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Tribune

  • Labour urges Buhari to reshuffle cabinet
  • NAPS partners Council of Women Society for ‘impactful summit’
  • Rivers LG chairmen seek CJN, NJC’s intervention on 2015 annulled LG election
  • FG earmarks N12.5bn for completion of Katsina water supply project
  • Nigerians tired of excuses from leadership ― Group warns
  • 139,342 PVCs uncollected at INEC, Enugu
  • He ordered me to move out of his room, burnt my clothes after he took a new wife —Wife
  • Court remands fake herbalists for allegedly beheading man in Osun
  • Appeal Court President, AGF, Ojo others want use of ADR in dispute settlement
  • NSCDC deploys technology in combating vandalism, oil theft
  • Ibadan is UNESCO learning city ― Oyo govt
  • Make LG staff’s salary first line charge, Oyo Assembly urges state JAAC
  • Yahaya Bello seeks assembly’s support on development
  • Kogi workers threaten mass action against govt
  • He’s a brute and crude in his ways —Man
  • Aare Onakakanfo: Gani Adams, a worthy choice ―YCE
  • Buhari congratulates Adebutu at 82
  • FG appoints consultants to monitor power sector, opens financial bids for mining companies
  • Akeredolu laments deplorable state of public schools
  • ‎Court subpoens Jonathan to testify for Metuh
  • Presidency tasks NAFDAC to reduce products registration period to 60 days
  • She’s a witch, killed my girlfriend, sent my other wife packing — Husband
  • She picks the date, dictates the time we make love — Husband
  • 250,000 Nigerian women die of cancer annually says foundation
  • Rotary grants Nigeria $7.71m for polio eradication
  • Malaria, NAFDAC, global donors, Nigerian drugs
  • Malaria elimination remains a challenge —Expert
  • Why community oral health centre must flourish —Don
  • Shares suspension: Oando secures court order to retract SEC directive
  • States won’t borrow again as FAAC shares N558.0bn for September
  • Nigeria, Indonesia agree to strengthen economic ties
  • PZ Wilmar partners NCF, restates commitment to sustainable practices
  • Kenya police disperse demonstrators as Odinga tempers poll protest call
  • Kenya political crisis deepens in run-up to election
  • Kenya’s fate in the hands of judges
  • Trump disputes military widow’s account of condolence call
  • Israel maintains robust arms trade with rogue regimes
  • We’ll stoke Nigerian – Canadian tourism traffic —Angela, CEO Global Home-Time Resources Limited
  • NTDC 2017 Amendment act’s passage: South–West tourism promoters commend Coker
  • Why we sponsored 18 festivals in Yoruba land —Gani Adams
  • ITB Berlin calls for keynote speakers
  • Cult Initiation: 16-yr-old raped as police arrest 24 cultists, 3 kidnappers in Delta
  • Police sergeant, NSCDC operative allegedly rape divorcee in Jigawa

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

The Sun

  • Labour to Buhari: Reshuffle your kitchen cabinet now
  • BOMBSHELL: George H.W. Bush accused of groping actress
  • FEC shifted to Thursday
  • BREAKING: Jonathan shuns court in Metuh’s trial
  • PDP NEC approves Dec. 9 for national convention
  • 11 dead, 23 injured in Kogi road mishap
  • More trouble for Maina
  • Buhari’s govt full of scandals –PDP govs
  • My civil war story –Gowon
  • NYSC remains our united force – el-Rufai
  • Kogi civil servants are now like IDPs, says Dino Melaye
  • Rivers APC threatens to recall, expel Rep
  • Notorious kidnap, armed robbery suspect nabbed in Benue
  • Don’t toy with clamour for restructuring, cleric tells Buhari
  • Akeredolu decries state of Ondo public schools
  • Moroccan king sacks ‘unproductive’ ministers over dull economy
  • ISIS territory reduced by 87% in 2-yrs, says US
  • Why we are rooting for Obiano, says Ray-Okoye
  • Buhari’s govt full of scandals –PDP govs
  • Anambra guber ; Obiano should account for LG, Paris Club funds –Nwoye
  • 4 firms stake N120.5m for Nigerian Mining Corporation subsidiaries
  • Oando restrains SEC from biased action with court order
  • FIFA Awards: Omagbemi Best Non-European Coach
  • Iwobi in Eagles on merit – Dad
  • 100 youths acquire film-making skills

