Top Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today (16-01-17)

Top Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today (16-01-17)

NIGERIAN NEWSPAPER REVIEW FOR JANUARY 16.

Check Out our Top Collection of Newspaper Headlines For Today, Monday, January 16, 2017 from The Nation, Daily Telegraph, Vanguard, This Day, Daily Trust and Other Top Newspapers. 

THE NATION NEWSPAPER

  • Alleged N23b bribe: 200 INEC officials face panel
  • Lagos plans to boost growth with environmental bill
  • ECOWAS army chiefs meet over The Gambia
  • Buhari to troops: you have made Nigeria proud
  • Fed Govt rejects BBOG conditions for joining Chibok Girls’ search mission
  • Ex-Rep Nze Duru spends fifth day in police custody
  • Dangote sets up truck plant
  • Second Niger Bridge: Beyond politics
  • Sound and silence
  • Jammeh’s mitosis
  • Justified outburst
  • Refining roadmap
  • Kia Stinger gets EyesOn Design award
  • Ibinabo recounts pains of surgery, failed marriage
  • Heritage Bank to fund agric value-chain
  • SEC warns investors against virtual currencies
  • How to improve local content for optimum value creation
  • NNPC to fast-track repairs of vandalised pipes
  • Nigerite urges manufacturers to conserve forex for economy
  • NCRIB donates books to UNILAG, LASPOTE
  • 10 killed in Benue community
  • SGF, others yet to comply with Buhari’s directive to reinstate NDPHC GM
  • Fresh battle to save the naira’s begins
  • Estako by-election: Agbomhere urges APC to declare him winner
  • Deposed Oyo Baale hospitalised
  • Buhari greets Bisi Akande at 78
  • ‘No sale of charcoal, firewood on Borno streets’
  • Army frees 257 Boko Haram suspects in Borno
  • Woman, grandkid die in fire
  • NIMASA ready to increase GDP, says Peterside
  • Asiwaju Tinubu hails Adebanwi
  • Uwua stunned at NPFL loss
  • Iwobi, Iheanacho are Eagles’ pillars – Kanu
  • Katsina Utd, ABS secure win on NPFL return
  • StarTimes, HS Media Group formalise partnership
  • Amoo relishes win against Lobi
  • Mixed fortunes for Oriental teams
  • Kia Stinger gets EyesOn Design award
  • Heritage Bank to fund agric value-chain
  • How to improve local content for optimum value creation
  • SEC warns investors against virtual currencies
  • NNPC to fast-track repairs of vandalised pipes
  • Nigerite urges manufacturers to conserve forex for economy
  • Forex challenge heightens Nigeria’s inflation, says IMF

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DAILY TRUST NEWSPAPER

  • NGOs presence jerk up rent in Maiduguri
  • ‘Stakeholders pay lip service to affordable housing’
  • Ekiti wants FG agencies to buy state properties, pay rent or quit
  • Engineers flay closure of Abuja airport
  • FCTA threatens to change Karshi-Apo road contractor
  • 58% of domestic flights delayed in 2016
  • Dangote sets up truck assembly plant in Lagos
  • Oxfam: Gates, 7 others as wealthy as half of world’s population
  • CBN resumes dollar sales to BDCs
  • Petrol, kerosene prices stable in Dec. – NBS
  • What many don’t know about Major Chukwuma ‘Kaduna’ Nzeogwu
  • Gambia’s political impasse: Nothing to negotiate
  • Buhari: Bisi Akande has healed APC
  • Troops kill 13 insurgents in clearance operations
  • Airport shutdown, ‘Unmarketing’ Nigeria
  • How Buhari can woo Ndigbo — Aghanya
  • Bauchi APC affirms Wakili’s suspension
  • My support for Buhari remains unshaken — Ndume
  • Ezeife lauds emergence of Nwodo as Indigbo leader
  • Edo APC sacks youth leader
  • West African leaders set four-day deadline to resolve Gambia crisis
  • ECOWAS vows to take all necessary actions in Gambia
  • ECOWAS fails to arrange power transfer in Gambia – President-elect Barrow
  • Ivory Coast agrees deal with soldiers mutinying over pay
  • Police find stolen baby alive 18 years after
  • Meals to avoid while pregnant
  • Why you need to go with the food pyramid for a healthier you
  • Natural ways to whiten your teeth
  • Amazing Health benefits of coconut oil
  • Putting the health back into primary care
  • Ibrahimovic rescues point for Man United against Liverpool
  • Clinical Everton dump Man city
  • Algeria held by Zimbabwe in Group B opener
  • Rangers begin title defence with home loss
  • 12 states, Police register for Calabar Open Taekwando Championship

