’s advice on Obasanjo, says aide
  • Foreigners taking over Nigeria’s agric sector, says FG
  • Physically challenged persons protest at NNPC over jobs
  • Nine steps to increase your savings in no time
  • Tax debt: FIRS seals companies in Lagos, Port Harcourt
  • Budget: FG adjusts 2018-2020 MTEF/FSP by N1.5tn
  • CIBN approves Union Bank training academy

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • Teargas, chaos as Kenyatta to be sworn in for disputed second term
  • Shell in eye of the storm over ‘crimes’ in Ogoniland
  • Buhari orders governors to clear outstanding workers’ salaries
  • Burkina grenade attack greets Macron’s Africa tour
  • Pinnick tips Nigeria to win Russia 2018 World Cup
  • Syria regime to join peace talks on Wednesday: UN
  • Why we are after Ayo Oke, Ekpenyong – EFCC
  • Fayose urges government to probe Falana over property purchase
  • Buhari mocks Atiku Abubakar’s exit from APC
  • Osinbajo asks Nigerians to prepare for higher electricity tariffs
  • High air fare, taxes stall aviation growth
  • Conte backs Hazard to take central role in Chelsea charge
  • CAF drops Troost-Ekong, retains Moses, Ajayi in latest shortlist
  • Rufai unveils Dodo Mayana Soccer Thon
  • France join elite class of multiple Davis Cup winners
  • Foundation plans to empower youths through sports
  • Ondo leads at Wike National Wrestling Challenge Cup
  • 2018 budget: Ringering misguidance and reduced growth
  • Central crime prosecution and horde of endless corruption trials
  • Banks could support UK economy in disorderly Brexit
  • BEDC commissions Asaba substation to boost supply
  • Election over, time to build Anambra
  • 2019: A chance for redemption
  • Mugabe, power and the burden of history
  • In Kogi, fresh wind of opposition blows from the east
  • ‘Demands for Southwest PDP national chairman sentimental’
  • ‘PDP leaders should be mindful of Southwest sentiments’
  • In Kogi, fresh wind of opposition blows from the east
  • ‘Demands for Southwest PDP national chairman sentimental’
  • ‘PDP leaders should be mindful of Southwest sentiments’
  • Meghan Markle Will Abandon Acting After Marrying Prince Harry
  • Dr Sid Releases Official Video for “Jen Simi”
  • A Walk To Remember With Mariam Afolabi

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Vanguard

  • Niger Delta: Integrity Group Says Amaechi’s Leadership Qualities Will Guarantee Region’s Prosperity
  • Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta Sworn In For Second, Five-Year Term
  • Fire Destroys 50 Shops In Calabar Market- SEMA
  • FG’ll Take Advantage Of Emerging Technology To Strengthen Economy — Minister
  • Pope Urges Unity In Diversity As He Meets Myanmar’s Religious Leaders
  • Buhari Ready To Settle Unpaid State Debts Before Xmas
  • Broadband Access: We’ll Dedicate 2018 To Quality Of Service – Danbatta
  • ECOWAS Parliament Adopts 2018 Community Budget
  • Troops Kill 14 Boko Haram Terrorists In Ambush, Capture 1,Recover Weapon
  • Migrants For Sale: Slave Trade In Libya
  • Queen Abiola To Buhari: Hold Next FEC Meeting In N-Delta
  • NIRSAL Has Solution To Herdsmen/Farmers Clashes — Abdulhameed
  • 2019: Imo Women Protest To INEC Office
  • STATE OF THE NATION: Political Leaders, Activists Hold Round-Table Today
  • Adebanjo, Anya Others Laud Ikokwu At 80
  • Akanu Ibiam Airport Certified Ready For Emergency Response
  • Super Eagles ‘Ll Know 2018 World Cup Foes Friday
  • Misau: FG moves to settle out of court
  • Govs agree to pay workers before Xmas
  • Buhari sympathises with Oyegun over Atiku’s resignation
  • With N8bn monthly revenue accruals, it’s wicked owing workers, ASUU tells Bello
  • You must pay workers before Christmas, Buhari orders govs
  • Negotiate what three tiers can afford, Buhari tells Minimum wage C’ttee
  • Super Eagles ‘ll know 2018 World Cup foes Friday
  • NFF paysGernot Rohr December salary
  • Spain, Lebanon tango in Copa Lagos opener
  • Ighalo: Bring on Germany, Brazil, Spain
  • Global Spectrum listing of shares boosts market capitalisation by N4bn
  • CESEL partners RSEC on mini grid devt in Osun State
  • We can’t survive under eligible customer regulation – DISCOs
  • Despite attracting $3.5bn, power sector bemoans viability
  • Ojez hosts AGN president, Emeka Rollas
  • Wasiu Pasuma celebrates 50th birthday on the street
  • Tiwa Savage, Davido, others for Rémy Martin’s All-Star Extravaganza
  • Bisola goes emotional in debut single!

