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The Nation

  • Kebbi steps up surveillance over Monkey pox
  • 1Our diverse cultures, symbol of unity – El-Rufai
  • Anambra to increase cassava production by 2018 – Obiano
  • 200,000 living with HIV in Oyo – NACA DG
  • 826 Nigerians voluntarily returned from Libya in one month – NEMA
  • FG to consider legislation against open defecation – Suleiman Adamu
  • Police confirm release of abducted nurse in Gombe
  • Nigeria’s economic future in its hands – Queen of Netherlands
  • Model demands N75m from Wema Bank for alleged copyright infringement
  • Severe pains: Frank needs N1.4million for urgent surgery
  • Mob beat three armed robbers to death in Ondo
  • Legislative, Executive will cooperate for good governance – Saraki
  • Osinbajo wants total commitment toward building a new Nigeria
  • Edo Jobs Summit: Over 600 youths undergo employability skills training
  • You’ve done well, APC Caucus, NEC tell Buhari
  • Report: Tuesday’s UEFA Champions League
  • Brewster Street walks in style with winner’s medal
  • IOC Lifts suspension on Brazilian Olympic Committee
  • Access Bank Lagos City Marathon: Organisers confirm car prizes for new 10km race
  • IAAF announces panelists for Best Athletics Photograph of the year
  • Australian A-League introduces red cards for coaches
  • Lome set to host FIBA 3×3 Africa Cup
  • Mob beat three armed robbers to death in Ondo
  • Legislative, Executive will cooperate for good governance – Saraki
  • Osinbajo wants total commitment toward building a new Nigeria
  • Edo Jobs Summit: Over 600 youths undergo employability skills training
  • You’ve done well, APC Caucus, NEC tell Buhari
  • Panel’s duties may be time wasting, says Salami
  • EFCC resumes probe of Osborne’s $43.4m cash
  • How Sagamu residents celebrated Joshua’s victory
  • AFRIFF 2017: Applause for Keneth Gyang’s ‘The Lost Café’
  • Chioma Okoye to promote Igbo culture with ‘Anyanwu Ututu’
  • Gombe APC ‘ll triumph in 2019, says Muazu
  • Olusola’s adoption can’t threaten APC, says Awe
  • Bejide: I’m candidate to beat in Ekiti

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Punch

  • Girl suicide bomber’ kills five children at Nigeria/Cameroon border
  • BREAKING: Court dismisses Diezani’s application for trial in Nigeria
  • PHOTOS: EFCC arraigns suspected payroll fraudsters in Abuja
  • UEFA Champions League scorers
  • Police confirm release of abducted nurse in Gombe
  • [BREAKING] Metuh: DSS bows to court order, produces Dasuki
  • Man defiles 14-year-old, relatives knock out guardian’s tooth
  • Driver kidnaps boss’ brother, girlfriend over loan request
  • Lewis slams ref for stopping Joshua, Takam
  • 200,000 living with HIV in Oyo —NACA DG
  • Ekwueme collapses at home, admitted in Enugu hospital
  • Ban on private practice: Does it make any sense?
  • North Korea slams ‘incurably mentally deranged’ Trump
  • Champions League: Conte blasts Chelsea after Roma defeat
  • Arsenal on brink of Europa League knockout rounds
  • APC NEC meeting: Govs’ bid to get automatic 2019 ticket for Buhari fails
  • Man defiles 14-year-old, relatives knock out guardian’s tooth
  • Driver kidnaps boss’ brother, girlfriend over loan request
  • Police search for friends of lovers found dead in car
  • I planned my abduction to extort N.5m, says 18-year-old
  • Controversy over OAU student’s suicide
  • Woman gets 10 years for cocaine trafficking
  • Imo community at war over autonomy
  • Fake navy schools defraud youths, job seekers
  • Father sets son ablaze as punishment for rudeness
  • Accord Party delists Ladoja
  • Queen Cerruti of Netherlands visits Ambode
  • Obaseki to meet Edo pensioners
  • Chidoka wants technology used for Anambra poll
  • Osun 2018: APC using police to silence me, says Omisore
  • Buhari presides over APC national caucus meeting
  • 2019: INEC considers disabled persons
  • Buhari presides over APC national caucus meeting
  • Babachir’s sack: We’ve been vindicated, says APC
  • How to make a joint account work
  • Fraud: NSE summons Ogiemwonyi, Ojo, others
  • ‘NNPC’ll find crude in commercial quantities in inland basins’
  • Power, water supply delay Abuja airport terminal’s completion
  • Oil price rises to $61 per barrel
  • N797bn VAT revenue recorded in 10 months – Adeosun

