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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Punch

  • Five delegates to Niger Delta summit die in auto crash
  • Director in Lagos State civil service allegedly commits suicide
  • PHOTOS: Buhari commissions $150m feed mill in Kaduna
  • BREAKING: Soldiers surround Nnamdi Kanu’s home, invade NUJ office
  • Monkey selfie copyright case settled after deal reached
  • We have no hands in Melaye’s travails – Kogi govt
  • Osinbajo arrives Akure for National Council on Niger Delta meeting
  • Zimbabwe can feed itself again, says Mugabe
  • Get up at least once every 30 minutes. Failure to do so may shorten your life, study finds
  • VIDEO: Asari Dokubo mocks Buhari over Alhassan
  • 60 % Nasarawa LG workers receive salaries for doing nothing – Commissioner
  • You would have been 23 today, but fate beat me, Remi Oshodi says of late daughter
  • I don’t choose the games I play for Nigeria – Victor Moses
  • VIDEO: 12 monkeys die of cardiac arrest after tiger scare
  • Woman abandons baby, seeks divorce
  • Discontinue military operation in South-East, Ohanaeze tells FG
  • I’ll fight corruption better than Buhari, says Atiku
  • Jonathan believed Boko Haram was sponsored to remove him — Obasanjo
  • Police foil robbery, kill one, arrest two others
  • Auto crash: 14 people burn to death
  • Police arrest 16-year-old for alleged terrorism in Imo
  • OPC members abduct, torture prophet over missing N80,000
  • Search for food led to my re-arrest – Suspected ritual killer
  • DSS operatives brutalise journalists in Osun
  • Policeman kills final year poly student in Akwa Ibom
  • Communities demand relocation of oil firm headquarters
  • Anambra poll: APC panel grills Nwoye over Andy Uba’s petition
  • Court okays Melaye’s recall process, senator fumes
  • APC NWC fails to meet over Atiku
  • Enugu APC denies accord with PDP
  • Anambra governorship polls : PDP to hear appeals on Tuesday
  • Professor Olusola, wife kneel before Fayose, celebrate endorsement as Ekiti PDP governorship candidate
  • Buhari didn’t snub Gov Ganduje –Presidency insists
  • ICYMI: We can’t disclose our allowances – Senate
  • Govt generates N1.2bn in 12 months from alien cards
  • Arik share value already eroded – AMCON
  • FG, states need N700bn monthly for salaries, debt servicing – Osinbajo

(www.punchng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Policemen Cry Out Against Suspended Promotion Exam
  • Cult War In A-Ibom: PDP Chairmanship Aspirants Trade Blames
  • Lawyers’ Group Wants Senate To Address Issues Raised By Sagay
  • HURILAWS Threatens To Sue FG Over NNPC Appointments
  • CORONATION OF 21 KINGS: Olubadan Vows Not To Bless New ‘Obas’
  • Korea Vows To Boost Weapons Programmes After Sanctions
  • Emery Warns Five-Star PSG Can Only Get Better
  • IGBONLA SIX: Four Of Freed Students Resume Studies
  • Electoral Justice In Kenya And Nigeria
  • Nigeria’s Political Elite See Buhari As A Meal — Shehu Sani
  • CBN Reviews Limits On Mobile Money Transaction, Balance
  • Storm, As Army Sets Up Another Operation Python Dance In S-East
  • Apple IPhone X Malfunctions At Launch
  • Anambra Poll: Seven shortlisted for Obaze’s deputy
  • UNILAG Postpones Post-UTME Screening
  • Need For Emergency Shelters
  • Economic Downturn: Experts Suggest Ways For Youths Gainful Engagement
  • Operation Python Dance II: Abia Govt Slams 3-Day Curfew, Soldiers Apologise
  • Storm, as Army sets up another Operation Python Dance in S-East
  • Emery warns five-star PSG can only get better
  • Bale: I could celebrate against Tottenham
  • UCL: Salah doubtful for Liverpool’s showdown with Sevilla
  • Ronaldo’s return thrills Zidane
  • Anambra Poll: We see pendulum swinging towards Obiano — Onitsha medical dealers
  • My ambition won’t stop APC from unseating Okowa—Emerhor
  • Succour for Ukpakiri rural women as they get market stalls
  • Awka community boils as kingmakers insist on dethronement of monarch
  • Aba, Enugu residents groan over three months blackout
  • “We have nowhere to go” 10,000 inhabitants of demolished military barracks cry out
  • Anambra Poll: Nwoye promises N15,000 holiday jobs for students
  • Economic downturn: Experts suggest ways for youths gainful engagement
  • Elumelu at Chattam House blames low investment in Africa on negative perception
  • AFC, ICRC, others address infrastructure financing at FICAN confab
  • Oil price hits $54.25 p/b as OPEC predicts high demand, market stability

