In case you missed them, here are the NEWSPAPER HEADLINES for today 17/09/13

•PRESIDENCY BREACHES TRUCE: Jonathan won’t accede to G7 demands- Gulak…Aggreived govs okay him for 2015- Akpabio….Tambuwal faces impeachment threat over New PDP;
•Inmate’s murder sparks riot in Adamawa prison;
•Ibori hides assets in Nigeria’s Oando- Britain;
•FG targets 6-7% GDP in 2013;
•Suswam threatens ‘no work,no pay’ for BSU lecturers;
•Kaduna politicians scramble for commissioner slots;

•FG reopens talks with ASUU…Benue governor vows to employ no work, no pay policy;
•NASARAWA KILLINGS: NYSC evacuates corps members;
•Jonathan rejects demands of ‘New PDP’….says, ‘I can’t stop EFCC from probing any Nigerian’………silent on 2015 ambition;
•NASS: New APC principal officers to merge;
•Mohammed Abacha returns to PDP;
•‘FG insincere over revenue earnings into federation account’;
•Ibori hid assets in Oando—British prosecutor;
•He is an insignificant shareholder—Oando;

•PEACE TALKS: Jonathan bows, agrees to Tukur’s exit;
•Other Key AGREEMENTS: Rebel governors say President can contest in 2015;
•No political prosecution of governors;
•Amaechi recognised as NGF Chairman;
•PDP exco in Adamawa, Rivers to be restored;
•Leadership crisis rocks opposition….as Reps press for Jonathan, principal officers’ ouster;
•Controversy trails biometric data collection by police….506 die in Ondo, Osun, Oyo road crashes—FRSC;
•Police probe ‘Civilian JTF’ member’s killing;
•Senate resumes, awaits medium term framework;
•Jailed Ibori hid assets in Oando—British prosecutor……It’s not true, says oil firm;
•Name Ondo varsity after Agagu, group tells Mimiko;

•BATTLE FOR PDP’s SOUL SHIFT TO NASS: G7 Governors, Tambuwal, others in secret meeting….Anenih, pro-Jonathan lawmakers in another plot;
•FG loses 1.45trillion naira Oil Revenue in 9 months;
•Kwankwaso, others mourn the late Agagu;
•OMBATSE KILLINGS: Nasarawa Assembly demands Emergency Rule…as fear grips communities….Act now, APC tells FG;
•Boat mishap claims 9 in Taraba;

•Akpabio: G7 Govs Backing Down on Jonathan 2015;
•Shell Reopens Trans Niger Pipeline;
•Yuguda Takes over as Supervising Minister at NPC;
•UK Prosecutor: Ibori Hid Assets in Oando, Oil Company Denies Allegation;
•NANS Blames ASUU Strike for Increase in Crime Rate;
•APC Calls for FG’s Intervention in Nasarawa Crisis;
•FG to Phase out Yellow Cards Next Month;
•IBB Urges Northern Govs to Revive Agriculture;
•NOA Proposes Jail Term for Abuse of National Symbols;
•FG Calls for Reduction of Years in Medical Studies;
•Abe: Kattey’s Travail, a Wake-up Call on Insecurity;
•Uduaghan Gets Fellowship of Medical College;
•Solid Minerals Audit: FG Threatens Firms with Licence Revocation;
•Group Condemns Sack of Ministers;
•Youth Restiveness: Edo Govt Urged to Create More Jobs;
•Riot in Adamawa Prisons over Killing of Inmate;

•Jonathan to cripple G-7 governors ahead of October 7;
•Ibori hid assets in Oando—British prosecutor;
•South African company acquires 49% UAC subsidiary;
•Ombatse paralyses activities in Nasarawa, NYSC members evacuate;
•Outcry over rise in PHCN tariff baseless—Minister;

•Revealed: The deal between Jonathan, rebel governors;
•Undergraduates, others arrested for stealing 2billion naira from bank;
•Private jet: El-Rufai dismisses CAN’s threat;
•Ceasefire: Aggrieved governors meet New PDP Senators, Reps;
•13 killed in US shooting rampage;
•Ibori hid assets in Oando – British prosecutor;
•Nasarawa: Soldiers kill Ombatse leader, arrest others;

•Jonathan to governors: I didn’t promise one term;
•EFCC arrests four suspects for alleged 2.05billion naira fraud;
•Nigeria puts $200m SWF cash in investment;
•Aggrieved governors agreed not to stop President, says Akpabio;
•How Ibori hid cash, by UK prosecutor;
•U.S. doctors: Suntai must get good rest;
•ASUU strike: Group plans mass rally against govt;

•Accountant General opposes lower PenCom DG bar;
•P D P CRISIS: Jonathan, governors agree to resolve dispute;
•2015: Al-Mustapha, Dokubo, Uwazuruike meet;
•FG warned before Ombatse killings, state government says;
•2015 stalls Jonathan’s talks with ‘rebel’ governors;
•Ministers fired in target of ‘rebel’ governors;
•Navy warship heads arrives Australia for International Fleet Review;
•Julius Berger completes Abuja National Stadium pitch;
•Nigeria’s new Yellow Fever card, launched;
•2,500 Nigerians to 1 doctor, reveals new report;
•N2.05Bn fraud: EFCC arrests bureau de change operators, undergraduates;
•Leather overtakes cocoa as second biggest foreign exchange earner;
•Ogun appoints 26 principals, 67 vice principals;
•Heed govt’s warning on flood, Kogi residents told;
•Poor information flow affecting our job, says JTF commander;
•Police officer dies in Ogun auto crash;


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