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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, October 18, 2017

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The Nation

  • Hillary Clinton says U.S. threats of war with North Korea ‘dangerous, short-sighted
  • Nurses call for inclusion in FG’s health policy formulations
  • Amaechi inaugurates transport committee
  • Qatar emir says open to dialogue to resolve Gulf crisis
  • Amapakabo signs 1-year contract with El-Kanemi Warriors
  • Police nab 10 suspects over various crimes in Enugu
  • Governor’s Cup : Nigeria’s Imeh Upsets French Star
  • Senate summons Fayemi over Zamfara lead poisoning
  • Presidential poll:Top Kenyan election official resigns, flees country
  • Crocodile Smile 2: Army arrest over 40 suspects in Lagos, Ogun
  • Manchester City make it 3 out of 3 with win over Napoli
  • Buhari frowns at states’ inability to pay workers
  • Court orders Abaribe to produce Kanu
  • Pressure on Senate panel to drop $25b contracts probe
  • Obasanjo: I’m done with PDP
  • Buhari frowns at states’ inability to pay workers
  • Pressure on Senate panel to drop $25b contracts probe
  • Gani Adams deserves Are Ona Kakanfo title, says Tinubu
  • Parents withdraw kids from schools in Ondo
  • ‘ Constitution should be amended to emphasise revenue generation’
  • EUFA Champions League Results (Full Time)
  • Nigeria Can Lift 2018 World Cup, says CAF President
  • Kadpoly ASUP suspends 7 weeks strike
  • LAUTECH: ASUU Suspends Strike
  • We have closed admission – LASU
  • Oyedepo to academia: Stop being bookish and start thinking future
  • FUNAAB produces 203 First Class graduates
  • 400 music artistes light up MUPAN inauguration
  • Omoni Oboli takes ‘Okafor’s Law’ to South Korea
  • Wole Soyinka attends ‘Felabration’
  • ‘Divided Ekiti Pdp can’t win governorship poll’
  • Ekiti 2018: How Ado agenda ‘ll shape governorship race
  • Jonathan advises PDP not to elect wrong chairman
  • Kwara vaccinates 200,000 people in three days
  • Natural medicine, diagnoses and health disorders (2)
  • Egg intake doesn’t cause heart attack

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Punch

  • Guardiola backs Catalonia independence, dedicates win to jailed separatists
  • Napoli, best team I faced in my career – Guardiola
  • Kwara command detains SARS men for alleged sexual harassment
  • I’m a fighter, worthy of being Aare Ona Kakanfo – Gani Adams
  • Spain to seek suspension of Catalonia’s autonomy unless leader backs down
  • Hoodlums ‘invade’ dump as police destroy N50m narcotics in Lagos
  • Foreign hospitals stealing kidneys, FG warns
  • IPOB can’t get Biafra, says Zionists’ leader
  • Senate summons Fayemi over mining roadmap
  • Fayose has foisted zoning on APC, says Olowo
  • Everton, AC Milan look for Europa League morale boost
  • Gunmen kill corps member in Imo • UNILORIN graduate dies days to convocation
  • ‘Intels politicising rift with NPA over TSA’
  • South Korea police raid Samsung unit in embezzlement probe
  • The real issue in Nigeria’s debt story
  • Kwara command detains SARS men for alleged sexual harassment
  • Hoodlums ‘invade’ dump as police destroy N50m narcotics in Lagos
  • Navy’s Exercise Pouncer starts in Rivers
  • Man kills wife over disagreement
  • I can’t continue to stay alone, 87-year-old lawyer defends wedding
  • Man, 82, remanded for defiling teenager
  • Agency hands over eight rapists to police
  • Hospital wants nurse prosecuted for attempted sale of baby
  • Kenya poll official quits, says election not credible
  • INEC to publish Anambra voter list Wednesday
  • PDP: I won’t go back to my vomit, says Obasanjo
  • PDP is finished if we pick wrong chairman – Jonathan
  • 2019: No credible candidate besides Buhari – Ortom
  • Anambra poll: INEC to publish voters’ list Wednesday
  • Delay in visa issuance: We’ll retaliate, FG warns countries
  • Senate panel summons Baru, Shell boss in oilfield probe
  • ‘Intels politicising rift with NPA over TSA’
  • How to deal with financial stress
  • Help us fight corruption, Buhari tells accountants
  • NNPC stores two billion litres of petrol for end-of-year movement
  • Poverty biting harder, Reps tell FG
  • Inflation drops marginally to 15.98%
  • Prison warder commits suicide after intimate photos with inmate went viral
  • Mum struggled to train us, now she won’t reap the fruit of her labour — Son of drowned policewoman
  • Police investigate SARS officers over alleged sexual harassment

