June 30: Today’s Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria

June 30: Today’s Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria

Newspapers Headlines On June 30.

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

  • Restructuring not APC’s priority now ―Oyegun
  • Troops arrest notorious Boko Haram terrorist in Buni Gari
  • Nigeria inches closer to 40bn barrels oil reserve target
  • LG poll: Police avert youths clash in Enugu over defection
  • Dickson dissolves LG caretaker committees in Bayelsa
  • EFCC arrests NABDA DG over N23 million scam
  • Lagos LG poll: KSA’s wife, 14 other aggrieved APC aspirants in street protest
  • How gridlock has sent businesses, banks packing from Apapa
  • 8.5m Nigerians have hearing defects —Expert •Obasanjo, Amosun solicit aid for hearing impaired people
  • Court reinstates suspended Kogi lawmaker
  • Again, Osun pensioners protest non-payment of 12 months allowances
  • Police, OPC in closed-door meeting over Ikorodu cultists, kidnappers
  • Okun groups in Lagos back Dino’s recall

THE NATION

  • Oshiomhole: Babangida owes Nigerians apology
  • Eastern Consultative Assembly faults Babangida’s version of restructuring
  • Ohanaeze, IYC, Okorocha, others knock Kanu
  • Evans seeks N300m damages from police
  • APC didn’t promise restructuring, says Oyegun
  • Gusau gets IAAF mention as AFN President
  • Puyol, Pique, Eto’o, Football Heroics Land in Argentina for Messi’s Wedding
  • Obasanjo calls for common currency in ECOWAS
  • Osinbajo appoints new RECs
  • Naira rebounds, exchanges for N366 to a dollar
  • Judge’s ill- health stalls Oduah’s debt suit
  • Ortom to resolve dispute with Benue varsity lecturers
  • UNILAG invents new method of diagnosing malaria
  • CONFEDERATION CUP It’s Germany vs Chile in final

PUNCH

  • Restructuring : El-Rufai under attack for criticising agitators
  • No going back on works, other ministries allocations’ cut –N’Assembly
  • Ohanaeze overrules Kanu on Anambra poll boycott order
  • Calls for Nigeria’s division will fail, says US
  • Badoo cult killed 26 Lagos residents in 12 months
  • Rivers: Tribunal sacks Sekibo, declares Uchendu winner
  • Kung fu: Chinese company compensates crippled worker
  • Ogun college suspends lecturer for impregnating nursing student
  • Family withdraws 11-year-old poison victim, threatens school with suit
  • W’Bank commits $215m to community projects in Nigeria
  • Two feared dead in Kwara communal clash
  • Naira may weaken on increased dollar demand – Analysts
  • FG grants tax defaulters nine-month amnesty

DAILY TRUST

  • Why presidential plane is parked in London – Presidency
  • Hajj fare would have been N2million but for our intervention, says Chairman, Nigeria-Saudi Committee
  • States to build prisons – NEC
  • Arewa group dissociates from attack on Osinbajo, Yoruba
  • Election tribunal sacks Rivers senator, Sekibo
  • Bailout loan to states extended
  • Melaye: Constituents file suit to stop INEC’s recall process
  • APC govs blast Fayose over Buhari comment
  • Kanu can’t arrogate leadership of Igboland to himself — Nwodo
  • 2019: Group supports Lamido for presidency
  • Chief Judge inaugurates tribunal for Jigawa LG polls despite court order
  • Why Kogi, Gombe ministers have not been inaugurated
  • AfDB to empower 36,000 youths on agriculture
  • Kogi Lagos groups support recall

THISDAy

  • Presidency: Service Chiefs’ Tenure Already Extended Till December
  • In New Executive Order, Osinbajo Gives Tax Defaulters Nine Months to…
  • Shell Lifts Force Majeure Raising Nigeria’s Crude Output by 226,000bpd
  • NEC Extends Duration of FG’s Financial Support to States
  • APC won’t ignore clamour, says party chairman
  • Donald Trump Hosts Two Chibok Girls
  • Umahi: Social Media will Destroy Nigeria, Denies Rejecting Restructuring
  • Osinbajo Appoints 14 New RECs
  • Dickson Sacks All Bayelsa Council Bosses
  • Tompolo’s Kinsmen Raise the Alarm over Renewed Threat to Peace in N’Delta
  • Dasuki’s Trial Stalled Due to Judge’s Absence
  • Ohanaeze Ndigbo Cautions IPOB against Lawlessness
  • Confed Cup: Germany Beats Mexico 4-1 to Set up Chile Final.

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