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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, October 31, 2017

The Sun

  • BREAKING: One million march in support of anti-open grazing law in Benue
  • APC Caucus passes vote of confidence on leaders
  • As Buhari sacks Lawal, Oke, Nigerians press for their prosecution
  • EFCC tracks Maina to Dubai, US, UK –Magu
  • APC national caucus meets in Aso Rock
  • Clvil war landmines: FG, 10 states agree N88bn settlement
  • Forensic audit exposes more fraud at National Arts Theatre
  • Newswatch: Jimoh Ibrahim wins at Appeal Court
  • Ikpeazu, Abaribe know Nnamdi Kanu’s  whereabouts –Pan-Igbo youth group
  • I’ve no friction with president, says Tinubu
  • FG saves $2m annually from local cement production – BUA CEO
  • Over 5,000 security personnel for Nov. 4 Enugu LG Polls
  • PENGASSAN Mobil Nigeria Branch gets new chairman
  • No immunity for Babachir, Oke, says Garba Shehu
  • South-South leaders back Oyegun, condemn youths protest in Abuja
  • Police arrest burglar of Sen. Nwaoboshi’s residence in Asaba
  • 7 Rohingya refugees drown as refugee boat capsizes off Bangladesh
  • Saudi opens stadiums to women
  • Drunk man rapes 100-yr-old woman to death
  • Anambra: PDP treading familiar path
  • To change Nigeria’s situation, more women needed in leadership, says Masi-Garba
  • Anambra guber : Enugu-Onitsha expressway: How Nwoye got Fashola to order contractors back to site
  • Electricity pricing: Senators to meet Fashola
  • Banking&Finance: Exchange rates take centre stage at CIBN investiture
  • Banking&Finance: Credit to high risk sectors may weigh down banks –Chioke, Afrinvest boss
  • NFF technical committee gets 3-day ultimatum
  • Kanu, others storm Kano for IDPs
  • Russia 2018 W/Cup qualifier : Mikel leads 23 others for Algeria, Argentina clash

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Guardian

  • After Kenyatta win, all eyes on embattled Odinga
  • PDP seeks impeachment as Buhari sacks SGF, NIA boss
  • 47 years after, government to pay Civil War victims N50b
  • US court blocks Trump’s military transgender ban
  • Moses missing as Rohr names 24 players for Algeria, Argentina matches
  • Cabal in Buhari’s cabinet fake news, says Tinubu
  • Man, 29, rapes 85 year-old woman in Osun
  • Babachir: Nigerians outcry forced president to sack him, says Fayose
  • Jonathan files application to quash appearance at Metuh’s trial
  • Buhari, Ouattara meet to strengthen democracy in Togo, Liberia
  • Youths beat vigilance group operatives to stupour for disrupting ritual
  • Leicester’s Demarai Gray ‘ready to sign’ new deal
  • Mbappe form casts cloud over PSG with last 16 in sight
  • Morata denies finding London “stressful”
  • Bayern star Lewandowski to miss Celtic clash
  • Conte to let Kante decide on comeback
  • Tottenham wait on Kane’s fitness for Real Madrid tie
  • Emefiele woos global investor-community in London
  • ‘Nigeria’s economic future is in its hands’
  • CBN offers N5 billion maximum support for non-oil export project
  • Raila, Uhuru, don’t plunge Kenya into crisis
  • Government, IPOB and the rest of us
  • Tinubu declines to comment on Buhari’s re-election
  • Protesters demand Odigie-Oyegun’s removal
  • Anambra PDP struggles with intra-party distractions ahead of guber poll
  • ‘Nigeria Law School faculties don’t have courses in aviation’
  • ‘ILA promotes greater respect for and adherence to international law’
  • Juries seek enhanced ADR use in dispute settlement

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Punch

  • Israeli firm to secure Nigeria’s maritime space
  • Issues from Southern governors’ forum
  • New SGF is Babachir Lawal’s cousin, says Junaid Mohammed
  • Berlusconi probed over alleged link to mafia bombings
  • Nollywood is demonising the Nigerian culture
  • Police nab eight kidnap suspects in Adamawa
  • Leicester’s Demarai Gray to sign new deal
  • Five ways to maximise your mobile data usage
  • AfDB cancels $400m loan to Nigeria
  • Police arrest man after 9 dismembered bodies found in his room
  • Catalan deposed president to hold press conference in Brussels
  • 100-year-old dies after being raped by drunken man
  • FG saves $2bn annually from local cement production
  • Kenyans await Odinga’s response to Kenyatta election win
  • ‘Not one piece of evidence’ Russia interfered in US elections’
  • 100-year-old dies after being raped by drunken man
  • Five arrested for selling two babies for N1.1m
  • Air Peace: Suspected burglar confessed, stole N1m – Police
  • Soldiers storm Ibadan community, mark 49 houses for demolition
  • Carpenter dismembers friend, reports self to residents
  • Policemen kill 55-year-old during attack on Lagos market
  • 26 injured in crash on Enugu-Abakaliki road
  • Mother of electrocuted undergraduate seeks N10m compensation from PHED
  • Policeman arrested over alleged rape of girl, 14
  • Chidoka wants technology used for Anambra poll
  • Osun 2018: APC using police to silence me, says Omisore
  • Buhari presides over APC national caucus meeting
  • 2019: INEC considers disabled persons
  • Buhari presides over APC national caucus meeting
  • Babachir’s sack: We’ve been vindicated, says APC
  • Edo Assembly approves reduction of 2017 budget
  • Rising foreign loans risky for exchange rate – IMF

