NEWSPAPER Headlines For Tuesday, March 14, 2017

NEWSPAPER Headlines For Tuesday, March 14, 2017

March 14 Newspaper Headlines.

Check out 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 today.

*PUNCH*

  • Buhari resumes, meets Osinbajo in Aso Rock
  • Should FG grant telcos’ request for direct forex allocation from CBN?
  • IPI introduces self-service portal for Microsoft products
  • Varsity student has two firms, wins national award
  • Labour crisis won’t affect FUTA convocation – VC
  • UI workers begin indefinite strike over ‘illegal’ deduction
  • VC, rector harp on research and innovation
  • ‘Eschew truancy and absenteeism’
  • Tuition-free education no longer realistic, say VCs
  • Ministry reinstates suspended agric school lecturers
  • Commissioner, rector warn students against cultism
  • NBC revokes 54 TV, radio stations’ licences over N5bn debt
  • How to keep your debit card safe from thieves
  • ICPC seizes 220 flats, four guns, ammunition from ex-gov’s aide
  • Unemployment is a security threat – Peter
  • Five reasons to buy a 4G-capable smartphone
  • Stop senseless killings, Anglican Church tells Buhari
  • SON nabs importer who allegedly altered products’ expiry dates
  • We’re dying of hunger, timber traders tell Akeredolu
  • SEC’s tepid response to market infractions
  • Woman breaks four-year-old’s arm, leg for urinating on prayer mat
  • Killer air force man undergoes psychiatric test
  • Man kills landlord for complaining about property
  • Mother of three dies as balcony collapses in Ogun
  • IMSU cultists kill Madonna graduate in Imo
  • Man arraigned for keeping corpse at home
  • Man rapes 81-year-old pensioner
  • Idiots will insult me, killer airman writes in suicide note
  • Man who set girlfriend ablaze in Port Harcourt to die by hanging
  • Stop representing PDP, Sheriff tells Gana
  • BREAKING: Makarfi committee collects N50m monthly from govs – PDP
  • PDP loses more members to APC in A’Ibom
  • Ambode urges support for new environmental policy
  • Bolt to skip World Relays
  • Rohr under pressure to invite domestic league stars
  • Wenger warns fans
  • Adekuoroye wins top award at Bayelsa wrestling
  • Activists vandalise Trump $264m golf course
  • Aregbesola to unveil Osogbo marathon
  • Native doctor lands in hospital after he asked to be shot
  • VIDEO: Davido, Hushpuppi reconcile
  • Davido, Hushpuppi fight dirty over wealth
  • ‘Ghosts’ chase Brazil’s president from residence
  • Instagram features Nigerian activist
  • SARS operatives allegedly brutalise civilians in Eket
  • FG bond’ll boost financial inclusion – NSE
  • Neimeth loses materials to fire, earnings threatened
  • BoI to finance MSMEs in Kebbi with N2bn
  • FirstBank seeks sustainable interest in agric
  • Digital currencies vital to payment system future — CIBN
  • CBN cashless card expo focuses on millennials
  • Ex-beauty queen escapes death as fire destroys her G-Wagen
  • BBNaija: Efe, TTT, Tboss, Debbie Rise up for eviction
  • Bisola: ThinTallTony confesses
  • JUTH nurses shun shift, night duties over unpaid allowances
  • Mixing sports drinks with alcohol dangerous — Ofoefule
  • Kwara gov’s wife decries cancer scourge
  • Womanhood, culture and mental health
  • Kidney failure patient cries out for help
  • Experts suggest ways of reducing kidney diseases
  • IPI introduces self-service portal for Microsoft products
  • NIPOST collapses 38 territories, creates six commercial units
  • Siemens donates $20,000 to UNILAG, Ghana varsity
  • Vapo unveils visa advisory platform
  • Babangida’s PDP military wing, an insult to Nigerians

