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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, January 31, 2018

The Sun

  • 2019: Buhari not too old to contest –FONGON
  • …President back from Addis-Ababa
  • Obasanjo causing trouble –Ameh Ebute
  • SEC: Administrative panel recommends Gwarzo’s dismissal
  • National security: Buhari dealing with threats –Minister
  • Deji Tinubu, Ambode’s aide, buried
  • Alleged graft: EFCC can’t probe states without Assemblies’ nod –Court
  • Buhari’s anti-graft war on course –Ribadu
  • Herdsmen’s killings: Again, Osinbajo urges no retaliation
  • Buhari: I’ll no longer tolerate killings, kidnappings
  • PDP criticises Obaseki’s frequent oversea trips
  • 2019 Presidency: We’ll back candidates who support restructuring –Ijaw leaders
  • Gunmen kill 7, injure 2 in Nasarawa
  • Best way to prevent your smart phone from unnecessary invasion
  • Senegal unveils digital voice signature for PLWD, others
  • Oko Poly declares 2 days holiday for Ekwueme
  • Indonesia’s Aceh orders Muslim stewardesses to wear headscarves
  • Earthquake jolts Afghanistan, tremors felt in Pakistan
  • UK delegation, APC leader hold talks on 2019 polls
  • Buhari wants to keep us together by force, it won’t work –Adebanjo
  • Senegal unveils digital voice signature for PLWD, others
  • Best way to prevent your smart phone from unnecessary invasion
  • Nigeria eyes CHAN 2018 final spot
  • Etebo joins Las Palmas on loan
  • Khan throws water at Greco

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • SEC probe: Panel recommends Gwarzo’s dismissal
  • No tolerance for killings, kidnappings anymore – Buhari
  • Illegal deductions: Senate summons CBN gov, banks MDs, Bankers C’ttee, others
  • 2019: We’ve options other than Buhari, Nigerians reply El-Rufai
  • Cattle colonies in Imo
  • Letter bomb: Don’t tackle Obasanjo, Buhari warns aides
  • Electricity: FG unveils 20-year transmission plan
  • Camerounian soldiers invade Nigerian community
  • Ekwueme, a true son of Igbo land — Bishop Udeh
  • Court ruling in Fayose’s case cannot stand – EFCC
  • Nigerian Army Embarks On Road Project In Sambisa Forest
  • My Boyfriend Is A Free-Loader
  • 2019: Name, Promote Your Alternative To Our Option, Lauretta Onochie Tells Opposition
  • For Henry Seriake Dickson @ 52
  • Teaching Hospitals To Get N300m, FMCs & Others N120m To Improve Healthcare Delivery
  • Our Know-It-All Southern Elite
  • Police Plan 24-Hr Surveillance Of Banks, Others
  • Minister, I’ll Not Surrender Benue Land To Foreign Invaders — Ortom
  • SEC Probe: Panel Recommends Gwarzo’s Dismissal
  • Obasanjo – The Man That Troubleth Nigeria
  • World’s Oldest Man, Olivera Dies In Spain
  • 2019: Time Has Come To Electronically Collate, Transmit Election Results – INEC
  • Trump Slams UN Member States Who Voted Against U.S. Recognition Of Jerusalem As Capital Of Israel
  • Pensioners Threaten Rivers With Legal Action Over Increment In Pension
  • Court Strikes Out Suit Challenging NUT’s Power Over Secondary School Teachers
  • Trump Calls For Unity After Contentious First Year

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Guardian

  • Again, Cameroonian soldiers invade Cross River community
  • Herdsmen attacks a ploy for ethnic cleansing, Afenifere alleges
  • Infrastructure deficit jeopardises ease of doing business
  • Trump: ‘open borders’ promote guns, gangs and cost lives
  • Okala gives CHAN Eagles tips on how to beat Sudan
  • Lassa fever kills 21 in Nigeria, says health officials
  • Tears as Deji Tinubu is buried in Ikoyi cemetery
  • Insecurity stalling oil exploration in Chad Basin, says NNPC
  • Ngige disowns N1b expenditure for Ekwueme’s burial rites
  • Ijaw leaders to reject presidential candidate opposed to restructuring
  • Adefarasin, Mo Abudu, Davido, others get Glazia Persons of the Year awards
  • Mbappe sent off as PSG reach League Cup final
  • Man United extend Mata’s contract
  • NOC cautions athletes planning to defect in Australia
  • Man City wants wantaway Mahrez as Chelsea gets Arsenal’s Giroud
  • NWF names 90 for African fiesta
  • Joshua urges fans to tune into ‘unmissable’ Okolie versus Chamberlain
  • Sequence and credibility of elections
  • Global killer disease is imminent, experts warn
  • Lekki Port begins construction of $1.5 billion facility
  • CHI announces success of N500 million rights issue
  • Development partners unveil new framework for eco-industrial parks
  • Towards 2019: What better choices for Nigeria?
  • Herdsmen / farmers clashes: Problems and solutions
  • Arresting the shithole syndrome
  • Governor Bello and politics of cattle colony in Kogi State
  • Jega wants credible volunteers for election duties
  • I will challenge Obasanjo’s reabsorption into PDP in court, Fayose warns
  • Former “Glee” Star Mark Salling Dies Of Apparent Suicide
  • Watch: Waje Ft Yemi Alade – I’m Available
  • Style Crush Of The Week- Ifeoma Amadi

