Wednesday, 14 October 2015

Thurs. Oct. 15 2015 THE GUARDIAN * ‘Nigeria must decide on state police, subsidy’ * Society harps on test for malaria before treatment * Nigeria needs more hospices, palliative centres, says HPCAN * ‘Nigeria lost $2.1b in tax waiver to oil, gas firms’ * Anambra female tutor emerges ‘Teacher of the Year’ * Multiple Explosions kill 7 in Borno – police VANGUARD * FG to ban rice importation next 2 years * Kachikwu, Fashola, steal show at Senate screening * Reps want federal character in recruitment of 10,000 policemen * No sacred cow in anti-corruption war—OSINBAJO * TSA: FG freezes INEC’s accounts over non-compliance * As president, insults were pleasant to me — Obasanjo TRIBUNE * Obama sends 300 troops, drones to Cameroon to battle Boko Haram * House of Reps to probe sale of power assets by BPE under Jonathan * Attacks by Boko Haram have reduced in Nigeria, says Buhari * Nigeria loses $15bn to non-passage of PIB - Kachikwu * Akpabio, Dankwambo win at Tribunal * Fuel crisis looms in Rivers over police brutality No one was manhandled - CP THE SUN * Onu, Dambazzau, Ogbeh, Fashola, 14 others confirmed as ministers * Boko Haram’ll stop when Biafra gains freedom – Uwazuruike *Local rice producers kick against opening land borders * Huge challenge for APC as Lai Mohammed exits * Buhari’s anti-corruption war yielding results –Nwosu, PDP Chieftain * Your anti-corruption war is selective, Jonathan’s former aides tell Buhari . PUNCH *FG to release $10m to begin Ogoni clean-up *How governors can access World Banks $500m FG *Corps members to receive certificate with photo *Alamieyeseigha: Amassomma traders close markets *20-year-old faces murder charge after street fight *Police arrest alleged masterminds of Abuja explosions *Britain will ensure return of looted funds -Minister *Robbers in military uniforms loot Lagos banks Kill mother, baby *Kogi: Boko Haram, army in gunfight *PDP closes defence of Wikes election, no witnesses . THISDAY *18 Ministerial Nominees Cleared, Amaechi's Screening Deferred *Tribunal Upholds Akpabio's Victory *Court to Hear Synagogue's Suit against Ambode *LASG: Traffic Law Violators to Face Prosecution *Anti-graft War: Larmode Seeks Collaboration with African Countries *Buhari Directs Agency to Integrate All National Identity Data *Flood Claims Two in Delta, Threatens Okpai Power Plant *House to Probe Contracts for Railway Rehabilitation, Others *Audu's Trial on 36-Count Charge of N10bn Fraud Stalled *Armed Forces Will Annihilate Boko Haram By December, Buhari Insists *Islamic New Year: Sokoto Declares Thursday Public Holiday . 15/10 in History of Nigeria Year: History 1930: Fela Anikulapo Kuti, multi-instrumentalist musician and composer, pioneer of Afrobeat music, human rights activist, and political maverick, was born in Abeokuta, Ogun State. He was named Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome-Kuti. 1954: Brig-Gen Nuhu Bamalli was born. 1987: Civil Liberties Organisation, a human rights organisation, was formed. 2004: Chinua Achebe wrote a letter rejecting the CFR award noting that he had watched events in Nigeria with "alarm and dismay." 2010: Kayode Fayemi sworn in as the governor of Ekiti state on Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) platform. 2014: The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) sacked Stephen Keshi as Nigeria?s Super Eagles coach

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