*SUN*

  • Australia intervenes in North East’s food crisis
  • •IDPs face water shortage in Muna camp
  • How Diezani shared $115m –Witness
  • •As EFCC re-arraigns Belgore, Sulaiman
  • Release Dasuki, Kanu, others unconditionally, Fayose tells Buhari
  • Rivers APC and the multi- billion naira question
  • South-East bad roads, sign of marginalisation –Nebe, Rep member
  • Obaseki, PDP trade words over Edo debt profile
  • • Gov swears in new revenue board members
  • Ghost workers: Adeosun urges cbn to extend bvn to microfinance banks
  • …As Naira appreciates in forex market
  • NASSI woos banks on low interest loans
  • Fidelity Bank customers win N16m in promo draw
  • International friendly : Burkina Faso unleashes Bance, 21 others on Eagles
  • LMC intervenes in clubs’ indebtedness to Emeteole
  • Go Round FC unveils seasons’ jerseys

*VANGUARD*

  • CAF Elections: Wind Of Change Blowing In African Football — Bility
  • Fashola Commissions Transcorp Power’s 115MW Turbine
  • Dangote Refinery To Receive Compressor Trains
  • SON Discovers 8 Flats Where Expired Products Are Repacked For Sale
  • London Friendlies: Traore, Bance Top Burkina Faso Squad
  • Rangers Can Perform Barca Feat Against Zamalek –Ocheme
  • $1.2bn Malabu Deal: Court Defers Ruling On Shell, Agip’s Bid To Reclaim OPL 245
  • 2 Brigade Uyo Assures On Improved Security
  • Delta Govt Wades Into Hostcom, NPDC Rift
  • How FG Made Brass, OKLNG Projects Fail — Gaius-Obaseki, Others
  • SAPELE: The Darkness Of A Town With 2 Power Plants
  • 34m Nigerians Living With Kidney Disease
  • Life Is Hell With End Stage Kidney Disease — Patients
  • Indians Conduct Free Diabetes Testing In Lagos
  • Group Slams Minister Over Sack Of Whistleblower
  • Payment Of 13% Derivation Through Govs Illegal —Ijaw Communities
  • OPLs 321, 323: S-Court Declares Revocation Illegal
  • Naira Appreciates To N454/$
  • Vanguard Gov Of The Year Award: Gowon, Anyaoku, Laud Ayade
  • Saraki, Dogara To Read Buhari’s Resumption Letter Today
  • Engine Failure, Human Error Caused 2012 Dana Air Crash – Investigators
  • BBNaija: Bassey Becomes Head Of House
  • Ed Sheeran Confirmed For Game Of Thrones
  • KSA Embarks On ‘Thank You’ Tour
  • Makarfi Against End To PDPcrisis —Sheriff Faction
  • Release Kanu, Others Unconditionally – Fayose Tells Buhari
  • British MPs Approve Bill To Trigger Brexit
  • Breaking: Buhari Resumes Office, Receives Briefing From Osinbajo
  • Vanguard Awards: How Bagudu, Ayade, Ambode And Obiano Were Celebrated
  • Zamalek Celebrate Rangers’ Massacre
  • Chelsea Vs Man U: Spurs Bar Conte’s Way To FA Cup Final

