NEWSPAPER Headlines For Today (Monday, Feb 6, 2017)

NEWSPAPER Headlines For Today (Monday, Feb 6, 2017)

NEWSPAPER Headlines For Monday, FEBRUARY 6.

See 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 and other top Newspapers.

VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

  • Okorocha Vs Obiano: Youths Call For Ohanaeze, Igbo Leaders’ Intervention
  • Fulani Association Moves To End Clashes With Farmers
  • Mourinho Taunts Chelsea In Style Wars
  • Excess Forex Demand Weighs Down Naira
  • Forex Scarcity Is Driving Boom In Agriculture – Heritage Bank
  • Buhari’s Good Intentions Alone Can’t Take Nigeria Out Of Recession —Cleric
  • Yar’Ádua And Buhari: Between Ill-health And Power Vacuum
  • FG Gets $600,000 To Resuscitate 6 IDCs Into Industrial Clusters
  • Fulani Herdsmen Destroy Farms, Rape Our Wives —Ohanaeze
  • Fashola Charges Surveyors On Nation Building
  • We Want Our Share Price To Reflect Our Performance — Neimeth CEO
  • Deji Of Akure Vs Eze Ndigbo Crisis Deepens
  • IBORI: Okowa, Utuama, Elue, Others Storm Oghara
  • WHO Urges Early Detection Of Cancer, As 80,000 Die Yearly In Nigeria
  • Forte Oil Plc: Impressive Corporate Governance
  • DSS Arraigns 61-year-old Leader Of Kidnap Gang In Port Harcourt Court
  • Smuggling: Customs Seeks Stakeholders’ Support
  • Babatope, Ango Abdullahi, Fayose, Others React As Buhari Extends Medical Vacation Indefinitely
  • CJN Confirmation: Onnoghen’s Name’ll Be Sent To Senate This Week – Presidency Source
  • Foreign Investors Bought N557bn Treasury Bills In 2016
  • Cancelled Protest : A National Shame, Embarrassment – Soyinka
  • Searching For A Partner?
  • Why Middle-class Wives Beat Up Their Husbands!
  • Friends Who Refuse To Trust You With Their Secrets!
  • Boyfriend’s Dad Is A Dirty Old Man, Tried To Kiss & Smack My Bum
  • Aborted Nationwide Protest: Charly Boy, Seyi Law Vow To Continue The Struggle
  • Biola Alabi’s Bukas And Joints TV Show Returns
  • Breaking: Soma, Miyonse Evicted From Big Brother Naija House
  • NJI Will Be At The Stadium February 6th To Protest, Says Seyilaw
  • Charly Boy Mocks 2Face
  • Centenary City Probe: House C’ttee Accuses Anyim Of Plot To Stall Probe
  • 2019: Obasanjo’s Call For Igbo Presidency, Insincere, Divisive – Obong Attah
  • Akeredolu Meets Mimiko Over Ondo Assembly Crisis
  • Gov Obaseki Will Boost Edo IGR Without Harassing The People Or Imposing Multiple Tax — Idahosa
  • N25B FUND: Why I Am Empowering MSME Operators – Gov Ambode
  • 2018 CHAN: Eagles Get Opponents
  • Rohr: Ighalo Still In My Plan
  • BREAKING: Cameroon Wins AFCON 2017
  • FIFA Confederations Cup Fixtures

THE SUN NEWSPAPER

  • Man prosecuted for assaulting LASTMA official
  • 9 killed as Ebonyi, Cross River communities renew hostilities
  • • GOC visits warring communities
  • 2017 budget: Works ministry votes N1.58bn to buy cars – Senator
  • It’s inhuman to wish Buhari dead –APC spokesman
  • …APC did same to get to power – Shehu Sani
  • Anambra 2017: What APC must not do
  • Perishable cargo freight: Untapped goldmine
  • Darker days ahead: As gas producers, Gencos tango over N200bn debt
  • Inside Nigeria’s booming light weapons’ market
  • Bassogog named 2017 AFCON best
  • The 21-year-old rounded off the competition by emerging as African champion and becomes the first Cameroonian to…
  • Cameroon claims fifth AFCON title
  • The dreams of Egypt’s veteran goalkeeper to left a fifth AFCON title came crashing like a pack…
  • EPL: Iheanacho as good as Jesus –Winterburn