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • JUST IN: Finally, DSS brings Sambo Dasuki to court
  • Concerns mount over Ekwueme’s health
  • 2019: APC govs offer Buhari automatic ticket
  • Adeboye, others commend Dickson for building Ecumenical Centre
  • Global award: Wike pledges sustainable projects in Rivers
  • Buhari hints of cabinet shake-up
  • IPOB blames South East govs for invasion of Nnamdi Kanu’s home
  • Anambra East, West standstill for Obiano
  • Elite frustrating corruption war –Osinbajo
  • NJC: Galadima replaces Salami as head of graft, financial crimes cases monitoring panel
  • Monkey Pox: Kebbi govt. puts health workers on alert
  • Osinbajo opens ecumenical centre in Yenagoa
  • 2019: Steer clear from Ogun politics, GNI tells ‘moneybags’
  • Queen of Netherlands visits Ambode, lauds Lagos govt.’s health policy
  • 3 killed, 34 injured in bus crash in India
  • Liberia’s Supreme Court halts presidential run-off over fraud allegations
  • Nigeria drifting, Buhari must rise to occasion -Dickson
  • VAT: FG nets N797bn in 10 months –Adeosun
  • Tech & Gadgets :Cybercrime: Experts proffer solutions as IoT grows
  • Gwarzogate: Stakeholders demand independent investigation of N104m payment
  • Football scandal: US Court jails FIFA bigwig
  • Russia 2018: Madjer unleashes Leicester duo on Eagles

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Transformer Explosion Kills 14 at Wedding In India
  • Kebbi Govt. Steps Up Surveillance over Monkey Pox
  • FIFA Grants Media Rights in China To CCTV Until 2022
  • Suspected Islamist Arrested after Knife Attack near Tunis Parliament
  • 5 Soldiers, 1 Civilian Killed after Ambush On Malian High Court’s President
  • Abe Re-Elected As Japan Premier after Easy Election Win
  • 3 Killed, 34 Injured In Bus Crash in India
  • Enugu LG Poll: Nwoye Urges Electorates to Vote En Mass For APC
  • Wild Elephant Kills 35-Year-Old Man in Nepal
  • Key to Nigeria’s Unity, Progress Is in the Church —Osinbajo
  • He Was Only After My Money
  • Greatest Threat to Survival of Democracy in Nigeria Is ‘Godfatherism’ – Reuben Abati
  • Breaking: DSS Produces Dasuki in Court For Metuh’s Trial
  • Of Contenders for Anambra Governor
  • $43m Ikoyi Cash, N200m PINE Fund: EFCC Awaits Osinbajo Cttee’s Report To Prosecute Oke, Lawal
  • FG To Consider Legislation against Open Defecation – Minister
  • How DBN’ll Bring down Interest Rate for MSMEs — Okpanachi
  • Madjer calls Algeria big names to face Eagles
  • Rohr: I won’t forget players who won World Cup ticket
  • Commonwealth Games: Athletes chase qualification at Access Bank/Lagos Marathon
  • Sports Vanguard cameraman robbed
  • When a legislator dumps PDP for APGA, with over 5000 supporters
  • Anambra poll: What Nwoye has going for him
  • Obiano has failed in his primary duty – Ojiba ACPN candidate
  • Boundary dispute: Over 10,000 Ebonyi indigenes access free medical treatment
  • No going back on Gelegele Seaport project – Edo Govt
  • Ijebu-Igbo boils over killing of RTEAN member
  • I am like a preacher – Oba Ewuare 11
  • I don’t want dad to leave with my family
  • Couples who kiss regularly are less likely to get depressed — Scientists
  • Because I stopped pension thieves I am subjected to relentless persecution, media trail – Maina
  • 2019: APC NEC defers President Muhammadu Buhari’s endorsement
  • Breaking: I’ll appoint more ministers soon – Buhari
  • Jonathan, Dasuki ask Justice Abang to hands-off Metuh’s trial
  • Looters’ trial:CJN inaugurates panel on Wednesday as NJC replaces Salami with Justice Galadima
  • Sagay, others urge Maina to publish beneficiaries of looted pensions funds
  • N88bn compensation to victims of Biafra war: Anambra, Rivers, Akwa Ibom, Delta, Ebonyi, Cross River, Abia, Enugu, Benue to benefit

