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Here are the major headlines for Monday, June 11, 2018

Guardian

  • Restructure now if you’re sincere, elders tell Buhari
  • Poor demand, others push inventory to N321.12b
  • Government gets $1b debt offer from Afreximbank
  • Malta rejects Italy’s calls to take in rescue ship with 629 migrants
  • Super Eagles to arrive in Yessentuki today
  • Russia 2018: Super Eagles need maximum support to soar in Russia – Pinnick
  • Nigerian Contemporary Art Takes On The World With Hannah O’Leary
  • Trump’s G7 bust-up shows risks for North Korea summit
  • FG wants to frame me for gunrunning using a Lebanese, Wike alleges
  • Why troops are still deployed in Niger Delta, by DHQ
  • The Guardian, ACAL hold finance roundtable, awards
  • Brazil touch down in Russia ahead of World Cup
  • Messi says Argentina future depends on World Cup
  • Suddenly, nobody is talking about Eagles’ goalkeeping ‘crisis’
  • Mbamalu, Diogu, Aminu, top list of players for FIBA 2019 World Cup qualifiers
  • ‘Excited’ Salah misses Egypt’s first training session in Russia
  • Stars assemble in Lagos as Special Olympics begins
  • CIIN wants FG, states to prioritise insurance adoption
  • Stock Exchange makes N3.8 billion record high profit
  • BoI, Ebonyi unveil N4bn agric fund for civil servants
  • The pains of underdevelopment
  • NOUN/Law School: NANS ultimatum and matters arising
  • June 12 presidential election anniversary – Part 2
  • Politicians in army uniforms destroyed Nigeria, says Opadokun
  • Group alleges plot against Senate President Saraki
  • Why we set time-frame for pre-election matters, by Ike Ekweremadu
  • Five Morning Traditions That Will Make You Productive All Day
  • Beyonce & JAY-Z Pose Nude in Book Photos From The Run II Tour

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Vanguard

  • June 12: Nigeria has not seen anything like Abiola since — Ralph Obioha
  • June 12 election was programmed to fail – Osoba
  • Name moneybags who sponsored annulment of June 12, Presidency told
  • Cost of funds to fall as N425bn hit interbank
  • Review appointments to reflect national unity, Anglican Communion tells Buhari
  • Pay N14bn judgment debts to court — Innoson
  • Why we burnt Israel, America’s flags – Shi’ites
  • Fans In Benin Decline To Set Target For Super Eagles At World Cup
  • Kimono: Rastafarians To Hold Candle Light Procession In Ebonyi
  • Imo Needs A Government With Human Face – Ihedioha
  • Expert Advocates Blockchain Technology To Curb Fraud In Tax, Electoral Systems
  • 2019: RCCG Pastor, Lawyer Declares For Presidency To Tackle Buhari’s Flaws
  • Group Pay Tribute To Abiola, Visit Gani Adams
  • 20,000 Agents Inadequate For Insurance Services In Nigeria — Operators
  • Gunshots Rock Delta Community As Police, Youths Clash
  • NSIA To Massively Invest In Refineries— Orji
  • Why We Resisted Navy — Private Guards
  • Time To Return The Stolen Presidency To Jamiu Abiola
  • Fayemi Alleges Plot By PDP To Cause Violence Across Ekiti
  • We Won’t Drop Our N2bn Suit Against Police, Others – Daily Times Publishers
  • Crisis Brews Between Butchers, Herdsmen In Oyo
  • Micro Pension Will Create Next Phase Of Growth — Stanbic IBTC Pension Boss
  • Fuel Price Rises To N205, Under Recovery Hits N60/Litre
  • Aggrieved APC Members Ask Court To Void Result Of Cross River Congress

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

The Nation

  • Bus crushes six students to death in India
  • Trump lashes out at U.S allies
  • Russia Police clamp down on prostitutes ahead Eagles arrival
  • Social media post : UI pardons expelled student
  • Posthumous Award: PDP supports Abiola’s honour
  • Sister-in-law blast Ogu on daughter’s birthday
  • Tinubu: let’s fight poverty to immortalise MKO Abiola
  • I&E Forex Window attracts $50.73b in 13 months
  • $650m for projects next year, says NSIA
  • Nigerians mourn reggae star Ras Kimono
  • Punch chair Aboderin for burial Friday
  • Wike: Fed Govt plans to frame me
  • June 12: A long, tortuous walk to justice
  • Police arrest two ‘kidnappers’
  • Minister accuses NLC of undermining national interest
  • Russia Police clamp down on prostitutes ahead Eagles arrival
  • Sister-in-law blast Ogu on daughter’s birthday
  • Nadal – The King of Clay- Wins 11th French Open Title
  • JOHN OGU: I will dance ‘Shaku Shaku’ at the World Cup
  • Coach lauds Falode for repositioning female league
  • ‘My wife is every guy’s dream’
  • MIRANDA: Brazilian who chose defence to honour his brother
  • Social media post : UI pardons expelled student
  • Sexual harassment: UNILAG panel calls for memoranda
  • Buhari commissions flood, erosion control project in UNICAL
  • Students hail Buhari for signing Not-Too-Young-To-Run Bill
  • Students endorse Nasarawa Deputy Governor’s aspiration
  • The unrelenting Nigerian spirit
  • Hostels destroyed as rainstorm hits Danfodiyo varsity

