Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today; 30th April

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Punch

Buhari plans extradiction of mu’azu, obanikoro, others

The diplomatic process that will ensure the extradition of suspected looters who have fled the country will dominate President Muhammadu Buhari’s discussions with his counterparts when 60 world leaders meet in the United Kingdom next month.

Vanguard

PDP Govs brand Fayose a potential future leader

Ado Ekiti- The Peoples Democratic Party governors and others gathered yesterday in Ado Ekiti, showered encomium on Governor Ayodele Fayose and branded him a potential future leader…

The Sun

Enugu massacre: How my brother was butchered –Victim’s sister

LAST Monday invasion of Nimbo Community in the Uzo-uwani Lo­cal Government area of Enugu State may have come and gone, the gory tales, the victims and the relics left behind are still very fresh and horrific.

Thisday

Finally, Oba of Benin Leaves the ‘Savannah’, Reunites with Ancestors

The Oba of Benin, His Royal Majesty Omo N’Oba N’Edo Uku Akpolokpolo Erediauwa, has joined his ancestors.

Daily Times

Budget: Buhari approves N60b for constituency projects

Following the rapprochement between the Presidency and the National Assembly over the grey areas in the 2016 Appropriation Bill, President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the allocation of N60 billion for the execution of special intervention projects for members of the legislature.

Guardian

Double salary for ex-govs, count me out, says Ngige

 Following the allegation that ex-governors are receiving double salary from their states, the former governor of Anambra State and Minister of Labour and Productivity, Dr. Chris Ngige has denied collecting any salary from his state as former governor.

Daily Trust

Airbus targets Nigeria’s oil firms with high capacity chopper

Airbus Helicopters has demonstrated its new H175 chopper to several key oil and gas operators in Nigeria…

The Nation

Why we demanded new minimum wage in spite of cash crunch —NLC, TUC

Organised labour led by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) said yesterday that the failure of some states in the country to pay salaries of workers will not stop them from demanding a review of the national minimum wage.

Tribune

Police arraign housewife for fingering minor

The police on Friday, arraigned a 29-year-old housewife, Sadiya Muhammad, before a Magistrates’ court in Kano for fingering a four-year-old girl, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) has reported.

 

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