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HEADLINES FROM NIGERIA’S MAJOR NEWSPAPERS 10 JANUARY

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  • Ekiti varsity recalls 363 sacked workers
  • Agony as applicants besiege NIN registration centres
  • Court sentences NCAC DG for Contempt
  • Ile-Arugbo: Court fixes January 15 for the hearing motion of notice

DAILY TRUST

  • Firm builds youth empathy with story exchange
  • 600 rice farmers to commence dry season farming in FCT
  • Alleged membership of unlawful society lands musician in the court
  • Lalong visits attacked village, sues for peace

VANGUARD

  • Lebanon Bans Ghosn from Foreign Travel
  • Breaking: US House Votes to Curb Trump’s Military Action Against Iran
  • FG Reconstitutes New Board of CAC , Appoints Chairman

LEADERSHIP

  • Selection of Mbah as Igwe elect  of Oruku Community ‘Falsehood’
  • 15 Gas Stations shut Down in Ebonyi

PUNCH

  • Policeman slit my throat after knocking me down-Man
  • Navy arrests suspected pirates, rescues abducted Russians, Indians
  • Suspected cultists attack Lagos make-up Artist, two arrested
  • Power generation hits 4,898.2MW- Don’t revoke our licenses, Disco beg NERC

THISDAY

  • EKSUTH Workers to commence Strike ON Monday over sacked Colleagues
  • Benue Police arrest 10 Herdsmen for Open Grazing
  • Visa on Arrival: Compromise on Security?
  • Nigeria Ranked 110 in Global Logistics

TELEGRAPH

  • Telecoms: Nigerians Activate 10m lines in 1 month
  • Ohanaeze hails Miyetti Allah over the ban of night grazing
  • Parents beat teenage girl to death for dating Yoruba boy
  • Save me, cries lady sold to slavery in Lebanon
  • Abia LGA Chairman slumps die during a meeting
  • Dangote moves to purchase 10,000 trucks from Indonesia

 

 

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HEADLINES FROM NIGERIA’S MAJOR NEWSPAPERS JANUARY 17, 2020

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  • Ex- EFCC Chief  Farida Waziri’s New Revelation
  • Closing Gaps in the fight against Malaria
  • Universities urged to lead Agric innovation in Africa
  • FCT, Abuja Council fight dirty over tax money

DAILY TRUST

  • PDP to CJN: Rescue yourself in Bauchi, Sokoto, other gov’ship appeals
  • First Woman Muslim Chaplain Commissioned in the US
  • Awo, Fela’s Statues Not Destroyed-Lagos govt
  • Ex-Speaker builds N9m Clinic for his Community

VANGUARD

  • Lebanon Releases Protesters, Amnesty Slams ‘arbitrary Arrests’
  • Trump predicts Senate Trial ‘should Go Very Quickly’
  • Strike Suspended At Mandela’s Prison Museum in South Africa
  • PUNCH
  • Imo govt judgement: Supreme Cour heavily Compromised, has lost credibility,alleges PDP
  • James signs new five-year Chelseal Deal
  • Adekuoroye wins Gold in Rome
  • U-23Players owed $13,500 each by NFF

TELEGRAPH

  • Increase in Teacher-Pupil Ratio’ll boost Quality Education-BMO
  • Ondo: Patients shut down hospital, chase away Personnel
  • Father of 11-year old- boy whose hand was cut off dies
  • Over 1.4m Corp Members benefitted from skill acquisition-NYSC

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HEADLINES FROM NIGERIA’S MAJOR NEWSPAPERS JANUARY 16

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  • Students’ Performance to determine teachers Promotion in Oyo
  • Uzodinma orders Probe of Ohakim, Okorocha , Ihedioha
  • 7.5% VAT rate has taken off, says AGF
  • US, China reset trade relationship with Phase 1 deal

Don’t close low-cost schools, Rivers govt. urged

  • Another OAU lecturer accused of sexual misconduct
  • How to Maximize Nigeria’s huge gas resources

DAILY TRUST

  • Police arraign suspect for allegedly receiving stolen cars
  • Customs intercepts 1,500 jerry-cans of diesel,  1,185 bags of rice, others worth N67m in Lagos, Ogun
  • Ekiti Lawmaker empowers 300 women with start-up cash
  • APC seeks NJC intervention in the alleged manipulation of Rivers’ chapter’s court cases
  • Niger to commence payment of minimum wage in January
  •  A journalist was beaten to death in Adamawa
  • Tokyo 2020: NOC plans seminar for aerobics instructor

LEADERSHIP

  • Nigeria Will Not Witness Another Civil War-PMB
  • UAE To Invest in Nigeria’s Petroleum Sector
  • Tony Elumelu donates Technology Centre To AAU
  • Minister Tasks Movie Industry On Advocacy Against Child Marriage
  • Mass Communication And Unbundling In The Eyes Of Stakeholders

VANGUARD

  •  Amotekun: Malami lacks Power To Ban It -Makinde
  • Islamic State Replaces Al-Queda As Enemy No 1 In Sahel
  • Relief As Rain Falls Over Australian Bushfires

PUNCH

  • Amotekun; Govs. to meet Buhari as Soyinka, Agbakoba, others lampoon AGF
  • Ms. Buhari and Presidential jet adventure
  • Buhari, Osinbajo, Gbajabiamila Eulogise Fallen Heroes

TELEGRAPH

  • US -Iran Conflict as a threat to World Peace
  • IMC: N1.3trn Contracts ‘Fraudulently’ Awarded in NDDC
  • Sanwo-Olu To Empowe Widows of Fallen Heroes
  • Two men arraigned for defiling Minor
  • Kwara: 18 held for murder, kidnapping, land-grabbing
  • A student cries in Court on seeing alleged defiler
  • Dell launches 5G enabled PCs
  • SEC to strengthen ties with ICPC
  • NIWA flays encroachment on waterways
  • Oil drops on doubts over demand boost from US-China trade deal
  • NANS Chides Malami, backs govs on Amotekun

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HEADLINES FROM NIGERIA’S MAJOR NEWSPAPERS JANUARY , 14

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  • FED Govt. mobilizes against ‘importation’ of disease from China\
  • Operation Amotekun -a fulfillment of people’s yearnings says Soyinka
  • Accountant jailed for defrauding church

DAILY TRUST

  • APC National secretary to emerge February
  • 2023: Are Atiku, Tinubu in secret moves to float 3rd force?
  • Labour issues Kebbi govt. ultimatum on salary adjustment

VANGUARD

  • I  Was Never Arrested By Police For  Fake Miracle-Akure based CAC Pastor
  • AfDB’s Investment Lending Increases To $2bn In 10 Years
  • Begovic Replaces Reina At C Milan

PUNCH

  • Court threatens to jail Emefiele over $53m debt
  • ASSU moves to take a final decision on IPPIS
  • Clubbing kings don’t deserve respect, says Alaafin

 

 

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