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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Punch

  • Ex-Manchester United coach, David Moyes, joins West Ham
  • How Apple, Nike, Hamilton avoided tax in secret offshore deals – Paradise Papers
  • Unveiling Buhari’s strongest opponent
  • Diezani bribe: EFCC traces N950m to two ex-govs, detains Idris Wada
  • Iwobi, Omeruo, others hit Morocco; Mikel, Uzoho arrive today
  • Police allegedly shoot at Shiite procession in Kano, kill three
  • Oil price rises to $64, highest since mid-2015
  • El-Rufai warns Shi’ites against procession in Kaduna
  • 24-year-old man arrested for killing wife
  • Father-of-six caught having sex with neighbour’s dog
  • ‘Black Widow’ who poisoned elderly lovers, pocketed millions in inheritance sentenced to death
  • OAU suspends union activities over crises
  • Adeosun, CBN, foreign investors disagree on naira’s future
  • Gunmen abduct LP national chair’s mum
  • 17-year-old girl, others battle gunshot injuries inflicted by soldiers
  • 24-year-old man arrested for killing wife
  • Father-of-six caught having sex with neighbour’s dog
  • 17-year-old girl, others battle gunshot injuries inflicted by soldiers
  • FG to demolish Costain, Jibowu bridges for Lagos/Ibadan standard gauge rail line
  • Police boss dies in Ondo auto crash
  • OAU controversial suicide: Police invite victim’s father
  • Stranded kidney patient: NGO refuses to disclose account detail
  • 500 Lagos youths renounce cultism, surrender guns
  • Police arraign two for stealing cosmetics bag
  • INEC materials intercepted in Anambra hotel –APGA
  • Kashamu group kicks as new exco takes over Ogun PDP
  • 37 parties endorse Enugu LG poll results
  • Anambra Poll: APGA alleges seizure of ‘sensitive’ INEC materials in hotel
  • Mugabe fires VP seen as succession candidate
  • Bayelsa denies taking fresh N40bn loan
  • Australia goes tough on dual citizenship, forces lawmakers to declare statuses
  • APC kicks as PDP sweeps Enugu LG polls
  • Osun PDP factional supporters clash over congress results
  • Why I’m not yet married –Ebube Nwagbo

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Nation

  • Ex- Police spokesman emerges first Nigerian to receive Irish Aid Fellowship Award
  • NAF destroys oil barges of stolen oil products in Niger Delta
  • Trump requests additional $4bn for missile defence programmes
  • Minister updates Buhari on NDDC, ongoing projects, others
  • UniAbuja teaching hospital contract staff protest non-payment of salary
  • Saudi crown prince accuses Iran of ‘direct military aggression’
  • AKISCOM elects new officers, set for inauguration
  • Oil rises to $62.33
  • PDP crises grow in states
  • Varsities unions brace for battle
  • 26 Nigerian women found dead at sea
  • EFCC grills ex-Governor Idris Wada
  • 50 kids die of ‘strange disease’ in Jigawa
  • UniAbuja hospital staff protest non-payment of salary
  • FG to militants: why you must keep the peace
  • Why Emenalo Finally Quit Chelsea
  • 4 Nigerian lifters qualify for 2018 Commonwealth Games
  • SWAN Nominates Mitchel Obi For AIPS
  • 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier: Omeruo, Kayode replace Onazi, Simon
  • Makelele takes over Onyekuru’s former club
  • West Ham sends Slaven Bilic packing
  • Super Eagles handlers should focus on players’ psyche – Omokaro
  • UniAbuja teaching hospital contract staff protest non-payment of salary
  • ASUP to begin indefinite strike November 13
  • OAU Suspends Student Union Activities
  • NANS gives PTI 24 hours ultimatum to reverse tuition fee increase
  • OAU VC debunks rumour over fee hike
  • Prof Chinedum, female, Chrisland new VC
  • OAU students’ union President impeached
  • I’m not a beggar, says ailing Sadiq Daba
  • Jidenna thrills at Heineken’s ‘Live Your Music’ parties
  • Jim Iyke’s debt case still in court, says manager

