Trending Stories in Nigerian Newspapers Today (September 6)

Newspaper Headlines – September 6.

Here are a breakdown of Stories that have been trending in Nigerian Newspapers Today. Reviewed Newspapers are – The Punch, Vanguard, Daily Sun, The Nation, Guardian, ThisDay, Telegraph, Authority, Tribune, Premium Times and Others.

Today’s Newspapers Headlines

El-Rufai meets S’Kaduna leaders, orders schools’ reopening
Yoruba summit on restructuring holds in Ibadan today
Nigeria will crash without restructuring, Anglican bishop warns
Anambra election: Court orders substituted service on Kanu, IPOB
Nasarawa lawmaker leads protest against poor electricity supply
Benue flood: 4,775 victims register in IDP camp
Kogi Speaker denies barring journalists
The Nation loses correspondent
Benue workers begin strike
Attack: Police comb Zamfara for missing cops
CJN, Okonjo-Iweala, Fayemi, Fayose, others under probe –EFCC
Borno cholera deaths hit 20, 319 more cases reported
Ex-Edo speaker returns cars, to retrieve SUV from buyer

Economic Growth: Don’t lower your guard- Buhari
Doctors’ strike: CMDs to keep hospitals alive
Doctors’ strike: CMDs to keep hospitals alive
Sagay: Bank chiefs aiding corruption should face trial
Recession: Economists express fears, hopes over new status
Biafra agitation is nonsense -Clark
Ayade’s wife joins in farm harvest
Plot to disrupt Anambra poll: Court orders service of processes on Kanu, IPOB
LCCI president, manufacturer urge Nigerians to buy local goods
Case of murder against Ibadan broadcaster adjourned
Man arraigned for ‘stealing’ batteries
Buhari, Nigerien President discuss Boko Haram, others
‘I’ll improve sports facilities in Ondo’
Police chief pledges to arrest priest’s killers

Despite Exiting Recession, FG Admits Growth Remains Fragile
Intel’s Volpi Steps Up Battle Against Wale Tinubu over Control of Oando
With Population Growth at 2.7%, Nigeria Still Not Out of the Woods
FG, NARD Meet Wednesday to Resolve Doctors’ Strike
Anambra Poll: Court Orders Substituted Service on Kanu, IPOB
El-Rufai Orders Reopening of Tertiary Institutions in Southern Kaduna
NANS Gives FG Two Weeks Ultimatum to Resolve ASUU Strike
N180m Contract Debt Judgment Sparks Management Row in ECOWAS Commission
FG, NARD Meet Wednesday to Resolve Doctors’ Strike
Again, FEC Meeting Cancelled over Public Holiday

PDP wants federal, state governments to revisit abandoned projects
El-Rufai orders reopening of tertiary institutions in Southern Kaduna
In Kenya, the heirs are at war
Refugee council raises the alarm over children malnutrition in northeast, others
2Baba brings succour to Benue flood victims, donates food, plans fundraising concert
NMA, resident doctors divided over strike
Nigerians must feel impact of exiting recession, says Buhari
BEDC, Thames, Delta sign MoU for 20MW Isoko power plant
NCC, CAPDAN move against sale of substandard devices
Kwankwaso supporters blame Ganduje, police for attacks
FG cancels today’s FEC meeting
Media group accuses customs of corruption, non-compliance with FOI Act
Akintoye, Gani Adams seek regionalism as way forward for Nigeria
Group urges finance ministry to review tax on tobacco companies
Forex crisis may hamper 2017 Christian pilgrimage

Exit from recession nice if felt by ordinary Nigerians, says Buhari
381 civilians killed in fresh Boko Haram resurgence since April — Amnesty
Anambra Gov Poll: Court asked to restrain Kanu, IPOB
Doctors’ strike: FG moves to resolve disagreement
Nigeria summons S.Africa envoy over police killing claim
55 husbands reported wives for battery in Lagos — Attorney general
Ambode tasks new CP over effective policing of Lagos

2017-09-06T11:34:02+01:00 September 6th, 2017|Newspaper Headlines|0 Comments

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