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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, March 14, 2018

The Sun

  • Insecurity: IPCR DG calls for concerted efforts against violence
  • Buhari visits Yobe Wednesday
  • Nigeria lines up Enugu, Kano, Port Harcourt airports for certification
  • Philippines quits ICC
  • Japan leaves door open for PM Abe-Kim Jong Un summit
  • German parliament meets to elect Merkel for 4th term
  • 2019: Give PDP another chance, Nnaji, ex-national auditor begs Nigerians
  • …Nigeria on auto pilot, cabal in control –PDP
  • Buhari, National Assembly head for showdown
  • ikOOba launches BMAC cloud accounting solution
  • NITDA Startup Friday hits Akwa Ibom
  • ntel repositions for growth
  • Rohr demands more game-time for Iheanacho
  • Russia 2018: Don’t put Eagles under pressure, Adepolu warns
  • Enyimba Stadium ready in 6 weeks –Gov Ikpeazu
  • Buhari summons, queries IGP for ‘flouting orders’
  • Buhari, National Assembly head for showdown
  • Mixed reactions greet rejection
  • Dapchi abduction: Parents welcome negotiation option
  • Budget padding saga: Reps recall Jibrin
  • Neighbourhood watch: Wike accuses opposition of plot to float illegal vigilance groups
  • Kalu suggests better ways of fighting corruption
  • Buhari sacks Boroh, orders probe of amnesty programme
  • South East PDP congratulates Ekweremadu
  • Udom bans AMOC, pirates, other secret societies in Akwa Ibom
  • Nigeria lines up Enugu, Kano, Port Harcourt airports for certification
  • Appeal Court confirms Olafeso-led S’ West PDP EXCO as authentic
  • Ekiti 2018: Traditional chiefs fault Ojudu over monarch’s comment

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Tribune

  • Buhari summons IGP over Benue saga
  • Buhari’s visit to Niger: Police fully ready to provide security —CP
  • FG releases N54bn for payment of pension arrears —Senator
  • President Buhari to inaugurate National Food Security Council
  • Buhari withholds assent to Electoral Act Amendment Bill rearranging elections order
  • Okorocha explains choice of son-in-law as successor
  • Appeal Court confirms Olafeso-led South-West PDP exco as authentic
  • Dickson swears in ex-APC chieftain, 23 others as special advisers
  • Buhari withholding assent to election sequence law not surprising ―PDP
  • Bello wants ayem akpatuma exercise extended
  • 2019: Reps urge INEC to register eligible voter
  • Akeredolu charges new governing council on need to reposition education in Ondo
  • Dapchi abduction confirms high insecurity in Nigeria ―Reps
  • Kwara Central: Court directs leave for filing of application to try Saraki’s agent
  • 35-year-old mother of three jailed 12 months for stealing N15,000 phone in Osun
  • 52-year-old docked for the rape of 9-year-old girl
  • 50 year old tricycle operator allegedly defiles 9 year old girl, pays her N100
  • My hubby has turned our matrimonial home to brothel, estranged wife tells court
  • Trump dismissal of Tillerson won’t improve things ―Germany
  • BREAKING: Trump appoints ‘seasoned spymaster’ as first female CIA director
  • Trump sacks Tillerson as secretary of state after visiting Nigeria
  • EFCC investigates 16 foreigners over alleged oil theft
  • Airline operators advise FG to reconsider signing free trade area treaty
  • Seplat refinances US$300m revolving credit facility
  • sec Oando confirms AGM, as SEC throws out petitions
  • Oando board to meet to consider 2017 financial results
  • Jigawa to collaborates FGN to exports $36 million Hibiscus, Sesame
  • FG to support state governments on capacity building for workers
  • NANS canvasses support for Nigeria police
  • FG launches national family planning communic
  • Historical tourism of Oke-Ado, Ibadan
  • At Oke Ibadan festival: Aare Gani Adams restates commitment to promote cultural tourism
  • Minister rallies support for golf tourism to boost economy
  • Minister inaugurates boards, charges members to support fight against corruption

