June 28: Today’s Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria

June 28: Today’s Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria

Newspapers Headlines On June 28.

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.

Tribune

  • Again, Southern leaders meet, canvass unity across Nigeria
  • Biafra: IPOB says we want referendum, not war
  • Osinbajo, Education Minister sued over alleged removal of CRS from school curriculum
  • VIDEO: Shocking moment man is struck by out-of-control bus
  • Akinwumi Adesina emerges 2017 World Food Prize Laureate
  • Confederation is the solution
  • The state as protector of the citizen
  • Aboru: Another Lagos location beckons on real estate, other investments
  • Ogun targets construction of 171 roads, gives priority to indigenous contractors
  • FIRS threatens surveyors with legal action over valuation jobs
  • As research foresees Lagos hits 30 million population by 2030, experts call for policy review
  • Experts provide Landlord-Tenants’ housing rights guide to avoid frictions
  • NNPC boosts security of oil assets to boost production
  • ExxonMobil confirms award of deep water Liza field project
  • ANED assures Nigerians on prepaid meters provision
  • Russia, Sudan sign MoU on cooperation in peaceful uses of atomic energy
  • Cyber attack hits oil giant and banks in Russia and Ukraine
  • EU slaps Google with record $2.7 billion fine
  • France plans ‘1billion investment in Nigeria’s oil and gas industry

Punch

  • FG, sort out Apapa ports roads mess
  • CIBN outlines path to economic growth
  • Ecobank to provide forex for SMEs
  • GNI’s assets rise to N10.7bn
  • Stocks: Analysts predict bearish trading this week
  • CPMI, IOSCO move to harmonise OTC derivatives data
  • CIS fighting against quackery to protect investors
  • Audit bill passage will strengthen fight against corruption
  • Masts: NCAA asks GSM operators, others to obtain permits
  • EU fines Google record $2.7bn in antitrust case
  • UBA Foundation launches ‘Read Africa
  • BoE orders banks to set aside extra 11.4bn
  • France to invest ‘1bn in Nigeria’s oil sector
  • FG fails to implement 18% pension contribution for workers
  • Introduce policies to grow aviation, operators tell FG
  • No maritime sector without seafarers, says Peterside
  • Motorists lose N2bn monthly on Lekki-Epe road ‘ Expert
  • Embrace grasscutter farming
  • Avoiding frozen bank accounts
  • Investing in commercial papers
  • Road transporters propose new body to tackle challenges
  • Stakeholders urge aviation agencies to address internal communications gap
  • What to know about frozen bank account
  • Ahmedu happy as Onyekuru joins Everton
  • Alves announces Juve exit
  • $2m sent to child of FIFA member
  • Edo deputy gov mobilises support for Insurance
  • Chile set to stop Ronaldo
  • NBA Africa Game excites Nowitzki
  • Udi stalls on Sunshine deal
  • Ikeme wary of Cameroon threat
  • Legislators as executive on the sly
  • Judiciary’s contributions to democratic consolidation
  • Ergp and growth prospects for the banking sector
  • Only the President can initiate appropriation bill
  • Knocking on Kaplan’s gate
  • Army invades, turns Lagos hotel into operational base
  • Policeman killed as boundary riot rages in Gombe
  • We are in recession, no Eid-el-fitr rams, gifts ‘Plateau gov
  • Residents panic as Ikeja Electric abandons high-tension wires in canal
  • Two sex workers, others die in road accident
  • Parents lose court bid to take sick baby to America for treatment

