Today in the Prints (Newspaper Headlines Review)

*Gunmen kill soldier, kidnap Israeli expatriate
*PDP may overrule Daniels suspension
*Ive no link with Madalla bombing Kabiru Sokoto
*51 more protesters killed in Egypt
*ASUU strike: NAssembly summons minister, union leaders
*2015, Jonathan and politics of endorsement
*Jonathans visit to China not to spite Obama Presidency
*Immunity, scrapping of SIECs, LG autonomy top House report
*Nigerians dont want single term, state police Ihedioha
*North must produce the president in 2015 without negotiation Shuluwa
*Gunmen invade hotel, kill six in Lagos
*Lawyers, politicians differ on immunity clause removal
*Man killed by police stray bullets in Ibadan
*Kanu, Bakare, others call for probe of Abiolas death
*NSCDC College graduates 100 officers
*Group plans special prayers for slain Ibadan traders
*Oyo ACN slams PDP for abhorring truth
*Watch out for moon, Sultan tells Muslims
*LAUTECH expels three students, suspends two others
*Amaechi, Oshiomhole, Okorocha shun SEast/SSouth parley

*Govt may extend emergency rule in Borno, others
*We’ll not support Jonathan in 2015 -Northern elders
*Man tortures son to death, buries corpse
*FG, Boko Haram to sign ceasefire deal
*Gunmen kill soldier, abduct Israeli in Edo
*FG plans 550 housing units for flood victims
*NUT berates govs for NGF crisis
*Hezbollah: Suspects want Lebanese envoy as surety
*Govs didn’t shun Lagos-Ibadan road reconstruction ceremony – ACN
*Hajj: Aliyu stops sponsorship of pilgrims
*Workers protest nurse’s beating

*Boko Haram agrees to cease fire, Britain bans group
*’How Nigerians insisted on removal of immunity, others’
*Controversy over alleged killing of 51 Morsi’s loyalists in Egypt
*Oronsaye report not for implementation yet, says FG
*N’Assembly to wade into ASUU strike, says minister
*Govt may probe lawmakers over N2.8b constituency projects
*ACN, Fayemi fault PDP on govs over Lagos-Ibadan road
*Jonathan moves to repeal Land Use Act
*CJN charges new S’Court justice, Kekere-Ekun on integrity
*Ajudua wants Oyewole disqualified in $1.69m fraud trial
*NLNG losses bid to re-affirm restriction order on NIMASA
*Kingmakers return Etubom as Obong of Calabar
*Lebanese admitted receiving training from Hezbollah, says govt
*Water scarcity hits Dutse over foreigners’ arrest
*NUT wants primary school teachers under federal, state jurisdiction
*Delta’s physically-challenged persons protest over free healthcare
*Abia goes tough on tax evaders, begins on-the-spot verification
*NPC, UNFPA seek national policy to check teenage pregnancy
*Passengers allege stealing of luggage at Lagos airport
‘*Govt released N200. 7b to 35 varsities, four others in 2012′

*Dad begs for forgiveness for defiling his two daughters
*NASU urges FG to retain NECO, UTME
*’Why Northern monarchs won’t back Jonathan’s re-election bid in 2015′
*Gunmen kill soldier, kidnap an Israeli in Benin
*Mark pleads with constituents not to defect to other parties
*Return to classroom, FG begs ASUU
*Abasi Otu re-emerges Obong of Calabar
*Amaechi’s emergence, God’s handwork – Rivers Chief of Staff
*3000 benefit from N60m SURE-P fund in Edo
*National PDP may overrule Daniel’s suspension
*We’ve planted 4.3m trees to counter climate change – Lagos govt
*No extending President’s tenure beyond 4 yrs, says Ihedioha
*Why prosecutions against corruption fail – CAFIN
*Lagos lawmakers probe councils’ activities
*Imo, Abia bicker over relocation of transport firm
*Niger govt bans sponsorship of pilgrims to Mecca
*N’Delta ethnic groups fault Ijaw on 10 federating units
*NLNG vs NIMASA: Court refuses to renew order
*195 senior police officers face trial
*OBONG OF Calabar: We ‘ll appeal court ruling – Kingmakers
*SIM card registration: NATCOMS appeals to minister
*Yoruba group renews calls for SNC, celebrates martyrs
*Bayelsa to revive rice farms
*Amnesty c’ttee chair lauds peace in Adamawa
*NGF, APGA condemn Yobe’s students killings
*Don’t sell your votes, former OBJ aide charges electorate
*Mark urges retired military officers to join politics
*Police kill three robbery suspects in Ogun
*Ibru, Urhobo students mourn Ewherido
*Minister identifies port concession gains
*Grange lists impediments to sustainable healthcare delivery
*Group kicks against appointing Bitchi as FUPRE VC

*Troops deployed in schools to stop Boko Haram attack
*Nigeria gets $1.1b Chinese loan
*195 police officers to face panel
*Amaechi’s suspension: Judge withdraws from suit
*Britain set to ban Islamic sect, other
*Ramadan is Wednesday
*Nigerian wins Caine Prize for African writing
*2015: Enugu PDP zones governorship to Nsukka
*CHAN 2014: Glo hails home Eagles emphatic victory

Credits>Reviewer: Faith Oluwalose Olaniran

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