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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, November 23, 2017

Guardian

  • New regulation threatens N466b power sector loans
  • 30 applicants lose job offers after testing positive to drugs
  • Virtual pipelines to solve infrastructural challenges in gas sector, says Joe-Ezigbo
  • ‘Butcher of Bosnia’ found guilty of genocide, jailed for life
  • Ousted NFF committee chairman’s, Pinnick’s face-off deepens
  • US lawmaker apologizes for sexually explicit photo
  • Army officer arrested for journalist’s murder
  • No automatic ticket for Buhari in 2019, says Tinubu
  • Oyo police arrest 22 armed robbers, ritualists, others
  • Why 2018 budget may not be passed before January, by Senate
  • Federal Government loses N3tr to illegal gold, lead mining, others
  • Loew rates Morocco higher than Nigeria
  • Barca, Chelsea reach last 16 as Man Utd lose
  • Nigeria begins sale of FIFA hospitality packages
  • Team Muller to meet Offikwu/Civil Defence in NCC Tennis League final
  • ‘We’ll use Aces Solid Sports Boxing Promotion to launch our career’
  • More teams make Zenith/Delta Principals Cup zonal qualifiers
  • Facebook launches Nigeria initiative to drive innovation, growth
  • FG unveils one-stop shop for MSMEs development, ease of doing business
  • ‘Our goal is to help SMEs scale-up, end cycle of poverty in Nigeria’
  • Tribe and tongue in Nigeria: From detribalisation to retribalisation
  • End of the road for Mugabe
  • Ekwueme: A cultured man takes a bow
  • Olafeso insists he is PDP Southwest chairman
  • APC needs smart politics to win Delta State, says Emerhor
  • PDP disowns Makarfi’s alleged presidential ambition, says peace accord not enforcible
  • Runtown Brings “Energy” On New Song
  • The Most Iconic Looks From Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show
  • 10 Ways To Relieve Stress Easily
  • Why HIV, malaria, TB are ‘untreatable,’ by WHO
  • Half of cancer deaths driven by bad habits, researchers find
  • Committing to 2020 target for pharmaceutical grade corn-starch
  • Workers drag tobacco firm to industrial court in Ibadan over alleged inhuman treatment
  • Challenges, prospects of public policy formulation and security
  • Nigeria’s knowledge sector and its poor share of national budget

(www.guardian.ng)       

 

The Nation

  • VC calls for improved girl-child enrollment in public schools
  • Mugabe granted immunity as part of resignation deal – sources
  • Wike pledges support for African beauty queens
  • VAT records 1.73% increase in third quarter – NBS
  • I remain South-West PDP chairman, says Olafeso
  • 124 illegal migrants repatriated from Libya – Official
  • AfDB to invest $12bn in power sector in Africa in 4 years – Adesina
  • N17bn Otukpo multipurpose dam project abandoned after full payment
  • Sokoto to promote public-private partnerships Agriculture – Tambuwal
  • CSKA Moscow earn first home win, end Benfica’s hope
  • Facebook to train 50,000 Nigerian SMEs in 2018
  • Violent protests break out at university after student suicide
  • Okorocha supports FG’s housing programme
  • Why I joined APC now- Ojukwu
  • Oba of Benin makes historic visit to Abuja
  • Boko Haram: CDS in Northeast as governor visits victims
  • Buhari orders audit of recovered assets within one month
  • 2019: Buhari will follow due process, says Tinubu
  • Northcentral governors, leaders urge Buhari to contest in 2019
  • Senate seeks new security design to end killings
  • ‘Over N73b paid to FCT contractors’
  • A governor recalls his motor park days
  • When your partner stalks you
  • 7 tips for coping with a paranoid partner
  • Pregnant at 19, Married at 20, Separated at 23

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Vanguard

  • Mugabe To Negotiators: I Want To Die In Zimbabwe Not In Exile – Govt. Source
  • Chairmanship: I’m A Crisis Manager, Able To Lead PDP – Daniel
  • UNDP Constructs 300 Houses For IDPs In Borno
  • Google Admits Collecting Android Users’ Locations Even When Devices Are Disabled
  • Gowon, 5,000 Nigerians To Hold Thanksgiving For Buhari, Nigeria, 2018 World Cup Qualification
  • Mugabe Granted Immunity As Part Of Resignation Deal: Sources
  • Nigeria Drop 9 Places In Latest FIFA Ranking, Now 50th In World
  • ‎We’ll Use Sports To Curb Secessionist Threats, Youth Restiveness – APC, Govs
  • UN Roadmap Faces Deadlock After Rejected By Libyan Higher Council Of State
  • Oba Of Benin Makes Historic Visit To Abuja
  • Africa Accounts For 37% Of Global Aviation Fatalities, Says AfDB
  • I Remain South-West PDP Chairman, Says Olafeso
  • Governor Wike Pledges Support For African Beauty Queens
  • Cambodian PM Suggests ‘Death’ For Protesting Opposition Leaders
  • Former First Lady Nana Konadu Rawlings On Forbes Woman Africa “Against The Odds With Peace Hyde”
  • Give Children Hope To Live Tomorrow
  • Nigerian Children Look Forward To A Secured Future
  • PDP regaining presidency in 2019 my priority — Jonathan
  • Ekpenyong has no hand $2.1bn arms deal — SOURCE
  • The worst is over — Buhari
  • Never again will wanton stealing be allowed in Nigeria – Buhari
  • Senate to probe clash between DSS, EFCC over arrest of Ex-DSS, NIA Chiefs
  • Tinubu rules out automatic ticket for President Buhari in 2019
  • ‘After drinking pap with human parts, spirits’ll bring us money’
  • Nigeria drop 9 places in latest FIFA Ranking, now 50th in world
  • ‎We’ll use sports to curb secessionist threats, youth restiveness – APC, Govs
  • Eagles to play 5 more friendlies before storming Russia
  • Angola grabs Nigeria’s coach

