Top Headlines In The News Papers Today (17-01-17)

Top Headlines In The News Papers Today (17-01-17)

NIGERIAN NEWS HEADLINES FOR JANUARY 17.

Check Out our Top Collection of Newspaper Headlines For Today, Tuesday, January 17, 2017 from The Nation, Daily Telegraph, Vanguard, Premium Times, This Day, Daily Trust and Other Top Nigerian Newspapers.

VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

  • How I Survived Attacks From Biafrans Over Grazing Bill — Imo Lawmaker
  • Nnamani, Nwobodo, Others To Undergo APC Registration In Enugu
  • NFF Targets Everton’s Lookman For Eagles’ Call Up
  • Senate: My Election, Restoration Of Party Supremacy — Lawan
  • Ugwuanyi Appoints Zik’s Son Special Adviser
  • Osinbajo In N-Delta: Ijaw, Itsekiri Differ On Maritime Varsity Site
  • INSECURITY: Lagos CP Allays Fears On Agege Bomb Scare
  • Biafra: Cleric Warns Against Continued Detention Of Kanu
  • Agents Row Robs Iheanacho Of N120m Deal
  • Military Determined To Rescue Chibok Girls—Defence Minister
  • Man Shot In Fresh Ogbe-Ijoh, Aladja Gun Battle
  • Oil Prices Drop As Doubts Over Output Cuts Mount
  • LASSA FEVER: NCDC Confirms 9 Deaths, 20 Cases In 7 States
  • NERC Ranks Enugu DisCo 2nd On Performance
  • N3.98bn Water Project: Umahi Orders Contractor Back To Site
  • FG Inaugurates C’ttee On BoA Restructuring, Recapitalisation
    Senate Vows To Make NOUN World Standard
  • Obazee Not Fired Because Of Adeboye – Presidency Source
  • Reps Summon N-Delta Minister Over East-West Road Contract Agreement
  • LASSA FEVER: NCDC Confirms 9 Deaths, 20 Cases In 7 States
  • Turkish College Kidnap: Abductors Reduce Ransom To N750m
  • FG Begs SSANU, NASU, NAT To Suspend Strike
  • How Prof, 6 Others Were Killed In UNNMAID Mosques Attacks
  • IMF Affirms Nigeria’s Recovery From Recession, With 0.8% Growth Forecast
  • Bribery Charge: FG Tenders Evidence Against Justice Ademola, SAN
  • EFCC Investigates Alleged Missing N500m Chibok Safe School Funds
  • I Accepted Because He Proposed In Public- Sarah Ofili
  • Davido Shades D’Banj In New Single?
  • Prayers Answered, Julius Agwu Returns Home
  • Kogi Election Petitions Tribunal Reserves Judgment Till January 18
  • Photo: Vice President Yemi Osibanjo’s Visit To The Olu Of Warri
  • Trump Questions Why US Is Spending Money Fighting Boko Haram
  • Bisi Akande, One Of The Pillars That Sent Jonathan Packing – Buhari
  • Corrupt Nigerians Are Too Vocal For My Liking – BOLA AJIBOLA
  • Venus Avoids Australian Open First Round Upset
  • CAN 2017: Kabananga Strikes As DR Congo Upset Morocco
  • Alexis Sanchez Admits Defrauding Spanish One-mn-euro In Tax Fraud

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DAILY TRUST NEWSPAPER

  • Suicide bomber kills Prof, 4 others in Maiduguri
  • BBOG, FG team visit Sambisa
  • FG alone can’t solve Niger Delta problems – Osinbajo
  • Saraki, Atiku, others visit Kure’s family, mourn late ex-gov
  • Court asked to remove Magu from EFCC
  • Nigeria’s GDP: IMF projects positive growth 2017
  • 2017: S/South, S/West gulp 52% of federal roads budget
  • NSIA, GuarantCo set up $200m infracredit firm
  • Gas scarcity to ease as NLNG vessel discharges
  • Over N30b unclaimed dividends paid so far – SEC
  • APC fully in charge in Senate — Oyegun
  • Ekweremadu divides Enugu APC over defection
  • Rivers re-run: Wike asks court to stop police probe
  • I would be too old to be governor by 2019 — Ndume
  • Sheriff under pressure to challenge Buhari in 2019 — PDP chieftain
  • NYSC 2016 Batch B stream II orientation begins Jan. 24
  • Northern Ireland forced into election despite British PM’s intervention
  • Hundreds of U.S. Marines land in Norway, annoy Russia
  • 2017 Armed Forces Remembrance Day: Buhari’s march-past (VIDEO)
  • Osinbajo calls for synergy to solve Niger Delta problems
  • Court asks NNPC to reinstate sacked worker
  • Police intercept 2 trucks loaded with 145 children in Jos
  • Air Force strikes Boko Haram new hideout in northern Borno
  • Air Force clears new Boko Haram hideout (VIDEO INCLUDED)
  • Pastor arrested after prophesying Mugabe’s death
  • Turkish cargo jet crash kills 37
  • Gambians flee ahead of Barrow ‘inauguration’
  • Court upholds ruling halting transfer of islands to S/Arabia
  • Music festival shooting kills five
  • Elite police to hang for murders
  • NHIS covers cancer, other tertiary ailments – Prof. Usman
  • Why you shouldn’t ignore varicose veins in your legs
  • What is gastrointestinal perforation?
  • Expert urges pregnant women to donate placenta for biomedical research
  • Meals to avoid while pregnant
  • Jordaan welcomes Nigeria, South Africa AFCON draw
  • Nigeria’s Oyinlomo, Marylove clash in ITF final
  • Iyorhe confident Lobi will bounce back against Pillars
  • Onaolapo, Makanjuola get Hungarian Open tough draws
  • Olowora hails Ambode for embracing marathon, road races

