Naija Gist Newspaper Review – 19 July 2017

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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 Newspaper Review - 19 July 2017

  • LASG to connect Ikorodu with Lagos-Ibadan Expressway
  • Adeleke secures release of 200 prison inmates
  • CJ assigns suit on Buhari’s health to judge
  • Stop giving babies water, govt tells mothers
  • NHIS boss ran agency like his private enterprise — HMCAN
  • Paris Club refund: States get N243.7bn
  • Nasarawa police rescue director, others from kidnappers’ den
  • Sheriff: PDP orders Makarfi to raise disciplinary panel
  • Scores feared dead in fresh Southern Kaduna clashes
  • Sanchez not for sale — Wenger
  • We won’t miss Rooney, say United’s Nigerian fans
  • Lagos Assembly loses lawmaker
  • Ife varsity fraud: Students’ protests shameful
  • Policemen chain suspect to generator over ATM card
  • Ogun doctor detains grieving mother after death of newborn twins
  • We were brainwashed, say repentant Boko Haram terrorists
  • The Nigerian zoo story
  • Nigeria’s oil revenue savings among lowest globally – NEITI
  • Police nab man who stabbed son in neck, stomach
  • Nursing student injured in Makurdi gas explosion
  • What should FG do to insulate economy from oil price volatility?
  • 5m debt: Yari has ruined my company, says German
  • Understanding infertility in humans (2)
  • Constituents demand Banire’s expulsion, APC seeks death threat probe
  • FIRS generates N1.78tn in six months, targets N1.8tn VAT
  • My mum’s prayer was answered when I became gov – Ajimobi
  • Police warn IPOB against attacking Anambra campaign rallies
  • Group inaugurates Lamido presidential campaign in Kogi
  • Abducted Lagos pupils are fine, says CP
  • 1bn fraud: Court rejects Jonathan’s aide bid to travel abroad

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Vanguard Newspaper Review - 19 July 2017

  • Anambra Guber: Ohanaeze, monarchs endorse North for second tenure
  • NFF to hire foreign goalkeeper’s trainer
  • Search for militants: Women, children trapped in Delta forest
  • Late passage of budget by N-Assembly killing economy —Obaseki
  • Police arrest mother, son over alleged murder of sibling
  • Ali describes VAT Wonder Goal as wedding gift
  • $19trn INTERNET OF THINGS: How Nigeria’s smart city, cashless policies can benefit
  • Powers, achievements, and failings of the Nigeria Police: Need for urgent attention(3)
  • Why no rational Igbo man will support APC — Chekwas Okorie
  • Igbo youths blame current political crises on Gowon, other military leaders
  • ODIKPO: Testimony to benefits of good advice, perseverance
  • Russia 2018: Ikeme vows to be in goal for Nigeria
  • Scores killed in renewed Southern Kaduna violence
  • NNPC, Halliburton intensify search for oil in inland basins
  • Police infringing on my rights, businessman cries out
  • Theft and misery: Will this always be Nigeria’s story?
  • Plateau State tertiary institutions reject proposed new pension scheme

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Leadership Newspaper Review - 19 July 2017

