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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, May 11, 2017

The Sun

  • Libyan coastguard turns back nearly 500 migrants
  • Nigeria pledges commitment to end global terrorism, inequality
  • 2 Nigerians shot dead in South Africa
  • Kano Assembly probes Emir Sanusi
  • Aso Rock: Osinbajo, Sambo in private talks
  • Rivers has invested in security than most states –Wike
  • Judge stops Yakubu’s bid to retrieve seized $9.8m
  • Ijeshatedo killing: DPO arrested
  • Enugu deputy governor’s orderly shot dead
  • Air crash: Falae’s wife, children drag airline, NCAA to court
  • Senate accuses govt agencies of corruption
  • Pension fund: N6.5trn not enough for retirees in future –Aremu
  • FG uncovers discrepancies in NDDC projects in Imo
  • Workers protest: OGBC, OGTV general managers retire
  • Libyan coastguard turns back nearly 500 migrants
  • Farouk Lawan lied over Otedola’s bribe money – lawmaker tells court
  • PDP: Sheriff and his many political battles
  • FIFA ratifies nine African World Cup places

 

Punch

  • BREAKING: How Delta speaker was impeached, suspended
  • BREAKING: Delta Speaker, Monday Igbuya Impeached
  • Moses praises Conte for reviving career
  • Falomo school: Police to arraign five randy pupils today
  • FG plans fresh concession of Lagos-Ibadan Expressway
  • BREAKING: Saudi budget deficit drops 71 per cent in Q1
  • Lady recounts how Uber driver beat her in Lagos
  • Adorable photos of English groom in Benin attire
  • Rogue NSCDC officials shoot, rob tanker driver, others in broad daylight
  • Wall collapse kills 24 at wedding party
  • Earthquake kills eight in China
  • Why I visited Osinbajo – Ex-VP Sambo
  • Herdsmen attack police van, kill four cops in Delta
  • Osun coroner begins sitting, Adeleke family shuns panel
  • Official exchange rate redundant, Soludo tells CBN
  • Two killed as Lagos hoodlums clash over woman
  • Why Nigerian miners should go to church
  • Illegality of Covenant University students’ suspension
  • Nnamdi Kanu meets Ekwueme, seeks former VP’s blessings
  • Herdsmen getting weapons from neighbouring countries – Saraki
  • Champions League leading goalscorers
  • Eat and shit, Nigeria’s governing philosophy
  • Of adolescent ‘rapists’ and an untutored generation
  • Five ways to make money on Twitter
  • Setback for power supply in Magboro, Mowe, other communities
  • Forex deals: BDC firm accuses bank of unethical practice
  • I’m not easy to manage – Lukaku
  • Nigeria’s dollar scarcity to remain, says Moody’s
  • FG makes N6bn from lottery in five years
  • Between the Presidency and Senate
  • 80-year-old, wife, children arraigned for stealing food
  • Lawyer loses N25m books to Kwara rainstorm
  • Motorists, commuters groan as Lagos APC meeting causes gridlock
  • Couple allegedly sells daughter to pay rent, set up provision store
  • One dies in street fight over girl, eight arrested

 

Vangurd

  • Buhari’s letter is mischievous, there is cause for concern, says Yerima, Fani-Kayode, others
  • Stop playing politics with forex, monetary policy, Soludo tells CBN
  • Massive shake-up in Army
  • Late Deji Falae’s family sues airline, NCAA; claims $100,000, N219.9m
  • Why Court rejected bid to stall Bala Mohammed bail application
  • Naira stable at N388 to US$
  • Arguments on Osinbajo’s current status needless distraction – FG
  • Aisha Buhari visits 82 freed Chibik girls
  • Wall Collapses, Kills 23 During Wedding Celebration
  • Peter Obi And One Wristwatch
  • Breaking: Delta Assembly Speaker, Igbuya Impeached
  • Ex-Militant Leaders Laud Buhari For Release Of N30bn To Amnesty Programme
  • Nigeria’s Major Problem Not Corruption, Says Cleric
  • Labour Urges FG To Revisit Power Sector Privatization
  • Many Lawmakers Don’t Visit Their Constituencies, REC Nominee Tells Senators
  • Enough Of Budget Cycle Rollovers
  • Medical Doctor’s Killers’ll Be Fished Out – Wike
  • Constituency Project: Dogara, Principal Officers Softpedal
  • World Bank Earmarks $200m On Agric Project In 9 States
  • Voters Registration: MASSOB alleges plot to disenfranchise Ndigbo
  • Why Imo Remains Highest In JAMB Applications – Okorocha
  • Why Ex-NNPC boss, Andrew Yakubu lost bid to retrieve forfeited $9.8m
  • Risks Persist In Nigerian Banks, Fitch Warns
  • LNG Act Amendment To Cripple Trains 7,8 $25bn Investment

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