Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: 3rd July

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Punch

Niger Delta Avengers blow up NNPC, others’ facilities in Delta

THE federal government’s proposed peace talks with rampaging Niger Delta militants on Sunday morning suffered a major setback as the Niger Delta Avengers blew up several oil facilities belonging to Chevron and Nigerian Petroleum Development Corporation.

Vanguard

Buhari hailed for empowerment of returning IDPs

President Muhammadu Buhari has been hailed for his commitment towards the empowerment of returning Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the northeast part of the country.

Thisday

Militants Didn’t Invade C’River Government House’

The Cross River State Government says a report by some online news portals claiming that the Government House in Calabar was invaded by militants is false.

The Sun

The Niger Delta Avengers has announced fresh attacks on major oil and gas installations in Nigeria.

The Niger Delta Avengers has announced fresh attacks on major oil and gas installations in Nigeria.

Daily Times

Abia Governor-Elect slams Chief Judge for refusing to swear him in

The Governor was issued a certificate of return by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC),following a court ruling ordering Governor Okezie Ikpeazu to vacate office.

Guardian

Aisha Buhari presents N30m cash support to Chibok girls’ parents

Mrs Aisha Buhari, the Wife of the President, on Sunday presented about N30 million cash support to parents of the abducted Government Secondary School (GSS) Chibok students in Borno.

Daily Trust

Buhari to introduce more projects in S/South – Eta

President Muhammadu Buhari will  announce more capital projects in Cross River and Akwa Ibom States before the year elapses, national vice chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC)  for South- South, Ntufam Hilliard Eta, has said.

Leadership

Edo NUT Decries Non-inclusion Of Its Members In New Minimum Wage

The Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT), Edo Chapter, has decried the non-inclusion of teachers in public primary schools in the N25,000 new minimum wage for workers in the state.

 


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