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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, October 03, 2017

The Sun

  • Digital Anambra guber: INEC to deploy e-tracking, 6200 smart card readers
  • Kalu to IPOB: Your words should be civil
  • People skipping breakfast risk heart attack – Study
  • NJC sacks Zamfara judge over N200, 000 bribe
  • Kanu’s whereabouts: IPOB lawyer hits Kalu
  • Army begins Operation Crocodile Smile II in South South Saturday
  • Nigeria’s suspension from EGMONT group, bad for anti-graft war –Dogara
  • Awka stands still as Obiano flags off re-election campaign
  • Gunman, 64, kills 58 at US music festival
  • Patience Jonathan petitions Buhari over EFCC
  • Man dies as his clothes catch fire while smoking
  • JUST IN: Trio win 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics
  • Kanu has no clear plan to push for secession -Ikoh
  • Bayelsa and PDP’s quest for Dickson’s successor
  • SERAP to CJN: Lift the ‘cloud’ hanging over Justice Salami Committee
  • Resident doctors commence indefinite strike in Kaduna
  • Banks adopt export as new ‘national anthem’
  • WiFi going, Chinese scientists out with LiFi
  • Many banks lure customers away from CBN funds –Mrs. Iranloye, Psaltery International boss
  • Mikel, 14 others swell Eagles’ camp
  • Russia 2018: FIFA fines Nigeria $31,000 over pitch invasion
  • IAAF announces 20 nominees for World Athlete of the Year awards
  • Patience Jonathan accuses EFCC of witch-hunt
  • Accident claims 1, injures 3 in Ogun – FRSC
  • Group urges Nigerians to resolve differences through constitutional means

(wwww.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Punch

  • Militia clashes kill 16 in eastern DR Congo
  • People skipping breakfast risk heart attack
  • Kenya university shut over protests
  • Bauchi female pilgrim left in Saudi Arabia over missing passport
  • High-profile cases: SERAP wants Justice Salami’s committee reviewed
  • $37.7m bowl sets Chinese ceramic auction record
  • Igbo man saved me during civil war —Lalong
  • Bangladesh rescues 20 Rohingya held by refugee racket gang
  • Echiejile, Etebo, others hit Uyo for Zambia
  • $24bn crude swap: Ex-PPMC boss to forfeit nine Dubai properties
  • Catalonia set for general strike over independence poll violence
  • Polygamy dating app draws criticism in Indonesia
  • Treat me as Jonathan treated Aisha, Patience tells Buhari
  • Rock legend, Tom Petty, dies at 66
  • I got N7,000 for participating in killing GUS winner – Suspect
  • Herbalist allegedly abducts, sells five-year-old for N60,000
  • Gunmen kill SUN newspaper man in Onitsha
  • ‘Las Vegas gunman, Stephen Paddock, was a retired accountant with no history of violence’
  • Driver jailed 12 years for defiling housekeeper
  • Seven arrested for assault at Asaba Shoprite
  • Ondo communities lament exclusion from survey
  • [PHOTOS] Policewoman breastfeeds suspect’s hungry baby outside the courtroom
  • [BREAKING] VIDEO: Las Vegas massacre an ‘act of pure evil,’ President Trump says
  • Restructuring’ll shape 2019 voting pattern, says Okupe
  • Obiano’s opponents only fit to be catechists – Soludo
  • 2019: S’East PDP endorses zoning of Presidency to North
  • Blood-thirsty politicians won’t succeed me —Dickson
  • Oyinlola advises Christians to join politics
  • Anambra poll: Ngige heads Nwoye’s campaign team
  • Nigeria’s problem are poverty, ignorance, not restructuring – Muiz Banire
  • Buhari confusing restructuring with break-up, says Afenifere
  • Dickson lampoons Bayelsa elites, condemns ‘desperate’ governorship aspirants
  • Consumers to pay N450,000 fine for meter bypass – NERC
  • Mistakes to avoid when obtaining mortgage loans
  • US buys $2.7bn Nigerian crude in six months
  • Banks cut lending, opt for investment in securities
  • Dangote denies tax holiday for Apapa road construction
  • MTN disputes ruling on N4.83bn employee compensation
  • Thief congratulates police for catching him
  • US probes North Korea’s willingness to talk
  • Angry reactions greet Okorocha’s N5.5m birthday gift to Nigerians
  • How To Play The American Lotteries Online?

(www.punchng.com)

 

Guardian

  • How to expand Nigeria’s debt capital market – Experts
  • Experts urge refineries’ sale as government seeks N342.72b for repair
  • NJC sets up panel to probe two chief judges, 13 others
  • General Motors targets 20 all-electric models by 2023
  • Spain in crisis after police violence in Catalan vote
  • Resident doctors on strike to protest ‘sorry state’ of healthcare in Kaduna
  • EU’s Barnier says Brexit progress insufficient
  • Myanmar to take back Rohingya from latest influxes only
  • Kenya university shut over protests
  • Patience Jonathan accuses EFCC of witch hunt
  • Kukah, Utomi, others caution against violent reaction to agitations
  • Injured Bale out of Wales World Cup qualifiers
  • Give us hungrier players against Zambians, Nwosu tells Rohr
  • Edo Boy retains ABU title at GOtv Boxing Night 12
  • Super Eagles dismiss Chipolopolo’s boasts, begin full training in Uyo
  • We are coming for war, says Zambia’s vice captain, Ziyo Tembo
  • Lukaku denies Beverly Hills party charge
  • TCN calls for increase in electricity tariff
  • Firm unveils solution to curb ATMs cash withdrawal challenges
  • Stakeholders bemoan low insurance penetration in Nigeria
  • Nigerian election as basis for political struggle
  • Does Buhari have it?
  • Ekiti: Time to roll up our sleeves
  • Southeast PDP supports zoning presidency to North
  • On restructuring, there shouldn’t be any controversy, says Nwabueze
  • Nigeria will soon reinvent itself, says Masari
  • Lawyers in media task members on Nigeria’s regulatory framework
  • Declare state of emergency in judiciary, Access to Justice urges CJN
  • ‘Nigeria’s intellectual property laws not suited for emerging commercial and technological development’
  • ‘Kingsman’ narrowly edges out freaky ‘It’ at weekend box office
  • Dance association holds fifth national conference
  • ‘black-ish’ debuts season four with a ‘Hamilton’ homage
  • Marine policemen allegedly kill boat operator for refusing to give bribe
  • Kendall Jenner cries over Pepsi Advert Controversy