THE NATION

  • Buhari extends vacation after UK doctors’ advice
  • SANs: no vacuum with Buhari’s absence
  • Onnoghen gets nod to be CJN
  • MD: NDDC owes N1.2tn
  • Police shouldn’t abridge Nigerians’ right to protest, says Soyinka
  • 2Baba cancels anti-govt protest
  • Okowa, Uduaghan, others visit Ibori
  • A good start
  • Imo’s siege of the vampire
  • Coming of the road fund
  • Progressives need progress
  • ‘Macro-economic conditions reduce insurers’ net value’
  • Artistes hopeful as boom player hits 1m download
  • Firm floats N20b investment trust
  • Heritage Bank sponsors Bukas’ Season 3
  • NSE to release guidelines on sustainability disclosures
  • Education: Between exclusive and concurrent list
  • Work your talk, NAICOM told
  • Driver pushes colleague into moving vehicle
  • NULGE plans protest over autonomy
  • Laundryman pleads guilty to kidnapping girl, 4
  • ‘Reckless’ driver ‘kills’ boy
  • Expert to Fed Govt: sensitise public on climate change
  • Buhari lauded over Gambia
  • Olanusi to Mimiko: recognise new Speaker
  • Army opens operation base in Kaduna
  • NGO marches against cancer
  • Delta inaugurates 22 road projects
  • Sultan urges parents to monitor wards
  • ‘No secrecy in National Assembly budget’
  • Cameroon is African Nations Cup Winner
  • Aguero Drops Exit Hint from Man City
  • February 2017 ITTF ranking: Why Quadri dropped to 26
  • MFM FC whips Sunshine Stars in Akure
  • Leicester City 0 Manchester United 3: Ibrahimovic makes history
  • ITTF ranking: Why Quadri dropped to 26
  • Artistes hopeful as boom player hits 1m download
  • Yemi Alade, Funke Akindele for Nickelodeon award
  • OzzyBee honours orphans with Valentine concert
  • Team Reminisce wins Fanz Championship Africa
  • Davido’s new signee makes debut with Las Vegas
  • Buy recharge card from the poor not banks -Yvonne Jegede
  • The Diary of a Noble Self Employed Naija Dame. (14)
  • ‘Macro-economic conditions reduce insurers’ net value’
  • Firm floats N20b investment trust
  • Heritage Bank sponsors Bukas’ Season 3
  • NSE to release guidelines on sustainability disclosures
  • Work your talk, NAICOM told
  • NULGE plans protest over autonomy
  • Hyundai to set up assembly plant in Pakistan

THISDAY NEWSPAPER

  • Buhari Extends Medical Leave Indefinitely, Nigerians React
  • He’s not in a London hospital, says presidency
  • FBN, GTB, Zenith, Access, UBA Among Top 500 Global Banks …
  • …Uncertainty as Justice Onnoghen’s Tenure Lapses, All Eyes on Osinbajo
  • Nigeria’s Art of Flowery Language
  • Windfall Amidst Recession: States, LGs Shared N2.6tn in 2016
  • IBB Returns from Medical Vacation
  • Okorocha Demands Apology from Obiano
  • Fashola: FG to Address Power Problems with 2017 Census
  • NEMA Calls on Traders to Observe Minimum Safety Requirements
  • VP, SGF Yet to Comply with Directive on Reinstatement of NDPHC GM
  • Tuface Pulls out of Nationwide Protest, Coalition Vows to Proceed
  • SERAP Writes Trump, Demands Return of Nigeria’s Stolen Assets
  • Army Chief Lays Foundation for Southern Kaduna Military Formations
  • Lagos Task Force Arrests Man for Brutalising LASTMA Official
  • Flush out Cultists, Vandals from Bayelsa, Dickson Tells New Police Boss
  • Police Arrest Scam Suspect in Lagos
  • Buhari Extends Stay Abroad
  • Ibori Returns to Rousing Welcome by Kinsmen
  • NCAA Fines First Nation Airways, Pilot N33.5m for Violation of Safety…
  • NAFDAC Seals Largest Karu Supermarket over Fake Bread, Others
  • Share Scam: Victims Call on Regulators to Protect their Investments
  • Report: Economic Recovery Will Be Slow, Painful
  • NAICOM: Defaulting Insurance Firms Paid over N5bn Claims in 2016
  • Satellite Launch: PIN Warns FG against Privacy Invasion
  • Ibori Meets with Okowa, Uduaghan, Others
  • The Exodus
  • As TuBaba Strays into the Arena
  • Creating Wealth from Waste
  • Ending the Carnage in Southern Kaduna
  • Navy Water Sports Competition Begins in Lagos
  • Lagos Rocks as Arsenal, MTN Seal Partnership
  • Kanu: I Will Work for Arsenal Academy for Nigeria

