June 19 2017: Today’s Newspapers Headlines in Nigeria

June 19 2017: Today’s Newspapers Headlines in Nigeria

Newspapers Headlines on June 19.

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.


  • IPOB, Arewa youth agitations unlawful, says Osinbajo
  • ‘No rescued Chibok girl escape to Sambisa forest’
  • Evans leads police to detention camps
  • Why we shunned Nnamdi Kanu in South East consultations – Presidency
  • Senate will soon amend constitution, says Saraki
  • CSO decries poor handling of major corruption cases
  • Attack on Igbo is attack on all, say southern leaders
  • Distance churches from treasury looters, Osinbajo tells clerics
  • Reps kick against abolition of tenure policy for perm secs, directors
  • Masari vows to recover N58bn allegedly diverted funds
  • Aides silent on Buhari’s recovery, date of return
  • Ishaku condemns cattle breeders’ protest against grazing bill
  • Delta lawmakers approve N1 billion loan request
  • Osinbajo pledges multiple taxation review, others in aviation
  • Obaseki, PFN, don warn against hate speech, drumbeats of war


  • Ekiti to hand over Christ’s Schools to original owners
  • Quit notice: DSS goes after hate campaigners, sponsors
  • Controversy trails FG’s agric loan in Bayelsa
  • Ex-gov, Shema diverted N58.5bn, says Masari
  • 2019: Igbo groups shortlist candidates for presidency
  • Raise your children to obey God, Umahi charges fathers
  • Anambra:No arms discovered in Nnewi –Govt
  • Abia guber tussle: Appeal Court, Owerri reserves ruling on Ikpeazu, Nwosu suit
  • Bakare warns military against coup
  • FG’ll appeal Saraki’s CCT acquittal –Obono-Obla


  • Recalled judge collected N90m bribe from 100 lawyers — Presidential aide
  • Budget: N’Assembly wants to be both legislature, executive, says Sagay
  • N516bn Paris refund: Labour teams up with EFCC, ICPC on probe
  • Igbo: Southern leaders demand withdrawal of quit notice
  • Lam, not Ladoja initiated Ibadan road project – APC
  • Enugu APC suspends six members over misconduct
  • Stop hate speeches, Obaseki, PFN tell Nigerians
  • Diezani bribe: Court orders Kwara lawmaker’s remand in custody
  • UNIOSUN invasion: Lecturers won’t appear before NAF panel, says ASUU
  • Four die, five injured in Ogun auto crash
  • Buhari: Nigeria needs an energetic president, says Bakare
  • Embezzlement forced FG to stop parties’ subventions – Ekweremadu


  • Agitations for break-up unlawful, says Osinbajo
  • DSS to descend on hate campaigners
  • House rejects EFCC’s invitations to members
  • Expel looters, Ag. President to churches
  • Nigeria’s democracy a work in progress, says Tinubu
  • Nigerians ‘ll resist military takeover, says Bakare
  • Nigeria stronger together, says Guild of Editors
  • Senate seeks suspension of new health centres
  • Oyo APC to Ladoja: don’t rewrite history on Ibadan circular road
  • Security expert warns against divisive utterances
  • 150 women benefit from governor’s wife’s programme
  • Kanu not regarded as Southeast leader, says Presidency
  • RCCG Lagos Province 54 to host Breakforth 2017


  • Southern Leaders Unite, Insist on Restructuring
  • Kale: Nigeria Will Exit Recession Next Year
  • 2017 Budget: Osinbajo’s Comments Threaten Executive, N’Assembly Virement Deal
  • PDP Crisis: Sheriff, Makarfi Factions Endorse Governors’ Position
  • FG: Why Opposition Elements Are On The Receiving End of Graft Prosecutions
  • Dangote, NPA, Flour Mills Sign MoU with FG to Reconstruct Apapa Road at N4.3bn
  • Jonathan: No Single Individual, Group Can Solve Nigeria’s Problems
  • Bakare Warns Coup Plotters, Power Mongers
  • FG to Execute Three-pronged Strategy to End Fuel Importation by 2019
  • Presidency: We Don’t Consider Nnamdi Kanu a S’East Leader of Thought
  • N5bn Scam: No Money Traced to Goje’s Account, Says EFCC Investigator
  • 38 Compulsorily Retired Army Officers Seek Buhari’s Intervention


  • Economic recovery: Banks anticipate increased demand for loans in Q3
  • 2017 Budget: NASS draws battle line with Osinbajo
  • Editors caution against hate speech
  • Ukiwe, Horsfall, Akinrinade, others take on Arewa youths
  • Agitation for Biafra ‘s a violation of Nigeria’s constitution – Osinbajo
  • Why FG ignored Nnamdi Kanu in consultation with South East
  • Osinbajo advises Church leaders to reject stolen money.

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