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Here are the major headlines for Monday, July 03, 2017

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Vanguard

  • Igbo leaders demand restructured but united Nigeria
  • Police, OPC nab 100 Badoo cult members
  • Army remains loyal to Buhari’s govt —Buratai
  • Second Niger bridge, East-West road as metaphors for our political economy woes
  • Oil prices leap to $48 per barrel over high demand
  • Bosso: Coaches must give Emeteole befitting burial
  • We have many things to restructure — Paul Omu
  • CNN Responds To Trump’s Tweet As ‘Juvenile’
  • Missing Abuja 5-Yr-Old Boy Found Dead In Septic Tank
  • Bello, U.S Hospital Shooter Unveiled
  • 2 Teachers Rape, Infect 10 Students
  • Sustainability In FX Policy Will Ensure Nigeria Is Not Exited From MSCI Index —SCM Capital
  • Race For 2018 Begins In Ekiti
  • 18 Killed, 3,000 Rendered Homeless In C-River Communal Conflict
  • 5 Family Members Die After Jollof Rice Meal In Imo
  • Igbo Leaders Demand Restructured But United Nigeria
  • SUIT: Team Of Lawyers To Defend Anti-Graft Agency Boss
  • Police, OPC Nab 100 Badoo Cult Members
  • Army Remains Loyal To Buhari’s Govt —Buratai
  • We Have Many Things To Restructure — Paul Omu
  • No Going Back On Restructuring —Rivers Monarch, Others
  • Saving The Midstream Petroleum Sector
  • SON Pledges Cooperation To Boost African Regional Trade
  • NNPC/Shell Cup: Henson boys qualify for final
  • NCC doles out N23m for 2017 tennis tournament
  • Ebewele: My AFN Board reinstatement is victory for athletics
  • We will all decide if we want Nigeria to break up or not – Buhari’s aide, Lauretta
  • Obasanjo scuttles efforts to salvage PDP – Bankole
  • Breaking: Doyin Okupe dumps PDP, Says party has no future in Nigeria

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • Doctors seek law regulating bleaching cream
  • Ahead of public listing, MTN woos institutional investors
  • Middle Belt won’t follow North if Nigeria splits – Jerry Gana
  • MASSOB insists on break-up as Igbo leaders support united Nigeria
  • Residents chase away policemen, set ablaze three Badoo suspects
  • Buhari’s wife leaves for UK to see President
  • Joshua tempts Klitschko with megabucks for rematch
  • Banks suffer fraud cases worth N16.5bn in three years
  • Seven die in Edo multiple auto crash
  • AMCON: Disturbing 350 debtors of N2.5tn
  • CBN issues N32bn debt to tighten liquidity
  • PDP former ministers meet today on 2019
  • Senate not meant for comedian like Adeleke – Hussain
  • Biafra, referendum and restructuring
  • FIRS proposes new tax regime for domestic airlines
  • How gunmen killed youth leader, lawyer in Akwa Ibom
  • Only eight million Nigerian vehicles are insured – NIA
  • Lagos releases N684m for 218 retirees’ pension
  • Okupe quits PDP, says party is barren
  • Imo police kill robbery suspects, arrest two
  • Diesel price drops to N155/litre, says NNPC
  • Nigeria win African armwrestling
  • Why higher oil prices cripple Nigeria’s economy
  • Nasarawa lawmaker laments herdsmen/farmers crisis
  • Boko Haram celebrates sallah in Sambisa in new video
  • Missing 5 year-old FCT boy found dead in cesspit
  • SERAP opposes NASS proposed amnesty for looters’ bill
  • Military feeds schoolchildren in Borno IDP camps
  • Olubadan appeals for violence-free Egungun festival
  • Kumuyi visits Abuja for crusade
  • Recall: INEC receives Melaye’s court papers
  • Monetisation of politics killing our political system – Bisi Akande
  • Grazing bill: Embrace ranching or leave Benue, Ortom tells herdsmen
  • UPDATED: Okupe quits PDP, says party can no longer bear fruits
  • Fayose sacks cabinet
  • 2019: Architect joins Ogun gov race
  • I don’t take more than two bottles of beer — Emma-Ego
  • Bizarre items politicians gift their supporters
  • IPOB threat: Anambra governorship election will hold – Police
  • Residents chase away policemen, set ablaze three Badoo suspects
  • Seven die in Edo multiple auto crash

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • Sudan extends ceasefire ahead of expected lifting of US trade embargo
  • BREAKING: 17 feared dead in bus accident in Germany
  • Okonofua, Femi Adesina, Igbokwe join ICMI Governing Council
  • Anambra guber, a referendum on our future -Chidoka
  • 2019: Benue people’ll beg Ortom to run –Kwaghngu
  • Ten insurance companies settle N32.7bn claims in one year
  • Oniha takes over as DMO boss
  • Pinnick to open FIFA MA elite programme in Abuja
  • Okonofua, Femi Adesina, Igbokwe join ICMI Governing Council
  • FIFA Confederations Cup : German machine too oiled for Chile
  • Bishop laments high cases of divorce in Nigeria
  • 2019: Ogun APC chieftain decries members’ anti-party activities
  • Security operatives, CSOs must team up for a violence free society – Benue CP
  • China, Russia oppose America’s THAAD in South Korea
  • Why 2017 Hajj fares skyrocketed – Rep
  • Why we pegged age of aspirants at 65 – ADP BoT chair
  • Gowon to agitators: Stop beating war drums
  • Govs, Igbo leaders demand dialogue
  • I don’t think there’s plan to islamise Nigeria – Onaiyekan
  • Ahiara Diocese must obey Pope -Okorocha
  • Superhighway: Funding not problem –Ayade
  • FIFA Confederations Cup : German machine too oiled for Chile
  • Govs, Igbo leaders demand dialogue
  • Again, Aisha visits Buhari in London tomorrow
  • UNILAG validates urine test for malaria

