Top News HEADLINES In The Papers Today (Jan. 26, 2017)

Top News HEADLINES In The Papers Today (Jan. 26, 2017)

NIGERIAN NEWS HEADLINES FOR JANUARY 26.

Check Out our Top Collection of Newspaper Headlines For Thursday, January 26, 2017 from The Punch, The Nation, Daily Telegraph, Vanguard, Premium Times, This Day, Daily Trust and Other Top Nigerian Newspaper

DAILY TRUST

  • FG urged to improve teacher training
  • Bida Poly to start farming business
  • Muhtar Bello Centre to educate needy children
  • Fedpoly Bauchi introduces new programmes
  • ‘Distance learning programme will guarantee quality teaching’
  • MMM boss Ugorji, wife flee Nigeria
  • FMBN seeks additional N500bn recapitalisation fund
  • SEC to develop more commodity exchanges
  • Nigerian banks activated 11.2m accounts in 2016 as dormant accounts hit 31m
  • Car import ban: Vehicle owners call for proper planning
  • Corruption: Buhari didn’t clear SGF – Presidency
  • Make N/Assembly budget details public – Ndume
  • Fedpoly Bauchi introduces new programmes
  • Anambra gov’ship: I’m not interested in APC ticket – Soludo
  • APC registered 100,000 new members in Abia — Chair
    Presidency now ‘judicial clearing house’ — PDP
  • APC chides Makarfi over Buhari death rumour comment
  • Politicians fuelling fresh clash in Agatu, Rep alleges
  • China’s population to hit 1.45 billion by 2030
  • Man set on fire during argument about dog, Australian police say
  • India to measure Mount Everest to see if earthquake shrank it
  • Equatorial Guinea says it expects decision soon on OPEC membership bid
  • U.S. withdrawal: Japan invites China into TPP
  • Why every woman of reproductive age needs iron supplementation
  • Medical expert urges regular breast checkup
  • Giving succour to people with eye problems
    Group to hold free cancer screening
  • Why you shouldn’t ignore varicose veins in your legs (Part 2)
  • Big wins for Lobi, Nasarawa as Tornadoes taste first victory
  • Adi sets 20-goal target for 2017 MLS season
  • Bolt loses one Olympic gold medal
  • I am determined to become world’s best boxer – Sadiq
  • Momoh drums support for Pinnick’s CAF seat bid

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VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

  • FG Orders Immediate Payment Of N150bn To Petroleum Marketers
  • Lawyers Counsel Senate On Magu
  • I’m Not APC Member—Soludo
  • Momoh Canvases Support For Pinnick’s CAF Seat Bid
  • UNILAG VC Defends Graduates’ 5.0 CGPA
  • Confirm Magu’s Appointment As Chairman Of EFCC, Etiebet Urges NASS
  • 9 Arrested, As EL-Zakzaky’s Supporters Protest In Abuja
  • 4 Killed In Botched Borno Suicide Attacks
  • Bode Agusto, 11 Others Make Lagos Economic Advisory Committee
  • Smokin Hills Ushers In Akeredolu With A Golf Tournament
  • Gov Emmanuel Vows To Lay Enduring Economic Legacy
  • Reactions Trail Obasanjo’s Call For Igbo President In 2019
  • Benin Monarch’s Chiefs Storm Isekhure’s Palace To Secure Erimwi-Idu Shrine
  • Uproar At LASUTH Over N30,000 Levy For Two Retiring Nurses
  • Workers Shut C-River LG Ministry, HoS Office Over 8 Months Unpaid Salaries
  • One Year After, Family Cries For Justice Over Slain Mother Of 3
  • How Scholarship Scheme Produces 32 First Class Graduates At UNILAG
  • Buhari Was The Right Candidate To Beat PDP — TINUBU
  • Suleiman: How Many Fulani Herdsmen Killing Nigerians Have You Arrested, Fayose Asks DSS
  • NIGERIAN-TURKISH SCHOOL KIDNAP: They Fed Us With Rice, Noodles, Sometimes Tea — Rescued Student
  • President’s Letter On SGF Not Final Verdict On Probe – Presidency
  • CBN Sold $1.1bn To Importers In Nov 2016
  • Fulani Herdsmen Attacking Nigerians Are From Senegal, Mali – Northern Govs
  • I Didn’t Ask Christians To Kill Muslims – Apostle Suleiman Johnson
  • Buhari’s Health: Governors Not Pressuring Osinbajo To Resign – Presidency
  • My Wife Has Turned Our Home Into A Brothel, Man Tells Court
  • Ycee’s Tinny Entertainment Signs New Artistes
  • Mixed Reactions Trail FG’s Probes Shooting Of Big Brother Naija In S-Africa
  • Waje’s Touching Story: ‘I Could Have Become That Commercial Sex Worker’
  • US Deports 90 Somalians, Two Kenyans As Trump Cracks Down On Illegal Immigrants
  • Trump Signs Executive Orders On Border Wall, US ‘sanctuary Cities’
  • Gambia’s President Barrow To Return On Thursday
  • Why Amosun Is Often Misunderstood – Soyinka
  • Southern Kaduna Crisis Can Engulf Nigeria— Makarfi
  • Herbalist Docked For Allegedly Failing To Exorcise Evil Spirits
  • Anichebe Weeps Over Latest Injury Set Back
  • Badminton Federation Raises Alarm Over Missing Mat
  • NBBF Holds AGM, Awards Dinner

