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Here are the major headlines for Friday, May 4 2018

Punch

  • Man gets 10 strokes for stealing Quran, shoes
  • Thousands flee as Hawaii volcano eruption hits residential areas
  • Abbas reelected head of Palestine Liberation Organization
  • ‘Slavery is a choice’ comment: Kanye West defecated on graves of victims, says Senator Shehu Sani
  • Study links gray hair with immune system activity, viral infection
  • Cristiano Ronaldo engages girlfriend with £615,000 ring
  • Court orders forfeiture of naval officers houses, funds to FG
  • Four killed in suspected Shabaab attack in Kenya
  • We’ll take another look at power tariffs –NERC
  • Tips for minimising smartphone radiation
  • Pencom begins multi-fund structure for pension assets July 1
  • Is Buhari’s proposed anti-corruption tribunal constitutional?
  • Underage voting: INEC releases report today
  • Why we shifted 2018 budget passage to Tuesday – Reps
  • Latest tunes from Kemi Adeosun’s whistle
  • APC, PDP can’t take Nigeria to Promised Land – Shehu Sani
  • Lagos lawyer kills husband, cuts off private parts
  • Brazilian striker is the best Ronaldo – Mourinho
  • I killed farm thief after several warnings –Suspect
  • LASTMA to dismiss five officials over extortion
  • Ondo court jails nursing mother, siblings for stealing
  • ‘My wife is a thief, please separate us’
  • Delta varsity shut as students protest colleague’s death
  • Abandoned shirt, sandals expose robbery suspects
  • Woman arrested for damaging neighbour’s scrotum
  • Three feared killed as hoodlums clash in Ibadan
  • Underage voting: INEC releases report today
  • We are more honest than PDP govt, says Osinbajo

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Nation

  • NEMA receives 165 Nigerians from Libya
  • Army hands over seized tugboat, barge to EFCC
  • Osinbajo restates FG’s commitment to creation of atmosphere conducive for MSMEs
  • Nigeria gravely concerned over Israel-Palestine conflict – Envoy
  • Photos: Buhari arrives Nigeria after U.S trip
  • Presidency hits Obasanjo over Buhari’s visit to U.S.
  • EFCC traces 61 assets to ex-bank MD in Dubai
  • Nigeria, China in $2.5b currency swap deal
  • Three feared dead as hoodlums clash in Ibadan
  • Ikoyi in darkness as fire guts substation
  • PDP seeking return to treasury looting, says Osinbajo
  • The Nation reporter petitions DSS, police
  • Amosun, Osoba camps close ranks in Ogun
  • Court remands Melaye, two others in police custody
  • Six months after, stage set for 2018 Budget passage
  • Plateau teams suffer mixed fortune
  • Registration commences for 2018 Total Basketball League
  • It’s more than a game, say Arkwright, Pinnick
  • Okolie eyes Watkins’ Commonwealth Belt
  • Woods makes no excuses to golf’s younger generation superstars
  • 2018 Big Brother Naija Housemate Anto joins Okpekpe Race
  • Fans to ‘Share-a-Coke’ with Eagles
  • Kano State varsity shutdown over students protest
  • Kano varsity students on rampage over death of colleague
  • OAU staffs react to closure of the varsity by the state
  • Students kick as Ondo poly increases fees
  • SUG court nullifies union leader’s suspension