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Guardian

  • Former US President George H.W. Bush groped actress, reports say
  • Singapore ranked country with world’s most powerful passport
  • Kenya’s disputed election still on after delay bid fails
  • Nigerians expect Super Eagles to get to Russia 2018 semifinals, says Rohr
  • Reps question CBN over N1.75tr bailout funds to states, query Kogi on utilisation
  • NSCDC arrests 12 suspects, secures 2 convictions in Edo
  • Liberia vice-president asks election body to probe irregularities
  • Suspected Boko Haram insurgents attack Yobe village
  • Chadian gold mine clash leaves 10 dead
  • Human rights abuses: Presidential Panel invites Falana, Boko Haram lawyers
  • Troops kill 11 Boko Haram insurgents, destroy IED factory in Borno-Official
  • Players threaten to boycott COPA Lagos
  • Buffon to retire unless Juve win Champions League
  • Bravo stars as City see off Wolves in shoot-out
  • Juventus escape punishment in Pogba case, says president
  • Federer routs Tiafoe in Basel opener
  • Usain Bolt gets Borussia Dortmund’s offer for trial
  • Exporters debunk yam rejection stories, say export was successful
  • Nigeria’s GDP records decline in Q3 and Q4 2016
  • NIFAAS advocates legislated agricultural extension policy
  • Another Kakanfo on the march
  • Terrorism, self-determination and IPOB – Part 2
  • Nigeria’s minorities: Pawn on the political chessboard
  • Internal democracy, transparency will return PDP to power – Chairman
  • PDP governors express disappointment over allegations against FG
  • Southern governors and the road to a new Nigeria
  • Volkswagen denies price fixing by German car-makers
  • GITEX showcases Nigeria’s readiness for IT investments
  • Tier 2 operator taps Nigeria on $14.6 billion IoT opportunities
  • Kit Harington Reveals He Cried While Reading The Last ‘Game Of Thrones’ Script
  • Fashion Designers To Showcase At LFDW Day One
  • Jidenna Touches Down In Nigeria For The Heineken “Live Your Music” Parties
  • Prophets kill, share body parts of gang member’s girlfriend
  • 56 countries to participate in Festac 77@40
  • Sugar feeds cancer, makes it ‘untreatable’

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Vanguard

  • NSCDC Arrests 12 Suspects, Secures 2 Convictions In Edo
  • PDP Needs Professional To Head Its Publicity Division – Ologbondiyan
  • Boko Haram: Air Force Records Major Success As It Begins Operation Ruwan Wuta II
  • APC Group Threatens To Expel Rep Member From Party
  • NSCDC Arrests 12 Suspects, Secures 2 Convictions In Edo
  • Auto Dealer Charged With Perversion Of Justice
  • Taraba Varsity, UNIDO To Train Skilled Manpower For Mambilla Power Project
  • Principal Lauds NGO For Donating Sick Bay To School
  • Doguwa Alhassan Being Mistaken For Abdulrasheed Maina – Garba Sheh
  • Wife Seeks Dissolution Of 16-Yr-Old Marriage Over Alleged Desertion
  • Nigeria Is Giant With Clay Feet – Sanusi
  • Monarch Cautions Butchers Against Slaughtering Sick, Dead Animals
  • NURTW Advises Members To Get Speed Limit Device
  • Wearing Fake Eyeglass Frames Can Damage Eyes — Professionals
  • FMC Makurdi Engages NMA Over Strike
  • We Will Fight For Our Entitlements – ABU Pensioners
  • FEC To Hold Tomorrow
  • No automatic shirt for Enyeama – Rohr
  • Eagles ‘ll be tough — Argentina coach
  • I won’t go bankrupt like Tyson, says Joshua
  • Rohr, Mikel snub Ronaldo in FIFA Best Player Award
  • Metuh’s trial:Justice Abang insists Jonathan must appear as Dasuki loses bid to quash subpoena
  • 9 firms vie for power sector monitoring consultancy Nine firms have com
  • APC chieftain lambasts Jonathan over $23bn Greenfield refineries
  • We believe we are all one, one Nigeria forever – Biafran war veterans
  • Maina’s recall, promotion: I acted in public interest – Malami
  • Senate probes $1.2bn loan obtained by Etisalat from 13 banks
  • Obi of Onitsha marks glamorous 16th Ofala festival
  • EFCC seals Maina’s 6 properties in Kaduna
  • Wizkid vs Davido: Is the war over?
  • Singer, Mr. 2Kay battered, robbed at gunpoint
  • Regina smiles into a new life
  • Kaffy’s son, battle Tiwa Savage in dance duel