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Tribune

  • $250m grant for Nigerian youths yet to be accessed, says World Bank
  • Elevation of chiefs: Court awards N10, 000 cost against Baales
  • Over 415million Africans still live in abject poverty ―ICA, regional director
  • PDP Convention: Agbaje decries S/West caucus directive banning him
  • Labour urges National Assembly to support bailout to states
  • Ondo police command losses officer to accident
  • 2019: Presidency assures of free, fair election
  • Be patient with us, FG begs Niger Delta Avengers
  • Poverty drives Nigerians off rice consumption —USDA
  • Wike at Chatam house, campaign for increased allocation to states
  • Group urges Governor Ayade to seek re-election in 2019
  • Man bags 5-year jail in Osun for biting off neighbour’s ear
  • Oyo targets reducing untimely death among workforce
  • Kogi digitalised land documentation system
  • Minister of Transport, Rotimi Amaechi
  • Lagos-Ibadan rail: FG raises concern over expatriate kidnappings
  • Oyo vows to eradicate quackery in health sector
  • Dangote joins global leaders to fight malnutrition with $100 million
  • Equities market open week with marginal 0.02% loss
  • Atlas Cement, UniCem merger with Lafarge to solidify market ―CEO, Lafarge Africa
  • Seymour Aviation promises quality services at Lagos airport
  • Why sexual organ dummies are bad —Cleric
  • Experts counsel govt on family planning goal
  • Cost of CT imaging beyond the reach of common man —Don
  • He complains I eat the largest share of food, best part of meat — Woman
  • My husband walked out of our marriage ’cos our kids are females —Wife
  • My wife demanded for my house documents in order to sell my house —Husband
  • She slept with my colleague, got me arrested, locked up by the police — Man
  • 40 million people in modern slavery, 24 million in forced Labour —ILO
  • Unpaid Salary: Labour must unite to fight owing states — PENGASSAN President
  • Labour unions reiterate commitment to improved workers welfare

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

The Sun

  • BREAKING: 2 explosions rattle Maiduguri again
  • Fire destroys TV station in Lagos
  • Tighter market, Saudi purge force crude oil hike
  • 26 Nigerians in tragic end on mediterranean
  • Strange disease kills 50 in Jigawa
  • Save Nigeria’s democracy, Wike urges International Community
  • Nigeria must be re-negotiated –Methodist Prelate
  • Ex-Kogi gov, Wada, in EFCC custody over ‘Diezani’s N500m’
  • 2018 budget: Tension over Buhari’s joint address
  • Militants kill British hostage, free 3
  • NAF destroys oil barges of stolen oil products in N’ Delta
  • BREAKING: Obasanjo gets UN job
  • Boko Haram insurgents attack Gulak
  • Yemen President Hadi ‘under house arrest’ in S’ Arabia
  • Cyclist who gave Trump the middle finger fired from her job
  • Anambra guber: NUP candidate promises independent power plant
  • How Buhari can unite Nigerians –Latinwo
  • 2 years after, Lagos Deputy Speaker gets official residence
  • NAF destroys oil barges of stolen oil products in N’ Delta
  • BREAKING: Obasanjo gets UN job
  • EU finance ministers to meet after ‘Paradise Papers’ leaks
  • Russia 2018 W/Cup qualifier: Eagles settle down in Rabat, Mikel expected today
  • West Ham appoint David Moyes manager
  • Legislature, Executive not rivals but partners in progress – Dogara
  • Presidency lauds UN’s prediction on 2019 elections

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Normalcy Returns To Gulak, As Army Repels Boko Haram Attack
  • Boko Haram: Soldiers Reply Buratai’s Commendation Letter
  • NAF Destroys Oil Barges Of Stolen Oil Products In Niger Delta
  • PDP Rallies, APGA Gains
  • West Ham Appoint David Moyes As New Manager
  • Group-B Strep Blamed For Nearly 150,000 Stillbirths, Baby Deaths
  • Abraham Has No Regrets About Nigeria Snub
  • Six Killed, Town Burnt In Borno Boko Haram Attack
  • Lawyers’ League Calls For Release Of Kidnapped Colleague, Igbokwe
  • Govt Has Failed Niger Delta Region – PANDEF
  • Low Debt-GDP Ratio Not Sole Determinant Of Borrowing Capacity — Afrinvest
  • To Avoid Nigeria’s Disunity, Avert Rigging In Anambra, APGA Forum Urges Buhari
  • Mother Of Labour Party National Chairman Kidnapped
  • 2 Nabbed For Attempting To Sell Hemp To Kirikiri Maximum Prisons’ Inmates
  • Whatever Has Been Lost, We’ll Redeem And Recover, SGF Tells Senate
  • Winning Jah Bounces Back With “Africa Inside Me” Album
  • Buhari And The Allegation Of Northernization
  • West Ham appoint David Moyes as new manager
  • Abraham has no regrets about Nigeria snub
  • Elizaberth Wuraola golf tourney: Hole 13 winner to get f N 5m
  • 2017 Nigerian Sports Award: Voting closes Nov 12
  • Be patient with us, FG begs Avengers
  • Strange illness kills 50 children in Jigawa as 26 Nigerian girls found dead on Spanish warship
  • Delay in budget approval process deepens recession – Osinbajo
  • Mainagate’s fallout: Osinbajo, Obla-Obono meet
  • I shall continue to fight corruption war until my last breath, declares Magu in Vienna
  • Threat to 2018 budget presentation thickens
  • Navy battle-ready for Avengers, says Vice Admiral Ibas, CNS
  • New railway lines: Lagos bridges to be demolished
  • Oshodi interchange: Adhere to safety measures, Lagos warns motorists, residents
  • Ambode commissions 3 executive boats, 4 Jet Skis
  • ‘This is the end of killings for cows in our communities!’

