Newspaper Headlines For Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Newspaper Headlines For Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Today’s Newspaper Headlines.

Today’s 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

  • Cracks in FG as minister counters Buhari’s aide on US travel advisory
  • I got seized N3bn as gifts during ceremonies –Yakubu
  • FG unveils economic recovery plan, to raise VAT on luxury items
  • New Lagos-Ibadan rail project for completion in 2018 – Osinbajo
  • What has Obasanjo’s generation done for Nigeria?
  • 171 more Nigerians repatriated from Libya
  • Slain player’s dad, police in a war of words
  • Rivers rerun: INEC officials named, face seven counts for receiving N350m from Wike
  • PDP committee proposes June 30 for convention
  • Nigerians have lost confidence in all arms of govt –Osinbajo
  • Reps demand account of seized cash, others from EFCC

THE SUN

  • Vehicle duties: Senate blocks Customs
  • Abuja airport to be shut by midnight today, says minister
  • Ethiopian Airlines makes inaugural flight into Kaduna
  • Osinbajo kicks off N458bn Lagos-Ibadan rail project
  • FG targets 4.62% GDP growth in new recovery plan
  • Kanu defeats FG at ECOWAS Court
  • Robbers kill policeman, 5 others in Ondo bank robbery
  • PDP leaders offer to visit Buhari in London
  • Osinbajo to Onnoghen: Restore confidence in judiciary
  • Army issues security alert on Abuja hotels

VANGUARD

  • Nigerians ‘ve started seeing APC’s change — Sen Ojudu
  • Fans rain boos, abuse down on Wenger
  • We owe our political freedom to Tinubu — Gov Shettima
  • Xenophobic attacks: Senate delegation to S-Africa unnecessary —Reps
  • CBN pumps $1.12bn into forex market in 2 weeks
  • 171 fresh deportees from Libya arrive Lagos airport
  • Senate directs Customs to halt vehicle duty ultimatum
  • How Dasuki’s aide, others used 5 firms to divert N36.8bn —EFCC

BENUE AMEBO NEWS

  • Pastor Enenche’s elder brother, Col. Enenche, now military spokesman
  • Idoma born Wilson Innalegwu now Kogi State Commissioner for Police
  • Negligence: Governor Samuel Ortom should visit Och’Idoma palace and apologize to him -Hon. McDickson
  • Noah
  • Benue LG Poll: We have the capacity and the ideal connection to take our Ogbadibo higher -Hon. Iwodi Friday Adogo
  • Ado: Hon. James Oche is the man sent to us to lead Ado LGC -Ijigban youths

