Metro Nigeria: Today's Newspaper Headlines [17 January, 2017]



Below are some of the headlines in some selected Nigerian Dailies for today, Tuesday, January 17, 2017.

  • How I Survived Attacks From Biafrans Over Grazing Bill — Imo Lawmaker

  • Nnamani, Nwobodo, Others To Undergo APC Registration In Enugu

  • NFF Targets Everton’s Lookman For Eagles’ Call Up

  • Senate: My Election, Restoration Of Party Supremacy — Lawan

  • Ugwuanyi Appoints Zik’s Son Special Adviser

  • Osinbajo In N-Delta: Ijaw, Itsekiri Differ On Maritime Varsity Site

  • INSECURITY: Lagos CP Allays Fears On Agege Bomb Scare

  • Biafra: Cleric Warns Against Continued Detention Of Kanu

  • Agents Row Robs Iheanacho Of N120m Deal

  • Military Determined To Rescue Chibok Girls—Defence Minister

  • Man Shot In Fresh Ogbe-Ijoh, Aladja Gun Battle

  • Oil Prices Drop As Doubts Over Output Cuts Mount

  • LASSA FEVER: NCDC Confirms 9 Deaths, 20 Cases In 7 States

  • NERC Ranks Enugu DisCo 2nd On Performance

  • N3.98bn Water Project: Umahi Orders Contractor Back To Site

  • FG Inaugurates C’ttee On BoA Restructuring, Recapitalisation

  • Senate Vows To Make NOUN World Standard
  • Atiku: Forget 2019, Nigerians Are Hungry

  • 7-Year-Old Bomber Attacks UNIMAID, Kills Prof, Others

  • OPS To FG: Hike In AGO, Gas Prices Killing Economy

  • 2017 Budget: FG Adjusts MTEF, FSP

  • Court Hears Suit Challenging Transfer Of Kalu’s Trial To Lagos Feb 6

  • Youths Protest Alleged Witch-Hunt Of Patience Jonathan

  • Protesters Ground Activities At Petrochemical Firm

  • Rivers Rerun: Wike Asks Court To Stop Police Probe

  • MASSOB Seeks Asylum For Norway Coordinator

  • FG To Recapitalise Bank Of Agriculture With N50
  • Police arraign housemaid for stealing N700,000 with broom

  • Bayelsa couple torture son to death over witchcraft

  • Soyinka’s comment on religion unfair, unkind, say CAN, JNI

  • IMF predicts 0.8% growth for Nigeria’s economy

  • Professor, two others die in UNIMAID suicide bombing

  • Rohr searches for another keeper

  • Total becomes official sponsor of AFCON

  • We have lost a committed player – Crown


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