INDEPTH NEWSS HEADLINE NEWS IN SOME NIGERIA PAPERS 4TH AUGUST 2017


• Edo govt bans use of schools, roads for social events
• Boko Haram: Trump okays $600m bombers for Nigeria
• AGF to get reports on Diezani's, others' cases
• AGF: No rift with EFCC
• States lose easy access to foreign, local loans
• Health insurance for Oyo workers, contractors
• Police dismiss four for theft in Jonathan's home
• Oyegun's APC leadership lacks focus, says Saraki
• 1,000 kidnap suspects in police net, says IG
• How to curb kidnapping, terrorism, by security experts
• Osinbajo to African govts: provide for your citizens to avoid irregular migration
• Experts push for maternal, child deaths reduction
• Suicide: You have no right to self-terminate
• Don makes case for new uninalysis technology
• How to save NHIS, by HMOs
• LASPOTECH workers begin indefinite strike
• Unilorin, Origin Group partner on honey production
• Final year student dies 28 days to graduation
• Unilorin, Origin Group partner on honey production
• Final year student dies 28 days to graduation
• Aluu Four: Justice at last
• I'm ready to take bullet for KSU students
• Foetus found in hostel
• Ex-CAMPUSLIFE man bids for Kogi Assembly seat
• Why students need efficient counsellors, by don
• No strike at Salem varsity
• Faculty elects leaders
• Jaiz Bank grows profit by 312.3% in first half
• NNPC eyes $16b from Shell, Chevron deals
• AMCON, EFCC collaborate to recover N4.6tr debts
• MTN's subscribers dip
• Spinning firms lead at Commerce & Industry awards
• USAID: Farmers' sales hit N396b
• Wabba decries employers non-remittance of pension fund
• Consumers face expensive yam as sellers raise prices
• Lawmakers endorse ITF's building project
• Ngige to labour: support Employees Compensation Act
• Olu Onagoruwa (1936 ' 2017)
• Still on restructuring
• What's wrong with loving one's country
• Understanding Fayose's Obsession With The Military
• An attention-grabbing burglary
• Ekiti PDP, APC at war over lawmaker's suspension
• Akinwunmi: A father's wish
• When 'll Lagos PDP crisis end
• Plateau PDP appeals to former members to return to the party
• Okagbare seeks another slice of history in London 'As 16th IAAF World Championships begin today in London
• Ambode: Lagos to acquire aircraft for waterways surveillance
Court jails 50 policemen over strike
• Police send 'wish you were here' postcards to wanted criminals
• FG reintroduces History into curriculum
• Govs/senators' files: Magu must act on AGF's letter, Presidency insists
• IG explains why kidnapping occurs in schools'says Evans' trial will be fair
• Never ignore black spots on your legs and feet
• Knocks as Ortom says President Buhari's illness makes Nigeria sick
• Adeboye's wife receives Africa Leadership Award
• Epe pupils: Parents hold thanksgiving, share testimonies
• Being sexy makes me unique 'DJ Preddy
• Real reason I parted ways with Fela -Duro Ikujenyo
• Ambode, Lai Mohammed for Ugboma's Hall of Fame launch
• MBGN's 30th anniversary'll be explosive -Guy Murray Bruce
• How I got inspiration for Eyin Nikan Soso -Arese Daniels, gospel singer
• How Lagbaja made me better musician 'D'Plus
• Agatha Amata to women: Re-discover yourselves
• Day Ekpoma varsity stood still for Glo Mega Music show
• MOVIE: Much ado about Okafor's Law
• Ambode seeks new police area commands for Ikorodu, Badagry
• Babangida under attack over Twitter comment on job creation
• Five Ways To Make Clothes Look Expensive
• LL Cool J to become Kennedy Center's first hip-hop honoree
• So You Think You Can Dance' winner jailed for domestic abuse
• Osinbajo seeks sub-regional solutions to insecurity in West Africa
• Lagos arraigns 28 adults, 12 minors for homosexuality
• Fayemi not cleared by panel in alleged N852.9m theft, says SUBEB
• Malami denies rift with Magu over prosecution of high-profile cases
• Bolt rival De Grasse out of World Championships
• Paucity of funds affecting Nigerias participation in World Wrestling Championships
