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Here are the major headlines for Monday, May 22, 2017

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Punch

  • Woman commits suicide after argument with husband
  • Politicians hire marabouts, pastors to pray for Buhari’s death – Aide
  • Lecturer impregnated me, rejects pregnancy, says nursing student • It wasn’t me, I used condom – Lecturer
  • Drake breaks record at Billboard Music Awards
  • Governor appeals blasphemy conviction in Indonesia
  • How generator fumes killed three in Edo
  • Inconsistency let Barca down – Luis Enrique
  • Naira increases gain, closes at 380/dollar
  • Obas’ committee faults ultimate to Olugbo
  • How Uber driver married his client
  • MPC meets today, CBN may hold key rates
  • El-Rufai orders probe of guns recovered from accident scene
  • APC tried to frustrate my inauguration as gov –Wike
  • Abaribe tackles Amaechi over S’East exclusion from $5.9bn rail projects
  • ATM safety tips for bank customers
  • Nigeria to earn $296,143 dividend from Islamic bank
  • FG requires $1.21bn to revive Ajaokuta Steel Complex
  • How should FG handle the alarm raised by Lt. Gen. Tukur Brutai?
  • Man kills seven-year-old son for stealing
  • Fadama project: Umahi pays N110m counterpart fund
  • Stop harassing Igbo traders over teenager’s murder, Dickson tells community
  • How Ronaldo led Real to 33rd La Liga title
  • Troops arrest six female Boko Haram terrorists, kill 13
  • Why Arsenal failed – Wenger
  • Tambuwal, Adebutu hail Fayose
  • Almajiris represent hunger, not Islam – Sultan
  • PDP factions trade insults as Supreme Court hears appeal today
  • Oil subsidy gulped N9tn in 10 years, says Oando chief
  • Wizkid wins big at Billboard Music Awards (Full list of winners)
  • Cameroonian Navy visits Calabar, urges collaboration against maritime crime
  • NAPTIP hunts Europe-based trafficking barons
  • Senior citizens lament failing health condition, seek intervention
  • No APC member joined PDP in Enugu, says party chairman
  • Buhari, Yar’Adua and the sense of deja vu
  • Gov aspirant drags Obiano to court over N9m poster levy

 

The Sun

  • IGP Idris warns recruits against bribes
  • Africa to witness ‘a lift-off’ in economic growth – Report
  • Trump to visit Israel in search of peace in Mid Eadt
  • BREAKING: Blackout in Ikoyi, V/I, others Wednesday to Sunday
  • FG’ll sustain Niger Delta Amnesty, says Paul Boroh
  • NASS’ll pass Nigerians Peace Corps, LG autonomy Bills – Hon Faruk
  • 24 injured in Thai hospital blast
  • Tragedy, as generator fumes kill three in Edo
  • Biafra agitators divided as MASSOB backs out of Monday rally
  • Executive orders: Osinbajo to interact with civil servants Wednesday
  • PDP: Anxiety as Supreme Court case begins today
  • Rivers now to showcase rich culture annually –Wike
  • Senators reject FG’s plan for South East rail
  • Local government is fraud –Gov Ortom
  • APC has performed below expectation –Utomi
  • Don’t blame me for Arsenal missing top 4 spot – Arsene Wenger
  • Real Madrid win La Liga in style
  • Where is Rotimi Ajanaku?
  • Lagos motorists, others roll out the drums

 

The Guardian

  • North Korea declares medium-range missile ready for deployment
  • Violence mars Lobi Stars away victory in Akure
  • Manufacturers opt for cluster plants to tackle energy cost
  • ‘Why north is uncomfortable with restructuring’
  • Banks’ total assets decline to N32 trillion
  • Outcry at Philippine ban on religious ‘distractions’
  • Eko Disco announces 5-day power outage in Lagos
  • Bomb wounds 20 at Bangkok military hospital
  • Despite EU restriction, Med-View continues operations on Lagos-London route
  • Judiciary under threat, says Justice Onnoghen
  • Silence from Buhari’s aides as he recuperates
  • Thousands flock to Madrid as Real celebrate title
  • Conte in crosshairs for England’s mighty managers
  • UNFPA recruits teachers to train Chibok girls for UTME next year
  • Eko Kings still unbeatable as CBL train moves to Yaoundé
  • Arsenal hurt by ‘horrendous’ atmosphere, says Wenger
  • Delta to ban schools without sporting facilities
  • Tambuwal lauds Fayose, says Ekiti governor a factor in Nigerian politics
  • Buratai’s alert and imperative of a fortified democracy in Nigeria
  • The Nigerian Macron: Can we make it happen?
  • ‘FAO does not force GMO technology on countries’
  • Operators attribute declining profits to high income tax
  • CBN makes N3.3 billion from banks’ borrowing

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