Friday, 2 October 2015

In The News Today (2/10/2015)

Good morning everyone and you are welcomed to your favourite compilation of INT for 2/10/2015 as written on the various Newspapers. Today we have 5 different tabloids before us and the headlines are picked for their rich contents.

4. SUN


- Buhari Ministers must declare their assets publicly
- Tension in Oshodi over murder of MC Oluomo's Aide
- Ooni's Stool contestant in alleged Fraud case of over N400m with EFCC
- Jonathan spent N64bn on Independence Anniversaries : El-Rufai
- Unpaid Salaries: Ondo workers suspends strike
- Lagos seals Chinese company after PUNCH report
- Investors gain N232bn in 3 days.
- Ekiti pupils protest against high tuition
- Pastor arraigned for defrauding members


- Independence tragedy: Mob attempts to lynch Naval Personnel over death of a man
- Female sucide bombers hit Maduguri
- How Fulani herdsmen kill rape and kill Ogun residents
- NACCIMA responds to EU BAN, Launches E-certificates to authenticate local products
- Financial Literacy: NSE commence 2015 essay competition
- Chelsea Players unhappy with Morinho
- Lil Kesh, Kiss Daniel & Korede bello are no threats to Me


- Olive Oil, Chilli pepper, others reduces cancer risk by 65%
- Workers, Students, Others protest in Ekiti, Ondo, Osun
- Gay party goes awry in Edo
- NLC to set machinery in motion for a new minimum wage
- Our sports fared better in the 80's & 90s than Now, Porbeni affirms
- Fund, Others limit Local couriers in role in e-commerce


- I would have dumped music if not for Project Fame- Jeff Akor, 8.0 winner
- Why PDP lawmakers are not against Buhari- Akpabio
- Imo PDP Tackles Okorocha over fresh N20bn Loan
- Heritage Bank to raise SME's Lending to N100bn
- Navy, Tanker drivers clash over death of conductor
- Senate President or Ex-Governor on trial
- Boko Haram: 80 Members surrender in Borno
- Female Bomber kill scores in Maduguri
- NGSL plans to stem capital flight on steel importation


- Nigeria @ 55: Stakeholders express divergent views on economy.
- Lack of coherent Policy, loose security, challenges of Air Transport in Nigeria
-RUN deploys interactive touch-screen boards to lecture theatres
- NDLEA sensitize drivers on the effects of Alcohol
- MOCPED students brainstorm prospects for NCE Graduates
- Lagos NURTW denies rivalry among Members.

Once again, we have come to the end of today's INT.

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