  • Kano, Akwa Ibom, 3 Others Get N50bn From Second Paris Club Refund
  • Terrorism Got Bigger Due To Jonathan ‘s Incompetence – Presidency
  • Aftermath Of S’court Verdict: Bode George, Adeniran, Agbaje Gun For PDP Chairmanship
  • N14trn Lost Annually To Smuggling, Other Security Leakages – NASS
  • More Revenue For Nigeria As Oil Price Rises To $49 Per Barrel
  • Borno IDPs Turn Street Beggars Over Starvation
  • Issue Of Female Harassment Should Be Taken Seriously- Stakeholders
  • Sokoto Fish Out 706 Ghost Students, Saves 29m
  • Katsina Gets 9 New CVR Centres
  • APC Members Stage Protest Against National Legal Adviser In Lagos
  • Biometric Capture: Oyo Warns Pensioners Against Patronising Fraudsters
  • Ondo Guber Tussle: Appeal Court Ruling Blown Out Of Proportion , Says Akeredolu
  • Groups Intensify De-worming Exercise In Osun
  • Nde Trains 30 School Leavers On Business Skills In Nasarawa
  • GHANA MUST GO ,19TH JULY, 2017
  • Star Sixes Was Fun Apart From Results – Okocha
  • Buratai: Diary Of A Workaholic
  • Dalung To Inaugurates Sports Federation Boards July 21
  • Warri Grand Prix: Okagbare Lead Nigeria To Victory
  • Trump’s Presidency In Focus: Day 174
  • El-Rufai, Akida Group: Who Laughs Last?
  • Rejoinder: Turkey’s Failed Coup Anniversary And PM Yildrim’s Delusive Claims
  • As Lawmakers Reject #NotTooYoungToRun Bill
  • Discordant Tunes Over Yam Export Policy
  • Executive Order: Faulty Scanners, Poor Lighting Mar Implementation At Seaports
  • Seek Competent Professionals In Engineering Works, Obasanjo Tells Fellows

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The Sun Newspaper Review - 19 July 2017

  • MASSOB sets aside August for mass return of Igbo from North
  • Ugwuanyi appoints 3 commissioner nominees
  • Alleged money laundering: Turaki gets N500m fresh bail
  • Restructuring: l’m disappointed in APC –Izuogu
  • Why PDP could not implement 2014 confab report – Okonkwo
  • Anambra guber: Group begins aspirants’ profiling
  • ‘Reasons FG needs to support telecoms industry’
  • Truecaller indicts telcos over spam calls, messages
  • DSO: Review operating business model, ITS boss tells FG
  • Russia 2018: Cameroon’ll be under pressure not Eagles —NFF
  • CAF confirms moving AFCON to June

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Daily Trust Newspaper Review - 19 July 2017

  • Multiple explosions rock Maiduguri
  • PDP approves August 12 for convention
  • I was not invited for PDP meetings — Sheriff
  • PDP chieftains renew battle for chair
  • Anambra gov’ship: Ekwueme, Ohanaeze, zone seat to Obiano’s district
  • Confusion in Lagos APC 3 days to council polls
  • 2019: Lamido’s campaign organisation launched in Kogi
  • Uba: No plans to go back to PDP
  • Group wants Makarfi-led PDP c’ttee enlarged
  • Nasarawa Assembly tells Al-Makura to conduct LG election
  • Sacked LG chairmen not owed salaries in Plateau
  • Youths urge politicians with corruption cases to surrender
  • Era of imposition over — Habu Mu’azu
  • Sacked LG chairmen not owed salaries in Plateau
  • Tribute to Yusuf Maitama Sule
  • Terror and the global increase in acid attacks
  • Towards the reform of Africa’s ‘OPEC’
  • Plug tax leakages and curtail waste
  • As PDP looks to North
  • Did you know that jihad is in the Bible?

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Daily post Newspaper Review - 19 July 2017

  • I’m ready to spend 15 years at Manchester United – Mourinho
  • Onigbinde supports CAF’s plan for AFCON expansion
  • US Open to break $50million prize barrier
  • Ope Banwo returns with a Bang! Launches Wonder Mobile App Building Software in Lagos
  • I am very happy at Barcelona – Neymar rubbishes talk of €222million move to PSG
  • Barcelona reveals income for 2016/2017 season
  • How we uncovered 706 ghost students – Sokoto government
  • Nigerian newspapers: 10 things you need to know this Wednesday morning
  • 70 percent of celebrities in Nigeria on drugs – Okey Bakassi
  • N40bn pension: Fayemi blows hot, vows to sue SERAP
  • FG awards oil block license to Ondo for bitumen exploration [PHOTOS]
  • Accept reality, no going back on new electricity tariff – Fashola tells Nigerians
  • MPPP prepares for 2019, changes name to Mega Party of Nigeria
  • Paris Club refund: FG releases details of payment to 36 states, FCT
  • Conte signs new two-year contract with Chelsea

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