Nigeria’s Newspapers Headline News, Tuesday 21/5/2019.

PUNCH

Tinubu meets Buhari in Saudi Arabia, attacks PDP

Militants threaten to declare Niger Delta Republic June 1

Doctors, nurses lament poor pay, overwork in state hospitals

FG fails to pay whistle-blower who exposed secret $223m NNPC account

NASS Coverage: Outrage greets ‘satanic guidelines’ for journalists’ accreditation

92 individuals, groups tackle Ganduje over new emirs

Judge disqualifies self from ex-gov Sylva aide’s trial

LPPC shortlists Adegboruwa, UNILAG don, 12 profs for SAN award

Ajimobi denies ownership of Ibadan varsity

NDLEA opposes Akeredolu on cannabis, destroys 3,900 hectares in Ondo

FG invites world leaders to maiden June 12 Democracy Day

Gunmen kill cop, two others in fresh Taraba attack

Banditry: Army gets new weapons

THISDAY

FG: Nigeria Safe for World Leaders to Attend Buhari’s Inauguration

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NAICOM Raises Insurance Firms’ Operating Capital by 200%

CAN, Others Task Buhari on Growing Insecurity

MTN Pays N235bn Fine for SIM Registration Offences

INEC Withdraws 25 Certificates of Return

Tinubu Meets Buhari in Saudi, Urges Elders to Avoid Inflammatory Statements

Duke of Cambridge Tasks Stakeholders on Exotic Animal Species

Zamfara APC Crisis: Senator Marafa Faults Gov Yari’s Saudi Trip

VANGUARD

Telecom sector contribution to GDP now N2trn, attracts $1.73bn FDI — Minister

Why we’re confident of victory at tribunal – PDP

Electoral Fraud: FG slams 5-count charge against 2 INEC officials

FEC approves new 0.2% AU import levies

Security threat: Lai says no cause for alarm

BREAKING: FG unfolds details of 29 May, 12 June celebrations 

Priests, herbalists, others move against killers, kidnappers, cultists, robbers in Benin Kingdom

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Economic growth remains weak at 2% in Q1’19-Analysts forecast

THE GUARDIAN

Petrol may rise as Senate deletes equalisation fund from PIGB

Residents, students protest against deplorable Lagos-Badagry expressway 

Nigeria’s GDP dips to two per cent in Q1 2019

Kano indigenes, groups seek resignation of new emirs

MTN listing has empowered Nigerians, says NCC 

Judge remands Naira Marley in prison, adjourns case till May 30

National Assembly imposes restrictions on media

EFCC set to probe ministry over IAAF’s ‘missing’ $135,000

Regulator, stockbrokers differ on MTN free float share-listing

How Lagos downpour wreaked havoc, gridlock

THE NATION

Floods: Lagos urges calm as heavy rains pound city

Insurance firms to recapitalise

Tension in NNPC over postings, fresh recruitment

June 12 Day: Nigeria is safe, says minister

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Govt urges residents to apply caution

Tinubu to elite: shun insulting utterances

Senators-elect split as signatures drive begins for Lawan, Goje, Ndume

Omatseye elected Govt College Ughelli Old Boys’ Association’s  Lagos president

ex-NBA chairmen fraud case

Alleged N25m fraud: Absence of prosecutors stalls arraignment of ex-NBA chairmen, others

Fed Govt appoints Yadudu as FAAN MD

Anxiety in aviation agencies over sack of FAAN chief

MultiChoice partners New York Film Academy

Varsity suspends student for calling VC ‘foolish’

Appeal Court acquits school head of child trafficking charges

How my Ramadan experience triggered Kebbi’s agricultural revolution, by Bagudu

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