Read What’s in Nigerian Newspapers Today | December 5 2017

Read What’s in Nigerian Newspapers Today | December 5 2017

Newspaper Headlines December 5 2017 | Nigerian Newspapers | Newspaper Headlines Today| Newspaper Review | What is in the Newspapers Today  

The following TRENDING STORIES made headlines in Nigerian Newspapers on Tuesday, December 5 2017. Reviewed dailies are The Punch, Premium Times, The Sun, The Nation, Thisday, The Authority, The Guardian, The Daily Tribune, and others. Read Today’s Newspaper Headlines – December 5 2017 below.

Court admits INEC’s statements in N30m bribery case
Metuh gets last chance to serve Jonathan with subpoena
Boy, crippled by Boko Haram, returns to Abuja, walking
Rivers assembly suspends APC lawmaker
I’ll unite rival PDP factions –George
PDP panel bans presidential ticket campaign at convention
250,000 new cancer cases recorded yearly in Nigeria –FG
Terror alert: FG vows to protect citizens, foreigners
2019: Perish your dreams, MASSOB tells Buhari, Atiku
Ex-commissioner berates N’Assembly for concealing wages
Pollution is world’s biggest killer, says UN
Court orders ex-gov Nnamani’s arrest for alleged N5.3bn fraud
Ogun loses N5bn monthly to illegal revenue agents –Amosun
Southsouth governors insist on Secondus for PDP chair
Boko Haram victim after Dubai surgery: I want to be a policeman
Fuel queues resurface
Failure of govt cause of killings, says Sultan
Why war against malaria is failing, by experts
Road maintenance: How far can tolling go?
I’m most qualified to lead PDP, says Secondus
We’ll sustain Made-in-Nigeria patronage campaign, says Fed Govt
Witness: I was framed for not backing Fayose
Ex-First Lady Patience Jonathan’s $15.591m case for Jan 19
Appeal Court affirms Olafeso as Southwest PDP’s chief

IG orders reorganisation, probe of SARS nationwide
Cocoa farmers accuse FG of procuring substandard inputs
Ugwuanyi swears in 17 new council chairmen
Gunmen kill man during mother’s burial in Edo
Nigeria has a great future, says Shonekan
‘Government’s new import, export guideline to increase cost, delay at ports’
Police in Lagos begin implementation of panel recommendations on human rights abuses
Persons with disabilities charge government on inclusive policies
Experts move to tackle Internet policy gaps in Africa
Senate inaugurates committee to end HIV/AIDS scourge by 2030
Diplomacy, panacea to Nigeria’s crisis, say experts
UN tasks Nigeria to tackle social issues to stem migration

Makarfi: No Deal Made With Atiku as Precondition for His Return
Chibok Boy, Ali Ahmadu, Returns to Nigeria After Successful Surgery in UAE
Stanbic IBTC Retains AAA National Fitch Ratings
Court Orders Arrest of Severely Sick Nnamani
Senator Ayo Arise Kidnapped, Abductors Demand N80m Ransom
Buhari Returns to Abuja after Attending Counter-terrorism Summit in Jordan
To Stem Growing Fuel Queues, Kachikwu Orders Release of Products in Storage
Lagos Police Begins Implementation of Panel Recommendation on Human Right Abuses

We won’t roll with Atiku in the mud – Presidency
I want Jonathan to testify despite threats to my life, Metuh tells court
Teacher killed for flogging student in Anambra
Breaking: Charly Boy group protests in handcuffs, chains over Libya slave trade
14 banks incur N368.3bn bad loans in 9 months
Nigeria suffering from broken public finance — Soludo
Jonathan not maintaining dignity after leaving office — Oyegun
PDP chairmanship: Makarfi denies concession for Atiku
Senate gives Totals Nigeria one week to supply details of $16bn Ekwue email
FG abandoned Ekwueme in London hospital —CD
Ayade providing Cross River dynamic leadership —Dokpesi
Court orders arrest of former Enugu Governor, Nnamani

Nigerians buy, sell Nigerians in Libya –Envoy
South South sustained PDP during crisis –Wike
Kerosene explosion kills 2 in Riverside
PDP: No concession for Atiku –Makarfi
I almost fled Nigeria in 2016 –Buhari
No govt money traced to former FCT minister’s account —EFCC witness
Farmers/Fulani clash: Northern rulers, South East chiefs blame FG
Mixed reactions trail Atiku’s return to PDP
MASSOB bombshell: Nigeria’ll split into 3 in 2019.

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