Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Nigerian Newspaper Headlines 23rd December, 2015


*FG declares Thursday, Friday, Monday public holidays
*Immigration arrests man, 29, with 870 ATM cards in Kano
*Senate begins another process of amending 1999 Constitution
*Budget 2016’ll revive economy, says Buhari
*FG, states, LGs share N370bn
*CHAN: Super Eagles face Angola, Cote d’ Ivoire test
*Police burst counterfeit currencies syndicate in Lagos hotel
*Biafra: FG slams fresh 6-count charge against Kanu 2 others 
*Broadband is the next revolution —Danbatta
*Her cruel taunts put me off sex
*MAN charges CBN to stop funding Bureaux de Change
*Semenitari takes over as acting MD, NDDC, promises devt
*2016 will be tough, but… —Oshiomhole *Bank challenges N4.5b
breach of contract judgement
*NCAA sanctions Aero over Bauchi Airport ladder saga
*Cross River declares 5-yr tax holiday for outdoor practitioners
*14,000 police, 200 civilians get human rights training
*Jigawa to employ 100 foreign doctors to enhance manpower
*US govt to encourage American firms investing in Nigeria —Entwistle
*APC accuses Fayose of insincerity over state’s finances
*Guinness Vs NAFDAC: Court fixes Feb for hearing in N1bn fine suit
*IGP approves promotion of 558 police school teachers
*Abia gov Appeal Panel: APGA accuses PDP of blackmail
*Edo abolishes Customary Court of Appeal
*Biafra: Kanu faces fresh charges
*IG okays promotion of 558 police schoolteachers
*Bayelsa rerun: PDP, APC clash over rigging plot
*Govt records N103bn shortfall in revenue allocation
*Budget: Buhari arrives N’Assembly as Reps debate Dogara birthday
*APC, PDP clash on Buhari’s N6tn budget
*Ogun: Police arrest 116 robbers in six months
*Suspected robber misses way after operation, arrested
*Police admit killing UNIPORT student, SUG fumes
*Another family demands missing son from embattled DPO
*Stop blaming Jonathan, Murray-Bruce tells Lai Mohammed
*I’ll fulfil Buhari’s vision for Niger Delta – Seminitari
*Pay me my money, Fasehun tells Buhari
*Rivers Assembly sacks council boss over killings
*12 feared killed in Rivers as pirates ordered passengers to jump into sea
*Woman arraigned in Edo for stealing group fund
*Rift over Anambra court workers’ salaries deepens
*Varsity workers, others want beggars off Calabar streets
*Senate extends 2015 budget implementation to March 2016
*FG budgets N6.08tn for 2016, to borrow N1.84tn
*Consumer group opposes electricity tariff increase

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