Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today; 15th July

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Punch

Motorcyclist crushed trying to stop killer truck

A German journalist attack said he saw a motorcyclist chase the killer truck and try to enter the cabin but fall and end up under the wheels.

Vanguard

ATTACK ON REMI TINUBU: S/West APC blasts Melaye

Meanwhile, the APC members in the South-West said, yesterday, it felt scandalized and traumatized that they were in the same political party with Senator Dino Melaye.

Thisday

FG Insists Arms Scandal Report Not Doctored

The Federal Government has said there is no truth in the insinuation that the report of the Presidential Committee on the Audit of Defence Equipment Procurement in the Armed Forces (2007-2015) was doctored for whatever reason.

The Sun

BREAKING: NLC faction, thugs disrupt NECA AGM

The 59th Annual General Me 59th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Nigeria Employers Consultative NECA was this morning allegedly disrupted by a faction of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) , as well as some hoodlums.

Guardian

Government should adjust VAT to meet macro-economic goals’

Nigeria may need to adjust its Value Added Tax (VAT) rates in consonance with macro-economic objectives and efficient tax administration machinery, Tax Partner, has said.

Daily Trust

FCTA to shut down 536 illegal schools

The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has ordered about 536 schools to be closed for failing to meet the minimum standards required to operate in the territory.

Leadership

Dasukigate: EFCC Arraigns Obadina For N2.4bn Contract Scam

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arraigned the Managing Director, Almond Properties Ltd., Olugbenga Obadina, in the Federal High Court, Abuja, on an eight-count charge bordering on money laundering.

New Telegraph

Melaye: Tinubu Called Me Dog, I Told Her She Was Stupid

Senator Dino Melaye (APC, Kogi West) yesterday explained that he was compelled to use foul language on Senator Oluremi Tinubu (Lagos Central) during the Senate closeddoor session on Tuesday after Tinubu described him as a dog and thug. Melaye said that he ran out of patience when Tinubu stood up and described him as a “dog” and “thug” and urging the Senate to tame him.

Daily Independent

N60bn Alleged Fraud: Court To Rule On Omisore’s Bail Application Today

An FCT High Court will today July 15 rule on the bail application of a former deputy governor of Osun State, Sen. Iyiola Omisore.

 

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