August 15 2017: Today’s Newspapers Headlines in Nigeria

August 15 2017: Today’s Newspapers Headlines in Nigeria

August 15 Newspaper Headlines. The Following Stories Made headlines in Nigerian Newspapers on Tuesday, August 15, 2017. Among others, the following newspapers were reviewed: The Sun Newspaper, Vanguard Newspaper, Punch Newspaper, The Nation Newspaper, Thisday Newspaper, Authority Newspaper, Telegraph Newspaper, Tribune Newspaper and Leadership Newspaper.

NLC backs ASUU as varsity teachers begin indefinite strike
Free-for-all as Edo Assembly impeaches Speaker
Sultan rejects restructuring, advocates devolution of economy
Constituency project is corruption – Obasanjo
Should Buhari resign?
Corruption worsening under Buhari, says Jonathan
We’re not Biafrans, Ijaw youths tell Kanu, others
Investors get FG’s nod to meter electricity customers
Company driver invites gang members to kidnap bosses
Gunmen clash over girlfriend, shoot trader dead
Ogun couple cut daughter’s finger for ritual
Lagos policemen arrested for defilement, attempted murder, robbery
Mudslide kills 300 in Sierra Leone
Fashola photo foundation unveils winners
We chose US for our conference to avoid clampdown –NADECO
Edo House removes speaker, deputy, others
How Abdulsalami conspired with others to make me President — Obasanjo
7-yr-old girl tied up in sack, dumped on roadside by father, step-mother
6 policemen arrested over defilement, attempted murder, robbery
Naira watch: Naira appreciates to N362.5/$ in NAFEX
Presidency to Jonathan: Buhari inherited economy ravaged by mismanagement, corruption
Ozubulu killings: Youths protest reopening of church
Lack of funds thwarts HIV/AIDS control in Jigawa
Video: Edo H/Assembly members fight dirty, kick, throw seats at each other
Register, vote to boost Biafra struggle – BNCSA
Dissolution of Lagos PDP exco unjust — Adewale
Stakeholders identify hurdles against oil production
Agatu crisis victims to get 5,000 units of houses
Pro-Buhari youths hold procession in Kaduna
ALLEGED NEGLECT: Shell, Rivers communities at war
Shell remits $31bn to federation account, NDDC —GM
Anti-Gov’s Lodge protest rocks Uyo
Good news for Eagles as Mikel returns to action
LCCI tackles National Assembly over corporate organisations
Notice of Quit: Don’t panic, we’re on top of the situation — S’East Govs
Anambra guber: We’ve delivered on our mandate –Kalu
Buhari earns $58bn in 27 months to Jonathan’s $454bn in 6 years
Ozubulu massacre: Youths protest church’s reopening
Pay TV revolution: Nigerians to save N9.34tr from subscription –Investigation
Quit notice: South East govs reassure Igbo in North
Northern leaders approved quit order to Igbo –Yerima
Couple nabbed for attempting to use 7-year-old daughter for ritual
Adjoto emerges new Edo Speaker
I never stole Nigeria’s money –Diezani
ASUU strike grounds varsities, as exams, other activities are stalled
Fed Govt accuses lecturers of bad faith as ASUU begins strike
C. Ronaldo suspended for five games
Buhari to Jonathan: your govt destroyed economy
Banks remove $1.2b 9Mobile debt from books
Biafra: Kanu deceiving Ndigbo, says Okorocha
Banire’s ‘misconduct’: Panel begins sitting
FIRS, others share data of high income earners
NIMASA braces for roles in diversification
Man in court for ‘beating’ another with plank
Agriculture holds key, say Osinbajo, Obasanjo, Abdulsalami
Lawyer arraigned for ‘forgery’ in Delta
Edo lawmakers change speaker after free-for-all

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