Top Newspaper Headlines In Nigeria Today 18th October, 2017

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NATION

*Buhari frowns at states’ inability to pay workers

*Court orders Abaribe to produce Kanu

*Pressure on Senate panel to drop $25b contracts probe

*Obasanjo: I’m done with PDP

*Gani Adams deserves Are Ona Kakanfo title, says Tinubu

*Parents withdraw kids from schools in Ondo

*Constitution should be amended to emphasise revenue generation’

*Bishop remanded for alleged fraud

*Police nab church elder for allegedly killing wife

*Jonathan urges PDP members to elect better chairman, publicity secretary

*Fed Govt acquiring modern arms to fight Boko Haram, says Buratai

*Residents hail LASEMA for emergency numbers’ awareness

*CNPP slams Fayose for ‘diverting’ pensioners’ funds

*NNPC stocks two billion litres of petrol

*10,446 get Army’s free medical service in Southeast

*Ortom seeks arrest of Miyetti Allah leaders

*Judiciary deserves best brains, says Babalakin

*Oyedepo to academics: groom future leaders

*Perm Sec’s trial for ‘N14.1m fraud’ begins tomorrow

*Ayomike to be buried in Warri November 5

*Communities agree on peace

*Buhari for D-8 Summit inTurkey

*Six arraigned for alleged cultism

*Fed Govt accuses Dasuki of plot to stall trial

*Oyebade is Osun Head of Service

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*Title will moderate my radicalism, says Adams

*‘Two years short to review constitution’

*Assembly okays Obaseki’s N2.3b loan

*‘Our ‘exclusion’ from road unacceptable’

*Alfa Sule, others to thrill Baptists

*Four remanded for alleged arson, murder

*Boost for water transportation, others in Lagos

*UNILORIN best dies few days to graduation

*Edo to hold investment Summit to boost economy

*Court remands man, 82, for allegedly defiling girl, 13

*$25b contract: Senate postpones probe of NNPC GMD

*Plateau killings: ‘How gunmen rained bullets on us’

*82-year-old charged with defiling girl, 13

*‘Killer vaccine’ causes panic in Rivers schools

DAILY TRUST

*EUROPEAN UNION ESSAY COMPETITION

*2019: Buhari is the only credible candidate — Ortom

*FG shops for new investors for Ajaokuta, Itakpe plants

*Inflation drops for eight consecutive months

*DisCos settle N9.6bn out of 42bn July energy bill – NBET

*Al-Makura probes judges over land grabbing

*Most conflicts tied to malfunctioning of Nigerian state – Kukah

*Parents withdraw children from Rivers, Ondo schools over vaccine rumour

*El-Rufai dissolves Kaduna Water Corporation board, appoints new MD

*Plateau killings: Police deploy personnel

*Buhari leaves for D-8 summit in Turkey

*I’m ready to defend myself in court – Misau

*Sokoto’s out-of-school children from 69 to 37 percent

*I won’t return to partisan politics, Obasanjo tells Markafi

*Sultan dispels poison vaccine rumours

*Ayade cries to FG over invasion by suspected Cameroon aggressors

*Tobacco coys recruit pupils to succeed ageing smokers — Report

*3 in hospital after clash between farmers, headers

*Senate asks Buhari to remove Fashola as power minister

*Biafra: Court orders Abaribe, others to produce Kanu on Nov 20

*Illegal arms: Dasuki seeks indefinite adjournment

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*Ortom wants Miyetti Allah leaders arrested