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Guardian

  • Many feared killed as soldiers lay siege to Nnamdi Kanu’s home
  • Buhari commissions $150 million feed mill in Kaduna
  • Discos blame government for rejection of allocated electricity
  • Messi’s double inspires Barca to Juventus revenge
  • Progress of Nigeria, others against poverty, disease in jeopardy, says report
  • IPOB members clash with Hausa community in Rivers
  • North Korea vows to boost weapons programmes after sanctions
  • Police arrest suspected killer of Imo priest in Lagos
  • Court remands Dike in prison, adjourns indefinitely
  • UNILAG postpones post-UTME screening
  • Presidency, NDDC plan departure from oil economy
  • ‘MCN’ lead five-star PSG past hapless Celtic
  • Fellaini gets Man United off the mark
  • Rampant Chelsea hit Qarabag for six
  • Thiago’s strike helps Bayern past 10-man Anderlecht
  • Mikel’s long passes can help Nigeria cage Zambia, says Adelabu
  • CHAN Eagles going for glory despite poor preparation, says coach Salisu Yusuf
  • Think before you share that picture
  • In Ibadan, we did not get the road map
  • Let’s talk about hate speech
  • Saraki explains National Assembly’s occasional differences with presidency
  • Why court refused to disqualify Buhari from contesting in 2015 – Auta
  • PDP denies alleged rift between Jonathan, Dickson
  • Shareholders worried about future of Oando
  • NSE’s indices slide further by 0.5 %
  • Building a better future with local solutions
  • 700m sub-Sahara Africans denied mobile Internet services
  • Operators lose 4m subscribers in one month
  • Stakeholders highlight Globacom’s contributions to digital Nigeria
  • Hollywood’s Rebel Wilson wins $3.6 million in defamation case
  • New York opens ‘temple’ to gay liberation icon Oscar Wilde
  • Freedom of expression… How artists can navigate boundaries of an intolerant world
  • ‘Judges, government officials, security agents involved in cultism’
  • Eight Ways to Overcome Your “Holiday Hangover”
  • Dietician warns against cooking ‘Moin-moin’ in nylons

(www.guardian.ng)       

 

ThisDay

  • Justice Auta Explains Why Judiciary Did Not Disqualify Buhari in 2015
  • Kachikwu: Nigeria Will Oppose Oil Output Cuts
  • AGF: Prosecution of Financial Crimes is Poor, Scope of Whistleblower Policy…
  • Leave South-east Within 48 Hours, Biafra, Zionist Federation Orders Military
  • States Netted N820.7bn in IGR in 2016
  • FG to Deploy 3,000 Agro-Rangers to Protect Cattle Ranches
  • FG Markets N100bn Sovereign Sukuk, Arouses Investors’ Interest
  • Melaye: INEC to Fix New Date for Recall Process
  • OPC Warns Buhari against Divisive Tendencies
  • NRC to Deploy Two New Locomotives for Abuja-Kaduna Train Service
  • WEF Ranks Nigeria 114th in Global Human Capital Index
  • 2019: It’s Buhari’s Individual Decision to Make, Says Shehu Sani
  • Ghana’s President Says Buhari’s Illness Made ECOWAS Leaders Anxious
  • FG Releases N2bn for Take off of Maritime Varsity in October
  • Report: Policy Inconsistency, Infrastructure Deficit, Bane of Manufacturing Sector
  • Floods Displace 10,000 People in Kogi
  • Passengers Arrested over Disruption of Air Peace Flight in Lagos
  • Senior Civil Servants Put off Strike
  • 72nd UN General Assembly: FG to Solicit Int’l Support for Release of Remaining Chibok…
  • BRIPAN to Help Govt Restore Confidence in Doing Business in Nigeria
  • FG Urged to Enforce Mining Regulations
  • Oil Pipeline Surveillance Contract: Ex-Edo Militant Leader Debunks Allegation of Funds Diversion
  • Tor Tiv Warns Against Diversion of Materials Meant for Benue IDPs
  • Police Parade Two Vigilantes, Others for Robbery, Rape
  • Explosion Rocks Enugu Artisan Market as Police Begin Investigation
  • ICPC Gets Acting Chairman as Ekpo Nta Bows Out
  • Director in Lagos State Civil Service Commits Suicide
  • Family Announces Justice Nwokedi’s Death
  • Abia Imposes Curfew on Aba After Soldiers, IPOB Clash
  • States Netted N820.7bn in IGR in 2016
  • NRC to Deploy Two New Locomotives for Abuja-Kaduna Train Service
  • Report: Policy Inconsistency, Infrastructure Deficit, Bane of Manufacturing Sector
  • BRIPAN to Help Govt Restore Confidence in Doing Business in Nigeria
  • Explosion Rocks Enugu Artisan Market as Police Begin Investigation
  • Ohanaeze Asks FG to End Military Harassment in S’East

