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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, October 24, 2017

The Sun

  • BREAKING: Senate demands removal of Malami, Dambazau over Maina saga
  • Osinbajo’s wife declares open COWLSO conference in Lagos
  • Chinese ambassador thanks Nigeria for recognising One China
  • Ex-President Jonathan ordered to appear in court as Olisa Metuh’s witness
  • PDP senators interview Bode George, Secondus, Dokpesi, others
  • Buhari travels to Niger Republic Tuesday
  • Trouble for HoS, others as Buhari sacks Maina
  • Senate report indicts NNPC, FIRS, Customs, others
  • Wedding team among 16 killed in Maiduguri twin blasts
  • Southern governors demand devolution of powers
  • Nigeria, Indonesia agree to strengthen economic ties
  • Vibrant media better than opposition party in democracy – NOA DG
  • Anambra guber: APDA candidate vows to eradicate poverty
  • NLC calls for review of minimum wage
  • China’s Xi Jinping elevated to Mao Zedong status
  • Egypt slams Reuters, BBC over alleged “inaccurate coverage” of clashes in western desert
  • Why we are finding it extremely difficult to pay workers -Ortom
  • FG raises N6.69bn with Savings Bond
  • Banking&Finance ; Secrets of investment success
  • NBBF invites 16 for FIBA Africa 3×3 tourney
  • FIFA awards : Ronaldo remains world number one
  • Argentina friendly excites Ezenwa

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Nation

  • Shehu Idris college of health science and technology to award degree soon – Bello
  • Nigeria, Indonesia to strengthen economic ties
  • UCH doctors solicit stakeholders to avert another strike
  • Maina: Senate to probe reinstatement, promotion
  • NEMA seeks approval of hazard allowances for workers
  • Court remands four ritual suspects
  • Mugabe would have rejected WHO role, says spokesman
  • Police sanction 20 personnel for corruption
  • Court remands three men over murder
  • HEARTS…a story of love, heartbreak and life [PART TWO]
  • NLC calls for review of minimum wage
  • Tambuwal advises FG to handover roads to states
  • Nigeria, Indonesia agree to reinforce economic ties
  • Obiano reiterates commitment to youths’ empowerment
  • 2,000 Kenyans march to election board office in Odinga
  • Shooting Stars FC Sacks Fatai Amoo
  • Full List of 2017 Best FIFA Football Award Winners
  • Cristiano Ronaldo Top Strike in FIFA’s Best Team for 2017
  • Cristiano Ronaldo is FIFA’s Best Player
  • Zidane wins 2017 Best FIFA Men’s Coach
  • Arsenal Giroud wins 2017 FIFA Puskas award for goal of the year
  • Odion Ighalo Good for W/Cup says Udeze
  • Shehu Idris college of health science and technology to award degree soon – Bello
  • UNILAG: Emeritus professor urges incoming VC to build on Bello’s achievements
  • 21,650 write UI post-UTME exam
  • UNILORIN graduates 9,018 students
  • Kadpoly lecturers suspend strike
  • NANS hails Gani Adam as new Aare Ona Kakanfo
  • ‘No accreditation, no lecture’

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Punch

  • Presidential panel begins sitting on human right abuses by armed forces in South-West
  • EU parliament votes to ban controversial weedkiller by 2022
  • UPDATED: Senate set up committee to probe Maina
  • Seven die in accident along Ogbomoso/Osogbo Road
  • Court remands four ritual suspects in prison
  • Strong 6.7 earthquake hits Indonesia
  • Everton put Unsworth in temporary charge
  • UK demands UN change ‘Pregnant Woman’ to ‘Pregnant People’
  • Odinga urges supporters to boycott repeat presidential poll
  • Police sanction 20 personnel for corruption
  • Nigeria needs more investment in rural infrastructure to boost agriculture – Adesina
  • 2018 Olympic torch ceremony hit by poor weather
  • Mugabe would have rejected UN role – spokesman
  • Tambuwal advises FG to handover roads to states
  • We won’t accept less than N50, 000 as minimum wage – Labour
  • Customs kill father of two during clash with smugglers
  • Police arrest 12 robbery suspects in Ondo
  • Crocodile Smile: Troops arrest bishop, 18 others for robbery, kidnapping
  • Two arraigned for cloning Ambode’s number
  • VIDEO: Edo Police caught on camera brutalising man
  • Residents flee as rival gangs burn houses, cars in Ibadan
  • Imo security men nabbed for gunrunning, stealing
  • Policeman breaks electricity worker’s leg for disconnecting ex-IG’s house
  • Presidential panel begins sitting on human right abuses by armed forces in South-West
  • Litigations responsible for PDP’s ineffective opposition role – Dokpesi
  • We are not propagandists – Buhari
  • 2019: I want to run for presidency, Sule Lamido writes PDP
  • Maina’s reinstatement not surprising – PDP
  • Two men impersonate Ambode, attempt N50m fraud
  • PDP convention: Makarfi summons George, Secondus, Daniel, others
  • Fayose can contest presidential election, says Balarabe Musa
  • 80 million Nigerians to vote in 2019 – INEC
  • Senate indicts Okonjo-Iweala, says her memo caused N1.7tn revenue loss
  • How to resolve differences in your bank account
  • Banks send messages to customers without BVN
  • NNPC not transparent despite reforms’
  • Substandard goods: Envoy wants Chinese industries in Nigeria
  • How to buy property online safely
  • The easiest way to save your money
  • Enyeama’s return not threat to Ezenwa, Akpeyi –Ex-Eagles keepers
  • Why I said my husband can’t cheat on me —Kehinde Olorunyomi
  • Nigerian lady accuses SARS officers of sexual harassment
  • The most effective way to lose weight! Special offer for you!

