A Quick Read On Major Headlines For Today, October 6, 2016


All over the world, different news have made the headlines and we decide to bring some to you. From in and out of Nigeria, here are major news that made today’s media content.

In Nigeria

  • FCT minister orders psychiatric tests on traffic offenders
  • UN Security Council Picks A Successor To Ban Ki Moon
  • INEC awaits EFCC’s report on officers
  • Next CJN: Commission sends Onnoghen’s name, two others
  • Reps revisit controversial $1.1bn Malabu oil deal
  • CCT dismisses Saraki’s prayer to disqualify tribunal chairman
  • Woman sets pregnant housewife ablaze
  • Tinubu’s Men All Set To Withdraw From APC
  • Three burnt to death for kidnapping newborn
  • Boko Haram has no base in Nigeria – Military
  • Court refuses to stop Stella Oduah’s arrest over N255m armoured cars
  • Ekiti State Govt. to Give N5k Each to 10,000 Persons Monthly
  • Rowdy session as Senate rejects special grants for Lagos
  • Major Healines

  • Pastor’s aide defiles three-year-old
  • 300 houses flooded as agency releases Oyan Dam water
  • LASTMA official, driver beaten to a pulp
  • Suicide bombers will go to hell – Sultan of Sokoto
  • Woman, daughter electrocuted in Lagos power surge
  • Kachikwu: Nigeria will soon close $4bn investment deal with China
  • Nigeria drops to 127th place on WEF’s Global Competitiveness Index
  • Erics Food threatens to shut down operations
  • AMCON needs Judges’ support to recover Nigeria’s assets’
  • No fund to accommodate Eagles in Zambia, NFF boss Pinnick tells Senate
  • Teachers threaten strike, want retirement age raised to 65
  • Nigeria will be out of recession soon – British envoy
  • National Assembly invites Buhari to Discuss the Recession
  • Militants give governor conditions to accept amnesty
  • Delta officials accused of child trafficking
  • FG Agrees To Consolidate Charges Against Dasuki
  • Ex- CNPP chairman wants NASS to rescue LGAS from governors
  • Ekiti Assembly crisis claims committee chairman
  • Ize-Iyamu, Orbih to lead street protest in Edo
  • APC slams Fayose for owing teachers six months’ salary
  • EFCC acts as propaganda wing of APC –Tanko Yakasai
  • Outside Nigeria

    Major Headlines: Playboy Video

  • I am not bothered about world ranking – Quadri
  • British Airways may cancel free meals in 2017
  • Hilary Clinton Commends Kanye West’s Family Orientation Over Kim’s Paris Robbery Attack
  • Another Playboy Video Shows Donald Trump In 1994
  • Six killed in suspected Shabaab attack in northeast Kenya
  • Deadly hurricane Matthew ‘pounding’ Bahamas, heading towards the US.
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