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Here are the major headlines for Saturday, June 3, 2017

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Punch

  • Apathy mars Benue LG poll
  • Kidnapping: We lack capacity to protect all schools –Police commissioners, others
  • Proposed N5 petrol levy huge joke – NUPENG
  • Police hunt for nail-cutter who raped ‘Almajiri’ boy
  • Vaccination error kills 15 children
  • Abuja Writers Village’ll be ready in Dec – Developer
  • Residents accuse pregnant woman of witchcraft, beat her to death
  • Boy kills friend for liking girlfriend’s Facebook picture
  • ‘History’ awaits Madrid and Juventus, says Ramos
  • Singer Dammy Krane arrested in US assures fans
  • Police makes fresh arrest over Manchester bombing
  • Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial begins Monday
  • TVC explains sacking of 145 staff
  • Real, Juventus clash in Champions League final
  • Reasons your spouse is avoiding sex with you
  • Charles Taylor’s ex-wife charged with torture in Britain
  • I was struggling as a stand-up comedian –Teju Babyface
  • Woman kills landlord, hangs self days after giving birth
  • 14 feared killed, six abducted as cultists strike in Rivers
  • Biafra: FG may ask court to revoke Nnamdi Kanu’s bail
  • Assemblies of God excommunicates former leader
  • Bank security guard arrested for planning robbery with militants
  • Why TVC sacked 145 workers
  • Newborn baby walks minutes after being delivered
  • Even, With N125bn budget, National Assembly is still underfunded
  • Inside the world of Lagos’ beggars’ union where members pay levies, lobby for locations
  • I’m in love with my lesson teacher!
  • I don’t publish data to favour government or anybody –Kale, Statistician-General
  • Cathedral where Queen of England, Nigeria’s elite worshipped
  • I met my husband via social media – Asandia Hogan
  • BIU confirms death of graduate killed by suspected cultists
  • Shock as assassins strangle septuagenarian couple in Osun
  • Finally, Police recover missing inspector’s body in shallow grave

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • Alleged tribalism, nepotism: North knocks Osinbajo
  • FG raises alarm over bird flu outbreak in Abuja, 7 Northern states
  • Why PDP leaders don’t trust Modu Sheriff –Leo Ogor
  • PMI: Real sector in sustained growth to May, says CBN
  • Champions League final: we’ll make Madrid unreal in Cardiff – ALLegri
  • AFCON 2019 qualifier: Supporters Club raises the alarm over Okumagba faction
  • FG has done nothing in Niger Delta – Tony Uranta
  • Why OPC is backing Biafra – Gani Adams
  • Obasanjo made May 29 Democracy Day to spite MKO Abiola – Joseph Evah
  • Nnamdi Kanu…son of the rising sun
  • Money-for-posting racket rocks police
  • Kukah Centre’s worthy plan for the almajiri
  • My fight against same sex marriage – Lisa Onu
  • Why I dropped my wig and gown for fashion – Ronke Ademiluyi
  • Alleged tribalism, nepotism: North knocks Osinbajo

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Security: A conflicting story of sadness and joy
  • 1 feared dead, police, pastor wounded in Ogbe-Ijoh, Aladja, Agbassa clashes
  • BIAFRA SIT-AT-HOME: People count losses as IPOB, MASSOB count gain
  • 2019: Technocrats mobilise to battle politicians
  • Out of 142 migrants only 3 of us were rescued from sea
  • N.C.R.E.D.I.B.L.E! Why released Chibok school girls can’t speak English
  • Giroud’s Hat-Trick Excites Deschamps
  • At 93, Mugabe Begins Nationwide Election Campaign
  • CAF Champions League Results
  • Vaccination Error Kills 15 Children
  • 4 Ways You’re Throwing Money Away
  • Police Urge Public To Shun Offer Of Drinks From Unknown Persons
  • Champions League Final: Expert Predictions And Analysis
  • TVC Explains Sack Of 145 Staff
  • Police Arrest 5 Suspects For Killing Pregnant Woman Over Witchcraft In Adamawa
  • Melaye, Macron And The Misguided Preoccupation With Youth
  • Boy Kills Friend For Liking Girlfriend’s Facebook Picture
  • Judicial Commission Declares Over N55bn Missing In Katsina
  • Study At Scotland Top University! Meet A University Representative From Dundee In Abuja
  • Warning To Men: These 3 Foods Is Killing Your Erection
  • 8bn Needed To Pay Farmers’ Compensation Over Bird Flu Attack
  • On A Night Out 7:36 AMRedeemers Men Trek 8 Kilometers For Jesus
  • CAF Champions League results Champions League final: expert predictions and analysis Akpeyi set to hit Eagles camp

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

The Guardian

  • My ghost did double registration, not me, says Yahaya Bello
  • Possession of arms by Bakassi militants threatens Gulf of Guinea countries
  • Toyin Onigbanjo: I have always loved the art of cooking
  • ‘Do or die’ in Uyo for Super Eagles
  • Putin: US election hackers could have been from anywhere
  • NUPENG says proposed N5 petrol levy a huge joke
  • Ex-Commissioner regains freedom in Calabar
  • Tense Kabul under lockdown after deadly protest clashes
  • Police arrest 5 suspects for killing pregnant woman over witchcraft in Adamawa
  • Police makes fresh arrest over Manchester bombing
  • Woman seeking bail collapses at Lagos court
  • Europe deserves to host 2030 World Cup – UEFA president
  • Nigeria Ekundayo to fight for vacant WBO Intercontinental title
  • Wenger targets Riyad Mahrez
  • ‘History’ awaits Madrid and Juventus, says Ramos
  • Africa our motherland, Nigeria our root, says Floyd Mayweather
  • Juventus, Zidane, football history in Cardiff
  • Democracy, the elders and Buhari’s presidency
  • CBS restructures, closes down TVC News Africa
  • Ortom votes, sure of APC victory in Benue LG polls
  • Akeredolu’s 100 days in office: Ondo APC fights dirty
  • Chime denies ejecting PDP from property to make way for APC

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Nigeria Tribune

  • Al-Makura’s wife disburses N1.5m to 150 widows, orphans in Nasarawa
  • Ex-Commissioner regains freedom in Calabar
  • Police urge public to shun offer of drinks from unknown persons
  • Police arrest 5 suspects for killing pregnant woman over witchcraft in Adamawa
  • Low voters’ turnout trail Benue LG election
  • FG to complete South South silo in Bayelsa
  • Developer says Abuja Writers Village ready in Dec
  • Group enlists 150 volunteers to curb examination malpractice in Kaduna
  • TVC explains sack of 145 staff
  • FRSC Mobile Court convicts 66 motorists for various offences
  • Bayelsa govt diversify beyond oil and gas, set up Aqua-Culture Village
  • #IndoNigeriaBizForum: Nigeria-Indonesia hold business forum in Lagos
  • Ondo School of Health Technology to reintroduce Pharmacy Technician training
  • UCH to launch app to better patients care
  • How pawpaw promotes good health

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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