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

ThisDay

  • Pension Assets Hit N7.8tn, FG to Clear Outstanding Obligations
  • US: We’ll Ensure Free, Credible Elections in 2019
  • Cambridge Analytica to File for Bankruptcy After Misuse of Facebook Data
  • 28 Killed in Herdsmen, Cattle Rustlers’ Attacks in Adamawa, Zamfara
  • Buhari Returns to Nigeria from US
  • Senate C’ttee Fails to Submit Report on Buhari’s $496m Expenditure
  • Standard Chartered Launches New Brand Campaign
  • Nestlé Trains Ogun Health Workers
  • NASCON Allied Industries’Shareholders Endorse N3.9bn Dividend Payout
  • $1.2bn Worth of Textile Materials Smuggled into Nigeria Annually
  • MultiChoice Promises Bumper Coverage of World Cup 2018
  • Tarfa, Agbakoba, Falana and Banwo & Ighodalo in Search of Final Tickets
  • 2018 Big Brother Naija Housemate, Anto, to Race for Girl Child at Okpekpe
  • Barca on a High ahead of ‘Clasico’
  • Three Crowns Inspires Nigerian Mothers to Imbibe Fitness Lifestyle
  • Ibanga Becomes USA-Nigeria Trade Council Advisory Board Member
  • Creating the next Generation Fashion Entrepreneurs
  • MTN Nigeria Records Increase in Revenue, Subscriber Base in Q1
  • Online Editor – May 4, 2018 3:41 am 0
  • 31 March 2018, with an increase in…
  • Ecobank Unveils Unified Digital Payment Solution
  • FBN, Stanbic, StanChart, Zenith Appointed Settlement Banks for Naira/RMB Currency Swap
  • NCFRMI Commences Distribution of Empowerment Materials to Insurgency Victims in Borno

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • 2019: Another 4m PVCs ready for collection ―INEC
  • Nothing should happen to Senator Melaye, Dogara warns
  • PFN to FG: Stop herdsmen’s killings in two weeks if you have no hand in it
  • Presidency tackles media over Trump reports
  • Tears, grief envelop Lanlate town as late Oyo Speaker, Michael Adeyemo, is buried
  • Group raises concern over planned Diaspora day in London
  • Ekiti APC concludes arrangement as 33 aspirants jostle for governorship ticket
  • 2019: Okowa aide berates Utomi, Ochei others over alleged gang up
  • Guinness storms Warri with new brand of beer, lauds Okowa
  • We’ll pass 2018 budget May 8 ―Reps spokesman
  • Police should follow due process in Melaye’s prosecution ―Dogara
  • Ariya Repete: Artistes warm up for Lagos Semi-Final
  • Davido’s baby mama Sophia Momodu hit by internet troll: deactivates Instagram
  • Davido gifts girlfriend N45m Porsche as birthday gift
  • PDP: INEC’s admission of underage voters vindicates us
  • Presidency explains Buhari’s London stopover
  • Why power supply has increased in over 2 years ―Fashola
  • 2 sisters in court for allegedly beating, tearing policeman’s uniform
  • Man bags 12-mnths imprisonment for forging bank statement
  • Police drags man to court for alleged criminal force, assault
  • Court dissolves 2-year-old marriage over wife’s stealing habit
  • Protests mar May Day celebration around the world
  • Macron attacks nationalism in speech to US Congress
  • Indonesia jails former speaker of parliament 15 years over graft
  • Afghan girl forced by parents to be “son” they never had
  • How Nigeria can reverse medical tourism —Expert
  • family planning
  • NURHI, DEVCOMS inaugurate media forum to increase awareness on family planning
  • Kogi state Governor, Yahaya Bello
  • Kogi free of yellow fever in 40 years ―Govt
  • FG told to prioritise cervical cancer screening

