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    Here are the major headlines for Saturday, October 07, 2017

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    • Kachikwu Meets Buhari, Keeps Mum as Baru Meets Osinbajo
    • …President Receives CJN, Supreme Court Judges
    • Sultan of Sokoto: Anybody Who Kills for Religion Will Go to…
    • We’ll not Be Intimidated into Negotiating with Criminals, Insists Obaseki
    • Ooni, Nwosu Decry Proscription, Tagging of IPOB as Terror Group
    • Monkey Pox Epidemic Cases Rise to 13 as Bayelsa Govt. Battles Scourge
    • Hoodlums Attack Customs Officials in Kwara
    • Nigeria 3rd on Global Child Malnutrition
    • Gunmen kidnap Kogi Magistrate, Demand N100m Ransom
    • Ugwuanyi Presents Pilot Licenses
    • Workers Strike: Benue Assembly Investigates State Executive Over Non-Payment of Salaries
    • Ijaw Youths Urge FG to Replicate $100m IDPs Fund in N’Delta
    • Glo Storms Makurdi with Comics
    • Fashola Commends Sukuk Investors as Adeosun Presents Cheques
    • Youths Protest against SARS Operations in Rivers
    • Bishop Okonkwo Blames FG’s £20 Post Civil-War Policy for Rot in Igbo Land
    • Govt Officials Advised to Adopt Responsible Investment Principles
    • Jethro Tours Opens Tourism School
    • Peter Abel vs the FBI in “The False Truth”
    • Adekunle Ajasin University Alumni Convention 2017
    • 200 Farmers Get N43bn from CBN’s Anchor Borrowers Loans
    • Ugwuanyi Presents Pilot Licenses
    • Ooni, Nwosu Decry Proscription, Tagging of IPOB as Terror Group
    • Youths Protest against SARS Operations in Rivers
    • Adekunle Ajasin University Alumni Convention 2017
    • Edo State will not be intimidated into negotiating with criminals, Obaseki…
    • FG to Shut Down NERFUND over N17.5bn Bad Loans

    (www.thisdaylive.com)

    • 2019: Nigeria’ll never accept PDP again –Ajomale, Lagos apc chairman
    • It’s no big deal if actresses sleep their ways to the top
    • PDP’LL CRUSH APC IN 2019 –ISHOLA FILANI
    • Why pdp will regain power in 2019 –Bode George
    • Jonathan at Rhodes Forum, calls for reform of UN
    • Ekiti 2018: Fayose charges INEC, FG on credible poll, predicts PDP win
    • Alleged $25bn scam: Wike accuses APC of plunging Nigeria into worst corruption pit
    • Buhari meets S/Court judges at Aso Rock
    • Biafra can never die –Ikedife
    • MYSTERIOUS! WOMAN MARRIED TO DEAD MAN FOR 5 YEARS
    • Nigerian Breweries honours journalists with N6m cash prize
    • Youths protest against SARS in Rivers
    • FG seeks multi-purpose TV sets for Nigerians
    • Monkey pox: Bayelsa steps up preventive measures
    • Elumelu Foundation hosts 1,300 entrepreneurs from 54 countries
    • Farmers in 29 states get N43b CBN loan
    • Theresa May reacts to quit calls
    • Jonathan at Rhodes Forum, calls for reform of UN
    • Pope Francis advocates safer Internet for kids
    • What Buhari told me on Biafra agitation – Gov Umahi
    • PDP ‘ll form government in 2019 –Akitoye
    • Basketball: NBA legend tasks Nigerian youth on leadership, health
    • Russia 2018: WE’RE BATTLE READY FOR ZAMBIA – MIKEL
    • How Matharoo Sisters got billionaires ruffled

    (www.sunnewsonline.com)

    • Nigeria vs Zambia: Five players that can ruin Super Eagles’ day
    • Danish police find decapitated head of Swedish journalist
    • No comment, says Kachikwu after meeting with Buhari
    • Monkeypox: Bayelsa residents avoid handshakes,
    • Trump rolls back Obamacare provision for free birth control
    • Merkel confirms ready to govern with liberals and Greens
    • Turkey’s Erdogan says Syria rebels in new Idlib operation
    • FG appoints 13-member governing board for FERMA, MD NEMSA
    • Russia strikes kill 120 IS fighters, over 60 ‘foreign mercenaries’ in Syria: Moscow
    • Rohingya militants say ceasefire to end on October 9
    • Those who kill in the name of God will go to hell, says Sultan
    • Catalonia cloud lingers as Spain shine on road to Russia
    • Nadal outlasts Dimitrov to reach Beijing final
    • Halep powers to number one and Beijing final
    • US rout Panama, edge closer to World Cup
    • Nigeria vs Zambia: Five Super Eagles players to watch out for
    • Eagles should be thinking of winning World Cup, says Erico
    • CBN and financial inclusion growth speed
    • Cross River will feed women undergoing fistula repairs- First Lady
    • Red Carpet Looks At 2017 BET HipHop Awards
    • New Earbuds By Google Translates 40 Languages In Real-Time
    • Easy DIY Cards For World Card Making Day
    • Real education is the discovery of your gift
    • Chivas unveils judges for $1 Million Global search for Start-Ups
    • At ten, Ciuci Consulting celebrates, rewards outstanding entrepreneurs
    • Shekarau, others show support for Gbenga Daniel’s PDP chariamnship bid
    • George declares interest to contest PDP chairmanship
    • Ibadan rocks, at Glo Mega Music in ancient city
    • Wizkid, Davido pitched against each other for MTV Europe African Best Award
    • Lyricism in hip hop and the failing Nigerian education system
    • Controversial French rock star slams Brexit Britain
    • Latin stars come together for Puerto Rico relief song
    • Mexican photojournalist found dead after kidnapping
    • Oko-Baba: Traders groan as market remains shut two months after

