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Here are the major headlines for Saturday, June 24, 2017


  • Quit notice: We won’t tolerate misuse of freedom of speech – Osinbajo fumes
  • Melaye drags INEC to court, moves to stop recall process
  • Badoo’ hacks couple to death in Ikorodu
  • EFCC operatives storm Abuja estate over N2 billion probe
  • Evans: Drama as court grants bail to 3 suspects
  • DSS busts terrorists’ plot to attack Kano, infiltrate Shiites on sallah day
  • FG’s appeal against CCT Judgment: Iam unperturbed, says Saraki
  • El-Rufai, Tunde Bakare And The Groove From Timex Social Club – Reno
  • US Government Grants N2.9M To Support Orphaned Children In Nigeria
  • Only 50% Of Anambra Mothers Comply With Exclusive Breastfeeding
  • NPFL: Matchday 26 Fixtures
  • Godwin Azubuike Unini, Vanguard Freelance Photo Journalist Henry’s Father Is Dead
  • Benue Investigates 2,500 Ghost Workers
  • Are Mbaise Catholics Out To Disobey The Pope?
  • Five Dead, 120 People Missing In China Landslide
  • Sustain Your Good Acts After Ramadan, Etsu Nupe Begs Muslims
  • At Least Five Bodies Found After Huge China Landslide: Official
  • FRSC Warns Unrepentant Traffic Law Breakers In FCT
  • Ogbe-Ijoh Market Belongs To Itsekiri – INYC
  • ‘Igbo Have So Much Investment In The North. You Don’t Expect Us To Leave ‘
  • ‘Daddy, I’ll Be A Pilot!’ And He Was Only 4 Years Old
  • Over 140 People Feared Buried In China Landslide
  • Graft: ICPC Has Power to Investigate Any Person – Court
  • Teachers Protest FG’s Plan to Handover Primary School Teachers’ Salaries to LG
  • Ordinary people’ll determine Nigeria’s unity, not political leaders – Onaiyekan




  • TETFund awards N720m contract to renovate UNIJOS burnt library
  • NSCDC arrests motorcycle-snatching syndicate in Nasarawa State
  • Businessman bags one year imprisonment for attempted rape
  • To remain one of us, close Al Jazeera TV, Arab states tell Qatar
  • I brought fresh human skull home five years ago – Suspect
  • Sex resort offers ‘guardian angels’ as part of room service
  • Eid-el-Fitr: DSS uncovers plan to bomb praying grounds
  • Man beheads septuagenarian in Badagry
  • Supreme Court sacks PDP Senator Danladi
  • Okomu Oil’s revenue rises to N14.3bn
  • 2 docked for allegedly setting woman ablaze
  • Mark Zuckerberg eats Ramadan dinner with refugees
  • Policewoman prevents debt payment over PUNCH’s report
  • BREAKING: Taraba gov’s SSA slumps, dies
  • Tell-tale signs your woman is into extra sex!
  • Herdsmen on trial for raping siblings
  • 65-year-old man, robbed, strangled to death in Makurdi
  • Alleged N937m fraud: Court grants Niger PDP chairman N150m bail
  • Even if your husband cheats, don’t divorce him –Funke Adesiyan
  • My husband refused to go to church, woman tells court
  • Don’t compromise Nigeria’s unity, Obaseki tells citizens
  • Supreme Court voids Herman Hembe’s Reps membership, declares Dorothy Mato winner
  • Facebook launches plan to combat online extremism
  • US strips Ghana lawmakers of visa privileges
  • Court court dismisses suit against Sokoto governor, Tambuwal’s election
  • Kogi govt distributes mobility aids, appliances to persons with disabilities
  • Policeman beaten to death by enraged crowd
  • EFCC arraigns Justice Nganjiwa for $260,000, N8.6m unlawful enrichment
  • Various things to do with a naked man
  • NDLEA seizes 263,947.57kg drugs, arrests 8,257 suspects



The Guardian

  • South Koreans march to protest US missile defence system
  • Loew set to add to Germany’s strong semis record
  • Over 140 people feared buried in China landslide
  • CIA knew in August that Putin sought to boost Trump
  • Bribery allegation shocks Sports Appeals Committee
  • UK Labour leader Corbyn will ‘try to force early election’
  • At least three killed in Mosul suicide attacks
  • Colombia’s ELN rebels free two kidnapped Dutch reporters
  • Japan media mourns death of cancer-fighting newsreader
  • India mob kills Muslim teen in beef row, one arrested
  • ‘Security operatives shot Shiites members during procession’
  • Germany hope Liverpool’s Can fit for Cameroon
  • Chile’s Bravo poised for Confed Cup return
  • Eight-time champion Federer eases into 13th Halle semi-final
  • Latest NTF’s number four ranking delights Edwards
  • Unearthing a forgotten true Nigerian sports hero
  • At 70, Masteroudes reminisces on the team that changed Nigerian club football
  • Passage of the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill
  • ‘Early detection remains key to defeating Scoliosis’
  • Senate weighs options on Osinbajo’s comments over 2017 budget
  • Supreme Court sacks Abubakar, Hembe from NASS
  • Rivers commissioner resigns 24 hours after sack of colleague
  • Kemi DaSilva-Ibru: Giving help, hope to abused women
  • The confident child we want
  • CR7 eyes Nigerian music, may work with Davido first
  • Falz lashes out at artistes who promote internet scam and crimes
  • Red Bull Music Academy set to visit Lagos
  • Johnny Depp apologizes for Trump assassination joke
  • Movie producer seeks support for female filmmakers




  • Sallah: Tight security ordered for Eid praying grounds •SSS foils plot to bomb worshippers in 4 states
  • Evans causes stir in Ghana govt circles •Govt probes how kidnapper, wife, children got Ghana citizenship
  • Paris Club refunds: We’re still expecting second tranche —Govs
  • LPPC strips lawyer of SAN rank
  • Uncertainty in Rivers as 2 commissioners leaves Wike’s within 24 hours
  • Sokoto guber tussle: Court affirms Tambuwal’s election
  • NSCDC arrests motorcycle-snatching syndicate in Nasarawa State
  • FG begins training of community tax officers to boost tax collection
  • JAMB trails cyber cafe operators, others over fraud
  • Nigeria to recruit 30,000 policemen annually for 5 years
  • Which Of Your Favorite TV Shows Will Survive The Year?
  • Fire on Zuma Rock is a yearly occurrence ―Resident – Tribune
  • Two years of Buhari politics – Tribune
  • Ariana Grande ‘broken’ in tweet after Manchester attack – Tribune
  • Why we are yet to appoint another Aare Ona Kakanfo after MKO Abiola —Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Adeyemi…
  • Women will make 50 per cent of workforce by 2020 if…— Patricia Kenneth-Divine
  • Kashamu’s stewardship at the Senate
  • Get trained, dance has moved up, Lawal tells young dancers
  • Nods as Uche Jumbo reacts to report of marriage crash
  • 10 Days in Sun City lands AY Makun South African Government partnership


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