#TodayInNigeria 14/8/2014

14 Aug

Daily Times

•News⁠

Governments Not Doing Enough to Transform Agriculture-Prof.Kolo

UN declares Iraq emergency amid clashes

Donetsk rocked by heavy shelling

Niger State Government Establishes Tertiary Education Trust Fund

PDP, APC struggle for Niger East Senatorial seat

Boko Haram kill 20 in fresh attack

⁠•Politics⁠

Imo 2015: Ararume Appoints Ogunewe Campaign Director, Kicks Off Campaign

Polls: APC Alleges Katsina PDP Of Taking Over LGs

Group Rubbishes Osun Election Result, Call for Cancellation

Taraba Deputy Gov Ignores Warning, Begins Moves for 2015

Rights Groups Calls For Cancellation Of Osun Elections

I Have No Plan Defecting To The PDP, Says Abubakar Audu

⁠•Sports⁠

Manchester United Bans Tablets in Old Trafford

Nigeria 2-1 England: Falconets Overpowered English Girls, Qualify to Quarter-final

Keshi Debunks New Eagles Contract Offer

Ebola: Nigeria Allay Rwandan Fears Ahead of September’s AFCON Qualifier

NFF Lifts Ban on Baribote, Adepoju, Others, Finalises Arrangement with Keshi

⁠•Business⁠

First Bank Clears N1.8bn Debt

FG Boosts Local Fish Supply


CBN Reintroduces Charges on Cash Withdrawals on ‘Other Banks’ ATMs, Effective Sept 1

CBN Releases N237bn for Agric Projects

NUPENG Threatens To Shut Down Oil And Gas Operations

Fake products: SON clamps down on computer village

⁠•Health⁠

Ebola: FG Hires 490 Health Officers

WHO Commmends FG’s Response To Ebola Outbreak

20 More People Under Surveillance for Ebola

Ebola Is Not A Threat To Nigeria- Maku

Liberia to give two doctors trial drug

Crisis Looms As Health Workers Commence Indefinite Strike


For details and more News kindly visit
http://m.dailytimes.com.ng/

The Eagle Online

Nigerian mum kills six-year-old daughter while parking car

Ebola: Seven-month-old shows symptoms in Kwara

Ogun students seal Amosun’s office over hike in tuition fees

National Conference ends as delegates adopt final report

FIFA ranking: Nigeria moves up one spot

Ebola: Nigerian develops drug, for use in Lagos today

Ebola: Another Nigerian doctor who treated Sawyer confirmed positive

Canada 2014: Falconets set
up New Zealand quarter final clash

Jimoh Ibrahim pays one month salary, aide defends non-payment for five months

Ebola: Nigerian athletes quarantined in China, barred from Olympics

Ebola: 21 quarantined in Enugu

Abduction of Chibok girls: Northern elders split

We’re capable of fighting Boko Haram – Olukolade

Delta: Police free lecturer’s wife from kidnappers’ den

Boko Haram: Police set up tactical operation points

Voters confront Elumelu, Delta speaker on failed projects 

Keshi denies new Eagles contract offer

NFF poll: Odegbami, Ogunjobi, Umeh disqualified from presidential race

For more stories, please visit: theeagleonline.com.ng

You can add us on Blackberry: 2AFE173B; Twitter: @DEagleOnline;
Facebook: The Eagle Online; WhatsApp: +2348094000057; and Linkedin:
The Eagle Online. You can also subscribe to our Newsletter at theeagleonline.com.ng

The Guardian

•HEADLINES:

Govt confirms 198 Ebola cases

Attacking Obama policy, Hillary Clinton exposes different worldviews

Nigeria’s debt hits N10.43tr, says DMO

Jonathan names Kifasi as new Head of Service

No link between Ebola, leprosy, says mission

How falsehood, others affect war against terror, by Olukolade

Enugu deputy governor collapses at panel sitting

Amaechi, Wike supporters clash in Rivers

FG seeks speedy passage of road authority, fund bills

UNIBEN refutes reports on VC’s absence

National News

PDP alleges INEC colluded with APC to rig Osun poll
• Omisore gets court order to stop probe panel

Loyalists plan rally for Umar’s second term bid

How falsehood, others affect war against terror, by Olukolade

• Police set up tactical operations points 

Protest of soldiers’ wives over Boko Haram attacks morally right, says Sagay

No security report prior to Kaduna suicide blasts, says Yero

Presidency accuses opposition of creating apprehension

•Latest News Articles

Osun Poll: Victory despite garrison command

Nigerian manufacturing companies lament harsh operating miliue

For details and more Stories please visit
http://ngrguardiannews.com/news/national-news

