HEADLINES In The NEWSPAPERS Today (Feb 4, 2017)

HEADLINES In The NEWSPAPERS Today (Feb 4, 2017)

NEWSPAPER HEADLINES For FEBRUARY 4.

The News That Made Headlines in Top Nigerian Newspapers like THE PUNCH, VANGUARD, THE SUN, DAILY TRUST, PREMIUM TIMES, THE NATION, THISDAY, NIGERIAN PILOT, NIGERIAN TELEGRAPH etc.

PUNCH

  • Travails of Nigerian stuck in Libya after selling four-bedroomed house for N450,000
  • Buhari returns to Nigeria on Sunday, resumes Monday
  • Pressure mounts on Buhari to allow anti-govt rally
  • Whoever plans to arrest me after my tenure won’t be in office by then – Gov. Fayose
  • Ondo council chairman slumps, dies
  • Feeding the nation behind a computer: Nigeria’s new generation of farmers without farms
  • Buhari’s vacation: Politicians, others desert Aso Rock
  • Jostling for Lagos refuse:Waste collectors, govt in ‘cold war’
  • Can you marry your ex’s sibling?

THE SUN

  • NO more CHANCE FOR LAWLESS HERDSMEN, KIDNAPPERS in South West — Fasehun, Filani
  • N530B Arms contract probe : Army Generals block Magu
  • Ex-Defence Minister takes on EFCC boss We’re not intimidated- Anti-graft agency
  • I’m single and available – Phyno, music star
  • ‘You’ll fail as a musician if you lack female fans’
  • 2023 presidency tears Igbo apart
  • Protests ‘ll continue until we achieve Biafra –IPOB
    Biafra: Igbo won’t fight another war –Archbishop Chukwuma
  • Niger seeks N2.5b loan from CBN to purchase grains
  • Cooking gas dealers decry low patronage in FCT
  • Aso Rock yet to get N5.7bn from 2016 budget
  • AFCON 2017: El Hadary, Egyptian legend goes for 5th title
  • Chelsea set to banish Arsenal memories
  • NPFL ….. South West derby: Sunshine dares MFM in Akure

DAILY TRUST

  • Fashola to appear before N/Assembly panel over $174m ADB loan
  • Presidential task force: We won’t fix food prices
  • Executive order: ‘No change of US visa policy on Nigerians’
  • ACF urges completion of vital projects
  • ‘How Igbo president can emerge in 2019’
  • Calling me “Lie Mohammed’’ is mindset and price for service – Lai Mohammed
  • Over 1,500 APC members defect to PDP in Katsina State
  • I was also ‘killed’ 12 times – Obasanjo
  • Spare nobody with Boko Haram links, even my child – Shettima

THE NATION

  • Battle to recover looted funds shifts to Dubai
  • Those wishing Buhari dead are callous, treacherous — Obasanjo
  • Ohanaeze wades into Okorocha, Obiano’s row
  • Police, Tuface reach truce on protest
  • Abandoned child ‘witch’ begins school one year after amazing recovery
  • Ondo Assembly crisis: Seven remanded for attacking Mimiko’s convoy

VANGUARD

  • National Assembly invites Fashola over change in leadership of TCN
  • State of the nation: Tuface insists protests’ll go on in Lagos, Abuja
  • There’s no travel ban on Nigerians – US envoy
  • Arms seizure: Why security agents have questions to answer
  • TuFace protest may lead to breakdown of law and order, death – Police
  • Lawyers Task Buhari Over Onnoghen’s Confirmation As CJN
  • BBC Confirms DfID Targeted Ibori; Spent Millions To Nail Him

