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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, November 15, 2017

The Nation

  • Udeze, Allen, hail Super Eagles’ remarkable 4-2 victory over Albiceleste
  • Dangote sells noodles plants to De United for $12.26m
  • Lagos Assembly urges Ambode to clamp down on fake job advertisers
  • Zimbabwe finance minister, Chombo detained by Military- Govt Source
  • Education graduates to undergo one year internship soon – FG
  • Kwara LG poll: PDP shuns signing of peace accord
  • Vietnam: Execution date of convicted family killer announced
  • Zimbabwe: Mugabe, family ‘safe, sound’ – Military
  • Farida Waziri simply hired to attack me, says Jonathan
  • ACCW: First Bank BC records third consecutive victory
  • Aguero now better after collapsing at halftime against Nigeria, Argentine FA says
  • Morocco U-20 girls arrive Nigeria today
  • Malami tells Senate panel: I met with Maina in Dubai
  • Maina ran bank account through sms, email, EFCC tells court
  • Govt to raise N311b from assets sale
  • Udeze, Allen, hail Super Eagles’ remarkable 4-2 victory over Albiceleste
  • ACCW: First Bank BC records third consecutive victory
  • Aguero now better after collapsing at halftime against Nigeria, Argentine FA says
  • Morocco U-20 girls arrive Nigeria today
  • UK Sport Minister Wants England FA to Hire Eniola Aluko
  • Aguero Rushed to Hospital, Collapsed During Nigeria, Argentina Clash
  • Eagles can spring a surprise in Moscow
  • Italy donates $5m to help eradicate polio in Afghanistan
  • FG plans N1b support to fight HIV/AIDS through NHIS
  • HEN Foundation screens 393 women for Cervical, Breast Cancer

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

The Sun

  • Argentina vs Nigeria: Buhari greets Super Eagles
  • Education graduates to undergo one year internship soon – FG
  • Groups raise the alarm over deplorable conditions of federal roads in Ogun
  • Jacob Zuma urges caution in Zambabwe
  • Ex-VP Biden claims Russia meddled in 2016 US election
  • Wikileaks told Trump jnr. to tell his dad not con concede if he lost on election day
  • Anambra guber: What’ll determine Obiano, Obaze, Nwoye, Chidoka’s fate
  • Anambra guber : My life in danger, Obiano cries out
  • I’m incomplete without Kalu, says Ike Oye, APGA national chairman
  • DMO puts Nigeria’s public sector debt at N20.37tr
  • Why FG’s taking $500m W’Bank loan –Finance Ministry
  • Shareholder activist slams SEC’s handling of Oando’s infractions
  • Didier Drogba to hang boots in 2018
  • Kalu thanks Eagles for beating Argentina
  • Zimbabwe latest: Mugabe negotiates wife’s exit
  • Zimbabwe military say they are after criminals, not Mugabe
  • n: Cover, World News |  15th November 2017
  • BREAKING: Army seizes power in Zimbabwe
  • Forget Biafra, Buhari tells Igbo
  • $43m Ikoyi cash: 9 whistle-blowers fight over N850m commission
  • Agenda for new SGF, Boss Mustapha
  • Apapa gridlock: FG losing N10bn daily
  • DMO puts Nigeria’s public sector debt at N20.37tr
  • Anambra guber : My life in danger, Obiano cries out
  • Maina: Senate probe holds in camera

