Naija Gist Newspaper Review – 25 June 2017

Spread the love Newspaper Review – 25 June 2017

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 - 25 June 2017

  • Investors lose N780bn in three days
  • Man to die by hanging for robbery, rape
  • Portugal, Mexico advance, Russia out
  • My husband doesn’t mind me twerking, says Mercy Johnson
  • Igbo quit notice: I have the support of my elders, Yerima replies Falana
  • N’Assembly rules out medical test for presidential aspirants
  • Fashola blackmailing us over Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, say lawmakers
  • I defeated Isiaka Adeleke, I will defeat his brother – Hussain
  • Aregbesola is wicked, my victory will shame him — Adeleke
  • Buhari should resign if he’s too ill to work — Akinrinade
  • Day 50 of medical trip: Nigerians want presidency to disclose Buhari’s illness, bills
  • I still iron my wife’s clothes — Adeboye
  • Church leaders fault Osinbajo on corruption claim
  • To attract foreign investment, doing business must be made easier — Tinubu
  • Lessons from co-founder of Apple, Steve Wozniak
  • Punitive bail and the Nigerian criminal courts
  • Power: Consumers decry high electrocution, unstable supply
  • EU denies rejecting 24 Nigerian products
  • We will extend olive branch to Umar — Ahmedu
  • N-Power workers bemoan non-payment of arrears
  • Wike dissolves cabinet
  • Police arrest Lagos soldier who worked for Evans, got N6.5m
  • One dies as army rescues kidnap victim
  • Why I built a mansion for my mother –I Go Dye
  • I have four dogs, not four children — Lota Chukwu
  • Zik made me treasurer of his campaign team because he trusted me — Okwor, 81
  • Did the North develop Nigeria?
  • Divorce rumours trail Patrick, Ireti Doyle
  • Olubadan against Ajimobi’s chieftaincy law – Ladoja
  • Ajimobi, Aregbesola toying with future of 30,000 students —ASUU

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Vanguard Newspaper Review - 25 June 2017

  • Caught in Ibadan flood horrors, we saw hell, live and direct – 30 students going for SSCE
  • Safe sex and contraceptives
  • Why Nigeria must not disintegrate – Martins Adewale
  • Eagles‘ll be at 2019 AFCON —Osimhen
  • Anambra 2017: I want to bring out the best in my people – Ezeemo, PPA aspirant
  • Evans In- laws Cry Out: ‘He charmed our sister’
  • Not only women are feminists, there are men too —Lydia Forson
  • Keep your marriage off the Internet, otherwise it will destroy it – Uche Ogbodo
  • 3:45 am Papa twins, Harrysong, hangs out with booty girls
  • INEC to press ahead with recall despite Dino Melaye’s Lawsuit
  • Onyekuru will score goals in England — Osaze
  • It is time for Nigerian politicians to grow-up
  • Why I don’t have close friends in Nollywood – Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde
  • One day… 3:29 amPatrick Doyle, others for Real Time International Film festival 2017
  • Mercy Johnson steals show at Benin Glo Laffta Fest as Dep. Gov, others attend
  • 20 Ministry Idolatry (II)

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Leadership Newspaper Review - 25 June 2017

  • Recession: CRS Suffers, As Companies Spending Power Shrink
  • NASS Moves To Curtail Executive Powers On Consolidated Revenue Fund
  • Supreme Court Sacks Senator, Rep Member
  • Eid el-Fitr: Sultan Urges Muslims To Look For New Moon Saturday
  • Suspected Oil Bunkerers Takeover Oil Pipelines In Lagos
  • Incumbency Factor Will Not Stop APC Winning Anambra Guber –…
  • FCMB Redefining Art Of Corporate Social Responsibility

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The Sun Newspaper Review - 25 June 2017

  • Man killed, as police, armed robbers exchange fire in Ibadan
  • Ogun 2019: KLM commends Amosun for zoning arrangement
  • 2017 budget: Senate accuses Fashola of favouring S’West
  • Quit notice: Standoff as Osinbajo’s trouble shooting opens new flanks
  • Tunde Bakare : Song of a Birdman

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Daily Trust Newspaper Review - 25 June 2017

  • Geographic Genteelisms: How we use Geography to hide our prejudice
  • Portugal thrash New Zealand, reach Confederations Cup semis
  • Gatlin, Bolt set for duel in London
  • Federer battles through to Halle final
  • Gbajabiamila, a legislative Czar at 55
  • Sand dunes take over farmlands, houses in Yobe
  • Kebbi communities battle with malnutrition
  • Inside the abandoned N13.5bn Plateau Govt House
  • 3 years of Emir Sanusi’s eventful reign
  • Amaechi, Abe in cold war over 2019 guber ticket
  • Anambra guber: Parties strategise as race gets tougher
  • Mixed metaphors: Rob the weak, pardon the strong
  • When the envelop is brown (1)
  • Calling for exodus in Nigeria
  • Meet Africa’s sit-tight leaders
  • When the envelop is brown (1)
  • Autism risk linked to fever during pregnancy – Study
  • Vegetarian diets almost twice as effective in reducing body weight – Study
  • Nigerian poets making a mark
  • ‘Why I write in Igbo language’

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