The Nation Newspaper

Today in the #News

• Chibok girls: Troops in Sambisa, says DHQ
• Nigerian Ebola cases hit 198 as nurse flees Lagos
• Nigeria: we’ll battle Ebola to stand still, says Jonathan
• Why my husband came to Nigeria – Patrick Sawyer’s wife
• South tackles North over draft constitution
• PVC distribution begins in 11 states, FCT tomorrow
• Some residents won’t get voter cards, says INEC
• Women dropping hijab over female suicide bombings
• Osun: ‘Jonathan didn’t abuse state power’
• Boy, 19, arrested for alleged bestiality
• Rivers council chair slumps, dies
• Military ready to attack us again, says El-Zakzaky

…and in #Sports

• NFF poll: Umeh, Odegbami, Ogunjobi out
• Nigeria’s Quadri makes ITTF top 10 active players
• Murray through in Cincinnati
• Maria Sharapova is Highest-Paid Female Athlete

Kindly go to http://www.thenationonlineng.net for details and lots more
Follow us on twitter @thenationnews
SHARE with friends

Punch

•Featured Stories

Twists and turns of Aregbesola’s victory

Ebola centre coming amid fear, protest

Ebola: 21 persons isolated in Enugu

Enugu deputy gov slumps before impeachment panel

Court stops panel from probing Omisore

•Latest News

Australia premier’s daughter charged with murder

Pope visits South Korea in first Asia trip

FIFA U-20: Falconets beat England, land in q/finals

Botswana athlete faces ban over drugs

Israel, Palestinians begin tense five-day Gaza truce

Falana seeks probe of snipers for rights violation

Confab: Northern delegates demand withdrawal of ‘draft constitution’

400,000 persons displaced by Boko Haram, says NEMA

Yero denies receiving intelligence report on Kaduna blasts

Palestine, Israel crises worry Nigerian Muslims

•Sports

No deal yet with NFF –Keshi

NFF wants electoral committee sacked

Azarenka withdraws from Cincy

Rooney named captain

•Politics

APGA gives conditions for supporting Jonathan in 2015

Ajimobi seeks massive turnout for voter card collection

•Metro Plus

Lagos cop smashes motorcyclist’s head with gun

NCC shuts shops, seizes N6.5m pirated books

Police narrate how teacher raped pupil in toilet

Edo command nabs man for sleeping with dog

•Health Science

Ebola vaccine trials set to begin in September

For details and more News kindly visit
http://www.punchng.com/

Vanguard

Uyo prepares for President Jonathan’s visit

Osun: Jonathan didn’t abuse state power — Kashamu

Shake up in Airforce: New AOCS appointed

Amosun forcing Osoba, others out of APC, says ex-deputy gov

I owe no one any apology says Minister who cleared Patrick Sawyer to travel

Ebola, LASU fees: Fashola seeks adjustment of budget

Bakassi returnees storm C’River govt house over non-payment of 20-month stipends

Surulere LG splashes N35m on youths, others

ERA blames oil spill-related fires on poor clean-up

Africa economy can surpass those of Europe, Asia — Fashola

50 B/Haram, 30 soldiers killed in Pilka, Gwoza in one week

Confab: No hidden agenda in draft report – Clark, Falae, Nwachukwu, Dara

2015: Umar moves to consolidate power with campaign team .A

Ultimatum to Jonathan on Chibok Girls: Shut up, you’re rabble-rousers, NEC tells NEF

Counter-terrorism: Police set up tactical operation points

CONFAB: Tension forces delegates to adjourn after 14 minutes

Head of Service, 12 perm secs, 287 others for retirement in Ogun

Ekiti reads riot act to feuding communities

Enugu Dep gov slumps at impeachment hearing

Sapele residents protest one year of power outage

Delta Police rescue kidnap victim, arrest suspects

Father shoots son over party differences

Senator moves to curtail spread of Ebola

confab: Lawmaker, ex-commissioner flay scrapping of LG system

Ogun Police arrest 4 suspected cultists over undergraduate’s death

Man docked for robbing policeman of AK47 rifle, ammunition

Nobody died in Ejigbo/Ajao link road shooting —Police

Gulf states discuss Ebola precautions ahead of hajj

5 suspected Boko Haram members docked over kidnapping in Kogi

Ex-militants issue 2-week ultimatum on amnesty

For details and more Stories please visit
http://www.vanguardngr.com/category/national-news/

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s