Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: 2nd January

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Mbaka to Buhari: Change or Nigerians will change you in 2019

Catholic priest and Spiritual Director of the Adoration Ministries, Enugu, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, has warned President Muhammadu Buhari that Nigerians will ‘change’ him in 2019 if he does not change his style of leadership.

Vanguard

Fuel scarcity: Hold NNPC, marketers responsible – Senate

We distributed 1.3bn litres of products in one month – NNPC •President engages NNPC, DPR, MOMAN, IPMAN, DAPPMA, others today

The Sun

Osun guber: Aregbesola insists on selecting successor

Osun State Governor, Rauf Aregbesola, has reiterated his commitment to producing a successor that belongs to his party’s political tradition of progressive and  people-oriented leadership.

Thisday

Gunmen Kill 17 in Rivers New Year Tragedy

Tragedy struck Monday at Omoku, the headquarters of Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area (ONELGA) of Rivers State, when unidentified gunmen shot and killed 17 persons who were returning from a New Year crossover service.

Guardian

Gunmen kill traditional ruler, pregnant wife in Kaduna State

A traditional ruler in the southern part of Kaduna State, the Etum Numana, Mr. Gambo Makama and his pregnant wife have been killed in Arak, his home town, in Sanga local government area of the Kaduna in the early hours of January 1.

Daily Trust

Jonathan an epitome of hope in Africa’s democracy – PDP

The Peoples Democratic ‎Party (PDP) has described former President Goodluck Jonathan as an epitome of hope and peace in Africa’s democracy.

Tribune

Ambode’s wife presents gifts to first babies of 2018

Wife of Lagos State Governor, Mrs Bolanle, has underscored the importance of routine immunization and post-natal care for the survival and growth of newborns, saying it was important for nursing mothers to pay greater attention to the health of their children.

The Nation

Buhari misunderstood restructuring, says NBA chief

Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Second Vice President Monday Ubani yesterday said President Muhammadu Buhari must have misunderstood Nigerians’ demand for restructuring.

 

 

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