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Here are the major headlines for Monday, June 24, 2019

Punch

  • BREAKING: Tribunal dismisses Atiku, PDP’s request to have access to INEC’s server
  • Buhari wins bid to amend his reply to Atiku, PDP’s petition
  • Court issues bench warrant for arrest of Innosson CEO
  • Taraba: Our deserted homes taken over by herders, says Kona women
  • Storm: Six children killed as school wall collapses
  • BREAKING: Emefiele unveils agenda for economy, to recapitalise banks
  • Army’ll fish out the bad eggs, says Buratai
  • Refusal of Indian firm, Tata, to pay ex-employee’s benefits shameful- Court
  • FG to meet Diaspora Nigerians over attack on mission in UK
  • We were unlucky against Nigeria – Burundi coach
  • Electoral reform: Why FG must prioritise cyber crime, others
  • Eagles to get $95,000 each for AFCON win
  • NPA cancels $2.6bn Badagry deep seaport contract
  • Remember you were Africans before you became anything else, Burna Boy’s mum gives epic speech at BET Awards
  • PDP, CUPP fault Buhari, Lawan, Gbajabiamila’s combination
  • Anxiety as youths discover decomposing corpses in Rivers community
  • Businessman, captain, marine engineers lament nine months’ detention by Nigerian Navy
  • Rivers police rescue four abducted corps members, kill kidnapper
  • Banditry: Troops arrest kingpin, 20 others in Katsina
  • Man allegedly rapes 11-year-old niece in Bauchi
  • Police arrest two ATM robbery suspects in Ogun
  • RRS nabs three suspected Uber robbers
  • Two rescued as building collapses in Lagos
  • ICPC nabs six for impersonating Anglican Church Primate
  • PDP, CUPP fault Buhari, Lawan, Gbajabiamila’s combination
  • Arraign erring godfathers – Falana
  • Oyegun blames Oshiomhole for crisis in Edo Assembly
  • Senate President’s aide on New Media resigns
  • Secondus backs NBA on alleged intimidation of judges
  • BMO faults UNCTAD’s report on FDIs, hails CBN

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Man strangled by pet python while giving it a bath 
  • Falcons’ remaining in hotel after World Cup elimination embarrassing – Ekpo 
  • Mavin’s new signee Rema, sets Apple Music record  11
  • Breaking: Court issues bench warrant for arrest of Innosson CEO 
  • BET Awards: Burna Boy’s mother shines with moving acceptance speech
  • 6-year-old model, photographer stun fans in viral pictures 
  • Troops neutralise three terrorists, rescue 95 hostages in Borno
  • U.S. expected to impose fresh sanctions on Iran 
  • Clearance operations: Troops rescue 42 women, 51 children, 2 men
  • BET: Burna Boy wins ‘Best International Act’ 
  • I’m satisfied with Akpeyi, says Rohr 
  • Egypt 2019: Iheanacho could replace ‘sick’ Samuel Kalu
  • Trump dismisses UN request to investigate Khashoggi’s murder 
  • Falcons demand $300,000 participation fees up front 
  • Kogi gov poll: Bello, Kogi APC stakeholders meet for truce 
  • Man electrocuted in Anambra 
  • FG warns against attacks on Nigerians in diaspora 
  • Wife stabs husband in Kano
  • Kogi APC faction’s secretary debunks Yahaya Bello’s endorsement 
  • Winner to get N60m in next BBNaija show
  • 20 bandits, kidnappers arrested in Katsina 
  • I will be back soon, Shehu declares
  • Troops thwart ambush by terrorists in Borno
  • Buhari commiserates with Zamfara over banditry 
  • Two men jailed five years in Ekiti for attempted kidnap 
  • Police arrest nine ‘one chance’ suspects, others in FCT
  • Prison boss to workers: no money was given to pay promotion arrears
  • More housing delivery for Ogun residents
  • ‘Jealous’ woman stabs husband over suspicious affair 
  • Witness presents documents confirming Akpabio’s victory 
  • Inching towards order on Apapa Ports roads 
  • PPP key part of economic plan, says Osinbajo 
  • Investigation begins into pipeline explosion 
  • Stop chasing mundane issues, Ajimobi urges Makinde 
  • Wike: govt will continue to partner the Church
  • We’ll not let Nigerians down, says Speaker 
  • Mpigi heads Ogoni reconciliation committee 
  • Oyegun: Obaseki is distracted by party 
  • Mother, daughter die in Delta fire
  • Lawmakers-elect face recall 
  • Abiodun, Ooni, Alafin for book presentation
  • Lagos Speaker urges Edo, Bauchi governors to resolve crisis in legislature 
  • Academy elects Yemi Ogunbiyi, Segun Adeniyi, seven profs fellows 
  • Edo Assembly crisis deepens 