• Moses, Tomori train for one hour, Morata returns early
• Fountain University set to admit FOSLA academy players
• NBBF decamps U-16 team, reaffirms commitment to players welfares
• Babalola, Imeh rivalry highlights NCC Tennis League opener
• Abia Warriors will finish well in the league, says Biffo
• FG interested in devolution of powers Ngige
• Im not fighting anybody Banire
INEC gives update on CVR
• How we overcame the turbulence in Senate 'Saraki
• AUDIO: I am APC member 'body and spirit' 'Saraki
• 2019: NASS will conclude INEC Act amendment in 2017 'Saraki
• Our quit notice stands, Arewa youths tell Igbo
• No special privilege for anybody in PDP 'Makarfi
• Tinubu, Akande, Oyinlola, Obanikoro, others storm Ilesa for Aregbesola's mum fidau
• If Buhari is sick, Nigeria is sick 'Ortom
• DMO tightens access to loans by states
• Kogi Speaker resigns over thugs invasion of Assembly
• Fraud and hypocrisy called restructuring
• The emerging culture of political thuggery
• Oil communities want PIB Bill on 10% equity passed
• The menace of child marriage
• ERA canvasses state of emergency on Ogoni clean-up
• The Authority Icon: RICHARD MOFE DAMIJO
• Wike: The sun also rises in Rivers
• Playing seer, Obasanjo identifies impediments to new Nigeria, Africa
PSG sign Barcelona forward Neymar for world record 222m euros
• Remita's disruptive mobile app throws banks off balance
• Flutterwave's expansion drive gets over $10 million boost
• Beyond comfort, security matters in choice of accommodation this summer
• Egypt to top $10billion FDI target this year, Minister says
• Dangote Flour Mills 463.05 profit surge validates growth strategy
• Sage deepens cloud financial management solutions with $850 million acquisition
• Oriental Energy in ambitious N700m housing project for host community
ASUU ban and Bello's overzealousness
• Domestic, sexual violence: Redefining its reportage
• Badoo: Lagos procures surveillance aircraft soon 'Ambode
• Day Ekere danced the David's dance
• Shocking confession of policeman held for robbery
• Police: Our men looted Jonathan's residence
• Chichi Iro: I'm not afraid of Cerebral Palsy stigma
• Govs advised Buhari not to return in hurry 'Ortom
• Power Ministry saves FG from N119bn judgement liability
• Quit Notice to Igbos Stand ' Arewa Youths
• Kogi Speaker resigns amidst crisis
• INEC Chairman, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu addressing participants at a capacity building workshop for political parties
• Pic: Alhaji Abdul Hassan, eldest son of the late Alhaji Maitama Sule after a meeting with the Kano state Governor
• Calabar Channel: Niger Global collected $12.5m for undone job ' NPA
• My husband demands too much sex, wife tells court
• No time to rest yet, Buratai tells troops
• Gunmen kill 73-yr-old pensioner in Ekiti
Group Asks Saraki To Refund All Monies He Collected As Pension
• U.S. Approves Sale Of 12 A-29 Super Tucano Aircraft To Nigeria Despite Concerns
• Kalakuta Museum: Where Fela's Spirit Lives On
• Seven Deadly Sins Of Nigerians By Rudolf Ogoo Okonkwo
• Lagos State Arraigns 40 For 'Engaging In Homosexuality
• We Have Not Rescinded Quit Notice To Biafran Igbo - Arewa Youths
• Group Set For Sit-Out To Demand President Buhari's Impeachment Or Resignation In Abuja, London
• Nigerian 'Leaders' - A Gruesome Failure In Leadership By Ij Onuigbo
Niger Delta elders: We've withdrawn the ultimatum given to FG
• US approves sale of $593m fighter jets to Nigeria
• Sowore: Saraki fraudulently procured the order which blocked Sahara Reporters' accounts
• Niger Delta elders meet Osinbajo ' 72 hours after issuing ultimatum
• Homosexuals' arrested in Lagos hotel arraigned in court
• Aisha Buhari back from London as Nigerians await return of president
• Speaker resigns as Kogi assembly crisis deepens
• Our quit notice stands, Arewa youth tell Igbo
• EFCC: Conflict between us and AGF' Corruption is fighting back!

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