Newspaper Headlines for 13th March 2017

Newspaper Headlines for 13th March 2017
  • PublishedMarch 13, 2017

Daily Sun

Panic Grips Buhari’s Ministers, Top Aides

Following speculations that President Muhammadu Buhari may soon effect a cabinet reshuffle, panic has overwhelmed ministers and top aides, who have resorted to lobbying to retain their jobs.


Business Day

Soludo, Rewane, Yusuf, Others Hinge ERGP Success On Economic Restructuring, Forex

Charles Soludo, former governor, Central Bank of Nigeria(CBN), and other stakeholders unanimously agreed that restructuring Nigeria’s macroeconomic structure and ensuring foreign exchange stability, among other factors, would drive the success of the Economic Recovery and Growth Plan( ERGP), the medium-term economic  recovery strategy of the present administration.


Nigerian Tribune

How Ali Landed In Trouble

Further details have emerged on the feud between the Senate and the Comp-troller-General of Customs, Colonel Hameed Ali (retd), as the vice chairman of Senate Committee on Communication, Senator Olamilekan Adeola, on Sunday, said the travails of the Customs boss were linked to his disrespect for constitued authority.


New Telegram

PDP Can’t Return In 2019, APC Tells Babangida

The All Progressive Congress(APC) yesterday said it is not losing sleep over a possible rejuvination of the People’s Democrativ Party(PDP) ahead of the 2019 general elections as Nigerians will renew the part’s mandate.


The Punch

Obasanjo, Yar’Adua, Jonathan Approved Deal, Says Adoke

The immediate past Attorney Genaral of the Fedration, Mr Mohammed Ajoke(SAN) says the $1.1bn Malubu deal was sanctioned by former presidents Olusegun Obasanjo, the late Umaru Yar’Adua and Dr. Goodluck Jonathan .


The Nation

Terms For State As #500b Paris Club Refund Is Ready

Another London-Paris Club loan refund (about #500 billion) is on the way for states- with fresh hurdles for governors.

The Presidency has made it mandatory for all the states to account for the first tranche of loan refunds-in line with the agreement it reached with the Nigerian Governors Forum(NGF)



Why Cost Of Doing Business Is High

The Central Bank Of Nigeria(CBN) this weekend, stated why the cost of doing business in the country is very high, stressing that it is a component of many factors and not interest rate alone as generally perceived.


The Guardian

Airlines At Kaduna Airport Insist On Cash Payment

Air passengers plying the Kaduna International Airport(KIA) are facing hurdles as airlines operating at the aerodrome are insiting on only cash transactions.

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