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Here are the major headlines for Friday, June 9, 2017

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Punch

  • Anti-Igbo threat: Northern groups can’t decide for other Nigerians – Ohanaeze
  • Osinbajo: At the Villa without Buhari
  • Kidnappings: Reps summon service chiefs, defence minister, IGP, others
  • Mary J Blige ordered to pay ex-husband $30k per month in spousal support
  • Six new things you can do with a smartphone
  • Revenue generation: Bauchi to tax mosques, churches
  • Sacred tree: Olukere denies collecting N1m from Fayose
  • Messi to wed sweetheart in Rosario
  • I’ll remarry someday and have children – Toyin Abraham
  • 2baba pledges to donate song proceeds to IDPs
  • Ronaldo is highest-paid athlete – Forbes
  • Knifeman holding hostages at job centre in northeast England
  • PHOTOS: Pupils survive ghastly accident in Imo
  • VIDEO: Don’t come to Italy, struggling footballer warns Nigerians
  • Anti-Igbo threat: Work together to resolve differences, says UN
  • Anti-Igbo threat: Youth leaders insist Ndigbo must leave North, slam Kaduna, Borno govs
  • Oshiomhole throws surprise birthday party for visually impaired ‘daugther’
  • My neigbour borrowed my son, now he’s missing, mother cries
  • Army, DSS, police, others collected from Diezani’s $115m bribe — Witness
  • Threat to Igbo: Southerners will retaliate – Fani-Kayode
  • BREAKING: British PM loses majority, faces pressure to resign
  • FG should let Igbo go, Northern youths insist
  • Mother kills newborn daughter to save her career
  • Admission of Morocco into ECOWAS is an anti-Nigeria move
  • 10 things you don’t know about debit cards
  • Two highway robbers killed in Ogun
  • We are not afraid of Eagles – Bafana
  • Robbers, kidnappers mount roadblocks on Abuja-Kaduna expressway
  • Former pepper hawker earns PhD in Biomedical Engineering
  • Suspended Ekiti lawmaker storms assembly to resume duty

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • K General Election: Tories lose outright majority, hung parliament looms
  • Quit order to Igbo: IGP reads riot act
  • Prevail on FG to clean up Ogoniland, Wike urges UN
  • Dogara’s House: The politics, the compromise
  • Buhari on track –Adesina
  • Anambra guber: Why we’re backing Uba -Obiekwe
  • Transcorp Hotels unveils renovated floors at Transcorp Hilton
  • …Summon Adeosun, Emefiele, bank CEOs over N30trn duty probe
  • Messi vows to end career with Barcelona
  • AFCON 2019 qualifier : South Africa’re no push overs – Echiejile
  • Dalung to inaugurate electoral committee members on June 12
  • Xi, Putin meet ahead SCO on development
  • Meet “Lord Buckethead”, unusual candidate of U.K General Election
  • Prevail on FG to clean up Ogoniland, Wike urges UN
  • Senate dumps N5 fuel levy
  • Rivers APC won’t abandon Buhari –Abe
  • Edo guber: Obaseki, Ize-Iyamu know fate today
  • Why I’m bringing world boxing champion, Floyd Mayweather, to Nigeria

 

Vanguard

  • Ignore quit notice, South East Senate Caucus, Govs tell Igbo
  • These Eagles ‘ll ruin Bafana Bafana tomorrow
  • Wonderful’ Rohr has united Eagles – Ndidi
  • Watch Eagles for N1,000
  • Baxter: We’ll silence Uyo crowd
  • Suicide Bomber Kills 20 In Market South Of Baghdad
  • Big Names In, Big Names Out In British Election
  • Guru Maharaj Ji Seeks 25-Year Jail Term For Diversion Of Workers’ Salaries
  • Igbo Quit Notice: ‘An Invitation To Anarchy’
  • PDP Berates Buhari On Nigeria’s Rising Debt Profile
  • Rivers APC Won’t Dump Buhari- Sen Abe
  • We’re Not Donors But Makers Of Laws, Speaker Tell Citizens
  • Drama As Suspended Lawmaker Storms Ekiti House Of Assembly‎, Says I Have Resumed Duties
  • Re: Who Will Protect Nigeria’s Northern Christians?
  • Osinbajo To Sign 2017 Budget, As Presidency, NASS Reach Agreement
  • Senators Kick Against Planned N5 Levy On Petroleum Products
  • Ondo APC Crisis: Akeredolu Still Bitter Over Primaries – Kekemeke
  • FG Urged Not To Abdicate Responsibility Of Protecting Nigerians
  • The Judiciary: About Time To Rise And Shine
  • UK Election: “Whatever Happens, Theresa May Is Toast”

(www.www.vanguardngr.com)

 

The Guardian

  • British PM loses majority, faces pressure to resign
  • Northern youths insist on October 1 ultimatum for Igbo
  • Afreximbank, Belarus sign $150m pact to boost African economy
  • Nigeria, South Africa in grudge match
  • Blast kills 2 children, injures 5 others in Adamawa
  • Iran attacks ‘reinforce hatred’ for US, Saudi: leader
  • Comey testimony raises questions over Trump acts amid Russia probe
  • Spain’s Catalonia announces October independence vote
  • EU sees Brexit talks delay after vote shock
  • Shell resumes crude exports at Forcados terminal
  • I’m not under pressure, says Gernot Rohr
  • Aubameyang, Mbappe top transfer wish lists
  • Ahmed Musa not worried by Ramadan fast, agrees to Fenerbahce move
  • Powering Nigerian sport through volunteering
  • Spurs hotshot Kane reveals Ballon d’Or dream
  • Shakespeare pens permanent Leicester deal
  • Nigeria, South Africa in grudge match
  • British PM loses majority, faces pressure to resign
  • Northern youths insist on October 1 ultimatum for Igbo
  • Afreximbank, Belarus sign $150m pact to boost African economy
  • Blast kills 2 children, injures 5 others in Adamawa
  • Comey testimony raises questions over Trump acts amid Russia probe
  • Spain’s Catalonia announces October independence vote
  • EU sees Brexit talks delay after vote shock
  • Shell resumes crude exports at Forcados terminal
  • Jeremy Corbyn says it’s time for Theresa May to go
  • Putin says Kremlin critic Senator McCain ‘lives in Old World’
  • Northern Governors’ tough message to Arewa youths
  • 14 killed in Boko Haram attack on Nigeria
  • Salary Debt – 21 States Owe Workers, Pensioners, Independent Agencies
  • Condoms, bribery, warlords: Afghans find truth in comedy
  • I’m not under pressure, says Gernot Rohr
  • Aubameyang, Mbappe top transfer wish lists
  • Ahmed Musa not worried by Ramadan fast, agrees to Fenerbahce move
  • Powering Nigerian sport through volunteering
  • Spurs hotshot Kane reveals Ballon d’Or dream
  • Shakespeare pens permanent Leicester deal
  • Humanity in the grip of terror
  • Starving prostate cancer with apple peels, red grapes, turmeric
  • Two years after inauguration, scorecard of 8th National Assembly
  • Gains of restructuring, by Ken Nnamani

(www.guardian.ng)

 

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