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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, March 28, 2018

ThisDay

  • FAAC Meeting Ends in Stalemate as C’ttee Rejects NNPC Remittance
  • Citing Constitutional Breach, Buhari Rejects Tenure Extension for Oyegun, Others
  • Atiku Meets Wike, Declares Presidential Bid
  • INEC: 80 Political Parties May Contest in 2019 Elections
  • Whistle-blower Names Israeli Firm That Hacked Buhari’s Emails
  • FG, APC Take Digs at PDP After Apology
  • Private Equity Firm to Invest $18m in Nigeria’s Pharmacy Chain, HealthPlus
  • Senate Initiates Process to Override Veto on Electoral Amendment Bill
  • UBA Expands Presence in London as the Regulatory Authorities Grants Wholesale Banking Licence to…
  • Lekoil Commences Legal Proceedings Against FG over OML 310
  • N’Assembly Extends 2017 Budget to May 31
  • Sagay: Judgments in Corruption Cases against Judges Show There’s Espirit de Corps
  • Senate Probes Threat to Melaye’s Life
  • Senate to Discuss Danjuma’s Allegations against Military
  • FG Reintroduces History in School Curriculum
  • Buhari, APC Mean Well for South-east, Says Araraume
  • Youths Form Political Party
  • Malami Berates Anti-graft Agencies, Petroleum Ministry over Non-compliance with Transparency Initiatives
  • Suspected Financier, Armourer of Kidnap Gang in DSS Net
  • FG Declares Friday, Monday Public Holidays
  • Killings: Afenifere Calls for UN Investigation, FG’s Sanction
  • Once You Destabilse Middle Belt, Nigeria Will Go into interminable
  • JTF Allegedly Kills 18 Suspected Criminals in A’Ibom
  • NERC Kicks Off New Metering Regime Next Week
  • 8bn Fraud: How We Recovered Stolen Funds from Amosu, Others, Says EFCC
  • Land Use Charge: Stakeholders express support for Government at Public
  • Lagos Declares Tomorrow Work-Free Day over Buhari’s Visit
  • Partnership with DFID Accelerates Governance Reforms in Yobe, Says Gaidam
  • PENGASSAN, Oil Companies’ Dispute Deepens
  • Anambra to Sack Teachers Who Can’t Recite State’s Shared Values
  • Take Cue from Secondus, Beg Edo People for Forgiveness, APC Tells PDP State Chair
  • Bayelsa: Police Arraign Suspected Attackers of Corps Members’ Lodge
  • Buhari Can’t Return As President, Says SDP Chieftain
  • Borno Commences Resettlement of IDPs in Bama

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Punch

  • North Korea’s Kim meets Chinese counterpart in Beijing
  • Trump gives Liberians one year to quit US
  • BREAKING: FAAC ends rift, allocates N647bn to FG, states, LGs
  • How Lagos federal lawmaker’s son was killed in UK
  • Obasanjo slams Buhari for not signing Africa free trade deal
  • Community protests woman’s gang-rape in husband’s presence
  • NIPOST shuts five courier firms, revokes 17 licences
  • Reps to debate, override Buhari on electoral act after Easter
  • Nigerian oil firms to acquire Petrobras assets
  • Nearly seven million Nigerians registered in 11 months – INEC
  • Strange ailment paralyses family of six in Nasarawa
  • Dapchi girls’ abduction: Some unanswered questions
  • Are your children financially literate?
  • APC, PDP trade words over looted funds
  • Dapchi: Act fast to free Leah, Afenifere, PFN tell Buhari
  • How Lagos federal lawmaker’s son was killed in UK
  • Community protests woman’s gang-rape in husband’s presence
  • Strange ailment paralyses family of six in Nasarawa
  • Father of newborn triplets flees, abandons wife
  • My dream to become politician led me into cultism –Suspect
  • I sold marijuana to fund my education – Geophysics graduate
  • Houseboy burgles boss’ apartment, flees with workers’ salaries
  • Ogun community, RCCG raise the alarm over dredging around electric towers
  • Navy arrests seven, recover 520 drums of diesel
  • Reps to debate, override Buhari on electoral act after Easter
  • Nearly seven million Nigerians registered in 11 months – INEC
  • Atiku knocks APC, says FG has failed Nigerians
  • Oyegun: Tinubu, Edo APC hail Buhari as President rejects tenure elongation
  • [Full Text] Buhari’s speech asking APC NEC to reverse Oyegun’s tenure elongation
  • Polls reordering: Senate re-introduces Electoral Act amendment bill

