Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today;29th May

Nigerian Newspapers DP


President Mohammadu Buhari has shifted the responsibility of naming the looters of national assets and the details of the loot to the Ministry of Information.


Past govt wasted forex on importation of toothpicks — Buhari

It is exactly one year since Muhammadu Buhari was sworn in as President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Ahead of the official commemoration of his ascension to power, Buhari spoke with some journalists on the issues that have dominated his reign.


Buhari: Prospect of Going into Recession is Frightening

Buhari speaks on the challenges that have affected his administration, but says he is confident of national recovery under his watch.

The Sun

EFCC to prosecute 43,000 ghost workers discovered on FG payroll –Finance Minister

THE Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) will soon com­mence the prosecution of the 43,000 persons so far discovered as ghost workers on the payroll of the Federal Government.

Daily Times

Man allegedly slaughters wife in Lagos

One Jafar Osiugie has been arrested by the police in Lagos over the death of his wife Roselyn Osiugie. Roselyn who is 46 and a mother of five was found dead with her throat slit open in their apartment at No 8 Araromi Street in Oshodi area of Lagos.


Makarfi: Tasked to mend broken walls  

Loosely translated, Makarfi means, the powerful one. It is also taken as the big and bold. For the subject of this essay, his own strength and boldness is of a different sort.


Airforce Commander Rescues 4 Female Robbery Victims In Delta

For the timely intervention of the armed escort of the commander, 61 Nigeria Airforce, (NAF) detachment, Air Commodore Sani  Zakari, the fate of four unidentified robbery victims who crashed into 10 metre deep ditch along Asaba Expressing, Delta State, yesterday, may have been different.


Act fast, improve living conditions of Nigerians, NUJ tells Buhari

the National President of the Nigeria Union of Journalists, Comrade Waheed Odusile, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to do the needful to improve the socio-economic wellbeing of Nigerians.

The Nation

12 Boko Haram fighters killed in Niger

Security forces in Niger killed at least 12 fighters of the Boko Haram sect who launched an attack in the southeastern region of Bosso close to the border with Nigeria on Friday.




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