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Review: What’s Making Headlines in Today’s Nigerian Newspapers?

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Review: What’s Making Headlines in Today’s Nigerian Newspapers?

1. NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS

  • Burial Photos From Aishat Abimbola Burial

Nollywood actress who was confirmed due to breast cancer was buried yesterday, NIGERIA NEWS had obtained the pictures from the burial right of the Yoruba actress.

  • BUHARI NEWS: Ekiti People Will Never Vote In APC – Olusola

“President Muhammadu Buhari should perish the thought of his anointed candidate, Dr Kayode Fayemi, winning the July 14 election and face the reality of his failed Presidency with a view to making amends before he is sent back to Daura next year.”

  • APC Wins Majority In Kaduna LG Polls

The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has won the majority in the just concluded Kaduna local government polls.

2. VANGUARD NEWSPAPERS

  • Army can’t stop us from hoisting Biafra flag on May 22—BIM

    Members of the  Biafra Independence Movement, BIM, yesterday stated that no amount of intimidation or arrests of members by the Nigerian army would deter them from celebrating this year’s Biafra anniversary and hoisting of Biafran flag in major cities across Biafra land on May 22, this year.

  • Fayemi faces Fayose’s man: The battle of the eggheads

    Dr. Kayode Fayemi who last Saturday emerged as the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC in the July 14 governorship candidate was quick to make profuse apologies to the people of the state over perceived errors committed during his first term.

  • We don’t sell human parts — Oko Oba butchers

    BUTCHERS at the Oko Oba Abattoir in Agege, Lagos, have denied insinuations of alleged sale of human parts and child prostitution by members in the market, pleading with members of the public to discountenance such.

3. PUNCH NEWSPAPERS

  • Ekiti last gov poll characterised by ‘hanky-panky’ — Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has said that the last governorship election that produced the Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, was characterised by “hanky-panky,” describing it as an unfortunate saga.

  • Guardiola signs new deal to remain at Man City until 2021

Pep Guardiola signed a new deal to remain as Man City coach until 2021 on Thursday after a record-breaking season which saw the club run away with the Premier League title.

  • Court orders JOHESU to end strike

The National Industrial Court, Abuja, on Thursday ordered striking members of Joint Health Sector Union to suspend its on-going strike and resume duties across the nation within 24 hours.

4. THISDAY NEWSPAPERS

  • Govs Seek to Take Over Fuel Subsidy Payments

The governors of the 36 states of the federation are canvassing a novel initiative that will see each state taking responsibility for subsidising petroleum products consumed within its territory.

  • Bandits Kill 10 in Birnin Gwari

The death toll continued to mount without let in parts of the country on Tuesday when 10 persons were brutally murdered in Birnin Gwari Local Government Area of Kaduna State, following an attack on five villages in the area.

  • I’ll Create 7 Million Jobs for Nigerian Youths

Dr. Johnson Edosomwan, has said that he would create over seven million jobs for Nigerian youths each year if elected as the president of Nigeria come 2019.

5. GUARDIAN NEWSPAPERS

  • Nigeria targets first nuclear energy plant by mid 2020s

The President, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Nigeria Atomic Energy Commission (Nigatom), Simon Pesco Mallam, made the disclosure at the just-concluded 2018 AtomExpo in Sochi, Russia.
  • Nigeria to bid for 2020 F5WC World Cup

Nigeria is set to bid for the hosting of the 2020 World’s largest five-a-side tournament (F5WC), organisers of the event in the country announced yesterday in Lagos.

  • Economic council directs NNPC, others to refund N8tr

The National Economic Council (NEC) has directed the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and other agencies in the country to refund unremitted revenues in the sum of N8trillion (about $21billion) and another N526billion into the Federation Account.

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