August 14 2017: Today’s Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria

August 14 2017: Today’s Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria

August 14 Newspaper Headlines. The Following Stories Made headlines in Nigerian Newspapers on Monday, August 14, 2017. Among others, the following were reviewed: The Sun Newspaper, Vanguard Newspaper, Punch Newspaper, The Nation Newspaper, Thisday Newspaper, Authority Newspaper, Telegraph Newspaper, Tribune Newspaper and Leadership Newspaper.

PUNCH
Economic legacy: APC chief, Balarabe Musa tackle Jonathan
PDP attacks Osinbajo, calls him a figurehead
Kwara: We’ve lost 74 people to strange illness, community leader insists
NCF warns against killing of vultures
Youths’ inclusion in leadership will curb agitation — UNDP
IYC warns youths against kidnapping, piracy
Quit notices: An eye for an eye will blind Nigeria, Atiku warns
Kenyan poll: Obasanjo, Osinbajo congratulate Kenyatta
FG pledges to protect diplomatic personnel
Nothing’ll make me dump APC – Oni
LASG bans okada from transporting meat
Ambode seeks more investment in sports
Lassa fever: Ogun places 106 under surveillance

VANGUARD
One week after Ozubulu killings: Panic, as gunmen kill two near Onitsha church
Buhari should be embarrassed by police treatment of #OurMumuDonDoprotesters — Falana
Boko Haram kills four, torches homes in Borno village
MEND pulls out from PANDEF
UPDATE: Policeman, another killed by gunmen in Onitsha
Group threatens to declare Bendel Republic if…

THE NATION
Jonathan under attack for ‘we did well’ claim
Wrest power from old politicians, Obasanjo tells youths
45,312 pensioners for verification
We’ll make abductors of Lagos school boys give up arms, says Akeredolu
Ondo workers reject modulated salary
$60m World Bank project for Abia
Kashamu to PDP leaders: don’t kill our party in Southwest
Gunmen kill policeman, civilian in Anambra
States ignore flood warnings, says NiMet DG
Youths key to Nigeria’s future, says UK envoy
‘10,000 farmers can’t access N350m donor fund’
Three remanded for ‘killing don’ in Rivers
Atiku: state of residence should replace state of origin

THISDAY
Skye Bank Unveils New Digital Solution, SkyeXperience
Atiku in Secret Talks With PDP Over Presidential Run
European Museums Plan Summit on Return of Benin Bronzes to Nigeria
Saraki Promises Swift Passage of Petroleum Industry Bill Components
Africa Initiative for Governance Announces Inaugural Scholarship Recipients
Buhari: I Think I’m Fit to Return Home, But My Doctors Will Give the Go-ahead
With a Successful Convention, PDP Ready to Take on APC in 2019
Three LUTH Doctors Infected with Lassa Fever, Investigation Reveals

GUARDIAN
School feeding programme takes N6.2b in 14 states
Military, UN end rift as Boko Haram kills four
Labour unions, Akeredolu disagree over N7.6b Paris Club loan refunds
MASSOB, Arewa youths dare FG to re-arrest Kanu
Local insurers lose 90% of big risks to foreign firms
Group lauds anti-graft drive, urges tighter supervision of projects
Government working hard to meet electoral pledges, says minister
Firm deploys consolidated payment solution for recurring bills
Obasanjo challenges youths to fight for leadership positions​
Delta police boss commends democratic policing, warns against hate speech
DSS arraigns eight kidnap suspects in Port Harcourt court
Operators urge caution in legislative oversight, investigative functions
‘We killed our royal highness for resisting being kidnapped’.

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