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Naija.fm Newspaper Review – 12 July 2017

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Naija.fm Newspaper Review – 12 July 2017

You can’t afford to read the entire news? Don’t worry, we bring you headlines from some top newspapers. Now you can stay informed with ease.

Punch

Naija.fm Newspaper Review - 12 July 2017

  • Osinbajo flies to London on Buhari’s invitation
  • Mother sells two-month old baby, buys motorcycle
  • Fraud suspects not our employees, says MTN
  • Osun by-election: INEC gives certificate of return to Adeleke
  • Osinbajo okays 19 judges for NIC
  • Wearing hijab makes it easy for me to rob — Suspect
  • Court remands APC chieftain, Diekola, six others in prison
  • PDP crisis: Ex-ministers mobilise leaders as Supreme Court delivers judgment today
  • Patients lament breakdown of CT machine in UCH
  • CRK, IRK: New curriculum violates constitution, says House of Reps
  • Reps give Osinbajo one-week ultimatum to swear in ministers
  • Agitation: It’s time for honest dialogue, Abdulsalami’s committee tells FG
  • I was misunderstood on disagreement with N’Assembly – Fashola
  • We’re blocking loopholes allowing corruption to thrive – Udoma
  • NAICOM to sanction insurance firms for rate-cutting
  • Ekiti assembly suspends lawmaker for demanding Fayose’s resignation
  • Oba Akiolu was chosen by Ifa oracle – Witness
  • Power firm managers jailed for contempt
  • Okorocha stops Imo monarchs from speaking English at functions
  • Landlord shoots tenant dead in Abia
  • NAF redeploys 58 officers
  • Dangote to invest $4.6bn in agriculture
  • Ikorodu lynching: A descent into barbarism
  • Oil thieves bag 20 years, weep in court
  • Profitability of snail farming for smallholders
  • The economy is too harsh
  • Lawyer accused of assaulting VIO officer
  • Pension board probes 200 fraud cases in Niger
  • Smart ways to protect your mobile device
  • Nigeria’s corporate governance remuneration structure weak – Report

For more; visit www.punchng.com

 

Vanguard

Naija.fm Newspaper Review - 12 July 2017

  • Our case against Suswam by Ortom
  • NFF to visit ailing Ikeme in London
  • Pro-Biafra groups disagree with Kanu, insist on holding Anambra gov election on Nov 18
  • APGA crisis: Join me to rebuild our party, Agbaso tells Obiano
  • Customs, NPA, NIMASA, others lose over N5bn
  • Rangers Int’l Football Club (2): The Biafran Army versus the Nigerian Army
  • JUDGE RECALLED BY NJC: Court grants Justice Fishim bail on self recognition
  • Obi wants S/S, S/E leaders’ meeting sustained for political devt
  • ERGP: Udoma seeks active participation of OPS in implementation
  • Refund N46m to FG coffers within 40 days, Reps tell OhoCSF staff
  • Issues in restoration of Port Concession Agreement
  • FG pledges additional $4.3m for procurement of contraceptives
  • ETISALAT: Is name change possible in three weeks?
  • Nigeria’ll be self sufficient in rice production by Nov – Ogbeh
  • Crisis looms in Warri, environs over threat on Ijaw, IOCs — WIPMG
  • Algeria to take Eagles to Constantine
  • Lagos flood as a failure of governance

For details; visit www.vanguardngr.com

 

Leadership

Naija.fm Newspaper Review - 12 July 2017

  • Hyenas, Jackals Will Soon Be Sent Out Of My Husband’s Kingdom – Aisha Buhari
  • $1.2bn Debt: Etisalat Pulls Out Of Nigeria
  • Apex Court Affirms Obaseki As Edo Governor
  • Osinbajo Gives 2-week Ultimatum On Ilorin-Mokwa-Jebba Bridge
  • Melaye’s Recall: Kogi Govt Slams Ekweremadu
  • S’Court Verdict: Anxiety Throws PDP Camps In Disarray

For details; visit www.leadership.ng

 

The Sun

Naija.fm Newspaper Review - 12 July 2017

  • Niger flood death toll rises to 15, many missing
  • Executive, NASS mean well on 2017 budget –Fashola
  • JAMB commences sale of direct entry, foreign UTME forms
  • Anambra guber: Incumbency factor has been demystified –Moghalu
  • Confusion engulfs Enugu APC
  • 4 years not forever, Ize-Iyamu tells PDP members
  • N’Assembly urged to review 2017 crude benchmark
  • Economy to rebound in 18 months –FG
  • …Explains low 2017 Agric sector budget

For details; visit www.sunnewsonline.com

 

Daily Trust

Naija.fm Newspaper Review - 12 July 2017

  • Wrong political education
  • Gov Lalong’s support galvanizes Plateau Utd — Boboye
  • First Bank maintain impressive run at Zenith Women B’ball League
  • Real’s Rodriguez joins Bayern on two-year loan
  • Kittel win Tour de France fourth stage, Froome retains overall lead
  • I will invite more players to CHAN camp, says Yusuf
  • B/Haram: Sen. Kyari’s unwarranted phobia
  • Starving Nigerian refugees in Cameroon
  • Quit notice: Igbo will only leave if asked by serious people — Orji Kalu
  • Executive should lobby to have its way — Kwankwaso
  • The dangerous roads to Zhidu community
  • Our strategies to improve environmental performance – CNL
  • Ogun embarks on tree planting in urban areas
  • Lawmaker evacuates 10-year refuse from Anambra dump
  • FG to review Environmental Impact Assessment Act
  • Lafarge Africa trains construction artisans in cement application
  • Power: Payments by 9 DisCos below 50%
  • FG to build truck transit parks
  • Furore trails 5% passengers’ charge for AIB
  • Police arraign 2 men for stealing phone, laptop

For details; visit www.dailytrust.com.ng

 

Daily Post

Naija.fm Newspaper Review - 12 July 2017

  • Dino Melaye: Kogi government blasts Ekweremadu
  • Boy murdered by cultists in Bayelsa not a cadet officer – NDA
  • 16 dead as military plane crashes
  • Osun West by-election: Senator Adeleke reveals why he dumped APC
  • Kogi Governor, Bello feeding the public with lies – PDP
  • 52 repentant Boko Haram terrorists undergo rehabilitation programme [PHOTO]
  • Ogbeh bemoans moribund state of Ikere Dam 35 years after
  • BREAKING: Boko Haram: Multiple explosions rock Maiduguri

For details; visit www.dailypost.ng

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