June 13 2017: Today’s Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria

June 13 2017: Today’s Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria

Nigerian Newspapers Headlines on June 13.

Before heading to the newspaper stand this morning, check out the Stories that made headlines today. We reviewed headlines from The Punch, Vanguard, The Sun, This Day, The Nation, Authority, Tribune, Daily Sun and Other national dailies.

PUNCH

  • Melaye rally turns bloody as poly student dies
  • Osinbajo in Anambra, blames govt for ethnic agitations
  • Psychiatric test for traffic lawbreakers begins July 1 –FRSC
  • Osun senatorial race: APC NWC upturns Hussain’s disqualification
  • 232 Aso Rock riot policemen posted to N’East, other states
  • Methodist church berates northern youths over Igbo threat
  • Reps bicker over allocation of committee jobs
  • Don’t leave North, APC tells Igbo
  • Self determination inevitable without restructuring, says Ohanaeze
  • Opadokun kicks as Al-Mustapha says NADECO chief, others know Abiola’s killers
  • EFCC operatives invade The SUN Newspaper
  • Budget padding: EFCC begins probe of Dogara, others, to grill Jibrin
  • Governors’ removal during state of emergency unlawful –Saraki

THISDAY

  • NERC to Disband Boards of Discos over Poor Performance
  • Condemnation Trails EFCC’s Invasion of The Sun
  • Osinbajo Signs 2017 Budget
  • In Landmark Judgment, S’Court Rules Against Granting Stay in Criminal Trials
  • FG to Reinstate Projects Tampered With in Budget, Osinbajo Signs
  • Trump Administration Set to Release Boko Haram Plan
  • UBA’s Debut $500m Eurobond Oversubscribed by 240%
  • Five Feared Dead in Kogi as Melaye Escapes Second Assassination Attempt
  • NERC to Disband Boards of Discos over Poor Performance
  • Condemnation Trails EFCC’s Invasion of The Sun

GUARDIAN

  • Osinbajo signs 2017 budget, release of funds begins soon
  • ‘Government should recognise Abiola as president’
  • Osinbajo blames agitations on failure to provide basic needs
  • Army kill Boko Haram leader, rescue nine children
  • EFCC invades The Sun, media outfit heads to Appeal Court
  • Two feared killed at Melaye’s anti-government rally
  • Miyetti Allah cattle breeders protest against anti-grazing bill
  • Charly Boy leads protest to demand good governance
  • Britain’s May apologises to own MPs for election ‘mess’

VANGUARDS

  • Quit notice: …Osinbajo’s silence fuelling drumbeats of war — Junaid
  • I am confident 2017 Budget will deliver positive economic growth – Osinbajo
  • The Sun sues EFCC over invasion of premises
  • 3 dead, 5 injured as Dino Melaye’s protest turned bloody in Kogi
  • Worry, as Evans names bigwigs in kidnap ring
  • Absence of inclusive society responsible for agitations- Osinbajo
  • CBN injects $153.5m as Naira depreciates to N366/$

NATION

  • Security agents comb site in new push against Magu
  • N7.44tr budget ’ll deliver prosperity, says Osinbajo
  • EFCC operatives at The Sun
  • NPA: NDLEA among eight agencies allowed in Ports
  • Why Budget will be tough to implement, by Osinbajo
  • Adeleke, Hussain to battle for Osun West senatorial ticket
  • Prison inmates get drugs, clothing materials
  • Opadokun, others know Abiola’s killers, says Al-Mustapha
  • Abiola’s ideals yet to be realised, says Ajimobi
  • Cleric urges traders to reduce prices of goods
  • Osinbajo approves chairman, members for Conduct Bureau
  • Rotary Club celebrates anniversary with motherless kids
  • Osinbajo: security problems caused by poverty.

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