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • How U.S. swindles Nigerians in visa application fees
  • Odigie-Oyegun’s tenure extension can’t stand, says President Buhari
  • Groups fault MAN on tobacco excise duty
  • North Korea’s Kim met China’s Xi on first foreign trip
  • Uzoho will be Eagles’ first-choice keeper at World Cup, says Rohr
  • Philippines’ Duterte now targets fake drugs
  • S. misinformed about situation in Zimbabwe, says Mnangagwa
  • Boko Haram: UN allocates N4bn for life-saving aid in Northeast
  • Malaysian bid to redraw electoral map sparks anger
  • Staunch Suu Kyi ally elected Myanmar president
  • National Assembly defers 2018 budget approval till May
  • Brazil restored pride by beating Germany – Silva
  • Isco nets hat-trick as Spain hit Argentina for six
  • Joseph Parker vows to beat ‘overhyped, arrogant’ Joshua
  • Mbappe shines as France cruise past Russia
  • Russia 2018 in danger as six countries plan boycott
  • Aina can’t wait to face England’s Three Lions
  • Tokyo stocks open lower led by falls in tech, auto
  • How government can save $3b yearly from steel imports substitution
  • ‘Africa offers new opportunities for investors, private enterprises’
  • Russia kills English spies in Britain by nerve agent
  • Dapchi rescue and the nemesis of propaganda
  • Give me the old time father please!
  • When agitation for restructuring comes with higher pitch from the creeks
  • Atiku in Rivers, declares intention to contest presidential poll under PDP
  • Buhari opposes tenure extension for APC chiefs
  • A Ride To Luxury At “Cata Spa Resort”
  • Spy Drama “The Americans” Takes Final Bow, Timed To USSR’s Demise
  • Lola Shoneyin Awarded Literary Person Of The Year

(www.guardian.ng)

 

The Sun

  • Self-defence: Danjuma misunderstood – Ortom
  • FG to unveil Transaction Advisers for national carrier, MRO Thursday
  • Ihedioha pledges to restore quality education
  • Buhari dumps Oyegun
  • Imo state under serious misrule – Sen. Anyanwu
  • INEC suspends 205 staff over roles in 2015 polls
  • NIMASA seeks national policy to actualise AIMS 2050
  • NASS extends 2017 budget to May 31
  • DStv, GOtv to air Nigeria, Serbia international friendly live
  • Croatian striker Bruno Boban dead after being struck in chest by football
  • International/friendly: Serbia exposes Rohr’s Eagles
  • Israeli President Netanyahu hospitalised
  • Saudi Arabia, Russia ponder oil alliance
  • Looted funds: PDP’s apology not enough –FG
  • N’ Korea succumbs to US denuclearisation demand
  • IPOB: ICC to investigate killings in ‘Operation Python Dance’
  • FAAC deadlock: Adeosun reconvenes meeting today
  • LUC amendment: NBA, stakeholders walk out on Lagos Assembly
  • Lagos declares work-free day, as Buhari visits tomorrow
  • FG re-introduces History in school curriculum
  • 2019: Atiku formally joins presidential race
  • Election sequence: Senate probes bribery allegation

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • APC Exco Tenure elongation :Why Odigie-Oyegun must go – Buhari
  • 2018 election sequence: Senate probes $50,000 bribery allegation
  • Herdsmen attacks: Probe alleged ethnic cleansing, Afenifere urges UN
  • Dapchi: I want my daughter home for Easter— Leah Sharibu’s dad
  • Mixed reactions trail PDP apology
  • Ndigbo express support for Danjuma’s call to arms
  • APC NWC tenure: Buhari steering party back to correct path – Tinubu
  • Benue killings: Buhari promises rehabilitation of displaced 175,000 in IDP camp
  • Lagos declares Thursday march 29 work free day
  • LATEST NEWS 10:49 AMHaven’t Kissed A Girl Yet At 28!
  • Nine EU Countries Yet To Expel Russian Spies
  • Zambia Parliament Delays Debate On Motion To Impeach President Lungu
  • Saraki Opens Up, Says What He Discussed With Bill Gates, Dogara
  • 46 Political Associations In Katsina Commend Armed Forces
  • Warri ‘Carry’ Last
  • Breaking: President Netanyahu Hospitalised
  • Easter: Police Deploys 1,900 Personnel In Niger- CP
  • UN Allocates $11m For Assistance In Borno
  • NLC, LP, Not Part Of National Intervention Movement, Declares Wabba
  • S. Misinformed About Situation In Zimbabwe – President Mnangagwa
  • APC Exco Tenure Elongation :Why Odigie-Oyegun Must Go – Buhari
  • 2018 Election Sequence: Senate Probes $50,000 Bribery Allegation
  • Herdsmen Attacks: Probe Alleged Ethnic Cleansing, Afenifere Urges UN
  • ‘Gen’ Ekpebide Urges FG To Create N-Delta Amnesty Board
  • Dapchi: I Want My Daughter Home For Easter— Leah Sharibu’s Dad
  • Corruption And Fake News: Killing Nigerians With Misinformation