Vanguard

  • Seeking self-determination not declaration of war ‘ IPOB
  • Maintain peace in your domains, Oborevwori urges Delta monarchs
  • Residents of demolished estate in P-Harcourt demand N5bn compensation
  • Nasarawa Emir to herdsmen: It’s wrong to graze on farmlands
  • Uyo Senate seat: Saraki urged to respect court order
  • Ebonyi begins revamping of agric facilities in LGAs to boost IGR
  • Firm organises fitness walk in 5 states
  • South East Region deserves better stakes in mining and other sectors ‘ CSOs
  • Biafra: You’re not Igbo Emperor, APGA warns Kanu, writes IPOB
  • Motorists raise alarm over Benin, Auchi Highway
  • Restructuring alone won’t solve Nigeria’s problems ‘Etiebet
  • Kidnapped, murdered woman’s phone lands couple in Police net
  • Scores of APC, LP members join PDP in Delta
  • UNESCO lauds Ogun over role in sustaining African Culture
  • Aso Savings, others secure space at Anambra Int’l Market, Oba
  • Ekiti gets new Anglican Bishop
  • Lagos school kidnap; DAY 35: Abductors threaten to relocate victims over mounting security threat
  • 120 year-old man leads 26 communities to abolish practice of female genital mutilation in Ebonyi
  • Nnaji to speak on challenges of power generation tomorrow
  • UPP has gained firm roots in Anambra ‘ Chidoka
  • Anambra Consensus Project sets up cttee to screen aspirants
  • Anambra Consensus Project sets up cttee to screen aspirants
  • PZ Cussons urges fixing of petro-chemical industry, unveils deodorant line
  • NAICOM to meet stakeholders on business retention within the country
  • LCCI advocates harnessing maritime potential for a blue economy
  • Food giants bow to pressures to reduce salt, sugar in products
  • Emmanuel Okotie-Eboh’s testimony
  • Between Nigerian Igbo and Biafran Agitators ‘ A Northerner’s Perspective
  • Landrush for .AFRICA domains hit final week
  • ETISALAT DEBT: Stakeholders dread implications of take over
  • Smile introduces new offer on SMiFi, Router Starter Pack
  • Three professors jostle for CPN leadership
  • 2.6b new mobile broadband subscribers will be added in 2022 ‘ report
  • Indomitable Lions will return to Russia, says Moukandjo
  • Golf: War of words as Enugu holds Monthly Mug
  • Hockey League: Union Bank target title
  • Hockey Super League: Unoin Bank camp in Ibadan
  • 2018 W/Cup qualifiers: Cameroon’s chances against Nigeria slim ‘ Cameroon coach
  • Iheanacho: West Ham make improved bid
  • Nigeria can fund sports with lottery fund ‘ Boloko
  • McEnroe refuses to apologise to Serena
  • Legend Paolo Maldini’s tennis career ends abruptly
  • I have a game plan to beat Katsina United ‘ Tornadoes Coach
  • Tonto Dikeh’s dad returns bride price to Olakunle Churchill
  • Man batters wife; says ‘dragging my sick mum on the ground is an insult I can’t take
  • Attack on Chief Olu Falae again by herdsmen: Urgent action
  • Moral relativism is terrorising Nigeria
  • Everton secure 6.8m signing of Nigerian Striker Henry Onyekuru
  • Bang’ by Arah featuring ISS, skyper and sirstef

The Nation

  • Security agents close in on quit notice sponsors
  • Security agents close in on quit notice sponsors
  • Dad dumps three-year-old son in hospital
  • Dad dumps three-year-old son in hospital
  • Our refinery’ll transform economy, says Dangote
  • Our refinery’ll transform economy, says Dangote
  • Evans: Our lives in danger, say victims
  • Evans: Our lives in danger, say victims
  • Sultan: agitations symptom of rotten system
  • Sultan: agitations symptom of rotten system
  • Why Nigeria is missing on $20b global miners’ profit chart
  • Fed Govt to address agitation, says Osinbajo
  • Atiku to govt: don’t ignore calls for restructuring
  • Supreme Court blames politicians for unsettled polity
  • NCAA cautions telecoms operators over mast
  • My life as an American soldier -Nollywood actress
  • France okays over 1b Euros for Nigeria oil industry
  • PENGASSAN kicks against refineries’ concessioning
  • Banks boost lending despite hard times
  • PFAs invest N3.6t in Fed Govt bonds
  • $1.2b loan: Banks’ shareholders urge Etisalat to pay
  • Oil prices up 2% on weaker dollar, others
  • Lagos to produce work-ready graduates
  • Utomi appointed GJF chairman
  • Coronation to float IPO for N400m fixed income fund
  • Lagos trains directors on new trends
  • NASS/Exco face-off
  • The bourse returns
  • Melaye jumps the gun
  • Re-Inventing Nigeria’s warped federalism
  • ANN will rule in 2019
  • Ezeemo: I won’t collect security vote
  • UPP holds national convention
  • Centre lists 17 qualities for would-be governor
  • PDP’s losing popularity in Ekiti, says chieftain

