Metro Nigeria: Today's Newspaper Headlines [01 September, 2016]

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Below are some of the headlines in some selected Nigerian Dailies for today, Thursday, 01 September, 2016.

PUNCH:
  • Abraham is Tinubu’s puppet, says group

  • Panic as contractor dumps expired malt in Ogun community

  • CBN readmits suspended banks to forex market

  • Brazil sacks President for budget padding

  • 55-year-old guard abducts, rapes 14-year-old for four days

  • Oduah son’s father wants corpse buried in Delta

  • Nigeria in worst possible time – Finance minister…as NBS confirms economy in recession

  • Aero suspends operations, sends workers on indefinite leave

  • Sagay panel begins probe into budget padding, meets Jibrin

  • 55-year-old guard abducts, rapes 14-year-old for four days

  • EFCC grills Ogunlewe over N250m FUNAAB funds scam

  • Kuje riot: NPS plans forensic test on recovered handsets

  • CLO pledges legal support for murdered teenager family

  • CSOs want INEC board reconstituted

  • Pension funds under threat, says NLC

  • South East women seek support for girl-child education

  • Kumuyi urges N’Delta militants to embrace peace

  • Dismissed cops arrested for extortion

  • Apprentice nabbed for selling fake phones

VANGUARD:
  • NBC Partners Social Enterprise On IYD

  • Biafra Nationals’ll Uphold UN’s Laws, Conventions—Uwazurike

  • TEXEM Partners Global Enterprises To Boost Ailing Economy

  • LASUCOM: Provost Raises Alarm Over Medical Capital Flight

  • Ikpeazu Flags Off 2017 Abia Budget

  • Forex Market: CBN Reinstates 9 Suspended Banks

  • Sept 10 Is Edo Liberation Day—Omosede Igbinedion

  • Don’t Drag RCCG Into Your Unholy Politics, Ize-Iyamu Tells Oshiomhole, Obaseki

  • We’ll Not Allocate New Plots Of Land Now —FCT Minister

  • My Anti-Graft War’ll Lead To Massive Reforms In N-Assembly – Jibrin

  • Prince Akenzua To Oshiomhole: You Have No Right To Impose A Governor On Us

  • Oyegun Receives Top PDP Leaders Into APC, Says PDP Dead In Edo

NEW TELEGRAPH:
  • It’s Official! Nigeria’s Economy In Recession

  • CBN Re-Admits Suspended Banks To Forex Trading

  • Wike Suspends Four Commissioners, Head Of Service

  • Court Orders Arrest Of FirstBank Officials For Forgery

  • Recession: We’re Not Confused, Says Finance Minister

  • 1200 Workers Lose Job As Aero Halts Operations

  • Budget Padding: Jibrin, Sagay Committee In Long Meeting

  • Why Jimoh Ibrahim Can’t Be Our Candidate – Ondo PDP

  • PDP To Buhari: Resign If You Can’t Reverse Economic Decline

  • You’ve No Respect For Due Process, Ohakim Tells Okorocha

  • Aregbesola’s Second Term, A Blessing In Disguise – Group

NIGERIAN TRIBUNE:
  • Military Raids More Militant Camps In N/Delta •Militants Dare Military, Launch ‘Operation Crocodile Tears’ Call Troops In Warri To Order, IYC Tells Buhari

  • Boko Haram: Nigeria’s Warplanes Consume 1.9 Million Litres Of Aviation Fuel Monthly —CAS

  • Security: FCT Police Commissioner Appeals To Residents For Support

  • Singer, Chris Brown, Arrested On Assault Charges

  • Facebook To Embrace More Nigerian Languages —Zuckerberg

  • Stop Griping Over Oloyede’s Appointment, UNILORIN ASUU Tells National Exco

  • INEC, Security Agencies Assure Nigerians Of Safety

  • Again, ASUU Spoils For Showdown With FG Over N495bn Arrears

  • CBN Re-Instates Banks Banned From Foreign Exchange Market

  • Brazil President, Dilma Rousseff, Impeached

  • Dangote Loses $5.4bn To Economic Woes

THE NATION:
  • FG promises to revive Durbar festival

  • ASUU threatens nationwide strike over 2009 agreement

  • Borno uncovers 10, 000 ghost workers

  • Buhari appoints new MD for NDPHC

  • Nigerian economy, not in confusion – Finance Minister

  • Naira appreciates against dollar at interbank market

  • Finance Minister: This is our worst possible time

  • FEC okays N3.23b contracts for U.I., UNILAG

  • Halliburton scandal: EFCC traces N13.5b to private account

  • Facebook to embrace more Nigerian languages, says Zuckerberg

  • Brazil President Rouseff impeached by Senate

  • Recession as inflation hits 17.1 per cent

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