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

The Nation

  • Easter: TRACE commences Operation Safety Patrol
  • NSCDC boss urges personnel to partner with sister security agencies
  • Banks borrowed N27.46tr from CBN in six months – Report
  • 46 political associations in Katsina commend Armed forces
  • Tragedy of religion affects our workings for humanity, nation’s unity – Kukah
  • China says North Korea pledges denuclearisation during friendly visit
  • Boko Haram: UN allocates N4bn for humanitarian aid in Northeast
  • How Buhari killed plot to extend Oyegun’s tenure
  • CBN lends banks N27.6tr in six months
  • Senate to debate Danjuma’s claim
  • Polls: Senate begins move to override Buhari’s veto
  • INEC sacks 205 for 2015 elections fraud
  • Jonathan’s aide ‘unaware suitcases had cash’
  • UBA London subsidiary gets regulatory approval
  • Buhari: Killing the virus of tenure elongation
  • Eagles fails to fly in London against Serbia
  • Serbia defeat Super Eagles in pre-world cup friendly
  • Basketball: Premier League teams tired of waiting
  • Breaking: Nigeria’s opponent opt out of FIFA W/Cup in Russia
  • Joshua: ‘I’m definitely preparing for 12-round fight’
  • Ibrah ‘the lion’ roars in new commercial
  • Nigeria vs Serbia: Ighalo benched, Onazi, Musa Start
  • UniJos ASUU seeks solution to herdsmen/farmers clashes
  • AUN, Marlboro college partner on student exchange
  • OAU resumption date remains April 3 – VC
  • Adamawa Poly students clash over stolen phone
  • UNILAG Alumni launches N738m project
  • Five OAU Students Docked over Alleged Assault
  • Soccer for peace, unity

(www.thenationonlineng.net/)

 

Tribune

  • Company driver in court for allegedly stealing canned drinks valued at…
  • Woman docked for allegedly using baby to steal from homes
  • Insecurity: ‎DSS nabs dreaded leader of Basalube kidnap gang, 10 others
  • Man docked for allegedly converting N4m meant for graveyard
  • How to avoid getting sick on plane —Study
  • North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, makes surprise visit to China
  • Breakdown of Russian diplomats expelled by US, EU countries
  • World turns against Putin: US, 15 EU countries expel Russian diplomats over…
  • ICAN urges Shippers Council to maintain sanity at ports
  • World Bank, EU train personnel from 52 MDAs in Delta
  • BUA Sugar Refinery receives revalidation of MANCAP’s award
  • 6 ships arrive Lagos ports with petrol, other commodities
  • French firm leads development of Sokponba Resort
  • Anu, Nigerian Lady Ekwe hits tourism with Mukeke
  • Obiano hires Sally Mbanefo for tourism ministry
  • Why we celebrate Eledumare Cultural-tourism festival —Gani Adams
  • Senate Committee on Local Content commends NCDMB
  • Chevron, others spend N2.2 billion on chest clinics to fight TB in Nigeria
  • PIGB: Curbing monopoly in oil sector regulation
  • NNPC decries 700 breaches on Aba-Enugu pipeline, to partner Enugu govt on…
  • Stakeholders laud government’s efforts on rehabilitation/construction of…
  • Lawyers, others carpet Lagos Assembly over waste management matters
  • Senator Ashafa advocates exploration of tunneling technology for…
  • New Lagos Land Use Charge, a progressive taxation for development —Ashade
  • NPDC/PENGASSAN women advocate gender equality
  • NIS warns illegal migrants, trains 130 officials in A’Ibom on cross-border…
  • Suspected cultist, pipeline vandal arrested in Bayelsa
  • Okowa calls for enlightenment of Nigerians about roles of legislators
  • Third Force: Why Nigerians should be careful —Oyo guber aspirant
  • Youths must take chance to make Nigeria better —Kwara APC guber aspirant
  • I’ll make Osun food basket of Nigeria if elected next governor —Suliman…
  • The military and Danjuma bombshell

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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