Thisday

  • Tension Grips Akure Residents as Cult Clashes Claim 10 Lives
  • Rising Unemployment in Nigeria Gives Me Sleepless Nights, Says Dangote
  • Lambo, Bayo Ojo, Others Deny Endorsing Any Statement on Melaye
  • Balogun, Okowa, Okonjo-Iweala Hail Adesina’s Emergence as 2017 World Food Prize Laureate
  • Southern Leaders Insist on Restructuring of Nigeria
  • Sanusi Pledges Loyalty to Buhari, Ganduje
  • Prince William, David Cameron Caught up in FIFA Corruption Scandal
  • Despite Market Glut, Crude Oil Price up on Weaker Dollar OPEC not in a rush to implement deeper output cut
  • NCAA Directs Telcos to Obtain Permit before Erecting Masts Around Airports
  • Dickson Inaugurates 20-member C’ttee to Resolve INC Crisis
  • Et Tu, Dickson
  • INEC Seeks to Redeem Its Image
  • New Creation Designers
  • Counterfeiting Projected to Drain $4.2tn Globally
  • Okagbare Takes on Thompson, Ahoure in Paris Diamond League
  • Onyekuru Completes Everton Medical
  • Ronaldos Portugal Takes on Chile in the Battle for Final Ticket
  • NNL: Edo Deputy Gov Rallies Support for Insurance FC
  • Ikeme Eager to return to Eagles
  • Old Flames Come Alive at GTBank Masters Cup Final

The Sun

  • Abuja prostitutes face minister’s wrath
  • Karu: Where refuse and people co-habit
  • Reviving voice of National Assembly
  • Church marks Father’s Day in grand style
  • When Julius Berger hosted shareholders at AGM
  • Bad Sunday Abuja House on the Rock church
  • Osun: APC, PDP trade words on by-election
  • Alleged diversion of relief materials: My story ‘Senator Ita-Giwa
  • Anambra guber: UPP has gained roots ‘ Chidoka
  • Obiano, zoning and equity in Anambra politics
  • Everton beats Arsenal to sign Onyekuru
  • FIFA Confederation Cup: Portugal is ready for war ‘Ronaldo
  • Lottery Commission promises more funds for Nigerian sports
  • VAT Wonder Goal: Pascal donates to Charity home in Ozubulu
  • Despite loan crisis, Etisalat’s resilience reassures lenders, prospective investors
  • Digital pay solutions can boost transformation ‘ Afiegbe, Visa boss
  • ICT’ll rejuvenate economy ‘Shittu
  • Security operatives seize over 167,000 fake printing supplies
  • Viola Graham-Douglas becomes Guinness Nigeria’s Corporate Relations Director
  • Epileptic power grounds businesses as supply drops to 4.5 hours per day
  • Nigeria can generate 60,000mw by 2050 ‘Expert
  • France mulls ‘1bn investment in Nigeria’s oil/gas sector
  • Review Land Use Act now, AFPING chairman urges FG
  • France to invest ‘1bn in petroleum sector
  • NCAA to GSM providers: Obtain permit for high-rise structures
  • NiMet predicts thunderstorms, rains today
  • Suspended Ekiti lawmaker defects to APC
  • Hidden spiritual knowledge (7)
  • We want referendum not war ‘IPOB
  • Hereafter advice for Obasanjo & Jonathan (7)
  • Quit notice: Monarch calls for tolerance
  • Shocking revelations from JAMB (1)
  • Women protest against BEDC, block Effurun roads
  • 50 years after, Ogbomosho coming
  • Ijaw reconciliation committee’ll solve INC crisis ‘Don
  • Jonathan: Bayelsa youths blast Nnamdi Kanu
  • Police parade suspects for kidnapping, raping Imo magistrate
  • The unending villification of electoral umpires umpiresElectoral umpires and the umbrage of critics
  • Kidnapping and our weak value system
  • Role of Bar and Bench in fight against corruption
  • Barring me from talkingagainst my fundamental human rights ‘ Kanu
    Interception of N8bn counterfeit cables

