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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, July 19, 2017

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Vanguard

  • Insecurity: Lagos govt cancels vacation classes
  • APC sues INEC over planned recall of Dino Melaye
  • Fuel smuggling booms as traders make N55 per litre — Investigations
  • IPOB leader, Kanu visits Anambra, vows to resist Islamisation
  • FG releases details of Paris Club refund to States
  • Quit notice: Return in August, MASSOB directs Igbo in the North
  • Breaking: PDP NEC okays August 12 for non-elective convention
  • Rented APC members demanding my expulsion – Banire
  • 2019 General Elections: NLC Urges Workers, Pensioners To Obtain Voters’ Card
  • Conte Signs Improved Chelsea Deal
  • Protest As Policeman Shoots Tanker Driver In Lagos
  • Iran Slams New U.S. Sanctions Over Missile Programme
  • Warri Relays: Okowa Restates Commitment To Sports Development
  • Mohammed Says There’s Going To Be Change In The Next Generation
  • Amina Mohammed, 3 UN Envoys To Visit Osinbajo
  • France’s Armed Forces Chief Resigns Over Macron Budget Cuts
  • UNHCR, 2Face Drum Support For IDPs In Borno
  • UNHCR Partners 2Face For Campaign Against Victims Of Violence
  • How Mother Sold Her Baby In Exchange For Half Bag Of Rice In Imo
  • Multiple Powerful Explosions Rock Maiduguri
  • Ease Of Doing Business: How Not To Implement An Order
  • Police To Arraign 2 Over Hamburger’s Murder
  • EFCC Operatives Quiz Adamawa Govt Officials
  • Sokoto Saves N30m From 706 Ghost Students
  • Madonna Asks Court To Block Auction Of Love Letter From Tupac Shakur
  • Conte signs improved Chelsea deal
  • I am ready for the next 15 at Old Trafford – Jose Mourinho
  • NFF to hire foreign goalkeeper’s trainer
  • Ali describes VAT Wonder Goal as wedding gift
  • Igbo youths blame current political crises on Gowon, other military leaders
  • Lagos Council Poll: I’ll be first female chairman of Eti Osa — Princess Adu
  • How we settled Surulere APC crisis — Olaribigbe, Vice-chairman

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • The Nigerian zoo story
  • West African countries set date for work on key rail line
  • Venezuela’s Maduro defies Trump over constitution re-write
  • Leicester sign goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic from Hull
  • Nigeria and the hunt for oil in Boko Haram’s heartland
  • French military chief quits after Macron row
  • White House reveals additional Trump-Putin discussion
  • BREAKING: Pensioners stage fresh protest as Aregbesola receives N6.314bn refund
  • CJ assigns suit on Buhari’s health to judge
  • Policemen chain suspect to generator over ATM card
  • FG commits N3bn to OAU agric project
  • NHIS boss’ suspension: Health minister to appear before Reps July 27
  • CBN extends support for Skye Bank by one year
  • Final year student killed as two cults clash
  • Kanu, Asare named freestyle football judges
  • LG election: Traditional rulers seek peace, police deploy 30,000 men
  • Desire to travel to Dubai led us into kidnapping —Suspects
  • NNPC, Halliburton search for crude in sedimentary basins
  • Five tips to keep children safe online
  • Open letter to S’West govs: This house has fallen (2)
  • 28 suspected kidnappers nabbed, 21 victims rescued
  • My mum’s prayer was answered when I became gov – Ajimobi
  • Police nab man who stabbed son in neck, stomach
  • 5m debt: Yari has ruined my company, says German
  • Adeleke secures release of 200 prison inmates
  • Ife varsity fraud: Students’ protests shameful
  • Madonna asks court to stop auction of Tupac’s love letter
  • Ogun doctor detains grieving mother after death of newborn twins
  • We comply with international trading standards – Taleveras
  • Stop giving babies water, govt tells mothers
  • LASG to connect Ikorodu with Lagos-Ibadan Expressway
  • Paris Club refund: States get N243.7bn
  • FIRS generates N1.78tn in six months, targets N1.8tn VAT

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • BREAKING: Mobile policeman shot dead tanker driver in Apapa
  • PDP sacks Sheriff’s men
  • We need investors, not restructuring –Okorocha
  • Nigeria’s $3.9bn Sovereign Wealth Fund lowest among OPEC countries –NEITI
  • Western Lotto storms Abuja, Nassarawa
  • Nigerians spend $5bn on generators –Dogara
  • Controversy over Kanu’s visit to Eze Nri
  • FG orders residents to vacate flood-prone areas
  • 37 killed in fresh farmers, herders clash in Kaduna village
  • 500 cows impounded in Abuja
  • Delta youths to Okowa: Pay workers with Paris Club refund
  • Putin visits Finland July 27
  • Kaduna police parade scores of kidnap, robbery suspects
  • Restructuring: l’m disappointed in APC –Izuogu
  • Why PDP could not implement 2014 confab report – Okonkwo
  • Anambra guber: Group begins aspirants’ profiling
  • ‘Reasons FG needs to support telecoms industry’
  • Truecaller indicts telcos over spam calls, messages
  • DSO: Review operating business model, ITS boss tells FG
  • Mourinho targets 15-year stay at Man United
  • Russia 2018: Cameroon’ll be under pressure not Eagles —NFF
  • Nwobodo, Ugwuanyi hail authors of book on Rangers
  • Turkey’s Erdogan to meet PM as cabinet reshuffle looms – sources
  • Venezuela’s Maduro defies Trump over constitution re-write
  • Delta youths to Okowa: Pay workers with Paris Club refund
  • Genoa G8 protesters were ‘tortured,’ police chief admits
  • Two suicide bombers nabbed in Borno

