May 15: NEWSPAPER Headlines For Today

May 15: NEWSPAPER Headlines For Today

Today’s Newspaper Headlines.

Read the stories that made headlines in THE PUNCH, DAILY SUN, VANGUARD, TELEGRAPH, AUTHORITY, THE  NATION, THISDAY, GUARDIAN, DAILY TRUST and other top Nigerian Dailies…


  • Freed girls to meet parents Friday, suspected girl bomber recounts ordeal
  • Ebola: FG steps up passenger screening at airports
  • Don’t lose hope in Nigeria, Adeboye urges Christians
  • Anenih’s son slumps, dies while playing lawn tennis
  • I’m the leader of Yoruba monarchs, says Olugbo
  • Protesters accuse Lagos task force of illegal arrests
  • Deposed Iyaloja drags Olubadan, others to court
  • Loan: Kebbi rice farmers face prosecution
  • Nigeria needs quality leaders — CAN President
  • Norwegian court rules in illegal vessels sale to Tompolo Tuesday
  • 2019: El-Rufai disowns CoS
  • Nasarawa Assembly plans law to legalise family planning
  • S’East governors afraid of Biafra, says Kanu


  • 11 Persons Killed by Boko Haram in Maiduguri
  • I’ve Achieved My Dream by Building American University, Says Atiku
  • FG’s Obligations to Road Contracts Valued at N2.6tn
  • Nnamdi Kanu: South-east Politicians Lobbying Me for Support
  • Owners of Daily Times Disowns DTN 91 Heroes Award, Say Ceremony…
  • CSO: Allocating 24.73% of Budget to Debt Service is Indicative of Unsustainable Debt Profile
  • Army Deploys More Soldiers in Warri after Navy Killed Two Youths
  • Ambode Unfolds Measures to Prevent Death at Construction Sites
  • Ikoyi Billions: Frank Warns Against Cover up
  • Group Wants FG to Fight Corruption in Universities
  • FCTA: Vandals to Serve Jail Term in States of Origin
  • Threat by Released B’Haram Suspect Puts Prisoner Swap Deals in Jeopardy
  • DR Congo Ebola Outbreak: FG Launches Preventive Actions
  • FG Directs Oil Companies to Renew OMLs
  • House: N’Assembly N125bn Budget a Shortfall
  • Kano Anti-Corruption Commission Suspends Own Probe of Emir over Assembly Intervention
  • Amidst Registration Challenges, 57,000 Candidates Commence Week-long UTME Exams Nationwide


  • Power sector employees, customers collude to steal energy
    Arik, Aero may merge as national carrier
  • Fresh concerns over rising cases of drug-resistant TB, Ebola outbreak in Congo DR
  • Stakeholders worried about N1.8tr debt service in 2017
  • Fresh $11 million funding underway for participatory slums upgrading scheme
  • Don tasks architects on home designs for blighted urban areas
  • Senate probes alleged fraud in $62.909 billion capital flight
  • Senate probes alleged fraud in $62.909 billion capital flight
  • Traders in Calabar decry refuse heaps in market
  • Aides silent as Buhari recuperates in London
  • Suspected herdsmen attack Niger community, kill 21
  • Court orders police to pay N11.2million as judgement debt to Peace Corps


  • Senate tackles banks over oil firms’ $63b capital flight
  • How Boko Haram ‘charms teenage suicide bombers’
  • UTME: JAMB arrests cyber cafe operators for selling information to candidates for N10,000
  • Macron promises new order in France
  • Iyaloja sues Olubadan, others for title stripping
  • Mother of AK47-bearing Chibok schoolgirl: I won’t watch video
  • Envoy backs ‘standard learning environment’
  • Chinese journalists: Nigeria safe, peaceful
  • It’s abominable to wish Buhari dead, says Alaafin
  • ‘4.7m Nigerians under threat of Type 2 diabetes’
  • Task force shuts medicine stores
  • Lagos tackles infrastructural challenges in 35 rural communities
  • New forex window triggers market confidence


  • Buhari’s top aide in trouble over attempt to usurp Osinbajo’s powers
  • Boko haram: UNIMAID security man died few days to wedding
  • Recession: Directors pay package drops 13%
  • 2020: Lagos eyes Africa’s third largest economy
  • Lack of accountability, Nigeria’s major problem — Amosun
  • Man City to dump Iheanacho
  • Navy foils plan by trans-boarder gang to export N40 million drugs through water
  • Thieves/politicians looting our money will be tied down by chains, Melaye told
  • Oil majors, banks face probe over $62b capital flight
  • Buhari’s death rumour: Nothing unpleasant has happened to the President – Shehu
  • Banks never shied away from supporting govt’s economic plans – MD, FirstBank
  • Anyone with a case of corruption against my govt should blow whistle – Ortom


  • Gunmen kill 21, injure 15 in midnight attack in Niger
  • Pope appoints Nigerian archbishop papal nuncio to Ireland
  • Culture, leadership and higher education in Nigeria
  • ‘How Boko Haram groomed me to kill’
  • Adeboye urges Nigerians not to lose faith in God
  • Ex-PDP BoT chair, Tony Anenih’s son, Eugene, dies
  • Unpaid debt: Court orders Senator Uba to pay N50m
  • Buhari’s ill-health, power play stall APC convention
  • Banks face Senate probe
  • Anambra: Obiano running state through Institutions.

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