Guardian

  • Quit order, a rare chance to renegotiate Nigeria
  • Nigeria, Ghana mull new pact
  • Malami urges Senate to obey judgment on Akwa Ibom senatorial tussle
  • NIWA cries out of over blockade of Calabar office
  • Lagos woos investors to Lekki Free Zone
  • NB explores cassava starch as alternative recipe for production
  • Meet Henry Onyekuru: Everton’s new Nigerian raised by Qataris in Belgium
  • LCCI’s forum to address operators’ challenges
  • PenCom set for government workers enrolment next Monday
  • Hope rises for Nigeria’s dry ports

Daily Times

  • Unijos electricity bill gulp N100m in one year Vice Chancellor
  • AHC: NCAA warns GSM providers, others to obtain permits
  • FG urged to build central database to track criminals
  • Osun by-election: PDP alleges APC of conniving with INEC to scuttle process
  • Lagos lawmaker empowers 130 students with GCE forms
  • Katsina to convene stakeholders summit on way forward for councils Masari
  • CVR: Adamawa Govt to declare public holiday
  • Nigeria better off as one strong nation, says Gov. Bello
  • Council urges youths to disregard plan to divide Nigeria
  • Those calling for scrapping of Senate are jokers NaAllah
  • Place teenagers on family planning methods to secure their future
  • Daily Times Newspaper, Wednesday, June 28, 2017
  • Gbajabiamila facilitates release of 40 inmates from Kirikiri Prisons
  • Reps member intervenes in constituency road
  • Osun agog, as school emerges Copa Coca-Cola champs
  • Lagos U-18 Karate tourney holds July 1
  • Union Bank camp in Ibadan ahead Hockey League
  • NEIFA mourns Emetole
  • Video: Tyson Fury Wants to fight Nigerian Born Anthony Joshua in Lagos
  • Heritage Banks breakthrough banking style helps less fortunate
  • Why you need to Open a second business account
  • Nigerian banks lead way on growth strategies for businesses
  • OPEC measures struggle to boost oil prices
  • Madagascar joins Afreximbank
  • Invest in agriculture, Igbinosun tells FG.
  • Electricity: Nigeria reaps N48bn from Niger, Benin, Togo
  • EU worried over 372 trade barriers against exporters
  • FG can save $1.5bn annually using natural gas vehicles
  • CBNs intervention in forex market temporal Expert
  • IoT tops priority in driving digital transformation- Research
  • Layer3 highlights Data Analytics potential to MDAs
  • Why data management protection law is needed
  • NCC notifies radio, TV antennas pose higher health risk than mobile phones
  • NCAA warns telecom operators to acquire permits for high rise structures
  • Most networks not IPv6 compatible
  • The powerful Yello Box is bringing 24/7 electricity to Nigeria via your mobile phone
  • Tragic wife-beating incident inspired me to compose Ringo Ringo Frankeyz

