Top News HEADLINES In The Papers Today (Jan 28, 2017)

Top News HEADLINES In The Papers Today (Jan 28, 2017)

NIGERIAN NEWS HEADLINES FOR JANUARY 28.

Check Out our Top Collection of Newspaper Headlines For Saturday, January 28, 2017 from The Punch, The Nation, Daily Telegraph, Vanguard, Premium Times, This Day, Daily Trust and Other Top Nigerian Newspapers

THE SUN NEWSPAPER HEADLINES

  • 94 bag First Class at UNN
  • 168, 450 pupils to benefit from FG’s school feeding in Oyo
  • Lagos shuts hospital over quackery
  • 2019: APC’ll retain Presidency -Nwosu, Imo CoS
  • Ruling party doing trial and error –Ilegogie
  • Trump: Mexico should cancel meeting if they won’t pay for wall
  • ‘FG lost $30bn to drop in oil export’
  • Nigeria risks total blackout over loss of 2,518MW in 3 days
  • …Generation tumbles to 112.20MW
  • CBN deplores unwarranted attacks by stakeholders
  • Osimhen undergoes surgery, out for weeks
  • Nigeria youngster Victor Osimhen has not started his pro career at German Bundesliga club…
  • NPFL: Akwa Utd apologises to fans, pleads for patience, support
  • AFCON 2017: Asamoah Gyan’s injury worries Ghana

VANGUARD NEWSPAPER HEADLINES

  • Allow Niger Deltans To Control Their God-given Resources, Militants Tells FG
  • Ex YBNL Singer, Xino Apologises To Olamide, YBNL Team
  • The Gambian Gambit And President Buhari
  • REVEALED: How State Governments Waste Money
  • Customs Seizes 2 Helicopters At Lagos Airport, Hands Them Over To Air Force
  • Ace Comedian Bovi To Host Eargasm 2017 Concert
  • Obese Women Have Lower Body Satisfaction Than Men
  • ‘Shun Rumours Here Is PMB’
  • Obiano Returns, Debunks Rumours Of Ill Health
  • Boko Haram: Rehabilitating IDPs In North East Tough Challenge – Osinbajo
  • Lookman Not Ripe For Eagles —Sofoluwe
  • Reactions Trail Buhari’s Latest Picture In London
  • OBA OF BENIN’S HISTORIC VISIT TO OBASEKI: How The Palace Forges Partnership With Govt House
  • Your Silence Is No Longer Golden, CAN Tells Osinbajo
  • Trump’strump Card, Elixir Forfossil Fuels Nations
  • Run, Sule Lamido, Run!
  • Opera Music Has Taken Me To The White House — Abiodun Koya
  • Allow Niger Deltans To Control Their God-given Resources, Militants Tells FG
  • REVEALED: How State Governments Waste Money
  • Your Silence Is No Longer Golden, CAN Tells Osinbajo
  • How Gunmen Stormed Owerri High Court; Killed 2, Freed Serial Killer
  • Kogi APC Leadership, Stakeholders Pass Vote Of No Confidence On Gov. Bello
  • Nigeria’s Foundation Compromised By Bad Magt – Gov Yahaya Bello
  • Rumoured Death: NLC Denies Call On Mr President To Address Nation
  • Presidency Clarifies Letter To The Senate On SGF
  • What Do Your Children Think About Your Happy Marriage?
  • Is All Really Fair In Love And War?
  • Man Kills Sex Worker For Not Satisfying Him After Paying N500
  • 4 Red Flags To Watch Out For In A Relationship
  • Searching For A Muslim Partner?
  • Senegalese Actress Comes To Nollywood
  • What Would You Do If You Found Your Spouse Flirting With An Ex- On Social Media?
  • How The UK Conspired To Convict Ibori, Gohil, Others — Govt’s Role
  • Rascality Does Not Know Party Boundaries
  • Presidency Clarifies Letter To The Senate On SGF
  • Maradona: Using Drugs Was My Biggest Mistake
  • Ofili, A True Symbol Of Nigeria’s School Sports
  • Joshua’s Fight With Klitschko To Equal Crowd Record
  • Usain Bolt Returns Gold Medal, Says Would Help Fund Carter Appeal