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Tribune

  • Abuja N1bn property: Fayose slams Falana over Malami’s allegation
  • Oyo NURTW boss, Fele, debunks death rumour, says ‘I’m alive and kicking’
  • Three dead, six injured in Kogi road mishap
  • 47th convocation: 132 bag first class degree in UNN
  • Don’t amend NIMASA act over 1percent contribution to Navy ―Stakeholders
  • Buhari meets govs, approves 50% Paris Club refund for Christmas
  • We’ve achieve 47 percent budget performance ―FG
  • Bayelsa Police arrest NANS President, others over alleged killing of a student
  • FG to establish oil, gas equipment machinery development institute in Bayelsa
  • We’ll create environment for business to grow ―FG
  • Awoist canvasses part-time legislature
  • Sustain selfless service to humanity, Ambode tasks religious bodies
  • 8 Prisons officers dismissed for trafficking
  • Ex-speaker blames youth over old politicians dominance
  • Lagos to acquire surveillance aircraft to secure creeks
  • Lowo Oyediran murder: Lawyer wife sentenced to 7 years imprisonment for manslaughter
  • Adeola is eminently qualified to contest in Ogun- Ishaga Desendants
  • Over N2.5bn spent on clearing stranded containers ―TCN
  • FG deploys 1,700 tax officers to 33 states —Adeosun
  • TCN nails World Bank’s $406m for grid expansion across Nigeria
  • Equities market rebound with marginal gain of 0.02%
  • FG launches new climate change insurance for farmers
  • Poultry farmers laud FG on national egg production
  • Clampdown on frozen chicken, fish smugglers —Agric Minister tells Customs
  • FG supports local farmers with rice milling equipment
  • She destroyed my TV set, attempted to stab me —Husband
  • He abandoned us 3yrs ago; my child and I don’t need him anymore, woman tells court
  • She goes through my phone, fights and accuses me of being unfaithful to her —Man
  • Burna Boy still on the run over alleged robbery —Police
  • Jumia plans big for Black Friday, to gift mouthwatering prizes
  • We will review NCC’s Year of the Consumer campaign —Danbatta
  • World TV Day: LG Electronics strokes revolution with OLED TVs
  • NCC seeks Senate’s cooperation in regulating telecoms industry

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Banking on the South, APC Says Atiku’s Exit of No Consequence
  • Oil Revenue Has Exceeded 2017 Budget Benchmark by 18%, Says NNPC
  • ‘Original’ Ikoyi Whistleblowers Head to Court
  • Financial Clout of States Should Determine Next Minimum Wage, Says Buhari
  • Capital Importation Rises by 147.5% in Q3 on Soaring Investor Confidence
  • Oyo Court Sentences Yewande, Husband Killer to Seven Years Imprisonment
  • Ogbeh: Rice Importation from Thailand Has Dropped to 20,000 MT
  • South-south, South-east Governors Ask FG to Increase Allocations to Their States
  • Buhari Leaves for EU-AU Summit in Abidjan Tuesday
  • I was Never Indicted for Subsidy Fraud, Says Okafor
  • Dep Gov: CBN to Mitigate FX Risks Through Sustained Accretion to Foreign Reserves
  • Barkindo Seeks Long Term Stability of Oil Market
  • Prepare for Higher Electricity Tariffs, Osinbajo Tells Nigerians
  • BON Bemoans Lack of Clear Roadmap on Digital Switch Over
  • AI: Investigate Shell for Complicity in Murder, Rape and Torture in Ogoni
  • Nigeria Needs Courageous Leadership, Says Saraki
  • FG Not Serious About Clean up of Ogoniland, Says Wike
  • I Pray Professor Itse Sagay is Not Going Senile, Says Jonathan
  • 15 Arrested as NANS Zonal Election Ends in Bloodshed
  • Oba of Benin in Sokoto, Says Traditional Institutions Will Support FG to Stabilise Nigeria
  • Masari Calls for Better Regulation of ICT, Telecoms, Social Media
  • Three Persons Killed in Road Accident
  • Insecurity: Military Deploys Research Team to Bayelsa
  • Ayade Institutes N100m Research Rrant
  • Senate C’tee Insists 215 MW Kaduna Power Plant Cheaper by LNG
  • NIMASA Opposes 1% Levy for Naval Operations
  • Man Declared Wanted for Raping Wife’s Sales Girl
  • 132 Graduates Bag First Class in UNN
  • Death of 26 Girls: NAPTIP Challenges Italian Authorities on Prosecution, Full Disclosure
  • Ambode: Lagos Has Never Witnessed Religious Crisis under My Watch
  • NAFRC Trains 40 Generals for Life After Service
  • Police Allegedly Brutalise Estate Surveyor Accused of Fraud
  • DG: NYSC Builds Skill Acquisition Centres to Empower Corps Members
  • FRC Calls for Increased Funding, Expansion of Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital
  • Clear Workers’ Salaries Before Christmas, Buhari Challenges Governors
  • Banking on the South, APC Says Atiku’s Exit of No Consequence
  • Oil Revenue Has Exceeded 2017 Budget Benchmark by 18%, Says NNPC
  • ‘Original’ Ikoyi Whistleblowers Head to Court
  • Financial Clout of States Should Determine Next Minimum Wage, Says Buhari
  • FG Pays N164.7m Tuition Fees for Chibok Girls
  • Goje Laments Multiple Adjournments of Fraud Case Against Him
  • No Plan to Sack Teachers, Says Tambuwal
  • Enhancing the Abuja Master Plan

(www.thisdaylive.com)

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