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Here are the major headlines for Monday, June 5, 2017

Punch

  • Internet celeb who said scammers use her boobs to deceive people catches 50cents’ attention
  • Lagos pupils’ abduction: Police locate kidnappers’ den, victims
  • It’s time for your mid-year check-up
  • Reps open public hearing on alleged $17bn stolen crude today
  • Unsolicited messages: Appeal court awards damages against MTN
  • Senate plans to invite CBN, banks over high interest rates
  • Oppressive contradictions in Nigeria’s economy
  • Don’t use force against Biafran agitators –Shehu Sani
  • Recession taking its toll on Nigerians mentally, doctors warn FG
  • FG laments increase in homosexuality, wearing of dreadlocks
  • Bolanle Ambode: CAN won’t intervene, says Ayokunle
  • Man escaped London attack with glass of beer
  • APC appoints Nnamani, Nwobodo, Chime
  • We don’t care if FG revokes Kanu’s bail, says IPOB
  • Zidane can stay for life – Real Madrid
  • Alleged bribery tape: Melaye, judge must come clean, says Adeyemi
  • Man trying to drown his twins shot dead by neighbour
  • Apprentice colludes with herbalist to kidnap boss’ son
  • Bill Cosby goes on trial for sexual assault
  • New raids, ‘several’ arrests over London attack
  • Know the diseases linked to frequent urination in men
  • BSN donates N17m Bibles
  • Saudi, UAE, others cut ties with Qatar over terrorism
  • Niger Delta ministry awaits panel’s recommendation on fraudulent contractors
  • Privatised enterprises’ll be listed on stock Exchange –BPE
  • Aregbesola brokers peace between Fayose, petroleum dealers
  • South Korea unveils $10bn stimulus to boost jobs, welfare
  • Robbers kill bank agent, withdraw N2m from account
  • ‘Piety, prayers, solutions to Nigeria’s problems’
  • Beware of fake news, FG warns Nigerians
  • APC appoints Nnamani, Nwobodo, Chime
  • Reps open public hearing on alleged $17bn stolen crude today
  • Senate plans to invite CBN, banks over high interest rates
  • Bolanle Ambode: CAN won’t intervene, says Ayokunle

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • 22 passengers burnt alive in trucks collision in India
  • Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Bahrain and Yemen cut ties with Qatar
  • British PM resumes campaigning, 3 days before a national election
  • Northern governors have failed -Prof. Shown
  • Petroleum marketers in Ekiti suspend strike
  • District Head wants national honour confer on DPO
  • Sokoto RATTAWU kicks against leadership selection
  • Sokoto to access $6m solid mineral intervention fund

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • RECALL OF JUDGES: Lawyers back NJC as Sagay kicks
  • 2017 budget: Presidency, NASS flex muscles over 400 ‘strange projects’
  • Lagos school kidnap: Abductors reject N2m ransom offer, relocate victims
  • Biafra: Re-arresting Kanu’ll not stop struggle for freedom —IPOB
  • Buhari would return to Nigeria before June 11th – Kalu
  • Marginalisation: I’m practising what Ojukwu taught Ndigbo — Ngige
  • Stocks: Expectation Of Economic Recovery To Further Boost Confidence This Week
  • Photos: Fayose Buys Petrol From Blackmarket
  • Untapped Treasure Of The Treasure Base Of Nigeria
  • New Bill Won’t Lead To Fuel Price Hike — Saraki
  • Leaked Tape: Adeyemi Asks NJC, DSS, Others To Probe Melaye, Judge
  • PPPRA Failed To Remit N167bn To FERMA — Gaya
  • Alake Writes FG Over Plan To Scrap FUNAAB Course
  • We Need Quality Data To Achieve Food Security — KALE
  • RECALL OF JUDGES: Lawyers Back NJC As Sagay Kicks
  • 2017 Budget: Presidency, NASS Flex Muscles Over 400 ‘Strange Projects’ ]
  • Falana Petitions Osinbajo Over Continued Detention Of Elzakzaky
  • Adeboye Declares ‘Holy War’ Against Kidnappers, Herdsmen
  • Economy In Rebound: Stocks Gain N1.3trn In Bulls Market
  • Oshodi: Lagos Arrests Warring NURTW, RTEAN Factional Leaders
  • Lagos School Kidnap: Abductors Reject N2m Ransom Offer, Relocate Victims
  • King Diete-Spiff, Monalisa Chinda get Garden City Advancement Awards
  • What’s a man’s pride got to do with it when he smells the money?!

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

The Guardian

  • Presidency trims expected earnings from non-oil sector
  • Eagles hit Uyo today as Ramadan fast threatens team’s preparations
  • Stakeholders call for review of customs duties, taxes on trade
  • Nigeria may become dumpsite as Europe adopts green vehicles
  • Academics wade into bankers’, surveyors’ feud
  • Police make more arrests over London terror attack
  • New bill won’t lead to fuel price increase, says Saraki
  • Three Oshodi NURTW factional leaders arrested over crisis
  • Okowa tasks Deltans on rice production
  • Journalist beaten to stupor over Facebook post
  • Aisha Buhari pledges commitment to welfare of women, children
  • MFM downs FC IfeanyiUbah, Enyimba dismisses Plateau United
  • Arsenal prepares world record £95m bid for Mpabbe
  • Iwobi ready to smash walls to win English Premier League
  • ‘Joshua-Klitschko rematch will be just as good or better’
  • ABS, Puma partnership opens new vista for Nigerian club football, says Chukwuemeka
  • Babalola, Adegoke rule CBN Tennis Championship
  • Between the South-East and the rest of Nigeria
  • FIRS introduces six online tax solutions
  • Aggrieved members petition Lagos APC
  • APC wins 23 chairmanship positions in Benue State council election
  • Retooling National Assembly for probity, accountability
  • Setting sun of the Nigerian revolutionary
  • Memo to Osinbajo: Before tenancy is determined
  • Anambra 2017 and the opposition’s temper

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Tribune               

  • My mother was a disciplinarian, a firm believer in education ―Musiliu Obanikoro
  • Rauf Aregbesola – Ibrahim Idris
  • Aregbesola advocates decentralisation of Police
  • NYSC warn corps members against cybercrime, illicit drugs
  • Restructuring: Group charges Yoruba on unity
  • Lagos State, Mrs Bolanle Ambode planting a Tree
  • World Environment Day: Visionscape, firm to plant 1,000 trees in Lagos
  • The unsung, kidnapped kids of Lagos
  • Moving from success to greater success
  • Leaders and the discomfort of comfort
  • 12 Challenges That Will Change Your Life in 30 days
  • Elumelu’s company, Heirs Holdings, appoints Group CEO
  • Digital optimisation, invaluable technique for any business —Brand Genie consultant, Maria Tofowomo
  • 45% patients die from heart failure in Nigeria due to hypertension —Expert
  • Good data, application necessary for better health index
  • UCH to launch app to better patients care
  • Forex reserves dip by $534.996m in a month
  • Interbank rates to moderate on improved financial system liquidity
  • Heritage Bank partners group, Oyo State on afforestation
  • Why Nigeria’s image rating still remain low —Expert
  • Skysat Tech, Brother International unveil new offerings
  • NSE set to develop capital market capacity with X-Academy
  • Seplat assures shareholders returns on investments
  • nigeria stock exchange equities market
  • Equities market maintains bull, posts 7.94% WoW
  • Oyo govt partners CAC on speedy registration of businesses
  • Osun partners IITA to boost agriculture, launch farm institute in Ago Owu
  • (www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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