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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, April 25, 2018


  • We’ll increase Nigeria’s identity database to 70 million – Buhari
  • Convention: Buhari meets APC govs, seeks support for Oshiomhole
  • Governance in Nigeria is spiritual warfare – Osinbajo
  • Senate, Reps joint committee to probe invasion, mace theft
  • Dino Melaye jumps out of police van, ends up in hospital
  • 24 APC governors endorse Buhari’s re-election bid
  • Protests in Benue as herdsmen kill two Catholic priests, 17 others inside church
  • Nigeria key to Africa’s prosperity, stability –US
  • FIRS generates N1.17tn in three months
  • NEMA DG, SEMAs disagree over N8bn relief materials’ distribution
  • Alleged Badoo sponsor, Abayomi, loses N500m claims against police
  • Sex-for-mark: Alleged victim, Monica Osagie, appears before OAU panel
  • Lagos couple found dead in apartment
  • Lagos makes N103.476bn revenue in three months
  • Insecurity: Lawmaker donates police stations to Taraba command
  • Edo returnees protest stipend delay
  • Gunmen kill police informant in Akwa Ibom
  • Man, 75, remanded for defiling 2 girls in Niger



The Nation

  • Buhari backs Oshiomhole for APC national chairman
  • National Assembly fails to pass 2018 budget
  • Senator urges Buhari to release $500m to fund police
  • Alleged N4b fraud: EFCC relocates Senator Nwaoboshi to Lagos for trial
  • Alleged N5.7b SURE-P fraud: Court remands ex-governor in EFCC’s custody
  • World Bank’s N8.6b cash coming to 5,916 youths
  • Defence minister launches intelligence centre in Abuja
  • Glo signs deal with Huawei for another submarine cable
  • Dangote exports 211kt cement to three African countries
  • Lagos APC bans chair, others from re-election
  • Sex-for-marks: Prof. failed me deliberately, says student
  • NOUN disowns fake exams questions on Buhari
  • SERAP to court: order Saraki, other senators to refund N13.5m monthly allowance
  • 20 killed in Nasarawa communal clash
  • Mother, four others killed in Bonny/Andoni crisis
  • UI withdraws 408 students for poor performance
  • Don’t blame judges for delayed cases, says CJN




  • Use NIN To Democratize Africa, Buhari Charges Leaders
  • Reps mull Buhari’s impeachment over $496m Tucano aircraft purchase
  • Switzerland Returned $322.5m Abacha Loot With Interest — Envoy
  • INEC Denies KADSIECOM Use Of Its Card Readers For Council Poll
  • How Oil Marketers Plotted To Confine Me To Wheelchair — Okonjo-Iweala
  • Methodist Church To Buhari: Empower Herdsmen To Pursue Education
  • Auto Tech: Tata Motors Compliant With Govt’s Tech Transfer Policy – NADDC
  • Afenifere Asks NASS To Sanction Buhari Over Purchase Of $496m Aircraft
  • How I Was Almost Set Ablaze Over Alleged Theft Of N16,000 — 15-Yr-Old Girl
  • Edo plans biggest oil palm plantation in Nigeria
  • Pensioners Put Lawmakers To Task As Lagos Assembly Amends Pension Law
  • Lagos Disburses N9.29bn To 2,466 Retirees
  • ANAMBRA: Nteje Kingship Crisis Deepens As Youths Disrupt Ofala Festival