*DAILY TRUST*

  • FG unbundles NIPOST
  • Dana says AIB recommendations already in place
  • First day of resumption: Buhari spends 3-hour in office
  • Poor decision caused Dana air, report concludes
  • 15 dead as overloaded truck plunges off bridge
  • Anti-corruption fight will succeed if…—Magu
  • Diezani ordered bank to pay out N450m to Belgore, others, witness tells court
  • Buhari is satisfied with my work as acting president – Osinbajo (VIDEO)
  • 521 Migrants including Nigerians, died in Mediterranean in 9 weeks
  • Xenophobia: Nigeria to meet South African President, Zuma
  • Uproar over appointment of lawyers as S/Court, A/Court justices
  • Anumnu, Erewele petitions NBA President over chairmanship tussle
  • How man lost negligence suit against UPS
  • Informing on the Court
  • I have been suffering from arthritis for long now
  • Makarfi sitting tight because of N50m subvention — Sheriff
  • Our report a template for peace — Dickson
  • ‘Kwankwaso may return to PDP’
  • APC staff may down tools over unpaid salaries
  • Rivers re-run: Trial of 23 INEC staff begins today
  • Re: We don’t need Nigerian Peace Corps
  • Kwankwaso meets Aregbesola over Ile-Ife clash
  • Buhari resumes work
  • FG revokes 54 broadcasting licenses
  • Adeosun: Microfinance banks now used as conduit for corruption
  • Etisalat may exit Nigeria over debt default – Report
  • Proposed NLNG Act amendment threatening investors – Baru
  • Manufacturers need encouragement to drive industrialisation – JMG Executive Director
  • 521 Migrants including Nigerians, died in Mediterranean in 9 weeks
  • EX Egyptian president Mubarak to be released: lawyer
  • Death toll in Damascus twin bombings rises to 74, monitor says
  • UN: World facing greatest humanitarian crisis since 1945
  • Twin Damascus bombs kill 46
  • I have been suffering from arthritis for long now
  • Why communities continue female circumcision despite 2015 ban
  • Will Nigeria achieve SDG 3?
  • Towards improving Nigeria’s health sector
  • ‘8 in 10 tuberculosis cases undetected in Nigeria’
  • Brain is ten times more active than previously measured
  • We lost 5 pregnant women monthly in Jagindi Tasha – District Head
  • Daily Trust Jos Bureau Chief, Hir, passes on at 43
  • Oyebode shines at ITTF Italian Junior Open
  • Bala, Bosso, Ilechukwu make LBA February award shortlists
  • My goals will speak to Rohr, says MFM’s Odey
  • Rivers Angels capture Sule, Ayinde, nine others
  • Torres back to training after head clash

*NATION*

  • N500m Paris Club cash recovered from governor
  • CBN moves to check forex abuse in banks
  • Osinbajo: Buhari fit for office
  • Sheriff, Makarfi bicker over governors’ N50m stipend
  • Akeredolu appoints SSG, others
  • Bonny NLNG’s gross revenue hits $90b
  • NBC revokes 54 radio/TV licences
  • Fed Govt to save $200m from fertiliser initiatives
  • Etisalat may exit Nigeria over debt default
  • Not a smooth take-off at Kaduna Airport
  • The road to Lagos Airport
  • Stimulating new, exciting travel culture
  • Fears of mobile termination rate review
  • Exposed: How corruption, favouritism thrive in Unilorin (I)
  • Stakeholders fault shipping policy
  • Xenophobia: Legal options for victims
  • Xenophobia: Threatened South Africans behind attacks, says envoy
  • Ngilari’s unenviable record
  • That Soludo yabis
  • Sand mining in Lagos
  • Amosun signs bills to upgrade MAPOLY to university
  • Ooni’s peace committee meets tomorrow
  • Alaafin advises ICAN on probity
  • Kidnapping: Council chief seeks Ambode’s help on security
  • Osogbo City marathon for launch
  • Railing crushes woman to death
  • Prosecution’s failure to produce witness stalls Jonathan’s cousin’s trial
  • ‘Taking Fanta, Sprite with Vitamin C poisonous
  • PIB motion without movement, says ex-TUC chair
  • December 10 rerun: Wike to submit report to IGP
  • Vice-Chancellors seek ‘commensurate tuition fee’ in universities
  • Portugal offers support for biotechnology activities in Nigeria
  • Leicester confirms Shakespeare appointment
  • Klopp praises ´perfect´ Conte and Chelsea
  • Ozil: My Arsenal future does not depend on Wenger
  • Chelsea knock out FA Cup holder Man United
  • 600 golfers for Ikeja Golf Club Captain Tourney
  • Real Madrid, Barcelona face prospect of three Clásicos in 11 days

