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What the Newspapers are saying today ~ Monday 25th of September 2017
Police, Soldiers Patrol Streets of Asaba After
Attack on Hausa/Fulani Settlement


1. Senate, South-East Senators Prevented
Massacre Of IPOB Members – IPOB

2. Anambra guber: Ifeanyi Ubah, Obaze bicker over PDP ticket

3. Sacked Nigerian lawmakers fail to refund N61
million to National Assembly

4. Atiku Will Soon Rejoin PDP – Defecting Ex-
APC Kano Rep


5. Police, army swoop on kidnappers’ dens in
Ondo

6. NADECO back, says democracy under threat

7. Federal Government to begin trial of Boko Haram
suspects

8. Black Stars Down Eagles To Win WAFU Cup

/>9. Nigeria should go back to 1963 Constitution,
says NADECO

10. Appeal Court begins two-week special sitting
in Lokoja today

11. Shoprite chairman Wiese makes first visit to
Nigeria

12. Joy Odama’s Murder: Cross River Govt Pays
N2.2m For Toxicology

13. FG Begins Trial Of 2,540 Boko Haram
Terrorists Oct 9

14. Germany: Angela Merkel Wins Fourth Term

15. PANDEF, HOSTCOM clash over engagement of
10,000 Niger Delta youths

16. Osinbajo pledges FG commitment to develop Ibom Deep Sea Port

17. Nigeria Expecting Fighter Jets From Russia,
US, Pakistan, UAE

18. I’m Not Promoting IPOB – Fayose

19. Eko Atlantic Gets First Occupant as ABC
Orjiako Acquires Afren Tower

/>20. Mixed reactions trail FG’s hydrocarbon search
in Sokoto basin

21. Osinbajo: Buhari Has Ears for Lawful
Agitations

22. Rivers Not Part of Agitation for Secession,
Says Gov Wike

23. No Islamisation Agenda Behind N100bn Sukuk, Adeosun Replies CAN

24. Kano Govt, Chinese Firm Sign MoU for $600m
Textile Industrial Park

25. South South youths give oil firms fresh 365 days to relocate headquarters

26. Sukuk: Labelling CAN Islamophobic is untenable, mischievous, NCEF replies NSCIA

27. Police, Soldiers Patrol Streets of Asaba After
Attack on Hausa/Fulani Settlement

28. Electoral reform will not work without punishing electoral offenders -Mike Igini.

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