Newspaper Headlines for Friday, 16th February 2018.



*Catholic bishops confront Buhari over performance

*Foreign reserves to rise on $2.5b Eurobond issuance

*$11.489m: EFCC rejects Patience Jonathan’s settlement offer

*Oyo-born twins, 473 Boko Haram suspects freed

*Buratai to troops: get Shekau dead or alive

*UTME 2018: JAMB to conduct mock test next week

*NEMA ‘will give account of N17b allocation’

*APC accuses Wike of lying against Amaechi

*IBB to Secondus, others: provide better choice for Nigerians

*Underage voting: KANSIEC ready for INEC probe

*Globacom wins brand of the year

*Passenger accused of stealing N1m on board faces trial

*SON to crack down on fake products producers

*Akinwunmi Ishola’s death huge loss, says Tinubu


*Bayelsa State unveils ‘Invest Bayelsa’

*The suspension of MPC meeting will affect the economy– LCCI boss

*BayelsaState unveils‘Invest Bayelsa’

*NASS won’t get2-thirds to defeat Buhari– Sen Uwajomogu

*APC harvests PDP stalwarts in Adamawa, Niger, Kebbi


*OBJ Makes U-turn, Says PMB Has Succeeded Where Others Failed

*Get Shekau Dead Or Alive, President Tells Troops

*Gale Of Defections Hits PDP

*Nigerians Trade N1.3bn Bitcoin On 13 Platforms Weekly

*Shippers, Agents Laud FG’s Amendment Of Palletisation Policy

*Advancing The Cause Of Women’s Right

*FCTA Suspends Registration Of New Private Schools

*N5m Debt: Police Arrest Club Guard For Detaining Eko Disco Staff

*Smugglers Forfeit N153m Vehicles, Rice To Customs In Ogun

*Rivers: Tension As Police Escort Kills Taxi Driver

*Fashola Harps On Professional Practice As SURCON Inducts 267 New Surveyors

*Build More Refineries To Tackle Fuel Scarcity, Reps Tell FG

*Youth Coalition Backs Ex-Minister For Presidency

*APC Reconciliation: It’ll Be A Tragedy If Tinubu C’tee Fails – Sen. Shehu Sani

*Dana Air, Asky Sign Interline, Aircraft Agreements

*As Senate Splits Over Election Sequence Amendment

*Iran, Greatest Threat To The World – Netanyahu

*4.7 Magnitude Earthquake Hits UK

*Cows Incursion: FAAN Apologises To Air Peace, Passengers

*Petrogress To Invest $5m In Nigeria’s Oil, Gas Sector

*As Dangote Moves To Stop N20bn Daily Loss In Maritime Sector

*Very Soon, All State Capitals Will Be Linked By Rail Lines – Amaechi

*NSE Market Capitalisation Sheds N175bn

*Banks’ Borrowing From CBN Drops To N260bn

*Nigeria’s External Reserves Rise By 1.1% In 6 Days

*Export Barge Yet To Arrive Apapa Port 10 Days After Flag-off


*Axa Mansard Empowers Youths On Financial Security

*CSR: Consolidated Hallmark Renews Insurance Cover For Journalists

*Argungun Fishing Festival Bounces Back

*Alleged Plot To Divide North: Outrage, As Southern Leaders Blast Ango Abdullahi

*We Would Put More Pressure On Govt Over N220bn MSMED Fund – MD, BBB MfB

* LASUTH, Apollo Hospital Launch Kidney Transplant Centre

*Sixth Anniversary: Bayelsa Govt Thanks Obasanjo, Others

*Pensioners Are Treated With Dignity During PTAD Verification — Onokpise

*I Wasn’t Good Enough To Play For Wigan, Says City Boss Guardiola

*Africa And The Observation Of Black History Month

*2019: Katsina State Elders To Reply Obasanjo’s Letter Soon – Masari

*Cancer Awareness Remains Collective Responsibility — Bolanle Ambode

*NNPC Surveillance Team Intercepts Diverted Petroleum Product In Katsina

*Be Resolute In Your Support For Wike — Obuah

*Emir Assures Of Buhari’s Re-election In 2019

*The Inevitable Choice Between N10,000 Note And Redenomination

* Dolait Yoghurt Debuts In Nigeria

*Good People Know Buhari Is Working’- Adesina

*No Campaigns In Benue Till Crisis Is Over – Ortom

*Lassa Fever Kills 3 In Delta, 24 Under Surveillance

*Police, Pastor To Pay N20m Over Killing Of 22-yr-old Student Over Missing Musical Equipment

