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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, September 26, 2017

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Punch

  • 20 injured, vehicles vandalised as Sunshine, Osun fans clash
  • Heroin trafficker bags death sentence
  • ‘FG owes Redeemer’s University $375,000’
  • We have put Ghana defeat behind us – Eagles
  • Man hangs self in Ondo
  • N15bn fraud: EFCC challenges Tambuwal for pardoning commissioners, others
  • British Airways probes racist comments about Nigerian passengers
  • Ooni enters seclusion for Olojo festival
  • APC, Sagay at war over rogue elephant comment
  • IG orders dismantling of road blocks nationwide
  • Adamawa lawmakers impeach principal officers, Speaker survives
  • Obiano, law professor clash over IPOB ban
  • 23 states exceeded borrowing limits– FRC
  • Unilorin not a terrorist organisation – management
  • ‘95% of motorists lack proper driving training’
  • FG gazettes IPOB ban, to write banks, embassies, foreign missions
  • Gunmen open fire as Olubadan installs Mogajis, Baales at palace
  • North shouldn’t dismiss call for restructuring – Ahmadu Bello Foundation
  • Man hangs self in Ondo
  • British Airways probes racist comments about Nigerian passengers
  • Empty oxygen tank: Report indicts medical workers for death of two-year-old
  • Slain Imo reverend father buried amid tears
  • Hoodlums kill Ogun manager on govt farmland
  • Car hire operator arraigned for N6m theft
  • Pirates attack boat, kill two in Bayelsa
  • [PHOTOS] Fayose completes religious triad, felicitates with masquerades
  • Cannabis- smoking sergeant slaps DPO for arresting him
  • APC, Sagay at war over rogue elephant comment
  • [PHOTO] Politician gets 21-month jail term for sexting with 15-year-old girl
  • Adamawa Assembly removes Deputy Speaker, three others
  • Permanent secretaries in Benue earn N500,000 monthly — Ortom
  • Attack on Osun commissioner in Ondo barbaric – Aregbesola
  • Day Aisha Alhassan jailed Fawehinmi, Beko and I over June 12 – Falana
  • Nigeria needs restructuring to create balance —Tinubu
  • PDP must win 2019 elections by a landslide – Adebutu
  • Jonathan inherited Diezani from Obasanjo — Ex-minister

(www.punchng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Medical Practitioner Calls On Governments To Invest In Health Sector
  • N/Assembly Stinks As Members Resume Plenary
  • Nigeria Needs Manpower To Develop Infrastructure – CMD Boss
  • Nigeria Recall Arsenal’s Iwobi For Zambia Tie
  • British Airways Probes Stewardess Racist Joke About Nigeria Passengers
  • Ogba Zoo Attack: We Are On Top Of Security Situation, Obaseki Assures
  • MWe Recommended Rotational, Single Six-Year Term In ’95 – Atiku
  • SDGs Implementation: Nigeria Ahead Of Many Developed Countries – Orelope-Adefulire
  • Good Governance, Re-Balancing Of Federation Essential For Peace – Professors
  • ‘My Husband Never Feeds Me’, Divorce Seeking Housewife Tells Court
  • World Will End 15 October Says Doomsday Prophet
  • Calabar River Residents Spoil For War With PHEDC Over Rising Cases Of Electrocution
  • APC, A ‘One-Chance’ Vehicle — Turaki
  • Man Accused Of Raping Neighbour
  • Nigeria’s Real Estate Sector Set To Witness Boost As Investment Options For Part-Ownership Unveiled
  • Campaign Manual: Between Obaze And Obiano
  • STRIKE: Govt After Our Lives, Kogi Labour Leaders Cry Out

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Guardian

  • PRONACO to reconvene conference in January
  • Lawyers doubt government’s capacity to try 1, 670 Boko Haram suspects
  • Uncertainty trails Nigeria’s next marginal field bid round
  • Trump tweets about ‘destroyed’ Puerto Rico after criticism
  • Enyimba dismiss link with WAFU Cup winning Ghanaian coach
  • Thousands evacuated from Vanuatu island as volcano erupts
  • Ambodes pledges to make Lagos safest African city
  • Buhari greets re-elected Merkel, returns from London
  • Family in shock over kidnap of minister of state’s brother, Ogba zoo bloodbath
  • APC flays Sagay over remarks on officials, membership recruitment
  • Suspected gunmen invade Olubadan’s palace
  • Dortmund meet Madrid again, Man City face Shakhtar Donetsk
  • NCC league will revolutionise Nigerian tennis, says Greensprings Schools’ executive director
  • All set for third Oba Kabir Shotobi Independence Day mini-marathon
  • NBBF excited by Nigeria’s U-18 teams’ silver medals at Mali 2017
  • Cowrie RFC wins Gosar Sevens championship
  • Garba Lawal counts gains from Eagles’ participation in WAFU Cup
  • The 23rd Nigerian Economic Summit: “Opportunities, productivity and employment to actualise the economic recovery and growth plan”
  • Tokyo stocks close lower on US-NorthKorea woes
  • Ogbeh to speak on role of agriculture for sustainable wealth creation
  • Anambra 2017: Coast clears for Obiano
  • Legality of ‘special courts’ for corruption cases
  • ‘Cheques’ and balances as spoilers…
  • IPOB, budget delay top agenda as Senate resumes
  • Youths berate Akeredolu for attacks on leaders
  • Adamawa assembly impeaches deputy speaker, majority leader, others
  • Lawyers urged to be creative in litigating maternal health issues
  • Group trains lawyers on oral advocacy
  • Demilitarising our hearts and minds
  • Dust off your shoulder pads — ‘Dynasty’ is back
  • Boris Charmatz, the man who wants to make you dance
  • Ice Prince, Seyi Law, others receive Peace Achievers Awards
  • IGP orders dismantling of roadblocks nationwide
  • Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” Is No. One On Billboard Hot 100
  • Molecule kills HIV as single-day pill offers one-year treatment

