Top NEWS HEADLINES In The Papers Today (24-01-2017)

Top NEWS HEADLINES In The Papers Today (24-01-2017)

NIGERIAN NEWS HEADLINES FOR JANUARY 24.

Check Out our Top Collection of Newspaper Headlines For Tuesday, January 24, 2017 from The Punch, The Nation, Daily Telegraph, Vanguard, Premium Times, This Day, Daily Trust and Other Top Nigerian Newspapers

THE NATION

  • Buhari insists on Magu
  • Sultan to El-Rufai, others: punish criminals
  • Jammeh: No looted cash on Tinubu’s plane
  • Fed Govt releases N72b for Lagos/Ibadan rail
  • Fed Govt to BBOG: stop grandstanding on Chibok girls
  • OPEC, non-OPEC oil output cuts deal successful, say ministers
  • Inflation: A lexical theory
  • Oyo council poll: ‘We’ve not received court order’
  • How weapons can get onto planes, by experts
  • How to turn economy around, by Peterside
  • MTN Foundation brightens 200 communities
  • Combatting online trolls menace
  • ‘Private sector operation may be difficult’
  • Double jeopardy
  • MPC may hike interest rate to encourage savings
  • Bungled bombing
  • Sheikh Prof. Alhaji Dr. Tragic Mimic
  • ‘Limit appeals to Supreme Court to reduce congestion’
  • Osinbajo: From Davos with love
  • Ambode’s wife launches pupils’ deworming
  • NBA moves to review rules against professional misconduct
  • Police injure 10 as dead teachers’ children protest in Akwa Ibom
  • Traffic locks down Lagos-Ibadan Expressway
  • Bello inaugurates verification appeal committee
  • MASSOB won’t support arms struggle, says Uwazuruike
  • Lamido did not report ‘burglary’ to us, says AIG
  • Biafra: Courts remand 46 agitators in prison custody in Rivers
  • Babatope warns of PDP’s imminent death
  • Man to die by hanging for robbery
  • ‘I never said Oba’s coronation wouldn’t hold without me’
  • Fayemi to graduates: work hard to achieve your dream
  • NYSC deploys 2,600 Batch B corps members to Oyo
  • ASUU sanctions UNILORIN for ‘lawlessness’
  • LAUTECH: Oyo, Osun pay N500m to end crisis
  • Ex- Pillars goalkeeper, Ali Muhammad dies
  • Amoo praises 3SC’s players despite loss
  • Stephen Odey eyes NPFL Goal King crown
  • Russia World Cup 2018 draw to hold Dec. 1
  • NPL: Abdullahi handed eight weeks match ban
  • La Liga group drags 20 pros to Navy Town
  • MTN Foundation brightens 200 communities
  • Combatting online trolls menace
  • ‘Private sector operation may be difficult’
  • MPC may hike interest rate to encourage savings
  • Breweries, oil majors rally equities to modest gain

DAILY TRUST NEWSPAPER

  • Northern govs, traditional rulers meet over insecurity
  • Saraki to read letter on Magu’s renomination today
  • FG cautions BBOG over criticism
  • Senate begins debate on 2017 budget today
  • Buhari, Osinbajo in telephone conversation
  • FG develops 59 strategies to end recession
  • 96% of BoI loans are performing – MD
  • How long are Nigerians to wait for steady power supply?
  • NNPC, Eni sign pact to fix P/Harcourt refinery, Okpai
  • Equities gain N2.7bn
  • Nigeria Customs sacks 48 senior officers
  • Lufthansa aircraft loses gear on Abuja airport runway
  • PDP a sleeping lion — Fayose
  • Ohanaeze will not desert MASSOB, IPOB — Nwodo
  • Kwara: Parties reject extension of caretaker c’ttees
  • …court stops Oyo LG polls
  • UPP schedules April for convention
  • $11m missing after Jammeh flies into exile
  • Police banned from marrying foreigners
  • Four soldiers killed in helicopter crash
  • Hundreds of prisoners released
  • Bishop is new anti-corruption chief
  • Why every woman of reproductive age needs iron supplementation
  • Medical expert urges regular breast checkup
  • Giving succour to people with eye problems
  • Group to hold free cancer screening
  • Why you shouldn’t ignore varicose veins in your legs (Part 2)
  • Iheanacho’s loan move ruled out
  • Golbe: Plateau Utd not ready for title favourite’s label
  • Zaki targets NPFL highest goal scorer award
  • Eguma furious over strikers’ profligacy
  • ‘NTF on course to grooming world beaters in tennis’

