Top Nigerian Newspaper Headlines for June 2, 2017

Top Nigerian Newspaper Headlines for June 2, 2017

In The Newspapers on June 2.

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 The Newspapers on May 27

VANGUARD

  • Armed bandits unleash terror on Benin-Ore road
  • Reps in rowdy session over S’East Devt Commission Bill
  • We won’t pass PIB piecemeal like Senate — Reps
  • C-River Industrial Park’ll Become Africa’s Business Hub —Osinbajo
  • Sports Ministry Moves To Scuttle Basketball Leagues
  • Nigerians are tired of promises; they want to see results, says Archbishop
  • Fayemi asks court to restrain Fayose, others from probing his govt
  • Man Rubs Salt, Pepper Into Housemaid’s Injuries In Aba
  • PenCom: Reject Osinbajo’s Appointee, Igbo Group Tells Senate
  • FG Urges Global Community To Return Stolen Funds, Assets

THE SUN

  • Outrage as deadly gang, Badoo, butchers man, wife, children
  • Drivers shut down Benin-Lagos highway
  • Rowdy session as Reps reject South East development bill
  • Fresh crisis hits Ondo APC as party suspends chairman
  • 4 feared dead in Lagos Island gang fight
  • Governors raise the alarm over killer rice
  • Senate mulls tax on fuel
  • 50 years on: An ode to the land of the rising sun and Nigeria’s inconvenient truth (2)
  • Obiano has lived up to his name ‘Akpokuedike’

THISDAY

  • Don’t Compromise Nation’s Unity, Osinbajo Tells Nigerians
  • Eagles Maintain Unbeaten Streak, Soar over Hawks
  • With N49tn Import Bill, FG Looks Inwards for Goods and Services
  • Equities Market Gains N1.3tn in May on Sustained Investor Confidence
  • House to Pass PIB to Include Host Communities’ Interests, Fiscal Regime
  • In Line With Executive Order, NPA to Make Ports’ Business Cheaper
  • Russia to Supply Nigeria Military Hardware, Helicopters for Fight Against Boko Haram
  • Fayemi Goes to Court, Seeks Dissolution of Judicial Panel
  • House to Pass PIB to Include Host Communities’ Interests, Fiscal Regime
  • Outrage over Mandela Washington Fellow’s Abuse of Special Needs Toddler
  • In Line With Executive Order, NPA to Make Ports’ Business Cheaper
  • Russia to Supply Nigeria Military Hardware, Helicopters for Fight Against Boko Haram
  • Court Grants Ajumogobia, Obla’s Request to Travel Abroad for Medical Treatment.

GUARDIAN

  • Yobe spends N15.8 billion on fighting Boko Haram insurgency
  • Groups seek immediate removal of Magu
  • American Embassy honours Nigerian TechWomen
  • AGF urges dismissal of suit against right to register marriages
  • Reps reject bill to establish South-East Development Commission
  • Court okays foreign medical trips for Ofili-Ajumogobia, Obla
  • Senate panel okays fuel price increase, others
  • Nigeria Central Switch records N64tr electronic deals
  • Okah, Nwabueze have case to answer, says court
  • Musa fires brace as Eagles hammer Togo 3-0
  • Telcos send SoS to NCC, say we are dying

PUNCH

  • Ooni, Falae chart pathway out of recession
  • Police arrest serial killers in Bauchi
  • My abductors almost slaughtered me –Kano Rep
  • Osun doctors threaten strike over half salaries
  • FG sends medical officials to monitor pilgrims
  • One month after, Osinbajo yet to inaugurate new ministers
  • Pollution: We’ll go after expatriates, say N’Delta militants
  • Court grants Justice Ajumogobia, Obla leave to travel abroad
  • Alleged bribery tape: Anti-graft group asks EFCC to probe Melaye, judge
  • Chaos as House rejects S’East development bill
  • IITA establishes research farm in Osun
  • Marriage registry: FG urges court to dismiss LGs suit
  • Govs raise the alarm over harmful rice importation

THE NATION

  • N19b, $86m refund probe sparks anti-Magu protest
  • Activists condemn Anti-Magu rally
  • Dollar crashes to N368/$1
  • Senate fails to confirm Buhari’s 12 INEC nominees
  • Tight race as UK heads for poll
  • Travellers stranded as drivers protest killings on Benin-Lagos road
  • Ex-Aviation Minister Chidoka advocates new charter for Nigeria
  • Smart-Cole disagrees with Okunnu on Lagos history
  • 2010 Independence Day blast: Court insists Okah must face trial
  • Enforcing the ‘Change’ agenda through public service reform
  • LUTH bars resident doctors from repossessing sealed secretariat
  • 44 Nigerians, Ghanaians among 92 dead migrants
  • Omatseye: companies are using these realities to project their products

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