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Here are the major headlines for Monday, June 19, 2017


  • Evans takes detectives to Igando, Ejigbo dens
  • Economic recovery: Banks anticipate increased demand for loans in Q3
  • 2017 Budget: NASS draws battle line with Osinbajo
  • Editors caution against hate speech
  • Ukiwe, Horsfall, Akinrinade, others take on Arewa youths
  • Agitation for Biafra ‘s a violation of Nigeria’s constitution – Osinbajo
  • Osinbajo advises Church leaders to reject stolen money
  • Why FG ignored Nnamdi Kanu in consultation with South East
  • Bulls’ Market May Tread Cautiously This Week
  • Only 5.3% Of Adults Have Access To Credit In Nigeria, CBN Laments
  • Before The Senate Roundtable On Banks
  • Osinbajo The Deft Minefield Walker
  • NPFL: Plateau Maintain Lead Despite Loss
  • In The Race Of Time 5:41 AMRohr: Amuneke Kicks Against NFF Interference
  • Future Of Nigeria Is In 2014 Confab Report – Olu Falae
  • Hayatou Ouster: Infantino Faces Investigation
  • Funding Gaps: 15 Manufacturing Companies Borrow N418bn From Banks
  • A-Ibom Govt To Build Computer Labs In 10 Schools
  • Appeal Court Ruling On Edo 2016 Guber Election: Matters Arising
  • 2018 Budget: FRC Advises FG To Stick To ERGP
  • Stockbrokers Seek Government’s Understanding Of Market Challenges
  • Quit Notices: DSS Moves To Expose, Prosecute Sponsors
  • Rohr: Amuneke kicks against NFF interference
  • Hayatou ouster: Infantino faces investigation
  • Video replay in spotlight as Chile edge Cameroon in Confederations Cup
  • Building collapse: Lagos files fresh charges against Lekki gardens’ MD, others
  • Demolition: no compensation for Breeze FM – Al-Makura says
  • Sabagreia: Bayelsa community where evil, wicked men dread




  • Buhari: Nigeria needs an energetic president, says Bakare
  • ‘Husbands must provide mosquito nets before wedding in Sokoto’
  • Woman gives birth on flight, baby gets free travel for life
  • Five women sell three year-old boy for N600,000
  • Lam, not Ladoja initiated Ibadan road project – APC
  • Buhari: Nigeria needs an energetic president, says Bakare
  • Record 65.6 million people displaced worldwide – UN
  • Budget: N’Assembly wants to be both legislature, executive, says Sagay
  • Angry Shenhua fans turn on misfiring Tevez
  • Recalled judge collected N90m bribe from 100 lawyers — Presidential aide
  • One dead as van rams pedestrians near London mosque
  • Hate speeches: DSS warns Arewa youths, N’Delta militants, others
  • Anti-corruption fight must start from churches, says Osinbajo
  • Construction worker commits suicide after sacking
  • Evans leads police to two detention camps in Lagos
  • Seven things that shorten your computer’s lifespan
  • LASG brings back LAKE Rice
  • Four new updates to Safety Check on Facebook
  • Embezzlement forced FG to stop parties’ subventions – Ekweremadu
  • Bribery, irregularities mar Ogun Homeowners’ Charter
  • N516bn Paris refund: Labour teams up with EFCC, ICPC on probe
  • ALGON appeals judgment on marriage certificate
  • Court remands couple, others for alleged N55.8m fraud
  • Kidnapped Kaduna students, lecturer regain freedom
  • Eggon-Hausa clash claims two lives in Nasarawa
  • Igbo: Southern leaders demand withdrawal of quit notice
  • Kung fu kicks: Nigerians demand prosecution of Chinese who crippled worker
  • Kogi recruits new doctors, to sack striking medics
  • Nigeria records first trade deficit with UK in seven years
  • ‘Business survival inconceivable with high interest rates’
  • We’ll use justice to address agitations – Osinbajo



The Guardian

  • Attack on Igbo is attack on all, say southern leaders
  • Telecoms’ tariffs may crash as 60 firms seek broadband licences
  • Macron marches to clear majority in French parliament
  • Distance churches from treasury looters, Osinbajo tells clerics
  • Confederations Cup: Sanchez inspires Chile to 2-0 defeat of Cameroon
  • Iran says its missiles into Syria hit IS targets
  • One dead as van rams pedestrians near London mosque
  • IPOB, Arewa youth agitations unlawful, says Osinbajo
  • No rescued Chibok girl escape to Sambisa forest’
  • Evans leads police to detention camps
  • Why we shunned Nnamdi Kanu in South East consultations – Presidency
  • Brooks Koepka wins 117th US Open Championship
  • Oscar sparks mass brawl in Chinese league
  • Confederations Cup: Ronaldo’s Portugal held by Mexico
  • NFF denies moving Eagles’ matches to Port Harcourt
  • Kida urges disenchanted basketball stakeholders to help in rebuilding NBBF
  • Karatekas storm Nigeria for Shotokan International training tourney
  • Recession bogey in Nigeria and South Africa
  • Cross River and resurgence of opposition politics
  • APC, PDP disagree over Akeredolu’s performance 100 days after
  • Bakare warns ‘power mongers’ on Buhari’s health
  • Emefiele and three ‘troublesome’ years at CBN
  • N261b forex, OMO auctions stabilise exchange rate