THISDAY NEWSPAPER HEADLINES

  • CAN: Osinbajo’s Silence on Christians’ Persecution Worrisome
  • Acting President committed to value of lives of every Nigerian regardless of religion or ethnicity, says Spokesman
  • Petrol: Major Marketers Meet Presidency, Restate Commitment to N145 Per Litre
  • TCN: Inability to Generate 3500mw Responsible for Repeated System Collapse
  • Lagos Floors FG in S’Court over Power to Regulate Property
  • Gunmen Storm Owerri High Court, Rescue ‘Vampire’, Notorious Kidnapping Kingpin, Others
  • DHQ: Boko Haram now Uses Female Suicide Bombers Carrying Babies
  • NDDC Appeals to Rivers Govt. to Rescind Land Revocation
  • Cleric Calls on Osinbajo to Confirm Acting CJN
  • Era of Depending on Federal Allocations is Over, Says Ahmed
  • Acquire “Disputed Land’ Ijaw Leader Advices Delta Govt
  • Gunmen stampede Owerri High Court Premises Rescues Notorious kidnapping kingpin, Vampire
  • Presidency Insists Buhari is Not in a London Hospital
  • Court Orders Forfeiture of Malabu Oil Block to FG
  • MAN: Banks Flouting CBN’s Directive on 60% FX Allocation to Manufacturers
  • Nigerian Literary Icon Buchi Emecheta Dies at 72
  • N’Delta Villagers Can’t Sue Shell in UK for Nigerian Oil Spill, Court Rules
  • NDDC Appeals to Rivers Govt. to Rescind Land Revocation
  • Cleric Calls on Osinbajo to Confirm Acting CJN
  • Nigerian Ship Owners Demands Better Deal with FG
  • Turkish Airlines Entice Customers with Entertainment Features
  • Okwuosa: Humility and Creation of Prosperity
  • Umahi: Nigeria’s Farmer Governor
  • Air France, KLM Fete Customers with Back in Time Party
  • LGs President Speaks on Creating Better Lifestyle for Consumers
  • Stop Using Mosques to Preach Hate, Sanusi Warns Clerics
  • Abia Governorship : S’Court Grant Otti’s Application to Challenge Judgments
  • Ondo Assembly Speaker, Deputy Impeached
  • Humblesmith Releases new Song, ‘Boogati’ Featuring Timaya
  • Tunde Kelani to Train Students in Movie Industry
  • Here Comes Nexcel iSignage
  • Immaculate: I’m Big, Bold and Beautiful
  • Tekno’s Taking over the Music Scene
  • NPFL: Akwa Utd Apologises to Fans over Poor Form
  • Egypt, Morocco Renew Magreb Rivalry in Gabon
  • Salomon Kalou Undecided about Côte d’Ivoire Future
  • Usain Bolt: Jamaican Olympic Association Considering Appeal over Carter’s Failed Dope Test

