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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Punch

  • Nigerian father of three stabbed to death in Canada
  • Trump wants to re-engage with Moscow – Tillerson
  • Lessons in loyalty as North Korea celebrates children’s day
  • Men gang-rape mother, throw nine-month-old baby out of tricycle
  • PHOTOS: Angry villagers burn two to death in Imo
  • Diplomatic Row: Qatar 2022 World Cup hosting in doubt
  • Jobless Nigerians now 11.5 million as unemployment rate hits 14.2% -NBS
  • Flowers, tributes after Tiote’s sudden death
  • Nigeria’s debt rises by N7.1tn in two years
  • Divorce harms children’s health for decades – Study
  • Presidency slams NJC, vows to arraign reinstated judges
  • Tambuwal earmarks N751m for Ramadan feeding
  • 2017: Anambra monarch joins gov race
  • Abduction: Model college pupils resume, Lagos builds watchtowers
  • Musa, Echiejile, Omeruo missing as Eagles begin training
  • BREAKING: Buhari’s wife returns from London, says President recuperating
  • Aisha Buhari mourns Osotimehin
  • Doctor sues bank over fake currency
  • Hoodlums invade Lagos church, kill pastor
  • A’Ibom community to immortalise 90-year-old virgin
  • Ibadan murder: Lawyer denies killing husband
  • Rise and fall of Nigeria’s banking services
  • Lagos bans transport unionism at Shogunle, Oshodi
  • Buhari’s absence hasn’t created constitutional crisis, says Presidency
  • Stolen funds: Osinbajo, Sagay, Falana demand prosecution of complicit banks
  • Court orders ex-Speaker’s arrest
  • ‘My husband is an army’
  • How a white man influenced me to study Law – Dogara
  • We’re not part of APDA –Makarfi PDP
  • CBT centres gave bribes to JAMB officials – Registrar

(www.punchng.com)

 

The Sun

  • Top US diplomat resigns over Trump decision to ditch climate accord
  • Osotimehin: 100 countries condole with Nigeria
  • Adeleke: INEC fixes July 8 for Osun West Senatorial bye-election
  • Two years after, opposition parties in disarray
  • Recession: We’ve never had it this bad -Egoh
  • Northern governors have failed -Prof. Shown
  • FG to earn N73bn from fuel tax
  • SEC: 400 capital market professionals risk revocation of licences
  • AFCON 2019 qualifier: Uyo comes alive for Eagles
  • African football stars mourn Cheick Tiote
  • Alleged graft: Ekiti students protest against Fayemi’s injunction to stop probe
  • BREAKING: Aisha Buhari returns without husband
  • Ramadan: Church shares food to fasting Muslims in Kaduna
  • AFCON 2019 qualifier: Uyo comes alive for Eagles

(www.sunnewsonline.com)

 

The Guardian

  • Aisha Buhari returns after sick visit to husband
  • Toll in last week’s Kabul truck bomb now over 150
  • Trump wants to re-engage with Moscow, Tillerson says
  • Osinbajo canvasses sanctions against banks in Illicit funds transfer
  • 602,000 Nigerians migrated to Europe in 2016, says UN ex-envoy
  • Court rules today on Kalu’s objection in N3.2 billion suit
  • Protesters demand release of convict over Independence Day bombing
  • New Political Party – Nwayanwu, Dokpesi, Others Unveil APDA
  • Tributes Pour In For Former Health Minister Prof. Babatunde Osotimehin
  • May Says Trump ‘Wrong’ to Criticize London Mayor Khan
  • Almajiri Children’s Hazards – UNICEF Records 14 Million Out Of School Children
  • Philippine marines seize arms from IS group in Marawi
  • Young Brits decide how to vote in UK election, if at all
  • Tragic Tiote ‘suddenly fainted’, says club
  • Jordin is MVP as Lagos City Stars win CBL’s May Madness
  • Hazard ruled out for three months
  • Fans mob players during training in Uyo
  • Halep dismisses Suarez Navarro, Nishikori prevails over Verdasco
  • Ikeja Saddle Club counts blessings, unveils programme for Equestrian Games
  • Nigeria’s debts rise to over N19 trillion
  • Baxter afraid of Super Eagles
  • Leaked intel report shows Russian hackers probed US voting systems
  • Poverty peaks as income to transport ratio rises
  • Nigeria’s low ranking in global healthcare index
  • Give up make-up to guard against breast cancer
  • Ambode’s two years performance stirs controversy in Lagos
  • Only five aspirants fit to succeed me, says Ajimobi
  • APC and harvest of ‘big names’ in the Southeast
  • FG to consolidate backward integration policy for sugar production
  • The unfortunate statistic on agriculture and development
  • Igbo, the worst enemy to Igbo
  • Nigerian politician and the rest of us

