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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, May 3 2018

The Nation

  • Dust storm kills 76 in India
  • Nigeria, EU trade volume hits €25.3bn
  • Liverpool were lucky to get past Roma, relieved Klopp says
  • Restructuring a must, say Anyaoku, Akintoye, others
  • NNPC sets 2020 deadline for zero gas flaring
  • I ‘ll never endorse Buhari, says Obasanjo
  • FEC approves additional N80b for Lagos-Ibadan road
  • Melaye rearrested after N90million bail
  • $2.1b arms cash: Govt files 14 fresh charges against Dasuki, others
  • GIABA: Tracking Africa’s $30.4b illegally transferred funds
  • Man commits suicide at UCH
  • Man held for ‘attempt to murder step-son’
  • EFCC arrests man posing as Magu
  • ‘We’re not part of TUC’s protest’
  • Stop leaking judgments, CJN tells court workers
  • Ogoke-Ejiogu rues botched promotion bid
  • Liverpool hold off Roma to reach UEFA Champions League final
  • Ronald doles out N301million for engagement ring
  • Lagos Seasiders edge Vipers in thriller
  • World Cup: Russian thugs fire warning shot
  • FIFA proposes biennial mini-World Cup
  • Students kick as Ondo poly increases fees
  • SUG court nullifies union leader’s suspension
  • Idahosa varsity students mark cultural day
  • Where are our values?
  • Youths, get ready to lead
  • Forces against education
  • 1,000 benefit from AAUA’s Work-Study scheme

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

 

The Sun

  • Codeine cough syrup: NAFDAC investigating indicted pharmaceutical firms, says DG
  • Fayose raises alleges N5b cash being mobilised for Ekiti APC guber primary
  • Jigawa generates N10b revenue in 2017 – Accountant General
  • Ekiti APC primaries: Fayemi fights for relevance
  • Name those who allegedly stole $3bn under Jonathan, PDP challenges Osinbajo
  • Parties, politicians flouting election timetable –INEC
  • Dangote announces new appointments for strategic growth sustenance
  • CBN boosts forex market with $210m
  • UN seeks stability in Lake Chad
  • England clash excites Victor Moses
  • Ndidi out for six weeks
  • The Sun’s pre-World Cup seminar excites Bako
  • 104-year-old scientist to fly across globe to end life
  • Austria presents bill cutting welfare for foreign children
  • US 2016: Trump in forgery scandal
  • Kannywood actress, Hauwa Maina, is dead
  • Protests in Ebonyi, as policeman guns down okada rider
  • Day Ife, Benin kingdoms rekindled ancestral affinity
  • Visionscape makes remarkable progress in landfill
  • Air Force launches Ground Training Command in Enugu
  • Dino Melaye whisked to Lokoja, to be arraigned today
  • 400 herdsmen attack Adamawa villages, 15 locals killed
  • Parties, politicians flouting election timetable –INEC
  • Name those who allegedly stole $3bn under Jonathan, PDP challenges Osinbajo
  • We’ll make Bayelsa Houston of Nigeria –Dickson
  • Give us land for Air Peace’s aviation hub, Ugwuanyi begs FG
  • Buhari remains failure, insists Obasanjo
  • Masked DSS operatives take over NASS security
  • El-Zakzaky: Again, Shiites ground Abuja

