Naija Gist Newspaper Review – 4 June 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 - 4 June 2017

  • How Air Force men almost killed us on campus — UNIOSUN lecturers, students
  • Senate denies plan to hike fuel price
  • Civil war soldiers spared my life because of my kids — Ugbarugba
  • It’s not compulsory to engage lawyers for company registration — Mahmud
  • Instagram queen, Vickie Ama, denies having nipple enlargement
  • Gunmen kill three, rob lawmaker’s aide
  • No plan to reject 2017 budget, says presidency
  • Three assailants kill six in London terror attack
  • Flying Pope John Paul II was humbling — Fola Akinkuotu
  • I’m no longer interested in women, drugs, alcohol —Majek Fashek
  • Okorocha sacked commissioners, LG chairmen over sit-at-home order — IPOB
  • Madrid beat Juve 4-1, win 12th Champions League title
  • Killer herdsmen: IG, govs move to curb menace
  • We won’t surrender Biafra struggle, MASSOB tells Osinbajo
  • Abiola’s death, last moments recorded on video — Al-Mustapha
  • Lagos pupils’ abduction: Parents raise funds to pay ransom
  • Son abducts father, collects N1m ransom
  • Most critics are jealous –Iyabo Ojo
  • Review will crush my friendship with Ajimobi — Balogun
  • Credit card fraud: Dammy Krane spends weekend in US jail
  • Nigeria’s Acting President must step on some necks
  • Army chief flying coup kite to see how Nigerians will react – Okurounmu
  • How my 4-yr-old daughter with cerebral palsy was tortured by her physiotherapist —Mother
  • Ibadan people in support of Olubadan chieftaincy review — Kolade
  • I get inspiration from Holy Spirit –Ebiere
  • Humility has fought battles for me, says 2face
  • Katsina: FUDMA shut amid leadership crisis
  • Acting pornography is my talent
  • NJC lifts suspension of Justices Okoro, Ademola, four others
  • Christians may avenge herdsmen attacks – CAN

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Vanguard Newspaper Review - 4 June 2017

  • N56,000 minimum wage: Our patience is running out – NLC President, Wabba
  • Why Senate is probing P/Refinery concession
  • Delta Speaker advises Urhobo youths to key into SMART scheme
  • Edo governorship battle: Legal fireworks end; Obaseki, Ize-Iyamu wait for Appeal Court verdict
  • How we made it out of ‘war zone’ alive – Locals
  • Wonder Woman berths in Nigeria
  • Bini epic movie ‘Esohe’ premieres in Houston, USA
  • Busty Instagram sensation, Lerin, under Internet scam siege
  • Africa’s new born twins at risk 3:49 amCustoms activities in 2-years under Buhari’s govt (1)
  • Stop asking me out, I am engaged,Blessing Ebigieson begs social media friends
  • Glo Mega Music Nationwide Tour unleashes eight A-list singers on Lekki
  • Customs at MMAC seeks collaboration on fiscal policies implementation
  • I no longer leak urine, faeces, but I am now childless, blind, homeless — Grace
  • Nigeria and her great human assets abroad —Demola Seriki
  • Customs at Western Marine steps up patrol surveillance at creeks
  • Customs FOU zone ‘A’ strengthens enforcement capacity

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Leadership Newspaper Review - 4 June 2017

  • Child Exploitation: Jose Foundation Takes Love To Abuja IDPs Settlement
  • Finally, Nigeria Takes Steps To Control Tobacco Use
  • Stakeholders Weigh MMA2 Concession Agreement, 10 Years After
  • Ariana Grande To Return To Manchester For Charity Concert
  • Expression Through The Eyes Of Efe Okorare
  • ‘The Report By Transparency International Is Anti-Nigeria’
  • Nigeria Vs Naija: Between The Moribund And The Creative

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The Sun Newspaper Review - 4 June 2017

  • Africa undeterred by past failures
  • Defense Minister warns Army against disloyalty, insubordination
  • Customs begins e-auction of seized goods July 1
  • Biafra referendum: IPOB, MASSOB will collaborate to achieve feat – MADU
  • Reps summon Adeosun, AGF over N17bn office equipment contract
  • PMI: Real sector in sustained growth to May, says CBN
  • Devt of African TV industry takes front burner at Beijing seminar
  • UCL: It’s Real Madrid again

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Daily Trust Newspaper Review - 4 June 2017

  • Why suspended judges were recalled – NJC
  • Why we have not signed budget – Presidency
  • Crooks now winning corruption war – Ribadu
  • Biafra: The story of another call for Nigeria’s break-up
  • Even an Igbo president cannot stop Biafra aspiration – MASSOB
  • Count Port Harcourt out of your Biafra – Albert Horsfall
  • We Can’t Prosecute Gov Bello, But… – Professor Yakubu
  • The goals they want to achieve with new Biafra – Tanko Yaksai
  • Why Gowon’s 3Rs programme failed – General IBM Haruna
  • Reminiscences with the Emir Zuru Alhaji Sani Sami
  • Biafra, Biafra…Where is Biafra?
  • The “Biafra Day” Shut Down
  • Proposed N5 petrol levy a huge joke – NUPENG
  • Police warns on drinks from unknown persons
  • Adamawa kingmakers, others pay homage to Atiku as new Waziri
  • IRWA tasks FG on up-to-date maps
  • Investigate leaked bribery tape on Dino, Lawyers tell FG
  • Wilmot to PMB: Use intelligence, decisiveness and ruthlessness to move Nigeria forward
  • Disquiet in Zamfara over move to shut gold mines
  • Union refutes violation of labour laws

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Daily Post Newspaper Review - 4 June 2017

  • Boko Haram insurgents attack villages near Chibok
  • Anti-corruption war must be strict, crooks are winning – Ribadu

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