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Guardian

  • Club Africain jeopardise Rivers United’s Confederation Cup dreams
  • Aisha Buhari to visit ailing husband in London
  • FG’s N140b debt threatens PenCom’s N7.2tr target
  • Asset tracers woo Nigeria, others in tax drive
  • Qatar defiant as Saudi extends deadline to resolve Gulf rift
  • Buhari’s health status not known to APC, says party’s spokesman
  • Xi raises ‘negative factors’ in call with Trump
  • Singapore PM denies nepotism amid family feud in parliament speech
  • Up to 17 feared dead in German bus accident
  • ‘Badoo sells one blood-stained handerkerchief for N500,000’
  • Igbo leaders seek implementation of confab report, restructuring
  • Germany wins it all as the Confederations Cup comes to an end
  • Joshua hopeful lure of Las Vegas will tempt Klitschko to agree rematch
  • Confederations Cup should be reference point for Cameroon showdown, says Obuh
  • Arsenal to table £125 million world record bid for Mbappe
  • A Wimbledon up for grabs
  • 12 Teams fight for N23 million consolidated cash prize
  • The Senate and national confab report
  • ‘Mosquito-borne pandemic could wipe out 10m people’
  • Reps return to trenches over power of appropriation
  • Edo senator lauds Obaseki’s policies
  • Clerics dismiss drumbeat of war in Nigeria
  • Our researches have brought about improved varieties of crops, seedling
  • ‘Eight million motorists parade invalid papers’
  • It is time for value chain development, say Afreximbank, experts
  • The oil majors: Yet to relocate
  • LAUTECH will bounce back
  • ‘Despicable Me 3’ grabs top spot at weekend box office
  • Mystery of nun’s unsolved murder is latest US documentary hit
  • Nollywood Actress, Bukunmi Oluwasina, condemns`baby mama`syndrome among artists

(www.guardian.ng)

 

The Nation

  • S. lifts laptop restriction for flights from Abu Dhabi
  • Avenues exist for Nigerian investments in S/Africa, says Envoy
  • NUT opposes handover of payment of teachers’ salaries to LGCs
  • Italian priest gives free drinks, money to encourage Mass attendance
  • Borno records 3,000 births in IDPs camps in six months
  • Saudi King cancels participation in G20 summit due to Gulf crisis
  • Osinbajo leaves Abuja for AU Summit in Ethiopia
  • Xi says China-U.S. relations affected by ‘negative factors’
  • CAF Confederation Cup: Rivers United defeated by Club Africain
  • Nigerians in US condemn Bello’s hospital shooting
  • New York: Bello abandoned last job – Dr Omotosho
  • Qatar: Arab countries extend deadline by 48 hours
  • Southeast governors, others reject agitation for Biafra
  • Arewa Youths to reconsider quit notice
  • CAF Confederation Cup: Rivers United defeated by Club Africain
  • Lars Stands Tall as Germany Win ANOTHER Tournament
  • Rivers United lose in CAF Confederation Cup
  • Conf Cup: Portugal Finishes Third in Russia 2017 Tuition fees hike a rumour – FUT Minna
  • Suicide bombings: Police rules out setting up post in UNIMAID
  • UNILAG invents new method of diagnosing malaria
  • Southeast governors, others reject agitation for Biafra
  • Arewa Youths to reconsider quit notice
  • Investors push for interbank rate
  • Kidnapping cases dropped with Evans’ arrest, say police
  • Aisha Buhari returns to London
  • ‘Fayose pre-empted commissioners’ mass resignation’
  • DSS breaching Niger Delta peace process, says IYC
  • Investors push for interbank rate

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Tribune

  • Gov Al-Makura threatens prosecution over hate speeches
  • Eschew violence, Gowon urges Nigerians
  • Obasanjo tasks African leaders on support to NEPAD
  • BREAKING: Germany win #ConfedCup for the first time
  • Oyo residents to get residency cards, partake in mini-census
  • Ekiti APC chief decries high unemployment rate in state
  • Marketers blame drop in diesel price to competition
  • FIRS, KPMG reiterate commitment to transparent transfer pricing audit process
  • Robbers kill farmer, steal motorcycle
  • Child abuse: Lagos engages 300 parents on preventive measures
  • Trump’s travel ban an act of ‘blind hostility’ against Iran
  • Chinese firms in Africa could earn revenues of $440bn by 2025 —report
  • Indonesia police seize ISIS propaganda likely used by children
  • Access Bank: Sustaining profitability as it deepens market penetration
  • Total Nigeria eyes alternative energy business for sustained growth
  • Equities market reverses gains as NSE Index goes 4.99% lowe
  • Two killed in Kwara communal clash
  • 3 injured as 4-storey building collapses in Ilorin
  • Bahd guy fires gongo aso crooner
  • Food vendors abandon FG’s school feeding programme in Oyo •Some vendors have BVN issues —Govt
  • Pandemonium in Osun over 3 human heads, body parts found with ritualist
  • ANDE launches entrepreneurial ecosystem snapshot of Lagos
  • Nigerian entrepreneur launches first board game, Entrump6
  • Global FinTech Hackcelerator plans $50,000 funding for fintech startups

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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