(www.punchng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Emir To Herdsmen: Avoid Clash Of Any Sort In The Interest Nigeria
  • South-South Leaders Back Oyegun, Condemn Youth Protest In Abuja
  • Police Nab 8 Kidnap Suspects In Adamawa
  • Anambra Gov. Poll: Group Urges Candidates To Embrace Issues-Based Campaign
  • FG Saves $2m Annually From Local Cement Production – BUA CEO
  • Over 5,000 Security Personnel For Nov.4 Enugu LG Polls – CP Danmalam
  • Society Of Real Estate Developers Of Nigeria Debuts, To Tackle Country’s Huge Housing Deficit
  • Examining Odigie-Oyegun’s Scorecard
  • HOSTCON Vows To Tackle Pipeline Vandals
  • Osayomore: We Are Still Negotiating With Abductors — Family
  • EGCDF Projects Complement FG’s Devt Plan For N-Delta —Minister
  • LAUTECH: Doctors Draw Battle Line With Ajimobi
  • Leadership Crisis In CD Deepens, As National Exco Sacked
  • Farmers/Herders Clashes Claim 2,500 Lives, $13.7bn In One Year — Abdulsalami
  • No Definite Date For Census — NPC
  • Nigeria’s Debt Shift To Increase Exchange Rate Risks — IMF
  • Samurai retains Lagos Rugby 7s title
  • Ogunbote is Rangers new coach!
  • Lukaku is ‘untouchable’ – Mourinho
  • Neymar regrets leaving us – Barcelona
  • After 6 months, Buhari fires Lawal, Amb Oke; appoints Mustapha as new SGF
  • N17bn pension fraud: Police, EFCC speak on Maina, Interpol
  • Sagay, others urge Maina to publish beneficiaries of looted pensions funds
  • N88bn compensation to victims of Biafra war: Anambra, Rivers, Akwa Ibom, Delta, Ebonyi, Cross River, Abia, Enugu, Benue to benefit
  • FG contracts $186m waterways security to Israeli firm
  • Mass exit of doctors looms in Lagos hospitals
  • Alleged N400m fraud: Metuh must deposit N1bn for me to testify – Jonathan
  • Breaking: EFCC, ICPC to investigate sacked Babachir, Oke – Presidency
  • Babachir & Oke’s sack: PDP calls for President Buhari’s impeachment

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Tinubu: Alleged Rift with President is Fake News
  • Boss Mustapha is New SGF, Babachir, Oke to Face Prosecution
  • FG Agrees to Pay N88bn as Compensation to Nigerian Civil War…
  • Heineken Unveils First Africa Inspired Fashion Collection
  • IMF: Debt Service Becoming Burden to Nigeria, Others
  • Alison-Madueke Moves to Compel Court to Join or Delete Her Name from Criminal Charge
  • APGA: Obiano Remains Our Authentic Candidate
  • FG Engages Israeli Firm to Police Nigeria’s Territorial Waters
  • Newswatch: Jimoh Ibrahim Wins in Appeal Court
  • Kachikwu: IOCs Interested in Investing over $15bn in Nigeria
  • Businessman in Court over Importation of Fake KILIT Insecticide
  • Nestle Grows Nine Months Profit to N23bn, Recommends N15 Interim Dividend
  • Police Arrest 200 Cows in Yola
  • ‘Emulate Otti’s Politics Without Bitterness’
  • House C’ttee Probes Activities of Telecoms Operators, Banks, Others
  • NSCDC Deploys 1,000 to Rid Hotels in Kwara of Strippers
  • Elumelu Joins Obama, World Leaders in Chicago
  • Ijebu-Igbo Residents Angry over Killing of RTEAN Member
  • Two Female Suicide Bombers Killed in Maiduguri
  • Senate Mourns Danjuma Goje’s Wife
  • Ambode Congratulates New UNILAG VC, Oluwatoyin Ogundipe
  • FG: No Definite Date for National Census
  • Hope Democratic Party Sues Buhari, AGF, Three Others over Abuses by EFCC
  • CSO Accuses FG of Withholding N1tn Gas Flare Fines
  • Policeman Arrested for Allegedly Abducting, Raping 14-year-old Girl
  • FCT Minister Confers Honorary Citizenship on Ivoirian President
  • Ekiti Pensioners Mourn Death of Seven Members in Two Weeks
  • Abdulsalami: Nigeria Has Lost $13.7bn in One Year to Farmers/Herdsmen Clashes
  • Ayade Presents 50 Vehicles for Security Operations
  • Uzodimma Calls for Abolition of State of Origin Clause, Referendum on Restructuring
  • Police Invitation, Ploy to Malign, Frame Me, Says Omisore
  • DHQ Debunks Culpability of NAF in Deaths of Army Officer, Eight Soldiers
  • APGA Chief: Obiano Will Win Anambra Election With 85% of Votes Cast
  • Boss Mustapha is New SGF, Babachir, Oke to Face Prosecution
  • APGA: Obiano Remains Our Authentic Candidate
  • Fowler: VAIDS Has Yielded N18bn in Four Months