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • Pentagon looks at stepped-up Africa role to counter IS
  • Three suicide bombers kill selves, 13 others in Borno
  • Experts opt for local currency deals in infrastructure financing
  • Buhari sacks Maina, orders probe of recall, posting
  • Ronaldo leads Real Madrid’s FIFA awards triumph
  • Army lists achievements under Operation Crocodile Smile II in Niger Delta
  • NLC calls for review of minimum wage
  • Police sanction 20 personnel for corruption
  • Boycott, protests and anxiety as Kenya returns to polls
  • Tambuwal advises FG to handover roads to states
  • Zimbabwe’s Mugabe ‘would have rejected UN role’ – spokesman
  • Everton put Unsworth in temporary charge
  • ‘Magnificent’ Kane would cost 250 million – Perez
  • Djokovic, Wawrinka target Abu Dhabi return
  • Olivier Giroud wins FIFA goal award
  • Everton want Ancellotti to replace Koeman, fans kick against Giggs
  • Mata wants teammates to forget loss to Huddersfield
  • Lafarge to list N25b commercial paper, floats N131.6b rights issue
  • Bank harps on capacity building for growth of small businesses
  • Stock market reopens negative, indices down by N60 billion
  • APC is making good what PDP made bad – Sen. Adamu
  • PDP hallucinating over Oyo, says APC
  • First Republic minister endorses Obaze
  • All eyes on NJC’s corruption cases monitoring group

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • Southern Governors Unite, Insist on True Federalism, Devolution of Powers
  • How Malami, Dambazau Plotted Maina’s Reinstatement
  • Fidelity Bank Grows Profit by 65%, Records PBT of N16.2bn
  • Boko Haram Unleashes Suicide Bombers on Maiduguri, Kills 16
  • Osinbajo: Nigeria Still Grappling with Consequences of Malabu Oil Scandal
  • FG’s Suit against Shell, Eni Adjourned
  • Lamido Formally Informs PDP of Presidential Ambition
  • Buhari Leaves for Niger Republic Today
  • Justice Nwokedi Goes Home
  • NMA: Why FG Can’t Stop Doctors from Private Practice
  • Onnoghen: Oil Sector Benefactor of Judiciary’s Impartiality
  • US Govt Congratulates Adesina on World Food Prize Win
  • Alleged N400m Fraud: Metuh Wants President Jonathan in Witness Box
  • Senate: NNPC Reported Deficit of N3.1tn between 2012 and 2016
  • 35 Opposition Parties seek postponement of Enugu Council Polls, Dissolution of ENSIEC
  • Edo to Unveil Domesticated EGRP at Investment Summit
  • Troops Arrest Kidnappers, Oil Bunkerers, Destroy Illegal Refineries in Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Rivers
  • 3m Anambra Voters Have Signed up for Obiano’s Re-Election, Claims NGO
  • Police to Pay N2m to Evans’ Brother-In-Law for Illegal Arrest, Detention
  • Lagos Docks Two Suspects for Allegedly Cloning Ambode’s Phone
  • DG NEMA Calls for Amendment of Agency’s Act
  • Police Nab 12 Crime Suspects in Niger
  • Herdsmen Seek Protection from Enugu Police, Allege Killings of Members
  • Prosecution Closed His Case against Ricky Tarfa
  • US, FCT High Court Draft ‘Benchbook’ for Nigerian Judges
  • Residents Flee as Rival Gangs Raze Shops, Houses, Vehicles in Ibadan
  • N’Assemby C’ttee Chairmen on Environment Absent at EIA Act Review Workshop
  • Shehu Sani: Loans Not Used Judiciously Will Not be Approved
  • One Killed, Several Injured as Hoodlums Go on Rampage in Taraba
  • Kidnappers Abduct Brother of Vanguard Reporter in Edo

