Below are some of the headlines in some selected Nigerian Dailies for today, Saturday, May 06, 2017.

  • Presidency orders opening of maritime varsity

  • 10 infants undergo open heart surgery at UNTH

  • Cameramen restricted in Senate for security reasons –Saraki

  • EFCC slams judiciary, prison officials for releasing convicted ex-gov

  • North-East: UNDP budgets $4m for 2017

  • Yar’Adua promoted equity in governance –Jonathan

  • CJN inaugurates 13-man judiciary reform committee

  • Nuclear energy: IAEA, Rosatom to assist Nigeria, others

  • Mass rape: Four students arrested for assaulting Lagos schoolgirls in broad daylight

  • OGBC staff threaten strike over unpaid salaries, others

  • Oyo orders removal of 200 illegal structures on waterways

  • Police arraign four for stealing generator in Imo

  • Be computer literate or resign – Akeredolu tells workers

  • NSCDC secures conviction of four oil thieves in Edo

  • Murder: Bayelsa community protests police arrest of six indigenes

  • We’ll sanction operatives who shot doctor’s car –NSCDC

  • Unemployment: Edo to engage youths in 3,000km concrete road construction

  • Fulani herdsmen have taken over 12 LGs in Benue – Gov

  • Kogi Court remands B’Haram suspect in prison

  • Seven killed in Borno suicide attack

  • Nasarawa varsity dismisses 113 students over fake results


  • Shekau in new video denies he was hit in air strike

  • EFCC seeks total forfeiture of $43m as court’s deadline expires

  • DAWN boss Famakinwa buried in Lagos

  • Buhari attends Jumat in first public appearance after two weeks

  • State House Perm Sec not suspended, says Presidency

  • N30tr Customs probe: Senate uncovers more leakages, expands investigation panel

  • Don tackles NACA, insists new drug cures HIV/AIDS

  • Dogara settles patients’ N3.76m bills at ATBTH

  • Meningitis: Govt directs board to extend vaccination to schools,others\

  • Maritime varsity takes off in October – Okowa

  • Boko Haram: Catholic bishop commends Borno governor for rebuilding churches

  • 200,000 jobs coming as NCAC, BoI sign MoU

  • NB searches for new CEO as HEINEKEN appoints Vervelde MD Asia Pacific Region

  • Edo Govt. to build clinics, crèches in markets

  • Workers protest against non-payment of salaries in Fedpoly zamfara


  • Buhari’s appearance at Aso Villa Mosque douses tension over his health status

  • CLARK TO OBJ: You Did Nothing To Stop Boko Haram As President

  • CBN Boosts Forex Supply With $389million

  • TUC wants FG to use recovered loot to revive ailing industries, others

  • Telecom masts are not harmful — NCC

  • Agatu Crisis: Why We Outlawed Open Grazing In Benue State — Ortom

  • Police Arrest ‘Pastor’ With Human Skull In Ibadan

  • Police uncover new militants’ hideout in Ikorodu

  • Food security: Lagos set to increase rice production

  • Lagos generates N20bn from land transactions in 2016

  • Pay our 13-month salaries or face industrial action, NULGE tells Delta Govt

  • Kogi Community Seeks Resuscitation Of Hospital

  • LASG Denies Involvement In Demolition Of Sabo Market In Ikorodu

  • Okocha, Babayaro Lead Nigeria To London

  • Herdsmen Attack Trader, Cart Away N350,000, Foodstuff In Delta Community



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