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See What Nigerian Newspaper Are Saying Today ~ Wednesday 27, September 2017

1. British Airways sacks stewardess behind racist joke against Nigerian passengers

2. Illegal Arms Importation: Nigeria Customs Chief meets Turkish Ambassador

3. Nigeria Files Charges Against Elephant Group MD Over Unlawful Importation Of Explosive Devices



4. I have been selling ammunition to Armed Robbers for the past 20 years – Suspect

5. 458 hectares of rice farmland submerged in Kwara State

6. Gov Wike seeks review of recruitment in security agencies

7. Varsity teachers seek proscription of religious associations

8. Nigeria’s unity not negotiable – Senate

9. ‘2445 people accessed N125m micro-credit GEEP facility in Akwa Ibom’

10. CAN declares October 1 prayers day

11. Northeast APC governors differ on restructuring, true federalism

12. HIV: FG providing ARV treatment for additional 50,000 persons annually.

13. Biafra: We’re wiser now –Umahi tells IPOB

14. Anambra guber: N7bn: Obiano diverting attention –Peter Obi

15. Zambia: Ighalo rallies Eagles as Rohr recalls Iwobi, drops Omeruo

16. Senate resumes, says Nigeria’s unity not negotiable

17. Buhari Wrong To Refer Restructuring To NASS, Says Agbakoba

18. Qatar Airways passengers protest delayed flight at Lagos airport

19. Ambode backs restructuring, unveils 20ft Awolowo statue

20. Naira further appreciates to 359.89/$ in NAFEX

21. Anambra guber race : 37 governorship candidates to contest in polls- INEC

22. EFCC Chairmanship: Hearing on pro-Magu suit suffers setback

23. National Assembly: Nigeria’s Unity Not Negotiable, Agitators Must Abide by Law

24. Emefiele Defends Quantitative Easing, Says CBN is Not Over funding Govt

25. World’s Largest Diamond Sells for $53m

26. Irate Qatar Airways Passengers Cause Commotion at Lagos Airport

27. Ekiti guber: Monarchs endorse Fayose’s Deputy

28. Nigeria Ranked 125th in Global Competitiveness Index as Ease of Doing Business Reforms Get Nod

29. FG, China Adopt Export-Import Funding Model for Mambilla Plant

30. FG Releases N336bn Capital Vote

31. Senator Dino Melaye Evades INEC’s Recall Notice

32. Court Dismisses Fani-Kayode’s Application to Transfer Case to Abuja

33. Abia APC holds mega rally in October

34. Turkish Govt to Deal with Collaborators of Arms Shipment to Nigeria

35. Drama as INEC delivers Melaye’s recall notice, documents

36. Police Handover Captured Boko Haram Kingpin in Ondo to Army

37. Ekiti Lawmaker Faces Prosecution over Alleged Sexual Assault on Widow

38. JAMB: O’Level, A’Level Results Now Compulsory Before Varsity Admission

39. Catholic priest asks FG to proscribe CAN, JNI

40. Transcorp Hilton Abuja Wins Double Seven Stars Hospitality Awards 2017

41. Magu: AGF seeks merger of 17 cases on EFCC Chairman’s confirmation

42. Japan extends $1m grant for protection of IDPs, returnees

43. Five killed as suicide bomber blew self up in Maiduguri mosque

44. N8bn CBN Scam: Court Adjourns Ruling In Bankers’ Bail Request


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45. Psquare feud: Wives are not responsible says Festus Keyamo as Peter and Paul engage in physical assault at keyamo's office

46. Saudi Arabia to allow women drive

47. Nigerian tennis prodigy, Marylove Edwards, wins US trophy

48. Buhari's health 'private' even if Nigeria is paying, says Lai Mohammed

49. Peter Obi didn’t make Obiano Anambra Governor – PDP Chieftain, Ulasi

50. PSquare’s lawyer, Festus Keyamo opens up on split, promise to unite them back

51. Ajimobi fingers opposition politicians as mastermind of Olubadan palace attack

52. Keyamo denies releasing video of P-Square fighting in his chamber

53. Andy Uba loses Influential position as Saraki changes heads of Nigerian Senate committees

54. NGO Regulation Bill, Another Ploy By Rapacious Elite To Silence Critical Voice

55. Importation of 661 pump-action rifles: Court requests medical report on suspects.

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