 THE SUN NEWSPAPER

  • Only 900,000 HIV patients in Nigeria have access to treatment – Expert
  • Power sector is walking corpse, says Elumelu
  • Nasarawa political bigwigs ready to join mega party – Hon Awe
  • Buhari determined to tackle Niger Delta problems -Loyibo
  • ADP submits registration forms today
  • promoters of the planned mega party, Action Democratic Party…
  • CBN retains interest rate at 14%
  • ..Insists Naira can’t float
  • FG targets 2000mw from solar energy –Onu
  • …As power generation drops to 2630MW
  • General Electric to invest in 3 refineries
  • NPFL: Give us only 30 refs, LMC tells NFF, NRA
  • AFCON 2017: Algerian coach quits
  • Sports ministry reshuffles secretaries

THE NATION

  • Buhari’s health: Govt to punish rumour mongers
  • Police, Shi’ites clash at National Assembly
  • Tinubu: we must spend our way out of recession
  • Corruption battle: Sagay slams Sani over ‘deodorant’ comments
  • Turkish school: it was a difficult time for us
  • Why power supply is poor nationwide, by Fashola
  • DSS implicates governor in plot against Fed Govt
  • ICPC recovers 40 vehicles from retired directors, others
  • The imperative of appointing and swearing-in a substantive CJN
  • Anichebe: I will come back stronger
  • Strategic leadership: My personal theory and practice
  • Watford to EPL clubs, Chinese Teams Ighalo goes for £17m
  • How ex-Air Chief diverted N22b, by EFCC witness
  • Aston Villa chase Chuba Apkom
  • ‘Jay Jay’ Okocha videos fired me up — Adekoya
  • Sultan: preachers of reprisal attacks are enemies of peace
  • 2018 World Cup: We’ll qualify ahead of Nigeria – Slimani
  • 2008 OLYMPIC GAMES FALLOUT: IOC elevates Okagbare to silver
  • Our success stories, by First Class graduates
  • Trouble in the house of ASUU-LASU
  • How ex-Air Chief diverted N22b, by EFCC witness
  • Sultan: preachers of reprisal attacks are enemies of peace
  • Workers hold commissioner hostage in Ondo
  • Dasuki: Witness explains how ONSA funds were transferred
  • Suspected insurgents attack Plateau village
  • Alleged diversion of N10b: Fed Govt files charges against Suswam, two others
  • Banker admits serving in Fayose’s transition committee
  • Southwest PDP hails judgment
  • Dr Sun-Basorun passes on
  • Mace missing as students, cadet corps clash in RUGIPO
  • Arrested leadership
  • Fed Govt rehabilitates Kwalkwalawa-UDUS road for N129m
  • LASU clarifies indecent dressing ban
  • Bida Poly students lose fees to MMM
  • 2018 World Cup: We’ll qualify ahead of Nigeria – Slimani
  • 2008 OLYMPIC GAMES FALLOUT: IOC elevates Okagbare to silver
  • Tunde and Wunmi Obe plan ‘Rise Up’ video
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  • Femi Kuti visits Borno IDP camp
  • AY plans third movie
  • Lizzy Anjorin feeds the less privileged
  • Airtel mulls operations cut in Nigeria, 14 other African countries
  • NLNG’s vessel with 13,000mt of cooking gas berths in Lagos
  • NCDMB, Total, others praise EWT for completion of Egina OLT piles
  • NIS chief blames IDP, camp bombing on improper mapping
  • Fitch revises Nigeria’s outlook to negative

