Top Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today [June 5 2017]

Top Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today [June 5 2017]

In The Newspapers on June 5.

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.

THISDAY

  • Presidency to Sue N’Assembly over Power of Appropriation
  • NNPC Incurs Losses as Marketers Shun Petrol Importation
  • Life Lessons: Setback Shouldn’t Be The End Of Life
  • Zenith Bank’s Eurobond Four Times Oversubscribed
  • Petition Against Physiotherapist Who Abused Special Needs Toddler Gets 9,000 Signatures
  • Three Ex-NPA Officials, Jonathan’s Aide Named in $20m Bribery Scandal in…
  • Onnoghen Appoints Hadizatu Mustapha Chief Registrar of Supreme Court
  • IPOB: Arresting Kanu Again will Spark Problems for Nigeria
  • NJC Recalls Justices Okoro, Abba Aji, Ademola, 3 Other Suspended Judges
  • Rann Bombing: ‘We’ve Nothing to Hide, Says Air Force
  • Police Arrest Suspected Kidnappers in Ondo
  • Senate to Meet with CBN over High Interest Rate
  • FG Raises Alarm over Spiralling ‘Fake News

DAILYTRUST

  • Buhari is recovering fast, Kalu says after London visit
  • Crimes surge as more agencies bear arms
  • Osinbajo: Allegations of nepotism against me unfair, laughable
  • CSOs demand Magu removal over EFCC’s anti-graft war
  • Supreme Court gets new Registrar
  • Nigeria absent as Israeli PM attends ECOWAS summit
  • Igbo group wants probe of IPOB sponsors
  • FG: Beware of fake news
  • Ramadan: Pope urges religious harmony
  • NYSC to resuscitate state farms – DG

THE SUN

  • There’s plot to destabilise Nigeria –FG
  • Ekiti fuel crisis: Fayose, oil marketers reach truce
  • We won’t impose candidate on Anambra – APC
  • 2019: MASSOB threatens to stop polls in South East, Kogi, Benue
  • MAN, ACCI, others kick against proposed N5 fuel levy
  • Kidnappers relocate abducted Lagos students
  • South East senators plan new devt commission bill
  • Buhari I met in London fast recovering –Kalu
  • FG secures $50m loan for Enugu/Nsukka water scheme
  • There’s plot to destabilise Nigeria –FG
  • Osinbajo opens conference on illicit financial flows, asset recovery today

PUNCH

  • Senate plans to invite CBN, banks over high interest rates
  • Alleged bribery tape: Melaye, judge must come clean, says Adeyemi
  • Falana writes Osinbajo, wants officials sanctioned for El-Zakzaky’s detention
  • Reps open public hearing on alleged $17bn stolen crude today
  • ‘Piety, prayers, solutions to Nigeria’s problems’
  • London attack sickening atrocity –Osinbajo
  • FG laments increase in homosexuality, wearing of dreadlocks
  • Jonathan’s godson threatens EFCC with N10bn suit
  • Presidency not wrong by delayed budget signing – Rep
  • Robbers kill bank agent, withdraw N2m from account
  • Lagos pupils’ abduction: Police locate kidnappers’ den, victims

VANGUARD

  • Buhari would return to Nigeria before June 11th – Kalu
  • External Reserve Falls By $535m In
  • Emir Of Kano And The Aborted Tsunami
  • AFCON Qualifier: Eagles’ Preparations Halfway Through
  • A-Ibom LG Boss Arrested Over Scribe’s Death
  • N56,000 minimum wage: Our patience is running out – NLC President, Wabba
  • A-Ibom LG Boss Arrested Over Scribe’s Death
  • Ekiti 2018: I’ll step down if you find a better legislator — Daramola

GUARDIAN

  • Presidency trims expected earnings from non-oil sector
  • Stakeholders call for review of customs duties, taxes on trade
  • Nigeria may become dumpsite as Europe adopts green vehicles
  • New bill won’t lead to fuel price increase, says Saraki
  • Three Oshodi NURTW factional leaders arrested over crisis
  • Okowa tasks Deltans on rice production
  • Journalist beaten to stupor over Facebook post
  • Aisha Buhari pledges commitment to welfare of women, children
  • Jonathan’s godson threatens N10 billion suit against EFCC
  • Eagles hit Uyo today as Ramadan fast threatens team’s preparations
  • Academics wade into bankers’, surveyors’ feud

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