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

ThisDay

  • FG, Delta Appeal to Avengers for Patience
  • Crude Oil Rises to Highest Since mid-2015 on Saudi Purge, Tighter…
  • Italy Probes Deaths of 26 Nigerian Women from Migrant Boats
  • Zenera Emerges ‘Most Inspiring Agency’ for 2017
  • In Departure from the Past, SGF Solicits Senate’s Support
  • Suicide Bombers Kill Mother, Son in Madagali
  • Lagos Bridges to be Demolished for New Railway Lines
  • Wike Asks International Community to Save Nigeria’s Democracy
  • Finally, Tejuosho Forfeits Illegally Acquired Asset to Lagos Govt
  • Herders, Farmers’ Clash Prompts Security Deployment in C’River North
  • UN Commends Jonathan for Electoral Reforms, Lauds His Role in Promoting Peace in Africa
  • APC Members in Edo Demand Stomach Infrastructure from Obaseki
  • Kaduna Teachers Threaten to Shut Down Schools
  • House C’ttee Summons Telecoms Chiefs over Alleged N143bn Tax Evasion
  • Buratai: Defence Ministry Has Released Operational Allowances for Troops
  • OML 29 Not for Sale, Says Aiteo Group
  • Tambuwal Hails Dogara, N’Assembly over Passage of N’East Development Commission Bill
  • Herdsmen Raise the Alarm over Incessant Attacks, Killings in Plateau
  • Daria Media Announces Media Training and Scholarships
  • Dangote Donates N500m to Kano Market Fire Victims
  • Dogara: No Alternative to Sustainable Economic Growth Towards Poverty Eradication
  • Kogi Governor Inaugurates Geographic Information Systems
  • Bi-Courtney Seeks Approval for Regional Operations
  • AfDB Rejects N5.4bn Loan for Renewal of FCT Slum
  • I was Tutored, Teleguided in Writing My Statement, Ex-Air Force Chief Tells Court
  • Lagos Laments Rise in Tax Evasion, Begins Enforcement
  • Anambra Poll: APGA Accuses Opposition of Seizure of INEC Materials
  • 37 Parties Endorse Enugu Council Poll as Credible
  • Leap Africa Boss Harps on Entrepreneurial Devt
  • West’s Double Standards Undermine Human Rights, Says SOAS Professor

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Guardian

  • Threat to 2018 budget thickens in National Assembly
  • NEDC to end insurgency in the Northeast, says Dogara
  • Nigeria, others need $2.5tr investments to achieve global competitiveness
  • Crude oil prices hit two-year high
  • Dogara warns telecom firms against tax evasion
  • Netanyahu confidant named in German submarine graft probe
  • Trump claims ‘progress’ on global problem of North Korea
  • Boko Haram attack Madagali village in Adamawa
  • Clearing agents threaten to sue NPA over fresh condition for port pass
  • Saraki defends self on allegation over Paradise Papers
  • 500 youths give up arms, renounce cultism in Ikorodu
  • West Ham appoint David Moyes as new manager
  • Emenalo resigns amid Chelsea power struggle
  • Lawal advises Rohr to try new players against Algeria, Argentina
  • Lalong preaches sports for peace
  • I won’t need a rematch after beating Joshua brutally, boasts Wilder
  • Everton in talks with Allardyce over managerial position
  • Dogara warns telecom firms against tax evasion
  • Threat to 2018 budget thickens in National Assembly
  • NEDC to end insurgency in the Northeast, says Dogara
  • Nigeria, others need $2.5tr investments to achieve global competitiveness
  • Crude oil prices hit two-year high
  • experienced highest-ever conformity with voluntary production adjustment.
  • Netanyahu confidant named in German submarine graft probe
  • Trump claims ‘progress’ on global problem of North Korea
  • Boko Haram attack Madagali village in Adamawa
  • Clearing agents threaten to sue NPA over fresh condition for port pass
  • Saraki defends self on allegation over Paradise Papers
  • 500 youths give up arms, renounce cultism in Ikorodu
  • APC will rule Nigeria for over 20-yrs – Senator Bukar Ibrahim
  • ‘The Islamic State group has this ability to redeploy or mutate’
  • Elton John shocks “The Lion King” audience
  • Singapore to ban cars
  • West Ham appoint David Moyes as new manager
  • Emenalo resigns amid Chelsea power struggle
  • Lawal advises Rohr to try new players against Algeria, Argentina
  • Lalong preaches sports for peace
  • I won’t need a rematch after beating Joshua brutally, boasts Wilder
  • Everton in talks with Allardyce over managerial position
  • Nigeria and the Maina case
  • Big tobacco’s tiny targets and Africa’s challenge
  • NERC to unfold guidelines for consumers to buy electricity from GenCos
  • Afreximbank unveils programme to unlock over $100b intra-African investments
  • SON seals warehouse allegedly stocked with uncertified pasta, flour
  • All change!!! Nigeria is not an oil economy
  • Low ranking of Nigeria’s aviation

(www.guardian.ng)

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