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Why Buhari rejected assent to polls re-ordering bill
  • Benue: Buhari ‘queries’ IGP, Idris for ‘flouting his order’
  • Evans sues Police for N1bn over sealing of his property
  • N12bn aircraft: Sheriff submits documents to EFCC, granted bail on self recognition
  • Breaking: Buhari sacks Boroh appoints Dokubo new Coordinator Amnesty Programme
  • Corruption: Buhari must arrest Obasanjo to prove his seriousness – Kalu
  • Physicist Stephen Hawking, Who Unlocked The Secrets Of Space And Time, Dies At 76
  • NITDA Lights Up Uyo With Startup Friday
  • Herdsmen Attack: I Can’t Stand Slaughter Of 76 People As In Benue – Umahi
  • Mobile World Congress: Danbatta Calls For Renewed Thinking In Telecom Policymaking
  • Champions League: How Manchester United Crashed Out
  • Indian Govt Asks Banks To “Name And Shame” Wilful Defaulters
  • Election Re-Ordering: Senators Commence Moves To Override Buhari’s Veto
  • Gov Obiano And The Invitation Of History
  • Keystone Bank Holds Career Insight Day For Undergraduates
  • Church Urges Police To Vacate Property
  • Police Officer Killed, Others Injured In Delta Communal Crisis
  • Japan FM Regrets Departure Of “Frank, Trustworthy’ Tillerson
  • Compatibility, Portability Shapes Competition In Laptop Market
  • Nuclear Power Plant To Save Nigeria $14bn Annually
  • More High Performance Smart Phones
  • Bali To Shut Down Mobile Internet For `Day Of Silence’
  • Champions League: How Manchester United crashed out
  • 2018 W/Cup: Nigeria has good, strong players – Iceland defender
  • Barcelona vs Chelsea: Functional Barcelona to play Conte’s Chelsea at their own game
  • Friendlies: Rohr tries new formations against Poland, Serbia
  • Friendlies: Bad news for Rohr as Ebuehi suffers groin inury
  • She’s pregnant for man who raped me!
  • Hubby got my daughter pregnant
  • He’s over 30 and doesn’t want to be dad yet!
  • Should I tell him my husband is not his dad?
  • Ibadan stands still for Ajimobi’s son Ganduje’s daughter’s wedding

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

The Nation

  • Students’ enrollment threatens Teacher Education – Provost
  • 2018 UTME: Parents threaten to sue JAMB
  • Okorocha explains choice of son in-law as successor
  • Scientist, Stephen Hawking is dead
  • Benue Killings: Buhari summons IG over breach of Presidential order
  • Anxiety in Senate, House as Buhari rejects polls bill
  • Buhari and the National Assembly
  • We’ve restored stability in foreign exchange market, says President
  • Gunmen kill 25 in Plateau attacks
  • Lassa fever kills three in Ekiti
  • House of Reps lifts suspension on Jibrin
  • What Tillerson said as U.S. Secretary of State before sack
  • Our name not in the Lagos Environmental Law, says firm
  • 2019 ambition pits lawmakers against governors
  • Buhari to meet Dapchi girls’ parents in Yobe
  • Breaking: Ondo Govt. sacks Sunshine Stars Coach
  • Ondo sacks Sunshine Stars coach
  • Tiger Woods’s ex-wife Elin puts mansion on sale
  • My experience’ll be handy in Australia says Lawal
  • Bayern Munich out to consolidate in Turkey
  • Serena: I have a long way to go
  • Probe of Gun-toting Club chairman begins in Greece
  • Yabatech community pray for new administration
  • Buhari appoints new rector for Ado-Ekiti Fed Poly
  • Buhari appoints new Rector for Ado-Ekiti Fed Poly
  • NUC approves Zamfara State University as 47th state university
  • ARCON accredits Architecture programmes of Caleb University
  • FG to source N8bn to settle SSANU, NASU, NAAT
  • ICYMI: JAC set call-off strike

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Punch

  • Goldman Sachs to name DJ, D-Sol as new CEO
  • BREAKING: German parliament re-elects Merkel for fourth term
  • Policemen kill 16-year-old Lagos pupil while chasing protesters
  • Ambode: Romancing the stone
  • Folorunso Alakija’s Oil Block: Model of Nigerian Elite Racketeering?
  • NAFDAC operatives seize 33 containers of Tramadol
  • Police arrest civilian for wearing army uniform
  • Senate sabotaging Buhari’s govt, says Adamu
  • What you should know about Stephen Hawking
  • BREAKING: Scores escape death as tanker falls on Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway
  • ‘Champions League quarter-final: Dzeko is our diamond’
  • Champions League heartache not new for United, insists Mourinho
  • Think of me as your daughter, 16-year-old dreamer tells Trump
  • Leading UEFA Champions League scorers
  • 83% of candidates fail 2018 WASSCE
  • BREAKING: Scores escape death as tanker falls on Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway
  • Grandma, mother sell newborn baby for N250,000 in Lagos
  • NBA, others protest, warn Ambode against new land law
  • Pastor’s abductors demand N10m ransom
  • Nigerians demand Rivers CP’s resignation over artisan tortured by SARS
  • UTME candidate nabbed with phone in pants
  • Police nab thieves, recover keyboard stolen from church
  • Buhari sacks Boroh, orders probe
  • Appeal Court confirms Olafeso-led S/West PDP EXCO
  • Don’t dump PDP, Makinde begs Ladoja
  • Budget padding: Jibrin resumes today as Reps lift suspension
  • Rivers LG poll holds June 16, APC kicks
  • Tell Nigerians how you reprimanded Idris, PDP tells Buhari
  • Obasanjo’s Coalition for Nigeria Movement denies endorsing SDP
  • Reps recall Jibrin from suspension
  • [UPDATED] Buhari writes National Assembly, withholds assent to Electoral Act amendment bill
  • Goldman Sachs to name DJ, D-Sol as new CEO
  • FG developing solar energy city, says Fashola
  • No date for passage of 2018 budget yet – Senate
  • Toyota introduces new engine, improves fuel efficiency
  • Volkswagen set to phase out Beetle
  • Senate lifts embargo on CBN deputy govs, MPC members’ confirmation

