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NEWSPAPER REVIEW THURSDAY 7TH SEPTEMBER, 2017

Posted on: September 7, 2017

NEWSPAPER REVIEW, THURSDAY, 7TH SEPTEMBER, 2017.

DAILY TRUST
Buhari returns to Abuja after Sallah holidays in Daura
Buhari said he would not seek re-election in 2019 – Minister
FG insists resident doctors’ strike flouts agreement
APC, PDP differ on recession exit
We’ll recover govt assets in private hands – Kwara Speaker
NAF lays group captain Adanu Ochai to rest
Recession ends when all Nigerians can eat three square meals – Atiku
Benue flood: FG to dredge River Benue, construct drainage system in Makurdi – Buhari
TUNISIA: 13 ministers replaced in cabinet reshuffle
Ekiti 2018: PDP picks deputy gov. to succeed Fayose
Rights groups declares Amnesty International enemy of Nigeria
Police Commission confirms Sen. Misau’s retirement letter
Zamfara govt to recruit 280 health workers — Yari
South Africa business confidence at lowest since 1985 emergency
Resident doctors’ strike: NYSC tasks corps doctors to bridge gaps

PUNCH
2019: Minister pledges to back Atiku against Buhari
Varsity, poly, non academic workers begin strike Monday
OAU SUG leaders in bloody fight over N3.8m largesse
Police recant, say Misau’s retirement letter genuine
Why Nigerians haven’t felt impact of exit from recession – NBS boss
Woman arrested in Ogun for abducting 7-year-old girl
Community seals pastor’s house for burying charms in land
EFCC clears CJN as Onnoghen declares readiness for probe
Budget: FG targets N100bn from Islamic bond, sukuk
Like Nnamdi Kanu, like Buhari
Police recant, say Misau’s retirement letter genuine
Adeyeye, others kick as Fayose’s deputy emerges PDP gov candidate
FG summons S’African envoy, wants Nigerian’s killing probed

THE SUN
I’m not for Buhari –Minister
Police intercept 5,000 packets of tramadol in Jigawa
Boko Haram: We’ve killed Shekau’s deputies – Army
I’m ready for probe, Onnoghen tells EFCC
Misau’s retirement letter genuine – Police Service Commission
Resident doctors’ strike: Save our lives, patients beg FG
Enugu Assembly backs local government autonomy
Recession exit: Food prices still high – NBS
Russia 2018 : Eagles owes Nigerians World Cup ticket – Mikel

THISDAY
Lai Mohammed: Exiting Recession Did Not Happen by Accident But FG’s Hard Work
Non-Academic Varsity Unions Join ASUU, Doctors, Start Strike Monday
Edun: FG is Funding Governance Structures Needed for Ogoni Clean-up
EFCC Probe: I’ve Nothing to Hide, Says Onnoghen
Kale Explains Why Nigerians Can’t Feel Impact of GDP Growth
Despite Paris Club Refunds, Bauchi, Abia, C’River, Four Others Yet to…
Even If Buhari Runs in 2019, I Will Support Atiku, Says Aisha Alhassan
FG Launches Pre-offer Roadshow for N100bn Sukuk
Fayemi: Kaduna Nickel Deposits, Potential Game Changer for Nigeria’s Economy
PSC Confirms Senator Misau’s Retirement Followed Due Process
CAC Registers Guild of Professional Bloggers
Army: Two Deputies to Boko Haram Leader, Shekau Killed
HURIWA Wants FG to End Military Harassment in South-east

THE NATION
End of recession sparks row between APC, PDP
Recession: Govt policies yielding fruits- ministers
Disquiet as minister backs Atiku for 2019
University workers to begin strike
ASUU: Fed Govt to present terms at meeting today
Ekiti: Fayose endorses deputy as PDP candidate
Kwese Premier League winners to take home N45m
How Fed Govt is funding Ogoni clean-up, by Edun
OAU: Show of shame as SUG excos fight over N3.8m
Nothing wrong with visit to Atiku – Aisha Alhassan
NARD violates Trade Dispute Act – Ngige
Cuba to partner Nigeria in medicine, biotechnology
Ochefu hopeful as D’Tigers leave for Tunisia
Adamawa: 105,000 patients benefit from ICRC project.

GOOD MORNING AND REMAIN STRONG IN THE LORD.

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