Newspaper Headlines Today In Nigeria – Saturday July 14 2018

Newspaper Headlines July 14 2018. Read Newspaper headlines from Vanguard, The Punch, The Nation, Thisday, Premium Times, Guardian, New Nigeria Newspapers and others.

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Newspaper Headlines July 14 2018

Tribune Newspaper

2019: PDP, R-APC, SDP, 36 other parties sign MoU to oust Buhari, adopt CUPP as working name
NLC, NUPTE, picket MTN offices in Oyo, Kano, Abia, Bayelsa, others
Certificate saga: NYSC defends Kemi Adeosun, says ‘she applied for exemption’
2019: It’s better for APC to stop Buhari ―Okupe
I leave the killer of my daughter to God’s judgement ―Oluboyo
2019: I’m joining Ogun governorship race to provide good governance ―Adebutu
DEFECTION: 30 senators, 60 Reps join R-APC
EEDC to tackle mental health education in 6 geopolitical zones
NUC may lift ban on distance learning in varsities
LASG to recover Right of Way (RoW) in Badagry hinterland
184 kids associated with arms transferred to UN authorities
Nigeria’s democracy not mature for state police, Reps aspirant opines

Newspaper Headlines July 7 2018

The Nation Newspaper

2019: PDP, 38 parties form coalition against Buhari
CBN seeks buffers to strengthen banks’ capacity
Land acquisition: Deaf, dumb protest in Ibadan
Police arrest suspected killer of ex-Ondo deputy governor’s daughter
Béninoise police detain 50 Nigerian students, parents claim
Troops kill 15 insurgents in Borno
Labour pickets MTN over anti-workers policies
Our hope, fears over new minimum wage, by Labour
Adamu Ciroma …a man of character
It’s pure deceit, says Buhari Campaign spokesman Keyamo
PDM, AD: we’re not part of the group
APC solution to four years of frustration in Ekiti, says Tinubu
Obasanjo storms PDP rally in Ogun
FCT now Nigeria’s fourth most populous city
Vanguard publisher, varsities to celebrate JP Clark

Vanguard Newspaper

Killings: Armageddon has befallen Nigeria — Southern, Middle Belt leaders
APC waits as PDP, R-APC, ADC, 36 other parties sign MoU
Ortom set to leave APC as mediation by govs fails
2019: PDP, ADC, R-APC, 36 other parties sign grand alliance MOU to oust APC
Adeosun applied for Exemption Certificate – NYSC
$25bn Oil contract scam: PDP challenges Buhari to speak up
Confusion as INEC stakeholders meeting in Ekiti ends in rowdy session
Bayelsa elders hail Dickson over Sagbama/Ekeremor coastal road
New kings suspend Olubadan’s LG salary
State police needed; FG can’t guarantee security—Urhoghide
FG’s borrowings for 2018 budget to hit N2tr — FSDH
Breastfeeding: NAFDAC decries continued violation of BMS Code
Nigeria must see healthcare delivery as business not social service — OKULAJA

Punch Newspaper

My daughter was used for ritual – Ondo ex-deputy governor
PDP, SDP, R-APC, 36 others form alliance against Buhari
Policemen chase, force student to jump off Lagos bridge
Obasanjo makes surprise appearance at PDP rally
Man, 26, jailed for spending fake naira notes
Ekiti poll: PDP, APC supporters disrupt INEC stakeholders meeting
World Cup: Mbappe deserves Ballon d’Or – Hazard
PDP, SDP, R-APC, 36 others form alliance against Buhari
Lovers arrested for trafficking ladies for prostitution
Adeosun applied for exemption, alleged forged certificate under probe –NYSC
Worries, as more Nigerian undergraduates commit suicide
Akanji wears Eagles jersey amidst dual nationality protests
Samsung opens world’s largest phone factory

The Sun Newspaper

Harvest of arrest as police pick 137 cultists during ‘77’ celebration
Ekiti guber: 2 arrested as police uncover illegal printing press in Lagos
FG bans tankers, trailers with no safety measures from highways
Enugu Catholic priest kidnapped
We’ll investigate Adeosun’s exemption certificate – NYSC
Customs intercepts truck carrying 200,000 live ammunitions in Niger
Adamu Ciroma, man of character, by Mamman Daura
Kogi teachers: ‘We’re dying of hunger, starvation’
US to FG: End spate of killings, arrest perpetrators. 

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