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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, July 04, 2017


  • Badoo boys move to Ogun as Police screen 38 more
  • I resigned to pave way for investigation – Kano Assembly Speaker
  • Evans: We’re not under pressure – Police
  • Eulogies pour in as Maitama Sule’s burial holds today
  • Naira rises to N359/$ in Investors/Exporters window
  • INEC begins Dino’s recall Process July 10
  • No deadline to actualize Biafra — Kanu
  • Igbo Unjustly Imprisoned In Foreign Countries – Okorocha
  • Beaten Pacquiao To ‘Think Hard’ About Retiring
  • Philippine Supreme Court Upholds Duterte’s Martial Law Declaration
  • Blind Man Granted Automatic Teaching Appointment By Borno Gov Cries For Help
  • Woman Narrates How 2 Siblings Raped, Defrauded Her
  • After The Reggae Play The Blues: A Message To Nigeria Youths
  • How 2 Siblings Raped, Defrauded Me – UniLag Graduate
  • Maitama Sule Was A Lesson In Unity And Integrity- Gov Yahaya Bello
  • Olubadan Cautions As Egungun Festival Begins
  • Security Scare As Okada Re-Emerge In Calabar
  • Ondo Bricklayer, Apprentice Die In 40-Foot Well Over Bucket
  • Aremu’s View On IBB Personal To Him — Oshiomhole
  • Police Arrest 27-Yr-Old Man For Raping 6-Yr-Old Girl
  • Deveployment Of Armed Forces To Over 28 States Worrisome —Dogara
  • FG Targets $1bn From Voluntary Income Declaration
  • Avoid The Mistakes Of Our Generation, Duke Urges Youths
  • Rohr storms Germany for Leon Balogun
  • Nigeria vs Cameroon: NFF, FIFA yet to agree on new date
  • Don’t force Enyeama out from retirement, Lawal warns Rohr
  • Kano Ex-Speaker bribery allegation embarrassing – Aliko Dangote
  • Anambra poll: Social media, radio campaigns take centre stage
  • Anambra must make bold decision — Chidioka
  • Church must provide moral compass for society — Nwoye




  • Blind graduate yet to receive salary five months after automatic employment by Borno gov
  • BREAKING: Three feared killed as Badoo strike at Owode-Ajegunle in Lagos
  • Nigerian jailed three years for defrauding American of $3650
  • North Korea fires intercontinental ballistic missile
  • $20m fraud: Court orders Patience Jonathan to pay EFCC N50,000
  • Kidnappers getting victims through social media – Don
  • INEC releases timetable for Melaye’s recall
  • Secession: ‘Igbo’ll be greater losers’
  • Suspected cult members attack Lagos BRT driver
  • Pupils on holiday from Cotonou disappear in Lagos
  • EFCC charges military officers, bankers with N339m pension fraud
  • Older men lower chances of IVF success – Study
  • Amaechi is my god – Uchendu
  • Gunmen rob policemen, kill one in Delta
  • 2019: Ex-PDP ministers scout for presidential candidate
  • Michael Okpara varsity sacks 400 workers
  • Nigeria now in state of emergency, says Dogara
  • Buhari’s aide petitions IG over nephew’s murder
  • Sambo’s house raid: PDP, APC exchange words on anti-graft war
  • APC chief escapes assassination near Jonathan’s home
  • Ahiara: Rejection of Pope’s appointee insulting, says priest
  • FG owes IOCs $1bn in JV cash call
  • Operational costs, poor infrastructure hindering e-commerce business – Jumia
  • I was shocked I wasn’t named best-graduating student —Babcock student with highest CGPA
  • Badoo: Lagos comedian lynched as residents, landlords buy more weapons
  • Justice Ngwuta lied to get two diplomatic passports –NIS officer
  • Lagos: Abducted school kids’ 40 days in captivity
  • Nigeria rated Africa’s 19th most attractive investment destination
  • We want access to forex, telecom firms tell CBN
  • Kano Speaker resigns, Atta takes over
  • Pupils on holiday from Cotonou disappear in Lagos
  • Buhari’s aide petitions IG over nephew’s murder
  • Badoo: Lagos comedian lynched as residents, landlords buy more weapons
  • Court remands six for killing bank agent
  • Navy destroys 500 illegal refineries
  • Teenage girl live-streams best friend’s rape onto the internet



The Guardian

  • Outrage as Ikorodu vigilance groups lynch comedian
  • PDP ex-ministers challenge Buhari to re-contest in 2019
  • Kano bribery allegation embarrassing, says Dangote
  • Trump urges China to get ‘heavy’ with North Korea
  • Over 100,000 migrants cross Mediterranean to Europe since January
  • Supreme Court backs martial law in southern Philippines
  • North Korea’s veteran newsreader returns to declare ICBM launch
  • China defends North Korea efforts, after Trump outburst
  • Bangladesh factory blast death toll rises to 10
  • Support Nigeria to confront child-soldiers in conflict areas, Osinbajo tells AU
  • Minella plays Wimbledon while 4.5 months pregnant
  • Brazilian midfielder Gustavo joins Marseille
  • Lack of suitable Nigerian venue driving Joshua to Las Vegas
  • ‘Football structure key to Germany’s success at Confederations Cup’
  • Sanchez misses out of Confederations Cup best 11
  • Aruna Quadri beats Omar Assar to qualify for ITTF World Cup
  • Ethnic agitations: Matters arising
  • Can daily Aspirin intake keep pregnancy complication away?
  • ‘Symptoms of revolts loom large in Nigeria’
  • Towards a better political system for Nigeria
  • Dino Melaye: INEC releases timetable for recall
  • Bajaj auto launches mini-cargo, ambulance trucks in Nigeria
  • SON aligns objectives with AU’s trade barriers’ reduction, CFTA
  • Power sector needs N1.260tr to maintain 4,000MW in 2017



The Sun

  • UAE awaits Qatar’s response to Arab demands
  • Cleric worried over growing hardship in Nigeria
  • Buhari condoles with Maitama Sule family
  • Osun by-election: We’re ready –INEC
  • Hembe: Exit of controver sial lawmaker
  • Reps and its investigation into N351bn health insurance payment
  • Nigeria targets $10bn from yam export in 4 years –Ogbeh
  • ‘NLNG Act amendment is taxation through back door’
  • FG to deploy technology in chasing tax evaders, says Minister
  • Pacquiao’s trainer urges him to quit boxing after shock loss
  • Aruna Quadri Wins ITTF Africa Cup
  • Ahead Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier: Rohr combs Europe for Eagles
  • Hanoi bans motorbikes in city centre from 2030
  • Israeli surveillance drone crashes over Gaza
  • 8, 000’violent’ protesters expected at G20 summit
  • BREAKING: Etisalat Board dissolved over loan fraud
  • BREAKING: Three killed as Badoo Boys strike in Lagos





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