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Today's NewsPaper Headlines - SEPTEMBER 6th 2017

You may be wondering the newspaper to buy Here are some selected headlines in today's newspaper, September 06, 2017.

Vanguard Newspaper

  1. Niger President visits Buhari in Daura
  2. Govt will do all that it should do to stop fake news – Femi Adesina
  3. Doctors’ strike: FG authorises hospitals to engage doctors on ad-hoc basis
  4. N162m Fraud: Two Bureau De Change Operators Remanded
  5. Prisons Pensioners Appeal To Presidency
  6. We Are Committed To Govt’s Drive To Reduce Unemployment, NBC
  7. 55 Husbands Reported Wives For Battery In Lagos — Attorney General
  8. Anambra Gov Poll: Court asked to restrain Kanu, IPOB
  9. New Lagos CP sets up panel to probe police corruption, bribery, sexual molestation
  10. LASG to shutdown unregistered tutorial, educational centres
  11. Edo Pensioners Beg Obaseki Over 42 Months Unpaid Benefits
  12. Stakeholders Becoming Agitated Over FG’s Rhetoric On N’Delta Devt — IYC
  13. World Charity Day: Okowa’s Wife Pays Over N2m For Stranded Patients
  14. Cultists Kill Siblings, One Other In Rivers

Punch NewsPaper

  1. Buhari cancels FEC meeting again
  2. Buhari, economists, others caution against celebrating Nigeria’s exit from recession
  3. Exit from recession fails to lift stocks
  4. FG has schemes to combat unemployment –Minister
  5. CJN, Okonjo-Iweala, Fayemi, Fayose, others under probe –EFCC
  6. N50,000 bail: I spent four days in cell, paid N29,000 –Driver
  7. 852 domestic abuse cases reported in nine months
  8. Clark berates Kanu over Biafra, condemns Arewa quit notice
  9. Ex-Edo speaker returns cars, to retrieve SUV from buyer
  10. Normalcy return to Umuahia after tricycle operators, soldiers’ clash
  11. Borno cholera deaths hit 20, 319 more cases reported
  12. Kwara to access $60m from World Bank – Ahmed
  13. Benue flood: 4,775 victims register in IDP camp
  14. Nasarawa lawmaker leads protest against poor electricity supply
  15. Kogi Speaker denies barring journalists
  16. Ladoja’s suit against Olubadan review sent to Oyo CJ

The Nation NewsPaper

  1. ASUU, Fed Govt to meet tomorrow
  2. Plot to disrupt Anambra poll: Court orders service of processes on Kanu, IPOB
  3. Researcher to FG: Don’t allow foreign investors to dominate economy
  4. Sagay: Bank chiefs aiding corruption should face trial
  5. Striking doctors demand serious commitment from FG
  6. LUTH, LASUTH open for patients
  7. No admission of new patients in UBTH
  8. Prosecution office to take over Abuja houses – Obono-Obla
  9. Fed Govt okays rehabilitation of Kwara roads
  10. God to choose my successor, says Fayose
  11. Olubadan: Judge transfers Ladoja’s case to CJ
  12. Ayade’s wife joins in farm harvest
  13. Abia trains 300 students on ICT
  14. 381 killed in Boko Haram resurgence – Amnesty

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