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Here are the major headlines for Saturday, July 01, 2017


  • APC says no to restructuring
  • Arewa youths : Public condemnation, private support
  • Security operatives in dilemma over Evans, say capable of organising jailbreak
  • Bishopric crisis: Mbaise Catholics say no to Pope
  • We can’t run Nigeria like this, Health Minister tells commissioners
  • $15bn defence money unaccounted for — Osinbajo
  • How tax-paying Nigerian can curb corruption, make govts responsible by Osinbajo
  • Secession: Igbo are going no where, says Senator Abaribe
  • Nigerian From Osun Emerges Overall Best Graduating Student At Ukrainian Varsity
  • Foreign Companies Task Nigeria On Improvement Of Business Environment
  • It’s Time Nigerian Citizens Discover How They Can Make Nigeria Better- Symington
  • Reno’s Response To Kanu’s Attack On Jonathan: Ndigbo Should Go, Learn Diplomacy
  • Niger Delta Youth Leaders To Hold Conference On Biafra, Restructuring
  • Pope Sacks Cardinal In Charge Of Vatican Doctrine
  • British Airways Cabin Crew Strike Over Pay Dispute
  • JAMB Will Not Reschedule Exam For Late Comers- Oloyede
  • France, Germany, Italy To Meet Over Migrants Crisis
  • Chile Can Prove They’re Best In The World – Vidal
  • 302 Slots Allotted To Ondo Pilgrims For 2017 Hajj
  • Scientist Advocate Science, Technology Park
  • Ahmed Musa Set To Perform Traditional Marriage Rites On Juliet Ejue
  • Ambode To Make Lagos One Of World’s Cleanest Cities
  • Why my successor may be stoned — Okorocha
  • Monetisation of politics is eroding our political system- Bisi Akande
  • Lessons of Ugwuanyi’s visit to Mosque at Sallah
  • Housewife offers N120,000 bride price to quit 5-yr-old barren marriage
  • Jay Z sets Twitter on fire after admission of adultery
  • Badoo: Another suspect set ablaze in Ikorodu




  • UPDATED: Fire outbreak at Federal Secretariat, Abuja
  • I made more money when I was fat – Lepacious Bose
  • ‘Record fine against Google to benefit EU citizens’
  • JAMB will not reschedule mop-up exam, says Oloyede
  • Chelsea sign former Man City goalkeeper Caballero
  • Foreigners banned as Singapore holds gay-rights rally
  • Anambra has no zoning formula in gov poll, Ezeemo to Obiano
  • Author of ‘Eze goes to school’ buried in Onitsha
  • Police parade suspected criminals in Anambra
  • 17 wounded in US nightclub shootup
  • IPOB can’t stop elections in Anambra – Police
  • Plastic bomb kills four in NW Pakistan: officials
  • EFCC charges industrial court judge with N3.5m unlawful enrichment
  • 19 gunmen killed in clashes with Mexico police
  • Former health minister, Osotimehin for burial July 21
  • Congo is Ebola virus free, says minister
  • Pope sacks doctrine chief
  • BREAKING: No Fire outbreak in health Ministry – Health Minister
  • PHOTOS: Stars, glitz and glamour as Messi weds childhood sweetheart
  • Watford make double signing
  • Jay Z’s admission of adultery sets Twitter on fire
  • UPDATED: Fire outbreak at Federal Secretariat, Abuja
  • Will you expose your parents as a whistleblower if you discover they stole government’s money?
  • Chelsea sign Ampadu
  • Money politics killing our political system – Bisi Akande
  • BREAKING: Tanker and cargo ship collide off Britain
  • Nigeria assumes Chair, AU Peace and Security Council
  • New York hospital shooter identified as Nigerian
  • Football star Messi weds childhood sweetheart
  • Mental test for traffic offenders begins July 1 –FRSC
  • Recall: INEC receives Melaye’s court papers
  • Residents lynch Badoo suspect in Ikorodu
  • We’ll eliminate crime in N’ Delta maritime domain – Navy
  • 63-Year-old lawyer arrainged for alleged kidnapping, attempted murder
  • Surrender or meet deadly end, Ikorodu traditionalists tell Badoo cult
  • Vigilantes shoot tailor in front of mother, wife
  • My mum died on hearing I was arrested – Robbery suspect
  • Police arrest 30 kidnapping, robbery suspects in Imo
  • Police to retrieve stolen cars with monitoring device
  • Court rules on El-Zakzaky, army clash July 6



The Sun

  • A Orji booed as Kalu pays tribute to late Abia SSG
  • Eagles post : No gambling against Cameroon – Shorunmu
  • Men and prostate enlargement, urinary problems and diabetes
  • I’m back with daring sex scenes – Omotola Jalade
  • Court dismisses certificate forgery suit against Andy Uba
  • We don’t know when Buhari will return –APC
  • 37 days in captivity: Why we’re yet to release Lagos pupils –Militants
  • BREAKING NEWS: Abuja Federal Secretariat on fire
  • Money politics eroding values, service to people –Akande
  • Biafran referendum not possible – Okoi Obla
  • AfroBasket 2017 : Expect tough challenges against D’ Tigers – Awojobi
  • 4 soldiers killed in Borno bomb attack
  • Paris Club refund: NULGE holds pro-Ugwuanyi rally
  • Locally-made generating sets ‘ll bridge power shortfall –Abalaka
  • Troops ambush Boko Haram in Borno
  • Why I’m defending Evans –Ogungbeje