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

The Guardian

  • Lawyers split on suit against Code of Conduct Bureau
  • Afreximbank nets $276m, offers shareholders $69m as dividend
  • Stakeholders push for fresh Lagos Island regeneration project
  • Likely hurdles before takeoff of state police
  • Rohr promises better Eagles’ performance against Guinea
  • Nigeria’s economy remains fragile, Emefiele says
  • NIWA appeals to maritime operators over unpaid dues
  • UK’s Hunt urges leadership rival Johnson not to be ‘coward’
  • Pompeo meets Saudi king on Iran crisis
  • US President Trump to visit Seoul after letters with Kim
  • 11 Chadian soldiers killed in Boko Haram attack
  • Chile face Sanchez dilemma ahead of Uruguay Group C decider
  • ‘Cry at beginning, smile at end’: Marta makes emotional Brazil plea
  • We will get better as competition progresses, says Ndidi
  • Doctor, Rohr to monitor Abdullahi’s progress before Guinea clash
  • Berahino sure Burundi will scale group stage
  • Super Falcons…nothing has changed
  • Oshiomhole, Odigie-Oyegun disagree over Edo Assembly crisis
  • PDP, Gbadamosi task Sanwo-Olu on cabinet
  • Two-in-one speakers for Bauchi State Assembly
  • Hollywood Walk Of Fame Announces Its 2020 Star Honorees
  • Burna Boy Reacts To Mother’s Iconic Speech At The 2019 BET Awards
  • The Complete List Of Winners At The 2019 BET Awards
  • Expand tax net, not VAT, to increase IGR, NECA tells governments
  • Insurer sponsors training for entrepreneurs
  • Regency Alliance gets approval to shore up capital
  • Obaseki and Edo paradigm shift
  • Re: First Lady and N500b social investment assessment
  • Rohr promises better Eagles’ performance against Guinea
  • Lawyers split on suit against Code of Conduct Bureau
  • Afreximbank nets $276m, offers shareholders $69m as dividend
  • Stakeholders push for fresh Lagos Island regeneration project
  • Likely hurdles before takeoff of state police
  • Nigeria’s economy remains fragile, Emefiele says
  • NIWA appeals to maritime operators over unpaid dues
  • UK’s Hunt urges leadership rival Johnson not to be ‘coward’
  • Pompeo meets Saudi king on Iran crisis
  • US President Trump to visit Seoul after letters with Kim
  • 11 Chadian soldiers killed in Boko Haram attack
  • 2,084 Nigerians entered Europe illegally in 48 months — EU
  • More than 150 people killed in apparent inter-ethnic revenge attack
  • In the jungle with the ELN, the last Colombian guerrilla
  • Crowdsourcing power to the poor in Nigeria
  • Chile face Sanchez dilemma ahead of Uruguay Group C decider
  • ‘Cry at beginning, smile at end’: Marta makes emotional Brazil plea
  • We will get better as competition progresses, says Ndidi
  • Doctor, Rohr to monitor Abdullahi’s progress before Guinea clash
  • Berahino sure Burundi will scale group stage
  • Super Falcons…nothing has changed
  • Power sector excuses and bleeding economy
  • Waiting for national air carrier
  • Oshiomhole, Odigie-Oyegun disagree over Edo Assembly crisis
  • PDP, Gbadamosi task Sanwo-Olu on cabinet
  • Two-in-one speakers for Bauchi State Assembly
  • Hollywood Walk Of Fame Announces Its 2020 Star Honorees
  • Burna Boy Reacts To Mother’s Iconic Speech At The 2019 BET Awards
  • The Complete List Of Winners At The 2019 BET Awards
  • Expand tax net, not VAT, to increase IGR, NECA tells governments
  • Insurer sponsors training for entrepreneurs
  • Regency Alliance gets approval to shore up capital
  • Obaseki and Edo paradigm shift
  • Re: First Lady and N500b social investment assessment
  • Experts charge Nigerians on cleaner cooking alternative
  • Residents seek inquiry on Lagos estates’ master plan abuse
  • ‘Plant, machinery valuation will enhance government revenue’

(www.guardian.ng)

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