July 6 2017: Today’s Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria

July 6 2017: Today’s Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria

Newspaper Headlines For Thursday July 7.

The Following Stories Made headlines in Nigerian Newspapers on Thursday, July 6, 2017. Among others, the following were reviewed: The Sun Newspaper, Vanguard Newspaper, Punch Newspaper, The Nation Newspaper, Thisday Newspaper, Authority Newspaper, Telegraph Newspaper, Tribune Newspaper and Leadership Newspaper.

THE SUN

  • Publish names of looters, court orders FG
  • Senate laments bad state of Enugu airport
  • FG not sure when recession’ll end, Udoma tells APC leadership
  • Malabu oil deal: Reps request Jonathan to testify
  • We’ll resolve face-off with Senate – Presidency
  • Navy moves against kidnappers in Lagos
  • Ahead Nigeria, Cameroon double header : Akpeyi gets Rohr’s red card
  • Vaccines: Local production vital for health security
  • Ritual killings in Ikorodu : Why OPC joined forces with police, by Gani Adams
  • Controversy trails Customs e-auction
  • Obasanjo, Gowon should drive restructuring process – ECA
  • Stakeholders make fresh demands on new national gas policy

TRIBUNE

  • Fresh Presidency, Senate crisis will be resolved amicably —Lai Mohammed
  • FEC approves four projects for FCT
  • 7/7 anniversary: Palpable fear in Ogun communities over impending cult clashes
  • Court orders FG to release names of public officers in recovered funds
  • Uncertainty trails conduct of 2018 census
  • Mob sets ablaze suspected Badoo member in Ogun
  • Our target is to redirect Nation’s economy ―FG
  • FG inaugurates committee to end farmers/herdsmen clasH
  • To say Buhari should resign is cheap talk —Okorocha
  • Enugu gov woos Igbo industrialists for investment
  • Over 60 erosion sites discovered in Anambra
  • No space for Badoo gang in Ogun ―CP
  • NSCDC official, two others bag 6 years imprisonment for robbery

LEADERSHIP

  • Melaye: Lawyers Fault Senate, Say Power To Recall Lies With INEC
  • Calls For Restructuring Mere Political Deceit – Kogi Gov
  • Nigeria Set To Issue N135bn Bonds – DMO
  • NNPC Secures $2bn Discounts On Renegotiated Upstream Contracts
  • Osinbajo: Rift With Senate Will Be Resolved Soon – Presidency
  • Human Trafficking: 3 Persons Convicted In Makurdi
  • Gov Al-Makura flags Off Sales Of Fertilizer To Farmers In Nasarawa
  • Senate Moves Against Boko Haram Attacks on University Of Maiduguri
  • Reps invite ex-President Jonathan over $1bn Malabu oil scam
  • ‘We Spent N50m On Nyanya Bus Terminal Repair’
  • 32 Ships Laden With Petroleum Products, Food Items, To Arrive Lagos Ports

PUNCH

  • Magu’s confirmation controversy: Osinbajo’s statement, a personal opinion, say AGF, Buhari’s aide
  • Reps panel invites Jonathan over $1.1bn Malabu oil scandal
  • GoFundMe donations now ready for disbursement to hero cop’s widow, others
  • Herdsmen killed 1,878 Benue people in three years –Ortom
  • More Badoo suspects lynched in Ogun, Lagos
  • Lagos pupils’ abduction: Kidnappers break silence, promise to free children
  • Court hears Evans’ case against police July 13
  • FG will publish looters’ names, says Malami
  • Restructuring: Nigeria in terminal crisis, says Afenifere
  • Yari has no link with $3m Lagos hotel – NGF
  • More Nigerians in their 30s are hypertensive — Cardiologist
  • 2017 budget: Senate awaits Reps’ action on Fashola
  • Man in court for allegedly defiling daughter
  • Okagbare qualifies for London 2017 long jump
  • Mikel causes a stir

THE NATION

  • Governors angry as EFCC is set to recover $3m refund
  • Stop ‘shadow-boxing’ Yari, NGF tells EFCC
  • Probe unmasks Evans police allies
  • ‘Olubadan not forced to accept chieftaincy review’
  • Police foil robbers’ attack on bullion van in Ondo
  • Budget comments: Senate attacks Fashola
  • Bike accident: LAUTECH loses student
  • NBA faults calls for nation’s break up
  • A’Court reserves ruling on Metuh’s request for Dasuki as witness
  • Mob kill Badoo suspect in Ogun, set corpse ablaze
  • Senate seeks more funds for completion of East/West road
  • Power firms worry over N700b loan
  • FG to issue N135 bn bonds on July 12 – DMO

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