Daily Trust

  • South East Development Commission bill
  • Anambra govship: APGA condemns IPOB boycott threat
  • A/Ibom: AGF writes Saraki to swear-in Etim
  • Recall: Ojo, Lambo, others deny endorsing Dino
  • Suspended lawmaker, 200 others dump PDP for APC in Ekiti
  • APC jittery, begs INEC to postpone Osun bye-election – PDP
  • Recall: Lambo, Ojo, Ipinmisho, others deny endorsing Dino
  • Rivers PDP thumbs up Wike
  • Teacher commits suicide after wife left
  • RMRDC distributes 10,000 improved oil palm seedlings
  • AAAN to Hold 44th AGM/Congress in Lagos State
  • MRM//McCann Wins its First-Ever Grand Prix at Cannes Lions Festival
  • Airtel adjudged best company in recruitment strategy
  • Ghanaian airline launches daily flights to Abuja
  • Landrush for Africa domains hits final week
  • Yudala flags off nationwide mega sales
  • Slashed N17bn Mambilla budget is FGs counterpart funding – Fashola
  • New LG tech offers smart cooking
  • Nigeria needs 32m Set Top Boxes for digital switch over NBC
  • ABS to commission new Puma kits against Pillars
  • Team Nigeria target excellent outing at Arm Wrestling Championship
  • Bolt may carry on after World Championships
  • Everton agree Onyekuru deal
  • Premier League right place for Ronaldo, says Meireles
  • Mahrez agrees to 35m switch to Arsenal
  • Plateau United focused on Nasarawa tie, says Ambrose

New Telegraph

  • Joblessness as keg of gunpowder
  • 295 military personnel acquire skills for retirement
  • Agonies of LAGBUS workers’ strike
  • Tonto Dikeh’s family returns bride price to husband
  • UNICEF certifies 825 Katsina communities open-defecation free
  • Restructuring, state police: Northern elders disagree
  • Atiku: Restructuring transcends religion, ethnicity
  • Mass sack looms in construction sector over N200bn debt
  • $1.2bn loan: Banks’ shareholders push for Etisalat’s takeover
  • I stand for a united Nigeria, says Wike
  • Kalu backs restructuring, condemns hate speeches
  • Emir of Kano calls for peace, unity among Nigerians
  • Falana tackles National Assembly over budget alterations
  • FMDQ reports N9.49trn May turnover
  • Bank customers’ deposits soar in 2016 despite recession
  • FG imports 343,657 tons of phosphate to boost food production
  • IMF extends $816m loans to Nigeria’s neighbours
  • Operators flay pre-shipment inspection
  • Africa needs more innovation hubs to support growth
  • Tackling multiple subscriptions to curb unclaimed dividend
  • Banks seek growth through agent banking
  • Financial regulations hamper Africa’s economic development ‘Report
  • Relocation directive: Truckers dare govt
  • NHIS: Reps’ probe opens can of worms
  • Igbo renaissance: Ohanaeze strategises with Soludo c’mtee
  • I am a Nigerian
  • POLITICAL NOTES: Politics as chess game
  • Restructuring: Atiku commends APC govs, others
  • Okocha to Eagles: Take positives from B’Bafana defeat
  • Ikeme: Eagles will bounce back better
  • Everton sign Onyekuru, loan player to Anderlecht
  • Serena replies McEnroe: Respect me and my privacy
  • Confed Cup semifinal: Chile ready for red-hot Ronaldo
  • Osimhen will shine in Wolfsburg ‘Agali
  • Athletes in dilemma over national trials
  • Rangers, Ifeanyi Ubah highlight Matchday 26
  • VAT Wonder Goal: Pasca moved by conditions at Ozubulu Charity Home
  • Hamilton blasts Vettel, vows to win F1 title
  • Balancing human rights and national security (4)
  • That President Buhari’s audio message
  • Art is becoming more expansive ‘ Olaku
  • Budget: Executive revulsion and legislative arrogance
  • Inspiring reception for Kakadu
  • Happiness Like Water on Ohaeto Street, other stories
  • HOS to NICO: Send memo to NCE for recognition of certificates
  • First Disneyland map sells for 555,000