NEW TELEGRAPH

  • GUNMEN STORM COURT
  • …free kidnap kingpin, 8 others 5 prison officials critically injured
  • Boko Haram Sacks Borno Military Barracks
  • LAND OWNERSHIP: Lagos Floors FG In Supreme Court
  • Men Still Want To Take Advantage Of Me –Ebube Nwagbo
  • Alleged Fraud Ondo Speaker, Deputy Removed
  • NDLEA To Kashamu: Clear Yourself Of Drug Allegation In US Or …
  • Exotic cars attracted us to Turkish school –Abductors
  • From The Niger Delta, A Rising Star
  • Ondo Speaker, Deputy Impeached
  • Another Showdown Looms
  • Apple Wants To Start Making IPhones In India
  • MAN Flays FG Over Forex Administration
  • Guinness Nigeria Reports N4.6bn Half-year Loss
  • Stock Market Advances On Sustained Bargain Hunting
  • NAICOM’s Regulatory Priorities Dampen N300m Rebranding Plan
  • Stakeholders Laud Web Jurist Ranking On Skye Bank
  • Battle Of Lions: All E Yes On Mane
  • British Spy Agency Says Real-life James Bond Q Character Is A Woman
  • Omiagbo: Blame Producers For My ‘bad Guy’ Roles
  • J.Martins Set To Thrill Fans With New Single
  • Pinnick Splits CAF As Shake-up Looms
    •Ghana FA President leads revolution •NFF boss won’t make CAF board, says Gara-Gombe
  • Court Declines To Shut Down NPFL For Giwa FC
  • Joshua, Klitschko To Match UK Attendance Record
  • Australian Open: Nadal Wins Thriller To Set Up Federer Final
  • Football C Ame To The Rescue After Dad’s Death –Nwaneri
  • StarTimes Brings Chinese Super League To Nigerian Fans
  • UNILAG First Class Graduate: I Met My Dad’s Target But He Wasn’t There To Celebrate With Me
  • Octogenarian Remanded In Prison For Allegedly Clubbing Man To Death
  • My In-law Forcefully Had Sex With Me, My 2 Sisters, Witness Tells Court
  • Uyo Church Collapse: Gunmen Shoot GO’s Lawyer
  • Boko Haram Killed My Father, My Mum Missing
  • Victims Deserve What They Get – Suspected Fraudster
  • Federal Government And Incessant Industrial Actions
  • China’s Alibaba To Buy US-based MoneyGram For $880m
  • Recession: Local Tomato Firms Rethink Operations
  • Ohanaeze Should Not Dabble In Politics –Okwu
  • Anambra And The Battle Of Uba(h) ‘brothers’

THE NATION NEWSPAPER

  • Bailout funds scandal: Governor loses $10m to mistress
  • Six killed as gunmen invade courtroom
  • Ondo Assembly sacks Speaker, deputy
  • 15 years after: Ikeja bomb blasts victims’ families lament delayed compensation
  • Royal tussle: Olukere hosts Ekiti monarchs
  • Customs impound two Helicopters brought in by unknown importer
  • Major marketers to tackle aviation fuel shortage through importation
  • IGP commended over safety on roads
  • WE SAW HELL!
  • 2019: Igbo youths slam Obasanjo for canvassing south-east presidency
  • Okorocha slams PDP over comments on Imo Airline
  • Court strikes out suit against Saro-Wiwa’s trial by military tribunal
  • ‘WHY actors HAVE BRAIN fatigue’
  • OGFZA MD backs planned amendment of 1996 Act
  • Dangote, Amaechi, Folawiyo, others celebrate Jumoke Okoya-Thomas
  • Omisore’s rumoured goodbye to governorship ambition
  • Why theory matters
  • What tribe has joined together…
  • Fixing the LMC cabal
  • TOKE MAKINWA savours new love life
  • FG vows to restore normalcy to North East IDPs
  • Oyo to feed 168,450 pupils
  • This is suicide bombers’ latest trick, DHQ warns Nigerians
  • Two Nigerians held for $1.2m UK bank fraud
  • Musa steps out in style
  • Wenger gets four-match touchline ban
  • It’s Federer versus Nadal again!
  • Third Williams sister to avoid Serena Venus clash
  • FA CUP: Kompany ‘fit and ready’ for Palace
  • Rooney: Scoring for Man Utd like playing underwater
  • TOKE MAKINWA savours new love life
  • PAWPAW UNVEILS ARTISTES
  • Titi Oseni steps out with hubby
  • Ooni’s wife plans big for the needy
  • Hello Mummie: I’m a Chef
  • Forex: Manufactures call for review of 41 banned items
  • GE to invest in Nigeria’s refineries
  • Fed Govt mulls fertiliser price slash to boost agric production
  • Institute inaugurates regional coordinators
  • Budget 2017: Saraki seeks equitable distribution of projects
  • Govt ‘ll support SMEs, says Osinbajo

