NEWS HEADLINES (TODAY): MAJOR NIGERIAN’S NEWSPAPERS

TODAY 11th April, 2016
DAILY TRUST
1. FIRS hires 5 directors secretly
2. Senators, Reps blame budget committee for missing projects
3. Buhari: We’re committed to Jonathan’s deal with China
4. NSCDC destroys 400 illegal refineries in Bayelsa
5. FG denies reports of ransom for Chibok girls
6. Falana to FG: Recover $200bn stolen funds
7. Minister canvasses credit access for farmers
8. Privatise refineries now, Salau tells FG
9. Loans: Falana threatens FG with legal action
10.NNPC records 30 cases of fuel diversion in Borno
11.Chad holds presidential election as Deby vies to extend rule

LEADERSHIP NEWSPAPERS
1. Nigeria ‘II Attain Food Sufficiency In 3 Years – FG
2. Troops Rescue 14 Women, Children In Terrorist Camp
3. NUC To Shut Down Benue Varsity Law Faculty Over Lack Of Facilities
4. ‘185 Of 1,000 Births Die Before 5th Birthday In Kaduna’
5. NNPC Records 30 Cases Of Fuel Diversion In Borno
6. Demise Of Kaduna’s First Class Chief, Harrison, Great Loss – Hon Katung
7. Commissioner: Sokoto Has Enough Vaccines For Heat-related Diseases
8. Put Ekiti First, Fayose Urges Ekiti Politicians
9. Fuel Scarcity: Respite As Marketers Begin Lifting Of Petrol From Lagos

VANGUARD NEWSPAPERS
1. If Only Industries Could Be Provided With Power, A Lot Of People Will Enjoy — Mrs Adebisi Kuforiji
2. Man Stabs Friend To Death Over N2,000 In Lagos
3. Keeping NDDC Out Of Politics
4. Enugu Govt, Fulani Herdsmen Agree On C’ttee To Curb Violent Clashes
5. IFRS: ICAN Certifies More Members
6. US Importing Nigeria Crude Oil Again?
7. Turning Great Ideas Into Great Money
8. Nigeria Remains Best Place To Invest In The World —Dangote
9. Aviation Industry Contributed $685m To Nigeria’s GDP In 2015 — Demuren
10. Forex: Bankers Committee Calls For Adjustments
11. N90bn Onitsha Shopping Mall For Commissioning Friday
12. Investors Demand For N2trn Government Securities In March
13. Stakeholders Challenge Monopoly In Oil & Gas Sector
14. FRC, Shareholders Poised For War Over Audit Committee Chair
15. Buhari’s Compulsive Leap Into A Debt Trap
16. Liquidity Squeeze And Traction Of Pension Funds
17.SMEs Role And Lekki Garden Brand Value

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