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

The Sun

  • FEC meeting presided over by President Buhari on June 6, 2018
  • Abiola: Senate demands release of June 12 results
  • Why we accept award – Fawehinmi family
  • Military, Amnesty International disagree over threat allegation
  • Herdsmen attacks: 35 primary schools shut in Nasarawa
  • Linking Saraki dangerous to nation’s economy –Wike
  • June 12: ‘May God help Nigeria,’ Tofa, Abiola’s opponent
  • …It’s fulfilment of our dreams, efforts –Tinubu
  • Offa bank robbery: I’m innocent, Saraki replies police
  • Family of 5, friend die in Ogun
  • North East: US gives Nigeria $102m for IDPs
  • Igbo in Taraba petition Ohanaeze over attack by Fulani
  • Cholera kills 5 in Plateau
  • Removal of service chiefs will not end killings –Olatujoye
  • Quota system, zoning, killing Nigeria slowly –Mbonu, presidential aspirant
  • Fayemi, Fayose in fresh war of words over July 14 election
  • CBN to commence auctioning Chinese yuan
  • BPE targets N400bn from privatisation of NIPOST, 5 other coys
  • Power: Darkness looms as Discos’ revenue shortfall swells to N1.1trn
  • Fred suffers ankle injury
  • Ozil doubtful for World Cup
  • Salah returns to Egypt

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

ThisDay

  • The Beat Stops for Ras Kimono at 60
  • External Reserves Down to $47.42bn as Foreign Portfolio Investors Anticipate US…
  • Enlist Abiola as Former Head of State, Carrington Tells Buhari …
  • FG: New Excise Duty Rates Not Targeted at Local Manufacturers
  • FG Frowns at NLC’s Petition to ILO against Nigeria on Alleged…
  • Punch Chairman, Wale Aboderin for Burial Friday
  • ARG Laments Armed Invasion into S’West States
  • Ekweremadu: Why We Set Time Frame for Pre-election Litigations
  • FG Planning to Frame Me Up for Gun-running, Wike Alleges
  • Adeyemi Praises Buhari, Wants Stadium Named after Abiola
  • Court Order on INEC’s Account Won’t Affect Ekiti Governorship Election, Says…
  • Zamfara Killings: 3000 Displaced Persons Take Refuge in Katsina
  • Police Commence Training of Successful Candidates for Recruitment Exercise …
  • Musician, Ras Kimono, is Dead
  • Sokoto to Build 3 New Faculties in State University
  • Child Labour: Obaseki Decries Widespread Practice, Warns of Sanctions
  • FG Moves to Take Possession of Multi-billion Naira Furniture Coy In…
  • NAPTIP Intercepts 10 Russia Bound Victims of Human Trafficking
  • Sahara Power Group Charts Path for Energy Sector Growth
  • FCMB Named ‘Great Place to Work’
  • BATNF Launches Medium-term Strategic Plan
  • NSE Pledges to Lead Growth of Regional Capital Markets

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Punch

  • 12 dead, 31 wounded in Kabul govt building attack
  • Women walk out as controversial Austrian lawmaker is sworn-in
  • Neymar lands in Russia, Messi casts doubt over World Cup future
  • Nigeria, Morocco sign agreements on regional gas pipeline, two others
  • Kanye ties number one streak with new album
  • Suicide bomber kills one civillian JTF, injures four
  • Egypt demands FIFA give state TV World Cup rights
  • Catch us if you can: Nadal keeps old guard in control
  • Scientists find more than 100 genes that affect hair colour
  • Robbie Williams to perform at World Cup opening ceremony
  • World Cup: Asian authorities gear up to fight illegal gambling operators
  • Vietnam pilots oral HIV testing
  • Fashola promises to repair collapsed Mowo bridge in 72 hours
  • Sell iTunes and Amazon Gift cards For Naira – Cardtonic
  • Six students, teacher killed by bus, says Police
  • Fashola promises to repair collapsed Mowo bridge in 72 hours
  • Six students, teacher killed by bus, says Police
  • I sold my baby to raise money for her siblings, says mother
  • Indian billionaire flees to Britain, seeks asylum
  • Bank worker hacks into customers’ accounts, transfers N3m
  • Policemen batter Delta lawyer
  • Women walk out as controversial Austrian lawmaker is sworn-in
  • Nigeria, Morocco sign agreements on regional gas pipeline, two others
  • Don’t trust Buhari, group tells Soyinka, Falana
  • June 12: PDP, Oshiomhole disagree over PMB’s gesture
  • ‘June 12, better than May 29 as Democracy Day’
  • Fayemi challenges Fayose to open debate on Ekiti finances

(www.punchng.com)

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