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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, May 10, 2017

The Sun

  • Agip to build 15,000 capacity refinery in Port Harcourt
  • Release of Chibok schoolgirls is heart-warming – US
  • Buhari’s agenda tallies with ours – US
  • Medical vacation: Controversy over Buhari’s letter to NASS
  • Senate gets harmonised 2017 budget
  • Biafra: IPOB insists on sit-at-home order on May 30
  • Shot Ughelli police area commander dies
  • Tension in N’Delta over revocation of oil blocks allocated to indigenes
  • Ikoyigate: NSA, NIA, EFCC, CBN shun reps probe
  • Pro Saraki, Dogara protesters storm National Assembly
  • Turkish president, Erdogan sparks fresh row with Israel
  • Security beefed up in Yenagoa as attacks on Igbo enters second day
  • US provides additional $500m humanitarian assistance to Nigeria, 3 other countries- envoy
  • Obasanjo, Adesina to speak at Afreximbank AGM
  • New South Korea president vows to address North Korea, broader tensions ‘urgently’
  • Trump sacks FBI boss Comeyg
  • Apple Inc. crosses $800b market value
  • Rivers rerun: Wike floors police
  • PDP has not adopted any party -BoT chair
  • Whistle-blowing lands man in trouble

 

Punch

  • Apple crosses $800b market value
  • Police rescue three, arrest kidnappers in Imo forest
  • Turkey, Israel clash over Jerusalem
  • How we found $9.8m, £74,000 in ex-NNPC boss’ house – Witness
  • Subsidy probe: Video shows Otedola handing over ‘parcels’ to Lawan
  • Trump mocks Democrats over FBI’s Comey
  • Ex-prisoner becomes chief of staff to South Korea’s Moon
  • Release of Chibok schoolgirls is heart-warming – US
  • Man stabs FUT Minna postgraduate lover to death
  • ‘No evidence’ of Hulk wrongdoing in punch row
  • World’s heaviest man undergoes surgery in Mexico
  • Osinbajo to decide SGF’s fate, says Sani
  • Girls refusing rescue should be forced out –Chibok leaders
  • Mercy Aigbe’s husband remanded in Kirikiri Prison
  • We’ll rely on third party information on Buhari’s health – Spokesman
  • Agip to build 150,000bpd refinery in N’Delta
  • SARS officers rob UNILAG student of school fees
  • South Korea’s Moon to seek change with North
  • One killed as Customs, smugglers clash in Ogun
  • Senate considers Buhari’s leave letter, President calls Osinbajo coordinator
  • N’Assembly jacks up budget by N143bn, passes estimates Thursday
  • US Democrats slam ‘outrageous’ Trump sacking of FBI chief
  • Police nab cattle rustlers, recover ammunition in Niger
  • PenCom releases N54bn to FG retirees
  • Police arrest 10 hoodlums for disrupting Dogara’s event
  • C’ River commissioner regains freedom after N10m ransom
  • Land Cruiser is world fastest SUV at 370km/h
  • Man arraigned for stealing N196,000
  • Is FG’s fresh attempt to set up national carrier right?

 

Vanguard

  • Uproar, as Buhari tags VP ‘co-ordinator’ in letter to NASS
  • Gentry, Mercy Aigbe’s husband, remanded in prison custody until…
  • Controversy trails Reps’ amendment of NLNG Act
  • Shell not relocating operational base from P-Harcourt —Senate
  • Alleged N190m fraud: Court discharges ex-HoS, Oronsaye
  • Govs, deputies to earn pension for life in Enugu
  • External reserve drops by $50m as .as Naira rises to N383/$
  • NASS increases 2017 budget by N143bn AFTER a long wait, the National
  • 9 Out Of 10 NCE Holders Cannot Deliver Quality Teaching In Classroom – Principal
  • Transfer Saga: Odey Apologises To MFM, Focuses On Super Eagles Assignment
  • That Shell’s Claim Of Social Corporate Responsibility
  • Borno Senator Commends FG On Chibok Schoolgirls Swap Deal
  • Man In Police Net For Stealing Parcels Of Vanguard Newspapers
  • Onuesoke Profers Solution To Igbo Agitation
  • Death Of 3 Queens College Students: Reps Indict Education Ministry
  • NUPENG Calls For Dialogue To Resolve Capital Oil Impasse
  • Rohr To Name Different Squad For South Africa
  • Bauchi Govt Denies Me Access To Traditional Rulers – Dogara
  • CBN To Revoke Licences Of MFBs, Others For Non- Compliance
  • Biafra Anniversary: IPOB Orders Sit-At-Home
  • Labour Rejects 25 % Terminal Benefits To Defunct DSC Staff
  • Lagos to criminalize power theft, vandalisation

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