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Punch

  • BREAKING: Inflation declines for consecutive months to 15.91% – NBS
  • I didn’t know my ministers, top government officials -Buhari
  • UPDATED: No to ‘unconstitutional’ change of Zimbabwe govt – South Africa
  • Zimbabwe army detains finance minister – Govt source
  • BREAKING: JAMB fixes dates for 2018 examination
  • Qualifiers for 2018 World Cup
  • 4-magnitude quake hits South Korea
  • Sublime Eriksen propels Denmark to World Cup
  • Former Argentine football official commits suicide
  • Celebrations as Australians back same-sex marriage
  • eace corps asks IG to unseal headquarters
  • 258 more Nigerians arrive from Libya
  • Avengers’ threat calls for emergency dialogue
  • Next Titan: Eucharia, Joseph, Prisca evicted
  • Buhari rewards D’Tigress
  • Research workers hospitalised after police, students clash
  • Navy warns N’ Delta Avengers against threat to resume hostilities
  • Man impersonates Mike Okiro, defrauds lawmakers’ relatives, friends
  • Nasarawa corps members accuse officials of diverting N98m allowances
  • Delta man jilted by lover commits suicide
  • Army arrest women for buying baby for N300,000
  • Community kicks as court grants kidnappers N200,000 bail
  • Hoodlums hack man to death in Edo
  • Four in police net for robbery
  • My life is in danger, says Obiano
  • ICYMI: Buhari appoints Adeyeye as new NAFDAC DG
  • Falana urges NASS to pass whistle-blowing protection bill
  • Umahi bars party logos, symbols as Buhari visits Ebonyi
  • We all have our roots in Lagos, Yayi tells critics in Ogun
  • Reps debate use of card reader for 2019 polls Wednesday
  • Bomb scare rocks Anambra INEC Secretariat, IPOB members arrested
  • Dickson, Sylva on warpath over security, criminality
  • Ex-C’River acting gov, others defect to APC
  • The most efficient ways to buy Data on your phone
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  • Green coffee beans

(www.punchng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • MDutch Textile Giants In Talks With FG Over Multi-Billion Naira Investment
  • 6 Foreigners With Suspected Terror Links Entered U.S. Via Visa Lottery – Reports
  • Zimbabwe Army Detains Finance Minister: Govt Source
  • Probe Alleged Fraud In NDDC —Bayelsa APC Chieftain
  • ‎Anambra: NSCDC Deploys 15, 000 Personnel, Sniffer Dogs, Surveillance Vehicles
  • 5 AMLagos Assembly Urges Ambode To Clamp Down On Fake Job Advertisers
  • Anambra Poll: Battle For 3 Parties, But There Could Be Surprises
  • When Will Nigeria Become A First World Country?
  • 7 Foods To Avoid,If You Want To Get Rid Of Pot Belly & Lose Weight
  • AMZimbabwe Army Says Mugabe, Family ‘Safe, Sound’
  • Ashafa Harps On The Need For State Of Emergency In Educational Sector In Nigeria 8:41 AMYesterday, Ndigbo Proved They Love President Buhari – Lauretta Onochie
  • State Of Education In Nigeria: Gov El-Rufai Deserves Commendation
  • Obiano’s ADC, Plan For Electoral Malpractice – APGA Forum
  • 8:05 AMUS Approves First Pill With Digital Tracking Device
  • Ikoyi Whistle-blower’s cash: Lawyers, different men fight for N850m reward
  • How pension funds were diverted through non-existent contracts —Witness
  • My life in danger, cries Obiano as Police withdraw security
  • Otodo-Gbame eviction: Amnesty Int’l flays Lagos govt over dead 11, missing 17
  • Biafra: IPOB imported arms from Turkey to destabilize Nigeria, FG tells Court
  • Breaking: Buhari conferred with Chieftaincy title in Igboland
  • Argentina vs Nigeria: Super Eagles, truly super – Onigbinde
  • Argentina vs Nigeria: Aguero now better after collapsing at halftime – FA Wenger e

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Guardian

  • Buhari in Ebonyi State, stands on one Nigeria
  • Power slips from Mugabe as military steps in
  • Federal Government’s Truck Transit Park to gulp N4.8 billion
  • Global factoring volume hits €2.37 trillion
  • Africa needs an enabling environment for trade growth’
  • Nestle, Guinness, others lead N124b stock market losses
  • SON intensifies checks for substandard LPG products with new equipment
  • Ikorodu community protests against power outage
  • Kalakuta Queens… Musical theatre casts a gaze into Fela’s harem, politics
  • Exercise increases brain size, stops glaucoma, studies show
  • 258 more Nigerians return from Libya
  • Zimbabwe military deny takeover in state TV address
  • At dinner, awards recognition, ICSAN preaches good corporate governance
  • No child will be left out in accessing quality education, says Ambode
  • Workshop to tackle child sexual exploitation for Abuja
  • Zuriel Oduwole heads to COP23 in Bonn, Germany
  • Ibrahim Gusau moves to block ‘impeachment’ at AFN Congress
  • Super Eagles humiliate Argentina 4-2
  • Kwara Open will soon become West Africa’s top golf championship’
  • Olukayode, Odoh, win Elizabeth Wuraola Ojo Memorial Championship
  • Buhari rewards D’Tigress with N17.5 million
  • NFF, Eagles agree on bonuses, allowances ahead Russia 2018
  • Africa needs an enabling environment for trade growth’
  • Nestle, Guinness, others lead N124b stock market losses
  • SON intensifies checks for substandard LPG products with new equipment
  • As Nigerians unite against Morocco in ECOWAS
  • Understanding Morocco’s application to join ECOWAS