DAILY TRUST

  • I was also ‘killed’ 12 times – Obasanjo
  • Lifestyles of rich, famous Nigerian pastors
  • Spare nobody with Boko Haram links, even my child – Shettima
  • ‘Why 70% of Kaduna’s intending pilgrims are farmers’
  • Task force raids Kano, arrests 840
  • Gains and pains of Eke Awka weekly prayers
  • Kogi Govt. gives 7-day ultimatum to roadside traders
  • We won’t fix food prices — FG
  • FG proposes tax hike on luxury goods to boost revenue – Finance minister
  • CBN sells N400 billion bills to mop up money market liquidity
  • Executive order: ‘No change of US visa policy on Nigerians’
  • AU bars EU from negotiating with individual African states …stops accepting head of States’ reps at summit
  • Nigeria not bound by AU decision on ICC
  • Angola’s dos Santos to quit presidency after 38 years in power
  • US imposes fresh sanctions on Iran over missile test
  • Saudi diplomat to get strokes of cane for molesting hotel intern
  • How Okorocha governs Imo
  • Calling me “Lie Mohammed’’ is mindset and price for service – Lai Mohammed
    Over 1,500 APC members defect to PDP in Katsina State
  • Ex Gov aspirant’s defection: PDP has nothing to lose; the party will not miss him – Chairman
  • Executive Order: No change to US visa policy towards Nigerians
  • Postpartum depression isn’t just in women’s heads
  • Oyo criminalises stigmatisation against people living with HIV/AIDS
  • Physician alerts on dangers of fruits’ consumption
  • Smoking hastens menopause
  • Smoking hastens menopause, says medical practitioner
  • Curtain falls on AFCON 2017 as Pharaohs battle Lions
  • George Ashiru: Govt should grant tax holidays to encourage sponsors of taekwando
  • War of words as Plateau Utd stake unbeaten form against Nasarawa Utd
  • Kone wants FC IfeanyiUbah to bounce back against Rangers
  • Ibrahim supports Akwa to beat Remo Stars for first victory

THISDAY

  • Assault On Mimiko: Court Remands Seven Suspects In Prison
  • Onnoghen Appeals to Nigerians Not to Pressure Buhari over Appointment of…
  • NNPC Introduces Additional Criteria for Selection of Firms for Crude Swaps
  • Why Does Nigeria Import So Much Rice?
  • SGF, Senate Rift Worsens as Lawal Fails to Appear for Budget Defence
  • Osinbajo Expresses Support for State Police
  • PDP, APC Reject Police Ban on Tuface’s Anti-Government Protest
  • Ganduje Set to Marry off 1,520 Women in Kano
  • BUA Targets 1m Tonnes Rice Processing Capacity
  • After 35 Years of Service, Obaigbona Retires Honourably from CBN
  • HMOs Return 92% NHIS Funds
  • ICAO, NCAA Begin Certification of Lagos, Abuja Airports
  • Maritime Workers Threaten Mass Protest over FG’s Policies
  • Alison-Madueke’s Funds: Bank Chief Accuses EFCC of Concealing Facts
  • NLC: We Were Taken Aback by Minister’s Outburst over Warning Strikes
  • Inadequate Security Blamed for Death of Five Boundary Officials
  • Court Lauded for Dismissing Bauchi Govt’s Probe of Yuguda
  • Senator Grace Folasade Bent’s comeback
  • Yiko Deen Footwear Steps up Expansion Drive
  • Customers Slam DSTV over Alleged Exploitation
  • Energy Institute Partners Others on Youth Empowerment
  • Academix.ng Opens Access to Products with E-Library Card
  • Nigerian Youths Urged to Embrace Shipping Career
  • Aviation Sector Lost $2 Billion Investment in Two Years
  • Adebola Adejobi: Eulogy to a Gallant Fighter’s Resilience
  • Tales of a Former First Lady, Mariya Yuguda
  • Moses Osarieme Aito’s Doleful Experience
  • OGD, Buruji Kashamu’s Drama
  • Billionaire Businessman Ernest Azudialu-Obiejesi’s Daughter Weds
  • Fertility Issues with Males
  • Can Arsenal Stop Runaway Chelsea in Today’s London Derby?
  • Arsenal Partners MTN Nigeria
  • Lampard Retires at 38
  • AFCON 2017: Cameroon Shocks Ghana 2-0 to Reach Final

