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Top Newspaper Headlines In Nigeria Today 29th January, 2018

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Top Newspaper Headlines In Nigeria Today 29th January, 2018

Punch News Headlines Today
[Mon-29-Jan-2018]

APCs 389 candidates clear Osun LG poll
Obasanjos daughter, Iyabo, backs dad on letter to Buhari
Killings forced 10,000 pupils out of school Benue SUBEB
Judiciary workers, SERAP kick as Abia lawmakers suspend CJ

Vanguard News Headlines Today
[Mon-29-Jan-2018]

To fight corruption Africans, especially leaders, must have a change of mindset ‘ ‘ Buhari
Probe panel: We shall meet in court, Fayemi tells Fayose
Oyo 2019: Lawmakers endorse Akintola
Assets Falsification Charge: Saraki’s CCT Trial Resumes Feb 6

The Nation News Headlines Today
[Mon-29-Jan-2018]

2019: Senate to confront Buhari on order of polls
Ex-First Lady’s ‘fake firm’ in N300m deals
Fed Govt won’t force cattle colonies
Buhari meets Obasanjo at AU summit

Thisday News Headlines Today
[Mon-29-Jan-2018]

There are No Numbers to Remove Saraki, Says Senate
INEC May Head to Supreme Courtto Determine Election Sequence
Buhari Meets Obasanjo in Addis Ababa,Named Anti-Corruption Champion
Presidency Defends New NIA DG,Says He Did Not Fail Promotion Exams

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Guardian News Headlines Today
[Mon-29-Jan-2018]

Transcorp, FCMB, others lift NSE’s volume by N42.5billion
Groups raise concerns on feasibility of 2018 budget
Maritime workers threaten shutdown at nation’s seaports
How Nigeria can exploit its coal, mineral resources for wealth creation

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Updated: January 29, 2018 — 7:42 am

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