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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, June 21, 2018

The Guardian

  • S. deports 34 Nigerians over immigration, other offences
  • Buhari raises concern over 2018 budget irregularities
  • Eagles train for stamina, in hot weather
  • Death toll in Lagos bridge accident rises
  • 2018 budget: Additional projects done in good faith, Reps insist
  • Suicide bombers target military market in Borno
  • Ex-IGP Smith, others join 9jaSAFE Award board as nomination begins
  • Rotary Club partners industry to donate blood bank
  • Foundation tackles youth unemployment in Niger Delta
  • Obiano to empower Okada operators with N765m, shuttle buses
  • S. based Nigerian, sister arraigned for alleged child theft
  • The G.O.A.T. and the goatee: Ronaldo explains his celebration and facial hair
  • Eagles to get better support as more Nigerians arrive in Russia
  • D’Tigers continue flawless journey to China
  • Grandmaster lauds PwC Chess4Change’s initiative
  • Moses, Ighalo vow Eagles will beat Iceland
  • ‘Nigeria’s low tax rate inconsistent with lifestyles, spending habits of citizens’
  • NUATE threatens legal action over sacked workers
  • RIMAN names Nnoka new president
  • Suicide as emotional Bermuda triangle
  • Politics, religion and theatrics of June 12
  • Okorocha set to appoint two state electoral Commissioners, disengages seven aides
  • Makarfi canvasses support for presidential bid in 2019
  • Autonomy for states Houses not cause for executive, legislative rift, says PDP chief
  • Janet Jackson Reveals ‘Intense’ Battle With Depression
  • With A Billion Users, Instagram Takes On YouTube In Video
  • Strike A Pose: International Yoga Day Stretches Around World
  • Lack of self-worth, cause of depression, suicide
  • Challenges of tackling prescription medicines’ abuse, other psychoactive substances, by NAFDAC
  • Local herbs for water purification validated

(www.guardian.ng)                                        

 

The Nation

  • 2018 Budget: NIM boss expresses concern over alterations
  • 2018 Budget: NASS will address media on concerns by Buhari- Senate
  • FIFA fines Mexico, Serbia over fans’ misbehaviour
  • Nigerians in Russia task Eagles to beat Iceland
  • Police arrest leader of Sarasuka, 32 others in Jos
  • Two female bombers die at military market in Maiduguri
  • Taraba bridge collapses after downpour
  • Buhari signs Budget 2018 despite N578b injection
  • How OPEC lifted oil sector, by Kachikwu
  • Sex-for-marks: OAU sacks Akindele
  • APC convention: Court refuses to stop Lagos’ delegates
  • National Assembly not worried, says Senate chief
  • House of Reps justifies N578billion hike in Budget 2018
  • Igbo monarchs back Buhari’s honour for Abiola, June 12
  • Oshiomhole decries APC’s ‘opposition to itself’
  • FIFA fines Mexico, Serbia over fans’ misbehaviour
  • Nigerians in Russia task Eagles to beat Iceland
  • Costa’s fluke gives Spain win over Iran
  • Mikel ready to play in any position — Rohr
  • Ighalo promises improved Eagles
  • Nigeria battles Cameroun for group supremacy
  • Senegal’s win is for Africa, says Sakho

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

Vanguard

  • Budget: NASS inserted N578bn projects — Buhari
  • We’ve not received any court order on Uwazuruike—Police
  • Police, Shiites clash in Kaduna
  • National public debt rises to N22.7trn in Q1’18
  • Biafra : Human rights group faults Intersociety report on killing of agitators
  • How citizens can curb the excesses of SARS
  • I’m committed to rapid development of Nigeria, Buhari tells Senegalese Islamic Cleric
  • Budget: NASS inserted N578bn projects — Buhari
  • We’ve not received any court order on Uwazuruike—Police
  • APC convention: Presidency, govs in trade-off
  • El-Zakzaky Arraignment: Police Shut Down Major Highways In Kaduna
  • Breaking: Buhari Visits Storm-Ravaged Bauchi
  • Makurdi Court Discharges Ortom’s Adviser Of Murder Of Colleague
  • Consider ICC Prosecution Over Cutting Of Critical Projects By Lawmakers, SERAP Tells Buhari
  • Saraki Assures Russian Investors’ Of Conducive Business Environment
  • 2018 Budget: NIM Boss Expresses Concern Over Alterations
  • Council Boss Lament Alarming Rate Of Taraba IDPs Over Fear Of Attack
  • Policemen Health Worrisome – Health Experts
  • Jonathan’s Kinsmen Back Gov Dickson’s Public Service Reforms
  • Police Shut Down Major Highways In Kaduna Over Arraignment Of El-Zakzaki
  • Oshiomhole: I Will Subject President, Govs, Others To Party Supremacy If Elected As APC National Chairman
  • Okorocha: Public Trust, Public Tears!
  • FG Unveils New Loan Scheme For Micro Businesses
  • FG To Tackle SME Challenges With Industrial Clusters
  • Bonga Oil Spill: Court Upholds $3.6bn Fine Against Shell
  • UPU: Taiga And The Shame Of Urhobos

