NEWS HEADLINES FOR MONDAY 28TH MAY 2018

NEWS HEADLINES
NEWS HEADLINES

 

*PUNCH*

  • Obasanjos govt. used police, DSS to topple govs .Presidency
  • We won’t vote for religious bigots in 2019 Methodist prelate
  • Death of triplet’s mother: Inquiry blames mismanagement, drunken husband
  • Crisis: PDP meets Buhari today
  • Buratai probes alleged assault of Delta leader by soldiers
  • Police kill one, nab three bandits in Taraba
  • Ambode honours parents of Lagos kid artists
  • Our achievements divinely inspired, says Ambode
  • Northern, Southern leaders to form elder’s forum
  • FG generated N1.17tn from 19 million taxpayers Lai Mohammed
  • ECOWAS says returning Gwoza residents lack water, toilets
  • Property tussle: Court orders Kashamu to pay firm N50m daily
  • Umahi wants EFCC, ICPCs operations reviewed
  • Saraki celebrates Childrens Day in IDPs camp
  • Dogara seeks end to child labour
  • FG, ex-agitators partner for peace in Niger Delta
  • LASG urges increased vigilance among residents
  • Niger police recover car stolen by mechanic in Lagos

 

*VANGUARD*

  • Gbajabiamiala, others trying to distort my book for political reasons ‘ Okonjo-Iweala
  • Osinbajo: I say to you brothers in Christ, fellow countrymen and women, let us go forward
  • Nigeria has never had a more transparent, accountable govt than Buhari’s ‘ Lai Mohammed
  • Nigeria’s economy needs booster shots to grow optimally ‘ Rewane
  • Stop lying or quit the ministry, Garba Shehu tells Reno Omokri
  • How to build sustainable peace between Itsekiri and Ijaw ‘ Mulade, House of Assembly contender
  • Ekiti 2018: Jonathan warns Buhari against subverting the will of Ekiti people
  • Linkage Assurance records 431% increase in PAT
  • Analysts call for caution as equities continue downward movement
  • NDIC achieves 1st public sector multiple BSI certifications
  • Banking industry need increased digitization, stronger corporate governance ‘ Experts
  • Bank directors’ dividends rise to N30bn despite CBN’s restrictions
  • Premium Pension grows AuM to N548bn
  • African dictators: The mechanics and dynamics of liberty
  • Between Naysayers and Bayelsa Public Service reforms
  • What is your take on Buhari/Obasanjo Face-off?
  • Beyond content in oil & gas: ICT-knowledge export call
  • Garba Shehu dishonest, blame Oriented, morally pliable ‘ Reno

 

*THE NATION*

  • Why Plateau APC congress was rancour-free
  • Furore over parallel congresses in Delta APC
  • Aregbesola needs better successor, says aide

 

*THISDAY*

  • We’ve Kept Our Promisesto Nigerians, FG Insists
  • Bandits Kill Another30 Persons in Zamfara
  • Anambra Community in Shock Over Murdered Twins Found in Freezer
  • FG Considers Options to Mitigate Impact of Late Passage of 2018 Budget
  • APC Clears Nasarawa LG Polls
  • Obasanjo Administration Spent Only $3.5bn on New Power Projects, Says Ezekwesili
  • Sit-at-Home: IPOB Warns Police Commissioners in South-east against Interference
  • SPDC JV Paid N5.31tn to FG in Four Years
  • Soyinka to Lead Discourse as Friends Gather for Kunle Ajibade
  • Saraki Marks Children’s Day with IDPs in Benue

 

*THE SUN*

  • PDP spreading falsehood on 2019 polls ‘APC
  • Buhari steps into nPDP crisis
  • APC deserves to return in 2019 ‘KALU
  • Imo APC crisis: Deputy Gov. dismisses reconciliation with OKOROCHA
  • Russia 2018: Eagles battle ready for SIMBA
  • Moses Simon out of World Cup
  • MIKEL: We’ll storm Russia with winning mentality
  • Labour lauds HOS support for salary increase for civil servants
  • Informal workers must participate in pension scheme
  • Campaign against drug abuse, Buhari charges Governors’ Wives Forum
  • Northern, Southern elders go into alliance
  • Children’s Day: KALU charges parents on proper upbringing
  • I’m committed to protecting children ‘Buhari
  • 2019: Buhari has done well’ Lai Mohammed
  • Nigerians’ are starving, Anglican Church leader tells Buhari
  • FG withdrawal of $1bn from ECA: South govs demand13% derivation
  • Sit-at-home: Police, IPOB trade words