THE SUN NEWSPAPER

  • FG has political will to drive economic recovery, growth plan – Udoma
  • Northern govs, others angry over poverty, insecurity in zone
  • • ‘We’re now laughing stock’
  • Recession: Govs shunned Okonjo-Iweala, Sanusi’s plea to save –Obi
  • We’ll use all means possible to achieve Biafra –Egemba
  • Gombe: APC,PDP flex muscles in LG polls
  • 2017 budget’ll take Nigeria out of recession -Azubogu
  • OPS demands review of ban on 41 items
  • …Urges inclusion in committee on Ease of Doing Business
  • Oil workers kick against fuel price hike
  • ‘Recession fuelled by poor economic planning’
  • Battle for City shirt…: Iheanacho won’t surrender to Jesus
  • Dolphin Golf Club: 20 pros storm Navy Town for La Liga group tourney
  • NPFL: LMC fines Abia Warriors, suspends referee
  • The League Management Company have fined Abia Warriors the sum of N250,000 for the unruly behaviour of…

VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

  • Northern Nigeria Now Blighted By Crime, Insecurity—Gov Shettima
  • N-Delta Leaders Move To Reconcile S-South Govs
  • Global Energy Demand To Increase By 40% — OPEC
  • Okonjo-Iweala, Sanusi Begged Us To Save But We Refused —Ex-gov Obi
  • Man, 37, Docked Over $267,000 Love Scam
  • Economic Growth Sustainable If Driven By Private Sector —Osinbajo
  • Ogbeifun Tasks FG On Resolution Of N-Delta Crisis
  • Edo Goes Tough On CDAs, Outlaws Collection Of Revenues By Individuals
  • Reps Summon Kachikwu, GMD NNPC, NPA Over Petrol Pump Price
  • Rivers Police Arraign 45 Pro-Biafran Agitators For Treason
  • Ministers, Top N-Delta Govt Functionaries Brainstorm On Region’s Security
  • House Of Reps Orders Closure Of Unregistered Pharmaceutical Outlets
  • TURKISH COLLEGE KIDNAP: Victims Starve As Kidnappers Run Out Of Foodstuffs
  • Iheanacho’ll Fight For City Spot, Says Dad
  • Internet Users Decline By 536,346 Subscribers In December
  • No To Discrimination In Katsina Varsity
  • Rann IDPs’ Camp Bombing Victims’ Families Want Compensation
  • Rivers Police Arraign 45 Pro-Biafran Agitators For Treason
  • Why Completion Of East-West Road Was Stalled, By N-Delta Ministry
    Buhari Asks Senate To Make U-turn On Magu, SGF
  • Quit Whining, No Body Owes You Anything, Fayemi Tells Nigerian Youths
  • Outrage Trails Pension For Ex-govs, Deputies
  • Only 10.8% Of Nigerian Workers On Pension Scheme – NBS
  • Your Attack On Buhari Counter-productive, Lai Mohammed Warns BBOG
  • Junaid To Presidency: Stop Lying To Nigerians About Buhari’s Health
  • Actor Uche Maduagwu Accuses Beverly Osu Of Lesbianism
  • Burna Boy Threatens Music Channel, MTV Base
  • Singer Naomi Mac Set To Perform Three Hours At Hard Rock Café
  • Beauty Queen Tackles Crime With Football
  • 12 Housemates For Big Brother Nigeria Relaunch
  • State Of Nation: Buhari Speaks With Osinbajo From UK
  • Southern Kaduna Killings: Buhari, El Rufai Playing Politics With Lives Of Nigerians – PDP
  • In His 22-year Rule, Jammeh Built Two Roads Named After Himself, Wife
  • Rangers: Strikers’ Form Worries Chukwu
  • Aubameyang Laments Gabon’s Poor Showing
  • AFCON 2017: Egypt To Play Ugly Against Ghana – El Hadary
  • Nadal Battles Past Monfils