*THISDAY*

  • Buhari Resumes, Osinbajo Says President ‘Reasonably Satisfied with His Performance’
  • • N’Assembly gets resumption letter • President directs VP to head mediation team on N’Delta crisis
  • Supply Glut: Banks Now Seek Customers to Buy FX
  • Nigeria’s Proposed Sale of Oft-Bombed Oil Assets Not Easy
  • Customs Backtracks, Says It Won’t Force Car Owners to Pay Duties
  • Makarfi, Sheriff Factions Engage in Accusations and Counter-Accusations of Cash, Car…
  • Dangote Refinery Orders Compressors, Turbines from German Firm
  • FG Sends Delegation to South Africa over Xenophobic Attacks
  • Malabu Oil Applies to Join Suit to Set aside Order Forfeiting OPL 245 to…
  • NSA Restricts Helicopter Shuttle during Abuja Airport Closure
  • NBC Extends Deadline for Broadcast Stations to Pay Their Fees to March 31
  • AIB Blames Human Error, Poor Regulation for Dana Crash
  • Witness Reveals How Belgore, Suleiman Benefited from Slush Funds Allegedly Stashed by Alison-Madueke
  • IPMAN Suspends Planned Strike Following NNPC GMD’s Intervention
  • APC Staff Grumble over Unpaid Salaries
  • JAMB to Begin Sale of UTME Forms March 20
  • Kaduna Govt Warns against Reprisals over Ife Clash
  • Rerun Polls: Rivers to Submit Report of Judicial Commission of Inquiry to IG, Says…
  • Chinese Firm to Deliver Abuja Light Rail Project Next Year
  • Court Scolds NAFDAC over NBC Products
  • Police Arrest Killers of Herdsmen in Southern Kaduna
  • Sharia Police Arrest 120 Suspected Prostitutes in Kano
  • Policemen Batter, Forcibly Detain Building Contractor
  • Court Orders A’Ibom Police Commissioner to Arrest Suspects in Murder Case
  • NNPC: N’Assembly Responsible for LNG Investment Indecisions
  • Youths Protest Removal of LG Chairman
  • RTEAN Deputy Chairman Killed over Internal Crisis
  • FG: Indigenous Power Sector Investors More Dependable, Optimistic
  • Buratai Instructs GOCs to Safeguard Nigeria’s Unity, Sovereignty
  • Buhari Transmits Letter to N’Assembly, Resumes Duty
  • Presidency: Don’t Expect Buhari to Resume in a Dramatic Way
  • Falling Oil Prices Threaten Nigeria’s Earnings, Reserves Accretion
  • Vehicle Owners Mull Legal Action, Ask NCS to Reverse Policy on Car Duty Payments
  • Rice Farmers Enjoy Growth amid Economic Downturn
  • Extend BVN Policy to Microfinance Banks, Adeosun Tells CBN
  • Fidelity Bank Makes More Millionaires in Promo
  • NESG Focuses on Youth Development for Nation Building
  • CIBN Set to Host World Conference of Banking Institutes
  • SystemSpecs Unveils Remita Mobile App
  • British Council Recognises Oluikpe
  • 2018: APC Declares 33 Guber Aspirants Impostors
  • As APC Nears Boiling Points
  • Centenary City Project: Setting the Record Straight
  • Unveiling the Lagos-Ibadan Rail Project
  • A Bloody Clash in Ile-Ife
  • Dalung Places Imo State on Standby
  • B’Faso Lists Veteran Bance for Eagles Friendly in London
  • LMC Intervenes in Clubs’ Indebtedness to Emeteole
  • Porto Faces Herculean Challenge at Juventus
  • Yobe Spends N3bn in Education Sector in Two Months