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DAILY TRUST NEWSPAPER

  • NEMA urges traders to observe fire safety measures in markets
  • Buhari extends UK stay, awaits medical report
  • 2017 budget: N/Assembly to conduct public hearing
  • CJN: N/Delta leaders insist on Onnoghen
    NAFDAC seals supermarket over sale of unregistered products
  • Osinbajo chairs economic plan forum today
  • Kaduna Electric, unions disagree over staff verification
  • We’ve petrol enough to last 36 days – NNPC
  • Jaiz Bank shares go public this week
  • Mashi tours aviation facilities nationwide
  • Suspected robber set ablaze in Makurdi
  • Hunters kill hippopotamus in Kwali community
  • TETFund advocates new research models
  • S/Kaduna crisis not religious — MACBAN
  • Calls for Odigie-Oyegun’s resignation unreasonable – Sen. Wakili
  • APC targeting one million members- Former Deputy Governor
  • Why we are reintroducing Option A4 – ADP chair
  • Anambra 2017 as litmus test for APGA
  • Iran lifts entry ban on American wrestlers
  • Court rejects Trump move to immediately restore suspended travel ban
  • Trump’s choice as Secretary of Army withdraws
  • Ex-first lady Marisa Leticia dies
  • Louvre attack: Egyptian man, 29, suspected
  • Dos Santos anoints deputy Lourenco
  • Barrow scraps Jammeh’s four-day week
  • UN condemns ‘devastating’ Rohingya abuse
  • Complexity and simplicity: FG to create seven trauma centres across Nigeria
  • ‘Yoga may have health benefits for people with chronic non-specific lower back pain’
  • Too much sitting, too little exercise may accelerate biological aging
  • woman Africa offers free cancer screening for Abuja residents
  • Bauchi establishes more centres to tackle malnutrition cases
  • Moses edges Iwobi as Chelsea defeat Arsenal
  • Jesus to start again as City host in form Swansea
  • Relegation threatened Leicester welcomes United
  • Video referees ‘could be used in 2018 World Cup’

NEW TELEGRAPH

  • Amnesty Beneficiaries Commence Automobile Assembly Plant
  • Allocation: States, Councils Shared N2.6trn In 2016
  • First Bank, Zenith, Access, UBA, GTB Make Top 500 Global Banking Brands
  • Lifestyle May Cause 17m Cancer Deaths In 30 Years –WHO
  • Soyinka, Ezekwesili Berate Police As Tuface Cancels Protest
  • Lawyers Tackle Mimiko Over 2017 Budget
  • ils To Return
  • Holding Fort For Buhari
  • Buhari Back To Familiar Headache
  • When Helicopters Rekindled Old Rivalry
  • ADP: Awaiting The Registration Of ‘Mega Party’
  • The Troubling State Of Our Visual Culture
  • Will Senate Rescind Its Position On Lawal And Magu?
  • CBN Should Further Devalue Naira
  • NPA Appoints New GM, Public Affairs
  • Motorists To Pay N20,000 As Premium For Third Party
  • Chad Basin: NNPC’s Deficit Exceeds N19bn
  • Cashless: Transactions Hit N62.8trn In 2016
  • Stock Market Closes Bearish With 2% Loss
  • Centenary City: Points Of Order
  • Celestine Babayaro: Conte Has Transformed Moses For Eagles
  • Amusan Dethrones Okagbare In Texas
  • Ighalo Remains In My Plans – Rohr
  • MFM Shock Sunshine Stars
  • Grange School Wins Zenith Bank/Ikoyi Club Swimming Tourney
  • Lagos Stands Still For Arsenal-MTN Deal
  • Winners Chapel Member Commits Suicide In Church
  • Abduction: Apprentice Yet To Contact Victim’s Family
  • Angry Students Set Robber Ablaze
  • Confusion As Winners Chapel Member Commits Suicide Inside Church
  • Police Burst Suspected Boko Haram Sleeper Cells In Kano, Arrest 53
  • Federal Roads: Umahi Asks FG To Refund N33bn To Ebonyi
  • Halting Spiralling Prices Of Food Items
  • Constitutionality Of The Acting President
  • I’d Been Arrested, Tried, Acquitted –Kashamu
  • CBN Should Further Devalue Naira
  • Flour Mills’ Earnings Hit By FX Crisis, Others
  • NIPOST Appoints New Director For Institute