NEW TELEGRAPH

  • Buhari Hale, Hearty
  • President resting in London Death rumour silly –FG No pressure on Osinbajo to resign –Presidency
  • Senate Forecloses Tariff Increase, Subsidy For Power Sector
  • Sultan Urges Arrest, Prosecution Of Hate Preachers
  • Helicopter Operators Eye Boom Over Abuja Airport Closure
  • French Fries, Toast May Increase Cancer Risk –Scientists
  • Dasukigate: How N2bn Was Moved From ONSA Account To Private Accounts
  • Buhari’s Anti-corruption War, A Farce –PDP
  • Kalu: How We Blocked Obasanjo’s Third Term
  • It’s Dangerous Politics Toying With Agatu Crisis – Abounu
  • Nigeria’s Mega Party Submits Documents To INEC
  • Banire Chairs APC Constitution Review Committee
  • Anambra APC Makes U-turn, Drops Soludo, Ekwunife From Gov Aspirants’ List
  • State Of The Nation: Yoruba’s Clarion Call To Buhari
  • Development Bank: Evading Pitfalls
  • ‘Ponzi Schemes’ll Spur Cyber Attacks This Year’
  • MTN, Others Ended 2016 With 154.5m Subscribers
  • MTN’s $20bn Investment Key To Nigerian Economy –Minister
  • StarTimes Begins Talent Hunt Scheme
  • Building Materials Stocks Rise On Trump’s Plan For Mexico Wall
  • Obasanjo’s Many Faces
  • US Actress, Mary Tyler Moore, Dies Aged 80
  • NPFL: Plateau Maintain Unbeaten Run
  • …as draws headline Match Day four Plateau United continued their unbeaten run in the Nigeria Professional League as they forced
  • home team, Gombe United, to a goalless draw in one of the MatchDay Four games played on Wednesday.
  • Shanghai Shenhua Return For Ighalo
  • Enyeama Relishes Four AFCON Medals
  • Bolt Loses Olympic Gold Medal As Carter Tests Positive
  • Sodje Heads Delta U-16 Elite League
  • Guardiola Wants Five-year Manchester City Stay
  • Turkish School: Police Arrest Abductor After Victims’ Release
  • Husband: She Brings Men To Our Bedroom, Made Me Ill
  • ‘I Pay N500 Before My Wife Allows Me Sex’
  • Recession: BRT Operators To Increase Fares
  • 181 Roads: Lagos Calls For Contractors’ Bids
    Two Youths Die In Lone Ibadan Accident, Two Others Injured
  • Kidnapping: Beyond Capital Punishment
  • Evaluating BoI’s Stimulus Through Microfinance Banks
  • NCC Boss Speaks On ICT Infrastructure
  • Ministers’ve Not Lived Up To Expectation – Eta
  • Ezugwu: Ohanaeze Under Nwodo’ll Unite Ndigbo