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • NAFDAC decentralises, reviews registration fees by 50% —DG
  • ‎SEC inaugurates capital market development fund board
  • Another EKSU student hacked to death in suspected cultists’ reprisal
  • PDP Chairman: Northern group backs Secondus
  • SGF’s appointment: Buhari to consolidate power in 2019 —Source
  • Shift military attention to Fulani herdsmen menace, Fayose charges FG
  • The Chairman of Labour Party, Mr Abdulkadir Abdulsalam
  • Labour Party to reposition for active opposition role
  • Ajimobi will have no choice but to support my gov ambition ―Bayo Shittu
  • John Odigie Oyegu, convention, govs APC crisis
  • Anti-Oyegun protesters storm APC secretariat
  • Aregbesola’s contributions to education sector is legendary ―Health Minister
  • Oyo govt resuscitates Fashola farms, other
  • Judgments should be commensurate with offences, Ajimobi charges justices
  • Ondo govt denies plans to stop free education
  • Proscribed Auchi poly SUG accuses rector of fraud, tyranny
  • Biafra war: FG to pay N88bn compensation to victims as parties agree to settle out of court
  • Movie industry to get single digit interest rate for investment ―Lai Mohammed
  • Over reliance on crude oil bane of economic devt’ ―NCCN
  • Amend Rent Control Law to regulate Agency Fees, Lawyer charges Ambode
  • Newly appointed UNILAG VC, Prof Ogundipe well-positioned for the job ―Ambode
  • Development Bank disburses N5bn to 20,000 MSMEs
  • Q3:2017: Union Bank gross earnings go up by 16%
  • Nigeria accounts for 50% of S/Saharan improved growth forecast ―IMF
  • Equities market opens week positive, adds N8bn
  • Oyo NMA urges women’s support for health bill
  • 125,000 women vaccinated against tetanus in Oyo
  • Children may also experience urinary difficulties – Expert
  • Polio vaccines is safe, Islamic – Sultan of Sokoto
  • Manafort indicted on conspiracy, money laundering charges: special counsel
  • Kenyan President Kenyatta re-elected with 98 per cent of vote – Election commission
  • Spanish prosecutor seeks charges for deposed Catalan leaders
  • US, S. Korea, Japan warn Pyongyang to stop irresponsible provocations
  • Akwa Ibom govt assures residents of flood prevention measures
  • FRIN going beyond environmental sustainability to economic empowerment from the environment —Adepoju
  • 11 things Nigeria wants for the environment
  • E-waste can no longer be ignored in Nigeria, says environment minister

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

The Nation

  • Greenhouse gas emissions set to bust Paris deal by 30% – UN
  • Skye Bank takes ‘Ref ‘n’ Win’ promo to tertiary institutions
  • APC caucus passes vote of confidence on party leadership
  • Gombe advises residents to avoid monkey pox prone areas
  • Police nab eight kidnap suspects in Adamawa
  • FG saves $2m annually from local cement production – BUA CEO
  • Police arrest burglar of Sen. Nwaoboshi’s residence in Asaba
  • Rangers International FC to be on Nigerian Stock Exchange soon
  • 2, 045 corps members to pass out Thursday in Kwara
  • MTN calls $4.2bn claim by Turkcell opportunistic, baseless
  • Police arrests man for raping 85-year-old woman
  • Anambra Poll: Group urges candidates to embrace issues-based campaign
  • UNFPA urges FG to fight high fertility, maternal mortality
  • NAFDAC moves to ease registration of products for MSMEs
  • Kogi United resumes training for new NNL season Nov. 18
  • Ambode hails Ogundipe’s appointment as Unilag VC
  • FUBK gets new Vice Chancellor
  • OAU’s student’s death: poor grades, depression, murder ?
  • Maina: NANS wants suspected accomplices suspended
  • Governing councils want colleges granted university status
  • Plateau polytechnic student jailed four years for rape
  • Technical varsity to run disruptive model
  • Hospital to spend N1 bn on equipment, others
  • Monkey pox: Kano confirms suspected victim
  • Research: Adherence to prescription can alter hypertension
  • Cossy Orjiakor gets new butt
  • More prospects for film business as AFRIFF 2017 opens in Lagos
  • I’m back, says Prince Umukoro
  • APC Caucus passes vote of confidence on leadership
  • Falegan: Imposition‘ll not stand in Ekiti
  • Why power must shift in Ekiti, by aspirant

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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