NEWSPAPER Headlines For Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Newspaper Headlines For May 10.

Read Stories that made headlines in Nigerian newspapers Today. The Following Dailies were reviewed, Daily Sun, The Punch, Vanguard, The Telegraph, Authority, The Nation, Premium Times, Thisday and Others.


  • Medical vacation: Controversy over Buhari’s letter to NASS
  • Senate gets harmonised 2017 budget
  • Shot Ughelli police area commander dies
  • Tension in N’Delta over revocation of oil blocks allocated to indigenes
  • Ikoyigate: NSA, NIA, EFCC, CBN shun reps probe
  • Pro Saraki, Dogara protesters storm National Assembly
  • Agip to build 15,000 capacity refinery in Port Harcourt
  • Rivers rerun: Wike floors police
  • Anambra: Golden Tulip berths, takes over Agulu Lake Hotel


  • Bishop knocks politicians at Awolowo 30th memorial service
  • Court dismisses N190m fraud suit against Oronsaye
  • Court sentences 15-year-old killer herdsman to death for murder
  • Magu’s visit to Rivers CJ an honest gesture – EFCC
  • How we found $9.8m, £74,000 in ex-NNPC boss’ house – Witness
  • Enugu Assembly okays life pension for ex-govs, deputies
  • $5bn fraud: Senate rejects withdrawal of petition against Chevron
  • We’ll rely on third party information on Buhari’s health – Spokesman
  • NAPTIP laments dwindling Ejigbo population
  • Ifeanyi Ubah sues DSS, seeks release from detention
  • LASG plans lay-bys to solve traffic congestion
  • Lagos to criminalise power theft
  • Govt meets hoteliers, club owners on noise pollution


  • N’Assembly Increases 2017 Budget by N143bn, to Pass Spending Bill Thursday
  • Nigerians Express Outrage as British Artist, Damien Hirst, Copies Ife Sculpture…
  • FG, Agip to Sign Unbelievable $15bn Refinery, Power Project Deal for…
  • Swiss Govt Opens Up on Why It Helped in Negotiating Chibok Girls’ Release
  • IMF Seeks Strong, Sound Policy Measures to Restart Nigeria, Sub-Saharan Africa’s Growth
  • Ikoyi Billions: House C’ttee Issues 24-hour Ultimatum to NIA DG
  • NLNG: Amendment of Act Will Portray Nigeria as Promise Breaker
  • Court Clears Oronsaye of Corruption Charges
  • PDP Intact, No Decision to Join New Party, Says BoT
  • Fuel Subsidy Probe: DSS Video Shows Farouk Lawan Receiving Bribe from Otedola
  • Rivers Re-run Election Crisis: Court Declares Police Probe Panel Illegal
  • CBN Approves $100m for Sale at SMIS
  • Oil Workers Threaten to Shut Down ExxonMobil Operations
  • Borno Governor, Chibok Elders Meet 82 Freed Schoolgirls
  • Court Orders DSS to Produce Ifeanyi Ubah on Friday


  • Osinbajo is Ag. President
  • Chibok community to govt: force girls out of terrorists’ den
  • National Assembly raises budget by N143b
  • Falana, AIED review Buhari’s letter
  • House passes contentious NLNG Bill
  • Alleged N190m fraud: Court discharges Oronsaye
  • Imo, Osun, Oyo top JAMB UTME exam applicants
  • Politics should be about service, says Ambode
  • Man gets death sentence for killing father
  • ‘N11b fuel theft’: Court orders DSS to produce Ubah
  • ‘I’ll bring in foreign investors to boost revenue’
  • Nigerian Breweries appoints Doyer MD
  • NI5b trust fund for Ondo


  • ‘Rivers police probe panel is illegal’
  • Senate receives 2017 budget report
  • Reps pass NLNG Bill to end gas flaring, protect environment
  • Court orders DSS to produce Ifeanyi Ubah May 12
  • Nigeria at the crossroads, say Soludo, Obiozor, others
  • Buhari’s medical vacation lawful, says Ozekhome
  • Senate chides Buhari for calling VP ‘coordinator’
  • IMF urges CBN to implement flexible forex regime
  • Trump sacks FBI director, sparking firestorm
  • Nigeria remains hotspot as pirates kidnap 58 seafarers
  • Court orders DSS to produce Ifeanyi Ubah May 12
  • Nigeria at the crossroads, say Soludo, Obiozor, others
  • Buhari’s medical vacation lawful, says Ozekhome
  • Senator hopeful of remaining Chibok girls’ release
  • Reps summon Oke, Emefiele, Magu, Monguno over Ikoyigate
  • JAMB registers 1.7m candidates for UTME
  • Bayelsa community takes Agip’s ENI to Italian court, seeks compensation for oil spill
  • Okowa kicks off free eye screening in Isoko, declines chieftaincy titles
  • Court discharges Steve Oronsaye on alleged N190 million fraud.
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