PREMIUM TIMES NEWSPAPER

  • Make details of Senate budget public, Senator tells Saraki, colleagues
  • The lawmaker said even senators don’t know details of the Senate’s budget.
  • Court accepts documents against Dasuki, warns ex-NSA’s lawyers against delay
  • UN commends Buhari for prompt handling of Rann IDP camp bombing
  • Nigeria’s Former Air Force Chief Re-arraigned For Money Laundering
  • Resident Doctors Ends 7-day Warning Strike, Give 21 Days Ultimatum
  • Hate, Violence Preachers Should Be Arrested, Prosecuted – Sultan
  • The CAN President called for unity among Nigerians
  • Nigerian Govt Threatens To Deal With Subversive Rumour Mongers On President Buhari’s Health
  • Absence Of Witness Stalls N40 Billion Corruption Trial Of Ex-Governor Nyako
  • Nigerian Lawmakers Seek Open Coverage Of Court Proceedings
  • Reps Set For Second Reading Of 2017 Budget
  • Why Chinese Are Leaving Nigeria – Envoy
  • Recruitment Into Nigerian Army Is Free – Official
  • Nigeria Police Chief In London To Meet Metropolitan Police – Spokesperson
  • NAFDAC Cautions Against Use Of ‘dangerous’ Skin Lightening Creams
  • SPECIAL REPORT: Works Minister, Fashola, In N166 Billion Contract Mess
  • Amosun Seeks Assembly’s Approval To Access N65.7 Billion Loan
  • INEC Clears 6 Political Parties For Etsako Federal Constituency By-election
  • Labour Leaders Protest ‘non-payment’ Of 8 Months Teachers, Workers Salaries In Cross River
  • Osinbajo Returns To Niger Delta For Peace Talks In February – Boroh
  • Anambra 2017: Soludo Rules Self Out Of APC Ticket
  • “Consequently, I wish to clarify that I am not a member of the All Progressives Congress.”
  • Charcoal Price Up 40 Per Cent As Kerosene, Gas Scarcity Continues
  • Gunmen Kill Man, Injure Another In Plateau
  • Gunmen Attack Police Station, Kill Officer, Cart Away Arms
  • Nigerian Govt Delivers N4.3 Billion Health, Nutrition Items To North-east
  • Bauchi Govt Re-unites 176 Almajiris With Families
  • Adamawa Sacks Two Judges, Demotes Another
  • No Plan To Ban Christian Organisations In Katsina University – Vice Chancellor
  • Governor Faults Petition Linking Him With Alleged N46 Billion Fertilizer Scam
  • Why Women Marched Against Donald Trump, By Adeolu Ademoyo
  • Strategic Leadership: My Personal Theory And Practice, By Bola Ahmed Tinubu
  • A Note To The Nigerian Guild Of Editors, By Pius Adesanmi
  • Nigeria Should Approach Trump From A Position Of Strength, By SKC Ogbonnia
  • Buhari: Here We Go Again!, By Dele Agekameh
  • Killing PREMIUM TIMES With The Power Of Dubai?, By Frisky Larr
  • J Martins Drops New Single “Ring The Bell”
  • Recession: 2Face Plans To Lead Nationwide Protest
  • Davido Signs New Artiste To DMW
    Comedian Seyilaw Reveals Challenges, Money Spent To Have First Child
  • General Electric Seeks Role In Operating Nigeria’s Refineries
  • Why CBN Is Retaining Monetary Policy Rates Despite Economic Crisis – Emefiele
  • CBN Retains Monetary Policy Rates, Calls For Government Intervention In Moribund Industries
  • Samsung’s Quarterly Profits More Than Double Despite Note 7 Debacle
  • AFCON 2017: Egypt Claim Last Quarter Final Ticket
  • Nigerian League: Akwa United Continue Poor Run As 3SC Escape Defeat
  • Liverpool Star Signs New 5-year Deal
  • Beijing 2008: Okagbare Set For Long Jump Silver Medal
  • Usain Bolt loses one of his nine Olympic gold medals
  • Australian Open: Nadal joins Federer in semis as renaissance continues
  • Can the Williams’ sisters make it another sibling final?
  • Federer into semis as the oldies come to play at the Australian Open
  • Australian Open: Nadal battles through Monfils to advance to quarters
  • At Least 5 Journalists Killed In Mogadishu Hotel Attack – UN
  • Cameroonian Judge Controversially Arrested
  • Sahara Group Renovates Library To Boost Learning In Tanzania
  • Former Gambian Minister Seeks Swiss Asylum
  • President Barrow To Return To Gambia On Thursday, Says Aide
  • Gambia’s National Assembly Revokes State Of Emergency
  • Trump to order building of Mexican border wall
  • British companies forcing women to wear high heels breaking law
  • Journalists charged with rioting in Washington
  • Court accepts documents against Dasuki, warns ex-NSA’s lawyers against delay

NIGERIAN PILOT

  • FG bows to pressure, agrees to review minimum wage
  • ICPC recovers 40 vehicles from directors, others
  • ‘Dasuki moved N2bn in 3 tranches
  • Prepare Niger Delta for post-oil era, South-South APC tells NDDC
  • We do not operate pension scheme – Assemblies of God
  • N4.8bn alleged fraud: EFCC re-arraigns ex-Air Force Chief, Umar
  • State creation restored rights of Rivers people – Wike
  • FRSC set to enforce speed limit on Lokoja-Abuja highway
  • Arrest, prosecute hate preachers – Sultan
  • Northern elders fault Govs’ Forum
  • Shame! Civil Defence, Peace Corps officials battle for supremacy in Ogun
  • Police fail to arraign Suswam, others over fresh criminal charges
  • FG: Disregard subversive messages on Buhari’s health
  • Power sector a walking corpse –Elumelu
  • EFCC’s witness reveals alleged diversion of funds by ex service chiefs