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • Paris Club refund: Governors demand release of 50% balance by November
  • IPOB: Court orders Abaribe to produce Kanu in court or face jail
  • Panic in Ondo, Rivers’ schools over army vaccines
  • PDP: We’re finished if we elect wrong chairman, spokesman –Jonathan
  • NNPC probe: Intrigues as Wamakko visits Aso Rock
  • 2019: I have no VP ambition –Wike
  • I inherited N127bn debt from Obi– Obiano
  • I’m done with PDP –Obasanjo
  • Foreign loans: World Bank has vindicated us –PDP
  • Zamfara lead poisoning: Senate summons Fayemi
  • Oyo govt. to spend N5.6b on school infrastructure
  • Nigeria requires $50bn investment to unlock potential in aviation sector
  • Actors Guild wants Gombe govt. to invest in youths through film
  • Nurses call for inclusion in FG’s health policy formulations
  • Magu calls for bottom-up anti-corruption initiatives
  • Reps task FG on extreme poverty eradication
  • World Bank lists Ogun among RAAMP beneficiaries
  • Ahead presidential rerun: Top Kenyan election official resigns, flees
  • War with N’ Korea ‘dangerous, short-sighted’ – Hillary Clinton
  • There are no Muslim or Christian terrorists – Dalai Lama
  • Nigerians are fed up with APC -Adeniran
  • Anambra guber : Aggrieved PDP stakeholders suspends Nwosu, others
  • Foreign loans: World Bank has vindicated us –PDP
  • Iheanacho’s coach fired
  • NFF holds annual general assembly in Jos
  • Wike, Real Madrid finalise plans to establish Academy

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Guardian

  • Senate under pressure to drop probe of $25b NNPC contracts
  • Suspected militants kidnap four missionaries in Delta
  • Electricity generation declines to 1,360mw
  • Governors meet Buhari, demand balance of Paris Club largesse
  • Real held by Lloris masterclass in Madrid
  • Kenya poll official quits, says election not ‘credible’
  • Africa key to feeding nine billion people by 2050, says AfDB
  • Buhari presents 2018-2020 expenditure framework to Reps
  • Counsel claims ignorance of Nnamdi Kanu’s whereabouts
  • Group urges Buhari to declare armed herdsmen as terrorists
  • Why Boko Haram, other terror groups difficult to defeat, by Olonisakin
  • International Schools Chess League begins as NCF prepares for Nigeria Open
  • Fresh beginning for Iheanacho as Leicester City sack Shakespeare
  • NFF ponders two friendlies for Super Eagles after qualifier against Algeria
  • Spartak ease to Sevilla victory
  • Rampant Reds hit seven to silence Klopp critics
  • Jesus earns Man City narrow win over Napoli
  • Senate seeks commodity board, regulation of food prices
  • SIFAX Group wins West Africa Shipping Award
  • Uneasy calm as NPA, INTELS rift lingers
  • Morocco: ECOWAS membership controversy
  • Compact with Africa: A game changer or another white elephant?
  • How to kill a country
  • 2019 poll preparations increase tempo of Taraba politics
  • Obasanjo vows not to return to PDP as Markafi visits
  • PDP’s chances brighter in Kogi State, says Wada
  • MDAs operate 40,000 email addresses, to stop data hosting abroad
  • ‘SES satellite connectivity can fast-track 30% broadband penetration target’
  • E-commerce operators urged to improve customer experience
  • US author George Saunders wins 2017 Man Booker Prize
  • ROK Studious releases Body Language
  • Lagos presents us with diverse audience, says Jos Theatre boss
  • ‘Bayelsa monkeypox suicide victim was father of three’

