June 15: Today’s Newspapers Headlines in Nigeria

June 15: Today’s Newspapers Headlines in Nigeria

Newspapers Headlines on June 15.

Before heading to the newspaper stand this morning, check out the Stories that made headlines today. We reviewed headlines from The Punch, Vanguard, The Sun, This Day, The Nation, Authority, Tribune, Daily Sun and Other national dailies.

Newspapers Headlines on June 15

THE PUNCH

  • Presidency kicks as CCT discharges, acquits Saraki
  • Melaye, a social deviant, says Kogi governor
  • Osinbajo meets S’East leaders, says war start with words
  • Fulani herdsmen threatening me over anti-grazing law – Ortom
  • Senate wants FG to consider 2014 confab report
  • JAMB cancels 59,698 results, 62,140 candidates to retake UTME
  • Reps demand military squad to stop killer herdsmen
  • Adeleke, Hussain pick tickets to contest Osun by-election
  • Nigerians are hungry and angry, says Cardinal Okogie
  • Reps grill MTN, Airtel, others over sacking in telecoms industry
  • Ondo APC crisis: Kekemeke should resign, says Abayomi
  • Injured student leaders write Ambode, appeal for financial help
  • Ex-minister Chidoka joins Anambra gov race

THE NATION

  • Fed Govt: no need to panic over quit notice
  • Osinbajo to Igbo leaders: condemn divisive remarks
  • CCT acquits Saraki of false assets declaration charge
  • Marketers beg Fed Govt to clear N800b debt
  • Evans breaks down in custody
  • Senate seat: Hussain, Adeleke are APC, PDP candidates
  • Olubadan, chiefs back Ajimobi on Olubadan chieftaincy law review
  • Sagay shocked as Ozekhome, others hail judgment
  • Ekweremadu, Fayose, senators happy
  • Saraki Aquital: Jubilation in Ilorin
  • Appeal Court upturns Orubebe’s conviction for false asset declaration
  • Oshiomhole: why I accepted N200m severance package
  • Dickson to partner govt on Brass LNG

THISDAY

  • Fashola Tasks Quantity Surveyors Board on Cost Data Bank
  • Benue Youths Protest Hostility of Headmen Towards Anti-Grazing Act
  • FG to Launch Tobacco-Free Campaign, Appoints Timi Dakolo, Others Ambassadors
  • House Directs NNPC to Resuscitate Floating Stations in Niger Delta
  • Lagos Secures $100m from French Agency for Urban Projects
  • Kashamu, Uranta, Frank, Hail Saraki’s Acquittal by CCT
  • Collapsed Building Kills 3, Injures 1 in Anambra
  • Rain Destroys 150 Houses in Kano
  • Protesters Halt Commercial Activities in Minna
  • NDDC to Revive Rice Mills in Rivers, Akwa Ibom
  • Osinbajo Meets Northern Leaders, Cautions Against Hate Speech
  • 2017 Budget as Lever for Economic Recovery
  • Divide Among Banks Widens as Small Lenders Face Cash Crunch
  • NPAN Asks FG to Rein in EFCC, Says Agency is Cowering Free Speech
  • Amaechi: Nigeria Was Inching Towards Civil War in 2015
  • FG to Reinstate Projects Tampered With in Budget, Osinbajo Signs
  • Trump Administration Set to Release Boko Haram Plan
  • UBA’s Debut $500m Eurobond Oversubscribed by 240%

GUARDIAN

  • We must defend terms of our constitution, says Osinbajo
  • Senate asks presidency to resubmit confab report
  • Nigeria receives $3.7bn revenue in taxes, royalties
  • Anti-Trump gunman attacks US lawmakers, dies in shootout
  • Super Eagles to recall Mikel, China-based strikers
  • Unpaid N800b subsidy arrears threaten banks, downstream sector
  • Flu kills 13,000 birds as Kano farmers lament unpaid compensation by government
  • NCC’s fine not responsible for sack of 259 employees, says MTN
  • Fashola tasks quantity surveyors’ board on cost data bank
  • Unknown assailants kill ex-naval officer, Famuyiwa
  • NSE to partner ministry in $600m investment for mining sector

VANGUARD

  • Osinbajo reassures Ndigbo, says FG’ll tackle issues decisively
  • Mother of Evans the kidnapper, goes into hiding
  • Naira Watch: External reserves down to 3-month low
  • Arewa quit notice: Don’t panic, Osinbajo tells Ndigbo
  • Breaking: A-Court voids Orubebe’s conviction, overrules CCT
  • Breaking: Assets falsification charge: CCT frees Saraki
  • Senate flays 25-30% interest rate regime
  • I took to crime after my father disowned me – Evans.

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