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • Buhari: My Visit to South-east, Strong Expression of My Belief in…
  • Senate Approves $5.5bn Foreign Loan as External Debt Rises to $15.4bn
  • FG Justifies Oil Exploration in North, to Reinvest Proceeds from JV…
  • New Blood Pressure Guidelines Lower Hypertension Threshold to 130/80
  • PDP Chairmanship Aspirants Sign Undertaking to Abide by Outcome of Convention
  • Oil Falls for Third Day over Rising US Shale Output
  • Kola Aluko’s New York Apartment Sold to Mystery Buyer at $36m
  • FG Signs $5.8bn Contract for Mambilla Hydro Power Project
  • Court Freezes N350m Linked to Patience Jonathan
  • Kola Aluko’s New York Apartment Sold to Mystery Buyer at $36m
  • Obiano Raises Alarm, Says His Life is Under Threat
  • EFCC Seeks N’Assembly’s Approval to Retain 7% of Recoveries
  • 14m people ignorant of their HIV Status Globally’
  • Saraki Asks Appeal Court to Dismiss False Asset Declaration Charges against Him
  • Maina: Senate C’ttee Grills AGF in Closed Door Meeting
  • Ezekwesili, Baru, Others to Grace Anniversary Lecture
  • House to Probe Etisalat’s Exit
  • Ayade’s Achievements Will Spur Reforms in PDP Says Mantu
  • Amnesty Int’l: LASG Forcibly Evicted 30,000 from Homes in Defiance of Court Order
  • Osinbajo Endorses RecyclArt, Supports Art for the Environment
  • House Declines One-Minute Silence for Slain Ken Saro Wiwa, Others
  • Ikoyi Billions: More Whistleblowers Emerge, Petition AGF
  • Again, Airport Workers Kick against Concession
  • Oando, JV Partners Boost Agriculture in Host Communities
  • FAAN Dismisses Poor Rating of Lagos, PH Airports
  • Fayose Upbraids Buhari for Supporting Sack of 22,000 Teachers in Kaduna
  • PDP House Caucus Alleges Ploy to Thwart Party’s 2019 Aspirations with Political Arrests
  • Osinbajo Charges D-8 Nations to Promote Trade, Justice

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • Father punch his two-day-old daughter to death
  • Incredible images through the ages showing the dedication and love between the Queen and Prince
  • National Commandant of Peace Corps, Dr Dickson Akoh
  • Peace Corps urges IGP to obey court order, unseal Abuja headquarters
  • Kwara LG poll: Political parties sign undertaking
  • 2019: PDP reps caucus raise alarm over plan arrest of key members
  • Anambra poll: My life is in danger ―Obiano cries out
  • CNS warns Niger Delta Avengers against destroying Nigeria’s economic resources
  • Reps reject move to observe one minute silence for late Ken Saro Wiwa
  • Kaduna’s incompetent teachers, evidence of rots in Nigeria’s education sector – OUI VC
  • Accidents claimed 191 lives in 10 months in Kogi – FRSC
  • Oyo provides 250,000 hectares of land free for farming
  • MKO Abiola Airport will triggers economic revolution in Osun – AG
  • NAHCO promotes 800 staff at a go
  • External forces behind activities of militant group – Former IYC president
  • Performance: PDP score Obaseki low after one year
  • Borno professionals seek open investigation of Maina
  • Lagos surveyors alert residents to fake survey plans in circulation
  • How inadequate power supply exacerbates environmental pollution, developmental challenges —
  • Lagos resumes construction of Oke-Oso-Odomola-Ijebu-Ode, other road projects
  • Stop putting gas cylinders inside kitchens, burns expert warns
  • PCN seals off 209 medicine stores in Lagos
  • Stop giving antibiotics to healthy animals, says WHO
  • Mortality at UCH ’s emergency department less than 7% – CMD
  • Customer wins car in Diamond Western Union promo
  • Profit taking dips equities indices by 0.96%
  • Nigeria’s debt stock rises to N20trn
  • CBN’s injection of $195m into forex market strengthens naira

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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