Monday, 19 October 2015

Tue. Oct. 20 2015 PUNCH * Return Africa’s stolen funds, Lamorde tells US, UK * ‘Goods clearance at Lagos ports requires 110 signatures’ * Confusion over Saraki’s trial on Wednesday * Buhari fighting corruption like Obasanjo – Adebanjo * N33.8bn debt: Nigeria gives Ghana February ultimatum * Nigerian politicians perceived as rogues – Mimiko VANGUARD * Appeal Court adjourns Saraki's suit indefinitely * Ekweremadu explains why some amendments failed during constitutional reviews * Boko Haram: Weather, logistics challenges threatening December deadline, Service Chiefs tell Buhari * Is this secession threat, a crack on the wall? * CRUDE: Nigeria reaches out to Asian refiners * Nigeria, others lost $4bn to shady oil deals – GLOBAL WITNESS THISDAY * DSS Effects Mass Transfer of Officers from Akwa Ibom * DSS Grants Radio Biafra Director Bail * Six Ministerial Nominees in Closed-door Meeting with Dogara * FG to Introduce Smart Climate Policies to Address Rural Poverty * PDP Complaints Can’t Stop Arrests, Says APC * FIFA Presidency: Blatter Backs African Successor THE SUN * CCT: Appeal Court postpones ruling in Saraki’s case * FG’ll not micromanage anti-graft agencies –APC * EFCC quizzes ex-Kebbi gov, Dakingari * Flood sacks 1,000 in Rivers, submerges 50 buildings * Senator identifies 13 factors responsible for Boko Haram * There’re lapses in Electoral Act –INEC boss 20/10 in History of Nigeria Year: History 1992: Mr Johnson surrenders Monrovia Liberia and is exiled to Nigeria 2005: Nigeria reached an agreement over its $30.4 billion debt to 15 Paris Club members. Under the deal, $18 billion was cancelled. The remaining $12.4 billion was to be paid to the creditors upfront.

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