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • Buhari dares Senate, vetoes electoral bill
  • NBA protests against hike in Lagos land use charge
  • Google pulls down 3.2b violating adverts, pays publishers $12.6 billion
  • Sevilla stun Man Utd to make Champions League quarters
  • Sacked Tillerson: US must respond to Russia’s behavior
  • Merkel re-elected by German parliament to fourth term
  • Reps to investigate alleged illegal withdrawal of N10b from NHIS fund
  • PDP, Afenifere, ex-minister flay Buhari for admitting IGP’s disobedience
  • British scientist Stephen Hawking dead at age 76
  • Philanthropist builds 4.5km road in Enugu
  • Wike, APC disagree over neighbourhood watch
  • Ndidi not fazed by link to Barca as Leicester begin warm weather training in Spain
  • Don’t despair, good NPFL can fetch you another Eagles’ chance, Shorunmu tells Ajiboye
  • Ex-internationals in U.S. join hands to save Eagles in distress
  • Busquets wary of Willian as Chelsea arrive for Camp Nou showdown
  • ‘Iheanacho needs more minutes at Leicester’
  • Red house wins Army Children Junior High School’s inter-house sports
  • Minister seeks more technical, institutional support for Nigeria, others
  • Fund acquires farm in Nasarawa
  • Nigeria targets improved growth, ranking by 2020 with focus labs
  • Nigerian economy: Light at the tunnel’s end?
  • Humanism and its possibilities in Africa
  • Progressive communication and the defence of good governance
  • A senator’s disclosure and debate on cost of governance
  • Group backs Dankwambo for president
  • Ambassador Hagher joins 2019 presidential race

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • Another 25 Persons Killed in Fresh Attack on Plateau Village
  • With Earnings of N745bn, Assets of N5.6tn, Zenith Asserts Status as…
  • Trump Sacks Tillerson After Africa Visit
  • Buhari Sacks Boroh, Names Dokubo Amnesty Programme Coordinator
  • Shell, Eni Preempt Possible US Probe over Malabu Deal with Filings
  • House Okays Jibrin’s Resumption from Suspension
  • BPP Rejects PenCom’s Move to Cancel PAS Project
  • Kwara Gov Signs Amended Pension Bill for Ex-Governors, Deputies into Law
  • 17% of Private Candidates Get Five Credits in 2018 WASSCE
  • NBA Holds Protest, Demands Review of Land Use Charge
  • Okorocha to Conduct LG Polls in June to Garner Support for Son-in-Law
  • El-Rufai Directs Security Beef up over Border Clash between Kaduna, Plateau Communities
  • IG’s Disobedience: Buhari Has Admitted Leading Inept Govt, Say PDP, Omokri
  • Buhari Launches ERGP Focused Labs
  • Appeal Court Affirms Olafeso Group as Authentic PDP S’ West Leaders
  • House C’ttee Demands Funding Sources for Fuel Subsidy
  • FG Negotiating Release of Nigerians in Libyan Slave Camps
  • Monthly Remittances from Discos to NBET Fall to 8.33%
  • Former DMO DG Advises African Countries on Economic Transformation Through Debt Financing
  • Adeosun Canvasses More Technical, Institutional Support for West Africa
  • Germany Donates Five Gun boats to Nigerian Navy for Lake Chad Operations
  • Ohanaeze Youths Vow to Defend Ekweremadu over Comment on Military
  • Seyi Makinde Begs Ladoja to Rescind Plan to Dump PDP
  • Taraba Assembly: Video on Mambilla Crisis Meant to Blackmail Speaker
  • CPC Lauds Increased Excise Duty on Tobacco, Alcoholic Products
  • Wike Alleges Plot by Opposition Politicians to Float Illegal Vigilante Groups
  • UNDP Builds Borno Village as Pilot Community for North-East
  • INEC Backs Establishment of Electoral Offences Commission
  • Buhari Sacks Boroh, Names Dokubo Amnesty Programme Coordinator
  • Shell, Eni Preempt Possible US Probe over Malabu Deal with Filings
  • BPP Rejects PenCom’s Move to Cancel PAS Project
  • Kwara Gov Signs Amended Pension Bill for Ex-Governors, Deputies into Law
  • 17% of Private Candidates Get Five Credits in 2018 WASSCE

(www.thisdaylive.com)

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