*Why Bayelsa Launches Web Portal On Investment, Abah, BIPA DG

*Ex-convict, 46, Impersonates Ogun Finance Director

*Police Ban Unauthorized Tinted Glass Use Among Motorists In Katsina

*Politics Not For Miserable People Seeking A Way Out Of Poverty – Onaiyekan


*Zamfara killers arrested

*IPI director visits Nigeria

*APC doomed if Tinubu fails – Senator Sani

*Boko Haram: Get Shekau dead or alive, Buratai charges troops

*IPOB insists on Biafra

*Lassa fever kills 3 in Delta

*Obasanjo to carry out medical checks in Bayelsa specialist hospital

*Wike preaches unity, development in Rivers

*2019: PDP woos IBB, Assembly speakers


*Nigeria frees 475 Boko Haram suspects for lack of evidence

*Love in the 21st Century: A Valentine Special

*Buratai charges troops to get Shekau dead or alive

*Blast in Syria’s Qamishli kills four

*Governor Ambode approves N30,000 monthly stipends for RSW interns

*Five people killed in Dagestan church shooting

*Poland defends PM over Holocaust remark denounced by Israel

*President Buhari meets Katsina Elders’ Forum, Emir of Maradun in Daura

*Zimbabwe president hails late opposition hero Tsvangirai, urges unity

*Multiple bomb blasts in Konduga leave 17 people dead

*Nigeria’s democracy not delivering dividends – Jega

*Five things we learned from the Bundesliga

*Tech company behind Manchester United’s VAR ‘wobble’ apologises

*Sandro lifts Juventus top of Serie A before Napoli play

*Unlikely France favourite Sissoko pleads World Cup case

*Russian Olympic athlete in possible doping case

*Fourcade makes French Olympic history in mad dash to the line

*Try This Potato Salad Recipe Today

*Senate President, Bukola Saraki, Invites Nigerian Comedienne “Emmanuella” To Senate

*First Set Of Oscar Awards Presenters Unveiled

*”Black Panther” Makes $75.8 Million On Its Opening


*”FIFA, CAF Presidents, Industry Moguls, Others for Aiteo/NFF Awards

*Cameroon Knocks out Nigeria from U-17 Women’s World Cup

*Falode Assures Gov. Ambode of Successful NWFL Champions Shield

*Omoluwa, Golf Community Mourn Shagaya’s Death

*Ref Ovrebo Opens Up on Chelsea/Barca 2009 Controversial Match Decisions

*‘7 Big Wins’, an Effective Tool to Navigate Economic Downturn

*MDXi to Invest Additional N2.5bn for Data Centre Expansion

*Over 5,000 SME Owners, Delegates Attend e-Business Fair 2018

*Inlaks Lauds CBN for Licensing Additional 28 MFBs

*Marketing Firm Introduces Herbal Products

*Equities Close Lower Despite Halting Seven-day Losing Streak

*MSMEs Urged to Tap into Investment Opportunity in Nutrition Funding

*Food Inflationary Pressure Eases

*Lessons from Zuma’s Fall

*Understanding Obasanjo’s Shifting Position

*AACSB Celebrates LBS Alumni as He Gets International Appointment

*Chike-Obi: Incompetence, a Bigger Problem in Nigeria than Corruption

*NAICOM, Insurance CEOs Brainstorm on Road Map for Sector Growth …

*LASG Assures PPP Partners of Investment Security

*LEAP Africa Appoints New Board of Directors

*eTranzact Celebrates Out-going Chairman, Ohiwerei

*Why Nigerians Are Reluctant to Pay for Electricity

*Top Brands Support Eat N Go to Celebrate Staff Diligence

*THISDAY Model Portfolios Show Resilience, Rise to 40.9 %


*CCTV catches Lagos couple robbing commuters

*Awo, please help, Nigeria is crumbling!

*Katsina gov’s aide kills own daughter with car

*CBN bars banks with huge bad loans from paying dividends

*Police shoot newlyweds’ car at checkpoint, kill one

*Obasanjo worships with Jonathan, preaches unity, reconciliation

*Zamfara killings: Police arrest three principal suspects

*I was almost killed for rejecting underage voters, says ex-INEC commissioner

*Reconciliation: APC doomed if Tinubu fails, says Shehu Sani

*Corps member dies two months to PoP, family kicks

*After five years, Catholic Church rejoins CAN

*Nigeria in a state of uncertainty, political emergency —Onaiyekan

*North Central’s senators may back state police

*Protest as policeman kills taxi driver in Rivers

*Twins, nursing mother, 471 other Boko Haram suspects released


*Kingdom Wealth Multipurpose Society debuts

*Customs engages officers on professional handling of arms

*Two arrested for murder of guard

*Lagos International Squash Classics

*Catholic Church rejoins CAN

*That PDP snoopiness in APC’s internal affairs

*‘IEFX window, CBN’s most important policy in 2017’

*OTC products: IOSCO moves to protect investors

*CPS: Stakeholder hails pension funds’ role in debt mgt

*Consolidated Hallmark insures journalists for N24m


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