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • Zimbabwe grants Mugabe immunity
  • AfDB to invest $12bn in Africa’s power sector
  • New Zealand coach quits after missing World Cup spot
  • Griezmann gives Atletico power of positive thinking
  • Zimbabwe’s next leader prepares to take power
  • Publishing industry vital to quality education in Africa – WIPO
  • Army officer arrested for Indian journalist’s murder
  • EFCC/DSS clash: Sagay, Falana berate DSS for stopping Ekpeyong, Oke’s arrest
  • One million premature babies die annually’
  • Facebook to open Nigerian hub next year
  • Killing: Police file charges against ex-PDP chair son’s wife
  • Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa prepares to take power
  • Apapa: LASG removes vehicles parked by roadsides
  • Should President Buhari attach portfolio to the list of ministerial nominees?
  • Non-indigenes won’t succeed me, says Amosun
  • EFCC/DSS clash: Sagay, Falana berate DSS for stopping Ekpeyong, Oke’s arrest
  • Tinubu visits Afenirere leader, says no automatic ticket for Buhari
  • Killing: Police file charges against ex-PDP chair son’s wife
  • One dies as commercial vehicle collides with truck
  • ‘Pastor’ hypnotises, detains students for years in Ogun
  • Security man found dead in front of workplace
  • Fire guts Warri market, consumes 500 shops
  • Unpaid pensions: Protest over retired headmaster’s suicide
  • NDLEA nabs mother of seven with 40kg cannabis
  • Aregbesola, pensioners trade blames as headmaster commits suicide over unpaid gratuity
  • Pastor dies during sex with 19-year-old girl
  • INEC gives Obiano certificate of return
  • FG seeks amendment to Police Act
  • We’ll take decision on Kashamu soon, says PDP
  • Ex-AGF, Bayo Ojo, gets Law Digest lifetime achievement award
  • Senate probes alleged EFCC, DSS, NIA feud
  • Reps committee to probe alleged missing $60bn petroleum profit tax
  • Anambra election: Obiano receives Certificate Of Return
  • Buhari, Osinbajo, ministers honour Ekwueme

(www.punchng.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Tinubu: APC Has Not Endorsed Anyone for 2019 Presidential Ticket
  • Address Fiscal Challenges, Despite GDP Growth, World Bank Tells Nigeria
  • Apple Sells MekaMons Robots Built by Nigerian-British Engineer
  • Fidelity Bank Partners Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs on Youth Empowerment Nume Ekeghe
  • AfDB Portfolio in Nigeria over $6bn, Says Adesina
  • Mubi Bombing: IG Places CPs, AIGS on Red Alert
  • PDP Denies Makarfi’s Presidential Ambition
  • Police File Murder Charges against Wife for Alleged Murder of Ex-PDP Chair’s Son
  • Anambra Govt Plans Befitting Burial for Ekwueme
  • Maina: Again, Senate C’ttee Meets Malami Behind Closed Doors
  • UNDP, NHRC Release Report on Humanitarian Crisis in N’East
  • Obiano Receives Certificate of Return
  • Lai Mohammed: All Votes will Count in 2019
  • Lasun: FG Aware Oil Output in 2018 Budget Not Realisable House to meet…
  • Northern Youths Ask FG to Tell the Truth about Boko Haram
  • Court Orders FG to Reinstate Ex-NEMA Spokesperson Four Years After Retirement
  • Nigeria Loses $9bn to Illegal Mining in Two Years
  • Otti Vows to Unleash Obiano Tsunami on Abia as APGA Faithful Celebrate
  • Senate to Review National Security Infrastructure
  • Lagos General Hospitals Prepare to Manage Outbreak of Deadly Viral Infections
  • Tambuwal: It’s Premature to Talk About 2019, Says Politicians Distracting Governance
  • Senate Orders Reinstatement of Dismissed Colonel
  • Gridlock: Lagos Begins Evacuation of Articulated Vehicles on Apapa- Oshodi Expressway
  • Army Orders Personnel to Learn Three Major Nigerian Languages
  • Medical Personnel in UCTH Warned against Private Practice
  • Police Nab Fake Lawyer in Minna
  • Prosecution Declares Witness Hostile in N3.1bn Fraud Trial Against Suswam
  • Performance of APC in Anambra Poll Satisfactory, Says Oyegun
  • Senior Lawyer: Stopping EFCC from Arresting Oke, Ekpeyong Illegal
  • FG: Why National Carrier Being Delayed
  • Babangida Commends Governor Wike for Working to Rebuild PDP
  • I Cannot Disregard My State Governor, Senator Abe Tells Critics
  • PENGASSAN Backs NNPC to Restore Refineries, Discover Oil in New Basins
  • Farmers Laud CBN for Reducing Rice Importation
  • Nigerian Stock Exchange Bullish on Exchange Traded Derivatives Market
  • PwC: Structural Reforms, Political Risk Management Crucial to Nigeria’s Economic Growth
  • Again Telcos Express Concern over Multiple Taxes

