INDEPTH NEWSS HEADLINE NEWS IN SOME NIGERIA PAPERS 3RD AUGUST 2017.

Nod for CRS, IRS separation
• AGF demands EFCC's reports on 'serious' cases
• Agency probes senator's $34.5m deal with NPA
• $175m foreign airlines funds trapped in Nigeria
• Delegates stand for Ladoja, Akala at PDP parley
• Youths promoting hate speeches, says Osinbajo
• Suspected cultists kill 73-year-old pensioner
• Stop DSS from investigating corruption, financial crimes, says Falana
• Anambra poll: Court refuses to hear motion seeking to stop Nwoye
• FEC okays N20.6 billion for road contracts
• Our fear on PIGB, by stakeholders
• Traditional/herbal solution for family planning
• Marigold flower, Eye Promise, water soluble Vitamin A
• AUST enhances cancer research with World Bank grant
• Build peaceful homes
• Tai Solarin's education legacies live on, says protg
• Senate passes Free, Compulsory Education Bill
• NLA seeks facility in basic schools
• FUNAAB for world varsity games
• Be your ward's best friend, parents advised
• Six-year-old pupil memorises Qur'an in one year
• Why Nigerian varsities should adopt Korean system
• Peaklane celebrates class of champions
• DisCos, EFCC partner to fight corruption
• Floods: Coalition urges stoppage of dredging, revisit of EIA
• Venezuela's chaos can spark oil price increase
• Govt blamed for low investments in renewable energies
• Lagos, NGO collaborate on WASH policy
• Greener Lagos: Ambode hails PPP, solicits more support
• Securing the future through sustainable city
• NNPC, firm collaborate to boost oil production
• Output cut to dominate OPEC, non-OPEC meeting
• NLNG chief seeks human capital development in oil, gas
• Let work begin
• Adebayo Faleti (1921 ' 2017)
• Poor education and intolerance
• Between Boko And Borno Haram
• By their roads
• Nigerian leaders need to listen
• Government should restore confidence in Nigerians
• Olumilua: I have what it takes to develop Ekiti
• Senate makes u-turn on restructuring
• For Nigeria, no more future in oil
• Kogi speaker resigns
• Ladoja, Alao-Akala send representatives to PDP meeting
• Commissioners' list: Ondo women accuse Akeredolu of bias
• APC chief flays party's attitude to restructuring
• Why we've not conducted Anambra Central senatorial rerun 'INEC
• Financial autonomy for judiciary is a jurisprudential issue ' Basiru
• Nigeria's political structure anachronistic ' Sen. Ohuabunwa
• Analysts react as IMF says threats to Nigeria's economic recovery high
• First family, National Secretary, destroying APC -Duhu alleges
• Face-off: Senate, Presidency should embrace peace ' Ex-Kebbi deputy gov
• Constitution amendment: Why devolution of power failed -Chukwukere
• Reps and its investigation into illegal diversion of N11b NNPC products
• 2019: No party can win without restructuring ' Pearse
• Only God can remove Buhari ' Pastor Odoom
• Russia 2018 World/Cup : My family'll kill me if Nigeria fails to qualify 'Mikel
• Eagles job excites Italian goalkeeper trainer
• Bolt: Dopers must stop or athletics'll die
• Trump grudgingly signs Russia sanctions into law
• Exclusive breastfeeding does not mean sagging breast
• Nigeria's stockbrokers set to trade in Britain, others
• Cisco appoints Meads VP Middle East, Africa
• Samsung graduates 72 technicians, pledges to promote technical skills
• USP chief celebrates NAFDAC on Kaduna lab accreditation
• Lagos State disburses N515m to 252 pensioners
• Pigeon pea endorsed for gynaecological cancers, menopause symptoms, others
• Bharti Airtel records $52m profit from Africa's operation
• On funding Nigeria Police
• Plug tax leakages and curtail waste
• Probe the killings in Bakassi
• Nigeria and World Population Day
• Conference to end farmers/herdsmen conflict
• Talk to your REPS & Senators
• How Ortom will win again in 2019 APC chair
• We must walk the talk Suswam, Moro
• LASPOTECH workers begin indefinite strike
• Charly Boy, AGN eulogizes Fela 20 years after his death
• Nigeria, Singapore sign pact against double taxation
• Tinubu, Akande others for Aregbesola's mum fidau
