#HZMNEWS: TODAY IN THE PRINTS (Newspapers HeadLine Review)

*Lagos-Ibadan Expressway reconstruction to cost N160.7bn
*Explosion in Lagos as vandals rupture NNPC pipeline
*Amaechi, Jang, others attend Jonathan’s dinner
*2015 elections may end up like NGF poll – Amaechi
*Mandela on life support, says official
*Jackson feared concert promoter – Son
*Urgent progress needed on mideast peace – Kerry
*Pope may approve Legion of Christ reform
*Suspected mine detonated in New Jersey
*US economy grows at slow rate
*US Senate backs border amendment to immigration bill
*Australian PM, Gillard, ousted
*Texas governor may revive abortion restriction
*NATO urges Georgia to hold credible presidential race
*Microsoft to unveil latest windows adjustments

*Capital market probe: Hembe, Azubuogu must stand trial Court
*Senate confirms Kekere-Ekun Supreme Court Justice
*NDLEA convicts 21, 871 traffickers in 23 years
*Local firms make huge offshore oil find
*Boko Haram member confesses killing 23 in two days
*Death row: SERAP seeks withdrawal of Jonathans directive
*Rep hails Ajimobi for executing people-oriented projects
*ThisDay bombing: FG has no case against me Suspect
*Alleged N5.2bn scam: Court dismisses charge against Ugbane, Elumelu
*Fayemi urges striking teachers to shelve action
*N25.7bn fraud: EFCC has no case against us Atuche, others
*NIM boss commends Afe Babalola on ABUAD
*Were winning war against terrorism Ihejirika
*NDLEA convicts 21, 871 traffi ckers in 23 years
*Sustainability of literary prizes, as new one debuts
*2015: Not even Clark can stop me from being governor Orubebe

*Reps dump Jonathan’s budget amendment bill
Jega admits rot in INEC, unveils 2015 plan
*FATF commends Nigeria for tackling money laundering, terrorism financing
*Bauchi govt alleges plot to destabilise state
*UK visa policy may hurt air travel, Nigerian scholars, others, say experts
*Sambo, Jang tie stable democracy to strong parties
*Amaechi postpones NGF meeting, chides opponents
*Suspected oil thieves vandalise NNPC pipeline at Atlas Cove
*FEC okays merger of research centres with varsities
*Amaechi urged to drop planned protest against police commissioner
*UNN fails to stop tribunal’s hearing in tax default
*Boko Haram kills Maiduguri district head
Govt arraigns Lebanese over arms
*NDLEA, others seek joint action against drug abuse, trafficking
*Health minister condemns doctors’ warning strike
*BPP rejects ministry’s proposal for N1.8b aviation tools project
*Bauchi female teachers protest against non-payment of salary arrears
*Atuche, others urge court to dismiss theft charges
*Passengers seek probe of ill-fated flight
*Lagos’ panel on collapsed building begins sitting

*Amaechi, Jang to renew NGF battle at NEC today
*Reps reject N4.9tr budget revision
*My 2015 elections fears, by Amaechi
*Niger Governor: recognise Amaechi as NGF chair
*Mandela on life support as Zuma cancels trip
*NGF shifts meeting for presidential dinner
*Senate to military: recruit more personnel to battle Boko Haram
*Mandela…the waiting game continues
*Mandela’s sickness to ‘overshadow’ Obama’s trip

*Explosion rocks Lagos Atlas Cove
*Senate confirms Kekere-Ekun as S/Court justice, Akinkuotu as NCAA DG
*Oando declares N5bn dividends
*Hezbollah: FG finally arraigns Lebanese suspects
*N25bn debt: NLNG may declare force majeure over gas exports
*Court strikes out Sylva’s suit against Dickson
*France condemns execution of prison inmates in Edo
*Nasarawa killings: Al-Makura inagurates 9-man judicial commission of inquiry
*Security outfit arrests 4 sea pirates, robbers in Ondo

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