PREMIUM TIMES

  • Buhari not seriously ill, not in hospital – Presidency
  • “I just spoke to the president’s personal doctor, and he told me President Buhari is not in any serious condition to worry about.”
  • AFCON 2017: Cameroon emerge African champions
  • UPDATE: Why Buhari extended vacation indefinitely
  • Despite Tuface’s Withdrawal, Anti-government Protest Continues, Group Says
  • “We will hold the Lagos Commissioner of Police and the Presidency to their words that citizens have the right to protest.”
  • Nigerian Govt Laments Lack Of Engineers To Repair Faulty Cancer Machines
  • Trump Travel Ban Suffers Another Setback At Appeals Court
  • Dangote Declares 285 Drivers Wanted For Alleged Theft Of 3.5 Million Tyres
  • ”Already, 285 drivers identified to have collected 285 tyres have been declared wanted.”
  • INTERVIEW: LAUTECH Lecturers Will Only Resume On One Condition – ASUU Chairman
  • Nigerians Don’t Need Police Permit To Organise Protests – Senator
  • Lagos Govt Appoints NURTW Officials As Domestic Violence, Rape Ambassadors
  • Buhari Extends Vacation, Writes National Assembly
  • Group Urges EFCC To Take Over Probe Of INEC Officials
  • Ooni Wants Culture Taught In Schools
  • Nigeria Deployed 300 Police Officers Abroad In 2016
  • Oyo Government Criminalises Stigmatisation Against People Living With HIV/AIDs
  • Mother Arrested For Alleged Involvement In Torturing Son To Death
  • Gunmen Shoot Police Officer
  • Bayelsa Donates 1,200-hectares For Ranch Development To Curb Clashes
  • Flush Out Cultists, Vandals From Bayelsa, Dickson Tells New Police Commissioner
  • Bayelsa Govt Justifies N3 Billion Cars For Lawmakers, Security Agencies While Workers Remain Unpaid
  • Secondary School Hostel Razed By Fire
  • Federal Roads In Enugu To Be Completed In 18 Months – Fashola
  • Nigerian Govt To Raise Bonds To Settle Billions Owed States On Federal Roads
  • Borno Dissolves Local Government Administrators
  • Nigerian American University Wins Africa Anti-extremism Competition
  • Angry Brother Of Killed University Professor Write’s ‘satanic’ Shekau
  • Kaduna Relaxes Zangon-Kataf Curfew
  • Kano Govt Commissions Newly Renovated Theatre In Murtala Muhammad Specialist Hospital
  • Trump’s America And History Through The Perspective Of A Catholic Nun, By Adeolu Ademoyo
  • Ibori: Return Of The Golden Calf, By Ken Tadaferua
  • Again At Risk – The Rights Of Lawful Assemblage, By Wole Soyinka
  • Self-Censorship And Security Reports, By Yushau A. Shuaib
  • Africa Is Now In Serious Danger Of Sleepwalking Into A Cancer Crisis, By Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
  • Why Do You Go To Church, By Femi Aribisala
  • Law Enforcement And Silencing The Nigerian Media, By Aisha Hashim
  • Comedian Seyi Law Vows To Join Anti-government Protest
  • “God knows I will be at the stadium tomorrow whether people gather or not.”
  • NCAA Fines FirstNation Airways N32 Million
  • Agency Report | February 5, 2017
  • The airline’s pilot was also fined N1.5 million.
  • Nigeria, Other African Countries To Benefit From N14.7 Trillion EU Fund
  • AFCON 2017: Cameroon Emerge African Champions
  • Nigerian League: MFM FC Near Top Spot As Rangers Lose Derby Clash
  • Jesus Saves Manchester City As Guardiola Snubs Iheanacho Again
  • Winner emerges in football tournament led by Nigerian celebrity coaches
  • Police arrest 400 suspected members of ISIS
  • Iran lifts entry ban on American wrestlers
  • Iran holds military exercise after new U.S. sanctions
  • Court block Trump’s ban, clears Muslim immigrants to fly to U.S.
  • Journalist fatally shot covering street battles