THE NATION

  • The Diary of a Noble Self Employed Naija Dame. (13)
  • Battle to recover looted funds shifts to Dubai
  • Those wishing Buhari dead are callous, treacherous — Obasanjo
  • Ibadan Mayhem: Oyo Police arrest ‘One Million Boys’ leader, 166 other suspects
  • Ohanaeze wades into Okorocha, Obiano’s row
  • Abandoned child ‘witch’ begins school one year after amazing recovery
  • Police, Tuface reach truce on protest
  • Ondo Assembly crisis: Seven remanded for attacking Mimiko’s convoy
  • $174m ADB loan: Senate, Reps summon Fashola over sack of TCN management
  • Osinbajo meets task force on food security
  • Alleged N1.2bn fraud: Ex-FCT Minister’s son gets N100m bail
  • New visa regime: We won’t discriminate against Nigerians—US
  • Concern over fate of Masaba’s 130 WIVES
  • Nigeria lucky to have Buhari now, says Ajimobi
  • Police, CBN begin arrest of Naira abusers
  • Okorocha, Obiano rediscover the art of the insult
  • ACF angry at slow pace of FG’s projects in North
  • Bribery allegation rocks Reps panel’s probe of centenary project
  • Indomie firm donates artificial limbs to woman who lost legs to truck driver’s recklessness
  • Man remanded in prison for uploading ex-girlfriend’s nude pictures
  • $174m ADB loan: Senate, Reps summon Fashola over sack of TCN management
  • Osinbajo meets task force on food security
  • Alleged N1.2bn fraud: Ex-FCT Minister’s son gets N100m bail
  • New visa regime: We won’t discriminate against Nigerians—US
  • Concern over fate of Masaba’s 130 WIVES
  • Nigeria lucky to have Buhari now, says Ajimobi
  • Police, CBN begin arrest of Naira abusers
  • Okorocha, Obiano rediscover the art of the insult
  • ACF angry at slow pace of FG’s projects in North
  • Bribery allegation rocks Reps panel’s probe of centenary project
  • Indomie firm donates artificial limbs to woman who lost legs to truck driver’s recklessness
  • LASU suspends final year student over alleged cultism, rape
  • Fed Poly, Ede denies discriminating against Osun indigenes
  • UNIBEN matriculates 10,000 students
  • Kano varsity to produce 39 first class graduates
  • IBB University rolls out N25bn 5-year strategic plan
  • N21.4m alleged fraud uncovered at NIS
  • Ghana vs Burkina Faso Black Stars aiming for redemption
  • Rohr invites Bobby Clement for Senegal friendly
  • Arsenal FC partners MTN Nigeria
  • Uwua praises LMC
  • Arsenal FC partners MTN Nigeria
  • THERE’S NO EXPIRY DATE FOR GETTING MARRIED –EMPRESS NJAMAH
  • 2BABA CALL TO PROTEST GETS MORE TRACTION
  • All set for Senator Anthony Adefuye’s daughter’s wedding
  • FUNKE AKINDELE IS 2016 MOST INFLUENTIAL YOUNG NIGERIAN
  • BISI IBIDAPO -OBE marks 40th birthday in grand style
  • PMAN ENDORSES G’ENNIE FOR 2017 HAVANA
  • Naira slides to N500/$ at parallel market
  • Adidas challenges athletes to unleash creativity
  • Apple to start iPhone assemblage in India
  • Aremu seeks review of trade pact
  • No interest in farming, no varsity admission, says minister
  • NECA to CBN: obey N50 stamp duty ruling
  • Lagos Chamber trains 800 entrepreneurs in three years