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Guardian

  • 5 children killed by ‘young girl’ suicide bomber in Cameroon
  • Maina fights back, alleges £6m pension loot in London accounts
  • Submarine cable system underused after $1b investment
  • Truck driver kills eight in New York ‘act of terror’
  • Madjer lists Mahrez, Bentaleb, Slimani for Algeria, Nigeria clash
  • Zuma asks court to set aside report on influence-peddling
  • Liberia’s Supreme Court halts presidential run-off over fraud allegations
  • President assures of cabinet rejig soon, lauds NWC members
  • Four die, six wounded as troops, terrorists clash in Borno
  • UN special advocate, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands visits Ambode
  • Senate probes abuse of expatriate quota
  • Mourinho defends lack of Lukaku charity
  • PSG hat-trick hero Kurzawa toasts moment in limelight
  • Simeone defends goal-shy Atletico’s style
  • Enugu government plans to float Rangers on Nigerian Stock Exchange
  • Stakeholders disagree over appointment of NFF’s technical committee chairman
  • Lewandowski set for return against Dortmund
  • Oil prices surpass World Bank’s forecast at over $60 a barrel
  • Economy, policy uncertainty threaten ports projects
  • Nigeria loses 2,648.7mw to gas, line constraint
  • Lagos as a city of dreams
  • Kogi: Dino Melaye’s sour grapes
  • ‘Let’s see who will trespass our anti-grazing law in Benue’
  • APGA denies court order restraining Willie Obiano
  • PDP seeks impeachment as Buhari sacks SGF, NIA boss
  • Father of three commits suicide in Ibadan
  • Okoye to light up South East TV stations with home made series, Anyanwu Ututu
  • Marijuana associated with better sexual performance, libido

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • Nigeria Moves up 24 Places in World Bank’s Doing Business Report
  • N300m Was Stolen Daily from Pensioners, Alleges Maina
  • Gombe Assembly to Mount Pressure on Executive to Release Health Funds…
  • New SGF Promises to Effectively Stimulate Govt Policies
  • Italian Judge Expected to Rule on Eni, Shell Indictment over Malabu Oil Deal Dec…
  • Oando Reports N7.1bn Profit in Q3 2017
  • Buhari Hosts National Assembly Leadership to Dinner
  • Senate Suspends Consideration of Motion Declaring ECA Illegal
  • Why NNPC Shelved Planned Dinner With N’ Assembly Members
  • VAT Contributes N797bn to Federation Account in 10 Months
  • Justice Galadima Replaces Salami as Chair Corruption Monitoring C’ttee
  • Omokri:Aregbesola is Not a Good Manager of Resources
  • SCAHSA Honours Wike with Global Human Settlements Outstanding Contribution Award
  • Monkey Pox Surfaces in Edo
  • Metuh: Court, Again Orders DSS to Produce Dasuki in Court Today
  • Lagos Council Boss Advocates By-laws to Protect Public Property
  • Saraki: We Are Ready for Budget Presentation by Executive
  • Amnesty International Testifies at Presidential Panel
  • Encomiums as Legal Giants Bid Nwokedi Farewell in Enugu
  • EU Earmarks 430m Euros for Peace, Security in Africa
  • N’Delta Militants Back Police Disruption of Clark-led PANDEF in Rivers
  • NNPC: Why We Went Back to Oil Exploration in Benue Trough
  • Senate: We’ve Been Vindicated on Our Position on Maina, Babachir Damilola
  • Aruleba, Adepetu, Osagie, Others to Be Inducted as FRSC Celebrity Marshals
  • Uzodimma Calls for Abolition of State of Origin Clause, Referendum on Restructuring
  • Benue is Determined to Implement Anti-Grazing Law, Says Deputy Governor
  • Obaseki: We Want Stolen Benin Artefacts Returned
  • Queen of Netherlands Visits Ambode, Lauds LASG’s Health Policy
  • Nwoye Vows Not to Betray Endorsements by Aguata, Anambra Political Leaders
  • Four Feared Dead, Six Injured in Boko Haram, Military Battle
  • House Wants Security Agencies to Partner Experts to Destroy Illegal Refineries, Petroleum Products
  • Inaugurate 10,000 Capacity Bayelsa Ecumenical Centre
  • Bala-Usman Promises to Partner ANLCA on Port Operations
  • N300m Was Stolen Daily from Pensioners, Alleges Maina
  • Gombe Assembly to Mount Pressure on Executive to Release Health Funds…
  • New SGF Promises to Effectively Stimulate Govt Policies
  • Italian Judge Expected to Rule on Eni, Shell Indictment over Malabu…
  • Oando Reports N7.1bn Profit in Q3 2017
  • Buhari Hosts National Assembly Leadership to Dinner

