May 19: Newspaper Headlines For Today

May 19: 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…


  • Army Yet to Make Arrests After Buratai’s Warning, Says Spokesman
  • Osinbajo Signs Executive Order to Aid Budget Submission by Agencies
  • NNPC Finalises $6bn Oil-for-Product Swaps
  • Malabu Oil Suit Put off Till July 5
  • Don’t Kill Fulani Herdsmen, Okowa Begs Deltans
  • Soludo: Nigeria’s Economic Recession was Avoidable
  • 16 Rescued, Several Others Trapped as Building Collapses in Lagos
  • Osinbajo Signs Executive Order to Aid Budget Submission by Agencies
  • NNPC Finalises $6bn Oil-for-Product Swaps
  • Senate Probes Alleged Lopsided Recruitment in DSS
  • Presidency: Freed Girl Not One of 219 Chibok Schoolgirls
  • Ebola: No Screening Points, Machines at Seme Border
  • N701bn Stimulus May Briefly Slowdown Plans to Escrow Accounts of Discos
  • Borishade for Burial on July 8
  • Tragedy Strikes NNPC GMD, Baru Loses


  • Politicians under security watch over Buratai’s alarm
  • We’ll remain loyal to Nigeria, says Air Force
  • Senate probes DSS recruitment
  • Osinbajo signs three executive orders to boost economy
  • JAMB releases UTME results
  • No cabal working against Kachikwu in the villa – NICreL
  • Rivers now a construction yard, says ex-President Jonathan
  • NNPC: our case against Ubah, Capital Oil
  • Panic as herdsmen kill two in Rivers community
  • 106 Chibok girls, 11,894 others freed so far, says minister
  • I fainted after policemen tied me to their van, says driver
  • Oil spills: Experts warn Ogoni against consuming seafood, water
  • Pastor agrees to swear by Oba’s juju


  • Ebola: No screening points, machines at the Seme border – Report
  • UTME: JAMB plans mega centres
  • I didn’t give late Adeleke drug overdose – Nurse
  • Osun: Doctors beg Aregbesola to improve health system
  • Oluwo, Ogundokun fight over chieftaincy title
  • Private sector part of Nigeria’s problems – Amaechi
  • NAHCo MD issues resignation notice
  • NNPC finalising $6 bln worth of oil-for-product swaps
  • General Electric to assemble gas turbines in Nigeria next year
  • Students starve as politicians eat fat
  • Osinbajo signs 3 executive orders
  • EFCC docks man over N86m land racketeering
  • How ex-military chiefs stole $15bn – Report
  • Senate probes lopsided recruitment in DSS
  • NNPC enters $6bn oil swap deals with 10 companies – Sources
  • Saraki, govs, others pay respect to late Adebayo
  • NNDC spends N86.34bn on projects in Edo
  • Aisha Buhari lays foundation of 50-bed clinic in Daura
  • Man caught removing human parts from graves


  • Poor FG’s ideas led Nigeria into recession, says Soludo
  • Ifeanyi Ubah diverted 11bn PMS, NNPC tells court
  • ‘Escaped Chibok girl in JSS1 when abducted’
  • Kogi gives 10 trucks, 260 motorcycles to vigilante service
  • How Mohammed Abacha, Malabu lost OPL 245 to Shell, Agip –FG
  • House seeks status report on funding of NDDC
  • Female suicide bomber kills two soldiers in Borno
  • Nigerian arms scandal resurfaces in US court
  • Nurse denies administering drugs overdose to Adeleke
  • Coup: Nigerians’ll defend democracy, says APC
  • NHIC bill: Proposed commission should be regulatory, say HMOs
  • Voluntary negotiations may never achieve restructuring – Ogunshola
  • Buhari’s wife starts children’s hospital in Katsina

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