Biafra Day: Newspaper Updates For May 30, 2017

Biafra Day: Newspaper Updates For May 30, 2017

In The Newspapers on May 30.

Here are the Stories that made headlines in Top Nigerian Newspapers today. We reviewed headlines from The Punch, Vanguard, The Sun, This Day, The Nation, Authority, Tribune, Daily Sun and Other national dailies…


  • Ajimobi: my successor ‘ll emerge next May
  • I facilitated settlement of $1.09b Malabu Oil dispute, says Adoke
  • Fuel: Black marketers take over Ekiti streets
  • What Buhari has changed in 24 months
  • CAN not part of sit-at-home, says Bishop
  • Fed Govt’s Social Investment Programmes not a favour, says Osinbajo
  • ‘Rivers has no reason celebrating Democracy Day’
  • June 12 now public holiday in Ondo
  • Amosun to inaugurate four flyovers
  • Envoy: Americans love buying Nigerian products
  • NBA seeks end to investigation of judges arrested by DSS
  • Osinbajo: economy our biggest challenge

In The Newspapers on May 30


  • Sit-at-home: Security agencies in show of force, MASSOB mobilise residents
  • LG poll: LP sues LASIEC over card reader
  • Fayose asks FG to increase corps members’ allowance
  • 34 aspirants jostling to succeed me, says Ajimobi
  • Non-APC govs taking credit for FG’s social investment programmes –Osinbajo
  • DSS hands over 82 Chibok girls to Women ministry today
  • Ex-Enugu gov, Nnamani, may have returned to PDP
  • Ayade employs 1,000 workers in garment factory
  • I won’t leave any project uncompleted, says Amosun
  • Nigeria has not fared better under APC — PDP Reps
  • NANS faults Democracy Day, celebrates corpers lost to election violence
  • Slow Justice system frustrating fight against corruption – Osinbajo


  • Bad Times Are Over, the Future is Bright, Says Osinbajo
  • OPEC Will Resist Sabotage by Shale Oil Producers, Says Kachikwu
  • Oyegun: APC Will Give Buhari Automatic Ticket in 2019
  • Lagos Generates More IGR than 30 States Combined
  • A Season of Killings in Niger
  • A midterm REPORT: Street lights, street views
  • Oil Marketers Groan as Matured LCs, Unpaid Subsidy Claims Hit $2Bn
  • No Alternative to Democracy, Say Saraki, Dogara, Tinubu, Others
  • NEMA Adopts Cash Transfer in Relief Response
  • Telcos Raise the Alarm over Threat to Telecoms Business, Broadband Plan
  • UI Shut over Students Protest
  • NBA Flays Continued Detention of Dasuki, El-Zakzaky
  • Two Dead, 14 Rescued in Lagos Building Collapse
  • Rice Smuggling: FG Threatens to Shut Borders with Neighbouring Countries


  • FG blows N600m on disbanded arms deal panel
  • Akpabio lauds FG on SIP
  • FG to designate specific courts to try corruption cases –Osinbajo
  • FG mulls border closure over rice smuggling
  • Sit-at-home: Tension, anxiety in South East, South South
  • FG mulls border closure over rice smuggling
  • DSS hands over 82 Chibok schoolgirls to ministry today
  • UI shut down over students’ protest
  • 2 feared dead as building collapses in Lagos
  • Wike extends olive branch to political opponents
  • Imo guber: No zoning, says Okorocha


  • Police warn Biafra groups, arrest IPOB members in Rivers State
  • Labour, rights activists urge Nigerians to deepen democracy
  • Bindo, Buhari group organise parallel celebration in Adamawa
  • UBA promotes continental renaissance, celebrates Africa Day
  • Nigeria pledges to assist Sierra Leone on its NYSC implementation
  • Court grants leave to compel government to publish 1999-2015 audited reports
  • Much of 2016 budget cleared inherited mess, says Osinbajo
  • Oil producing states shared N20.62b in February
  • NCC secures N221 million waiver for MTN in Kano
  • Bid to cut N418b HIV budget unsettles Nigeria, others
  • Iwobi, Ola Aina arrive in Paris as Eagles’ camp bubbles with 19 players


  • Abductors of Lagos school kidnap slash ransom as Parents, school management meet
  • My role in Malabu Oil deal, by Adoke
  • How bricklayer, 5-yr-old died in Lagos building collapse
  • Stolen, diverted public funds must be accounted for — Osinbajo
  • APC Councillorship primaries: NURTW leader killed, scores injured during imposition violence
  • Biafra: Anxiety over IPOB’s sit-at-home order today
  • State Viability Index; Lagos generates more IGR than 31 states combined


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