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DAILIES: Today's National Newspaper Headlines - 18/3/2015

Good Morning......Here is todays headlines just for you from the Dailies!






 TRIBUNE

*Senate approves additional $200m loan for Jonathan

*Switzerland set to return $380m Abacha loot

*Jonathan not responsible for Morocco phone call row —Foreign Minister

*Fashola introduces belt- tightening measures in budget

*Jonathan is AD's presidential candidate —Akinfenwa

*11 million children in Nigeria malnourished —EU

*Buhari is a man of integrity, but ... —Bakare

*Fani-Kayode's surety in bail application withdraws

*Card reader: Gana, INEC trade words

*Jonathan doesn't need your advice on Fani-Kayode, PDPPCO tells Tinubu

*Nigerian donates N1m to support anti-terror war


VANGUARD

*No sight of Chibok girls in liberated areas - COAS

*Re-election of Jonathan will ensure better days for Civil Servants—Gbenga Daniel

*Benue Massacres, More Massacres

*Reading the card reader issue by Bola Tinubu

*Inflation rate rising at faster pace – NBS

*APC promises one million jobs through coal-for-electricity

*Keshi: Decision in four days, says NFF boss

*Don't rig us out of power with card readers, PDP warns Jega

*Delta's next gov'll be Urhobo – Omene, UPU president

*Judicial malpractice: NJC has no power to sanction retired judges – Court

*Owie faults Jega on deployment of soldiers for polls

*Politicians scaring investors from Nigeria —Uduaghan

*Uduaghan cautions against disenfranchising voters

*Prepare for defeat, Jonathan campaign tells APC

*Enugu House uncovers N600m scam at ENSUBEB

*Dangote group hopeful $9bn refinery kicks off by 2017


THISDAY

*Security Council Meets, Reviews Military Operations, Elections in N'East

*Buhari Fails to Apologise for Jailing Journalists in 1984

*Algeria in Talks with Nigeria, Angola over Oil Price Slump

*Switzerland to Return $380m Abacha Loot

*Jealous Boyfriend Stabs Pregnant Silverbird Staff to Death

*Irish Solicitor Falls for €26m Nigerian Oil Scam

*Shehu: Boko Haram Does Not Have Its Roots in Borno

*NERC Reduces Electricity Tariffs, Cuts Excessive Charges

*Lekki Robbery: Police Deployed 2,123 to Protect Jonathan, Says Lagos Govt

*Oil Subsidy Report: NNPC Didn't Receive N1.329tn from CBN, Says Alision-Madueke

*Jonathan: Nigerian Military Deserves Commendation

*Shettima: Why IDPs Can't Return to Liberated Communities for Elections

*Money Laundering: Fani-Kayode in Fresh Trouble as Surety Withdraws


PUNCH

*Politicians need spirit of sportsmanship

*Cancelling metroline, a major mistake –Jakande

*I trust Buhari but doubt his environment – Bakare

*Senate approves additional $200m loan for FG

*Pre-election violence: 20 killed in Rivers, epidemic looms

*FEC to consider Confab report today

*Money laundering: Fani-Kayode's surety applies to withdraw

*How Jonathan met Atiku in Yola

*Buhari meets media owners, pledges to uphold freedoms

*Elections may not hold in liberated towns, villages

*My husband is the messiah, Patience Jonathan says

*Switzerland to return N75.2bn Abacha loot to Nigeria

*FG slashes electricity tariff by 50%



THE NATION

*Army Chief doubts election in liberated communities

*Buhari in outing with Atiku, rules out debate with Jonathan

*Three feared dead in Lagos tanker fire

*Minister admits mix-up in phone call with King of Morocco

*Buhari: I won't tamper with press freedom

*Police gun down armed robbery leader

*11-year-old housemaid raped to death in Abia State

*Election must hold as scheduled- NPAN

*Crisis looms as AKHA declares another seat vacant

*Alleged Money laundering: Fani-Kayode's surety withdraws

*NEMA, military, others plan ahead of elections

*Why I shunned debate with Jonathan, by Buhari

*Police recover 23 vehicles, 17 in Ibadan

*Switzerland to release $380 million Abacha loot


*Catholic Church slams Jonathan over calls for Jega's removal

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