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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, July 26, 2017

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The Sun

  • Student docked for alleged attempted theft
  • Denying husbands sex is abuse, says lawmaker
  • Don’t disrespect emirs, Bagudu warns new LG officials
  • Ambode swears in newly elected LG officials
  • Restructuring: We can’t do it outside 1999 constitution -Udenta
  • Anambra guber: INEC replies IPOB, says election must hold
  • CBN MPC laments N2.51trn fiscal deficit in H1
  • 2017 budget suffers N2.7bn shortfall over Trans-Niger Pipeline attack
  • Visa, banks boost digital payment with mVisa
  • Russia 2018: NFF sends advance party to Cameroon
  • AMK Foundation takes charge of national U16 women’s team to Mozambique
  • IAAF World Championships: Okagbare leads 12 others to London
  • Don’t disrespect emirs, Bagudu warns new LG officials
  • France remembers priest killed during Mass in 2016
  • Ebonyi CJ frees 11 inmates, grants 18 bail
  • BREAKING: Ocheni, Hassan arrive Aso Rock for inauguration
  • Cleric decries religious discrimination among Christians, Muslims
  • Fighting, air strikes intensify in ceasefire area of Damascus
  • If my doctors permit, I shall return soon –Buhari
  • Boko Haram militants kidnap oil survey team in Borno
  • Fraudsters impersonating Buhari’s anti-corruption advisers –FG
  • Why we support Biafra agitation –UPP chairman
  • APC’s bad governance has divided Nigeria –Wike
  • Buhari’s health: I’m vindicated –Kalu
  • Traders flee as flood wreaks havoc in Onitsha market
  • Bharti Airlines, Vodafone, France’s Orange Group show interest in 9mobile

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Diarrhea outbreak in Lagos: 2 dead, 25 quarantined
  • 14 rescued, others trapped as 4-storey building collapses in Lagos
  • Court frees man that named dog Buhari
  • Ohanaeze Ndigbo excited over Atiku’s support for restructuring
  • Only referendum‘ll resolve problems in Nigeria — Pro-Biafra groups
  • I shall return to my duties, continue serving Nigerians soon – Buhari
  • Naira depreciates to N369.5/$ in NAFEX
  • Young Nigerians push for removal of political age limits
  • Denying Husbands Sex Is Abuse – MP
  • Boko Haram Kidnaps 10 NNPC Staff On Oil Exploration Mission
  • Our DISCOS Are Dancing Disco
  • Update: Six Dead, 16 Rescued In Lagos Building Collapse
  • AgP Osinbajo Swears In New Ministers Today
  • Sex Worker, 29, Slashes Colleague’s Face With Razor Blade Over “Hawking Space”
  • FG Shortlists Three For Vacant UBTH CMD Position
  • Housekeeper, Driver, Arraigned For Allegedly Stealing Odegbami’s N150m Jewellery
  • Mohammed Leads 1st Joint AU-UN High-Level Mission To Africa
  • NAPTIP Arrests Italian-Based Nigerian Lady Over Human Trafficking
  • Boko Haram Created 54,911 Widows, 52, 311 Orphans—Shettima
  • Woman Sues Police Over ‘Illegal Detention,’ Wants N10m
  • Preventing Clashes Between Policemen And Tanker Drivers
  • National Assembly To Vote On 32 Constitution Alteration Bills Today
  • Man Omadime Climbs Neighbour’s Roof Top With Ladder, Shoots Him
  • 2018 World Cup: Rohr, NFF need support – Amuneke
  • Eagles need Enyeama against Cameroon — Aikhuomogbe
  • London 2017 Worlds: AFN picks 12 athletes
  • Enyimba belong to Champions League – Ogunbote

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • Death toll in Lagos collapsed building rises to six, 15 rescued
  • Iran dares US over new sanctions
  • FG alleges plot by fraudsters to discredit Sagay panel
  • Executive, N’Assembly shouldn’t waste time on conflicts – Osinbajo
  • Birds get new wings at Brazil rehab center
  • Nigeria won’t progress with 1999 Constitution, says Bisi Akande
  • Top Chinese clubs pay debts after expulsion threat
  • Standard Liege sign Uche Agbo
  • Eight things you can do with Facebook Messenger
  • How Diezani lavished $100m on furniture, artworks — US
  • Teenage wife kills husband five months after marriage
  • Militia attack in CAR town kills two peacekeepers – UN
  • Kaduna communities record two-year uninterrupted power supply – FG
  • Denying husbands sex is abuse – Lawmaker
  • Outrage as train passenger discovers dead lizard in rice meal
  • Finally, N’Assembly passes controversial Peace Corps bill
  • Ex-councillor, others paraded for kidnapping Kogi gov’s mother
  • 26 Afghan soldiers killed in Taliban attack on military base
  • Oil exploration team ambushed in Borno
  • Guardiola to spend £200m on Monaco, Arsenal players
  • FAAC allocates N652bn to FG, states, LGs
  • What Assad has done to Syria, humanity is horrible – Trump
  • Pope’s top aide, Cardinal Pell, denies sexual abuse charge
  • Sex worker, 29, allegedly slashes colleague’s face over ‘hawking space’
  • UK to ban sale of petrol, diesel cars
  • Why Buhari is receiving govs, others now –Presidency
  • Two die as cholera outbreak hits Lagos
  • Revealed! Mbappe has Nigerian roots
  • Police arraign LG worker for sharing name with UK woman
  • There are no ‘killer’antimalarial drugs in circulation –NAFDAC
  • Nigeria needs strong fiscal, monetary policies to exit recession – CBN
  • High-profile fraud cases: EFCC, ICPC not cooperating with AGF, says aide