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Guardian

  • 37 feared killed in fresh Southern Kaduna crisis
  • PDP may extend tenure of Makarfi’s caretaker committee
  • White House reveals additional Trump-Putin discussion
  • BoI, Ebonyi seal N4b pact to fast-track industrialisation
  • Rohr takes search for goalkeeper to local league
  • Chile moves to ease strict abortion laws
  • 20 Yemeni civilians reported dead in air strike
  • Montenegro wildfires rage but ‘under control’ in Croatia
  • Nigeria and the hunt for oil in Boko Haram’s heartland
  • Lagos lawmaker, Kazeem Alimi, dies at 50
  • States get N244 billion as second tranche of Paris Club refund
  • Quadri, Assar, Olah confirm participation at Nigeria Open World Tour
  • Conte signs improved Chelsea deal
  • PSG dangles $256.8 million on Neymar
  • Nigeria beats Botswana as Warri Relays/CAA Grand Prix ends in Ozoro
  • Iheanacho missing as United, City take Manchester derby to Houston
  • Benin, Ghana, others set for International Shotokan Karate Championship
  • African leaders and medical tourism
  • Preventing premature deaths with improved health funding
  • African leaders and medical tourism
  • Preventing premature deaths with improved health funding
  • Mambilla crisis and implications for 2019 poll in Taraba
  • Tinubu’s support for Ganduje ignites reaction from Kwankwaso
  • Three days to council election, Lagos amends law
  • Inadequate equipment hinders customs operations
  • Government, BoI seek operators’ input in addressing real sector challenges
  • DELSU honours Onobrakpeya, Asagba of Asaba, Ohworode of Olomu
  • Kakadu… Nigerian Civil War musical theatre thrills South Africans
  • Hollywood honors Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee
  • GETS beneficiaries complete training
  • Nigeria’s transmission network requires N1.8tr five-year funding
  • SPE to discuss production cost, regulation challenges at forum

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • INEC Tackles Judge over Melaye’s Recall
  • CBN Extends Support to Skye Bank by One Year
  • Police Dispel Death Rumours of Abducted Igbonla Boys
  • NEITI Warns Nigeria’s Economic Distress Could Persist
  • 37 Reportedly Killed in Fresh Farmers, Herdsmen Clash in Kaduna
  • Osinbajo: Nigeria Aiming to Be Among 16 Largest Economies
  • NNPC Enlists Halliburton’s Innovation to Quicken Inland Basin Oil Search
  • FIRS Projects N1.8trn VAT Revenue for 2017
  • DPR Denies It Cost FG $6bn During Asset Sales by IOCs
  • Former Governors Caution against Separatist Agitations
  • Confirmation: Go to Court, Senate Dares Presidency
  • Neconde Targets Evacuation of 60,000bpd of Crude by Barges
  • Experts Advocate A Generation of Peace-building Leaders for Africa
  • Military Liberated over 25 Towns under Jonathan, New Book Reveals
  • Crisis in Imo APC as NWC, Okorocha Head for Showdown
  • Ex-Jigawa Gov, Turaki Gets Fresh N500m Bail
  • Ganduje Has Already Lost 2019 Election, Kwankwaso Tells Tinubu
  • BoI, Ebonyi to Fast-track Industrialisation with New N4bn Deal
  • Trinity House Celebrates Anniversary
  • Rights Group Asks Osinbajo to Rescue Kidnapped Lagos Students
  • Three Policemen Arrested for Chaining Man to Generator
  • Police, Air Force Clash in Delta
  • JTF Continues Manhunt for Army Officer’s Killers in N’Delta
  • Fayemi, Ngige Deny Receiving Double Salaries
  • Lawmaker: Call for Restructuring Game Plan of Opposition Political Party
  • Makarfi Victory: Andy Uba Dismisses Rumours of Returning to PDP
  • House Adjourns in Honour of Late Wammako
  • APC Members Protest at Alausa, Demand Banire’s Expulsion
  • Police Deploy 30,000 Cops to Cover Lagos LG Elections
  • Sokoto Uncovers 706 Fake Students, Saves N30m
  • Nigeria Spent N428bn on Wheat, Sorghum Imports in 2015, Says CBN Governor
  • UK Boosts Security at IDP Camps
  • 65% of Nigerian Schools Lack Electricity

(www.thisdaylive.com)

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