July 7 2017: Today’s Newspapers Headlines in Nigeria

July 7 2017: Today’s Newspapers Headlines in Nigeria

Newspaper Headlines For Friday July 7.

The Following Stories Made headlines in Nigerian Newspapers on Friday, July 7, 2017. Among others, the following were reviewed: The Sun Newspaper, Vanguard Newspaper, Punch Newspaper, The Nation Newspaper, Thisday Newspaper, Authority Newspaper, Telegraph Newspaper, Tribune Newspaper and Leadership Newspaper.

In The Newspapers on May 26

 

*PUNCH NEWSPAPER*

  • Anticipating changing Boko Haram terror tactics
  • Entrepreneurs and their social support channels
  • 20 stocks appreciate as market records marginal gain
  • Airtel CEO lists conditions for telcos’ listing

*NEW NIGERIAN NEWSPAPERS*

  • Magu Remains Acting Chairman EFCC-Osinbajo
  • How Rumour Sparked-off Mambila Communal Clash – Gov Darius Ishaku
  • ‘Ajimobi Didn’t Force Oba Adetunji, Olubadan In Council Members To Accept Ibadan Chieftaincy Law Review’
  • Communal Violence: Osinbajo Orders Security Reinforcement
  • Commonwealth Youth Games: Ministry Of Sports To Spend Over N37m Extra On Plan B
  • US ‘Prepared’ To Use Force Against North Korea After Long-range Missile Test
  • I’m Not In Support Of Ibadan Chietaincy Law Review, Olubadan Insists
  • Kano Govt Renames Varsity Maitama Sule University
  • Riots: Zambian President Declares State Of Emergency
  • Lalong Recalls Over 2,000 Teachers Sacked By Jang
  • Imo Pensioners Floor Okorocha In Court
  • Ogun Warns Against Use Of Cricket Pitch For Church Services, Social Functions
  • Contribute Your Quota To Development Of Society, Osinbajo Tasks Nigerians
  • Ogun Assembly Passes Resolution Enforcing Safety On Roads
  • 478,125 New Contraceptive Users Needed To Achieve 26.8% CPR In Kaduna State – NURHI
  • SWAN Seeks N10m Financial Support For Member Involved In Accident
  • Kaduna Electric Laments Energy, Equipment Theft
  • SMEDAN, OLOP Partnership Shows Promises Of Taking Nigeria Out Of Reccession
  • International NGO Donates Hypertension Drugs Worth N15m To Kaduna State
  • Ekiti Chief Judge Frees 19 Inmates Awaiting Trial
  • Free Zakzaky Campaign Committee Frowns Against Court Judgment On Zakzaky, Wife
  • Alleged N650million 2015 Election Fund: Former FCT Minister, Sen Adeseun, Ottiti Granted Bail
  • NAF Pilots Manoeuvre Helicopter From Damages
  • Need To Boost Non-oil Sector Emphasized In Katsina
  • Ogun: 10 Perish In Ghastly Road Accident
  • Katsina To Construct 10 Nomadic Schools, Health Clinics At Rugu Forest
  • Etsu Nupe Laments Epileptic Power Supply
  • Cement Price To Crash Soon – BUA Boss

*THIS DAY*

  • Uduaghan Advocates State Police, Review of Revenue Sharing Formula
  • AIB to Take Late Suntai’s Crashed Aircraft Engine to Manufacturer
  • Edo Govt, CAN, Others Reject Grazing Bill
  • Court Dismisses El-Zakzaky’s N2bn Suit

*DAILY TRUST*

  • Polytechnic pensioners give FG 21 days ultimatum
  • Tips for retirement
  • Plateau launches investment promotion agency
  • NSE: Enabling business environment will encourage telcos to list Airtel CEO

*AUTHENTIC NEWS DAILY*

  • 478,125 New Contraceptive Users Needed To Achieve 26.8% CPR In Kaduna State – NURHI
  • Commonwealth Youth Games: Ministry Of Sports To Spend Over N37m Extra On Plan B
  • US ‘prepared’ to use force against North Korea after long-range missile test
  • Kaduna Electric Laments Energy, Equipment Theft

*TRIBUNE*

  • Beware of fraudulent task force operatives ‘Oyo govt tells property owners
  • Lagos PDP ready for July 22 LG poll ‘Chairman
  • Why Hembe’s replacement is yet to be sworn in ‘Reps spokesperson
  • N918m fraud: Ex-EFCC detective tells court how ‘pastor’ allegedly scammed Titi Atiku

*THE NATION*

  • Osinbajo: Magu stays
  • Why President insists on Magu as EFCC boss
  • Anger over Lagos-Ibadan road vote slash
  • Saraki’s CCT acquittal: Fed Govt completes record transmission

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