(www.guardian.ng)           

 

Sun

  • INEC begins Dino Melaye’s recall process, drops notice at his office
  • Olubadan defies gunmen, installs new baales
  • I never donated funds to any bank –Akpabio
  • Ogbonnaya Onu in Australia, Japan for international confabs
  • IPOB, flood, PIGB, economy top agenda as NASS resumes
  • Atiku clarifies position on restructuring
  • INEC to serve Melaye notice of recall today
  • Buhari to shake up cabinet
  • Killers of three cops are militants –Edo CP
  • Crack in APC deepens, as party tackles Buhari’s appointee
  • We’re proud of Wike’s developmental strides – PDP
  • Ondo gets 2.9m mosquito nets
  • Japan kills 177 whales in Pacific campaign
  • Putin calls Merkel after election victory – Kremlin
  • Thousands evacuated from Vanuatu island as volcano erupts
  • Call for sack: Enugu APC passes vote of confidence in Onyeama
  • Era of cheap money over in Nigeria –Eyiboh
  • Anambra guber: I’ll complete link roads Obiano abandoned – Nwoye
  • Arik Air slashes fares on Lagos-Abuja flights
  • Ogunbanjo replaces Aig-Imoukhuede as NSE president
  • LMC urges team to build on gains of WAFU experience
  • UEFA Champions League: Guardiola: We’ll shatter Shakhtar with goals
  • Ezenwa: Eagles’ll do better in CHAN

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Thisday

  • FG Open to Divestment of 40% Shares in Discos, Says Fashola
  • Oil Price Hits All Year High $58 Per Barrel
  • Hip-hop Twins, Peter and Paul Okoye, Finally Split
  • 2017 Budget: FG Keeps Mum on Capital Releases
  • Presidency Consults Saraki, CJN in Expanded PEBEC Meeting Today
  • Presidential Panel Begins Hearing on Alleged Rights Abuses by Army, Others
  • Apapa Gridlock: LASG Summons Stakeholders for Lasting Solution
  • Buhari Returns to Abuja, Congratulates Merkel on Fourth Election as German Chancellor
  • Recall: Melaye Denies Evading Petition, Timetable Service
  • Former Ekiti First Lady Elected into Stock Exchange Council
  • Court Remands 60 IPOB Members in Prison
  • Journalists Escape Death as Gunmen Attack Olubadan’s Palace
  • Adamawa Assembly Removes Deputy Speaker, Three Others
  • Buhari Feeds Three Million School Kids
  • Appeal Court Commences Special Session to Determine over 209 Cases in Kogi
  • IG Orders Dismantling of Road Blocks Nationwide
  • Killers of Three Policemen are Militants, Says Edo CP
  • FG Condemns Deadly Attack on Benin Zoo
  • Military Invasion: Don’t Keep Quiet in the Face of Intimidation, Igbo Elders Told
  • Pirates Kill Two in Bayelsa
  • Suspects Plead Guilty to Importing 661
  • Nigerian Editors Commend Army, Security Agencies for Combating Insurgency, Militancy
  • Ambode Donates 120 5Kva Generating Sets To Power Police Formations
  • Media Group Names NAFDAC into ‘FOI Hall of Shame’,
  • Human Trafficking: NAPTIP Plans Staff Deployment to Embassies
  • Obaze Insists on Serving Only One Term If Elected Governor
  • Onu Arrives Australia for 68th International Astronautical Congress
  • Abuja Light Rail to Begin Operation in December
  • Ambode: Lagos Judiciary Beacon of Hope for Nigeria
  • Premier Lotto Staff, FIRS Bicker over N790m Tax Debts

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • IPOB proscription an illegality – SAN
  • Amend Rent Control Law to regulate Agency Fees, Lawyer charges Ambode
  • Ambode to new Ag CJ: Discharge your duties with wisdom, integrity
  • NGO says Bayelsa born winner of voice of Nigeria 2 brought honour to state
  • Bayelsa State Governor, Henry Seriake Dickson
  • Dickson urges Nigerians in Diaspora to close ranks
  • Death of Lagos Chief Imam, big loss to Muslim community, Nigeria – Aregbesola
  • IPOB not set up to fight for anyone or group but to destabilise Nigeria – FG
  • Be accountable for decisions you take – Cleric tells lawyers
  • Four shortlisted for NAFDAC top job
  • APC makes U-Turn, set to participate in Ekiti LG election
  • British American Tobacco invests N1 billion into Agric in Nigeria
  • Wabba, Ortom disagree over FG intervention fund
  • Youths told to harness their talent and make Bayelsa proud
  • EKSU Alumni moves for reversion of institution’s name to UNAD
  • North Korea accuses Trump of declaring war
  • Violent crime in US rises for second consecutive year
  • Merkel braces for coalition government in Germany
  • New ADVAN boss stresses data imperatives in marketing
  • How we clinched Euro Global marketing communication account —CentrespreadGrey
  • At Brand zone’s conference, experts to set agenda on national branding
  • German election: Angela Merkel wins fourth term
  • Merkel wins fourth term in Germany
  • Equities market opens week with 0.37% loss
  • NSE, Ciuci to recognise 10 thriving enterprises
  • NSE holds 56th AGM, as Aig-Imokhuede steps down as council president
  • MPC: Analysts favour unchanged rates on anticipated public sector spending
  • MPC meeting: Analysts’ consensus favours another retention of policy rates
  • USSD code: Banks, others to make input on regulatory framework

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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