NEWSPAPER Headlines For Sunday, May 14, 2017

Newspaper Headlines For May 14.

Read the stories that made headlines in THE PUNCH, DAILY SUN, VANGUARD, TELEGRAPH, AUTHORITY, THE  NATION, THISDAY, GUARDIAN, DAILY TRUST and other top Nigerian Dailies…


  • Negotiator reveals: 117 Chibok girls, ‘forgotten female captives’ now left with Boko Haram
  • EBOLA: FG says no cause for alarm, intensifies awareness
  • Army dismisses swapped terrorist’s threat to bomb Abuja
  • 2017 budget to overlap 2018, presidential assent expected immediately
  • How Nigeria ‘lost N2 trillion to poor metering of oil wells’ in two years
  • Network Failure, Other Issues Mar JAMB
  • Three-Months-Old Baby, Two Others Die In Ogun Road Crash
  • Police Are Not Our Friends – Nigerians In Poll
  • Fayose has become Ekiti legend — Shekarau


  • NIGERIA SITTING ON TIME BOMB – Horsfall, pioneer DG, National Intelligence Agency
  • Kano anti-graft commission suspends Sanusi probe
  • Boko Haram’s threat to bomb Abuja real -Security expert
  • Ebola outbreak: FG places health workers on high alert
  • Dangers of eating late night meals
  • Medical feat: Woman, 63, delivers baby in jos
  • Biafra Day : Only God can stop us – IPOB
  • Obasanjo’s wife absent at son’s wedding
  • Girl raped at 9 now has several deformities at 18
  • All eyes on Osinbajo
  • 29 presidents in Beijing for belt and road forum
  • 4 killed in UNIMAID bomb blast
  • Ekiti 2018: You can’t defeat Fayose, Shekarau tells APC


  • Ebola: FG orders compulsory test for fever patients
  • Four abducted Chibok girls pledge alliance to Boko Haram
  • We have confidence in Osinbajo – US, UK
  • My husband beat me mercilessly, stepped on my face and was going to kill me —Mercy Aigbe
  • Family accuses soldiers of torturing breadwinner to death
  • Army arrests soldier who shot judiciary worker
  • I am a Christian, I won’t reply Wike’s insults – Ortom
  • Our accounts not frozen by EFCC – Governors
  • Presidency yet to get 2017 budget details
  • We have confidence in Osinbajo – US, UK
  • If anything happens to Buhari, North will insist on two terms in 2019 – Junaid
  • Lagos police armourer sells arms to militants, attempts suicide


  • Ebola: Nigeria on red alert over Congo outbreak
  • Chibok girl wields AK-47, insists: ‘I’m not returning home’
  • $289m, others: How Jonathan govt overruled CBN board
  • Nigerian surgeon removes woman’s ovary instead of appendix
  • Ikorodu killings: Family in trouble for raising false alarm
  • Kano anti-corruption agency suspends Emir probe
  • 12 killed in Ondo road crash
  • FUTA in joyful mood as Minister suspends VC, Registrar
  • Court orders takeover of Intercontinental Hotel


  • Kano Anti-Corruption Commission Suspends Own Probe of Emir over Assembly Intervention
  • Threat by Released B’Haram Suspect Puts Prisoner Swap Deals in Jeopardy
  • DR Congo Ebola Outbreak: FG Launches Preventive Actions
  • FG Directs Oil Companies to Renew OMLs
  • Oracle: Nigerian Banks, Others Lose N127bn Annually to Cybercrime
  • House: N’Assembly N125bn Budget a Shortfall
  • 10 Hours of Laughter, 1000 VVIPs, 35 Private Jets, Tons of Bi-partisan Goodwill in Minna
  • Amidst Registration Challenges, 57,000 Candidates Commence Week-long UTME Exams Nationwide
  • Tor Tiv: Cattle Ranching Only Solution to Herdsmen/Farmers Clashes
  • FG to Give Preference to Indigenous Consultants
  • Supreme Court Upholds Nomination, Election of Ikpeazu as Abia Governor
  • 3 Die as WHO Declares Ebola Outbreak in Republic of Congo


  • Blast: UniMaid Urges Calm Among Students
  • Presidency: Osinbajo keenly awaiting budget
  • Swapped Boko Haram members appear in new video
  • N13billion: How To Handle NIA’s Case – Albert Horsfall
  • Embattled Nasarawa State NLC Chairman suspends industrial action
  • Hisbah arrests two for raping girl, 12, in Sokoto
  • Cultural diplomacy to end xenophobia in South Africa – FG
  • ‘How Saraki arranged recent meeting with Buhari over health status’
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