Thursday, 21 January 2016

HEADLINE NEWS FOR THURSDAY 21-01-2016



VANGUARD

*Oil price: Senators split over 2016 budget
*I've God's mandate to unite Yoruba race ' Ooni
*Sacked workers: Labour briefs Imo police boss
*ICPC to arraign ex-Zamfara gov today over alleged corrupt practices
*Fuel import: Foreign suppliers blacklist Nigeria
*Produce Dasuki in court Feb 16, judge orders FG
*LASSA FEVER: FG targets 10,000 health centres, sets up c'ttee
*Killers of ex-FUTA VC sentenced to death
*Telecom firms in Nigeria must adhere to NCC guidelines 'Buhari
*Biafra: Buhari is too soft on Nnamdi Kanu ' Bankole-Hameed
*Ugwuanyi honoured in Ireland for outstanding leadership
*CHAN: Oliseh calls for patience
*CHAN: We're not Niger ' Tunisia coach
*Wolfsburg table 3.5m Euros for Osimhen
*Tension in Lagos market as traders protest invasion by NURTW
*January 15, 1966 coup: Public tragedy, private grief
* Mimiko unveils Sunny Ade, Yomi
Blaq, others as Ondo’s cultural
ambassadors
*Early child education pivotal to nation's devt
*FG to give priority to infrastructure devt in tertiary institutions
*16 orphans get educational grant
*ETL backs Buhari's war against corruption in tertiary institutions


DAILY TIMES

*Corrupt judges'll end up in jail, FG warns
*More Finland companies indicate interest in Nigeria
*Pastor, 70, seeks dissolution of 41-year-old marriage over alleged sex starvation
*N2.6b fraud: How ex-NIMASA DG disburses funds ' witness
*We are not involved in Kogi Assembly crisis ' APC
*TB Joshua sues Lagos Coroner, AG over indictment
*Buhari lauds UAE on financial assistance
*MASSOB claims Police kill 8 in protest
*2015 recorded highest number of annulled polls, says INEC
*Military panel: Ekiti Assembly vows to resist attempt to remove Fayose
*Edo Assembly adopts 55 days business calendar
*N. Korea dropped 1 million propaganda leaflets ' Seoul
*Roadside bomb kills five soldiers in Pakistan
*ANAMBRA TRANSPORT SYSTEM: Obiano sets template for future economic development
*Ministers, judges have 3-5 cars, why the uproar against lawmakers' ' Senator
*Vandalism: Minister of Defence reads riot act to soldiers
*Brutal assault on journalist: NUJ files N500m suit against Customs
*N5,000 stipends will alleviate hardship ' Lawmaker
*Ugwuanyi in UK, lures Nigerians in Diaspora, others to Enugu
*Gov Bello frowns at drainage blockage


TRIBUNE

*Edo 2016: We have no anointed candidate 'Odigie-Oyegun
*Court grants 26 MASSOB members bail in Abia
*500 ex-militants protest non-payment of allowance in Rivers
*Aba killings: Ndigbo not at war with FG, Ohanaeze tells army
*Court sentences 2 domestic staff to death over murder of ex-vice chancellor
*Fenerbahce wants 7m from West Ham to land Emenike
*U-17 Women's W-Cup qualifier: Flamingoes land in Namibia
*Apapa gridlock to persist as truck terminal effort collapses
*NIMASA not a revenue generating agency 'NISA
*African maritime journalists conference debuts in Ghana


NEW TELEGRAPH

*Ex-FUTA VC's killers to die by hanging
*Shell, Chevron to sack 18,500 workers
*Buhari's budget not implementable 'Senators
*Biafra: Court remands Kanu in Kuje Prison
*How I lost my baby during childbirth 'Saraki's wife
*Arms deal: Court orders FG to produce Dasuki for trial
*Nigeria's loss to Escravos pipeline attack hits N2.35bn ' Fashola
*CAN, Yari head for showdown over church demolition
*Nigeria's digital economy, others valued at $4.3trn ' AfICTA
*Stock market rebounds with N302bn gain
*Onyema, Elumelu to speak at WEF in Davos
*Nigeria has 35 Japanese firms, says envoy
*I've no hand in arms procurement fund ' Falae
*Buhari shouldn't erode democratic values, says Ajulo
*Swansea swoop on Onazi
*Pinnick, Giwa exchange blows!
*Leicester's success big boost for Watford ' Ighalo
*Waiting for a female President
*Rapper Mos Def due in court for trying to leave S'Africa on 'World Passport


BBC

*Asian shares up after global panic

*US 'wasted millions' on Afghan aid

*Obama irate over US water crisis

*Vietnam congress set to pick new leaders

*Australian apology to gay UK widower

*Crowd breaks into Moldovan parliament

*Hoffman sees 'subliminal racism' in US

*China's 'Pentagon' building lies empty

*Meet Pakistan's Women on Wheels

*Teaching self-defence to Muslim women

*The Australian who shot a North Korean propaganda film

*Austria's Plan B to cap refugees and tackle migrant crisis

*Sending sanitary supplies so African girls can learn

*Rwanda beat Gabon to advance at CHAN

*Sisters launch 'end of chemo' study

*More Brazil babies affected by Zika

*Man 'frozen to death' comes back to life

*Toxic algae triggers dementia brain changes

*Surprising story of the first boy diagnosed as autistic

*China's Twitter ends 140-character cap

*India regulator pillories Facebook

*Athletic Bilbao 1-2 Barcelona

*Man Utd 'set to be biggest earners

*Leicester City 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur

*Liverpool 3-0 Exeter City


IB TIMES UK

*Inquiry into Alexander Litvinenko murder 'will point to Kremlin involvement'

*BBC slammed in leaked report of Jimmy Saville's sexual assaults

*Sex offenders in UK serving longest
sentences in past decade

*Donald Trump does not think Sarah Palin wants to be his vice president

*Sarah Palin's oldest son Track charged
over domestic violence case

*Miners lead FTSE 100 surge as
disappointing China data boosts stimulus
hope

*European stocks hit lowest level since
October 2014 as oil prices tumble

*Brent crude remains under pressure as
Iran ramps up production

*UK unemployment falls to lowest level in a decade at 5.1%

*BP cuts 4,000 jobs as oil price slump
continues

*Calais police force migrants and refugees to move their 'Jungle' homes

*Lawrie spared jail for trying to smuggle
Afghan refugee from Calais into UK

*Big UK firms will be forced to take action on slave and child labour

*Cameron's immigrant crackdown will
drive thousands into modern slavery

*Scientists Discover Light Emitting From
Mysterious Alien Planet

*Bomb on police bus 'kills 10' as warplanes strike PKK rebels

*Nationalists attack pro-Kurdish party
headquarters caught on CCTV

*Isis 'to eliminate Christianity from Iraq':
1,400-year-old St Elijah's Monastery of
Mosul flattened

*Joe Biden urges world business leaders to do more for LGBT rights

*Young people worried computers will eliminate their jobs in next decade.
 
-----©SDK

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