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • MainaGate: One scandal too many, says Oby Ezekwesili
  • Three men arraigned for beating man falsely accused of ‘private part disappearance’
  • Man allegedly stones woman to death in Ogun
  • West African leaders break silence on Togo violence
  • Eminem wins $413,600 copyright case against New Zealand’s political party
  • Jabulani better than League Cup balls – Toure
  • Polish doctors protest, demand health budget increase
  • Wrongful death: Porsche settles with Paul Walker’s daughter
  • Man, 50, allegedly rapes stepdaughters
  • Coca-Cola earnings rise on cost cuts
  • Sexual Harassment: Ex-president George HW Bush apologises to actress
  • South Africa police start murder probe into 1971 killing
  • We’ll fight for our entitlements – ABU Pensioners
  • UPDATED: Court gives bailiff five days ultimatum to serve subpoena on Jonathan
  • Germany expels 14 Afghan asylum seekers amid protests
  • Three men arraigned for beating man falsely accused of ‘private part disappearance’
  • Man allegedly stones woman to death in Ogun
  • Drunken policeman shoots farmer over N15,000 in Delta
  • 74-year-old ‘ninja’ arrested for burglary
  • Army apologises to family of Okada rider beaten to death by soldier in Lagos
  • Panic as cult writes Rivers community
  • How gunmen killed two policemen, abducted Portuguese in Kogi
  • Power Uti, ex-wrestling champion, arraigned for killing, ‘detaining’ wife’s corpse
  • Octogenarian caught with fake dollars in Katsina
  • MainaGate: One scandal too many, says Oby Ezekwesili
  • Adebanjo disagrees with Bisi Akande on restructuring
  • Prisoners to vote in 2019, says INEC
  • Olujimi reports Fayose to PDP NEC
  • PDP national chair not restricted to any zone, says Makarfi
  • Ekiti needs an experienced governor’
  • Ladoja joins PDP chairmanship race
  • INEC involved in 419 cases – Chairman
  • APC correcting what PDP damaged in 16 years – Lawmaker
  • Coca-Cola earnings rise on cost cuts
  • Heineken’s nine-month profits rise
  • Nigeria’s GDP records decline in Q3, Q4 2016
  • PENGASSAN rejects plan to tax pension, terminal benefits
  • Oando gave false financial statements, dividend – SEC
  • We need $36bn to connect all states by rail – Amaechi

(www.punchng.com)

 

