Today’s Newspaper Headlines (18 December, 2016)

Below are some of the headlines in some selected Nigerian Dailies for today, Sunday, December 18, 2016.

PUNCH:

Confirmation crisis: Magu blocked from seeing Buhari

Ponzi palaver: Nigerians count losses, blame economic recession for MMM woes

Abati, Obanikoro, FFK, others pose for photo in EFCC custody

Nobody forced me to concede defeat to Buhari — Jonathan

First lady, Osinbajo, others absent as Buhari marks 74th birthday

We put our school fees, project money in MMM, varsity students lament

How I became a lecturer at law school – 24-year-old Okwo

I don’t consider Tiwa Savage a friend

Partygoers escape death in Osun ghastly accident

MURIC slams Senate
VANGUARD:
Rivers Rerun: Police Investigate Inec Chairman’s Allegations

Female Football Dying Slowly In Nigeria—Onome Ebi

Nigeria Can Become Africa’s Outsourcing Headquarters For Data Science Opportunities — Adekanmbi , C-Level Executive MTN

Uduaghan Mourns Omawumi Udoh

Obasanjo Created A Jungle Out Of Nigeria’s Democracy – Ambassador Maisule

Why We Replaced Monthly Sanitation With Cleaner Lagos Initiative — Adejare, Commissioner For Environment

 Nigerian Coaches’ Demand For Bribe Pushed Me To Haiti—Sarki

OAU Senate Faults VC’s Invitation By EFCC

POOR POWER SUPPLY: DISCOs Can’t Account For The Bulk Of Revenue From Electricity Consumers — NBET MD

From The Creek, Akinleye Takes Oil War To The Gallery

RECESSION: Ugwuanyi And The BudgIT Verdict

2017 Budget Hints Opportunities For SMEs, Agro Entrepreneurship

C’ River Partners Ita-Giwa On Calabar Food Festival

The Thousand-Year Reign Of Christ 2:16 AMGeorge Akume Is Not My Godfather – Gov. Ortom

Revealed: SGF, Babachir Lawal Awarded N220m Grass Removal Job To His Firm – Senate Report
THE NATION:
Presidency weighs options on Magu

Rivers: IGP raises panel to probe audio tape

Nobody asked me to concede defeat, says Jonathan

Kickback: SGF’s firm allegedly received N200m in 20 instalments

Buhari marks 74th birthday with special parade

Troops arrest notorious militant ‘General Eagle’

SHEHU DIKKO -‘I want NPFL to drive our economy’

Female monarchs in Yorubaland seek recognition

COSTA KEEPS CONTE’S CHELSEA CHUGGING ON TOP

Gambia: Take decisive action now, Sirleaf tells ECOWAS

FRSC says no going back on speed limiting device

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