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NEWSPAPER HEADLINES.......Nigerian News, Africa and global as Reported by Nigerian Dailies Nov 11, 2017

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This Saturday, November 11, 2017, The early morning news will surely prepare you for the weekend.  The President Buhari says lack of borrowing will hinder his Government.  Do you want to know why Ohanaeze supported the banning of IPOB?. Do you know that Imo State Governor will soon unveil another statue - Okoorocha finally unveils Johnson-Sirleaf’s statue in Imo

Are you aware that Northern leaders are not happy with Ayo Fayoshe's Presidential aspirations or that the Petroleum Minister truely want the powers of NNPC MD reduced. Do men send their wife abroad for  prostitution? ...Pastor stops wedding of man who allegedly sent real wife abroad for prostitution


We present the major Newspaper headlines for this Saturday morning with an assurance that you will be glad you did.





Here are the headlines:



Lack of borrowing will limit govt greatly - says Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has written to the Senate, seeking approval for external loan of $5.5 billion to enable the Federal Government finance the 2017 budget. President Buhari’s loan request was contained in a letter to the Senate President, Senator Bukola Saraki, which was read on the floor of the Senate, yesterday

Why Ohanaeze supports IPOB’s ban—Nwodo

THE President-General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief John Nnia Nwodo, has said that the apex Igbo socio-cultural body supported the decision of the South-East Governors in proscribing activities of the Independent People of Biafra, IPOB, because the decision saved several lives and doused the explosive tension in Igboland..

2019: Northern leaders condemn Fayose’s declaration

Northern leaders and elders of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, yesterday, converged on Abuja to harmonise the party’s stand on the zoning arrangement, ahead of the 2019 general elections. Cross section of Party Faithfuls during the meeting of the PDP Northern Elders and Leaders Caucus at the Adamu Maina Waziri Hall, Ajuji Hotel, Apo, Abuja.

Family reacts to death of another Davido’s friend, DJ Olu

The family of late Gbemiga Abiodun, better known as DJ Olu, one of Davido’s official DJs, has urged the public to disregard insinuations about his death. Davido’s and his late friend, DJ Olu The 25-year-old son of oil magnate, Dapo Abiodun, was found unconscious in his car a few days ago, alongs a friend identified as Chime Amaechi

NNPC feud: Kachikwu wants petroleum minister’s powers whittled down, meets Baru

The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Mr. Ibe Kachikwu and the Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, Mr. Maikanti Baru, yesterday, put aside their differences and discussed opportunities in the Nigerian petroleum industry and ways to grow the sector.
others:

  • Secondus denies being imposed on PDP as chairman
  • Arsene Wenger reveals real reason Alex Iwobi chose to play for Nigeria
  • Seized $43m: Magu lied, EFCC has not paid me 5% promised – Whistle blower
  • Algeria vs Nigeria: Rohr’s assistant, Nabil reveals how Eagles will approach game
  • Algeria vs Nigeria: Reps member, Omidiran speaks ahead of clash
  • Nigerians jailed in UK for £610,000 fraud [PHOTO]
  • Igbos cry out over killing of kinsmen in Plateau
  • UEFA bans Patrice Evra
  • Presidency reveals what Buhari told Christian, Muslim leaders in Aso Rock
  • Man sodomises three boys, bags three years imprisonment
  • Okoorocha finally unveils Johnson-Sirleaf’s statue in Imo
  • Apostle Suleman speaks on tithe controversy, backs Pastor Adeboye
  • CAN president reveals what they discussed with Buhari
  • Organised Labours suspends strike in Kogi
  • Court dissolves 7-year old marriage over adultery, threat to life
  • Pastor stops wedding of man who allegedly sent real wife abroad for prostitution [VIDEO]
  • Buhari, Osinbajo meet Muslim leaders in Aso Rock [PHOTOS/VIDEO]
  • Premier League: No progress in Manchester United contract talk with Mourinho
  • Court orders Senate to reinstate Ndume, pay his salaries in full
  • Buhari’s govt. has surpassed itself in fight against corruption – Prof. Sagay
  • Dammy Krane: Your Body (Odoo Esisi Mi) [Music]
  • Continue to be transparent, fair – US envoy urges INEC in Ekiti
  • Becca: Crazy [Video]
  • Davido: Fia [Music]
  • Yemi Alade: Single and Searching feat. Falz [Video]
  • Koker – Testimony [Music]
  • Anglican Bishop drags 3 priests to court for refusing to remit money to diocese
  • What we want Buhari to do – Christian leaders
  • I remain life member of PDP BoT – Bode George
  • Economic activities grounded in Calabar as PHED throws capital into darkness
  • Ekiti APC hails Kaduna Governor, El-Rufai over teachers’ competency test
  • Anambra guber: Senate INEC committee speaks on Nov 18 election date
  • Prostitute shoots man for performing sex act wrongly
  • Aregbesola’s govt has developed Osun through debt – Commissioner
  • La Liga: Morata speaks on Neymar’s Real Madrid links
  • EFCC fears only God – Magu
  • Algeria vs Nigeria: What Super Eagles must avoid – Jo Bonfrere
  • N-Power addresses beneficiaries yet to get their devices
  • Evans loses bid to quash murder, firearms charges
  • Buhari, Christian leaders meet inside Aso Rock [VIDEO]
  • Sagay vows to continue attack on Nigerian Senate, House of Reps
  • Bello budgeted N340m for wife’s 2017 tour – Dino Melaye releases shocking figures [Full list]
  • WAEC releases approved subjects, exam towns for 2018 first series [Full list]
  • Fani-Kayode carpets Lai Mohammed for urging Nigerians to re-elect APC in 2019
  • Akwa Ibom commissioner, Prof. Eno Ikpe is dead
  • Anambra guber: Why Obiano will lose on Nov 18 – Obaze, Obi
  • Nobody can stop me from performing my roles – Olubadan warns Ibadan High Chiefs
  • Algeria vs Nigeria: Rohr, Mikel speak ahead of World Cup tie
  • Ambode sacks Lagos Sports Commission boss, Deji Tinubu
  • Fani-Kayode reacts to Lai Mohammed’s claim that he never told lies....Courtesy DailyPost and Vanguard


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