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

Vanguard

  • Breaking: Senator Melaye denied bail, to spend 38 days in police custody
  • Breaking: Dino Melaye arraigned in Kogi
  • Reverse our guilty plea, Patience Jonathan’s firms tell court
  • Attempted Suicide: Melaye docked on stretcher, granted N90m bail
  • Read more at: https://www.vanguardngr.com/
  • CODEINE COUGH SYRUP: We’re investigating 4 pharmaceutical firms — NAFDAC DG
  • Air Force to deploy four attack planes to S’East
  • Nigeria sitting on time bomb without restructuring—Anyaoku, Lekwot, Nwodo, Adebanjo, others
  • IGP, Idris shuns Senate again
  • Many dead as Boko Haram invades Auno village near Maiduguri
  • 7m People Die Every Year From Air Pollution – WHO
  • Peru Captain Guerrero Launches Bid To Scrap Doping Ban
  • Ex-Footballer Ferdinand Refused Pro Boxing Licence
  • Moghalu Takes Aim At Buhari, Melaye, Others In Hard-Hitting Speech At The Platform
  • African Airlines Passenger Traffic Rose By 11.2 Per Cent In March — IATA
  • Sales Girl Docked Over Alleged N894, 000 Theft
  • PCN Vows To Rid Pharmacies In Nasarawa State Of Codeine Syrup
  • Breaking: 13 Killed As Cattle Rustlers Attack Zamfara Village
  • Breaking: Dino Melaye Arraigned In Kogi
  • NASS Museum, Vital To Legislative History Of Lawmakers – Saraki
  • Buratai To Soldiers: Don’t Reveal Army Official Secret On Social Media
  • APC Stakeholders In Imo Want NWC To Save Party From Okorocha
  • Experts Express Worry Over Delay In Passage Of 2018 Budget
  • Nine Governors Strongly Believe In State Police – Gov. El-Rufai
  • Telecom Operators Want NCC Look Into Indebtedness Of Small Companies
  • 86 Killed In Mubi Suicide Blasts
  • Peru captain Guerrero launches bid to scrap doping ban
  • Ex-footballer Ferdinand refused pro boxing licence
  • Roma vs Liverpool : We were lucky, relieved Klopp says
  • NWPL: Nasarawa Amazons in slim win over Sunshine Queens
  • CAF Confed Cup: Don’t toy with Joliba, Enyimba boss warns players
  • Basketball: Kano Pillars begin title defence against Civil Defence

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Punch

  • Meghan Markle’s brother calls for wedding cancellation
  • Heavy rains kill 183, says ministry
  • ‘It’s easier to die,’Widow of Chinese Nobel Peace Prize laureate cries from house arrest
  • PHCN Injection Station experiences fire outbreak
  • Union grounds Kenya Airways operations over sacking of Nigerian workers
  • Gunmen kidnap German nurse in Somalia
  • BREAKING: Death toll from India storms jumps to 97
  • China, Nigeria seal currency swap deal
  • Experts express worry over delay in passage of 2018 budget
  • 13 killed as cattle thieves attack Zamfara village
  • Presidential aspirant asks women to deny husbands without PVC sex
  • Court demands N360,000 for man accused of N360,000 fraud
  • Dino and Nigeria Police as a metaphor
  • Police anti-cultism squad kills UCTH worker
  • Forte Oil to sell Nigerian assets, exit Ghana
  • Inspector shot as police arrest three cult members
  • Woman abducts two children sent on an errand in Lagos
  • Lagos pastor arrested for allegedly raping nine-year-old
  • Man jumps to his death at UCH
  • Police smash car-snatching syndicate in Anambra
  • Presidential aspirant asks women to deny husbands without PVC sex
  • Nigeria going nowhere without restructuring –Anyaoku, Adebanjo, Lekwot, Nwodo, others
  • Stakeholders resist Okorocha
  • 66 political parties shun NMA’s town hall meeting
  • Ekiti gov: Al-Makura chairs APC’s primary election committee
  • 2019: INEC wants candidates subjected to debate
  • NBA in search of stronger criminal justice system
  • UPDATE: Again, IG shuns Senate’s summon over Melaye
  • UPDATED: Court stops council poll in Oyo new wards
  • China, Nigeria seal currency swap deal
  • Forte Oil to sell Nigerian assets, exit Ghana
  • BoI gets fresh N305bn to finance industrialists
  • FG okays fresh N80bn for Lagos-Ibadan road …approves N18.87bn for 3rd Mainland Bridge repair
  • Kachikwu asks NNPC, DPR, PPPRA bosses to reply Falana
  • BEDC offers jobs to 13 outstanding Elizade varsity graduates

(www.punchng.com)

 

Tribune

  • Tears, tributes as funeral rites for Oyo Speaker begin
  • FEC okays N176.5b for additional work on Lagos-Ibadan road
  • Ekiti 2018: Gov Al-Makura to lead team on APC primary
  • Fayose accuses APC of flooding Ekiti with money to compromise voters
  • Obasanjo denies meeting with NLC president over Buhari’s second term
  • BREAKING: Police move Dino Melaye to Kogi in ambulance, to be arraigned today
  • Media critical to democratic dispensation, should avoid divisive broadcast —NBC
  • Foundation urges nationwide internet literacy campaign to boost economy
  • Ogbe-Ijoh/Aladja crisis: Okowa sets up vigilance committees in communities
  • NYSC is committed to its mentorship role ―Kazaure
  • 2019: Delta entertainers endorse Uduaghan for Senate
  • Ondo FRSC boss is dead
  • Melaye docked, gets N90m bail
  • 2019: Report without bias, Buhari advises journalists
  • Court remands man in prison over alleged rape of minor
  • Police nab alleged fraudsters, recover fake currencies in Enugu
  • Sim card: Court remands man for allegedly stabbing friend to death
  • Police arraign 2 suspected Lagos yellow bus robbers
  • Protests mar May Day celebration around the world
  • Macron attacks nationalism in speech to US Congress
  • Indonesia jails former speaker of parliament 15 years over graft
  • Afghan girl forced by parents to be “son” they never had
  • Jaiz Bank unveils strategy to transform, attain vision
  • NEPC tasks exporters on targeting specific markets
  • CBN captures 31m Nigerians in Bank verification number project
  • ‎Transcorp shareholders applaud company’s return to profitability
  • NANS canvasses support for Nigeria police
  • FG launches national family planning communication plan
  • FG to establish oil, gas equipment machinery development institute in Bayelsa
  • Nigeria will soon produce Noble Laureate in sciences —Onu