  • Rowdy session as Reps push for Buhari’s impeachment
  • Nigeria’s participation on line as supreme court rules on Giwa, Pinnick case
  • Tinubu wants third-term contestants for Lagos political offices to drop bid
  • Buhari meets APC governors in Aso Rock
  • Salah runs riot as Liverpool hit five past Roma
  • 8,000 whistle blowers recorded in one year
  • Suspected herdsmen kill two Catholic priests, 17 others
  • NDLEA officer allegedly kills Lagos council official
  • NANS, NUPENG accuse govt of neglecting Niger Delta petroleum varsity
  • FG plans 70m digital data base growth by 2019
  • Family in court over demolition of property
  • ‘Fantastic’ Liverpool surpass Klopp’s expectations
  • Europa League offers last chance for Wenger to sign off a winner
  • LMC probes ‘Owerri fracas’ as Plateau United condemns assault on team
  • Oxlade-Chamberlain injury casts shadow on five-star Liverpool show
  • Celtics hold off Bucks to take series lead
  • Bayern’s James has nothing to prove to Real Madrid – Zidane
  • NACC, stakeholders chart path to trade growth via PPP model
  • Ondo partners NIMASA to develop waterway
  • ‘Gains of UNIDO’s $50 million programme in Nigeria’
  • The ‘approved’ $1b for arms purchase
  • Does Buhari love NYSC?
  • Of course, youth could be lazy
  • Women, youths charged to support Atiku
  • ‘I wish the Senate is abolished, House of Reps, a part-time job’
  • Aregbesola canvasses credible candidates to succeed him




  • Herdsmen Kill Two Priests, 14 Worshippers in Benue, Buhari Condemns Killings
  • Dangote Cement Mulls London Listing, Appoints Cherie Blair, Mick Davis to…
  • $496m Withdrawal: House Lawmakers Grandstand, Call for Buhari’s Impeachment
  • Sex-for-marks Scandal: Monica Osagie Appears Before OAU Panel
  • Buhari Condemns Killings of Priests, Worshippers in Benue
  • Melaye Hospitalised After Daring Escape from Police Custody
  • CJN: Don’t Blame Judiciary for Failed Court Cases
  • AfDB to Implement Action Plan on Prevention of Illicit Financial Flows
  • 10 Killed in Bloody Clash between Abia, Cross River Communities
  • Herdsmen Kill Two Priests, 14 Worshipers in Benue
  • Catholic Church Confirms Killing of Two Priests by Herdsmen in Benue
  • Satellite Internet – Satellite internet provider
  • UK Declares Oyakhilome’s Christ Embassy Church…
  • Dangote Cement Mulls London Listing, Appoints Cherie Blair, Mick Davis to…
  • $496m Withdrawal: House Lawmakers Grandstand, Call for Buhari’s Impeachment
  • Sex-for-marks Scandal: Monica Osagie Appears Before OAU Panel
  • US Human Rights Report: PDP Urges Trump to Cancel Meeting with…
  • Buhari Dumps Oyegun, Solicits Governors’ Support for Oshiomhole as APC Chairman
  • N’Assembly Constitutes C’ttee to Investigate Invasion, Tightens Security




  • APC chairmanship: Buhari meets APC governors in Aso Rock, rallies support for Oshiomhole
  • Congresses: Lagos APC bans Ajomale, others from seeking re-election
  • Dino Melaye rearrested at Zankil Hospital
  • Police arrest: Drama as Dino Melaye jumps out of moving police vehicle; admitted in hospital
  • Uproar in Reps over Buhari’s anticipatory approval for $496m to purchase military hardware
  • Abuja Investments Company denies plan to sack workers
  • Oshiomhole’s endorsement childish, Oyegun tells Edo gov, APC south-south caucus
  • Benue killings: Ortom cuts vacation short
  • 2019: Lagos APC working tirelessly to return Ambode with 5m votes ―Igbokwe
  • Controversies trail Melaye’s whereabouts
  • FUNAAB @ 30: We’ll remain committed to quality academic and research activities ―VC
  • Fire razes automobile shops in Ondo
  • Protest in Makurdi as herdsmen allegedly kill Priests, 17 worshipers
  • Respond to US corruption, human rights allegations, PDP charges Buhari, APC
  • Job security of our members a priority —Apkoreha
  • ASURI laments poor funding of research
  • Labour must rise to demand good governance, defend Nigerians —AUPCTRE President
  • Court declares SARS’ detention of businessman illegal
  • Businesswoman charged with attempted arson, slapping landlord’s son
  • ICPC docks ex-chairman of Kwara Poly Governing Council over bribe
  • ICPC arraigns businessman for alleged N140,000 fraud
  • Applicant in court for alleged abduction of mino




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