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • 58 Killed, Over 500 Injured in Deadliest US Shooting
  • FG Set to Release Second Tranche of Capital Budget
  • Obasanjo to Make Acting Debut in Comedy Skit
  • Former Kaduna Military Governor, Mohammed Dies at 73
  • TSA: FG Commences Enforcement of GIFMIS for Revenue Collection
  • Dangote: Rumour of 10-year Tax Holiday Granted Me Preposterous, Untrue
  • Kukah, Enelamah, Adeniyi, Others Warn Nigeria is on Dangerous Precipice
  • Army Commences Operation Crocodile Smile II in South-South
  • Patience Jonathan Petitions Buhari, Asks Him to Call Magu to Order
  • PPPRA Begins Sack of Workers Employed Within Last Seven Years
  • Buhari Has Endorsed Me for Second Term, Says El-Rufai
  • IFC Urges Nigeria to Deepen Capital Market
  • Labour Calls for Immediate Review of Minimum Wage
  • Ekweremadu Reiterates Advocacy for Single Term, LG, State Assemblies’ Autonomy
  • Obaseki Calls for Synergy, Tact to Sell Nigerian Art, Culture to Foreigners
  • Rights Group Threatens to Occupy UK Embassy If Kanu is Not Extradited
  • FG Grants Newly Launched Pay TV Platform, TSTV Tax Holiday
  • Jonathan Puts Africa in Spotlight at Rhodes Forum in Greece
  • Robbers kill Sun newspaper man in Onitsha
  • Buhari Should Implement 2014 Confab Report, Says Prof. Turaki
  • Don’t Insult Buhari, Other APC Leaders, Umahi Advises Party Members
  • Edo Pensioners Get N212m, LGs N2.87bn in September
  • Ex-lawmaker Rehabilitates Deplorable Delta-Edo Road
  • FG Set to Release Second Tranche of Capital Budget
  • Obasanjo to Make Acting Debut in Comedy Skit
  • Former Kaduna Military Governor, Mohammed Dies at 73
  • TSA: FG Commences Enforcement of GIFMIS for Revenue Collection
  • Dangote: Rumour of 10-year Tax Holiday Granted Me Preposterous, Untrue
  • Kukah, Enelamah, Adeniyi, Others Warn Nigeria is on Dangerous Precipice
  • NJC Sets up Panels to Probe 15 Judges for Corruption

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • Aisha Buhari, Ayade, Eletu-Odibo, Alakija, Sanusi, others to bag FACE HONORS Awards In Washington DC
  • Let’s join hands to build a greater nation —KOK
  • 2019: Southeast PDP backs zoning of President to North
  • Milk and the growing ‘more’ trend
  • Buhari eulogises late Kaduna military administrator
  • 200 children pray for Nigeria in Ibadan
  • Baptist church members lock out pastor over alleged embezzlement
  • Obaseki calls for synergy, tact to sell Nigerian art, culture to foreigners
  • Nigeria’s problems not caused by religion, ethnicity —Adeniyi, Yar’Adua’s spokesman
  • Accrued pension rights: Lagos disbursed N711m to 287 retirees in Sept
  • Ondo communities protest exclusion from Ondo/Ogun inter-state boundary
  • RSG tasks FGN to declare state of emergency on East West road
  • Restructuring: Eshew violence, follow dictates of law, youth group charges agitators
  • Catalonia referendum result plunges Spain into political crisis
  • At least 50 dead, more than 400 hurt in Las Vegas concert attack
  • Under pressure, PM May says she can steer Britain through Brexit
  • Two killed as attacker shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ slits woman’s throat, stabs another at Marseille station
  • Stakeholders call for harmonisation of custom charges on agric machineries
  • FG told to encourage youth on farming
  • Agricultural production: 7 communities to get N21m compensation in Ogun
  • USAID, Africa lead seek women participation in Agribusiness
  • Pan African conference on IFFs, taxation holds in Nairobi
  • Why medical workers suspend strike in principle —JOHESU chairman
  • Strike: JOHESU condemns assault on members
  • ITU Telecom World 2017: Challenging Nigeria on the 5G evolution
  • NOTAP saves N192bn through local content inclusion in ICT —DG
  • Our primary focus is to protect telecoms subscribers —NCC
  • itel fetes North-West with educational supports, kicks-off in Kano
  • Hussaini, cancer researcher for Pharmacy Academy’s investiture
  • FG to enroll 50,000 HIV/AIDS patients for treatment annually
  • Our health insurance is to prevent premature deaths
  • Sokoto State Governor, Aminu Tambuwal
  • FG, Sokoto sign MoU to improve healthcare services

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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