Nigerian Newspaper Headlines For Today [May 28, 2017]

Nigerian Newspaper Headlines For Today [May 28, 2017]

In The Newspapers on May 28.

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…



  • The economy under Buhari: Half Way To What?
  • Ndigbo must not stop where Nigeria dropped us -Obi
  • We will end violence against children, Osinbajo vows
  • Life as a homeless teenager in Kaduna – Oshiomhole
  • 477 destroyed health facilities hinder healthcare services in Borno — WHO
  • TWO YEARS IN OFFICE: Nigerians pass verdict on Buhari
  • Acting President appoints new DG for PENCOM, MD for BoI
  • NPA To Liberalise Free Trade Zones In Nigeria
  • Buhari’s social welfare programme: So far, not so good
  • W/African Monetary Zone Moves To Check Banks Failure


  • Kidnappers demand N1bn ransom for four abducted Lagos pupils
  • Ambode’s wife committed sacrilege and should apologise —African Church Bishop
  • Osinbajo meets Trump at G7 summit, calls for good governance
  • I feel sorry for Obanikoro reconciling with Tinubu — George
  • Enugu baby factory mothers: A trafficking ring of government officials, policemen, rogue doctors stole our babies, jailed us
  • Igbo worst hit by recession – Ohakim
  • Teenagers rape Bauchi schoolgirl
  • Expert urges more funding for education
  • Those calling for Kogi gov’s resignation are jesters – Aide
  • Fayose demolished fuel stations owned by opposition – IPMAN boss
  • May 30 protest: MASSOB, IPOB fault IG’s directive


  • Igbonla: Kidnappers demand N400m ransom
  • Minimum wage: our patience running out, NLC tells FG
  • Wike: My administration will recover $43m Osborne loot
  • No one can stop Igbo demand for restructure, Ekweremadu vows
  • 2019 presidential poll: PDP leaders mount pressure on Jonathan to shelve ambition
  • British Airways suffers IT outage, cancels flights
  • Protest mars APC primaries
  • Osinbajo approves appointments for PenCom, BOI, others
  • Children’s Day: Ambode vows to rescue kidnapped school pupils unhurt
  • Childrens Day: Yobe children thrill legislature with mock parliament session
  • UNN to emerge among 10 best global varsities–VC
  • Osinbajo at G7 Summit: Africa is sure of the future


  • The Fragmentation of Nigeria – From Four to 36: Celebration of Freedom
  • Children Day: Senate to Parley State Assemblies on Child Rights Act…
  • Computer Glitch Forces BA to Cancel Lagos-London Flight, Others
  • States Celebrate 50th Anniversary in Grand Style
  • Osinbajo in Surprise Visit to Garki Market
  • AMCON Recovers N134bn Debt, Trims Loss to N254.34bn in 2016
  • Ekweremadu: Police Raided My Guest House in Abuja
  • ACF Scores Buhari Low in Infrastructural Development
  • Don’t Be Provoked into Armed Struggle, Ekweremadu Urges Ndigbo
  • Two Years of Buhariplomacy and the Challenge of Change in Continuity
  • Tributes as Dame Patricia Anenih is Laid to Rest
  • In Gun Duel with Students’ Kidnappers, Eight Policemen Shot
  • Shettima: Boko Haram Degraded, Not Totally Defeated


  • Kidnapped Lagos students: Abductors demand N400m ransom
    Why Sterling Bank supported Evander Holyfield/Tinubu fight
  • Biafra celebration: IPOB, MASSOB dare police
  • LG poll: Afikuyomi attacked
  • Rivers@50: Jonathan, Wike, Diete-Spiff, Odili, others get golden jubilee awards
  • Man kills banker over dented car
  • 2019: Don’t run
  • FG, allow merit to prevail in our education system
  • What i miss about Fela – Femi Kuti, Afrobeat maestro
  • Are you turning grey too early?
  • 2019: Arewa youths back Akiolu over Ambode’s second term
  • Biafra celebration: IPOB, MASSOB dare police
  • Anambra guber: Moghalu flags off sensitization tour

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