August 16 2017: Today’s Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria

August 16 Newspaper Headlines. The Following Stories Made headlines in Nigerian Newspapers on Wednesday, August 16, 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.

PUNCH
Buhari shunned official for undermining Osinbajo, says presidential aide
Dissolution: S’West PDP excos sue Makarfi, others
Quit notices must be stopped, says PDP BoT
Support FG agric scheme, Okorocha urges NYSC
APC, PDP disagree on state of the nation
NSCDC operative killed
PAUL NWOSU, ‘Kwankwaso still APC member’
Pensioners flay Aregbesola for allegedly paying aides N50m
Restructuring: N’Delta leader backs Obasanjo
Strike enters third day, ASUU says negotiation hasn’t started with FG
Stone-throwing mob attacks #ResumeOrResign protesters, damages Charly boy’s car
Drama as Pastor Adeboye kisses, lauds wife

VANGUARD
Like Obasanjo, I consulted Adeboye before becoming VP — Osinbajo
Notice of Quit to northerners, Yoruba: N-Delta leaders, stakeholders disagree with militants
Ozubulu: Police invite Ikegwuonu
Many killed, as terrorists loot, set 2 Adamawa communities ablaze
Protesters should go look for work, says Garba Shehu as pro, anti-Buhari groups clash in Abuja
CBN injects $364m as naira depreciates to N370/$ in parallel market
We got over 5,000 whistleblowing tips – Adeosun
Lockdown in varsities continues as ASUU, FG begin talks
Biafra: Kanu moves to quash fresh charges against him, 4 others

GUARDIAN
Government records 5000 whistleblowing reports in eight months, says Adeosun
Niger Delta group asks Yoruba, northerners to disregard quit notice
Suspect lynched for kidnapping three school pupils in Lagos
Two youths shot dead in Lagos Island mayhem
ASUU strike may end in two days, says government
Pro-Buhari protesters attack The Guardian reporter, Charly Boy, others
Nigeria may go the way of Rwanda, Congo DR, says Ezekwesili
Oyo bans churches, mosques from using outdoor speakers
ASUU: UNILORIN opts out, says it didn’t get notice
NBA 2017 Annual General Conference begins Friday
Katsina to spend N23b on roads, electricity
ASUU Strike: Exercise paralyses activities at Ekiti varsities
NABTEB releases May/June 2017 results, suggest ways to improve enrolment
CBN injects $364m into inter-bank forex market
‘We are in recession because APC is clueless’
‘Coaches ‘messed up’ Nigeria’s medal chances in London’

THISDAY
Suicide Bombers Kill 27, Wound 83 in Borno
Presidency: Buhari Good Enough to Continue in 2019
ASUU Downs Tools
Mudslide Buries Hundreds in Sierra Leone
FG Receives 365 Actionable Tips from Whistleblowers
Amaechi Defends Cost of Chinese Funded Railway Projects
Forex: CBN Takes Further Step to Crash Parallel Market Rate
FG Appeals to ASUU to Suspend Strike, Reaches Accord on Audit of N30bn
Suicide Bombers Kill 27, Wound 83 in Borno
Presidency: Buhari Good Enough to Continue in 2019
ASUU Downs Tools
Mudslide Buries Hundreds in Sierra Leone

NATION
Forensic audit of N30b given to ASUU coming
Buhari: Traders attack Charly Boy, others in Abuja
Telecoms sector FDI hits $68b, says NCC
Ribadu: unholy alliance working to scuttle anti-graft war
Anxiety in APC over Kwankwaso
‘The hard work of climbing out of the hole has begun’
Police suspend special promotion
ASUU interrupts research conference at UNILAG
Ondo Assembly confirms 18 commissioner-nominees
Celebrities to fans: join us on Western Lotto, get N1000 game money
Ambode advises NYSC members on community development
Grid expansion: TCN gets $1.55b from donors
CLI: Lagos’ pill for waste management.

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