THISDAY

  • GE Partners Tony Elumelu Foundation on Lagos Garage
  • Halogen Bridges Gap on Abuja Airport Closure with Security Solutions
  • DHQ Gets New Spokesman
  • Buhari’s Health: Presidency Should Stop Using Phone Calls to Deceive Nigerians,…
  • EFCC Tells Court Why Ex-NNPC GMD’s $9.7m will Not Be Released
  • Ugwuanyi’s Judicial Victory Well Deserved, Says Group
  • House to Consider Legislation on AMCON Clearance for Govt Contracts
  • Oil Marketers Meet NNPC, Others, Seek to Resume Petrol Importation
  • Osinbajo: How I will End Corruption in Nigeria
  • NNPC Subsidiary, NAPIMS, Squanders $9m on Staff Redeployment
  • 171 Stranded Nigerians in Libya Return Home
  • PCNI Acquires Operational Office in Taraba
  • Three Killed as Custom Officers, Car Dealers Clash in Kwara
  • Robbers Attack Bank in Ondo, Kill Five Persons
  • Escalation of Killings in Ogoni Worries Abe
  • Court Sentences Tor Tiv Impostor to Four Years in Prison
  • NEITI: How Nigeria’s Regulatory Agencies Aid Oil Revenue Fraud
  • FCT Police Nab Seven Suspected Armed Robbers
  • Beggars Protest, Shut down Lagos Assembly
  • House Demands Inventory of Seizures, Forfeitures to EFCC
  • N’Delta Women Demand Direct Allocation of 13 Percent Derivation Fund
  • N’East Zone Calls for Dialogue over Church Crisis
  • Oil Communities Kick against Diversion of 13% Derivation to State Govts
  • GMOs: Biosafety Agency Moves to Strengthen Ties with Customs
  • Shettima: Why We Named Estate after Tinubu
  • Lagos Certifies 3A Auction House, Nine Others
  • Bayern Humiliates Arsenal with Crushing Defeat
  • All is Set, Says Govt as Abuja Airport Closes at Midnight Tuesday
  • FIRS Generates N27bn from Tax Waivers, Registers 814,000 New Taxpayers
  • Devt Partners Explore InfraCredit Model to Catalyse Infrastructure Financing
  • China’s FX Reserves Hit $3tn
  • Stanbic IBTC Assures Shareholders on Sustainable Growth
  • Bulls Return as Dangote Cement, Transcorp Gain at Stock Market
  • Companies Move to Restructure Foreign Currencies Loans to Mitigate Losses
  • Sheriff Threatens Disciplinary Action against Disloyal Staff Politics
  • Defection: Labour Party Asks INEC, Senate to Declare Omo-Agege’s Seat Vacant
  • Party Chieftain: PDP Like-Minds May Form New Party If Sheriff Wins
  • Female Executives, Let’s Up the Ante – Part 1
  • Dickson in the Hot Seat
  • Expectations High After Osinbajo’s Imo Visit
  • AIG: Building a Platform for African Leaders
  • Teenage Golf Prodigy Oboh to Inspire Greensprings Students
  • Top Players in Killer Mood as SNEPCo Junior Tennis Serves off
  • Upsets Rule Kandaval Cup T’tennis Tourney
  • Enrique Dreams UCL Biggest Comeback as Barca Takes on PSG

DAILY TRUST

  • Landover Company condemns picketing by Union, says it’s terrorism
  • Lawmaker tasks varsities on training of railway engineers
  • Sage kicks off African summit with a promise to revolutionize small businesses
  • CBN aims to have market-determined exchange rates – official document
  • Nigeria to sell N130 billion bonds on March 15
  • Nigerian stocks post biggest daily gain for 6 months
  • More women join Israel’s army combat units
  • Senate asks Customs to suspend policy on vehicle verification
  • Sex Scandal: Apostle Suleman’s wife defends him says photos are fake, photoshopped (VIDEO INCLUDED)
  • Osinbajo to Onnoghen: Restore confidence in judiciary
  • AuGF: 17 ministries failed to account for N24.3 billion
  • Senate rejects Customs’ plan to impound vehicles
  • Osinbajo to Onnoghen: Restore confidence in judiciary
  • Reps probe EFCC over seized assets
  • $9.8m: Andrew Yakubu demands N1bn, apology over arrest
  • Fayose, others mull new party
  • PDP willing to visit Buhari – BoT Chair
  • Stocks market posts N189bn gain, biggest in 6 months
  • Police arrest Kogi civil servant over N21.9m double salaries
  • Southern Kaduna: 5 arrested for writing ‘fake’ threat letters
  • Osinbajo flags off Lagos-Ibadan rail
  • Railway Corporation increases Abuja-Kaduna train frequencies
  • Debt: NCC moves to rescue Etisalat
  • Why we named estate after Tinubu – Shettima
  • Women living with HIV are stigmatized – UNAIDS
  • Bauchi emirate suspends Waziri Bello Kirfi
  • Southern Kaduna: 5 arrested for writing ‘fake’ threat letters
  • Another batch of 171 Nigerians repatriated from Libya
  • Govt bans commercial motor cycles, street begging, hawking
  • NUJ mourns former Daily Times MD, Onukaba

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