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • Trump’s bid to rally base marked by protests
  • CHAN Eagles camp bubbles as team welcomes new coach
  • The Governor of Zamfara State, and Chairman
  • Uproar in Senate over review of constitution
  • 80% of Yemen children in need of immediate aid
  • Russia warns US after House votes for new sanctions
  • EU court backs migrant deportations by Austria, Slovenia
  • Dozens feared dead in Lagos building collapse
  • London visit: How much does it cost Nigerian taxpayers?
  • FAAC distributes N652.229b to FG, states
  • Heart checks needed says Brighton’s Goldson
  • Bailly ban ‘very harsh’ – Mourinho
  • ‘Intuition’ tells Pique Neymar will stay with Barca
  • Roma withstand Tottenham fightback in 3-2 friendly win
  • Monaco deny agreeing £161m Mpabbe deal with Real Madrid
  • Tyson thinks Mayweather will kill McGregor
  • Indiscriminate grazing, the law and the herdsmen
  • INFOGRAPHIC: Moving Africa forward with solar
  • 1999 Constitution, Nigeria’s greatest misadventure, says Akande
  • Nigerians won’t be deceived by APC in 2019, says Wike
  • El-Rufai committee and APC’s attempt at defining restructuring
  • Stakeholders berate underutilisation of inland waterways
  • CBN retains rates to sustain recovery gains
  • Police community bank posts N803.4million profit before tax
  • When will Buhari be considered incapacitated?
  • The rebel who paid the price
  • 11 poets vie for $100,000 NLNG-sponsored literature prize
  • Nigeria is my mother, says Chukwumerije
  • Tade Ogidan partners Solution Media for Gold Statue

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • Osinbajo Harps on Harmony Between Executive, Legislature
  • Many Trapped, Five Rescued as Another Building Collapses in Lagos
  • Senate Passes Peace Corps Bill Despite Reservations by Legal C’ttee
  • NAPTIP Operatives Assume Duties at London Airports
  • Benue to Borrow to Pay Salaries of Workers
  • FG: Conmen Plotting to Discredit PACAC
  • IYC Threatens Militancy over 70% Non-indigenous Ownership of Modular Refineries
  • Customs Removes Road Blocks Nationwide
  • Power Generation Dropped by 2,841MW in a Week
  • Confusion over Presidential Directive for IOCs to Relocate Hqtrs
  • Police Prevent Protest against Rampant Rape Cases in Kano
  • We Are Victim, Not Cause of Apapa Gridlock, Says APM Terminals
  • Decries Lack of Inter-agency Cooperation on IDPs
  • NYSC Deploys 2,300 Corps Members to Sokoto
  • Obuah Blames Blocked Drainages, Waterways for PH Flooding
  • Ambode Backs Appeal Court Judgment Authorizing State To Control Inland Waterways
  • Stakeholders: Tax Holidays to Solid Minerals Miners Impoverishing Nigeria
  • Police Arrest Fraudster for Circulating Fake Certificates in Sokoto
  • APC’s Bad Governance Has Divided Country, Says Wike
  • Court Throws out Fayemi’s Application against Judicial Panel
  • Cabal in Dilemma over Buhari’s Fate, Fayose Alleges
  • Defiant Alison-Madueke Allegedly Informed Aluko…
  • Ekiti 2018: Fear of Mass Defection Worries APC Elders
  • Chidoka: Latest Addition to Anambra Guber Race
  • Constitution Amendment: Horse Trading as Lawmakers Band Along Regional Lines
  • Emefiele Explains CBN’s Role in 9Mobile Debt Crisis
  • 40 NNPC Contract Workers, Civilian JTF Feared Dead in Borno
  • Crude Oil Price Rises By 3% as US Shale Shows Signs…
  • Buhari Assures Guinean President of His Recovery, Seven Governors Visit

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

The Nation

  • NOA urges positive attitude toward national values, symbols
  • Police nab four over motorcycle, car theft in Jigawa
  • Caleb Varsity in exchange programme with S. Korea on entrepreneurial education
  • FG approves Digital Literacy Council
  • Customs Seizes N37.5m worth of imported rice, vegetable oil in Niger
  • Borno: Nine soldiers feared dead as Book Haram attacks oil workers
  • Reps to establish framework for smooth transfer of power
  • Mohammed leads first joint AU-UN high-level mission to Africa
  • Shettima advises governors against wealth accumulation
  • LASG orders illegal occupants around Obalende bridge to leave in 48 hours
  • AIB, Unilorin sign agreement on usage of $5.8m lab
  • Sex worker arraigned for slashing colleague’s face with razor blade over hawking space
  • Osinbajo swears in new ministers today
  • FRSC inaugurates 85 pupils into safety club
  • This is Lagos…City of aquatic splendour, dry taps
  • AFN Names Okagbare,Amusan,10 Others For IAAF World Championships In London
  • LMC list Six Referees for Suspension by NFF
  • Thirty NPFL coaches for Abuja clinic
  • Gora targets huge expansion for scrabble
  • Rooney upbeat ahead Goodison Park return
  • Neymar spends more than £14,000 on trainers
  • Kompany: £200m new arrivals fire hunger for trophies
  • AIB, Unilorin sign agreement on usage of $5.8m lab
  • Oyo, Osun constitute LAUTECH’s Governing Council
  • Caleb varsity embarks on research to end Lagos traffic
  • NASRDA, OAU set to honour atmospheric researcher
  • Edo University, Iyamho not for the poor – VC
  • Student Union shows worried over state of the nation
  • Osinbajo swears in new ministers today
  • Buhari: I’ll be back soon
  • Economic recovery can relapse, warns CBN
  • Leaders kick as $1.5b loan for Lagos-Ibadan railway is stuck
  • Akande: let’s go back to 1963 Constitution
  • ‘No killer anti-malaria drugs in circulation’

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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