HEADLINES In The NEWSPAPERS Today (Feb 2, 2017)

HEADLINES In The NEWSPAPERS Today (Feb 2, 2017)

NIGERIAN NEWSPAPER HEADLINES FOR FEBRUARY 2.

Check Out our Top Collection of Newspaper Headlines For Thursday, February 2, 2017 from The Punch, The Nation, Daily Telegraph, Vanguard, Premium Times, This Day, Daily Trust and Other Top Nigerian Newspapers

 

PUNCH NEWSPAPER

  • Arms cash: Obanikoro returns N30m, to pay N417m more
  • FG to raise VAT on champagne, other luxury items
  • Ambode endorses death penalty for kidnappers
  • Worst leadership is in the church, says Adeboye
  • FG to raise VAT on champagne, other luxury items
  • Ambode endorses death penalty for kidnappers
  • Hijab: Muslim women lament harassment
  • Egypt win shootout to reach AFCON final

VANGUARD

  • Obiano vs Okorocha: Okorocha should keep quiet when serious govs are talking — Obiano
  • RECESSION: Foreign investment inflow down by $4.5bn in 2016
  • 41 Nigerians sent home by UK arrive Lagos airport
  • Power supply improves slightly to 3,528 MW
  • Stockbroker in N4.8bn share scam, remanded in Ikoyi prison
  • Onnoghen: Presidency warns against blackmail, says Buhari has done nothing wrong

DAILY TRUST

  • FG sets up task force over rising cost of food items
  • Nigeria reiterates stand not to withdraw from ICC
  • Army kills 6 Boko Haram terrorists, lost 3 soldiers, 5 wounded
  • Michael Okpara varsity discovers new cure of HIV/AIDS
  • FG cedes TCN mgt to ADB
  • 75 associations seek registration as political parties — INEC
  • Ex-FCT minister’s son remanded in prison
  • Ighalo pens emotional letter to Watford fans after China

THE SUN

  • FG moves to force down food prices
  • FG offers power firm for $538m foreign loans
  • Obiano bombs Okorocha again
  • UK deports 41 Nigerians for violating immigration laws
  • Lagos okays death penalty for kidnappers
  • Andy Uba dumps PDP for APC
  • Only Nigerian medical doctors abandon patients to go on strike –Osagie
  • Soldier bags 7-year jail term for killing civilian
  • FG allocation not enough to curb crimes, others –IGP

TNE NATION

  • Buhari’s power sector revival pill sparks crisis
  • Fed Govt sets up panel to bring down food prices
  • Forex trading: CBN to suspend defaulting banks for eight weeks
  • Magu: Legal battle begins over confirmation
  • Court remands ex-minister’s son in prison
  • Power generation rises to 3,528 megawatts
  • Dasuki: Court rejects N2b suspect’s bid to travel abroad for treatment

BUSINESSDAY

  • Investors shun Nigeria’s assets on foreign exchange risks
  • FAO launches tool box to improve food safety February 1st, 2017
  • TCN floats $200mn funding scheme to rehabilitate existing transmission lines
  • Reps give SEC 7 days to correct employment irregularities
  • FRSC begins nationwide full enforcement of Speed Limiting Device

THISDAY

  • FG Approves New Tax Policy, to Raise VAT on Luxury Goods
  • TCN Gets Go Ahead on New Project Financing Model, Seeks Private Funding
  • UK Deports 41 Nigerians for Immigration Offences
  • Foreign Capital Importation Dropped to Nine-year Low in 2016
  • Nigerian Woman Racks up £500,000 NHS Bill after Giving Birth to Quadruplets in London Hospital
  • N420bn Illegal Crude, Diesel Seized by Nigerian Navy in 2016
  • Andy Uba Dumps PDP, Defects to APC
  • Protesters, Thugs Stop Mimiko from Presenting 2017 Budget to Ondo Assembly

DAILY TRUST

  • FG cedes TCN mgt to ADB
    Ex-FCT minister’s son remanded in prison
  • FG sets up task force over rising cost of food items
  • Reprisal killings frustrating S/Kaduna peace efforts — DSS
  • 6 B/Haram insurgents, 3 soldiers killed in Northeast — Army
  • Osinbajo inaugurates population commissioners
  • Nigeria against mass withdrawal from ICC
  • Navy confiscates N420bn crude, diesel
  • Delta CJ urges govs to sign death warrants
  • Army kills 6 Boko Haram terrorists, lost 3 soldiers, 5 wounded

THE GUARDIAN

  • Stockbroker’s N10 billion scandal rocks stock market
  • British government deports 41 Nigerians, others over immigration issues
  • Foreign reserves hit $28b, CBN warns banks over failed settlements
  • Gabon 2017: El Hadary takes Egypt into Cup of Nations final
  • Rex Tillerson confirmed as US secretary of state

LEADERSHIP

  • Citing Low Tax Regime, FG Approves New Policy
  • African Union Asks Member States To Quit ICC Over Injustice
  • Power Crisis: Manufacturers To Set Up Generating Plant
  • Nigeria Secures $1.5bn Loan From China For Lagos-Ibadan Rail
  • el-Rufai Not Against Any Religion – Archbishop
  • Kogi Assembly Passes Confidence Vote On Gov Bello
  • Democratic Institute On Verge Of Closure As PDP’s Financial Issue Worsens
  • *Nigerian Tribune*
  • Nigerian UK deportees arrive Lagos Airport
  • Donald Trump nominates Neil Gorsuch as Supreme Court justice as Democrats warn of tough confirmation battle
  • We will investigate SGF, Sani insists As committee meets APC NWC
  • Arms deal: Court turns down Obadina’s request to travel abroad for medical treatment

 

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