INDEPTH NEWSS HEADLINE NEWS IN SOME NIGERIA PAPERS 7TH AUGUST 2017.

• Saraki, Ikpeazu, Dogara, APC decry killings
• Ex-minister, APGA, others condemn killings
• Biometric-based SIM swap to end e-fraud
• Reps to buy N6.1 billion cars for 360 members
• Lagos set to recover 100 assets sold illegally
• Lagos govt committed to Ikeja model city's master-plan
• Troops kill suspected insurgents, recover weapons
• German varsity signs medical MoU with TGMU
• Nigeria, Afghanistan, Pakistan may not meet 2020 education target, says UNICEF
• Board sets 70% local content target to retain $14b
• Why kerosene remains expensive, by IPMAN
• Physically-challenged, 30 others arrested for cultism, robbery
• FG offers monthly savings bond at 14.535%
• Gunmen invade Benue village, kill one, injure many
• Police find AK-47 rifle in bag abandoned by 3 men
• Serial rapist defiles 5-yr-old girl, arrested
• N255m bullet-proof BMW: It's FG's vehicle, not mine ' Oduah
• Those against restructuring are real enemies of Nigeria 'Bishop Okonkwo
• Anambra polls: MASSOB tackles IPOB, urges Biafrans to procure voters cards
• Senate to Nigerians: Judge us by facts, not sentiments
• BoI Disburses N21m to 438 Traders in Bauchi
• NAAPE Threatens to Embark on Strike over Aeros Non-payment of Ex-workers
• Bloody Sunday In Anambra as Gunman Kills Scores In Church
• Kachikwu: Nigeria Lost $60bn to Non-enforcement of PSCs with Oil Majors
• Banks in Dilemma as Customers, Investors Shun Deposits for Treasury Bills
• Arik Faces Maintenance Challenges over Paucity of Funds
• Osinbajo Drops Two ICPC Nominees over Alleged Fraud
• FG Offers Monthly Savings Bond at 13.535%, 14.535% for Retail Investors
• Bird Strike Aborts Med-View's Airlifting of 222 Pilgrims in Kwara
• Forte Oil assures on downstream growth
• Lafarge Africa endorses merger with Unicem
• Nestl boosts investor confidence with N16bn profit in H1 2017
• SDGs: Winners of UBNs centenary innovation challenge emerge
• BVN: CBN extends enrolment deadline for MfB customers
• Naira depreciates to 365/$1, closer to convergence rate
• Why hate speeches, violent killings persist in Nigeria despite FGs dialogue posture Dakoru
• Analysis: Murder in Gods house
• E11 Replaces Ajiniran After ten years of Leadership
• Niger records N5b gross premium
• Wapic assures shareholders of better returns
• Staco shareholder's fund grows by 10.3%
• Dangote Refinery
• Justice for 'Aluu Four
• NASS' travesty
• Ebora's prophecy on Lagos
• We have a story to tell
• E11 elects new officers, denies endorsing governorship candidates
• Senate to Nigerians: Judge us by facts, not sentiments
• Late Bauchi Deputy Governor's wish
• We met decayed port infrastructure that required renewal
• Insurers pay flood victims N168.4m
• Power sector challenges require long-term solutions
• MAN seeks Manufacturing Development Bank
• Equities hit two-year high as investors gain N194b on N114b deals
• Group Urges Malami To Revoke FG's Malabu's OPL 245 License, Discontinue Relationship With Eni/Shell
• Anambra Church Shooting Linked To Indigenes Living Abroad, Governor Says During Visit
• Army holds promotion exams
• Islamic group condemns Anambra church massacre
• Wike sacks Special Advisers
• Ozubulu massacre: President Buhari calls Obiano
• 190,000 sign petition to stop first lady office in France
• Troops kill 13 Boko Haram terrorists
• Couple jailed for rape-murder of Chinese student
• 222 pilgrims escape death as bird strike hits Medview aircraft
• Israel to strip Arab attacker of citizenship for first time
• Igbo must move closer to God ' Cleric
• S' African MPs await ruling on Zuma vote
• Mauritania to abolish Senate, change National Flag
• Air Peace launches Akure flights Aug. 11
• Taliban, IS jointly massacred 50 civilians ' officials
• Rouhani to Trump: Undermining nuclear deal is your political suicide
• Islamic group condemns killing of worshipers in Anambra
• Floods, landslides kill 26 in Vietnam
• Wike sacks Special Advisers
• South African lawmakers await ruling on Zuma vote
• North Korea defiant after new sanctions, rejects talks
• Air Peace to begin Akure flights on August 11
• Kenyans take no chances ahead of high-stakes election
• Troops neutralise over 13 terrorists
• The Best Shoes Of Nigeria
• CAC has reduced business registration filing fees by 50% Mahmud
• 6 months later, no implementation road map for economic recovery plan
• Leather key to tech, economic development
• Court halts Kano 5% consumption tax
• MPC rate slows over N200bn capital raise by corporates
• Notore commended on environmental standards
• SON certifies 11 manufacturers in Sokoto
• Sneijder to sign 1-year contract with Nice
• Were on the same page with foreign based DTigress Ahmedu
• Boko Haram Attacks: 70 Lecturers Quit UNIMAID
• Troops Kill Two Boko Haram Suspects, Disarm IEDs
• Kenya Decides: Is Kenyatta Vs Odinga Another Jonathan Vs Buhari
• UK Dailymail Forced To Apologize To Prosecutor Over Publication Of False Claims By Ibori's Lawyer
• Seven Persons Killed As Heavily Armed Gang Invade Anambra Church
• Bird Strike Forces Med-View Airline To Cancel Hajj Flight To Saudi Arabia
• 90 Days Later: Details Of The Difficult New Struggle To Bring Buhari Back To Nigeria
• Osinbajo To Withdraw ICPC Board Nominees Under Probe For Corruption
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