THISDAY NEWSPAPER

  • Presidency Says No Cause for Alarm over Buhari’s Health
  • • Says no one asked Osinbajo to resign • Lai Mohammed dismisses death rumour, N’West House Caucus passes vote of confidence on president
  • N’East Govs Take Jab at Niger Delta, Say NEDC Will Avoid…
  • APC Summons Senator Shehu Sani over Tirade Against President
  • For Fitch, Nigeria’s Rating Remains ‘B+’, With Negative Outlook
  • It’s Payback Time, Says Nigerian Traditional Ruler Suing Shell
  • Italian Police Arrest Ring Leaders Trafficking Girls from Nigeria, Others
  • Senate-SGF Saga: Bye-bye to Buhari’s Anti-corruption War, Says PDP
    Ngige Expresses Concern over Factionalisation of Labour Union
  • Presidency Orders Finance Minister to Pay Petroleum Marketers N150bn Debt
  • Fashola Blames Drop in Electricity Supply on Illiquidity, Vandalism of Gas Facilities
  • 2019: Stop Playing God, Northern Youths Tell Obasanjo
  • Tinubu Criticises Monetary Policy, Says We’ve Got to Speak Truth to Ourselves
  • Recruitment Exercise is Free, Army Insists
  • Amosun Receives Rescued Turkish School Students, Staff
  • APC Leadership Moves to Checkmate Internal Opposition
  • Kwara Assembly Orders Probe of State Accounts
  • Lagos Constitutes Economic Committee, Names Agusto Chairman
  • ICPC Recovers 40 Cars from Ministry Officials, Directors
  • Rivers at 50: Wike Unveils Golden Jubilee Logo, Promises Anniversary Projects
  • Soludo Denies Membership of APC
  • Senate, NERC Differ on Electricity Tariff Hike, Bailout for Operators
  • Unseen Forces behind Kerosene Scarcity, Says PHRC Boss
  • Osinbajo’s Visit, Critical in Resolving N’Delta Crisis, Says Boroh
  • Bill Seeking Media Coverage of Court Proceedings Passes Second Reading
  • Benin Monarch Ostracises Suspended Chief Isekhurhe
  • MultiChoice: Why We Filmed Big Brother Naija in South Africa
  • Fashola Denies Involvement in N166bn Road Contract Fraud
  • Witness: Amosu Diverted N21bn
  • Four Die in Two Foiled Attacks on Maiduguri
  • EFCC Calls First Witness against Dasuki in Alleged Money Laundering Case
  • Alleged N4.8bn Fraud: FG Re-arraigns Former Air Chief, Umar
  • Absence of Prosecution Witness Stalls Nyako’s Trial
  • Gambia’s President Barrow Returns Home on Thursday, Says Aide
  • Gambia’s President Barrow Returns Home on Thursday, Says Aide
  • CBN to Sell Dollars in Special Auction to Clear Backlogs of…
  • . Investors remain bullish on Nigeria’s dollar bonds
  • Investors Stake N2.4 Billion on Shares as Index Rises 0.09%
  • Nokia Promises Significant Financial Benefits for Large Enterprises
  • GSMA: Mobile Technology Will Drive Digital Transformation in Africa
  • Global CEO Confidence Rises Despite New Risks, Uncertainty
  • Danbatta to Deliver UNN’s 46th Convocation Lecture
  • Expanded PDP Caucus Meets Thursday
  • Positioning Women for Transformational Leadership
  • Provide Health Facilities a Kilometre Away from its Beneficiaries, Ex Gov Charges FG
  • Overcoming Infertility
  • Handling Body Odour and Smelly Feet
  • Ambode Flags off Deworming Exercise for 60,000 Lagos Pupils
  • FG Urges States to Create Budget Line for Logistics Management Coordinating Unit
  • Serena Halts Konta’s Run
  • Carter’s Positive Dope Test Ruins Bolt’s ‘Triple Triple’
  • CAF Seat: Momoh Canvases Massive Support for Pinnick’s Bid
  • Venus Aims at Final Berth Record at 36 Years
  • FUTO VC: Post-UTME is Necessary to Produce Quality Graduates
  • FG Tasks Varsity Councils on Quarterly Situation Reports
  • Sultan Inaugurates N19m Clinic Built by Old Students
    Kwara Solicits Saudi Govt’s Support for New Varsity
  • Lagos to Domesticate Home Grown School Feeding Programme
  • Still Guarding the Concrete Slab

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