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Here are the major headlines for Sunday, May 14, 2017


  • Victor Moses, Other Key Players In Chelsea’s Title Win
  • Soludo: Buhari Met Bad Economy But Made It Worse
  • There Is No Dialogue with Govt Only War – Boko Haram
  • Again Boko Haram Strikes, Hits University Of Maiduguri
  • 367 Prison Inmates to Sit For 2017 UTME
  • Why Vaginal Birth after CS Not Advisable —Experts
  • Ace Comedian I Go Dye Builds Palatial Home For Mum
  • Amateurs Venture into Comedy with Little Sense Of Humour – Ali Baba
  • Rumbles in APC over Candidates’ Selection
  • How 2014 Confab Delegates Want Nigeria Restructured
  • Lagos Raises Alarm over Abandoned Buildings By FG
  • And Awolowo Beat Azikiwe to It
  • Abia Gov Case: CJN Reveals Attempt to Influence S-Court Justices
  • Defamation: Pop Singers, 2face and Blackface On War Path
  • Hoffenheim want Iheanacho on loan
  • Obaseki’s use of concrete opens new vista for roads in Edo
  • What would make a Nigerian man marry a woman 24 years older?



  • I am a Christian, I won’t reply Wike’s insults – Ortom
  • ‘C’River has 10, 000 unclaimed national ID cards’
  • Nigerian priest becomes apostolic nuncio to Ireland
  • Security agents discover church operated as sex club
  • Latest English Premier League table
  • Police arrest 10 suspected thieves in Jigawa
  • BREAKING: Hull City relegated from Premier League
  • NIS blames obsolete maps for erroneous bombing of IDP camp
  • Biafra Day celebration: MASSOB cautions security agencies against brutality
  • We must return to regional electricity grids — Thomas
  • GE plans 2GW hydroelectric power in Nigeria
  • Troops kill four B’Haram food vendors
  • I didn’t tattoo my balls – Charly Boy
  • I’m not switching to hip hop –K1 de Ultimate
  • My relationship with Yemi Alade –Adekunle Gold
  • North Korea missile test a ‘threat to international peace’ – EU
  • FCC will prosecute erring MDAs over employment infractions, says commissioner
  • Olympics: IOC officials begin Paris visit to study 2024 bid
  • Yes, Nigeria needs an ideological political system, but how?
  • Ebola: FG orders compulsory test for fever patients
  • Presidency won’t reinstate SGF, NIA DG – Source
  • Kano commission suspends Sanusi probe
  • Scammers using my boobs to deceive people –Roman Goddess
  • JAMB introduces CCTV at UTME centres
  • MTN invests $5m in Cameroon’s football league
  • I can’t run out of songs –Olamide
  • I get ideas by starring at bums – Timaya
  • If anything happens to Buhari, North will insist on two terms in 2019 – Junaid
  • We have confidence in Osinbajo – US, UK
  • PFAs invest N216.8bn in real estate
  • Sharing missing children posts on Facebook could cause harm, Police warn
  • Family accuses soldiers of torturing, killing breadwinner
  • Ikorodu killings: Police declare family wanted for alleged false alarm
  • [ICYMI] VIDEO: Husband catches man pants down pressuring wife for sex
  • Policeman rapes 10-year-old for a year with mother’s consent
  • Nigerians top list of foreigners held for drug smuggling –Indian officials


The Guardian

  • Macron takes office as French president
  • Boko Haram sent me to die for refusing marriage proposals, says suicide bomber
  • Police arrest 10 suspected thieves in Jigawa
  • 1,500 evacuate rebel-held Damascus district
  • Thai forces kill 9 ‘drug smugglers’ in Golden Triangle
  • Merkel’s party seeks key victory in bellwether state vote
  • Manhunt for hackers behind global cyberattack
  • Hull City relegated from the Premier League
  • ‘Rich’ fans don’t influence me, says Wenger
  • Giroud brace keeps Arsenal in the hunt
  • Supporters Club hails Pinnick, Phillips appointments in CAF, FIFA
  • Ndidi shines as Iheanacho,Tosin, Asoro, benched in league matches
  • Begging for alms with babies in Lagos
  • 10m Nigerians suffer from Asthma, says Expert
  • 36 years after Bob Marley passed on, No Woman No Cry stirs ownership controversy
  • When unorthodoxy spices up dramatic tension in The Audition
  • Yerima: Younger playwrights too angry, unprepared for art of playwriting
  • Lagos to tackle Ketu gridlock with construction of lay-by
  • US intel chiefs express doubts about Kaspersky security software
  • Agbakoba: I am speaking against the basis of Nigeria’s fragile democracy


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