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • NPA Gives Intels Two Weeks to Pay $48m Debt
  • Panel Recommends Gwarzo’s Sack as Adeosun Defends His Ouster
  • Adichie’s Bookstore Anger Lights up Social Media
  • Ijaw Leaders: We Will Back Any Candidate Who Will Restructure Nigeria
  • Patience Jonathan Losses N2bn Rights Suit against EFCC
  • Saraki: Separation of Powers Key to Survival of Democracy, National Security
  • You Can’t Probe Governors Without State  Assembly’s Nod, Court Tells EFCC
  • Ekwueme Exhibited Uncommon Political Selflessness, Says Ekweremadu
  • World Bank’s Support to Nigeria, Others Hits $14bn
  • Tears, Tributes As Deji Tinubu Makes Final Journey Home
  • Labour Asks FG Not to Transfer Wages to States
  • Amnesty International Accuses Military of Killing Dozens in Villages
  • Ngige Denies FG’s Spending N1bn on Ekwueme’s Burial
  • House C’ttee Orders Amaechi to Tender Papers on Contracts Awarded to Israeli Security Firm
  • Ogun Foremost Educationist, Jiboku Dies at 67
  • First Private Medical University in Nigeria Begins Admission of Students
  • Afenifere Wants Security Architecture Reorganised, Removal of Defence Minister
  • NGOs Blame Obasanjo for Nigeria’s Problems
  • Matthias Asielue Passes On at 84
  • Bayelsa’s Special Security Outfit Arrests 8,500 Crime Suspects
  • UNICEF Seeks $3.6bn Emergency Assistance for 48m Children in Nigeria, Others
  • Lassa Fever Kills Three in Taraba
  • ERGP: NEPC Mulls Malaysian Model to Support Exports
  • Rivers University Honours Alaere, Alaibe’s Wife
  • Ex-Senate President Writes Obasanjo, Says Former President Has Outlived His Usefulness
  • Lalong Signs 2018 Appropriation Bill into Law
  • NPA Gives Intels Two Weeks to Pay $48m Debt
  • Panel Recommends Gwarzo’s Sack as Adeosun Defends His Ouster
  • Adichie’s Bookstore Anger Lights up Social Media
  • Ijaw Leaders: We Will Back Any Candidate Who Will Restructure Nigeria
  • Patience Jonathan Losses N2bn Rights Suit against EFCC
  • Saraki: Separation of Powers Key to Survival of Democracy, National Security
  • You Can’t Probe Governors Without State Assembly’s Nod, Court Tells EFCC

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Punch

  • Nigerian Army embarks on road project in Sambisa forest
  • [Full Text] President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address
  • Olivera world’s oldest man dies in Spain
  • 2019: INEC to announce results electronically
  • Group lambasts Obasanjo, asks Buhari to contest
  • Tears, tributes as Lagos buries Deji Tinubu
  • I only rob expatriate worshippers at National Mosque – Suspect
  • Saraki and I have no reason to dump APC —Ahmed
  • Army uncovers militias’ base in Benue, arrests native doctor
  • Emirates crew beat, tied up 71-year-old Nigerian for eight hours for sitting in wrong seat
  • Nigerian man, Okeke, buys Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Bugatti for $2.5m
  • Revisit murder of NURTW boss, Faparusi tells IG
  • Eto’o leaving Antalyaspor for Konyaspor
  • APC’s false hope on restructuring
  • Probe panel asks FG to dismiss suspended SEC DG, Gwarzo
  • I only rob expatriate worshippers at National Mosque – Suspect
  • Emirates crew beat, tied up 71-year-old Nigerian for eight hours for sitting in wrong seat
  • Cameroonian gendarmes invade Cross River community
  • One dies as OPC factions disagree over Ibadan mayhem
  • Police arrest Onitsha ‘beggars’ who make N25,000 daily
  • Police recover 18 stolen vehicles in Osun
  • Car crushes 10-year-old boy to death during football match …BRT kills man, 47
  • Cameroonian gendarmes invade Cross River community
  • ICYMI: I left 11 victims in Lagos kidnappers’ den – Survivor
  • Saraki and I have no reason to dump APC —Ahmed
  • Adeyeye attacks Fayose, says gov working for opposition
  • My govt will no longer tolerate killing, kidnapping —Buhari
  • Lagos Assembly passes N1.046tn budget for 2018
  • 2019: We’re expecting landslide victory in Rivers – PDP
  • APC crisis: Kwankwaso cancels visit to Kano, Presidency intervenes
  • Participate in politics, it’s not sinful, Makinde tells Christians
  • Political parties too many, may cause problems in 2019 –INEC

