Naija Gist Newspaper Review – 30 May 2017

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You can’t afford to read the entire news? Don’t worry, we bring you headlines from some top newspapers. Now you can stay informed with ease.

Punch Newspaper Review - 30 May 2017

  • Bafana coach hires Man Utd scout to stop Eagles
  • Nigerian economy not being properly managed – Group
  • UTME: Candidates panic over unreleased results
  • Foreman, five -year-old killed, 14 injured as Lagos building collapses
  • Sit-at-home: Security agencies in show of force, MASSOB mobilise residents
  • Six ways to stay safe on public Wi-Fi
  • Gunmen shoot police sergeant dead in front of station
  • Abducted Lagos’ pupils: Govt declines negotiation with kidnappers
  • Between driver’s license and driving licence
  • Ambode promises opportunities for all residents
  • Centre honours candidate with 339 UTME score
  • The rich also patronise pirates –Publishers
  • CAN takes over case of sacked Lagos Presiding Chaplain
  • Tension at Oshodi over killing of NURTW boss, Hamburger
  • Dangote to invest $1bn in rice cultivation
  • 2017 budget through the lens of capital markets
  • Controversy trails oil block revocation by Buhari
  • DSS hands over 82 Chibok girls to Women ministry today
  • Investing in real estate with little cash
  • Why reporters were barred – Sunshine
  • Slow Justice system frustrating fight against corruption – Osinbajo
  • Nigeria has not fared better under APC — PDP Reps
  • Oyo won’t abandon LAUTECH for new varsity –Ajimobi
  • 50 years of Lagos, 50 years of Biafra
  • Cross River at 50: Soldiers shoot three students over N13m largesse
  • NBA asks FG to stop probe of judges, faults anti-graft strategy
  • PHOTOS: Fayose sets aside political differences, greets Tinubu, Ambode
  • 34 aspirants jostling to succeed me, says Ajimobi
  • Redeemer’s University develops Ebola test kits
  • National carrier and aviation sector revival

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Vanguard Newspaper Review - 30 May 2017

  • Banking Under Buhari: Growth mired by deteriorating asset quality
  • JAMB and the rest of us 7:00 amNeed to address budget, MTEF structural distortion
  • Groups, riverine residents spoil for showdown with Okowa over bridge
  • FG cancels oil blocs awarded to N-Deltans
  • Boko Haram remains defeated —Lafiya Dole Commander
  • Video: Yoga class, Energized Yoga Flow pt 1
  • Housing shortage: Fashola canvasses mortgage financing
  • Two years of APC: Buhari should return our economy to 2015 level — Senator Bassey
  • Our prize for leadership is not pension
  • 2019 AFCON qualifier: Bafana Bafana‘ll clip Eagles
  • SNEPCo’s Bonga produced 702mn b/d in 12 years
  • Eagles camp report: Musa misses session, Ndidi shines as Onyekuru finally comes alive
  • Delta clinic detains 2 patients over unpaid medical bills
  • Censors Board seeks collaboration with Germany
  • Army denies shooting IPOB members
  • Anxiety over IPOB’s sit-at-home order today

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Leadership Newspaper Review - 30 May 2017

  • Midterm Assessment: Nigeria’s Economy Under PMB’s Watch
  • Nigeria Ranks Fifth Largest Insurance Market In Africa
  • Dwindling Cargoes, Policy Threaten FG’s Revenue At Seaports
  • Our Achievements Unprecedented – Lai Mohammed
  • Fresh Vista For ICT Literacy Through DBI Campuses
  • Shonga And Nigeria’s Quest For Food Security
  • Our Kwankwasiyya Legacies Will Outlive Us In Kano – Kwankwaso
  • DPC Rejects Independent Candidates, Diaspora Voting

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The Sun Newspaper Review - 30 May 2017

  • FG blows N600m on disbanded arms deal panel
  • Akpabio lauds FG on SIP
  • FG to designate specific courts to try corruption cases –Osinbajo
  • APC: Two years after
  • How Nigeria can overcome recession –Kalu
  • Rule of law still lacking in our democracy –Kalu
  • FG saves $500m in SWF, boosts ECA with $87m
  • Banking:No longer business as usual
  • Executive order: Why 24-hour ports operations in 30 days can’t work

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Daily Trust Newspaper Review - 30 May 2017

  • 35 electricity turbines down in 15 GenCos
  • Dangote to spend $1bn on rice project
  • The next big hurdle for PIB
  • UBA promotes heritage with Africa Day celebration
  • Garki market traders task VP on promise
  • Abuja is one of fastest growing cities in the world- Bello
  • Bus crash leaves 2 dead, 22 injured
  • NASFAT empowers 9 on special scheme
  • Fadama III technical c’ttee meet rice farmers
  • Group donates library to FCT School

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Daily Post Newspaper Review - 30 May 2017

  • Two years in office: Benue residents blast Ortom over poor performance
  • Nigeria will be destroyed if Buhari did not win second term – Campaign Organisation
  • Kogi: Outstanding salaries to be paid May 31 – Bello
  • Iniesta yet to make decision on Barcelona future
  • Why coup is no longer possible in Nigeria – Orji Kalu
  • Those clamouring for zoning very foolish, educated illiterates – Okorocha
  • Gunmen attack Bayelsa police station, kill sergeant
  • Mosques renovation saga: Dogara lying against me – Gov. Abubakar
  • Nigerians can own houses with N30,000‎ – Osinbajo
  • Buffon deserves Ballon d’Or more than Ronaldo – Ravanelli
  • Why Manchester United flopped this season – Mata
  • NPFL: ABS FC sign five-year deal with Puma
  • Champions League: Allegri not worried about Juventus’ finals record
  • Why APC has failed – Akpabio
  • Nigerian newspapers: 10 things you need to know this Tuesday morning

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