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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, July 5, 2018

Punch

  • State police: Dogara gets bill, Saraki meets speakers
  • Lagos tanker explosion: Senate demands probe, to meet NNPC, FRSC
  • Reps probe Abacha loot recovered by Obasanjo, Yar’Adua, Jonathan, Buhari
  • IPOB: Abaribe vows to sue DSS for detention
  • Police arraign teenager for raping autistic patient
  • 2nd Niger Bridge: FG approves N206bn Anambra, Delta link road
  • 10 major truck parks ready next year – FG
  • Only four elections overturned by courts since 2015 –INEC chairman
  • 136 groups seek INEC registration as political parties
  • Mitee, others petition Osinbajo over alleged plot against Ogoni clean-up
  • Fresh crisis hits APC as nPDP, others form faction, R-APC
  • Union official punches motorcyclist to death over N150 ticket
  • Native doctor dies while testing bulletproof charm
  • Five randy teachers allegedly impregnate SS3 pupil
  • PhD scandal: UI writes Osun poly, denies rector’s certificates
  • Tambuwal dissolves cabinet
  • LASG to introduce sign language in public places
  • Developer to maintain Ile-Epo Market for 27 years
  • Ekiti poll: UPN, MPN to present one candidate
  • Man sets three-year old niece ablaze in Cross River

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Nation

  • Macron to Nigerian youths: get involved in politics
  • Saraki, Dogara, Kwankwaso, Baraje, others form R-APC
  • Court grants ex-CDS Badeh permission to travel abroad
  • Alleged fraud: Court orders EFCC to produce auto firm’s boss Innoson for arraignment
  • Court orders Nigeria to pay two families N170m for rights abuses
  • S. court orders ex-MFM pastor, others to return church’s assets
  • FEC okays N230.28b for roads, mining
  • DSS arrests school principal over ‘PVC racketeering’
  • Fowler: Tax defaulters must pay arrears with interests, penalties
  • 8% pass WASSCE with five credits
  • Exporters hail OGFZA for ranking best in Ease of Doing Business
  • Policeman kills NYSC member one day to passing out
  • APC chairman Oshiomhole calls for calm as Ndume dismisses group
  • Air Peace first all-female crew to fly Abuja, Owerri routes
  • Police recover two human skulls from suspected cultist in Calabar
  • Oyo govt seals 14 gaming centres for ‘tax default’
  • Lawyer dies during cross-examination in Aba
  • Indian consortium to invest $100m in Cross River

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Vanguard

  • Presidency keeps mum as court grant lawyer leave to commence suit for order of mandamus on Buhari impeachment
  • US, Nigeria Partner On Structured Mentoring Programs For Women
  • Zamafara Killings: FG Donates Relief Materials IDPs In Katsina
  • Don’t Allow Moneybags Buy Your Conscience, IG Warns Policemen
  • Every Lawyer Must Be An Equal Stakeholder In NBA Project — Obi Okafor, SAN
  • Arraign Kanu Or Hand Him Over To British Govt, IPOB Urges FG
  • Igbo Political Destiny Not Tied To Buhari, Group Replies Presidency
  • Land For Life: Methodist Prelate Faults Presidency
  • I Was A Millionaire In My 20s Before I Married Oritsejafor —Helen Oritsejafor
  • 2019: Akala Joins Oyo Governorship Race
  • Makarfi Promises All-Inclusive Govt If Elected President
  • Obaseki Mulls Security Trust Fund For Edo
  • C’River Govt Warns Ukelle/Izzi Communal Conflict Refugees Against Retaliation
  • Suspension Of Lawmakers: Lawyer Drags Imo Assembly, Speaker To Court
  • Vote According To Your Conscience, NLC Tells Ekiti Workers
  • Mikel’s Dad’s Kidnap Shocks Rohr

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Guardian

  • Court orders National Assembly to begin impeachment of Buhari
  • Eminent Nigerians congratulate The Guardian at 35
  • NNPC may take final decision on NLNG Train seven this year
  • Trump trade war to become reality as China tariffs hit
  • No distraction over crisis, Amaju Pinnick-led NFF board affirms
  • Heat wave kills 19 in Canada
  • Pompeo sets off for North Korea nuclear talks
  • France offers N500b to kick-start Digital Africa Initiative
  • United States agency predicts electoral violence in Nigeria before 2019 elections
  • Senate seeks Houses of Assembly’s support for state, community policing
  • You’ve shown incapacity to contain prevailing insecurity, ASUU tells FG
  • Anthony Joshua to have his next two fights at Wembley
  • Like him or loathe him — Deschamps puts winning before all else
  • Japan boss blasts World Cup haters, eyes new coach
  • Argentine referee to officiate Uruguay vs France match
  • Costa Rica part company with coach Ramirez
  • FIFA condemns Maradona comments about England-Colombia referee
  • Tokyo stocks close lower as US tariff deadline looms
  • FMN posts N542b revenue, N13.6b PAT
  • BoI, UNIDO partner to foster industrial development
  • Buhari, Abacha’s loot and the poor
  • Disturbing Plateau killings
  • Dirty money in circulation
  • APC stung as Saraki, Dogara, Baraje, others form R-APC
  • Stop sponsoring protests against NASS, PDP cautions APC
  • My achievements justify loans obtained, says Aregbesola
  • Gaultier Joins Bra Wars With ‘Free The Nipple’ Fashion Slogan
  • Drinking Coffee May Help You Live Longer – Study
  • Watch Simi’s Touching Video For Hopeful “Aimasiko”
  • Reducing high blood pressure with local herbs
  • Your diet can affect your mental health
  • Towards ending AIDS epidemic by 2030

