Here are the major headlines for Thursday, June 06, 2019


  • Herdsmen have no reason to attack South-East – Miyetti Allah
  • Customer sues bank for loss of C of O used for loan processing
  • Makinde gives Ajimobi’s aides 48 hours to return govt vehicles
  • Sallah Durbar: Police arrest suspect hoodlums in Kano
  • 78-year-old kidnap victim found dead in Bayelsa
  • You have capacity to end banditry, Gov Masari tells Army
  • Shakira in court over alleged tax fraud
  • Trump arrives in northern France for D-Day ceremonies
  • Presidency meets power firms over electricity crisis
  • Nurse jailed for life over murder of 85 patients
  • UPDATED: Pope to receive Putin at Vatican on July 4
  • Injury forces Brazil’s Neymar out of Copa America
  • I can’t vouch for Eagles winning AFCON — Taribo
  • Herdsmen have no reason to attack South-East – Miyetti Allah
  • Appellants urge Appeal Court to disqualify Buhari as presidential candidate
  • Customer sues bank for loss of C of O used for loan processing
  • Lagos residents to call hotlines for potholes, road repairs
  • We arrested 2,175 kidnapping suspects, others in two months – IG
  • UNIZIK female undergraduate’s suspected killer nabbed
  • Ghanaian artisan dies inside water tank in Lagos
  • Bandits kill 16 in Zamfara, one dies in Bauchi
  • Motorcyclists apprehended for robbing Lagos residents
  • Actor, Yul Edochie, survives car crash
  • PDP Reps yet to endorse Gbajabiamila, others for Speaker – Ogor
  • Gbajabiamila not guilty of perjury, has never been convicted – Campaign team
  • PDP govs meet over National Assembly leadership poll today
  • I’ll hand over to another PDP governor, Dickson boasts
  • DSP position not zoned to South-South yet –APC group
  • Lalong signs water sector bill, three others’


The Nation

  • New Katsina NYSC boss resumes, focuses on Corpers’ training 
  • We’ve not sacked any worker, says Kwara govt.
  • Pope Francis to welcome Russia’s Putin to Vatican for 3rd time 
  • Breaking: Body of 78-year-old kidnap victim found in Bayelsa
  • Detectives recover 834 arms, 19,009 live ammunition in two months 
  • 31 work-from-home websites/companies
  • Ansar-Ud-Deen fetes, clothes Modupe Cole inmates 
  • Bagudu reappoints SSG, CoS
  • Three suspected traffic robbers arrested on Sallah eve
  • Lagos to release hotlines for potholes, quick road rehabilitation 
  • English Premier League clubs vote to allow VAR replays on big screens 
  • Neymar out of Copa America after injury
  • African Champions League final for replay after VAR controversy 
  • ‘N470 billion SIP fund have measurable results’ 
  • Activists charge FG on fossil fuel ban 
  • UNILAG building mishap: Worries over contractor’s competence 
  • Kidnappers on the prowl in Southwest (I) 
  • Makinde to Ajimobi’s aides: return govt property in your custody
  • Agbaje denies defecting to APC
  • ‘It’s too early to fight for governorship’ 
  • Nwosu to Ihedioha: focus on governance 
  • Deltans thank Okowa, Ibori for a stronger Delta
  • Abia teachers embark on strike for unpaid arrears 
  • Troops kill scores of terrorists in ambush in Borno
  • Air Force neutralises more terrorists in Lake Chad 
  • Ndume felicitates with Muslims 
  • PDP upbraids Buhari over ‘necessary evil’ comment
  • Call warring leaders to order, APC chieftain tells President
  • ‘Money laundering’: Jonathan’s ex-aide Dudafa awaits judgment date 
  • Party’s support group seeks inclusion in President’s cabinet


The Guardian

  • German killer nurse gets life for 85 hospital murders
  • Concerns over Southeast governor’s indifference in the zone’s development
  • Teaching handicraft for effective youth, national development
  • Christians allege ethno-religious cleansing in Kaduna, petition Trump
  • Former champions, Enyimba, Pillars take centre stage as Akwa United meets FC IfeanyiUbah
  • Judgement reserved in Pell appeal against child sex conviction
  • Sudan health ministry says ‘no more than 46’ dead in crackdown
  • Hungary tourist boat death toll reaches 15
  • Ganduje cancels durbar as hoodlums kill guests at emir’s palace
  • ERA/FoEN alleges turning of Ogoni cleanup to political patronage
  • WHO alerts to new strains of vaccine-derived polio in southern Nigeria, Lagos
  • Flying Eagles stay back in Poland over unpaid wages
  • Injury forces Neymar out of Copa America
  • My game plan didn’t work, says Anthony Joshua
  • Zimbabwe’s Warriors arrive for Eagles friendly today
  • Rain washes out French Open’s quarterfinals
  • Musa signs for Syinix Limited as brand ambassador
  • Transferring 6, 000 policemen out of Lagos?
  • Tackling vision problems among kids with photo-screening mobile app
  • Raging issues that may oust Oshiomhole as APC chairman
  • Party chieftain, Nabena, implores Buhari to wade into its crisis
  • PDP Reps caucus denies endorsing Gbajabiamila’s speakership bid
  • Rob Kardashian’s Instagram Ban Still Stands Despite New Account Promoted By Family
  • MAC PRO: Apple Introduces An all-new powerhouse
  • 6 Cheap Items That Add Fabulousity To Your Outfit
  • Nigeria’s e-payment deals lose over N5 trillion in Q1
  • Delay in outcomes of inland basins drilling by NNPC worry stakeholders
  • Group urges higher adoption of technology for business growth
  • Combating poverty through intersectional approach to agriculture
  • Before the Federal Government misdirects education again – Part 4
  • Margin budget of no effect




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