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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, May 9, 2017

The Sun

  • Enahoro’s first son, Ken, dies at 63
  • Commission of Inquiry: Appeal Court okays Amaechi’s probe
  • Chibok girls: FG, PDP clash over swap deal
  • Zimbabwe’s Mugabe off to Singapore for medical checks
  • ‘FG broke, can’t pay salary arrears’
  • Imo okays whistle-blower policy over crimes
  • CAN gives FG ultimatum to stop herdsmen killings in Benue, Kaduna, Plateau
  • Femi Kuti breaks world saxophone record
  • Ambode orders VIO off Lagos streets
  • Blasphemy: Governor bags 2 year jail term
  • Fashioner designer shot dead at birthday party in Lagos
  • Australia swears in first black African senator
  • Fashola slams DisCos, says, ‘You were not forced to buy power assets’
  • Italy: 37,000 Nigerians migrated in 2016 -Boldrini
  • We can’t afford to miss Mikel against Cameroon –Rohr
  • Internet users rise to 90m in March –NCC
  • Southampton, Crystal Palace join chase for Onyekuru
  • AFCON 2019 qualifier: Rohr drops Moses



  • 20-year-old Nigerian shines in US varsity
  • Senate backs down, opens chamber to accredited cameramen
  • FG buildings have become criminal hideouts – LASG
  • EKSU student missing after resumption in hostel
  • Police raid business centre, arrest voter cards printer
  • Sagay seeks harsh punishment for corrupt SANs, others
  • Herdsmen’s menace could lead to war, CAN warns FG
  • Seized $15.5m: Patience Jonathan’s suit suffers setback
  • Unilag alumni to showcase Sofoluwe’s love letters
  • Stop politicising Buhari’s health status, PFN tells Nigerians
  • Police ‘arrest’ Messi Iranian lookalike
  • How grammar treats the rich and the poor
  • Nigeria must take a decision on the Igbo
  • Chibok girls: Anglican Church, Bello hail Buhari, Fayose disagrees
  • Osinbajo congratulates French President-elect
  • Auto dealer arrested in Ogun for alleged murder
  • Pregnant woman collapses during teachers’ recruitment
  • Appeal court dismisses Amaechi’s case against Wike
  • Woman convicted for killing husband over Baba Ijebu
  • Pinnick takes over Hayatou role
  • On the eve of Obasanjo’s first coming
  • Court jails 90-year-old for stealing N150,000
  • Some abducted Chibok girls refused to be ‘freed’ –Negotiator
  • I won’t give up on Biafran agitation, says Nnamdi Kanu
  • Ambode bans VIOs from Lagos roads
  • Death toll in Fulani herdsmen, Tiv clash hits 15
  • Jubilation as Ogunbodede is named new OAU VC
  • ‘Investments in Lekki trade zone hits $4bn’
  • Rohr invites Aina, Odey, drops Onazi
  • England list Lookman, Ojo for World Cup



  • 3 dead, scores injured in Kaduna clashes
  • Again 15 die, scores injured, others missing as herdsmen invade Benue communities
  • Global conventional oil discoveries drop to record low in 2016 – Report
  • TCN gets $1.5bn to finance power transmission projects
  • FG in talks with B-Haram to end suicide bombings
  • I desire Biafra, I want Biafra, I want nothing else other than Biafra – Nnamdi Kanu
  • Osinbajo to sign 2017 budget into law, inaugurate new ministers – Presidency
  • Calabar viewing centre tragedy: Hosf wants PhedC sanctioned
  • Prominent Personalities In South East Leaving PDP Out Of Selfishness- Theodore Orji
  • Poor Network: NCC To Sanction Erring Service Providers
  • Removing Buhari Through 2/3rd Majority By FEC Will Be The 8th Wonder Of The World – Ozekhome
  • ICC Prosecutor Mulls Inquiry On Crimes Against Migrants In Libya
  • Australia Swears In First Black African Senator
  • ISIS Beheads Russian Officer In Syria
  • Indonesian Court Sentences Ex Governor To 2 Years In Prison For Blasphemy
  • Zimbabwe’s Mugabe Leaves For Medical Checks In Singapore
  • Kastina Set For President Buhari National Peace Cup
  • Delta CIPM Urges Accountability In Public Sector
  • Compensate Football Viewing Centre Victims’ Families
  • 8 Persons Feared Dead As Suspected Herdsmen Attack 2 Benue Villages
  • Family Planning: Uganda’s Success, Lesson For Nigeria
  • We Must Eradicate Poverty Urgently — Deputy UN Scribe
  • Niger Records 472 Road Traffic Crashes, 220 Deaths In 2016 — FRSC
  • 4 Slump During Teachers’ Recruitment In A-Ibom
  • The mendacities of the Apostles of Corpsocracy and The “Return” Of The Chibok Girls

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