Naija Gist Newspaper Review – 25 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 - 25 July 2017

  • PDP governors, others to visit President Buhari
  • With Biafra, Igbo’ll remain in Nigeria, says Nnamdi Kanu
  • Three policemen dismissed for ‘robbing’ residents of N200,000
  • Budget row: Fashola faces Reps’ panel Friday
  • International students may have to renew visas yearly
  • Antalyaspor target Wilshire
  • And they killed Nigerian Airways along with others
  • Tade Ogidan partners High Impact on Gold Statue
  • C’ River tackles FG over abandoned equipment at port
  • Boat accident: Deceased’s family faults FUTA’s claim
  • NHIS crisis: Reps overstepping their bounds
  • Is proposed 35 years’ minimum age limit for President appropriate?
  • 11 authors compete for $100,000 literature prize
  • Five tips for using matchmaking apps
  • CBN returns N51.9bn illegal deductions to bank customers
  • Zero oil revenue days fast approaching, says Osinbajo
  • Buhari: Group restates resolve to begin protest August 7
  • Nigeria loses N15bn to illegal sale of PHCN assets – Reps
  • Power generation falls below 3,000MW, seven plants idle
  • Another Yoruba actor dies
  • TSA fund: FG serves forfeiture order on banks
  • Policemen killed my abducted husband during rescue operation – Widow
  • Lagos floods and our (In)humanity
  • Delta group protests Okowa’s N13.6bn proposed secretariat
  • Police arrest fleeing B’Haram commander in FCT
  • Stock market hits two-year high, soars by N218bn
  • Despite agitations, Nigeria won’t break up, says Gowon
  • Borno bombers attack two IDP camps, kill six
  • Passengers escape death as tanker rams into bus
  • Reps seek seven-year jail term for money launderers

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Vanguard Newspaper Review - 25 July 2017

  • Anambra guber: I’ve not endorsed anybody, says Ngige
  • Protests rock Enugu community over herdsmen attack
  • Dalung, Collins disagree over AFN elections
  • Banire and Lagos orchestrated charade
  • Repentant kidnappers, cultists sell fish to survive in Rivers Cleric to JTF: Exercise restraint in manhunt for militants
  • LAUTECH doctors demand reversal of salary cut
  • Mass sack looms in Rangers
  • Osinbajo to commission projects in Rivers
  • Rohr to monitor CHAN goalkeepers
  • NMA calls for law against quackery in Ebonyi
  • UNICEF begs monarchs for support on immunisation
  • Storm over Buhari’s picture with APC chiefs: It’s collective insult on Nigerians— PDP
  • Only 10.9% workers have retirement savings account –NBS
  • Customs intercepts contraband goods worth N2.5bn in six months
  • How CDA outlaws startled Benin Kingdom – Chief Sam Igbe, Iyase of Benin
  • NUTRITION: Fidson celebrates academic brilliance

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Leadership Newspaper Review - 25 July 2017

  • FG, States, LGs Owe Contractors N2.4trn
  • Nigeria Can Generate N500bn From Mining – RMAFC
  • 50,000 Applicants Jostle For 100 Aviation Jobs
  • Reps To Vote On Constitution Review, Virement Tomorrow
  • CBN Injects $195m Into Forex Market
  • OPEC Caps Nigeria’s Oil Output At 1.8m bpd
  • I Never Expected To End Up With My Wife – Victor Irele
  • Army Redeploys 52 Generals, 597 Others In Major Shake-up
  • Police Arrest 5 B’Haram Terrorists After Gun Battle As 9 Surrender
  • Foreign Reserves Hit $30.5bn On Rising Oil Prices
  • N351bn NHIS Probe: HMOs Get 2-Day Ultimatum To Submit Audited Accounts
  • UK To Invest In Nigeria’s Energy Sector
  • FG Can Save N127bn From High Quality Cassava Flour Initiative – FIIRO
  • APC Govs, Oyegun Visit PMB, Say President Will Return As Soon As Doctors Permit

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The Sun Newspaper Review - 25 July 2017

  • 36 states to get anti-piracy units soon, says IGP
  • Police kill 3 suspected armed robbers in Kano
  • NAHCON explains hike in Hajj fare
  • Anambra guber and UPP’s quest to change the tide
  • Anambra guber: Group mobilises support for Obiano
  • Anambra guber: Don’t follow Kanu sheepishly –Enefe tells IPOB members\
  • Nigeria’ll grow faster than S’Africa in 2018, says IMF
  • Oando’s new jetty to save Nigeria $120m in demurrage
  • JLMB grows shareholders’ funds to over N5bn
  • Rangers, Imama row: Chukwu faces fresh sanction
  • Rohr appoints new goalkeeper trainer for Eagles
  • Adamawa govt. to compensate robbed Queens FC players, officials

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Daily Trust Newspaper Review - 25 July 2017

  • We’re working hard to bring back Atiku — Adamawa PDP
  • INEC Captures 71, 039 new registrants in Delta
  • We’ve learnt a lesson from being in opposition – Makarfi
  • Gov’ship: Andy Uba urges Anambra voters to remain resolute
  • Lagos LG polls: PDP, Accord win 7 wards as APC clears 57 LGs
  • Is General Danjuma now a Christian Leader? (II)
  • Strange court order on Dino’s recall
  • Living in glass houses
  • Addressing misconceptions on Bahaushe, Bamaguje and Islam in Hausa land
  • The real problem of Northern Nigeria
  • Fact check: Minimum electricity generation not 4,000mw as claimed
  • Nigeria short-changed by N15bn in power assets lease – Reps
  • Bharti Airtel joins Orange, Vodafone in race for 9mobile
  • AEDC to engage community youths in cash collection
  • Invoice fraud: GenCos counter DisCos, demand evidence
  • Customs realizes N2.5bn from diverted, undervalued goods
  • FG to build $1bn ICT company – Minister
  • SON reopens Samsung facility
  • Gombe launches voluntary income declaration
  • Shittu, others to brainstorm at ICTEL Expo 2017

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Daily Post Newspaper Review - 25 July 2017

  • Lawmaker blames Rivers government for Port-Harcourt‎ flood
  • Buhari’s ill-health: ‘Fani-Kayode‎ is a spoilt child’ – Rochas Okorocha fires back
  • Buhari’s ill-health: PDP reacts to picture shared by APC chieftains
  • Africa’s prosperity lies in human resources – Osinbajo
  • Saraki threatening to kill us – Group seeking Senate President’s recall
  • Mourinho convinced me to join Manchester United – Lukaku

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