The Guardian

  • Curry inks $200 million deal with Warriors
  • Buhari is recovering in a very robust manner, says Oyegun
  • Failing is just an experience – Modupe Fagbohungbe
  • Feud escalates between Trump, TV hosts
  • Germany beat Spain to win under-21 Euro
  • Trump’s coarse outburst against journalist Mika Brzezinski — the latest salvo in his ongoing war with the media — sparked a major backlash, as well as stern condemnation from within his own Republican party.
  • Suspected Badoo gang member set ablaze in Ikorodu
  • Fighting in Philippine city displaces nearly 400,000
  • Record fine against Google to benefit EU citizens
  • Seventeen wounded in US nightclub shootup
  • Candidates’ lateness: JAMB will not reschedule exam, says Oloyede
  • 19 gunmen killed in clashes with Mexico police
  • Confederations Cup: Chile can prove they’re best in the world, says Vidal
  • Pliskova defeats Wozniacki for Eastbourne title
  • Infantino hails VAR ‘great success’ at Confederations Cup
  • Defoe’s mum decisive factor in Bournemouth return
  • Chelsea sign Welsh teenage star Ampadu
  • Marquinhos extends PSG deal to 2022
  • Sanctions against banks over illicit funds transfer
  • SUN seeks to influence consumers’ food choices through nutrition communication
  • Money politics signposts danger to nation’s polity, says Akande
  • Let’s Chat Mums holds second edition of forum
  • Cancer signs to watch out for




  • PCNI Hosts Maiden Coordination Forum
  • Fire Outbreak at Federal Secretariat Abuja
  • Patience Oniha Replaces Nwankwo As DMO’s D-G
  • Igbos Won’t Leave North, Says South East Traditional Rulers’ Chairman
  • NPC to Engage in House-to-House Registration of Under-5 Children in Bauchi
  • Adewole: Road Accident, 2nd Highest Source of Violent Deaths after Boko Haram
  • NIMASA Trains 2,259 Nigerians in Maritime Studies
  • Lagos Moves to Attain Safe, Flood-free Environment
  • In New Executive Order, Osinbajo Gives Tax Defaulters Nine Months to…
  • APC won’t ignore clamour, says party chairman
  • Osinbajo Appoints 14 New RECs
  • Obasanjo Challenges AU Leaders on Corruption, Impunity
  • AVM Atawodi not on Trial for Fraud
  • Nigerian Born Doctor Kills 1, Injures 6, Commits Suicuide in New York
  • Four Die in Youths, Vigilante Clash in Kontagora
  • Bayelsa, Navy Mourn Ikoli
  • Secession Threat: Group Blames Elites over Delayed Restructuring of Nigeria
  • Governor Emmanuel, Others Mourn Late Ikot Ekpene Monarch
  • Patience Oniha Replaces Nwankwo As DMO’s D-G
  • Igbos Won’t Leave North, Says South East Traditional Rulers’ Chairman
  • Adewole: Road Accident, 2nd Highest Source of Violent Deaths after Boko…
  • Nigerian Born Doctor Kills 1, Injures 6, Commits Suicuide in New…




  • Jigawa council polls: Low turn-out of voters
  • 50 UNIOSUN medical students graduates in Ukraine University
  • National Auditor of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Fatai Adewole Adeyanju
  • PDP crisis will be resolved after Supreme Court judgement ―National Auditor
  • fire outbreak at Federal Secretariat Abuja
  • Minor fire outbreak at Federal Secretariat Abuja
  • Cattle breeders advise herdsmen against using minors for grazing
  • Governor of Plateau State, Rt. Hon. Simon Bako Lalong
  • Plateau records 482 cases of violence against women, girls in 2 years
  • Communities threaten showdown with Ondo state government
  • Ondo to patronise local engineers —Akeredolu
  • Trump’s travel ban an act of ‘blind hostility’ against Iran
  • NDDC promises to support Petroleum University
  • Chinese firms in Africa could earn revenues of $440bn by 2025 —report
  • Restructuring: Afenifere, PDP, UPP, others carpet FG
  • Aregbesola, former HOS trade accusation over alleged sale of Osun property in Lagos
  • Kidnappers have stopped communicating with us —Parents of abducted Lagos students •Why kidnapped…
  • He’s a gambler, addicted to alcohol —Wife
  • It’s not right for a woman to neglect her home ’cos of her status —Dr Nike Akande
  • ‘My husband is aggressive, beats me always’
  • The house I must not enter again —Gegun of Ayetoro-Ile
  • Nigeria inches closer to 40bn barrels oil reserve target
  • 5 Nigerian to be jailed on Thursday in UK over £10m scam
  • Oyegun, APC governors in closed door meeting over Buhari, Biafra
  • President Buhari recovering fast in London hospital —Oyegun
  • Troops arrest notorious Boko Haram terrorist in Buni Gari


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