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Here are the major headlines for Sunday, June 4, 2017

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Punch

  • Recent terror attacks in Britain
  • N’Assembly members to buy N50m Abuja flats
  • Army chief flying coup kite to see how Nigerians will react – Okurounmu
  • Instagram queen, Vickie Ama, denies having nipple enlargement
  • I did my children great favour by marrying their dad — Bose Alao-Omotoyosi
  • Nigeria’s Acting President must step on some necks
  • Transfer ban: Griezmann to stay at Atletico
  • Kekemeke’s sack ‘ll bring peace to our party – Ondo APC
  • Son abducts father, collects N1m ransom
  • Police arrest LG chairman, others over council secretary murder
  • French Open: Nadal qualifies for quarter-finals, Wozniacki tops ex-champ
  • APC sweeps Benue LG poll
  • How new technology led to Dammy Krane’s arrest
  • London attacks: We must stop being politically correct, says Trump
  • FRSC redeploys 71 senior officers in massive shakeup
  • Police probe 13-year-old boy’s rape
  • We don’t care if FG revokes Kanu’s bail – IPOB
  • Falana writes Osinbajo, demands release of El-Zakzaky, cleric’s wife, Dasuki
  • Why you must use only automakers’ specified oils —Ogunlana
  • States @ 50: What’s there to celebrate?
  • Malicious members plotting my removal as APC chair – Kekemeke
  • Stocks: Investors gain N798bn in one week
  • Kidnapped final year student found dead in Delta
  • Pliskova cruises into French Open last 16
  • BREAKING: Police arrest 12 people over London attack
  • Police uncover kidnappers’ hideout, arrest herbalist
  • Stampede leaves 1,500 Juventus fans injured
  • Boko Haram: NSCDC deploys 600 personnel to worship centres in Borno
  • N55bn probe: Ex-gov Shema faults Katsina panel
  • Kidnapped final year student found dead in Delta
  • Police uncover kidnappers’ hideout, arrest herbalist
  • Gunmen kill three, rob lawmaker’s aide
  • Killer herdsmen: IG, govs move to curb menace

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • Nigeria plays key role in meeting Global Goals by 2030: UNICEF
  • 2019: Northerners gunning for Buhari’s seat
  • Biafra referendum: IPOB, MASSOB will collaborate to achieve feat – Madu
  • Defence Minister warns Army against disloyalty, insubordination
  • NJC recalls Justices Okoro, Ademola, 4 other suspended judges
  • Nigerian singer, Dammy Krane reacts to his arrest in US
  • IGP Idris transparent, focused –Public Analyst
  • Fleeing armed robbers kill 3 in Imo
  • I sold 20 kidnapped children
  • Africa undeterred by past failures
  • Defence Minister warns Army against disloyalty, insubordination
  • Customs begins e-auction of seized goods July 1
  • Six killed in another terror attack in London, 48 injured

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • How to deal with Biafra – Prof. Ango Abdullahi
  • Nadal cruises into quarter-finals at Roland Garros
  • Ikorodu United players lament unpaid 6 months salaries
  • Griezmann to stay at Atletico Madrid after transfer ban upheld
  • Eagles set for Bafana Bafana
  • Bello Is Suffering From Most Chronic Form of Madness – Dino Melaye
  • Rapper Eva Alordiah Splits From Fiance of 15 Months
  • London Attacks: Trump Demands Travel Ban Restored, Orders ‘Extra, Tough’ Security in U.S.
  • Stopping Gas Flaring’ll Boost Nigeria’s Revenue – NNPC
  • Biafra: How Nigerian Military Escaped IPOB/MASSOB Ambush – Army
  • Police Arrest 12 People over London Attacks
  • Nnamdi Kanu, Biafra and Kate Henshaw’s False Premise
  • Fani-Kayode “Uncouth, Rude and Crude” – Youth Group
  • General Monguno: Tackling the Inter-Agency Rivalry
  • ‘Igbo Are Not Against Nigeria’s Existence, But …’
  • Beyond Propaganda: Promises Made, Promises Kept
  • Recall of Judges: FG Should Apologize for the Odium, Embarrassment
  • How to Deal With Biafra – Prof. Ango Abdullahi
  • UK Parties Suspend Election Campaign after London Attack
  • France ‘More Than Ever at Britain’s Side’ After Attacks: Macron
  • London Terror Attacks: U.S. Tightens Security
  • At Least Over 40 London Attack Patients in Hospital

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

The Guardian

  • Paris’s Eiffel Tower to go dark for London attack victims
  • FRSC redeploys 71 senior officers in massive shakeup
  • Bangladesh seizes half-tonne of gold from top jeweller
  • Police arrest 12 over London attacks
  • NSCDC deploys 600 personnel to worship centres in Maiduguri
  • Fani-Kayode “uncouth, rude and crude” – Youth Group
  • Ikorodu United players lament unpaid 6 months salaries
  • Nadal motors into quarters, Wozniacki tops ex-champ
  • I’m staying at Atletico, insists Griezmann
  • Nishikori fends off Korean upstart Chung
  • Terror in Turin as stampede leaves 1,000 injured
  • ‘Young boy’ Ronaldo still hungry for glory
  • Senate says demolition of Breeze FM radio station saddening, unfortunate
  • APC sweeps Benue LGC seats
  • Will Macron face French resistance with reform drive?
  • Project 2019: Before we doze off again
  • The language he failed to speak
  • Eighteen years of threatened democracy

(www.guardian.ng)

 

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