Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: 3rd August 2019

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These are our top headlines from Nigerian Newspapers for Today, Saturday, 3rd August 2019:

My Husband Brings Strange Women To Our Home, Locks My Kids And I Out — Divorce Seeking Wife Tells Court

Mrs Olamide Ganiyu, has asked a Mapo Customary Court in Ibadan, for a  dissolution of her marriage to her husband, Sikiru. Ganiyu told the court that her husband always goes to the night clubs and brings in strange women to their matrimonial home. According to her, her husband no longer has respect for their union.

Catholic Priest Shot Dead By Suspected Herdsmen In Enugu

The Parish Priest of St. James the Greater Parish, Ugbawka, in Enugu state, Rev FR Paul Offu was on Thursday killed by a group suspected to be Fulani herdsmen on Thursday evening. This was made known by the diocese of Enugu via its Facebook handle, (@EnuguDiocese). It said that priest of the diocese was killed along Ihe-Agbudu Road in Awgu Local Government Area of the state.

Trump Vows To End AIDS Epidemic

US. President Donald Trump has vowed that the United States would “very soon” find a cure for AIDS and childhood cancer. The U.S president said this at a rally in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Thursday night,  similar to a promise he made during his June campaign kickoff, when he promised to bring an end to many diseases including cancer and others.

‘I Wonder How Kukah And Mbaka Sleep At Night’ — Fani-Kayode Reacts To Killing Of Enugu Catholic Priest

A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP), Femi Fani – Kayode has reacted to the killing of a Catholic priest in Enugu on Thursday. Fani-Kayode, a former minister of aviation has accused Fulani terrorists of being responsible for the murder, describing them as ‘barbaric and homicidal’. The former minister, in a few tweets via his Twitter handle on Friday, slammed clerics who support the present administration.

Please Help Restore Peace In My Country — Libya Prime Minister Begs Buhari

Prime Minister of Libya, Fayez Mustafa al-Sarraj, has pleaded with President Muhammadu Buhari to use Nigeria’s position to restore peace in his country. After offering a letter of credence to Buhari, the Ambassador of Libya, Ayad Musbah Faraj Attayary, hailed President Buhari for maintaining Nigeria’s leadership role in Africa, through its intervention activities.

Keep Nigerians Away From Killer Herdsmen, Bandits – Shehu Sani Tells Buhari

The lawmaker who represented Kaduna Central at the Senate during the 8th National Assembly, Senator Shehu Sani is reacted to claims by President Muhammadu Buhari that his government has lifted 5 million Nigerians out of poverty. The senator, in a tweet on Thursday, said if it is indeed true that the present administration has lifted such number of Nigerians out of poverty, then it must ensure that those people are safely camped away from bandits, herdsmen, and insurgents.

Prices Of Goods Have Increased While Minimum Wage Remains Stagnant: Oshiomhole

The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Adams Oshiomhole, says the prices of goods and services in the country have skyrocketed, yet the wages of workers have remained the same. Oshiomhole said this on Thursday in Abuja at a reception in honour of the director-general, International Labour Organisation (ILO), Guy Ryder.

Protests Will Continue Till My Father Is Released, Says El-Zakzaky’s Daughter

Leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN), Ibraheem Zakzaky‘s daughter, Suhaila says the group will continue its protests till her father is released. This was revealed by Suhaila in a video posted on Facebook, although an announcement by the President of the IMN media forum on Wednesday noted that the protests had been suspended. Reacting to the statement, Suhaila said: “Even as I speak right now, earlier today, there was a protest in Abuja and there will be tomorrow, and there will continue to be on every weekday.

Nigerian Man Dies Of Hunger In Ethiopian Prison

A Nigerian citizen from Delta state who was an inmate at the Kaliti Prisons in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia has died after an ailment. The deceased, identified as Odemu Efe, was reportedly among the about 150 Nigerian inmates at the prison in the country. The Nigerian inmates are being detained on allegations of possession of hard drugs and money laundering, and many of them have fallen ill due to malnourishment.

 

 

 

Those were our top headlines from Nigerian Newspapers for Today, Saturday, 3rd August 2019:

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