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • Ogun people must reject moneybags politicians in 2019 —GNI
  • Rasaq Obe emerges PENGASSAN branch chairman
  • Tragedy! Technician electrocuted at Lagos Assembly
  • Ogun people must reject moneybags politicians in 2019 ―GNI
  • Leaders should turn to God and eschew corruption ―Osinbajo
  • Parochial interest real enemies of Development in Nigeria ―Osinbajo
  • FG tasks SON, others on infrastructure disaster prevention in Nigeria
  • Destruction of illegal refineries: Reps ask FG to involve experts
  • PDP constitutes more than 50% in Presidency, law enforcement agencies – Buhari’s Aide
  • He threatened to pour acid on me, removed two of my teeth – Woman
  • He failed to show up at our only child’s christening – Woman
  • She was initiated into her grandmother’s occultic group without my consent – Man
  • Please, separate us before one kills the other, man prays court – Husband
  • Ondo State Assembly halts move to abolish free education
  • Mainagate: Maina, officials involved must be punished – Afenifere
  • IPOB blames S/East govs, Ohanaeze Ndigbo for army invasion of Kanu’s residence
  • Police nab 18-year-old over alleged robbery of Senator’s house in Delta
  • Oyo govt conducts test to employ state counsels
  • Labour unions reiterate commitment to improve workers welfare
  • Fayose wades into EKSU killings, reads Riot Act to cultists, kidnappers
  • Oyo APC hails Ladoja for opting out of 2019 gubernatorial contesting – Oyo APC
  • 200,000 currently infected with AIDS in Oyo – NACA DG
  • Oyo NMA urges women’s support for health bill
  • 125,000 women vaccinated against tetanus in Oyo
  • Children may also experience urinary difficulties —Expert
  • We strongly support Nigeria’s economic recovery efforts —AfDB
  • Q3:2017: Conoil records N6.3bn increase in turnover
  • Development Bank disburses N5bn to 20,000 MSMEs
  • Q3:2017: Union Bank gross earnings go up by 16%
  • Cameroon jails President Biya critic to 25 years
  • Manafort indicted on conspiracy, money laundering charges: special counsel
  • Kenyan President Kenyatta re-elected with 98 per cent of vote —Election commission
  • Spanish prosecutor seeks charges for deposed Catalan leaders
  • Kabba Cultural Festival: Okun people to honour Ooni of Ife on Saturday
  • Why we are introducing tourism as a discipline — Vice Chancellor, Espam-Formation, University, Cotonou
  • Motherland beckons unveils Anglophone–Francophone destination Ouidah
  • Cherubim If pilgrimage is not spiritual, there is no use for it —Rev Uja
  • NCPC boss commends Cherubim and Seraphim church

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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