Premium Times

  • Suspended Ekiti lawmaker others dump PDP for APC
  • Marrying educated women will eliminate vices, Professor tells Nigerian men
  • UNICEF certifies 825 Nigerian communities free of open defecation
  • Two brothers arrested for allegedly killing Septuagenarian
  • Ethnic agitation: We’ve heard you loud and clear, Osinbajo tells Nigerians
  • Bird Flu: Namibia, Botswana ban poultry imports from South Africa
  • Three migrants die as thousands rescued in sea off Libya
  • It’s over! Tonto Dikeh’s family returns bride price to estranged husband
  • Council of Europe lawmakers move against chief after visit to Syrian President
  • Why I sold ‘monkey tail’ to feed my family, woman tells NDLEA
  • Osun bye-election: PDP, APC trade words over alleged rigging plan
  • LAUTECH: Owner states owing N8 billion, ASUU insists
  • Three killed in deadly Ondo cult clash
  • Buhari right to speak to Nigerians in Hausa ‘ Senator
  • 85 per cent of IDPs return home in Yobe ‘ Official
  • Ethnic agitations symptom of rot in Nigerian system ‘ Sultan
  • Google fined $2.7 billion for breaking EU ‘Fair Play’ rules
  • EXCLUSIVE: Why Nigerian govt. moved against Atiku’s cash cow, Intel
  • Everton sign 20-year old Nigerian striker
  • Spain deports 23 Nigerians for committing various offences
  • Eid-el-Fitr: As recession bites, it’s modest celebration for many Nigerian Muslims
  • France plans 1 billion Euros investment in Nigeria
  • Restructuring: Atiku commends APC Govs, others
  • Three CNN journalists resign as network apologises over controversial Trump-Russia story
  • Nigeria example of country ‘walking towards failure’ ‘ Utomi
  • APGA writes Nnamdi Kanu, warns IPOB leader not to think himself Igbo ’emperor
  • Why Nigeria’s Akinwunmi Adesina won 2017 World Food Prize
  • Nigerian govt recalls sacked whistleblower
  • Magistrates contribute more than police to Nigerian prisons’ congestion ‘ Gbajabiamila
  • Nigerians express divergent views as Buhari’s medical vacation reaches 50 days
  • Scheme for urban dwelling Nigerians to own, manage farms launched
  • Medical Director of National Ear Care Centre, Aminu Bakare, is dead
  • Ex-Nigerian minister wins prestigious $250,000 World Food Prize
  • Ezekwesili features on Forbes empowerment TV show
  • Fun seekers throng parks, recreation centres to celebrate Eid-el-Fitr
  • Lagos Police confirm arrest of five suspected VI robbers
  • Bird Flu: Nigerian govt to compensate Ebonyi poultry farmers
  • 23 Nigerian states owe local govt workers’ salaries; some 14 months ‘ NULGE
  • 2017 Budget: You are ignorant, Fashola blasts Senate, House spokespersons
  • Minister warns MDAs against padding 2018 budget
  • Nigeria, Mexico trade volume hits $600 million
  • Crystal Palace appoint Frank de Boer manager
  • Customs generates N239.4 billion in first quarter, 2017
  • Nigerian-born NBA star, Antetokounmpo, returns to Greece
  • ASUU tackles Osun govt over LAUTECH crisis
  • NNPC’s ‘bloated’ workforce major taker of $33.8 billion generated in 2016 ‘ Report
  • 10 killed in Maiduguri bombing ‘ Police
  • South Africa bans sale of live hens to contain bird flu
  • Man shot dead in Bayelsa not Corps member ‘ NYSC
  • Buhari under fire for recording Sallah message in Hausa

 

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