THE NATION NEWSPAPER

  • Air Force flies Ezekwesili, others to Sambisa forest
  • Suicide bomber kills Prof, four others in UNIMAID
  • Reps reject N305/dollar exchange rate for budget
  • Osinbajo: how to develop Niger Delta
  • Court rejects Jammeh’s request to stop inauguration
  • Fed Govt shops for N500b to recapitalise BoA
  • NLNG floods Lagos with 13,000 tonnes of cooking gas
  • IPMAN accuses NNPC of corruption
  • No bomb in Agege, says Lagos govt
  • Pen and sword in a changed landscape
    Dangote eyes 3,000 jobs with truck assembly plant
  • Promoting entrepreneurship among youths
  • Much ado about minimum wage
  • Demystifying Fashola
  • Not the anti-Christ
  • Should govt regulate churches, mosques
  • Three days in Wawa country
  • Agonising anniversary
  • Storied first storey
  • Group hail Bello over staff verification
  • Be upright, Ahmed urges judicial officers
  • Ex-Rep, lawyer charged with stealing
  • Ondo motorcyclists get ultimatum
  • ‘How lawyer bought N8.5m car for judge’s son,’ by witness
  • Knocks for corporate begging on Glo’s Professor Johnbull
  • Muslim congress warns against shielding criminals
  • Court to police chief: place convicted oil magnate under watch
  • Adeboye: Nigeria will experience pleasant surprises this year
  • Two herdsmen remanded in Ekiti
  • Nnamani, ex-Speaker to join APC
  • Yobe University sets medical college
  • College dismisses six staff for gross misconduct
  • Obaje heads for Turkey
  • Bala blames defeat on poor marksmanship
  • ABANDONED NPFL GAME: FC Ifeanyi Ubah suspend top official • Loses a month salary
  • Plateau United grab N500,000 for Remo win
  • Bala blames loss of concentration, poor marksmanship for defeat to MFM
  • Neymar knocks Messi off as the most valuable player

