Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today; 4th May

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Boko Haram: Over 56,000 Nigerian refugees in Cameroon, says Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday evening disclosed that over 56,000 Nigerians are currently taking refuge in neighbouring Cameroon because of the activities of the Boko Haram sect in the North Eastern part of the country.


As the controversy over calls by organized labour for a N56, 000 minimum wage rages on, the national chairman of the All Progressives Congress APC, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun has said states should be allowed to fix their wages according to their capabilities

The Sun

Anisulowo recounts ordeal with abductors

A former minister, Sen. Iyabo Anisulowo, who was abducted on Wednesday, has described her experience as ” terrible and dehumanising. ”


Edo Declares Five Days of Mourning, Public Holiday over Demise of Oba of Benin

As a mark of respect for the Oba of Benin who recently transited to immortality, the Edo State Government has declared a five-day public holiday with effect from May 3, 2016, to mourn the revered royal father.

Daily Times

Saraki lauds Nigerian media

Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, on Tuesday, congratulated all practitioners in the media across the country and the world for their invaluable service to humanity as they celebrate the World Press Freedom Day.


Again, court adjourns as prosecutor fails to produce Dasuki for trial

A Federal Capital Territory High Court yesterday adjourned the trial of former National Security Adviser (NSA), Colonel Sambo Dasuki to May 23, 2016, for failure of the Federal Government to produce the accused in court for trial in corruption charges brought against him.

Daily Trust

Gunshots at Edo Assembly as speaker, deputy impeached

The Speaker of Edo State House of Assembly, Victor Edoror and his deputy, Bright Osayande were yesterday impeached over alleged financial recklessness and highhandedness.


Gov Umahi Suspends 2 LGs Chairmen, Shuts Out Commissioners Over Lateness

The Ebonyi State governor, Chief David Umahi yesterday suspended indefinitely two Development Centres chairmen, and shut out three  state executive council members and over 10 Development Centre coordinators for lateness during a security meeting held at the International Conference Centre (ICC) Abakaliki, the state capital.


Fulani herdsmen: Cleric calls for decisive action

THE Diocesan Bishop of the Osun Anglican Diocese, Right Reverend James Afolabi Popoola, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to take decisive measures in tackling the growing menace of Fulani herdsmen in the country

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