 

 

*GUARDIAN*

  • Firms, others on trial over Yellow Estate project
  • I will contest for Kaduna guber race against El-Rufai in 2019, Sani declares
  • Senate panel seeks financial autonomy for African parliaments
  • National Assembly pledges support for NESREA Act
  • CSOs say Boko Haram cashing on humanitarian crisis
  • Saraki celebrates with IDPs in Benue, pledges to check killings
  • Crespo, Siasia, others at Heineken’s Champions League final view centre
  • E-payment stakeholders tasked on cost, shared services, integrity
  • Wenger considers return to Japan for coaching job
  • Niger Delta group urges release of Excess Crude Act components

 

*DAILY TRUST*

  • Lessons from Kenya dam burst
  • Northern, Southern elders to form Nigerian Elders’ Forum
  • 2019: Tanko, Imhontuniye join presidential race
  • 2019: Group endorses Dankwambo for president
  • Enugu Muslims endorse Ugwuanyi for second term
  • Lessons learnt from congresses will further strengthen us APC
  • South East, Buharis shoreline for 2019 – VON DG
  • Olubadan, ex-deputy govs remember Adedibu at Ramadan lecture
  • 2000 Kuchigoro IDPs benefit from Navy medical outreach
  • Group donates items to Abuja IDPs, orphans
  • Our achievements in 3 years divinely inspired Ambode
  • Osun CSDP completes 368 micro projects
  • Lagos govt taskforce clamps down on illegal activities of LGA traffic officials
  • Children’s Day: Shun cultism, crimes, Lagos Speaker advises youths
  • Orimolusi vacant stool: Ijebu-Igbo elders beg Gov. Amosun to intervene Chieftaincy
  • Farmers lament as Climate Change dries up Goronyo dam
  • Whiff of old Lebanon
  • 100 Ekiti cocoa farmers get improved seedlings

 

*TRIBUNE*

  • Presidency hits Obasanjo over move to oust Buhari
  • We must ensure safety of our children, Buhari urges security agencies, others
  • Buhari wants violence against children checked
  • Children’s Day: When will violence against children, rights denial end
  • Always examine your mistakes of banks and warehouses
  • 8 Simple Ways to Become a Better Leader
  • How leaders produce sterling results
  • 14 millionaires to emerge in Star Times World Cup promo
  • 33′ Export deepens relationships with ‘Friendship Experience Parties
  • Our aim is to showcase African brands to the world ‘Convener, African Brand Congress
  • Fidelity Banks shareholders applauds 2017 performance, approves N3.19bn dividend
  • Shareholder approves Forte Oil divestment of subsidiaries
  • Secondary market to attract more investors as rates moderate
  • UBA highlights cultural heritage, celebrates Africa day in Style
  • FOREX hoarding: CBN to sanction banks, revoke BDCs license

*LEADERSHIP*

  • Deconstructing the Politics of Oshokomole
  • Cameroon Court Jails Anglophone Secessionist
  • Crisis Brews in NBA over Electoral Guidelines
  • Strike: Saraki Meets With Health Workers Today
  • Future World Film Warns Of Dangers in Oil Producing Areas
  • Dangote Commends FG’s Economic Recovery, Growth Plan
  • ERA/FoEN Writes UNN over PMI Foundation Funds
  • Military Committed To Infant Mortality Reduction ‘ Buratai
  • Lagos Shuts Schools for Children’s Day, Midterm Break
  • Dickson to Host Bayelsa Heroes Award Dinner on Democracy Day
  • 2019: PMB’ll get over Im Votes in S/East ‘ Okechuku
  • Bayelsa: 28 Oil Workers Trapped, 100 Rescued In ConOil Fire Accident
  • UNIDO Urges Banks to Support SMEs
  • NNPC Strategizes Towards Long-Term Survival
  • 90 Percent of Cargo Are Under-Declared At Nigerian Ports ‘ Shippers’ Council
  • ABCON Condemns CBN’s New Directive on Forex
  • Heritage Bank Named Most Supportive Bank in Tourism
  • Capital Market: Foreign Investors’ Inflow Grows To N271bn in 4 Months
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