NEW TELEGRAPH NEWSPAPER

  • Atiku: Forget 2019, Nigerians Are Hungry
  • 7-year-old Bomber Attacks UNIMAID, Kills Prof, Others
  • OPS To FG: Hike In AGO, Gas Prices Killing Economy
  • Prof. Aliyu Usman Mani
  • 2017 Budget: FG Adjusts MTEF, FSP
  • Court Hears Suit Challenging Transfer Of Kalu’s Trial To Lagos Feb 6
  • Youths Protest Alleged Witch-hunt Of Patience Jonathan
  • tacks UNIMAID, Kills Prof, Others
  • OPS To FG: Hike In AGO, Gas Prices Killing Economy
  • Raising The Bar Of Women Participation In Politics
  • E-governance: Sokoto State’s Example
  • 2016: Second Safest Year In Aviation History, Best For Nigeria
  • FG Targets Multi-million Dollars Revenues From Mineral Resources
  • Dealing With Nigeria’s Worst Enemies
  • Supreme Court Adjourns Pinnick, Giwa’s Case To May 9
  • What Do The Igbo Want? (2)
  • As America And The World Wait For Trump
  • Governance Code Targetted At Adeboye –Prof. Akintola
  • FRC Code: The Issues, The Controversies
  • It’s Your Turn
  • PTSD, The Military And A Caring Society
  • Shop Owners Dig Holes To Hide Illicit Drugs
  • Man Strangles Wife, Throws Body Out Of Window
  • Why APC govt has not performed, by senators, NWC
  • Insurgency: Propaganda As Boko Haram’s New Tactics
  • Leader of the Boko Haram sect, Abubakar Shekau continues to “resurrect” each time he is declared dead by military authorities, but
  • Battle Of Octogenarians
  • Oyo LG Polls: APC To Conduct Primaries Friday
  • Season Of Impeachments
  • Restructuring’ll Not Dismember Nigeria – Kaka
  • Turning Nigeria’s Offshore Fields Into New Turf
  • Power Sector Records N1.1bn Loss In One Day
  • Forex: Telecoms Subscribers May Get Poorer Services
  • Lagos Airport Lacks Capacity For Foreign Carriers’ Flight Diversion, Says Ojikutu
  • Stock Market Advances On Sustained Bargain Hunting
  • NiMet, Katsina Ink Deal On Climate Services
  • Adeboye’s Resignation, FRC And Sundry Matters
  • NDUKA UGBADE: Eagles Can’t Afford To Bungle AFCON Again
  • NFF Woos Lookman To Play For Nigeria
  • Home Defeat: Amapakabo Carpets Rangers Players
  • Senegal’s Spirit Pleases Coach Cisse
  • Hungarian Open: Onaolapo, Others Get Opponents
  • ACCESS BANK LAGOS CITY MARATHON: Olowora Hails Ambode For Embracing Road Races
  • Abductors Send Message: Pay N300m For Sick Turkish National Before She Dies
  • Lagos Dispels Fear Of Bomb Scare
  • Police Arraign Ex-lawmaker, Lawyer For Theft
  • Banker Jailed 6 Months For Stealing N834, 780
  • Woman Seeks Divorce Over Husband’s Alleged Late Outings
  • Wife Wants To End Marriage Over Sister In-law’s Interference
  • Stopping The Killings In Southern Kaduna
  • 7-year-old Bomber Attacks UNIMAID, Kills Prof, Others
  • 2016: Second Safest Year In Aviation History, Best For Nigeria
  • FG Targets Multi-million Dollars Revenues From Mineral Resources

THISDAY NEWSPAPER

  • Court Grants FG’s Request to Amend Suit against Total, Chevron
  • ‘Abuja Airport Closure Best Option for Safety’
  • Ex-House Member, Duru Arraigned for Alleged Theft
  • Two Killed as Soldiers, Armed Gang Engage in Shootout in Bayelsa
  • Two Herdsmen Remanded for Destruction of Farmlands in Ekiti
  • Police Intercept Two Trucks with 145 Children in Jos
  • LASG: Killers of LASTMA Commander Arrested
  • Gunmen Abduct Medical Worker in Sokoto
  • Relief as NLNG Vessel Discharges Cooking Gas in Lagos
  • NPC, Sahara Take Delivery of Two LPG Vessels, to Clear Supply Logjam
  • FC Ifeanyi Ubah Slammed with N9.15m Fine for Abandoning Season Opener
  • IMF Predicts 0.8% Growth for Nigeria in 2017
  • Varsity Lecturer Killed in Explosion
  • Hunters Kill Seven Boko Haram Insurgents in Shootout
  • 2017 Budget: ‘Public Trust Will Ensure Sustainability’
  • Etisalat Shortlists 3 for Literature Prize
  • ‘Cutting Cash Would Be a Boon for the World’s Poor’
  • Wood Mackenzie: New Projects in Upstream Oil and Gas Industry to…
  • Dangote’s Multi-million Dollar Truck Assembly Plant to Create 3,000 Jobs
  • Fashola Advocates ‘Undercover Bosses’ for Power Distribution Companies
  • Edo Election Tribunal: Ize-Iyamu, PDP Begin Tendering Documentary Evidence
  • Rivers Re-Run: Wike Asks Court to Stop FG’s Probe
  • Attorneys-General as Errand Boys
  • Corporate Governance for Churches: A Miscarriage of Regulation
  • UBA’s New Ambassadors
  • Two Disasters Too Many
  • Nigeria’s Failure to Tap into Global Tourism
  • Imama Chides Rangers Players for Opening Day Flop
  • Olowora Hails Ambode for Embracing Marathon Culture
  • StarTimes, HS Media Group Formalise Partnership on Bundesliga
  • Togo Holds Cup Holders Cote d’Ivoire in Group C Opener

PREMIUM TIMES NEWSPAPER

  • Nigeria must be prepared for future where oil has little value, Osinbajo warns
  • “Our oil won’t be as precious as it is today in the next 20 to 30 years,” the vice president warned.
  • Gambia: Jammeh’s ploy to remain in office legally truncated by Supreme Court
  • How senior Nigerian lawyer bought N8 million car for judge accused of corruption – Sales Rep
  • Ex-lawmaker Arraigned For Theft
  • Gambia: Why I Should Remain – Jammeh Boasts

 

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