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • Trump to Meet Queen Elizabeth Next Week
  • British Court Sentences Nigerian to 14years Imprisonment for Trafficking, Slavery
  • Court Orders N’Assembly to Commence Buhari’s Impeachment
  • Finally, Ruling Party Breaks as Reformed APC Emerges
  • NEC Directs NNPC, Finance Ministry to Audit Daily Petrol Usage
  • Macron: France, Europe’s Success Depends on Africa
  • Trump to Meet Queen Elizabeth Next Week
  • British Court Sentences Nigerian to 14years Imprisonment for Trafficking, Slavery
  • Court Orders N’Assembly to Commence Buhari’s Impeachment
  • Finally, Ruling Party Breaks as Reformed APC Emerges
  • NEC Directs NNPC, Finance Ministry to Audit Daily Petrol Usage
  • Macron: France, Europe’s Success Depends on Africa
  • 2019 Elections: We’re Ready for Mischief Makers, Says INEC
  • El-Rufai’s Campaign Director Dumps APC
  • Stop Harassing Our Members, NLC Warns DSS
  • Ekiti Accord Party Denies Adopting PDP Candidate
  • Navy Nabs Illegal Immigrants Allegedly Heading for Ekiti to Vote
  • Police Protest Puts Nigeria’s Security at Risk, Says Melaye
  • Group to Sue EKDC over Outrageous Bills
  • Mobile Money Operators Urged to Enforce Cybersecurity Levy
  • CBN Woos Importers to Trade Chinese Yuan
  • Advertising Regulation Suffers as APCON Council Remains in Limbo
  • Bauchi Elders Mount Pressure on Buhari over Dogara
  • Exporters Hail OGFZA for Ranking Best on Ease of Doing Business
  • Rotary Club Provides Credit Facilities for Lagos Community
  • Plateau Killings: Four IDPs Die in Camps
  • Enugu Seals Federal Institutions, Hotels, Banks over N30bn Tax Debt
  • Obaseki Mulls Security Trust Fund for Edo

(www.thisdaylive.com)

 

Tribune

  • Chevron MD calls for sustained investments, growth in Nigeria’s oil and gas sector
  • Nigerian Air Force redeploys 16 Air vice marshals, 36 others
  • Ekiti 2018: Ekiti Eminent Movement backs PDP candidate
  • Benue govt approves overseas training for 10 indigenes in livestock
  • FG restates commitment to job creation
  • Kogi govt to establish 12 cottage industries in 9 LGAs
  • 2019: Our sensitive, non-sensitive materials, procedures are secured ―INEC
  • Ebonyi bans sale of adulterated kerosene
  • History curriculum ready for distribution to states —NERDC
  • Court remands farmer over alleged defilement of 12-year-old girl
  • Man loses 10-year marriage for sleeping with maid
  • Man docked over alleged N2m visa fraud
  • Man docked for allegedly causing grievous hurt
  • Chinese tycoon dies from fall in China
  • Kenyan county governor accused of fraud conspiracy
  • US woman, 92, kills son to avoid being sent into care home
  • Healthcare worker arrested on suspicion of murdering eight babies
  • Chinese tycoon dies from fall in China
  • Kenyan county governor accused of fraud conspiracy
  • US woman, 92, kills son to avoid being sent into care home
  • Healthcare worker arrested on suspicion of murdering eight babies
  • Nigerians to reap benefits of tax payment, FIRS Boss assures
  • Suspend Baru now, SERAP tells Buhari
  • We are discussing with World Bank on Nigeria’s petrol consumption data ―NNPC
  • International oil coys laud NNPC for JV debt payment
  • AfDB ranks 4th among 45 organisations in 2018 global aid transparency index
  • Buhari, north-west governors meet on ‘private business’
  • 2019: Coalition of 36 political parties set to battle APC govt
  • Factional APC: Oshiomhole appeals for understanding
  • Ekiti 2018: Vote according to your conscience, NLC charges Ekiti workers
  • Fighting corruption difficult in democracy, Buhari says

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

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