DAILY TRUST NEWSPAPER HEADLINES

  • Supreme Court dismisses FG’s suit challenging Lagos land policy
  • ‘Nigeria would’ve fared better under PDP’
  • Osinbajo: It’s tough meeting IDPs’ needs
  • Put Nigeria first in all your dealings – Emir Sanusi
  • Ex-environment commissioner dies in China
  • The people Goodluck Jonathan follow on twitter
  • Internet users celebrate Mourinho’s birthday with hilarious tweets
  • Again Occupy CBN protest hits Abuja (PHOTOS)
  • Anchor Borrowers Programme : Bauchi laments poor performance by participating banks
  • Recession calls for new strategies to survive, says CEO
  • CBN decries attacks on its policies, says attackers are unpatriotic
  • 2016 budget: Only capital votes rolls over, FG says
  • Court rules villagers can’t sue Shell in UK over Nigerian oil spill
  • Jigawa mortgage bank announces N2.5bn capital base
  • FG mulls single data system to block revenue leakages
  • MAN advocates 5% interest rate for manufacturers
  • AU collective withdrawal plan from ICC suffers setback as Nigeria kicks against it
  • Ekiti PDP suspends Oguntuase, 2 others indefinitely
  • APGA rises in defence of Buhari
  • ‘Obasanjo 2019 South-East presidency comment mischievous’
  • 20 senators set to dump APC for PDP — Akpabio
  • Customs impound helicopters worth N4.2bn at Lagos airport
  • Why PDP can’t ditch Makarfi, Sheriff
  • Gang storms Owerri court, kills 6, frees robbery suspect
  • ‘How kidnappers gouged my brother’s eyes after killing him’
  • Put Nigeria first in all your dealings – Emir Sanusi
  • Madeleine Albright and Big Bang actress vowed to register as Muslims if…
  • Gambia’s new President Adama Barrow arrives home
  • Trump to Mexico: Cancel your visit if you won’t pay for border wall
  • Prof. Bathily confident in his chances to succeed Mrs. Zuma as AUC chair
  • Israel moves to decriminalise marijuana use
  • FMC in Keffi suspends 3 staff over official misconduct
  • People living with HIV reduce in Enugu State — ENSACA
  • Court tells doctors to end strike in days or face jail
  • NMA bars doctors from treating commissioners, political appointees in Kogi
  • Family planning: private hospitals outdo public
  • Internet users celebrate Mourinho’s birthday with hilarious tweets
  • CAF Champions League: Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium will be fixed in 7 days
  • Association targets schools to resuscitate handball
  • Liverpool return makes ex-captain Gerrard “nervous and anxious”
  • Pillars want LMC to review Sunshine match