THisDay

  • Naira Scarcity Hits Interbank Market as Overnight Lending Rises to 120%
  • Oando Claims Court Order Halting Suspension on Shares, Forensic Audit
  • FRC to Reintroduce Suspended National Code of Corporate Governance
  • PDP Governors Slam Buhari over Corruption Scandals
  • States Rule Out Borrowing to Bridge Funding Shortfalls
  • CBN Dep’Gov, Fidelity MD Other Bankers to Be Honoured With CIBN Fellowship
  • NNPC $25bn Probe: Pressure May Affect C’ttee’s Focus, Redirected to Duke Oil
  • Senate Wades into Etisalat $1.2 bn Debt Crisis
  • Nigeria Want Single Currency for ECOWAS Region Slowed Down
  • Adebanjo: Buhari Not More Northern Than Sardauna
  • Edevbie: We Have 2,203 Political Appointees with Monthly Wage Bill of N382m in Delta
  • Tribunal on Rights Abuses against Military Invites Falana, Boko Haram Suspects to Testify
  • Ex-THISDAY Editor: Why I Want to Be PDP Spokesman
  • US Secretary of Energy Meets with Kachikwu
  • INEC Moves to Restore Prisoners’ Voting Rights
  • BVN: Dabiri-Erewa Asks for More Time for Nigerians in Diaspora
  • Maina: Pension Thieves Are After My Life for Exposing Fraud
  • Nigeria Sliding Dangerously, Needs Urgent Rescue, Group Laments
  • BPE Enlists Third-party Performance Evaluators for Gencos, Discos
  • Court Orders Jonathan, Dasuki to Testify in Metuh’s Trial Today
  • House C’ttee Hands Shell, Others One Week Ultimatum to Show Gas Flaring Penalties
  • Sujimoto Bags International Award
  • Orji: Those Seeking My Prosecution over N2.6bn Fraud Allegation are Faceless
  • Gunmen Kidnap Two Expatriates, Kill Two Policemen in Kogi
  • 11 Killed, 23 Injured in Kogi Road Mishap
  • Defendant Confessed Voluntarily to Defrauding Titi Atiku, Witness Tells Court
  • NEMA Commences Payment of Allowances of Striking Staff Damilola Oyedele in Abuja
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  • Abuja Court Warns EFCC against Misrepresenting Proceedings
  • Kokumo, New Edo CP Assumes Duty
  • Ambode: We Have Created 2, 613 Female Entrepreneurs in Two Years
  • Ayade Seeks FG’s Involvement in Calabar Carnival As a further boost to its soaring…
  • Wamakko: Buhari Really Struggling to Meet the Expectations of Nigeria
  • CSOs Urge N’Assembly to Pass Law on Full Integration ‎of Technology in Electoral Process
  • Handover Federal Roads to States, Tambuwal Appeals to FG
  • Oando Claims Court Order Halting Suspension on Shares, Forensic Audit
  • FRC to Reintroduce Suspended National Code of Corporate Governance
  • PDP Governors Slam Buhari over Corruption Scandals
  • States Rule Out Borrowing to Bridge Funding Shortfalls
  • CBN Dep’Gov, Fidelity MD Other Bankers to Be Honoured With CIBN…
  • NNPC $25bn Probe: Pressure May Affect C’ttee’s Focus, Redirected to Duke…

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Nation

  • Three arrested for raping teenager
  • Man in court over alleged sexual assault on step daughters
  • Hotel staff members docked for bolting with employer’s N340,000
  • Qatar hails Kuwaiti emir’s parliament speech on Gulf crisis
  • Polio: Yobe vaccinates 1.1m children
  • Balotelli’s Nigerian friend, Ogunbayo stabbed to death
  • Three men in court for alleged assault
  • Police arraign carpenter for alleged attempt to defile neighbour’s daughter
  • Cilic, Dimitrov qualify for ATP Finals
  • West Ham’s Bilic says pressure spurs him on to improve
  • Court remands man for allegedly stoning woman to death
  • Teenagers in court over alleged false accusation of private part disappearance
  • Kaduna generates N17bn in nine months
  • French spokesman gets Macron ’s backing to lead party
  • Eminem wins copyright case against political party
  • Aarinola Olaiya bags OAU’s first Distinction in Surgery in 28 years
  • FG, ASUU: Another strike looms over Oct 31 agreement
  • Shehu Idris college of health science and technology to award degree soon – Bello
  • UNILAG: Emeritus professor urges incoming VC to build on Bello’s achievements
  • 21,650 write UI post-UTME exam
  • UNILORIN graduates 9,018 students
  • Kadpoly lecturers suspend strike
  • Balotelli’s Nigerian friend, Ogunbayo stabbed to death
  • Cilic, Dimitrov qualify for ATP Finals
  • West Ham’s Bilic says pressure spurs him on to improve
  • Fans to pay €24.95 to watch Joshua fight African brother
  • Olympic flame for PyeongChang 2018 shines brightly

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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