PREMIUM TIMES

  • Those behind Buhari death rumour are ‘abnormal’ — Obasanjo
  • Mr. Obasanjo says the death rumours are “wicked, callous and treacherous.”
  • Why Police sealed Nigerian private station, Core TV, others
  • N8.5 billion fraud: Former JTF Commander, ex-NIMASA boss re-arraigned
    Police Warn TuFace To Cancel Anti-government Protest
  • U.S. Denies Trump’s Immigration Policy Will Affect Nigeria’s 2-year Visa
  • Lai Mohammed Reacts To ‘Lie Mohammed’ Moniker
  • “People just have a mindset that whatever Lai Mohammed says cannot be true.”
  • No Grudge Against Those Who Criticised Me While In Power — Jonathan
  • Four Months After, NYSC, Police Fail To Investigate Whereabouts Of Missing Corps Member
  • Buhari Not Dead – Minister
  • Police Announce Arrest Of Notorious Kidnap Kingpin
  • LASU Final Year Student Suspended For Alleged Rape
  • Nigeria Electricity Transmission Company Gets New Head
  • NHIS Wants Health Management Organisations Investigated For Corruption
  • British Council Honours 4 Nigerian Schools
    Alleged Funds Diversion: Ekiti Assembly Summons Fayemi
  • Ondo PDP Crisis Continues As Jimoh Ibrahim’s Ally Appeals Court Ruling
  • Court In Ekiti Remands Herdsman For Grazing On Farmland
  • Governors Okorocha, Obiano Step Up Attacks In War Of Words
  • Kano Govt Commissions Newly Renovated Theatre In Murtala Muhammad Specialist Hospital
  • The Choices Of Africa, By Owei Lakemfa
  • Searching For Sustainable Unity Among Muslims, By Murtadha Gusau
  • Nigeria’s Undying Love Of Multiplying Parastatals, By Jibrin Ibrahim
  • Maje Ayida Hires UK, Nigerian Lawyers To Sue Toke Makinwa For ‘fabrications’ In Her Book
  • Maje Ayida says Toke’s book contains “exaggerated fabrication”.
  • Again, Film Producer, Seun Egbegbe, Involved In Alleged Stealing Scandal
  • New Web Series, Our Best Friend’s Wedding, Premiered In Lagos
  • Nollywood
  • APC Musicians Forum To Boycott Tuface-led Protest
  • Wizkid Bags U.S. Award For Writing Drake’s “One Dance”
  • Criticisms Trail U.S. Congress Repeal Of Anti-corruption Law On Public Disclosures
  • Nigerian Govt Identifies 59 Ways To Achieve Economic Recovery, Growth
  • Four Skye Bank Executive Directors Resign
  • Naira Slides To N500 Per Dollar
  • Former Chelsea And England Midfielder, Lampard, Retires
  • Nigerian League: Another Coach Quits
  • Cameroon Defeat Ghana, To Face Egypt In AFCON Final
  • AU Bars EU From Negotiating With Individual African Country
  • Journalist fatally shot covering street battles
  • UN reports mass rapes, baby killings targeting Rohingya in Myanmar
  • U.S. warns North Korea of ‘overwhelming’ response if nuclear arms is used
  • Trump threatens Iran over ballistic missile test
  • Erdogan upset with Merkel’s use of term “Islamist terror”
  • Why Police sealed Nigerian private station, Core TV, others

NIGERIAN PILOT

  • Saudi diplomat jailed in Singapore for molesting woman
  • Ex-militant Leader: PMB’s death rumour handiwork of PDP, blast Fayose, Tuface
  • Police parade 17 suspects over Southern Kaduna killings
  • Group seeks protection for Muslims in hijab
  • Warning strike’ll remain part of our engagement, NLC replies Ngige
  • Wrongful prosecution: 6 vigilante demand N1bn compensation from Delta govt
  • Boko Haram amputates member’s leg, hand for disloyalty
    Naira to steady as regulators step in
  • ‘South East highest in glaucoma disease’
  • South East Govs at war: Okorocha has motor park personality – Anambra Gov
  • You’re fake, IPOB tells Mbaka
  • Kaduna killings: Catholic Bishop Spits Fire
  • Senate kicks against N250m Osinbajo’s gate house project
  • Equity trading down 40% in 2016 as investors fret over currency
  • Senators, Customs CG in war of words

 

 

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