LEADERSHIP

*Senate Urges FG, States To Adopt CBN’s Anchor Borrowers Programme

*FG Sends Relief Assistance To Kebbi Flood Victims

*NCPC Institutes Award For Loyola Students

*Sultan Warns Against Politicising Health, Security Issues

*Senator Uzodima To Deliver Lecture At FCT NUJ Press Week

*Ortom Meets PMB, Calls For Arrest Of Miyetti Allah’s Leader

*No Military Solutions To Asymmetric Security Challenges – Minister

*Ministry Launches App, Code For Passengers’ Safety

*Judiciary Deserves The Best Brains – Babalakin

*2019: Wike Distances Self From Vice Presidential Posters

*Truth And Fallacy About Kogi State

*Time To End The Bloodletting

*Lead Poisoning Renders 400 Blind, Infertile In Zamfara – Senate

*PDP Chair: Adedoja Visits Obasanjo

*Reps’ Oversight Cooperative Tool For Governance – Dogara

*Unpaid N10m Salary: Minister Debunks Aide’s Claim

*$5.5bn Loan: Heed World Bank’s Warning, PDP Cautions APC

*Let’s Meet In Court, Misau Tells FG

*Kanu: Abaribe, Others In Trouble

*How Do You Sleep Owing Salaries?

*Budget: Presidency Submits 2018-2020 MTEF To Reps

VANGUARD

*Abia Community Laments Bad Roads

*Contract Cancellation: We Want An Amicable Solution —Intels

*Glitz, Pomp As Igwe Iweka Celebrates 6th Obiora/Iwaji Obosi Annual Cultural Fiesta

*Buhari Signs Law Establishing FUPRE

* Throw Pillow On Bed Goes Beyond Aesthetics: It Supports Healthy Living

*How We Lost Our Breadwinners, Families Of Deceased Cross River’s Pensioners •

*Technology, Clearing Barriers To Quality Education, Says LG Boss

*Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Finally Debuts In Nigeria

*Consumer Watch: A Place That Makes You Plan Ahead

*Chelsea Blame Nigeria For Moses Injury

*Sausage Roll: Producers In Multiplicity Of Packaging To Increase Market Share

* Insecticide Manufacturers Re-positioning To Meet Changing Market Challenges

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*Nigerian Invents Automated Finger Payment Machine

*How We Survived Recession In Nigeria – Jumia

*Interswitch Partners Banks, Credit Providers On Nano Loans

*WHO Targets 874,000 With Yellow Fever Immunisation

*Does Buhari Belong To Nobody?

*I’m Not Too Young To Be Aare Ona Kakanfo — Gani Adams

Nobody Can Stop Implementation Of Grazing Law—Gov Ortom

*Nigeria Airways Pensioners Beg Buhari Over Unpaid Benefits

*Yuletide: NNPC Plans 2bn Litres Of PMS Stock To Forestall Scarcity

*Police Train 200 Senior Officers On Counter Terrorism

*Emefiele Seeks Improved Funding For Agro-allied Industries

*Convocation: Crescent University’s Saturday Of Difference

*Kogi To Implement No-work No-pay Policy

*AEDC Metres 88,000 Customers, Targets 120,000

*NYSC Offers Rural Health Medical Outreach In Enugu

*Biafra: When South-East, South-South Govs Asked God For Forgiveness

*Police Destroy Drugs Worth Over N50m In Lagos

*Admissions: LASU Short-lists 3,500 Candidates For 2017/2018

*Fowler Elected 1st Vice Chairman, UN Tax Committee Of Experts

*Restructuring: Sanusi, Achebe, Dokubo-Spiff Seek Roles For Traditional Courts

*Rumour Of Army Free Immunization Disrupts Activities In Rivers Schools

*Don’t Use Paris Club Refund As Precondition To Pay Workers’ Salaries, NLC Warns Govt

*Ayomike For Burial November

*Why APC Can’t Say No To Waive —Emerhor

*Edo Plans Alaghodaro Investment Summit To Boost Economy

*Delta Hospital Staff Cooperative Seeks Govt Intervention

*Buhari Sends MTEF, FSP To Reps

*Kwara LG Elections: Court Throws Out PDP’s Suit, Gives KWSIEC Go Ahead

*Wike To Boost Agric Sector With Loans For 10,000

*2nd Term For Buhari ‘ll Strengthen Nigeria—Bello

*Senate Calls For Free, Compulsory Education At All Levels

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