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Latest news this afternoon (Monday, July 1, 2019)

The Nation

  • PDP blasts Obaseki over silence on RUGA settlement
  • COZA: Alibaba slams pastors for keeping silent over rape allegations
  • BREAKING: Alleged fraud: Court orders arrest of Pinnick, other NFF officials 
  • I did my best to address security challenges in Zamfara, says Yari 
  • BREAKING: Patience Jonathan forfeits $8.4 million, N9.2 billion to Fed Govt
  • BBNaija: Nigerians express shock over choice of housemates 
  • COZA: Buhari’s aide urges police to investigate Biodun Fatoyinbo 
  • Just In: Ganduje appoints 26 Heads of Government agencies 
  • Breaking: PDP shuns INEC parley with political parties 
  • No non-indigene in Kano, Emir Sanusi declares 
  • Breaking: Biodun Fatoyinbo steps down as COZA pastor 
  • Cabal: pro-Buhari group backs Abba Kyari
  • Court orders Kogi, others to release judiciary workers’ pay arrears 
  • Five die in Bauchi-Jos road crash 
  • Two kids drown in Benue community 
  • ‘Sanwo-Olu should instill sanity on roads, hospitals’
  • Ex-Edo Speaker attacks Oshiomhole 
  • Eight injured in Anambra accident 
  • UBEC funds: Ahmed criminally neglected schools, says AbdulRazaq 
  • Grazing reserve expanded for cattle in Niger  
  • Bandits beg Masari for amnesty in Katsina
  • Fire guts TCN station in Benin City 
  • Fuel subsidy, debts bleeding treasury, says NECA
  • Don’t misquote Buratai, monarch urges Nigerians 
  • ‘Fake doctor’ arrested for ‘killing’ patient during surgery
  • My commissioners’ list ’ll be ready in 10 days, says Makinde 
  • Fashola: we must combat organised crime 
  • 10 cult suspects held  
  • ‘Frosty Executive/Legislature relationship won’t happen under Gbajabiamila’ 
  • Principal offices: Cracks in APC caucus over zoning 
  • Two dead, 12 others missing in boat accident 
  • Party dismisses media reports on appointments 
  • Falana to court: compel Fed Govt to recover $40b, N481b 
  • Kidnapped NURTW driver freed

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • JUST IN: Court orders arrest of NFF President, Pinnick in alleged $8.4m fraud
  • COZA: Comedian, Alibaba slams pastors for keeping silent over rape allegations
  • Boko Haram: Return home, Senator Ali Ndume urges IDPs
  • Ganduje appoints heads of govt agencies, departments
  • BREAKING: Gunmen invade station in Bayelsa community, kill DPO, pregnant policewoman, others
  • Messi, Aguero will have to sweat against Brazil, says Jesus
  • I’ll always speak truth to power, says new TUC president 
  • Driver in court over reckless driving, manslaughter in Ogun
  • JUST IN: Court orders forfeiture of Patience Jonathan’s N9.2bn, $8.4m
  • La Liga president Tebas fears Neymar return would damage image of the league
  • 19-year-old suspected cultist arrested in Bariga
  • Godin signs for Inter Milan, Juventus snap up Pellegrini
  • Tennis: Djokovic, Osaka share centre stage on Wimbledon opening day
  • Election tribunal: Atiku, PDP propose 400 witnesses
  • 2019 BBNaija: Nigerians express shock over choice of housemates
  • Benue church members apprehend suspected robber during service
  • Pastor, two others nabbed for alleged rape, defilement in Delta
  • Men celebrate ‘Indian Hemp Day’, attack mosque in Osun
  • Wanted cultist, six others arrested for killing, terrorising Lagos residents
  • Family friend allegedly rapes 16-year-old girl in Ogun
  • Police arrest Delta chief, one other for teenager’s murder
  • Zamfara killings: God has vindicated me, says ex-Gov Yari
  • Gbajabiamila reaches out to aggrieved Reps
  • Kaduna PDP alleges plan to tamper with election materials
  • Bayelsa condemns disruption of INC poll
  • Reps committee says lawmakers can resume on Tuesday
  • Ogun Speaker asks governors to expect revolution from state lawmakers
  • Power grid suffers total collapse, TCN may expel Discos
  • Pensions: Katsina, Imo, 19 others not remitting deductions from workers’ pay
  • Commercial operations begin on Lagos-Ibadan railway in September –NRC
  • Stock market slumps by N479bn in June
  • NPA sets up committee on Apapa gridlock
  • PenCom assures retirees of prompt pension payment

(www.punchng.com)

The Guardian

  • Biodun Fatoyinbo takes ‘leave of absence’ from COZA
  • Why we back plan to settle Fulani herders, by governement, ACF
  • How Benin’s import policy threatens Nigeria’s economy
  • Nigerians count losses as SIM swap fraudsters empty bank accounts
  • Suspected militia kills 12 in Benue community
  • Court orders final forfeiture of Patience Jonathan’s N9.2bn, $8.4m
  • Osun monarch cautions Nigerians over uncomplemetary remarks on Buratai
  • Sen. Ndume weeps as he urges IDPs to return home
  • Sri Lanka president rebuffs UN chief over hangings
  • Taiwan leader plans US stopover on diplomatic tour
  • Three bodies found after Sudan protests turn deadly
  • Ashley did not share Benitez’s vision for Newcastle
  • Mikel Obi joins Turkish club
  • Welcome to the Championships, Wimbledon
  • ‘Minnows’ Madagascar expose Super Eagles’ frailties in Alexandria
  • We’ve resolved to play for our nation, Musa declares
  • Quadre’s stars continue to shine as she wins CBN Senior Tennis Championship
  • APC chieftain advises Buhari to appoint competent ministers
  • Okei-Odumakin seeks 35 per cent women representation in Buhari’s cabinet
  • More knocks for Kogi traditional rulers’ visit to Buhari
  • Justin Bieber Apologises For Mocking Taylor Swift
  • COZA: Alibaba Slams Prominent Pastors For Keeping Silent About Rape Allegations
  • What Is Skin Fasting? It’s Time to Give Your Skin A Break
  • NCRIB warns members on business deals with weak insurers
  • Charting course of labour with development financing

(www.guardian.ng)

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