    (www.guardian.ng)

    • Police rescue kidnapped victim in Cross River, kill one suspect
    • Anti-graft war: Federal High Court reshuffles judges
    • Enugu man allegedly beaten to death for stealing one tube of yam
    • Police kill suspect, rescue abducted woman in Cross River
    • BREAKING: 14 gunmen, Two cops killed in attacks on Mozambique police stations
    • World Cup qualifier: Italian press blast ‘abysmal’ Azzurri
    • I ran away from home to fulfil my dream of becoming a thespian –Jimi Solanke
    • Kachikwu vs Baru: Heavy security at NNPC headquarters …Soldiers, policemen, armoured trucks deployed in corporation
    • How God saved me from potential plane crash – Bishop Oyedepo
    • What would you do first if you won N50m in cash?
    • Never let sex be the problem in your marriage, Oritsefemi advises
    • Enugu man allegedly beaten to death for stealing one tube of yam
    • Police kill suspect, rescue abducted woman in Cross River
    • BREAKING: 14 gunmen, Two cops killed in attacks on Mozambique police stations
    • False declaration: Customs seize containers loaded with foreign rice
    • Contractor seeks arrest of three pastors over alleged fraud
    • Python Dance: Army arrests eight cult members, recovers guns
    • Suspected kidnapper dies in Lafia Prison
    • Anambra Poll: INEC begins officers training Wednesday
    • Blind, deaf, dumb persons protest in Anambra over voting rights
    • Save me from PDP’s plan to expel me, Kashamu begs court
    • PDP’s tortuous hunt for new chairman
    • Ekiti 2018: Fayose tasks INEC, FG on credible poll
    • INEC creates awareness through online platform
    • Anambra election: INEC begins training of officers on Wednesday
    • Party Chairmanship: I’m PDP’s redemption, says Bode George
    • Ex-President Jonathan calls for reform, democratisation of UN
    • EU’s ban of Nigerian beans spurs quality control
    • FG to continue airport remodelling despite concession plans
    • Customs seize 3,665 vehicles worth N13bn from smugglers
    • Solar, fastest growing energy source globally – Report
    • BHGT hails FG on tourism, hospitality market growth
    • Kachikwu’s leaked memo rekindles scandal around NNPC

    (www.punchng.com)

    • Benue speaker appeals to striking workers to call off strike
    • Ondo state governor, Mr.Rotimi Akeredolu
    • Akeredolu solicits support for community development
    • He almost cut my daughter’s head into two with a shovel, please, separate them —Father in-law
    • Why EFCC, ICPC continue to lose corruption cases —Akin Olujimi
    • Offa, Erin-Ile trade accusations over destroyed buildings
    • Our last child is not my husband’s —Woman
    • Alaafin of Oyo to lead dignitaries to confab on Yoruba Nation and Politics
    • Opposition bigwigs will join APC in carnival-like manner —Ajimobi
    • We replaced Ngwuta’s lost passport after due process, witness tells court
    • Ooni in Abia, calls for dialogue with agitators
    • Nigerian researchers to prevent albino birth through genotype test
    • 13,500 candidates chase 3,500 admission slots as FUTA conducts post-UTME screening
    • PDP chairmanship: Reported pressure on Bode George to step down not true —Aide
    • PDP S/West leaders, others boost Bode George’s chairmanship ambition
    • Prison congestion: Buhari wants new approach
    • Ekiti 2018 gov poll: INEC must be fair, transparent, Fayose says
    • FOI compliance: ICPC tops anti-corruption agencies third best among MDAs
    • He leaves no money, but demands for the largest share of food, best part of meat, woman tells court
    • My husband slept with his girlfriends in our home —Wife
    • Court arraigns housewife for bathing hubby’s sexual organ with pepperish hot water
    • Court dissolves marriage as DNA reveals child’s paternity
    • ‘He complains he has no money, but comes home drunk’
    • Beauty pageantry is a training ground for women —Faith Ogaga, Mrs Universe Woman Sympathy2017
    • Nigeria female rappers: Going, going…
    • AFRIFF 2017: Over 3300 films in hot chase for 165 screening slots
    • Ibadan residents enthralled by Telli Person rendition
    • Willie XO acquires N40m Range Rover Vogue ahead of Kraze release

    (www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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