Nigerian Newspaper Headlines For Today [May 29, 2017]

Nigerian Newspaper Headlines For Today [May 29, 2017]

In The Newspapers on May 29.

Here are the Stories that made headlines in Top Nigerian Newspapers today. We reviewed headlines from The Punch, Vanguard, The Sun, This Day, The Nation, Authority, Tribune, Daily Sun and Other national dailies…


  • Democracy Day: Be ready to make sacrifices, Osinbajo tells Nigerians
  • Increase minimum wage, NLC tells FG
  • Terrorists planning attacks on military bases –Air Force chief
  • Court declares LG marriage certificates illegal
  • Lecturer, four others killed in Benue
  • Anambra community seeks justice as widow loses three sons
  • Economy bleeds as CBN pursues elusive naira stability
  • Is National Assembly doing enough to complement anti-graft war?
  • States producing 5.7 million metric tonnes of rice – DFID
  • APC convention to hold after Ramadan
  • Thugs disrupt APC meeting in A’Ibom


  • Naval chief promises enforcement of Nigeria’s maritime domain
  • High returns on Treasury Bills pose threat to productive activities
  • Kidnapped Lagos students: Abductors demand N400m ransom
  • Why Sterling Bank supported Evander Holyfield/Tinubu fight
  • AMCON to sell Peugeot car assembly plant
  • Kerber crashes out of French Open


  • Osinbanjo to Nigerians: Be ready to make sacrifice
  • Saraki, Dogara urge sustenance of democracy
  • Osinbajo’s executive order will improve business environments- FAAN MD
  • Children’s day: Kaduna children decry domestic violence, child trafficking
  • Economic recession is Buhari’s biggest headache
  • Sanusi deliberately misunderstood on polygamy –C’ttee scribe
  • Anniversary: Atiku seeks more faith in democracy
  • NEMA adopts cash transfer to expand relief intervention
  • How we’ll reduce out of school children in north-east – FAcE-PAM
  • Confusion over death of brothers in Osun
  • Bracelet to encourage child immunisation
  • Two years’ anniversary: Giant footprints of Buhari


  • Buhari’s mid-term report on SME sector: Big strides, little progress
  • NLC urges FG to announce composition of minimum wage c’ttee
  • I had not met Tinubu when he made me commissioner —Osinbajo
  • Youths’ anger may consume us, Obasanjo warns
  • RAID ON EKWEREMADU’S HOUSE: Stop persecution of Ndigbo, Ohanaeze warns APC govt
  • PDP carpets Buhari government @ two
  • Why Boko Haram Succeeded In Recent Attack On NAF Base—CAS
  • Capital Market: Stock Market Investments Crashed By N1.93 Trn
  • FG Has Released N54bn For Pension — Presidency
  • NLC Urges FG To Announce Composition Of Minimum Wage C’ttee
  • Democracy Day: Ugwuanyi Prays For Buhari, Osinbajo
  • Atiku To Nigerians: Be Patient But Improve Choice Of Leaders In Next Election
  • 2019 presidential poll: ‘Ex-President Jonathan ticket might not work’
  • Iheanacho: West Ham Table £20m


  • No Alternative to Democracy, Say Saraki, Dogara, Tinubu, Others
  • Oil Marketers Groan as Matured LCs, Unpaid Subsidy Claims Hit $2Bn
  • …Akpabio: Why APC Failed
  • Despite Weak Economic Indicators in Two Years, Experts Foresee Recovery
  • Life Lessons:No One Is Disadvantaged In Life
  • Lagos Court Bars LGs from Issuing Marriage Certificate
  • Osinbajo: I Never Met Tinubu Before He Appointed Me AG
  • FCT Downscales Work on Vice-President Quarters, to Upgrade Urban Slums
  • A’Ibom Insists on Running LGs with Caretaker Committees
  • Osinbajo, Namadi Sambo Disagree at Zaria Water Inauguration
  • Multinationals, Private Entities to Compulsorily Fund Climate Change Account
  • Ugwuanyi Prays for Buhari, Osinbajo
  • Don’t Contemplate Having Military Back, Atiku Warns Nigerians
  • APC, PDP Disagree on Midterm Scorecard


  • Osinbajo on Democracy Day: let’s make sacrifices
  • Budget: Presidency awaits feedback from MDAs before assent
  • Tinubu: let’s be vigilant
  • Obasanjo warns of looming youth anger
  • Ekweremadu to IPOB, MASSOB: sit-at-home should be optional
  • Capital Oil workers fear job losses
  • Eminent jurist Onalaja dies
  • Democracy is best form of govt, says Dogara
  • Cross River workers begin indefinite strike
  • Ijaw youths reject PIB as Senate passes Bill
  • Please release our kids, parents beg kidnappers
  • ‘UN food for Northeast not hijacked’
  • 2017 ITTF World Championship: Sports ministry fails to lift Team Nigeria to Germany

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