PREMIUM TIMES

  • Buhari under fire over inaction on Acting Chief Justice Onnoghen
  • Based on a constitutional provision, Mr. Buhari may be unable to submit Mr. Onnoghen’s name as substantive Chief Justice after February 10.
  • Abuja airport runway, disaster waiting to happen, Minister warns
  • Army officer who called service chiefs “Nollywood actors” loses children, driver in car crash
  • Why Nigeria Still Battles With Leprosy – Health Minister
  • Court Refuses To Quash Ken Saro Wiwa’s Judgement
  • Nigeria Customs Seizes Two Helicopters, Elephant Tusks, Other Illegal Imports
  • Nigeria Confident Of Clinching AU Seat
  • ‘He’s My Only Child’ – Mother Of Boko Haram Militant Struggles Without Her Son
  • Ikeja Bomb Blasts: Victims’ Families Lament Delayed Compensation
  • Boko Haram: Northeast Nigeria ‘500 Years Behind South In Education’ – VC
  • JAMB To Raid Cyber Cafes Across Nigeria
  • 85-year-old Docked For Allegedly Clubbing Man To Death
  • My In-law Forcibly Had Sex With Me, My 2 Sisters, Witness Tells Court
  • LAUTECH Management, Students Resume As Lecturers Continue Strike
  • Land Dispute: Supreme Court Strikes Out Lagos Govt Suit Against FG
  • UNILAG Honours West Africa’s First Female Professor Of Pharmacy
  • Lagos Govt Launches Mobile App For Interaction With Residents
  • Oil Spill: Bayelsa Sues Agip, Demands N1.6 Trillion Compensation
  • Nigerian Lawmakers, NIMASA Boss Plead With Shell Not To Relocate Port Harcourt HQ
  • Edo Gets New Chief Judge
  • Abia Governorship Tussle: Supreme Court Grants Oti Leave To Appeal Ikpeazu’s Victory
  • 94 UNN Graduates Bag First Class
  • Female Suicide Bombers Now Strap Babies On Back To Evade Detection – DHQ
  • Nigerian Govt Delivers N4.3 Billion Health, Nutrition Items To North-east
  • One Confirmed Dead As Gunmen Storm Zamfara Community
  • El-Rufai Swears-in New Kaduna Head Of Service, Wants More Women In Public Service
  • College Faults Media Reports On Southern Kaduna Killings
  • The Politics Of Power Transition, By Owei Lakemfa
  • LSETF Access To Finance Initiative And The Role Of Non-Financial Services, By Celestine Okeke
  • The Sin Of Spreading Rumours Or False Gossip In Islam, By Murtadha Gusau
  • Clearing Babachir Lawal Or Self-Indictment, By Jibrin Ibrahim
  • Mr Eazi Announces Release Date For “Accra To Lagos” EP
  • Cobhams Asuquo Set To Release Debut Album
  • Reps Discover ‘many Anomalies’ In Oil Block Allocation By Nigerian Govt
  • Industrial Commodities Price To Surge In 2017 — World Bank
  • No Going Back On FOREX Policy, Says CBN
  • Shell Denies Plans To Leave Port Harcourt
  • First Win Against Pillars
  • AFCON 2017: Egypt Claim Last Quarter Final Ticket
  • Nigerian League: Akwa United Continue Poor Run As 3SC Escape Defeat
  • Nadal to meet Federer in Australia Open Final
  • Nigerian League: Obaje emerges highest earner
  • It is Serena vs. Venus in the Australian Open final
  • Black South Africans Still Earn Far Less Than Whites — Survey
  • Somalia’s Al Shabaab Says Kills Dozens Of Kenyan Troops In Raid On Base
  • Cash-strapped Zimbabwe Offers Workers Land Instead Of Bonuses
  • Ghana’s Only Oil Refinery Shut After Explosion – Union
  • Gambia: President Barrow Arrives Banjul
  • Former Gambian Minister Seeks Swiss Asylum
  • Trump hopes to have ‘fantastic relationship’ with Putin
  • Anti-abortion activists to ‘march for life’ in Washington
  • Germany’s population hits record high of 82.8 million due to migrants
  • UK press poke fun as White House misspells May’s first name
  • German town rejects Trump honorary citizenship proposal
  • Mexico President cancels summit with Trump after wall jibe

NIGERIAN PILOT NEWSPAPER HEADLINES

  • CBN, NNPC, DPR, IOCs thwarting probe into OPLs, OMLs – Reps
  • Housewives in Kwara lament Kerosene price hike
  • Recession: Pray for Nigeria, Gov. Aregbesola charges NYSC members
  • Again Kogi APC move against Gov Bello
  • Censoring Judiciary: Buhari’s govt killing democracy – Lawyers
  • Ogun 2019: YCM welcomes endorsement from Obasanjo
  • Workers desert federal secretariat over blackout
  • Control of properties: Lagos floors FG in S/court
  • Men more corrupt than women – Magu
  • Court sentences 33 men in Kano for incitement, extortion
  • 25 power stations generated 2,548GWH of energy in quarter 4 of 2016 –NBS
  • Man in court over alleged theft of curtains
  • Court dissolves 7 year-old marriage over negligence
  • Lagos shuts Empire Medical Centre, Ikorodu, for quackery
  • Pray for safe return of President Buhari”–cleric urges Nigerians

 

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