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Nigeria Top Newspapers Headlines For Tuesday, October 8 2019

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NATION
*Borno hires ‘juju’ hunters to battle Boko Haram
*Govt set to launch cultural, tourism policies
*FEC okays N727b increment on 2020 Budget
*I’m not pleased with insecurity, says Yobe governor
*Ogun raises N1bn to fight insecurity 
*Lalong to commissioners: I will not tolerate failure
*Come up with made in Nigeria ideas, Buhari tells NESG
*$9.6b judgment: CCB gets petition against ex-CJN Belgore
*Mohammed’s election as Bauchi governor upheld
*Way out of economic crisis, by Dangote, Sanusi, others
*Tribunal dismisses Jime’s petition against Ortom for lack of merit
*Court remands six Islamic Centre’s teachers
*Igbeneghu… Forsaken by UNILAG, Four square
*How to build, sustain strong economic future
*Sanwo-Olu honours DPO who saved robbery victim
*NBA urges more states to adopt ACJA 
*Court acquits lawyer, others accused of selling land 
*Lalong pledges full implementation of SDGs
*‘I shed tears of joy after I was called to Bar’
*Division in Kwara APC over governor’s style
*Nursing mum sues Bagudu, DSS, over ‘illegal detention’
*Bayelsa Polland PDP’s new permutations
*Main One submarine cable lands in Cote d’Ivoire
*There turn of toll gates on highways
*FG and court orders
*Is educational requirement for political office too low?
*Improving air space radio communication
*Institute appoints Kayode, Gadzama others into Governing Council
*‘Lagos judiciary condone touting’
*Stakeholders seek prosecution of failed electricity contractors
*Institute of Information Management chief joins ICA
*Why court jailed ex-NBA chair for five years
*Should FRSC certify drivers?
*Police extortion on highway is robbery, says commissioner
*Lagos Ho Sfrown sat violation of council laws
*APM Terminals, LAWMA clean up Apapa
*Lawyers differ on Buhari’s Independence Day speech
*Why ‘trial within a trial’ in criminal cases should be abolished
**Details of $9.6 billion fed govt, p& id deal
*Fintiriand Adamawa’s ‘unpaid civil servants’
*Case overload: Judiciary at crisis point
*Communications Ministry, NCC, Digi Serve, therefore-government confab

DAILY TRUST
*Police arrest father for allegedly torturing son to death
*Herdsmen kill one in A’Ibom, council chair alleges
*Police nab man, 39, over theft of baby
*3 brothers remanded for allegedly defiling, molesting 8-yr-old niece
*Two friends remanded over robbery
*Man charged with defiling neighbour’s 7-yr-old daughter gets N50,000 bail
*Toll gates: Taxing our patience!
*59 independence: How did we get it wrong?
*Nigerians abroad vs. what we are
*Peoples Republic of China @ 70
*59 independence: How did we get it wrong?

LEADERSHIP
*Nigeria’s Wealth In The Hands Of Few People – PMB
*APC Govs Storm NASS Over Oshiomhole/Obaseki Rift
*‘Nigeria’s Leather Industry Generates $600m Annually’ -Onu
*APC Chieftain Commends PMB’s Economic Policies
*UNILAG, Church Suspend Randy Lecturer
*Payment Of Minimum Wage Is Good For The Economy
*Curbing The Menace Of ‘One Chance’ Criminals
*PMB Condoles With Justice Nasir’s Family Over Son’s Death
*Fear Of Economic Slowdown Impacts Oil Prices
*Equities Market Posts 0.45% Loss On Seplat, 15 Others
*GITEX 2019: Nigeria Ready For 5G Network, Says Communication Minister
*Outrage As Vehicle Kills School Pupil In Ogun

VANGUARD
*Boko Haram And The Path Of Thunder
*Taxing Poverty Nigeriana
*Bank Workers Issue Industrial Unrest Notice Over Casualisation
*Patients’ Safety Rights To Medication Non-negotiable — OHUABUNWA
*Barca Sack U-19 Head Coach, Victor Valdes
*General Electric Freezes Pensions Of 20,000 Employees, Offers Buyout To 100,000
*Childhood Mental Disorders Treatable When Diagnosed Early — EDUCATIONISTS
*Nigeria Ready For 5G – Communication Minister
*As We Celebrate 59 Years Of Nationhood…
*FG Reiterates Commitment To Security, Quality Education
*#SexForGrades: BBC Releases Full Video, Showcases Life Inside ‘cold Room’
*Community Pharmacists Worry Over Exposure Of Nigerians To Falsified Medicines
*Saudi Arabia Allows Unmarried Couples Share Hotel Rooms
*SexForGrades: No More ‘cold Room Experience’ As UNILAG Shuts Down Location
*Saturn Overtakes Jupiter To Become Planet With Most Moons

PUNCH
*Akeredolu sacks aide for congratulating deputy gov’s wife
*Stakeholders make case for blind, albino voters
*Andy Murray to make Grand Slam return at Australian Open
*Jonathan’s kinsman quits Dickson’s govt
*Dickson cautions INEC, security agencies at PDP campaign
*BMO, PDP clash over Jonathan’s Chibok girls’ inaction
*My abductors offered me money – Emmanuel’s aide
*Govs stopping overseas parties because of EFCC –Magu
*Customs-seized vehicle kills Ogun student, injures others
*Benin Disco to distribute 67,452 meters in Ekiti
*Labour demands minimum wage payment implementation
*Farmers get pest-resistant bean variety in Dec
*FSARS operatives shaved my head at gunpoint –18-year-old AAU undergraduate
*Court orders forfeiture of convicted ex-NIMASA ED’s hotel
*Security beef up as Buhari presents budget today
*Tribunal upholds Ortom, Mohammed’s elections
*Two soldiers killed in Niger terrorist attack

TELEGRAPH
*EFCC arraigns U.S. citizen over $388.838 green card fraud
*Workers deserve decent minimum wage –NLC
*Court to rule in suit seeking to sack FIRS boss, Fowler Oct 11
*AAAN holds 14th edition of LAIF Awards
*FAO: Unfavourable weather to affect 513.5m tonnes of rice production, others
*Boko Haram: Group raises the alarm over activities of international NGOs
*BEDC unveils plans to give Ekiti consumers 67,452 prepaid meters
*Bayelsa guber: Southern Ijaw youths endorse PDP candidates
*Minimum wage, maximum trouble
*Metering, panacea to accurate crude oil production in Nigeria – NEITI

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