Nigeria’s Newspapers Headline News, Thursday 27/6/2019


PUNCH

Police begin screening of 210,150 candidates July 1

No land for Ruga herdsmen’s settlements in our zones – Afenifere, Ohanaeze

Amosun denies arms stockpiling allegations, says Abiodun supplied APCs, others

Boko Haram kills 20 farmers, nine others in Borno

T.Y. Danjuma worth $1.2bn, owns international hotels, oil block – Bloomberg

Atiku, PDP seek rehearing of APC’s motion, tribunal adjourns till July 1

NDLEA arrests 33, intercepts 147kg of drugs at Lagos airport

16 states risk polio outbreak, Bill Gates Foundation warns

Christians, other religious organisations have highest drug addicts –Psychiatrist

Yoruba leaders to meet over security issues

Lawan seeks balanced trade between China and Nigeria 🇳🇬 

EFCC re-arraigns ex-FCT minister, Akinjide, two others for N650m fraud

APC chief backs Abiodun on projects

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THISDAY

Opposition to Ruga Mounts as Critics Reject FG’s Cattle 🐄Settlement Policy

Atiku’s Petition Hearing Suffers Another Adjournment Till July 1

Onyema: Banking Sector Recapitalisation Beneficial to Stock Market

Yakubu: INEC Most Improved Public Service Institution

World Bank Earmarks $4bn for 36 States

Court Adopts NBC, DAAR’s Terms of Settlement as Judgment

Court Quashes Criminal Charge against Gbajabiamila

Herdsmen Attacks, Communal Clash Claim 12 Lives in Kogi, Taraba

VANGUARD

Criminals building camps in Edo forests — Oba of Benin 🇧🇯 

Rage of cultists in Lagos

Is Nigeria broke ?

Court quashes criminal charge against House of Reps Speaker, Gbajabiamila

Anti-Kyari protesters, sponsored from the Villa, APC groups allege

Fulani Settlements: Nigeria can’t survive impending genocide – Igbo Group

Presidential Poll: Tribunal fixes July 1 to hear Atiku, PDP’s fresh application

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THE GUARDIAN

UI confers lifetime achievement award on The Guardian’s publisher

Outrage trails Buhari’s plan to settle Fulani herdsmen

Nigerians may pay more for commodities, as new duty regime bites

Nigeria braces up for more women seafarers

South-west and the ‘Afenifere trinity’

 Nigeria wins award with Egina floating facility 

Lagos is fourth most expensive city in Africa, says survey 

EFCC orders bank to dishonour NDDC’s payment instruction

Lai Mohammed fails to appear in court over N2.5 billion DSO project

UN, ASF France seek end to torture 

Court dismisses certificate forgery case against Kwara governor

THE NATION

Troops neutralise three terrorists in Borno, recover weapons

Police to screen 210,150 shortlisted applicants July 1

Midwest Movement rejects Fed Govt’s Ruga settlements in Edo, Delta

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Ruga settlements: Youths protest in Benue

Court quashes charge against Gbajabiamila

NDLEA arrests 200 drug suspects in Lagos

APC support groups to Buhari: beware of enemies masquarading as supporters

NNPC to begin oil exploration in Benue

Lagos-Ibadan Railway project cost $1.58bn – FG

Osinbajo’s kidnapping comment: Buhari, APC have no concerns for Nigerians -PDP

School supervisor defiled more children, prosecution alleges

Imo discovers fresh N20bn judgment debts incurred by Okorocha’s administration

Prosecution closes case in N702m fraud case against Okupe

Midwest Movement rejects Fed Govt’s Ruga settlements

I did not order mass sack of LG workers – Fintiri

One thought on “Nigeria’s Newspapers Headline News, Thursday 27/6/2019

  • June 27, 2019 at 6:43 am
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    Justice delayed is justice denied. However, I suggest that Atiku and PDP should just save all these monies they are spending in filing suits . They should rather save it up and come out like a whirlwind in 2023. Since inec is denying that they have no servers, with in corruptible judges in the justice justice system , and with the rigid PMB as the President ; it would be easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for Atiku to emerge victorious. God bless Nigeria.

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