• Be cautious in your utterances, respect each other, Osinbajo urges Nigerians
• Osinbajo, APC state chairmen meet in Presidential Villa
• 15,000 teachers to sit for professional exams 'TRCN boss
• FG declares state of emergency in science and technology sector
• Reps to probe alleged assault on UNIOSUN students by Air Force personnel
• Iheanacho completes 25m pounds Leicester switch ...Gets options for jersey number
• UN sponsored workshop provides solution to greenhouse emission
• Recruit trained Health Record Officers in fed, state ministries
• Partner with GFF CSOs working group, Magashi advises FG, states
• Breastfeeding: The best legacy Nigeria can bequeath to next generation
• NFF, Yusuf bow to clubs pressure, releases CHAN Eagles for NPFL actions
• English FA: Victor Moses to miss EPL opener
• Russian wife spurs Mikel to ensure Eagles world cup ticket
• Group accuses Radiographers board chairman of highhandedness, unlawful conducts, intimidation ...Accusations baseless-Board Chairman
• MTN's return to profit masks hard times in Nigeria's telecom sector
• How a society that fights corruption looks like
• Recession weakens purchasing power of Nigerians
• IMF says 0.8% growth not enough to reduce Nigeria's poverty rate
• Egypt FX reserves hit record $36bn but debt surges to $74bn
• Nigeria's banking industry still under threat from non-performing loans ' Bisi Akodu
• The national gas policy ' examining the six critical success factors
• A Review of the Nigerian Electric Power Sector Recovery Program
• NBA-AGC 2017: MEMBERS' COUNTDOWN
• Road crashes claim 15 daily between January, June ' NBS
• Rwanda Election: Paul Kagame Set To Extend Rule
• Ondo Women 'Marginalized' In Gov. Akeredolu's Political Appointments, Group Says
• Hollywood Hino' Selected To Participate In Obama's My Brother's Keeper Initiative
• Skye Bank Amala And Other Stories From Ibadan By 'Tope Oriola
• OBJ, Fayose And The Libyan Idol By Louis Odion
• 5 reasons people don't succeed at work
• 2019: Youths urge genuine reconciliation in PDP
• National ID card must for int'l passport renewal ' FG
• Challenges for new ALGON executives
• Why Senate rejected power devolution to states ' Saraki
• Former IG Mr. Mike Okiro, DIG in charge of ICT, Mr. Foluso Adebanjo during the inauguration of anti-cattle rustling tools for animal
identification and tracking
• Ubah charges corruption c'ttee on his application
• Lagos gives boat operators, dredgers 7-day ultimatum to comply
• Ogoni clean-up, relocation of oil companies ' the issues causing friction between FG and Niger Delta leaders
• EXTRA: NaijaBet opens betting on when Buhari will return
• 19 things you probably didn't know about Fela Anikulapo-Kuti
• Osinbajo: Those making marginalisation charges want political appointment
• MEND pulls out of deal with Niger Delta elders
• N30tn probe: Senate threatens to arrest CEOs of Glo, Dana Group
• PHOTOS: Osinbajo hosts state chairmen of APC at Aso Rock
• Fayose: There should be a shake-up in the military
• Lawyer to MEND: You are cowards' PANDEF has no affiliation with militants
• Breaking ' A Bill Has Been Passed for Whistle Blower Protection.
• Mob Set Sterling and Diamond Banks on Fire After Policeman Killed Tanker Drivers at Apapa
• How I Discovered My Husband's Secret Wife, Child on Facebook ' Spouse
• See What FRSC Says About Leaked Video Manipulated, Absolves Officials of Blame.
• Osinbajo: Acting President urges youths to promote Nigeria's unity narratives
• Osinbajo: FG approves N20bn for road reconstruction in Plateau, Kwara
• Sports: There are 3 distinct classes of NFL teams this season and the Patriots are in one all by themselves
• Politics: In John Kelly's orderly White House, Trump is 'picking up his game' and 'rattling off stats' in meetings
• Saraki: Senate summons Glo over alleged N30trn revenue leakage
• INEC: Electoral body seeks media support toward free, fair elections
• Yakubu Gowon: Ex-President asks youths to avoid anything that threatens Nigeria's unity
• Trump: US President grudgingly signs Russia sanctions into law
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