(www.guardian.ng)

 

Vanguard

  • INEC to decide on political associations seeking registration Wednesday
  • Restructuring Nigeria: Time is running out —Ezeife
  • Crude oil price drops, threatens Naira, 2017 budget
  • Govt officials, bizmen stole N1.4trn under OBJ, Yar’Adua, Jonathan – Sagay
  • How Osotimehin, died in New York
  • ’55 top govt officials, businessmen stole N1.4 trn under OBJ, Yar’Adua, Jonathan’
  • CBN injects $190m, allows banks to sell excess dollar position
  • Diplomatic Row: Qatar World Cup Hosting Now In Doubt
  • List Of African Footballers Who Died From Cardiac Arrests
  • B. Joshua: Murder In The Church (Part 1)
  • 100 Countries Send Condolences Over Osotimehin
  • Amnesty Can’t Afford Training Of Ex-Militants Abroad Any Longer – Liaison Officer
  • At 90 I’m Still A Virgin, Have Groomed 50 Children – Akwa-Ibom Woman 9:
  • Residents Lynch Member Of Badoo Gang
  • $50m World Bank Facility: Bayelsa Targets 7000 Stopgap Jobs
  • 18,000 Jobs Under Threat In The Niger Delta – BGF
  • Recall Of Judges: NJC Trying To Shield Suspects From Trial – Presidency
  • FG Accused Of Insincerity With Modular Refineries For Niger Deltans
  • Court Rules On Kalu’s Application To Stop EFCC Witness Today
  • INEC To Decide On Political Associations Seeking Registration Wednesday
  • Nigeria: Destined For War?
  • Need For Caution On New Minimum Wage

(www.vanguardngr.com)

 

Tribune

  • PDP commiserates with Obanikoro over mother’s death
  • Dakingari denies defecting to APC
  • Textile union wants sustainable fund to boost industry
  • Ramadan: Church shares food to 500 fasting Muslims in Kaduna
  • India rejects US President’s allegation on Paris climate accord
  • The intercepted arms in Lagos
  • Lagos, development partners and the path of progress
  • On obsession with football
  • The unsung, kidnapped kids of Lagos
  • Moving from success to greater success
  • How leaders raise other leaders
  • Leaders and the discomfort of comfort
  • 12 Challenges That Will Change Your Life in 30 days
  • Elumelu’s company, Heirs Holdings, appoints Group CEO
  • Digital optimisation, invaluable technique for any business —Brand Genie consultant, Maria Tofowomo
  • Osotimehin, a complete gentle man, hardworking and courageous —Health Minister
  • Enforce tobacco laws on production, marketing, consumption, NGO tells FG
  • LG commits N3m on drugs ―Chairman
  • UNFPA ED, Prof Babatunde Osotimehin, dies at 68
  • Forex reserves dip by $534.996m in a month
  • Interbank rates to moderate on improved financial system liquidity
  • Heritage Bank partners group, Oyo State on afforestation
  • Why Nigeria’s image rating still remain low —Expert
  • Spectranet bags double awards
  • Skysat Tech, Brother International unveil new offerings

(www.tribuneonlineng.com)

 

 

 

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