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • Saraki: Why Another Attempt at Devolving Power May Fail
  • Buhari Seeks N’Assembly’s Approval for 2018-2020 MTEF
  • Judge Orders Abaribe to Produce Kanu in Court or Lose N100m…
  • Nigeria’s Auto Industry to Import Less than 10,000 Vehicles in 2017,…
  • Buhari Leaves for Turkey Today
  • Intels Seeks Amicable Resolution to Pilotage Contract Imbroglio
  • Govs Demand Quick Reconciliation, Balance of Paris Club Refund
  • Plateau Killings: Youths Write Buhari, Demand Justice
  • External Reserves Hit 3-year High at $33.112 Billion
  • FG May Incur Insurance Claims on Rotten Yam Exports
  • Atiku, Ambode, Utomi for Chiejina’s Book Launch
  • Confusion as Parents Withdraw Wards from Schools in Ondo, Rivers over Vaccination
  • Pro-Biafra Group Names Okonjo-Iweala US Ambassador
  • Dasuki Asks Court to Adjourn Trial on Alleged Illegal Arms Possession Indefinitely
  • Dogara: Budget Process Reform Bill will Promote Better Outcomes
  • Appoint Separate Minister for Power, Senate Urges Buhari
  • Fashola: Hydro Now Contributes 26% of Nigeria’s Power Generation
  • Buhari Seeks Accountants’ Support in War against Corruption
  • NEMSA Investigates Fire Outbreak at Kachikwu’s Home
  • UNILORIN Best Graduating Student Dies Days to Convocation
  • NNPC Stores 2bn Litres of Petrol for Yuletide Season
  • APC NWC, Governors Meet Today Onyebuchi Ezigbo in Abuja
  • Senate Summons Fayemi over Illegal Mining
  • House Berrates FG over Alarming Poverty Figures
  • House of Assembly Confirms Justice Edem as C’River Chief Judge
  • Buhari Pledges Support for Niger Delta Devt, Signs University of Petroleum Bill
  • FG Partners US, UK, Jordan to Acquire Sophisticated Technologies to Fight Boko Haram
  • World Bank Laments Lack of Progress in Tackling Poverty
  • FG Supports ECOWAS Move to Harmonise Laws on Tobacco Control
  • Kachikwu’s Letter: Presidency Lobbies Senate C’ttee, Seeks Soft Landing for Baru

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • Aare Ona Kakanfo: Tinubu congratulates Gani Adams, Alaafin
  • Kalu to deliver lecture on economic diversification in China
  • Food inflation again rises to 20.32% in September ―NBS
  • Buhari signs petroleum varsity bill into law
  • Unilorin best graduating student dies few days to graduation
  • Aregbesola appoints Oyebade to replace Owoeye as Osun HoS
  • Why I accepted to be Aare Ona Kakanfo – Gani Adams
  • TUC writes state governors over 17 million housing deficit
  • Reps probe non-patronage of Nigeria’s multibillion satellite
  • NPA staff collected bribe from dredging company —MD
  • Aare Ona Kakanfo: Afenifere lauds Gani Adams’ nomination
  • LAUTECH students resume lectures Monday
  • Buhari expresses commitment to tackle unemployment, improve productivity
  • Equities investors lose N104bn on bearish trade
  • Monkeypox: Oyo dedicates ward, says no reported case —Health Commissioner
  • FG to close down open drug markets, introduces CWCs
  • Being courteous at workplace promotes good mental health, productivity —Expert
  • All certified, safe hospitals to have stickers of identification —Adeduntan
  • NDIC wins award on banking excellence
  • SMEs, others get N1bn CBN facility in Ekiti
  • Diamond Bank rated best bank in financial inclusion
  • NSE: Banking stocks gain pushes market upbeat at 0.33%
  • Trump fires back after McCain attacks ‘spurious nationalism’
  • General Assembly elects Nigeria, others to UN Human Rights Council
  • CBN maintains market liquidity with $195m
  • NNPC retail station part of energy security strategies —Baru
  • Revamping the structure of legal education in Nigeria
  • NLNG demands $315m judgment debt from NIMASA
  • 20,000MWs of power’ll be sufficient for Nigeria’s industrial, residential use —Olusola Lawson, AIIM West Africa Investment Director
  • The beauty of Kainji National Park, New Bussa
  • ITW Abu Dhabi: Muslim majority travel is an important market in the global travel industry
  • FG to introduce tourism in school curriculum
  • At Badagry confab, South-West hoteliers lament multiple taxation

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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