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Egypt Accuses Reuters, BBC Of “Inaccurate Coverage” Of Clashes In Western Desert
  • Air Traffic Controllers Want Second Runway At Abuja Airport
  • Ban Power Sector Stakeholders From Using Generators – Group
  • Odinga Urges Supporters To Boycott Repeat Poll
  • APC Is Making Good What PDP Made Bad – Sen. Adamu
  • Nigeria Denies Plans To Extradite 1000 Turkish Nationals
  • Metuh’s Trial: Why I Ordered Jonathan To Appear As Witness – Justice Okon Abang
  • Makarfi College Of Health Technology To Award Degree Soon – Lawmaker
  • Who Brought Maina Into Office, Senate Queries
  • MUCH Doctors Solicit Stakeholders’ Intervention To Avert Another Strike
  • PDP Demands Arrest, Prosecution Of Maina
  • Breaking: Herdsmen Demand N25m For Omafuaire Release
  • Breaking: Justice Okon Abang Orders Jonathan To Appear In Court Wednesday
  • Head Of Service Oyo-Ita Submits Report On Maina To Presidency
  • Nigeria, Indonesia Agree To Strengthen Economic Ties
  • Police Seize Cult Gangsters Who Rape Girls During Initiation
  • Obi Will Fail In His Godfatherism Quest In Anambra – Obigwe
  • Magnificent’ Kane would cost 250 million – Perez
  • Cristiano Ronaldo Best FIFA Mens Player
  • Proposed FIFA rule on nationality switch: Nigeria may pay England for Iwobi, Aina
  • 2018 World Cup: Eagles target semi final – Rohr
  • Maina: Outrage as Danbazzau, Head of Service trade blames
  • FG trying in vain to pin Kanu’s absence on Abaribe – IPOB
  • Why Court ordered Police to pay Evans’ brother-in-law N2m
  • APC’s change policy hinged on restructuring —Oyegun
  • People’ll stone me if I don’t implement grazing law – Gov Ortom
  • FG can’t stop doctors from private practice — NMA
  • EFCC closes bribery case against Tarfa
  • Breaking: Southern govs unite on true federalism, devolution of powers

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Tribune

  • Abductors of ex-police DPO demands N25m ransom
  • BREAKING: 7 traders die in Osun/Oyo road auto crash
  • 80-year-old ex-police DPO, wife, 1 other person kidnapped in Edo
  • Miyetti Allah: Herdsmen contribute to nation’s growth, transport 6,000 cows to Lagos daily
  • PCN seals 287 illegal pharmacies in Kogi
  • Opposition calls for postponement of Enugu LG poll, wants ENSIEC boss sacked
  • NECA frowns at unwarranted oversight by lawmakers on OPS
  • 3 states join FG’s school feeding programme
  • Explore your position to right the wrongs in Yorubaland ―Ooni to Gani Adams
  • PANDEF says it’s engaging FG on development of Niger Delta
  • Telecommunications companies shun reps audit panel
  • EFCC investigator escapes assassination
  • Rickey Tarfa to open defence in bribery case
  • Al-makura sends 11 LGA IMC nominees to Nasarawa Assembly
  • Buhari goes to Niamey for ECOWAS meeting
  • Trump disputes military widow’s account of condolence call
  • Israel maintains robust arms trade with rogue regimes
  • Kenya’s Ruth Odinga to be charged over Kisumu protest
  • US ready to put nuclear bombers on 24-hour alert
  • Stakeholders task govt on price control implementation
  • FG launches cottage fish farms in Abuja, Ekiti, five other states
  • Edo farmers to cultivate 250,000 hectares of land in 2 years —Obaseki
  • Weed management: IITA-CWMP records major breakthrough
  • NDE, Algeria collaborate on palm tree farming
  • SME plays crucial role in creating decent job —ILO
  • Why we picketed MTN, AEPB —Wabba
  • Airtel, Lagos govt partner to curb domestic, sexual violence
  • HMD Global breaks barriers with New Nokia 8 on Android
  • NIMC 2017 Trade fair: Identity commission partners ACCI to register 30,000 participants
  • Obtain National Identification Numbers, NIMC advises Nigerians
  • Why Nigeria is lagging behind in mobile payment —ALTON

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

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