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Here are the major headlines for Friday, June 07, 2019

The Guardian

  • Brazil’s Neymar in trouble over intimate pics of woman accusing him of rape
  • Tension as Ganduje queries Sanusi, restricts emir to palace
  • NBC suspends AIT, Ray Power FM licences indefinitely
  • AU suspends Sudan over military crackdown
  • Buhari revokes five oil mining, prospecting licences
  • Obaseki commends EDHA 6th Assembly for deepening Democracy in Edo
  • Boris Johnson challenges misconduct summons in court
  • Kremlin says ‘won’t change’ behaviour to improve ties with Britain
  • Buhari summons expanded security meeting
  • UK’s May quits as party leader, starting succession race
  • Ukraine leader vows ‘tough response’ as two soldiers killed
  • Chelsea lodge appeal against FIFA transfer ban at CAS
  • CAF president released without charges
  • Rohr’s Mikel gambit could destabilise Super Eagles
  • Enekwechi disappoints on Diamond League debut, finishes 8th in Rome
  • Oduduru chases NCAA history to Texas with impressive record in 100m, 200m
  • Super Eagles battle-ready for Warriors in Asaba
  • Abdulrazaq appoints Chief of Staff, SSG, CPS
  • Go to court, coalition of lawyers tells Gbajabiamila
  • Kalu urges Buhari to intervene in Oyegun, Oshiomhole dispute
  • The CultivARTe Conference 2019: Creating Engines For Growth In Africa
  • LISTEN: Skales Releases New Song Titled ‘Ego’
  • ‘Giant’ Denzel Washington Celebrated by Hollywood
  • ‘Crisis of confidence in capital market will dampen investors’ appetite for stocks’
  • ‘Non-passage of CNI bill may hinder 70% broadband penetration target’
  • Bargain hunting: NSE indices drop further by 1.30%
  • Reflections on Africa’s fabulous night in Madrid
  • The politics of the twists and turns of NASS leadership
  • The milestones of Malam Adamu Adamu and unfinished business in education
  • Phase3 harps on new market, industry growth opportunities
  • NCS urges FG to ensure strict compliance to EOs 003, 005
  • Operators call for checks and balances in SIM registration
  • Bomb kills three in Imo community
  • Tackling vision problems among kids with photo-screening mobile app

(www.guardian.ng)

Punch

  • Insecurity: Southwest governors hold summit
  • Court orders INEC to issue certificate of return to Okorocha as senator-elect
  • Putin slams attempts to ‘push’ Huawei from global markets
  • BREAKING: High Court throws out misconduct case against UK’s Boris Johnson
  • Boris Johnson challenges misconduct summons in court
  • Ihedioha constitutes panel to audit Imo treasury
  • FCT records highest road accidents in March —Corps Marshal
  • Bus crash kills 17 in Dubai
  • NAFDAC seals firm packaging unregistered honey in Abuja
  • Kizz Daniel releases new album, ‘Eko’
  • Women’ s football basks in spotlight as France launch World Cup
  • Kano Police nab 39 over attempt to destroy KEDCO facilities
  • Tennis: Barty, Vondrousova to meet in Roland Garros final
  • Boko Haram: FAO to distribute 2,000 bulls to Borno youths
  • Falconets should learn from mistakes of Flying Eagles, says Adepoju
  • Kano Police nab 39 over attempt to destroy KEDCO facilities
  • Bomb explosion kills three in Imo – Police
  • SARS men torture Rivers broadcaster for exposing atrocities
  • Windstorm destroys 200 houses in Jigawa —Official
  • Ondo police quiz appeal court judge over assault on RCCG pastors
  • Sales agent disappears while returning from work
  • Land dispute claims 70-year-old man’s life in Anambra
  • Two feared dead as Adamawa youths clash with soldiers
  • Senate Presidency: Goje is a patriotic statesman —Bade Emirate
  • Goje withdraws, endorses Lawan as next Senate President
  • Imo lawmakers ask Ihedioha to sack electoral commission’s chairman
  • Ogun LG councillors protest their suspension at Assembly complex
  • Ihedioha constitutes panel to review Okorocha’s appointments
  • Sacked Imo Rep confident of victory
  • racy: India bars seafarers from working on Nigerian waters
  • Legacy debts: FG revokes five companies’ oil block licences
  • 2018 budget underfunded by N2.1tn – Investigations

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Colleagues strangle FRSC officer to death 
  • 8th Oyo Assembly considered 87 bills, passed 70
  • Cross River: Liability of local governments stands at N42b, says Ayade
  • Russian, U.S. Ships narrowly avoid collision in Philippine Sea 
  • Speakership: Court adjourns suit seeking Gbajabiamila’s disqualification 
  • Breaking: Governors yet to decide on state/local government police, says Fayemi 
  • BREAKING: Closure of AIT, others: Court orders maintenance of status quo
  • FCT records highest road crashes in March – FRSC
  • Kizz Daniel releases new album, ‘Eko’ 
  • NGE condemns shut down of AIT, Ray Power 
  • Breaking: Obasa returns unoposed as Lagos speaker 
  • Breaking: Five feared killed in Ikorodu cult war
  • Yinka Ayefele debunks rumour of welcoming triplets with wife
  • 14 lions on the loose in South Africa
  • Alleged N6 9bn fraud: CJ transfers Fayose’s case to new judge 
  • NAFDAC shuts company packaging unregistered honey in Abuja 
  • Breaking: Buhari, governors, security chiefs meet in Aso Rock 
  • Senate Presidency: five quick facts about Lawan
  • JUST IN: CAF president Ahmad freed without charge 
  • Speakership: APC breaks silence on allegations against Gbajabiamila 
  • AbdulRazaq gets Chief of Staff, SSG, CPS 
  • Senate Presidency: 21 PDP lawmakers endorse Lawan, says Kalu 
  • We’re studying Ganduje’s query, says Sanusi’s Chief of Staff 
  • President Buhari’s next cabinet 
  • Why Buhari should intervene in Oshiomhole, Oyegun’s feud, by Kalu

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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