Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: 29th May


Democracy Day, a celebration of freedom for Nigerians –Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday said the commemoration of 2018 Democracy Day, which also marks the third anniversary of his administration, was a celebration of freedom for Nigerians.


President Muhammadu Buhari’s 2018 Democracy Day speech 

Address by Muhammadu Buhari, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria In commemoration of the 2018 Democracy Day Celebration, Tuesday, 29Th May, 2018

The Sun

Nigeria’s foreign reserve hits $47.5b in May – Buhari

This was disclosed, on Tuesday, by President Muhammadu Buhari during his Democracy Day broadcast to the nation. He also said that the inflationary rate has consistently declined every month since January 2017.


Buhari: We Are More Than Ever Determined to Fight Corruption

President Buhari reiterated his administration’s determination to fight corruption, vowing that his government is more than ever determined to combat the problem.

Daily Trust

Survival of democracy a collective responsibility – APC

The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has called on all stakeholders in the Nigerian project to work collectively in order to improve the country’s democracy.


Bomber kills four, suspected herders attack Catholic seminary

Four people have been killed and seven others injured in the latest Boko Haram attack in the restive town of Konduga in Borno, the police confirmed on yesterday.This is as gunmen suspected to be Fulani herders yesterday launched an attack on the Catholic Secret Heart Minor Seminary located in Jalingo the capital of Taraba State.

Daily Times

#NigeriaMourns: Over 20,000 killed by Boko Haram & Fulani Herdsmen

Nigeria is, today, a focal point of global terrorism activities. Through a series of callously designed and devilishly executed bloodletting operations, unrivalled in the annals of the country, the sect has thrown the country into protracted volatility.


Buhari to sign “Not Too Young to Run” Bill into law 

To give opportunity for Nigerian youths to vie for various political positions, President Muhammadu Buhari will soon sign the Not Too Young To Run  bill into law.


2019 Elections: US, UK, Others Pledges To Support Nigeria 

Ahead of the 2019 general elections, the United States of America, United Kingdom, Japan among others have pledged to support Nigeria to achieve free and fair election.

The Nation

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