Top Headlines In The NEWSPAPERS Today (Jan 30, 2017)

Top Headlines In The NEWSPAPERS Today (Jan 30, 2017)

NIGERIAN NEWSPAPER HEADLINES FOR JANUARY 30.

Check Out our Top Collection of Newspaper Headlines For Monday, January 30, 2017 from The Punch, The Nation, Daily Telegraph, Vanguard, Premium Times, This Day, Daily Trust and Other Top Nigerian Newspapers.

THE PUNCH

  • US judgment: We’ll push for Kashamu’s arrest, says NDLEA
  • El-Rufai should produce herdsmen he offered money – Apostle Suleman
  • Three PDP governors to defect to APC, says Okorocha
  • Jonathan, Wike blocked Rivers from taking possession of helicopters – Amaechi
  • Buhari’s anti-corruption ‘own goal’
  • FG approves modern internal audit process for MDAs

  • BoI pledges more funds for Aba industrialists
  • Alleged kidney theft raises concern in Keffi

LEADERSHIP

  • I’ll Not Allow Killing Of Christians To Continue – Donald Trump
  • Man With 86 Wives, Masaba, Buried In Bida
  • NDDC Distances Self From Media Attack On Wike
  • 2019: PMB Most Potent Force In Katsina – Masari

THE SUN

  • Corruption: You must go, senators tell SGF
  • Nigeria takes over The Gambia military
  • Niger: Masaba, controversial Islamic preacher, buried
  • ASUP begins nationwide strike today
  • Oba of Benin reads riot act to chiefs
  • DSS plans to detain Oyedepo, Suleiman –Fayose
  • CBN queries banks over inaccurate forex data
  • Anxiety over acting CJN’s tenure

BUSINESS DAY

  • External reserves projected to hit $30 billion in March
  • Lagos Assembly begins inspection of Primary Healthcare Centres
  • Fire outbreak at NNPC depot
  • How AUN uses social media to fight religious extremism
  • Delta begins war against water-borne diseases
  • Nigerian police parade Turkish School kidnap suspects

VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

  • Security agencies trade blames over Vampire’s escape
  • Donald Trump under fire over travel ban
  • Perceived persecution: We are not keeping quiet, CAN tells members
  • Forex: CBN queries banks
  • Brace up for more Boko Haram attacks, ex-DSS Director warns
  • Fayose cautions DSS over planned detention of Apostle Suleiman, Bishop Oyedepo

THE GUARDIAN

  • Output drops as companies combat rising energy costs
  • Controversy trails customs’ seizure of military helicopters at Lagos Airport
  • Miss France crowned Miss Universe
  • Reps grill police chiefs over loss of arms, officers’ deaths
  • Gabon 2017: Egypt beat Morocco to end Renard dream

DAILY TRUST NEWSPAPER

  • National Assembly to create 25 new agencies
  • ‘Jonathan left empty treasury’
  • Presidency queries CAN over Apostle Suleman’s call
  • FG to modernise internal auditing
  • Poor service: NCC vows stiffer sanctions against GSM operators

THISDAY NEWSPAPER

  • Petrol Scarcity Looms as Product Sells for N142 per Litre in…
  • CBN Queries Banks over Inaccurate FX Utilisation Publication
  • SERAP Tells Buhari to Refer SGF to EFCC, ICPC for Investigation
  • North-west House Caucus in Disarray over Buhari
  • Presidency Justifies DSS’ Invitation of Apostle Suleman
  • Seized Helicopters: Wike Accuses Amaechi of Politicising Rivers’ Security
  • Herdsmen Threaten South-west Food Security, Warns Afenifere
  • PENGASSAN Rejects House Bid to Amend NLNG Act
  • Osinbajo Urges Nigerians to Shun Divisive Tendencies

THE NATION NEWSPAPER

  • We’ll free ports of gridlock, says boss
  • CBN queries five banks for m

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