Metro Nigeria: Today's Newspaper Headlines [13 January, 2017]



Below are some of the headlines in some selected Nigerian Dailies for today, Friday, January 13, 2017.

  • Southwest leaders demand more action from Fed Govt

  • Nigeria to U.S.: release $550m ‘Abacha loot’

  • ‘RCCG amending constitution on leadership structure’

  • Oguntade, Emenike, others make ambassadorial list

  • PFN hails suspension of Corporate Governance Code

  • Biafra: Court to rule Feb 10 on Kanu’s motion to quash charges

  • Soyinka faults Buhari, El-Rufai over Southern Kaduna killings

  • IPOB, militants: Global rights group slams govt

  • Kudirat Abiola’s murder: Lagos ’can’ appeal al-Mustapha’s acquittal

  • Reps invite IG over police ‘spending of N7.2b without virement’

  • Tinubu commiserates with Niger on Kure’s death

  • Ngige to unions: back efforts to reduce imports

  • Nigerians not feeding well, says Fed Govt

  • Fayose: God’ll pick my successor

  • Police recruitment not hijacked, says Okiro

  • TCN: power generation drops by 207.1 MW over gas shortage

  • No plot against Ekweremadu, says deputy Senate leader

  • Lawan seeks colleagues’ backing
  • Ijaw: Osibanjo’s Visit To Gbaramatu, Welcome Development

  • Kudirat’s Murder: S’Court Grants Lagos Leave To Re-Open Case Against Al-Mustapha

  • Fayose Commends NASS On Anti-Buhari Stance

  • Insecurity: Military Moves To Create Reserves Formations

  • IPOB To Uwazuruike: Provide Evidence Of Kanu’s Fraudulent Acts

  • Ohanaeze Election: Igbo Leaders Of Thought Denies Court Action

  • Senate Moves To Split Office Of AGF

  • Ayade’s Aide Tasks Wealthy Nigerians On Less-Privileged

  • Kure Left Before The Ovation, Says Jonathan

  • Rivers Rerun: 21 INEC Staff Arrested, Transferred To Abuja
  • Sack all your ministers, Dede Mabiaku tells Buhari

  • Pa Kasumu gets new passport, at last

  • Tunji Sotimirin, Ropo Ewenla on stage for Fractures

  • IPOB threatens to expose Uwazuruike

  • APC quizzes Kwankwaso over North-West crisis

  • ‘Make Yoruba language compulsory’

  • Borno to build school for 2,000 orphans

  • Many injured, as youths, scavengers clash in A’Ibom

  • Biafra: Court rules on Kanu’s motion to quash charges Feb. 10

  • Changes At Redeemed Church: Obazee Vowed To Remove Adeboye – RCCG

  • Nigeria To Lose Another $550m Abacha Loot In US

  • WHO Begins Vaccination Of 4.7m Children In North-East

  • IPOB Angry With Uwazurike For Calling Them Fraudsters

  • FG To Train Prosecutors Handling High-Profile Corruption Cases

  • My Emergence As Senate Leader’ll End Animosity — Lawan

  • Mikel Makes Losing Debut For Tianjin Teda

  • EFCC Should Probe Theft In Ekiti Govt House— APC

  • APC S-West Reconciliation: Tinubu, Allies In Icy Meeting At Ibadan

  • Ndidi, Moses Set For EPL Battle

  • New Twist To Ohanaeze Polls Fallout

  • Prevailing Peace In N-Delta’ll Be Sustained —Okowa

  • Falana, CACOL React To Arrest Of Sahara Reporters’ Publisher

  • Security Concerns Force Foreign Airlines To Reject Kaduna Airport

  • NNPC Proposes Hike In Royalties, Scrapping Of Incentives

  • Porsche Powers Into New Records

  • Apprehension As Lagos LG Poll Looms



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