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

The Sun

  • EFCC releases ex-SGF, Anyim Pius Anyim, passport seized
  • Obiano, deputy receive certificates of return
  • Gridlock: Lagos begins evacuation of articulated vehicles at Apapa
  • PDP must take back power in 2019 –Jonathan
  • IBB commends Wike for working to rebuild PDP
  • 2019: Atiku set to dump APC for PDP
  • No going back on Oke, Ekpeyong’s arrest –Magu
  • Sickle cell anaemia: Pains without end
  • Interswitch appoints Olisa as Chairman
  • Engage govt-approved waste vendors, Ogun tells firms
  • Anambra guber: Money exchanged hands, NBA alleges
  • UNDP constructs 300 houses for Borno IDPs
  • BREAKING: Obanikoro to officially defect to APC weekend
  • 17 books everyone should read, according to Bill Gates
  • VAT records 1.73 % increase in third quarter – NBS
  • Lagos police command gets new PRO
  • Myanmar, Bangladesh sign Rohingya return deal
  • Kuwait’s Emir leaves hospital after successful medical tests
  • PDP chairmanship: Bode George woos Delta delegates
  • 2019: Group endorses Adeola as Ogun West guber candidate
  • Anambra guber: Buhari, Obaseki congratulate Obiano, laud electoral reforms
  • Reps probe alleged missing $60bn petroleum profit tax revenue
  • 11 PFIs fail DBN loan eligibility criteria
  • AfDB grows Nigerian portfolio to $6bn
  • Russia 2018 : German coach writes off Nigeria, tips Morocco
  • Match Hospitality appoints Integral official sales agent in Nigeria for Russia 2018
  • Federation to popularise cycling in Nigeria

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Tribune

  • Obanikoro finally dumps PDP for APC
  • Osinbajo inaugurates National Council on Nutrition
  • Successful conduct of Anambra poll shows IPOB is dead ―Lai Mohammed
  • Again, retirees protest in Osun, demand payment of gratuities
  • Without public servants govt policies and programmes would fail ―Dickson
  • 2018 budget: Drama as reps debate MTEF
  • Action against Kashamu coming soon ―PDP
  • CBN loans: Fayose reads riot act to M/finance banks over discrepancies
  • Foundation commences medical treatment for 50,000 indigent people in Osun
  • 2019: No “foreigner” will succeed me ―Amosun
  • No sacrifice is too big to attain peace ―Jonathan
  • Again, fire destroys 500 stores in Ogbe-Ijoh market in Warri
  • Buhari orders military crackdown on banditry in Zamfara
  • FG seeks to review high taxes on airlines ―Aviation Minister
  • I’ll return PDP’s lost glory ―Daniel
  • Kogi grants scholarship to medical students
  • It’s an error to charge disconnected electricity customers ―AEDC
  • NAFDAC, NBMA sign MoU on regulation of GMOs
  • FG committed to reducing NOMA disease —Minister
  • ‘Road accidents, still the commonest cause of emergency in Nigeria’
  • Hurdles before effective health insurance — AGPMPN
  • NCDC launches five-year plan on disease control
  • Aftermath of Mugabe: World leaders, Zimbabweans express mixed feelings
  • US warns citizens against travelling to Saudi Arabia
  • US warns citizens against travelling to Saudi Arabia
  • Robert Mugabe resigns: World reaction
  • After 37 years in power: Mugabe in the eye of the storm
  • Zimbabwe: Sacked VP, Mmangagwa, to take over until elections in 2018
  • FG unfolds plan for rehabilitation of eastern roads, others before Yuletide
  • Engineers urge members to participate in politics
  • Real estate firm to help FG bridge 18 million housing deficit by 2030
  • Lagos surveyors alert residents to fake survey plans in circulation
  • FG to support state governments on capacity building for workers
  • NANS canvasses support for Nigeria police
  • FG launches national family planning communication plan
  • FG to establish oil, gas equipment machinery development institute in Bayelsa
  • Nigeria will soon produce Noble Laureate in sciences —Onu

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

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