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Nation

  • Lassa fever death toll rises to 21
  • Nigerian Army embarks on road project in Sambisa forest
  • FRSC in Ogun takes safety campaign to schools
  • Eagles will be in the final, says Salisu Yusuf
  • 2019: INEC seeks NCC, telecom operators collaboration
  • Sokoto spends N4bn on pension, gratuity in two years
  • We’ll see end of herdsmen-farmers clashes – Osinbajo
  • 2019 Election: Cleric caution politicians against do-or-die politics
  • BB Naija: Bitto Summonned for caressing Princess
  • Cech wrecks Arsenal at Swansea, Liverpool win
  • Hunger intensifies in 9 countries in Africa, others – UN
  • Troops raid shrine in Benue, arrest chief priest
  • 2019: NGOs back Buhari as Obasanjo’s coalition lands
  • Senators may boycott Senate’s security summit
  • What manner of third force?
  • Gov Emmanuel opens UNIUYO arts gallery in honour of mother in-law
  • Dangote donates N1.2b structure for Business School in Bayero University
  • Ambode to deliver UNILAG convocation lecture
  • ASUU urges Kogi governor to recall sacked lecturers
  • Agric minister praises provost, pledges support for college
  • UI to mentor new varsity for five years
  • Nigeria needs iron, steel, says FUTA don
  • I’ll enforce January, 2019 deadline for drug control centres – Prof. Adewole
  • No confirmed case of Lassa fever in Abuja – Director
  • Common gynaecological emergencies (PID)

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Tribune

  • Amaechi’s absence stalls budget defence by ministry of transportation
  • Sultan Ooni, others urge FG to end killings in Nigeria
  • Buhari solicits support of traditional rulers on peacebuilding
  • Commit more funds to Agric, Industrialisation, Ajimobi urges BOI
  • Protests rock FGC, Odogbolu in Ogun…as teachers call for removal of principal
  • Lawyer and human rights crusader, Femi Falana
  • Falana urges Buhari to investigate Amnesty International’s report
  • Stop conceding leadership to indolent politicians, self-appointed leaders, Alaafin tells African academia
  • ‎Attempted Robbery: Police nab Kogi Poly student, Professional footballer in Abuja
  • Police nab fake auctioneer in Abuja, rescue kidnapped 9 years old girl
  • Buhari returns to Abuja after his inauguration as AU anti-corruption champion
  • Husband seeks dissolution of 3-yr-old marriage over threat to life
  • Butcher bags 6 months jail term for polythene theft
  • I married another woman because my wife starved me of sex ―Pastor
  • Police smashed armed robbery gang in Osun, Ekiti, Edo, Oyo
  • Rat filmed ‘enjoying a shower like a human’
  • Glee star Mark Salling, 35, ‘commits suicide’ as he awaits sentencing on child pornography charges
  • Eight-month-old baby raped in Indian capital Delhi
  • Amazon, JP Morgan and Warren Buffett announce launch of independent healthcare company
  • Senate urges CBN, NDIC to educate Nigerians on bitcoin danger
  • Information ministry earmarks N6.8bn for 2018
  • Why oil exploration yet to start in Chad Basin – NNPC
  • Lagos Assembly passes 2018 Budget of N1.046trn into law
  • At 2018 Oodua Festival: Are Ona Kakanfo reverses Aole’s curse on Yoruba
  • Why you must visit Kano today
  • Erelu Asa endorses Tour Africa for orphans
  • Akinboboye inaugurates Destination Ouidah with 70 delegates •MBGN Tourism lays wreath at Mausoleum of Mass Burial
  • Unemployment responsible for oil theft, vandalism in N/Delta —Delta dep gov
  • Navy destroys 712 illegal refineries, 900,000 metric tonnes of AGO, DPK in N/Delta
  • Disarm herdsmen before farmers begin to arm selves, lawyer warns FG
  • Avengers’ renewed threats and its implications

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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