NEW TELEGRAPH NEWSPAPER

  • Restructuring’ll Not Dismember Nigeria – Kaka
  • You’re Not Welcome, Enugu APC Tells Ekweremadu
  • Teniola: Delay In INFRACO Licensing Inimical To Broadband Growth
  • IT Firm Engages New CEO After Etisalat Deal
  • Mourinho Banks On Zl Atan’s Magic
  • Johnny Depp, Amber Heard Finalise Divorce
  • Iwobi Has Added Goals To His Game –Wenger
  • Mikel Scores First Goal For Tianjin Teda
  • What Do The Igbo Want? (1)
  • A Season Of Realism For Igbos
  • Governance Code Targetted At Adeboye –Prof. Akintola
  • FRC Code: The Issues, The Controversies
  • It’s Your Turn
  • PTSD, The Military And A Caring Society
  • Gunmen Kill 11 In Benue, Imo
  • 1,640 Inmates Awaiting Execution –NPS
  • 47 Years After Biafra
  • South Africa’s Hate Game
  • 2019 : APC Woos PDP Governors
  • Ngige, Ifeanyi Ubah, Andy Uba, Ekwunife battle for Anambra ticket
    Season Of Impeachments
  • Policemen As Fall Guys
  • We Didn’t Ask People To Arm Themselves, –Southern Kaduna Peoples President
  • Julius Berger: Earnings Decline On Persistent FX Pressure
  • Firm Names Vice President For Nigeria, Others
  • Managing Director For Cadbury
  • Stock Market Closes Week Bullish With 0.28% Gain
  • Analysts Forecast EPS Growth Of 13% For Dangote Cement
  • Shell, NNPC, Others Surge Nigeria’s Crude Production Above 1.8m Barrels Daily
  • Dealing With Nigeria’s Worst Enemies
  • Singer Jennifer Holliday Pulls Out Of Trump Inauguration Event
  • Onazi: No Focus On South Africa
  • StarTimes, HS Media Formalise Partnership
  • Ubah Begs Nigerians, Suspends TM
  • ACCESS BANK LAGOS CITY MARATHON: LOC Calls For Volunteers For February 11 Race
  • Ibrahimovic Rescues Point For Man United
  • Guardiola Backs Man City Despite 4-0 Loss
  • Turkish College: Abductors Demand N1.2bn
  • …N100m per student, staff; N600m for Turkish officials Police to launch safer schools initiative We’ll get kidnappers soon, says
  • Amosun
  • MMM: Panic Grows Over GH
  • One Killed In Ibadan As Youths, Police Clash
  • APC Sacks Detained Youth Leader In Edo
  • Amosun Assures On Rescue Of Abducted Students, Staff
  • One Beheaded In Fresh Ebonyi/Cross River Communal Crisis
  • Again, Another AFCON Without Eagles
  • Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Ex-soldiers Demand Pension
  • Dangote, Chinese Firm Partner In N31.5bn Truck Assembly Plant
  • IMF Raises Nigeria’s Growth Rate To 0.8%
  • 50 Firms Bid For NNPC’s Boat Supply Contracts
  • ‘I Quit Firm For Reducing My N40k Monthly Salary’

VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

  • Investors’ Bullish On Financial Services Stocks
  • Go To China, Conte Tells Costa
  • FG Contract Is Strictly Between The Insurers Through Brokers
  • Recession: Change Your Cabinet Now, PDP Reps Tell Buhari
  • Fast-track Niger Delta Peace Process, Dickson Urges FG
  • Corrupt Nigerians Are Too Vocal For My Liking – BOLA AJIBOLA
  • Hoodlums Beat Baale Deposed By Olubadan
  • Serena Sets Aside Engagement For Real Action
  • Ex-bankers Fight CBN, NDIC, 4 Banks Over N9.8bn
  • Police Quiz Deji Of Akure Over Eze Ndigbo Crisis
  • Who Is Ademola Lookman?
    Insurance Industry Experienced Higher Claims Payment In 2016 – Efekoha
  • Kidnapper Killed In Failed Abduction Of Ondo Monarch’s Wife
  • HOSTCOM Seeks Okowa’s Intervention In Face-off With Shell
  • US Hasn’t Blocked $550m Abacha Loot, But… —AGF
  • S’Kaduna Killings: One Nigeria, A Fallacy, Political Deception – MASSOB
  • Davido Shades D’Banj In New Single?
  • Constitution Amendment: NASS To Strip FG Of Powers To Control Resources
  • Osinbajo’s N-Delta Visit: Tompolo’s Kinsmen Jubilant, Arrange Dance Troupes
  • Clerics Split Over FRC Code As Akin-John Says Christians Must Obey The Law
  • CAN Faults FG’s Record On Security
  • Dangote Sets Up Truck Assembly Plant In Lagos, Creates 3,00 Jobs
  • Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Govs Laud Contributions Of Fallen Soldiers
  • 50 Firms Bid For NNPC’s 2-yr Boat Supply Term Contract
  • We ‘ve Restored Nigeria’s Sanity, Territorial Integrity, Says Buhari
  • Societal Beliefs Pressurise Single Ladies Into Marriage At Certain Age
  • Married Mothers Should Make Love Every Night!
  • Davido Shades D’Banj In New Single?
  • Prayers Answered, Julius Agwu Returns Home
  • Tonto Dikeh’s Troubled Marriage: Ex Boyfriend In Mocking Jibes
  • What Mercy Aigbe Finds Interesting In Cossy Orjiakor
  • Juju Music Has Grown Under My Leadership In Lagos — Aransiola
  • CIA Chief Warns Trump ‘to Be Very Disciplined In Terms Of What He Says Publicly’
  • Pence Defends Trump In Spat With US Civil Rights Icon
  • Southern Kaduna Crisis: Making Sense Of Claims And Counter Claims
  • Ohanaeze And Igbo Agitation: Nwodo’s Daunting Challenge
  • Champions Rangers Lose At Home
  • Spanish La Liga Results

THISDAY NEWSPAPER

  • We’ve Restored Nigeria’s Sanity, Territorial Integrity, Says Buhari

    • Commends the military for wresting terrorism • CAN praises FG over fight against terror, corruption
  • FG Rejects BBOG’s Conditions for Participating in North-east Tour
    Nigeria’s Forex Earnings Hit $24 Billion in Third Quarter 2016
  • The Gambia: Use of Force Imminent As ECOWAS Plans To Oust…
  • Kerry Lauds 14-year-old Nigerian, Zuriel Oduwole’s Global Advocacy for Girl Education
  • Kidnappers Demand N1.2bn to Release Abducted NTIC Students, Staff
  • Presidency Threatens to Prosecute Anyone Selling SIP Forms
  • Comply with Court Order to Release El-Zakzaky, Amnesty Int’l Tells FG
  • Nine Killed, 6,000 Displaced in Gbagyi, Fulani Clash in Niger
  • Magu’s Retention Giving Anti-corruption War Negative Perception, Group Laments
  • Judiciary Workers Asking Lawyers for Money to Survive
  • Nigeria Prisons Service in Dilemma over 1640 Criminals Sentenced to Death
  • Job Scam: EFCC, ICPC Investigated, Cleared Us, Says Peace Corps
  • Kaduna Electric Loses N40m to Vandals, Calls for Vigilance
  • Buhari Congratulates Bisi Akande at 78
  • Public Sector Not Doing Enough for Health, Says Osinbajo
  • Amudalat Alake Olusesi Passes On
  • Atiku, Governors Hail Military for Gallantry
  • In Fresh Peace Move, Osinbajo Leads FG Team to Niger Delta
  • How Turkish Schoolgirls, Staff were Abducted Search for victims intensifies
  • Renewed Oil Search Pushes NNPC’s Deficits to N19bn
  • Okunnu: Consideration of Gender Equality Bill by N’Assembly, Display of Ignorance
  • SSANU, NASU, NAAT Embark on Five-day Warning Strike Monday
  • Uncertainty Envelopes PDP as Warring Parties Await Court Ruling
  • Ogbeh: FG to Query Source of Renal Disorder in Children
  • Buhari-led Gambia Talks Deadlocked
  • Harmattan Haze: Lagos Urges Motorists to Drive Carefully
  • FG Invites Ezekwesili, BBOG to Tour of Sambisa Forest
  • Detained Ex-House Member, Duru, May Be Arraigned This Week
  • Nnamdi Kanu, All Pro-Biafra Detainees’ll be Released this 2017, Says Prophet Nwoko
  • Foundation Establishes N2bn Palm Plantation to Curb Importation
  • Abia Guber Tussle: SEDC asks NJC, Acting CJN to Protect Supreme Court Judges
  • As Osinbajo Visits Niger Delta Today, Group Wants More Oil Blocks…
  • FG should fast-track peace process, says Dickson
  • Appeal Court Adjourns Chevron’s Suit against Brittania-U on Sale of Oil…
  • Value of Foreign Investments in Equities Fall

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