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

The Nation

  • Four dead, 30 others injured in Sokoto auto-crash
  • 17b refund: NLC to name indicted governors
  • EFCC traces Abuja posh assets to Jonathan’s wife
  • Governor imposes curfew in Abia after soldiers/IPOB clash
  • Southeast senators, Ohanaeze, others urge restraint
  • IPOB: Lawyers disagree on soldiers’ deployment in Abia
  • Why Nigeria’ll resist oil cut, by Kachikwu
  • Confusion over IPOB/soldiers in Rivers
  • Anti-graft Agency boss urges youths to shun corruption
  • Nigeria’s annual maize demand hits eight million metric tones
  • 5m refugee children out-of-school – UN
  • Ikpeazu declares 3-day curfew in Aba
  • NNPC moves to safeguard pipelines
  • Champions League Ends with 28-Goal Thrillers
  • UNILAG postpones Post-UTME test
  • Unions shut down Kaduna State University
  • NASU, others begin indefinite strike
  • N145m scam delays Kogi Poly workers’ July salary
  • OAU 3.8million saga: How I was beaten, battered – VP
  • ASUU : Varsities to get N220bn within one month
  • LASU sacks ASUU leader, 16 others for alleged bribery, forgery, other offences
  • LASU dismisses ASUU chairman, 16 others for misconduct
  • Champions League Ends with 28-Goal Thrillers
  • WAFU Cup: Nigeria Face Mali in Group Stage Opener
  • Ronaldo’ll Beat Messi Mercilessly, says Boxing Champ Anthony Joshua
  • Falconets arrive Benin for Tanzania clash
  • HMO urges best professional practices
  • Nigeria may miss 2030 SDGs goal, UNICEF warns
  • Buhari, Atiku and 2019 calculations
  • ‘PDP government intimidating APC members in Gombe’
  • Anambra PDP battles chairman, secretary

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Tribune

  • PTDF inducts 195 MSC scholars
  • NGOs kick against proposed bill to regulate their activities
  • APC challenges Ladoja on Free Land Gift
  • bayelsa governor Henry-Seriake-Dickson
  • Financial constraint delayed LG polls in Bayelsa ―Dickson
  • Kwara state governor – Abdulfatah-Ahmed
  • Kwara Governor harps on positives of Islamic banking
  • N/Delta: Osinbajo tasks stakeholders to look inward for alternative to oil
  • Nigeria at 57: Presidency plans 400 hrs non-stop God’s praise
  • No plot to impeach house leadership or Dickson ―Bayelsa Speaker
  • Revert coronation of 21 Ibadan Obas, Council of Mogagis tell Oyo govt
  • Edo Leaders of Thought insists on one Nigeria, seeks definition for restructuring
  • Melaye: We will comply with court order —INEC
  • 10, 000 families displaced by flood in Kogi ―Bello
  • How Federal High Court resisted attempt to stop Buhari from contesting in 2015 ―Auta
  • If pilgrimage is not spiritual, there is no use for it —Rev Uja
  • Is Ibadan Art worthy of tourism attraction?
  • Ogun govt committed to cultural tourism —Amosun
  • At Geneva conference, stakeholders raise concerns on global arms trade
  • US Consulate, FSD offer follow-up training, support to emerging entrepreneurs
  • Over 500 dead as Congo cholera epidemic spreads —WHO
  • Four people killed as eye of Irma slams into Florida
  • Work commences on Imperial International Business City
  • Utilise coastal areas advantage for economic development, stakeholders tell Akeredolu
  • Experts identify absence of standardisation as bane of estate agency practice in Lagos
  • FG reiterates commitment to job creation for Nigerian youths
  • Diversification: Govt harps on workers’ efficiency, productivity
  • ‘We’ll boost tourism in FCT’
  • NITDA cancels 2016/2017 scholarship selection process
  • Nigeria to get over $4bn in technology transfer from India
  • NCC’s year of the consumer is recording success —Danbatta
  • Journalists praise Airtel for multimedia training workshop

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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