  • FG: Why Opposition Elements Are On The Receiving End of Graft Prosecutions
  • Dangote, NPA, Flour Mills Sign MoU with FG to Reconstruct Apapa Road at N4.3bn
  • Jonathan: No Single Individual, Group Can Solve Nigeria’s Problems
  • Kale: Nigeria Will Exit Recession Next Year
  • 2017 Budget: Osinbajo’s Comments Threaten Executive, N’Assembly Virement Deal
  • PDP Crisis: Sheriff, Makarfi Factions Endorse Governors’ Position
  • N’Delta Youths Kick against Non-inclusion of Indigenes in P’Harcourt Refinery Concession
  • Bakare Warns Coup Plotters, Power Mongers
  • FG to Execute Three-pronged Strategy to End Fuel Importation by 2019
  • Presidency: We Don’t Consider Nnamdi Kanu a S’East Leader of Thought
  • N5bn Scam: No Money Traced to Goje’s Account, Says EFCC Investigator
  • 38 Compulsorily Retired Army Officers Seek Buhari’s Intervention
  • THISDAY, LASUTH, 104 Others Nominated for Healthcare Excellence Award
  • Osinbajo Tells Church to Reject Treasury Looters
  • Ignore Agitation for Disintegration, NGE Tells Nigerians
  • Hundreds Stranded in Gridlock Due to Collapsed Bridge in Niger
  • Police Arrest Suspect for Shooting Cop, Gang Rivals
  • Lawmaker: Nigeria, Donors Need More Than $15bn to Revamp Lake Chad
  • Kidnappers Terrorising Commuters on Kaduna-Abuja Road Arrested
  • Southern Leaders Unite, Insist on Restructuring
  • Kale: Nigeria Will Exit Recession Next Year
  • We Import Poison, Not Rice, Bagudu Warns Nigerians
  • APC, PDP Don’t Mean Well for Nigerians, Says ADP
  • APC Leaders Shun Atiku’s Presidential Campaign Parley in Enugu



The Nation

  • Confederation Cup: We will improve says Cameroon Coach
  • Agitations for break-up unlawful, says Osinbajo
  • DSS to descend on hate campaigners
  • House rejects EFCC’s invitations to members
  • Dasuki blew $1.2b in one day, says govt
  • Expel looters, Ag. President to churches
  • Nigeria’s democracy a work in progress, says Tinubu
  • Nigerians ‘ll resist military takeover, says Bakare
  • Ambassador advises politicians on environmental laws
  • Nigeria stronger together, says Guild of Editors
  • Senate seeks suspension of new health centres
  • Oyo APC to Ladoja: don’t rewrite history on Ibadan circular road
  • Security expert warns against divisive utterances
  • Kanu not regarded as Southeast leader, says Presidency
  • 150 women benefit from governor’s wife’s programme
  • Confederation Cup: We will improve says Cameroon Coach
  • Nestle Milo Basketball: Govt. Secondary School, Gboko beat Wesley Girls Secondary School
  • Technical Director urges more competitions, sponsorships for Chess
  • Nigerian Sport Awards gets new panel
  • Landmark varsity, NIM collaborate to expand management training
  • Teachers adamant as Kogi schools re-open
  • Child education, prerequisite for a better future
  • Why we shut down school, by PTI students
  • Study hard to build your minds, Omatseye tells students
  • Evans: I gave my dad N3m, SUV
  • Motorists, pedestrians worried over uncovered manholes
  • Employee ‘kills’ Chinese boss for insulting his mother
  • Taekwondo won’t miss Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, says Binga
  • How I single-handedly raised Ahmed Musa-Mother
  • Nigeria Open gets listed by ITTF




  • Osun Bye Election: PDP factions reconcile to back Ademola Adeleke
  • Restructuring must be based on 1963 constitution ―Opadokun
  • Oyo Magistrate sentences 23 people for violating environmental laws
  • EFCC during a protest against corruption, staged in Lagos State
  • Law should prevail in anti-corruption fight, lawmaker charges FG
  • Vocational skills panacea to economic recession ―Don
  • Test our Students ―NOUN tells Law School
  • Cleric urges FG to submit Confab report to NASS
  • Southern leaders demand Arewa youths to withdraw ultimatum
  • Stop creating artificial tensions, DSS warns
  • Minister of Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Malam Muhammad Musa Bello
  • Bello breaks fast with journalists
  • NEMA shakeup: Redeployment of management staff
  • trafficker; human-trafficking
  • NAPTIP nabs 33-year-old man for trafficking, rescues 3 girls
  • Restructuring must be based on 1963 constitution ―Opadokun
  • Gov Okowa gives approval for launch of contributory health scheme in July
  • Nkwegu, others bag African Child Prize 2017
  • Education, not GDP, determines Africas wealth ―Expert
  • NSE ASI up 1.60% as Access, Zenith, Transcorp top trades
  • NSE, Bloomberg chart course after recession
  • AfDB approves US$15m equity investment to support inclusive growth in Africa



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