Today in the Prints (Newspaper Headlines Review)

*Constitution amendment: Senate rejects single term, LG autonomy
*Jonathan wades into Tukur, Gana face-off over PDP convention
*Between Nigeria and Egypt
*Major marketers petition FG over N65.1bn fuel subsidy debt
*Four arrested for pipeline vandalism
*CHAN qualifier: Be ready for war in Abidjan Keshi
*Power supply drops as Shell shuts Afam plant
*We cant bankroll complicated health cases anymore Fashola
*Subsidy protest: Ex-police officer shot indiscriminately Witness
*Al-Mustapha not a Brigadier-General, says Army
*Borno: When Boko Haram created wave of refugees
*NBA okays Kalejaiye for trial over Osun election petition tribunal
*N47.1bn fraud: Akingbola loses bid to stop trial
*FG, states, LGs share N718bn
*Uduaghan advises NSCDC on intelligence gathering
*Mark kicks off construction of N51bn legislative institute
*Al-Mustapha is still an officer- Army
*NLNG begins gas export this week
*N25m damages: Baba Suwe heads for Supreme Court

*ASUP suspends strike
*Match fixing scandal investigation almost concluded — Sanusi
*Film industry to construct nollywood village to mark its 20th anniversary
*Al-Mustapha: Rights group calls for probe of prosecutors
*North must produce president in 2015 – ACF, others
*Uproar as four northern governors visit *Amaechi Protesters stoned governors’ convoy – Rivers govt Kwankwaso, Aliyu, Lamido, *Nyako demand CP’s redeployment
*NLC calls for mass protests over oil theft
*UN may sanction Nigeria for al-Bashir’s visit
Court summons Jonathan to testify against Leadership journalists
*North must produce president in 2015 – ACF, others
*Al-Mustapha not promoted – Army
*INEC scrutinising APC documents –Jega
Five men tortured in CAR
*I’ll contest against Amosun – Rep committee chairman
*NLC calls for mass protests over oil theft
Govs pledge security for corps members
*Alleged killer ex-DPO fails to meet bail terms

*Protesting youths hold Amaechi, four other govs hostage at airport
*Senate rejects financial autonomy for councils, others
*Northern leaders warn Jonathan against fresh bid for presidency
*Court summons Jonathan in forgery case against Leadership’s journalists
*African leaders restate pledge to tackle HIV, TB, malaria
*Poly teachers suspend strike
*Power generation drops as Shell shuts Afam plant
*Nigeria gets N2.5b EU grant for infrastructure
EU slams Nigeria for not arresting al-Bashir
*Wary of arrest, Sudan’s president shuns AIDS summit in Abuja
*’Army not part of Al-Mustapha’s decoration’
*Thugs attack Ekiti PDP leaders over plan to suspend chairman
*The Guardian reporter shortlisted for CNN-Multichoice African journalists laurel
*Army goes tough on criminals in Edo, Delta, Ondo
*Ogun ACN urges Osoba to wade into crisis
*Why PIB must promote job creation, by NLC
*Dismissed DPO shot at fuel subsidy protesters, say witnesses
*EFCC probes Bauchi scholarships board workers
*Yuguda defends relocation of council headquarters
*Minister charges FCT council chiefs on accountability, others

*Police recover explosives abandoned during civil war
*JTF kills three suspected Boko Haram members in Jigawa
*Subsidy riot: How dismissed DPO shot protesters – Witnesses
*US, EU condemn Nigeria’s inability to hand over President Al-Bashir
*ACF, NEF resolve to reclaim power in 2015
*No more free medical services to terminally ill patients – Fashola
*Nigerian Army recruits 16,000 in 2 yrs
*Power situation worsens as Shell shuts down Afam VI
*NAMA to dismantle illegal telecom masts
*Agbakoba threatens to sue NASS with suit over ecclesiastical courts
*Bank indicts EFCC over N2trn seized assets
*Killed policemen: Widows get N500,000 compensation
*Jonathan urges stronger bilateral relations with US
*Police rescue 2 Chinese, kill suspected kidnapper in Ogun
*Reps jettison constitution review report
*Three-year-old boy abducted in Delta
*Imo speaker to face contempt charge if…
*ASUP suspends strike, ASUU adamant
*Militants’ pipelines protection contract part of Amnesty deal —Presidency
*Ijaw leaders wade into Warri North crisis
*Senate strikes out 6-yr tenure for president, govs, others
*Justice minister summoned over $1.3bn Malabu oil deal
*Ebonyi demolishes suspected abode of kidnapped victims
*Ex-Imo speaker asks Okorocha to pay terminal benefits of former lawmakers
*Rivers crisis: NUPENG calls for removal of CP Mbu
*3,000 Kano farmers get N209m from World Bank
*Leadership: Court summons Jonathan
*Two docked for stealing N2.4m property
*Real estate lawyers commend Jonathan over Land Use Act
*Jonathan redeploys Perm Secs
*Anambra guber: APGA BoT member seeks cooperation
*Mob sets truck ablaze for crushing 3 youths on Okada

*Protesters stone Amaechi, 4 other govs •Aliyu, others call for Mbu’s removal, to reconsider funding police
*ASUP suspends 78-day strike
*Mayhem as thugs beat up Ekiti PDP exco members, journalists •Over consensus arrangement for 2014 gov candidate
*Court summons Jonathan to testify in suit against Leadership journalists
*I wish to rule Oyo for 8 years – Ajimobi
*3-year-old baby kidnapped in Delta
*2013 budget: Full implementation is on course – Okonjo-Iweala
*Fuel subsidy protest murder: DPO shot protesters – Witnesses
*Army denies promotion of Al-Mustapha
*ASUU strike: Education minister must go – NANS •UNIJOS ASUU condemns varsity over post-UTME
*Creation of more states not Nigerians’ priority – Balarabe Musa

*Governors’ convoy under attack in Rivers violence
*North’s elders: we’ll take back presidency in 2015
*Senate kills six-year tenure
*What the governors said
*Rivers crisis shameful, say North’s elders
*Rivers crisis: Lawyers write National Assembly over lawsuit
*Two months gone, emergency rule still biting
*Why Sudanese President wasn’t arrested, by Foreign Ministry
*Army rules out promotion, decoration for al-Mustapha
*Reps invite Adoke over $1.092b Malabu oil deal

Credits>Reviewer: Faith Oluwalose Olaniran

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