June 20: Today’s Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria

June 20: Today’s Newspaper Headlines in Nigeria

Newspapers Headlines on June 20.

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.

THE SUN

  • Quit notice: Plot to destabilise Osinbajo – IPOB elders
  • Arewa youths write FG
  • 350 businessmen owe banks N2.5trn – AMCON
  • Nigeria’s survival lies on restructuring –Nwabueze
  • 2019 northern youths shortlist Atiku, Saraki, Lamido, others for presidency
  • Suspected kidnap kingpin, Master, 7 others nabbed
  • Ondo APC leader found dead after being kidnapped
  • Why we sacked LGs –Akwa Ibom govt
  • I inherited N37.9bn debt from Amaechi –Wike
  • 17 killed in Borno suicide attacks

THE PUNCH

  • ‘Nigerians in UK parliament’
  • One dies, four injured as traders clash in FCT
  • Lagos, Ogun pupils, teachers’ alleged kidnappers face trial today
  • Court dismisses Metuh’s application for stay of proceedings
  • EFCC accuses ex-naval captain of N90m fraud
  • Two killed in Rivers traders, task force clash
  • Buhari’s utterances emboldened anti-Igbo campaigners, says Fayose
  • Amaechi angry because they call me Mr. Project – Wike
  • Female suicide bombers attack Borno, kill 17
  • Newspaper publishers still bitter over Dasuki loot – EFCC
  • C’River workers strike over doctored agreement
  • NSCIA faults hajj fare hike, FG involvement
  • Deeper Life backs FG’s graft war

THE NATION

  • Paris refund: Firm returns governor’s N500m to EFCC
  • SON seizes N8b fake cables in Lagos
  • Fed Govt raises $300m from Diaspora Bond
  • Oyo govt to install CCTV cameras in Ibadan
  • Ondo APC chieftain found dead after kidnap
  • How to fund Budget 2017, by AMCON
  • Herbert Heelas Macaulay and his relevance to the excellence of Lagos
  • Judge remands Suswam, two others in prison over alleged diversion of N9.69b
  • The cure for extreme poverty and corruption in Nigeria
  • Slow justice dispensation bad, says Osinbajo
  • Tboss, Kemen reconcile after #BBNaija grouse
  • Ramadan may end on Sunday, says NASRDA
  • Eid-il-Fitri: NCWS, cleric advise traders against hike in food prices

THISDAY

  • Northern Group Writes Osinbajo, Urges Him to Allow Biafra Republic
  • CBN Injects $195m into Forex Market
  • Osinbajo Rounds off Meetings with North, South-east, Says Both Agreed Nigeria Must Not Break
  • Nigeria’s Afrobeats Music Scene is Booming, But Profits Go to Pirates
  • In a First Diaspora Bond, FG Successfully Raises $300m
  • FG to Release N350bn Immediately for Capital Projects
  • Dangote Foundation, Army Erase Relics of Ikeja Bomb Blasts
  • 16 Killed in Multiple Suicide Attacks on Borno Village

VANGUARD

  • Budget: FG to release N350bn capital allocation
  • Alleged N9.79bn fraud: Suswam docked, secures N5000m bail
  • Evans’ wife hasn’t visited home since she got married – Brother
  • Separatist Agitations: Set up truth, reconciliation commission, Prof Nwabueze tells Buhari
  • N-Delta youths to shut oil operations over concession of PH refinery
  • Some 2017 budget provisions violate the constitution, says Fashola
  • DAY 27: Ambode, police re-strategise to free kidnapped students
  • Oil price rises to $44.58, still threatens 2017 budget benchmark
  • Why foreign investors shun Nigeria’s electricity industry
  • 15 policemen escaped death as herdsmen attack Falae’s farm again
  • Naira stable at $364/$ as CBN injects $195m

GUARDIAN

  • No going back on deadline for Igbo, say northern youths
  • Reps probe Obafemi Awolowo University over alleged N4.603b unremitted funds
  • Osinbajo seeks measures for speedy judicial process
  • FCT court rejects Olisa Metuh’s application for stay of proceedings, release of passport
  • Grazing reserve not solution to herdsmen’s menace, says Gowon
  • Five suicide bombers kill 12 in Borno State
  • Senate orders committee to start treating petitions on corruption
  • CJN urges against unnecessary filing of cases
  • 350 persons still owe AMCON N2.5 trillion
  • Group tasks government on education for all children, canvasses new policies
  • Physician testifies in journalist’s suit against customs over assault
  • Peter Obi hails Nigeria’s judiciary.

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