NIGERIAN PILOT

  • Mbaka: Those wishing Buhari dead don’t love Nigeria
  • 2Face chickens out!
  • VP, SGF defy presidential directive on NDPHC
  • Petty criminals, discredited politicians basking on our achievements – IPOB
  • 6,000 students write University of Africa entrance exam in Bayelsa
  • Suspense as Buhari extends vacation
  • We’re committed to equitable sharing of public positions in Nigeria – FCC
  • Rice farmers resolve to boost production
  • Vote of no confidence on Gov Bello – Lawmaker
  • Recession: Jigawa targets 1.5 tons of rice, procures 1000 modern farm implements
  • Cameroon beat Egypt to win Afcon 2017
  • Only Buhari Can Reveal His Own Health Status – Presidency
  • Army establishes Operation Base in Southern Kaduna
  • FG to bridge technology gaps for sustainable development – Onu
  • Tuface succumbs to pressure, cancels anti-govt protest

COMPLETE SPORTS

  • Ideye Stars In Olympiakos Win; Esiti Plays 90 Minutes, Simon Subbed Off In Gent’s Draw
  • Rivers United Coach, Eguma: 3SC Deserved Their Win
  • Amoo Hails 3SC Players, Fans After Rivers United Win
  • LION KINGS: Cameroon Overpower Egypt To Claim Fifth AFCON Title
  • NPFL: Odey Scores Goal No.5 As MFM Shock Sunshine, IfeanyiUbah Edge Rangers
  • Iwobi, Odey, Ideye Up For Complete Sports January Player Of The Month
  • Iheanacho Dropped Again As Jesus Fires City Past Swansea
  • Lookman: Lukaku Scores For Fun – Great Player, I Want To Be Like That
  • Ighalo: I wanted EPL Club, But Watford’s High Demands Stopped It.
  • Wolves Boss Lambert Praises Ikeme Despite Burton Albion Defeat
  • Medrano: FC IfeanyiUbah Must Bounce Back With Win Against Rangers
  • Bassey Ezekiel Eager To Impress At Barcelona
  • Neville Berates Wenger For Iwobi, Chamberlain, Ozil Midfield
  • Friday Bags Brace In Holland; Enyeama Missing; Ikeme Returns For Wolves
  • Burkina Faso Beat Ghana To Claim 2017 AFCON Bronze
  • Moses Hails ‘Massive’ Chelsea Win Over Arsenal
  • Tottenham Edge Boro, Stay Second Behind Chelsea
  • Four Questions Ahead Of IfeanyiUbah, Enugu Rangers NPFL Showdown
  • Lookman Starts As Lukaku Hits Four Goals Past Bournemouth, Hull Shock Liverpool
  • Wenger: Chelsea’s First Goal Not Fair, Second Goal Killed “Naive” Arsenal
  • Oliseh Thankful For Fortuna Sittard’s Away Draw At FC Dordrecht

 

SUPER SPORT

FOOTBALL TODAY

  • Afcon: Cameroon topple Egypt to win Afcon
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  • PL: ‘Improve now or Foxes will go down’
  • Nigeria: MFM stun Sunshine, Plateau stay top
  • Jesus, Mkhitaryan star; Manchester rises
  • ‘Improve now or Foxes will go down’
  • United pile on misery for Leicester
  • Jesus double lifts City to third
  • We went easy on Arsenal – Hazard
  • Cameroon topple Egypt to win Afcon
  • Fitness crucial to Cameroon triumph
  • Elated Broos wants more improvement
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