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Melaye to spend 38 days in Police custody
  • Reps to pass 2018 budget next Tuesday
  • FG recovers N1.6bn from single account in commercial bank through TSA – Adeosun
  • I’m shocked Miyetti Allah leaders are still free – Gov Ortom
  • 13 killed in fresh Zamfara attack, 15 feared dead in Adamawa
  • PDP queries President Buhari’s London ‘Technical Stopover’
  • We shall continue to arrest these who stole the nation’s money – Osinbajo
  • Buhari makes stopover in London to refuel, repair jet, says Presidency
  • Insecurity, restructuring: Senate’ll revisit devolution of powers – Saraki
  • Study Links Gray Hair With Immune System Activity, Viral Infection
  • 2018 Nobel Literature Prize Postponed After #MeToo Turmoil
  • 2019: Waiting For The Transformational Presidency
  • Osinbajo: PDP Coming Back To Loot Treasury
  • Putting Woes Leave Woods Six Behind First-Round Leader Peterson
  • Achievers University: My Wife Propelled Me To Return To School, Says Best Graduating Student
  • Congress: APC Senatorial Aspirant Warns Against Manipulation
  • NNPC Raises $12bn For Projects, Crude Forward Sales
  • FG Committed To End Health Workers’ Strike, But… – Adewole
  • How To Get Your Man’s Assurance
  • Chieftaincy Declaration: Dilemma As Ajimobi Approves Elevation Of 48 New Kings In Oyo
  • Thieves Steal ‘Convoy’ Of Pickups From US Auto Plant
  • Iwuanyanwu To FG: Restructure Nigeria’s Education Before 2019 Polls
  • Police Arraign 2 Pregnant Women Over Theft Of 4 Plasma TV Sets
  • Getting Childhood Vaccination Back On Track
  • PFN Threatens Showdown If Killing Of Christians Continues

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Guardian

  • Buhari’s London stopover stirs speculations
  • Nigeria, China seal $2.5b currency swap deal
  • Judge remands Melaye, two others in police custody till June 11
  • Buhari decries negative impact of strike on health sector
  • Three Lions, Super Eagles match more than just a game, says British High Commissioner
  • Foundation treats 38 women with VVF in Kontagora
  • VIO to clamp down on unauthorised car marts in FCT
  • Kenya floods leave 112 dead in two months: Red Cross
  • Thousands flee as Hawaii volcano eruption hits residential areas
  • Africa needs $170bn annually to meet infrastructure requirement – AfDB
  • Nigeria lacks capability to fight corruption, says CFIA
  • Real Madrid look to crash unbeaten Barcelona
  • ‘Sad’ Wenger defends Ozil after Atletico Madrid defeat
  • Pochettino looks to Champions League and beyond
  • Weary Liverpool face Champions League chase from Chelsea
  • Atletico Madrid spoils Wenger’s Europa League dream, beats Arsenal 1-0
  • Lagerback recalls memories of 2010 World Cup with Super Eagles
  • European stock markets rise at open
  • Asian markets end week with losses, eyes on US jobs data
  • MDXI wins most connected Nigerian data centre award
  • Audu, Faleke group to boycott APC congresses in Kogi State
  • Assurances of fairness as Ekiti APC guber primaries hold
  • Sir Ahmadu Bello would weep

(www.guardian.ng)

 

The Sun

  • Human trafficking: Nigerians, mostly girls, in camps across West Africa
  • Herdsmen: 30 feared dead in Adamawa
  • Insecurity: Southern, M’Belt leaders call for national emergency
  • Auto crash claims 10 in Taraba, 20 others in critical conditions
  • 5 college staff die in Abia over salary arrears
  • APC congress: Apugo calls for peaceful conduct, commends Kalu
  • Restructure Nigeria before 2019 election, Iwuanyanwu tells FG
  • Court remands Melaye in police custody
  • Reps mull 2018 budget passage next week
  • FG’ll arrest more looters –Osinbajo
  • Okorocha gives N2m, land to BBN winner, Miracle
  • Buhari in technical stopover in London –Presidency
  • Ekiti needs visionary leader -Adeyanju, APC guber aspirant
  • INEC’s admission of under-age voters vindicates us –PDP
  • Ekiti: I‘ll win APC ticket -Daramola
  • Nigeria’s Pension assets hit 7.7tr –Pencom
  • CBN signs $2.5bn currency swap deal with China
  • PenCom to flag off RSA multi-fund investment scheme
  • 20 Nigerians to watch World Cup free
  • Eagles must be fearless in Russia to make impact –Yobo
  • Amun, Inyama hail The Sun over World Cup seminar
  • Dust storm, lightning strikes kill 125 in India
  • Iran threatens to quit nuclear deal if US walks away
  • Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa allies, ministers lose in ruling party primaries

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

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