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

Guardian

  • 13 killed as cattle rustlers attack Zamfara village
  • No political campaign before December 2018, INEC warns
  • ‘Industrialisation, diasporan investment crucial to boosting Africa’s capital stock’
  • Trump reimbursed lawyer for payment to porn star, says Giuliani
  • Fresh war looms in basketball as Kida’s NBBF threatens players, clubs over Kwese League
  • Support for South Korea’s Moon hits record high after summit
  • EU citizens urged to sound ‘cry for help’ in UK local polls
  • Cambridge Analytica to close after Facebook data scandal
  • Nicaraguan protesters back on streets in push for justice
  • Trump hints of imminent news on Americans detained in North Korea
  • North Korea denies it hacked UN sanctions commitee database
  • ‘It was just crazy’ – Klopp joy after Liverpool survive Roma thriller
  • ‘Proud’ Semenya back on track after IAAF rule change
  • Five talking points ahead of Arsenal against Atletico Madrid
  • Three things we learned from Roma vs Liverpool
  • Rohr excited as Iwobi returns to training
  • Rickey Tarfa battles Agbakoba as BOA Lawyers League enters semifinals
  • Nigeria, China sign currency swap deal
  • Lagos, Nairobi top holiday destinations for Brits in 2018
  • Investors stake N106b in equities in one month as bourse re-opens bullish
  • Pope Francis, Trump and beleaguered Nigeria
  • Sexual immorality and social decay
  • Echoes of restructuring at Abraham Adesanya’s memorial lecture
  • Yakubu, Kolade others task media on fair reporting of 2019 elections
  • Hermes Wraps Up Q1 With Strong Sales Growth
  • Introducing The New Samsung A6 And A6 Plus
  • Throwback To Events That Happened On May 3 In History

(www.guardian.ng)

 

ThisDay

  • Alagbon Injection Station on Fire
  • Melaye Arrives Lokoja for Arraignment
  • CBN Seals $2.5bn Currency Swap with China’s Central Bank
  • With Projected N585bn P/A Revenue, Nollywood’s Future is Bright, Says Odugbemi
  • Make Restructuring Precondition for Choice of Candidates, Anyaoku Tells Nigerians
  • Melaye Arraigned for Alleged Suicide Attempt, Granted Bail
  • Report Explains Effect of Nigeria’s Low Minimum Wage on Workers’ Output
  • FG Approves N99bn for Repair of Third Mainland Bridge, Others
  • How Plastic Litter Threaten Our Environment, Marine Animals
  • Cars for export from USA
  • The End? …Ireti and Patrick Doyle’s Marriage
  • UK Declares Oyakhilome’s Christ Embassy Church…
  • Affordable Education
  • Marital Tragedy! Obasanjo’s Son’s Marriage to…
  • With Projected N585bn P/A Revenue, Nollywood’s Future is Bright, Says Odugbemi
  • Make Restructuring Precondition for Choice of Candidates, Anyaoku Tells Nigerians
  • Melaye Arraigned for Alleged Suicide Attempt, Granted Bail
  • Report Explains Effect of Nigeria’s Low Minimum Wage on Workers’ Output
  • FG Approves N99bn for Repair of Third Mainland Bridge, Others
  • Jaiz Bank Unfolds Five-year Devt Plan
  • Nestle Nigeria Records Marginal Growth in First Quarter Profit After…
  • NCS Tasks FG on Economic Growth, Sustainability
  • Firm Secures Seed Financing to Boost Food Supply Chain in Africa

(www.thisdaylive.com)

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