Tuesday, 29 September 2015

In the News Today(29/9/2015)

Good morning everybody and welcome to the "IN THE NEWS TODAY" the maiden edition on ANGEL DHARMMY BLOG. We would be taking a look at the following papers:
1. PUNCH
2. VANGUARD NIGERIA
3. SUN NEWS
4. TRIBUNE
5. DAILY INDEPENDENT

We would during the day however pick at least 3 stories and do our own analysis cum opinion on those topics we feel we should air our opinions on.

PUNCH:
- Blogger arrested for writing story against Gov. Amosun's wife
- Buhari orders headcount of Nigerian Pilgrims due to Hajj Stampede
- Monarch: Policemen divulge information to cultists
- Benin-Togo beg Nigeria for more Electricity
- Government approves 35 firms to assemble cars - NAC
- Why the Nigerian economy is hurting : Chinese Centre
- Unilag students shutdown varsity over bedbugs attack
- PDP Kicks as Amode appoints Tinubu's friends & relatives

VANGUARD NIGERIA:

- Senate gets Buhari's List of Ministers
- Irate youths holds Oshiomole Hostage in Yenagoa
- 32 million Bank account holders yet to register as Oct 31st, 2015 BVN deadline approaches
- NNPC may sell refinery that doesn't meet rehabilitation ultimation says the GMD
- JEFF wins MTN Project Fame

SUN NEWS:

- 149 youth corpers contend for presidential honours
- Rivers Guber: Army lied, INEC tells Tribunal
- Samsung unveils phone selfie competition
- Economists and Enefiele disagree on economic recession
- FIFA president, Sepp Blatter says "I won't step down
- How Obiano is rebranding Anambra
- Saraki: What APC, Buhari can't ignore
- Without Messi, Barca would still remain merciless says Enrique

DAILY INDEPENDENT:

- Drums of war rumbling in Bayelsa over APC primaries
- Do you know that Police has lost about 435 personnel in 6 months -says IGP
- Australia to deny Chris Brown Visa
- SPDC JV sponsors 3 Nigerian Varsities in SHELL Eco-marathon

TRIBUNE:

- Government orders payments of Ondo workers
- Fear as farm report Bird Flu in Nigeria
- Opinion: Abuse of Siren
- Blood moon is seen around the world
- NDLEA declares 2 Officers wanted
- Nigeria is benefiting from the Privatisation of Power sector - Kola Adeshina (Chairman; Egbin Power)
- 2015 Lagos Tradefair to Hold at 3 Locations
- Concerns about road conditions expressed by Calabar residents.

... Watch out for the 3 stories picked later in the day.

-ciao
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