Nigerian Newspaper Headlines For Today [May 25, 2017]

Nigerian Newspaper Headlines For Today [May 25, 2017]

In The Newspapers on May 25.

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…


  • FG sets up National Minimum Wage Committee as FEC reviews 2017 budget
  • 3 girls blow selves up in Maiduguri
  • ‘We’d exchange cup for victims’ lives’ – Manchester United’s Mourinho
  • Power sector: No hope for Nigeria —Senate
  • Coup: Nigerian military constitutes panel to unravel officers’ culpability
  • Nigeria Emerges Fifth Largest Insurance Market In Africa
  • Ortom replies Mark over wheelbarrow mocking
  • Stop rampaging herdsmen now, Senate tasks IG
  • APC takes-over PDP’s office in Enugu, say “change has come”
  • …Igbo first settlers in Ile-Ife —Igwe Achebe
  • Ahmed Musa joins Eagles, Mikel misses flight


  • Alleged coup plot: No cause for panic, says DHQ
  • Biafra Day: IPOB extends sit-at-home order to 14 cities
  • Epileptic power: Senators mull reversal of privatisation
  • UK deports 35 Nigerians
  • Why I joined Boko Haram –Teacher
  • Ekiti fuel crisis: Fayose gives marketers 24hrs ultimatum
  • FG probes 440 rifles found in Lagos port
  • Implementation of confab report ’ll address Nigeria crisis – Jonathan
  • Recession: Fasting, praying won’t grow economy – Osinbajo
  • Disobedience to court orders, threat to democracy, Kalu warns
  • South East govs, Ekweremadu, Onu, others attend World Igbo Summit tomorrow
  • Channels TV: FEC in minute silence for Onuekwusi
  • Obanikoro, PDP bigwigs joining us soon, says Lagos APC chairman


  • Military Investigates Alleged Coup Plot
  • FG Begins Review of 2017 Budget, Excited by GDP Report
  • Body Flown in from DRC Tests Negative for Ebola
  • FG Concessions Rail Lines to GE, Multinational to Invest over $2.2bn
  • Katsina Bye-election: Corps Member Alleges She was Threatened with Rape, Ballot…
  • Jonathan Calls for Implementation of National Conference Report
  • Marginalisation: Igbo Refused to Invest in Buhari’s Campaign, Says Ngige
  • Okonjo-Iweala: You Can’t Achieve Growth If You Have Forex Distortions
  • Emefiele, Dipeolu Insist Nigeria on Recovery Path as Economy Contracts by 0.5% in Q1
  • Court Grants Former NNPC Boss, Yakubu, Permission to Travel AbroadFEC Observes One Minute Silence in
  • Honour of Onuekwusi
  • Obasanjo: FG’s Failure to Compensate Boko Haram, Escalated Insurgency
  • Pensioner Commits Suicide in Benue Out of Frustration
  • MASSOB, IPOB Order Sit-at-home in Lagos, Abuja, Others
  • Man Utd Wins Europa, Back in Champions League


  • Military: there’s no coup plot against Buhari’s govt
  • EFCC goes after Jonathan’s wife’s assets
  • Osinbajo: how to save the economy
  • High bond yields thrill grassroots investors
  • Fed Govt sets up National Minimum Wage Committee
  • We’re ever ready to defend Nigeria’s territorial integrity, says Air Chief
  • Court frees ex-NNPC GMD Yakubu for medical trip
  • I know nothing about N182M contract -Dalung
  • NAF Investigates alleged invasion of Osun varsity
  • Jonathan govt’s bad spending habit caused recession,says ex-CBN boss Soludo
  • Holyfield pledges $3m health facilities for Lagos
  • CAF Confederation Cup: Rivers United revive hopes with home win


  • Senate urges CBN to convert lower currency notes to coins
  • UK deports 35 Nigerians for immigration offences
  • Nnamdi Kanu’s lawyer, Ugwuonye, barred from legal practice in Nigeria
  • ‎Reps drop motion on recovered assets, loots
  • Court to go ahead with trial of INEC staff accused of collecting bribe from Diezani Madueke
  • Osinbajo congratulates Edwin Clark at 90
  • Reps want FIRS to spread revenue to states
  • 3 suicide bombers killed in another foiled attack in BornoMaritime expert hails NIMASA on wreck removal
  • initiative
  • Crowd hold vigil for Manchester attack victims on Tuesday
  • Trump celebrates visit to Pope Francis as honour of a lifetime
  • Nigeria’s oil production rose by 274,000 barrels per day in April —OPEC
  • FCTA battles street hawkers in Abuja …Suspends tenement rates


  • Power can’t improve under current arrangement – Senators
  • Obasanjo: Violent extremism hinders democracy
  • Defence headquarters debunks coup rumour
  • Osinbajo: Prayers, fasting alone can’t make Nigeria work
  • FG mulls state pardon for prisoners
  • FG raises c’ttee on N56,000 minimum wage
  • Stocks extend daily gain with N67bn
  • FG: We’re still reviewing 2017 budget
  • Farmers/herdsmen clashes: Sokoto gets 9 grazing reserves
  • Ban on overland rice import remains – Customs
  • Ekiti unions force striking fuel marketers to resume sales
  • FEC goes silent over dead Channels


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