NEW TELEGRAPH

  • Abuja Airport Runway Grounds Lufthansa Aircraft –FG
  • Fuel Pricing: N145 Per Litre Exploitative, Say Reps
  • Fayemi: I Once Drove Taxi, Worked As Security Guard
  • How Nigeria Can Exit Recession – OPS
  • Reps Quiz BOI Boss Over N500bn Airline Intervention Fund
  • Dangote Cement Rewards Distributors With N2.4bn Bonus
  • Ex- AIGs Sue Buhari
  • …allege illegal retirement IG, PSC, AGF to appear in court Policemen seek IGP’s intervention over promotion
  • Senate’s ‘coup’ Against Ndume
  • Why Northern Govs Convened Talks With Emirs – Shettima
  • Not Yet A United House
  • Time To Rethink Nigerian Airports’ Security
  • Why We’re Supporting Health Sector, By Sterling Bank
  • Nigeria’s Crude Oil Revenue Hits N37trn In 3 Years
  • Residents Raise Alarm Over Abandoned Gateway Hotel
  • Stock Market Opens Week With Marginal Gain
  • ‘Rental Value Of Prime Office Space Will Fall Further’
  • Fighting Corruption With Corruption?
  • Pinnick: No Plan To Host U-17 AFCON
  • Alonso: Moses Key To Chelsea’s Good Run
  • Belgium Win 2017 All Star Women Football Carnival
  • Enyeama Hails Troost-Ekong’s Performance
  • Sundowns Return For U-23 Eagles’ Keeper Daniel
  • Aussie Open: Ball Girl Thanks Tsonga
  • Turkish School: Abductors Accept Ransom
  • …as parents besiege police college •Farm workers’ abductors reduce ransom to N2m, give 24-hour deadline
  • Wife Begs Court: My Husband Often Beats Me To Stupor
  • Man To Die By Hanging For Stealing Motorcycle, Phone
  • Police Smash Syndicate Recruiting Job Seekers Into Fake FSARS
  • Bush Meat: Hunter Kills Pastor, Wounds Three In Benue
  • Ex-minister, Saka Saadu, Dies At 83
  • Saving IDPs From Hunger, Death
  • 2019: PDP, APC Renew Rivalry In Ebonyi
  • Defection: Effiong Upsets The Apple Cart
  • Time To Rethink Nigerian Airports’ Security
  • Biggest Crude Exporter And Its Kerosene Scarcity
  • NAICOM Cracks Down On Insurers’ Huge Mgt Expenses

PREMIUM TIMES

  • 236 people buried after IDP camp bombing by Nigerian jet – Official
  • The military have explained the bombing of the Rann camp was an accident.
  • Nigerian govt announces strategies out of recession
  • Nigerian Army vows to charge PREMIUM TIMES for ‘fraudulently obtaining’ military information
  • Nigerian Govt Rejects BringBackOurGirl’s ‘impudent’ Language
  • The government says the BBOG has no need for “grandstanding”.
  • Gambia: Barrow Appoints Vice President
  • The president is to return to Gambia on Tuesday.
  • I’m Not Aware Of Magu’s Re-nomination – Buhari’s Aide, Ita Enang
  • “I am not aware of that discussion and I don’t want to speak on the matter because I don’t have details.”
  • Jonathan’s Former Aide Says Statements To EFCC Not Voluntarily Given
  • Buhari Re-nominates Magu As EFCC Chairman
  • States Support Audit Of Bailout Funds – Official
  • Nigerian Army Denies Reabsorbing Dismissed Soldiers
  • Ex-education Minister Dies At 80
  • Nigerian Govt Assures Of Corps Members’ Safety
  • “My Husband Often Beats Me To Stupor,” Divorce Seeking Wife Says
  • Man Sentenced To Death For Stealing Motorcycle, Phone, Money
  • PDP: Fayose Meets Gbenga Daniel, Jerry Gana, Jimi Agbaje
  • Ajimobi Signs Oyo Violence Against Women Bill Into Law
  • LAUTECH Receives N500 Million To Pay Salaries – Vice Chancellor
  • Family Vows To Sue Council Over Suspension Of Benin Chief Priest
  • Gunmen Kill Man, Injure Another In Plateau
  • 50 Houses Burnt, 200 Persons Displaced In Land Dispute – Officials
  • Borno Govt, UNICEF Open School For 4000 Displaced Kids
  • Immigration Officer Arrested For Attacking Place Of Worship
  • Governor Faults Petition Linking Him With Alleged N46 Billion Fertilizer Scam
  • Did Minister Babatunde Fashola Get It Wrong?, By Simbo Olorunfemi

    Madam Minister, Please Don’t Borrow $30 Billion For Our Unborn Children!, By ‘Tope Fasua
  • Eleven Actions Required For Speedy Economic Turnaround, By Atedo Peterside
  • Weak Tailwinds And A Sick Economy, By Uddin Ifeanyi
  • Comedian, Baba De Baba, Under Fire Over Rape Skit
  • Big Brother Naija Re-launched With 12 Contestants
  • Nigerian Lawmakers Ask BOI To Explain N500 Billion Airline Intervention Fund
  • Dollar Slips, Shares Unstable

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