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Metro Nigeria: Today's Newspaper Headlines [16 March, 2017]


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Below are some of the headlines in some selected Nigerian Dailies for today, Thursday, March 16, 2017.

PUNCH:
  • Army sets up Board of Inquiry, detains six soldiers for brutalising woman

  • FG cuts fertiliser price by half

  • Customs suspend import duty payment on old vehicles

  • FG makes a U-turn, allows helicopters into Abuja airport

  • We’ve no case to answer, Justice Ademola, wife tell court

  • Fayose owed me N250m legal fee — Ozekhome

  • UN, Nigeria, Cameroon sign agreement on 65,000 IDPs

  • Local miners to benefit from N30bn intervention fund

  • Afenifere kicks as police arrest Ife monarch, 14 indigenes

  • Power outage stalls Kogi assembly sittings

  • Four female bombers, two victims die in Borno

  • Police, FRSC abandon kids after mother dies in crash

  • Court remands couple for bathing woman with acid


    THE NATION:

  • Buhari presides at FEC meeting

  • Senate rides on DSS ambush to reject Mag

  • Senate again summons C-G Ali for grilling today

  • PDP crisis: Sheriff frustrating peace process, says Makarfi

  • NCC, CBN join forces to save Etisalat from creditors

  • Sagay: No law stops Magu’s renomination

  • Senate wants govt to access $300m anti-malaria fund

  • EFCC: Fayose paid Ozekhome from N1.2b Dasuki’s slush fund

  • Alleged N1.4b fraud: Fed Govt files charges against Peace Corps’ boss Akor

  • Bello demolishes kidnappers hideout

  • Ogun doctors protest decay in health sector

    VANGUARD:

  • Senate Threatens Arrest As Customs C-G Fails To Appear

  • Northern Christian Youths Back Apostle Suleman

  • NAFDAC appeals as NBC declares Fanta, Sprite safe

  • Illicit Transfers: Minister Dares NASS, Redeploys Unity College Principals To Abuja

  • Fayose paid N75m into Ozekhome’s account from N1.2bn Dasuki’s funds – EFCC

  • Senate rejection means Magu immediately ceases to act as EFCC Chairman – Ozekhome.

  • Banks Increase Lending Rates In Q1 – CBN

  • Enforce Directive On Relocation Of Oil Firms To N-Delta, Lawmaker Urges FG

  • Mother Of 4 Electrocuted In Delta

  • Ondo Timber Traders Protest Closure Of Forest Reserves

  • Ife Clash: Afenifere, OPC Kick Against One-Sided Arrest
 

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