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • PDP chieftain cautions against admitting Saraki back to party
  • With a billion users, Instagram takes on YouTube in video
  • Costa denies ‘provocation’ but admits to ‘lucky’ goal
  • England’s Kane mirrors Maradona in his passion –Pochettino
  • Blatter says England should host World Cup
  • BREAKING: Buhari arrives in Bauchi
  • European human right court rejects mass killer Breivik’s appeal
  • 2018 World Cup: Alli sits out training ahead of Panama clash
  • Police arrest leader of Sarasuka, 32 others in Jos
  • Police shut down major highways in Kaduna over arraignment of El-Zakzaki
  • Portend it like Beckham: England v Argentina in World Cup final
  • Fashola announces Jalingo-Wukari bridge collapse
  • I will subject President, Govs, others to party supremacy if elected as APC national chairman — Oshiomhole
  • World Cup: FIFA fines Mexico, Serbia over fans’ misbehaviour
  • APC chair: Osunbor withdraws as Okorocha meets South-East stakeholders
  • I will subject President, Govs, others to party supremacy if elected as APC national chairman — Oshiomhole
  • APC chair: Osunbor withdraws as Okorocha meets South-East stakeholders
  • Buhari lacks capacity to implement 2018 budget, says PDP
  • MKO Abiola’s son, Abdulmumin, eyes APC youth leader’s ticket
  • 2019: Agbakoba, Tafawa-Balewa’s NIM joins ANN
  • Convention: Recognise Lagos APC delegates, court orders INEC
  • Ekiti PDP berates Fayemi
  • Ex-CBN deputy gov, Adelabu, enters Oyo guber race
  • Corruption cases: CSOs advocate constitution amendment, adequate funding
  • 2018 Budget difficult to implement with NASS’ alterations, says Buhari
  • Five things you can use as bank collateral
  • Nigeria’s debt rises to N22.7tn —DMO
  • Experts divided on N9.1tn budget funding capacity
  • ‘Farmers earned N73.24bn from agric exports in three months’
  • NERC suspends Ibadan Disco’s board over N6bn transaction

(www.punchng.com)

 

ThisDay

  • Two Suicide Bombers Killed in Borno
  • Oil Prices Fall as OPEC Nears Deal to Raise Production
  • FIFA Fines Mexico, Serbia over Fans’ Misconduct
  • Makarfi: Nigeria Needs a Leader to Salvage Her from Sorrows, Pains
  • 2019: Atiku Visits Jonathan, Expresses Optimism on PDP’s Chances
  • Ex SGF Challenges Nigerian Surveyors on Lasting Solutions to Boundary Conflicts…
  • Ex SGF Challenges Nigerian Surveyors on Lasting Solutions to Boundary Conflicts…
  • Police, Shiite Members Injured in Kaduna Clash
  • Dickson’s Commissioner Resigns, Joins APC
  • Finally, Buhari Signs 2018 Budget with Reservations
  • Court Refuses to Stop APC National Convention
  • Presidency Accuses Opposition of Sponsoring Widespread Killings
  • We Remain Committed to Advancing Change, Says Buhari
  • Kachikwu: NNPC Could Sign Refineries’ Revamp Agreements by October
  • DHQ: No Evidence to Suggest ISIS Training Boko Haram Terrorists
  • House Replies Buhari, Justifies Introduction of New Projects in 2018 Budget
  • Impeachment: Activists Drag Buhari, N’Assembly to Court.
  • Abdulmumin, MKO Abiola’s Son, Joins APC National Youth Leadership Contest
  • Stanbic IBTC Launches New Brand Campaign
  • Wema Introduces Agent Banking in Kano
  • Dangote Cement’s N179 Billion Dividend Excites Shareholders
  • Leverage ICT Infrastructure to Sustain Electoral Process, NCS Tells FG

(www.thisdaylive.com)

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