Nigerian Newspapers Headlines Today [June 7 2017]

Nigerian Newspapers Headlines Today [June 7 2017]

In Nigerian Newspapers on June 7.

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.

In Nigerian Newspapers on June 7


  • Violation of Procurement Act: Reps threaten to handover firms with ‘doctored’ tax certificates to EFCC, ICPC
  • Osinbajo writes Senate, seeks approval of $1.49bn loan for 10 states
  • Ease of doing business: How MDAs are frustrating investors
  • Why Buhari’s promoting new vision for N-Delta — Osinbajo
  • World Bank raises forecast for Nigeria’s economic growth to 1.2%
  • Nigerians lose billions of Naira to telecom operators — Senate
  • Ignore rumour of fuel price hike —PPPRA
  • S’South not part of defunct Biafra, says HM Ayemi- Botu
  • Lagos Council Polls: APC Is Shifting Its Crisis To PDP — Adewale, Chairman, Sheriff-Led PDP
  • Ministers Solicit Corporate Council On Africa For Greater FDI Inflow
  • Ministry develops indigenous voting machine to tackle challenges of elections
  • Echiejile Storms Camp
  • Eagles ‘ll wreck Bafana in Uyo – NFF boss


  • Arewa Youth Orde Igbo: Leave Our Land
  • Osinbajo, Saraki, others attend Reps’ anniversary lecture
  • Don’t lose hope, Dickson tells PDP members
  • $1.5bn loan: Osinbajo seeks NASS’ approval for 10 states
  • Cartels running commercial banks –Senate
  • Aisha returns without Buhari
  • Robbers raid banks in Osun
  • Ikoyigate: Court orders permanent forfeiture of recovered $43.4m, £27,800, N23.2m to FG
  • Anambra’s giant strides on environment
  • Buhari on track –Adesina
  • Obiano denies funding IPOB, MASSOB
  • ‘Nipost’ll leverage ICT tools for revenue generation
  • Boko Haram: Ndume has case to answer, FG tells court
  • Senate probes $1bn Ogoni cleanup


  • N19tn debt: NESG, Utomi, Rewane, others call for caution
  • Ghost workers: EFCC arraigns family members for manipulating FG’s payroll
  • 2.1 million Nigerians lost their jobs in 2016 –NBS
  • Groups give Ndigbo three months to leave North, Ohanaeze kicks
  • Is FG’s reason for disobedience to court orders justified?
  • AGF charges Lagos, Ogun pupils, teachers’ kidnappers with terrorism
  • FIRS VAT contract’ll boost tax revenue –Fowler
  • Army accused of shielding soldiers over vandalised N63m cables
  • FCT demolishes newspapers distributors’ stands
  • Ndume denies supporting B’Haram, FG insists on senator’s complicity
  • NDDC projects designed to enrich individuals, says Osinbajo
  • We will hurt Eagles in Uyo – Bafana
  • Okowa promises to complete Asaba Stadium
  • American coaches leave over unpaid salaries
  • La Liga seals Nigerian deal
  • Player recalls Tiote collapse


  • Court Orders Permanent Forfeiture of Ikoyi Billions
  • Aisha Buhari Returns, Says Husband Thankful for Osinbajo’s Loyalty
  • Unemployment Rises to 14.2% in Q4 2016
  • Osinbajo Seeks N’Assembly’s Approval for $1.50bn States’ Foreign Loan Request
  • Germany Expresses Interest in Digitisation of Nigerian Film
  • South Africa Plunges into Recession
  • Nigeria Records Positive Trade Balance, Exports Rise to N3.01tn in Q1
  • No Plan to Raise Petrol Pump Price by N5, Says PPPRA
  • Ita-Giwa Wants FG, Ayade to Investigate Distribution of Relief Materials to IDPs
  • Okowa Solicits EU Support to Relocate Oil Firms to N’Delta
  • Ganduje Moves to Reconcile Dogara, Jibrin
  • Senate: 28-30% Interest Rate Hurting SMEs, Economy
  • FG, Bayelsa Unveil $3.6bn Fertilizer and Petrochemical Firm in Bayelsa
  • Senate to Investigate Ogoni Clean Up Exercise
  • Taraba Govt Vows to Fish Out Perpetrators of Herdsmen, Farmers Clashes
  • Ortom Appeals to Presidency to Call Miyetti Allah to Order
  • Nwabueze: Self-detemination should Begin with Regional Autonomy
  • Alleged Sponsorship of B’Haram: Ndume Tells Court He Has No Case to Answer


  • Buhari and the burden of leadership
  • A critical review of the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill
  • Operators doubt 80% Internet penetration target
  • Borno Gonernor, Kashim Shettima, shares money in slums
  • Aisha Buhari returns from the UK, says President is recuperating fast
  • Banks hiding stolen funds should be sanctioned – Osinbajo
  • New Political Party – Nwayanwu, Dokpesi, Others Unveil APDA
  • The unfortunate statistic on agriculture and development – Nonso Obikili

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