*PREMIUM TIMES*

  • How Diezani got $115 million, gave N450 million to ex-minister, senior advocate – Witness
  • Diezani Alison-Madueke was also sued for her role in the alleged scam.
  • Southern Kaduna: Police arrest suspected killers of two Fulani herdsmen
  • Court orders arrest of five Imo commissioners, directors
  • PDP Crisis: Makarfi Faction Denies Receiving N50 Million Monthly From Governors
  • Buhari Directs Osinbajo To Head Delegation On Niger Delta Crisis
  • Bamaiyi’s $4.8 Million: Ajudua Challenges EFCC’s Right To Prosecute Him
  • Stop Representing PDP, Sheriff Warns Jerry Gana
  • Alleged N6.8 Billion Fraud: Bank Official Testifies Against Nigerian Ex-aviation Chief, Others
  • Abuja Airport Closure: 1,890 Passengers Conveyed By Road In First 4 Days
  • PDP May Hold Convention Before June
  • TUC Lauds Nigerian Govt On 10 Per Cent Housing Equity Waiver
  • Customs Intercept Container Of Tilapia Fish From Turkey
  • Court Dissolves University Lecturer’s Marriage
  • Crisis Brews In Ekiti As Internal Squabble Results In Death Of Transport Union Leader
  • Woman Killed As Buildings Collapse In Ogun
  • Ogun Formally Converts Moshood Abiola Polytechnic To University
  • Police Arrest Man For Chopping Off Penis Of Nine-month-old Boy
  • Bayelsa Polls: Judicial Commission Submits Report
  • Court Orders Arrest Of Five Imo Commissioners, Directors
  • 2019: Ohanaeze President Should Be More Pragmatic, Strategic – VON DG
  • Alleged N3.2 Billion Fraud: Judge Rules In Orji Kalu’s Favour
  • Abuja Light Rail Project 90% Completed – Minister
  • IG Deploys 350 Armed Police Officers To Kaduna-Abuja Road
  • Over 30 Killed In Adamawa Road Accident
  • Southern Kaduna: Police Arrest Suspected Killers Of Two Fulani Herdsmen
  • Sani Tukur | March 13, 2017
  • Kano Hisbah Arrests 120 Suspected Prostitutes, Drug Addicts
  • Kaduna Security Council Asks Residents To Uphold Peace, Harmony
  • The Ultimate Truth, By Albert Afeso Akanbi
  • NNPC Calls For Passage Of PIB
  • Naira Appreciates In All Segments Of FOREX Market
  • FIRS Boss Fowler Tasks Governors To Give Autonomy To State Tax Authorities
  • Nigerian Govt Extends BVN To Microfinance Banks As ‘ghost Workers’ Migrate There
  • Garbage Dump Landslide Kills 35 In Ethiopian Capital
  • Dutch govt urges travellers to be alert in Turkey following diplomatic tensions
  • U.S. deploys attack drones to South Korea amid tension with North
  • Malaysian PM urges unity as he tries to bring home nationals stuck in North Korea

*NIGERIAN PILOT*

  • Adeosun urges CBN to extend BVN to MFB
  • LG unveils innovative tech clothing care solutions Zeta-web launches IT infrastructure
  • Child labour, poverty in developing economies
  • Buhari government’s Tower of Babel
  • 2019 election dates: Is INEC putting the cart before the horse
    NLNG begins repair of vandalised pipelines
  • Kano Sharia police nabs 120 suspected teenage sex workers
  • Politicians have failed the nation —Senator Mantu
  • Mechanical failure, pilot error caused Dana 2012 crash— AIB Report
  • IPOB vows to stop Gov. Obiano’s second term bid
  • FG needs N50trn to tackle housing deficit —Expert
  • PDP crisis: Makarfi fighting over N50m subvention from governors – Sheriff
  • Give Kanu, Dasuki, others unconditional release – Fayose tells Buhari
  • Rivers Assembly passes RSUST bills, renames Varsity
  • NBC to revoke licence of defaulting companies
  • Nimbo massacre: Group sues AG for non-prosecution of suspects

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