Top NEWSPAPER Headlines For Today (Tuesday, Feb 9, 2017)

Top NEWSPAPER Headlines For Today (Tuesday, Feb 9, 2017)

NEWSPAPER Headlines For Tuesday, FEBRUARY 7.

See The News That Made Headlines in Top Nigerian Newspapers like THE PUNCH, VANGUARD, THE SUN, DAILY TRUST, PREMIUM TIMES, THE NATION, THISDAY, NIGERIAN PILOT, NIGERIAN TELEGRAPH and other top Newspapers.


  • As Nigerians protest hardship, govt policies, Osibanjo says “We hear you loud and clear”
  • Coastal security: NIMASA targets 100% piracy free 2017
  • Reps probe $9.159bn forex sale on petroleum products
  • Auchi Poly staff on indefinite strike over N1.8bn salary arrears
  • Ambode, Obiano, Collier, others say Africa must invest in infrastructure


  • Osinbajo: no cause for alarm on Buhari’s health
  • Osinbajo to protesters: we hear you loud and clear
  • Lagos -Ibadan, Ilorin-Kano rail lines to cost govt $7.6b
  • IG orders closure of Ondo Assembly
  • Lagos needs $30b for 30 capital projects in five years
  • Military not arming Fulani herdsmen to kill Christians, says Govt


  • Osinbajo: I’m Not Under Pressure to Resign, Buhari is Hale and Hearty
  • Nigerians Protest Poor Governance, Poverty, Hunger
  • FG Unveils Measures to Turn Around Economy, Targets 7% GDP Growth
  • Nigeria’s Priscilla Makes UK Tighten Health Care Rules
  • Fashola: Appointment of AfDB Official as TCN MD Unconnected to $174m
  • House C’ttee Summons Emefiele over Forex Sale by IOCs
  • Ibori Denies Twitter Account, Says He was Not Deported


  • Kaduna NUJ gets new chair as crisis persists
  • Lawyer wants N100m for families of bombed IDPs
  • UN seeks ban of FGM
  • FG orders investigation of claims to HIV cure
  • Protests in Lagos, Abuja over economic hardship
  • Labour unions to protest on Thursday
  • Protest detention of the poor – Obla
  • Boko Haram attacks military base, burns community in Yobe
  • Police arrest 195 rustlers, rescue 21 kidnapped villagers


  • Nigerians defy police, hold anti-government rallies
  • Trump accuses media of ignoring terrorist attacks
  • Nigeria begins negotiations on CFTA adoption
  • Rohr dismisses Cameroon, plans two friendly games next month


  • Money Laundering: FG reviews Ibori’s case-file, to amend charges
  • Wait for four years before judging us- Amaechi
  • We pray for Buhari’s survival but Nigeria is a collapsed nation — Uwazuruike
  • Anti, pro-govt rallies in Abuja, Lagos, Benin, London, Ibadan
  • Avoid comments that can lead to religious war, FG warns religious leaders
  • Fitch rates Nigeria’s upcoming Eurobond B+
  • Buhari hale, hearty; I spoke with him – Osinbajo


  • APC Convention To Replace BoT With Elders Forum
  • Land Import Ban Raises Smuggling Of Trapped Vehicles
  • TSA: CBN To Sanction Banks Over Non-remittance Of NCDF
  • Osinbajo To Opposition: Only PMB Can Disclose His Health Status
  • Ag. President To Protesters: We Understand Your Grievances
  • FG Outlines Economic Recovery Plan, Targets 7% GDP Growth Rate


  • Ambode to phase out danfo this year
  • LASG needs $30bn for big projects
  • N304.1m fraud: Ex-NIMASA boss, Jauro, disowns confessional statements
  • Ibori disowns Twitter account, says I wasn’t deported from UK
  • ‘EFCC probe stalls NIMASA’s contract with Tompolo’s firm’
  • Four okada riders crushed to death in Abuja
  • NRC raises fares for Kaduna-Abuja rail service
  • B’Haram terrorists not Shiites or Sunnis – Iranian envoy
  • Eight killed in Katsina auto crash
  • Nigerians condemning constituency projects ignorant –Senate


  • Eagles must think of Cameroon –Kalu
  • Pro, anti-govt supporters clash in Abuja
  • Anti-Buhari protest: Police barricade venue in Port Harcourt
  • I wasn’t deported from UK –Ibori
  • Gowon, Obasanjo, Jonathan, others to get N400m worth new vehicles
  • Ondo Assembly sealed, adjourns plenary indefinitely
  • I spoke to Buhari, he is hale and hearty –Osinbajo.
  • Good morning and feel free to Like or react on any headline of your choice.

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