Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today;18th June

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Retired NBA Player, Kobe Bryant, Dies In Helicopter Crash

Retired NBA player, Kobe Bryant has lost his life at the age of 41 in a helicoper crash in...

Why Amotekun Must Not Be Allowed To Operate: Tanko Yakasai

Tanko Yakasai, has advised the federal government against accepting the Western Nigeria Security Network code-named: Amotekun. He said this while...

Boy Killed, Several Injured As Boko Haram Bombs Borno Mosque

  Following the attack by Boko Haram sect on a mosque in Gwoza, Borno state, on Sunday, a 12-year-old child...

Lassa Fever: Doctor Quarantined In Jigawa, Another Case Confirmed In Ogun

A medical doctor has been quarantined after showing signs of Lassa fever at Jahun local government area of Jigawa...

TY Danjuma’s Opinion Doesn’t Matter: Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari had slammed Theophilus Danjuma, retired general, saying his opinion doesn't matter than that of millions of...

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Our children ’ll stop wearing choir robes to school when Aregbesola reverses hijab wearing

In this Interview with FEMI MAKINDE, the Chairman of Osun State branch of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Revd. Elisha Ogundiya says nothing will stop Christian students from wearing church garments to schools as long as their Muslim counterparts wear hijabs


Bishop Nwokolo lauds Buhari’s anti-corruption, anti-terrorism war

Obosi (Anambra) – The Rt. Rev. Owen Nwokolo, Bishop on the Niger (Anglican Communion), has commended President Muhammadu Buhari’s zeal on the war against corruption, criminality and terrorism since his assumption of office.


Troops Thwart Attack on Agip Facility in Bayelsa as Ijaw Youths Demand Release of Kinsmen

Troops attached to the Joint Military Force, the outfit deployed to protect oil installations in the Niger Delta, said yesterday that they outwitted suspected militants who attempted to attack an Agip oilfield in Okpoma, Bayelsa State.

The Sun

Edo 2016:  APC in make or mar primary

THE stage is set for a political showdown amongst leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Edo State

Daily Times

Why Constitution review is necessary – Saraki

President of the Senate, Dr Bukola Saraki, on Friday explained that the ongoing process of reviewing the 1999 Constitution was not intended to dent the solemnity, integrity and infallibility of the Constitution but necessary.


Jigawa plants 2.5m tree seedlings to tackle desertification, create employment

Governor Muhammadu Badaru of Jigawa on Saturday said his government had planted 2.5 million tree seedlings in the last one year to fight desertification and create jobs in the state.

Daily Trust

Masari, 6 others to conduct Edo APC gov primary

A total of 2,873 delegates will participate in tomorrow’s All Progressives Congress (APC) Governorship Primary Election in Edo state.


EFCC Constitutes Task Force On 2013 NEITI Audit Report

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has set up a Joint Task to implement the 2013 Audit Report recently released by the Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI).


Police guard shoots LG boss

THE chairman of Ndokwa East Local Government Area of Delta State, Mrs. Nkechi Chukwurah, escaped death by a whisker when one of her security aides opened fire on her.

The Nation

How we murdered army colonel in Kaduna’

When the news broke that the recently murdered army colonel, Samalia Inusa, a Chief Instructor at the Nigeria Army School of Infantry, Jaji, Kaduna State, was abducted by some gunmen at Kamazo area of Kaduna Refinery Road, on March 26, 2016, many thought his abduction and eventual killing might have been a revenge mission by members of the Shiite Islamic sect who were embroiled in a bloody clash with the Nigerian Army in December 2015.


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