June 23: Today’s Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria

June 23: Today’s Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria

Newspapers Headlines On June 23.

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.


  • Anambra Partners UNIDO on Technical Education
  • APC governors blame ethnic agitations on weak governance
  • How NASS padded works ministry’s 2017 budget
  • Kaduna: Court restrains El-Rufai from sacking over 4,000 traditional leaders
  • Police kill 4 robbers rescue 9 hostages in Rivers
  • 5 feared dead in Cross River communal clash
  • Rivers: Wike sacks commissioner
  • Homeowners’ charter: Amosun urges public to blow whistle on corrupt officials
  • Alleged graft: Ekiti panel begins Fayemi’s probe
  • CAN rejects FG’s position on CRK, IRK merger


  • UK deploys 66 Air Force operatives in Nigeria
  • Osinbajo orders military to end Taraba violence
  • Kung fu: Federal Government invites Chinese company, victim
  • Policewoman prevents debt payment over PUNCH’s report
  • CRS controversy: CAN wants curriculum suspended
  • UTME: Police arraign cyber- café operator
  • I feel inadequate Lagos pupils are with kidnappers — Ambode
  • Ohanaeze, Afenifere, Balarabe knock Kwankwaso for backing anti-Igbo threat
  • European countries deport 34 Nigerians
  • Nigeria stronger together, says Martins
  • FG declares Monday, Tuesday public holidays
  • Niger, Italian firm to build N8bn houses
  • Court remands American for alleged $565,000 green card fraud


  • .. stand up and fight those promoting division, hate; NLC tells Nigerians
  • CAN demands return to old curriculum on religious knowledge
  • LAGOS SCHOOL KIDNAP DAY 30: Security beef-up in colleges amid fresh threats
  • Naira watch: Naira stable at N364/$ as NNPC completes refund of N450bn to Govt
  • Reconstruction: Apapa-Wharf road gridlock can result to fuel scarcity — NUPENG
  • HMOs paid N60bn admin fee – Usman
  • Taraba killings: Osinbajo summons security chiefs, Gov Darius
  • The person behind quit notice to Igbos lives in Lagos – Falana


  • Panel probes Fayemi’s tenure as Ekiti governor
  • Over 100 million Nigerians can’t afford treatment in hospitals, says Dogara
  • Security agents rescue nine hostages, kill four robbers in Rivers
  • Germany, Iceland, Belgium, others deport 34 Nigerians
  • Government to engage 4,000 ex-militants
  • Sultan meets stakeholders, pledges commitment to dialogue
  • DHQ denies alleged illegal tenure elongation of course mates
  • Court remands Jumoke Akinjide in EFCC custody
  • FG signs MoU on electrification of varsities, teaching hospitals
  • Middle Belt, northern minorities seek 12 regions, 54 states
  • CAN restates stand against merging of CRK, IRK, Civic Educ
  • Shiites protest against Israel’s occupation of Palestine, demand release of El-Zakzaky


  • Nigeria Will Remain One United Country, Says Sultan
  • Crude Oil Bounces Back Above $45 Per Barrel, Despite Glut
  • Lagos, 13th Most Expensive City to Live in the World
  • Nnamdi Kanu: No Election in South-east Without Biafra Referendum
  • INEC Formally Writes Dino Melaye, to Begin Recall Process July 3
  • NUPENG: Apapa Gridlock May Lead to Fuel Scarcity
  • DHQ Denies Allegation of Service Chief Extending Military Careers of Course Mates
  • Nigeria Will Remain One United Country, Says Sultan
  • Osinbajo Summons Security Chiefs, Deploys More Troops in Taraba
  • NCP: Osinbajo Inaugurates Adeosun, Emefiele, Others


  • APC governors back true federalism, restructuring
  • Falana: man giving Igbo quit notice lives in Lagos
  • Banks reject Etisalat’s $58.9m payment plan
  • Court remands Akinjide, Otiti in EFCC’s custody
  • Ondo, Osun motorists groan over collapsed Mokwa Bridge
  • Glo musical show returns to Ibadan with Olamide, others
  • Politics of recall: Kogi West as litmus test
  • Pupils’ abduction threat: Police dare kidnappers
  • Bode George seeks Nigeria’s restructuring
  • Ekiti pensioners urge Fayose to pay N20b benefits
  • Cross River urges workers to end strike
  • Middle Belt leaders flay quit notice on Igbo
  • Enugu teachers oppose schools’ return too councils.

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