Nigerian Newspapers Today 3rd August 2019

Nigerian Newspapers Today 3rd August 2019

Punch

  • Nigeria facing new Boko Haram threat –Buhari
  • Buhari may inaugurate ministers, assign portfolios August 21
  • Lalong vs Useni: Tribunal shifts date for adoption of written addresses
  • Four men convicted on seized N1bn gold, €112,800
  • Iran medical trip: IGP, northern govs oppose El-Zakzaky’s travel for treatment
  • Alleged secret burial: Army reveals graves of slain soldiers
  • Army arrests soldiers over gang-raping of AAUA student
  • Blackout worsens in Port Harcourt as TCN disconnects feeders
  • NYSC begins physical verification of foreign graduates
  • NAFDAC intercepts, destroys unwholesome fish, soaps in Borno
  • Shi’ites ban could turn Abuja into conflict centre – MASSOB
  • 2023: Former INEC chair, Jega, joins PRP
  • Priests storm Enugu govt house, protest reverend’s killing
  • Oshiomhole manipulating N’Assembly over Edo crisis –Okiye, Speaker
  • Gov bemoans Gombe’s performance in NECO, SSCE
  • Wike sacks Rivers perm sec for spending unapproved funds
  • Kwara queries official over forfeited N150m property
  • Kwara Govt vows to replicate TraderMoni
  • Adamawa flooding kills five, sacks hundreds from homes
  • Adeboye prays as police search for kidnapped RCCG pastor, others

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Gunmen abduct five RCCG pastors
  • FG shifts closure of Lagos-Ibadan Expressway to September 2
  • Shi’ite Protest: Buhari pledges support for families of late DCP, Corper
  • Reps Member seeks House intervention as constituents petition poor road work
  • Court confirms Finance Director’s disappearance
  • El-Zakzaky: IMN urges court to vacate order proscribing it
  • Air Force strikes Boko Haram terrorists in Sambisa, kills scores of insurgents
  • Kidnapping: NOA director cautions against posting affluent lifestyle on social media
  • Help recover our stolen funds, Magu begs UK More modular refineries coming soon, says FG
  • Strike: NASU, SSANU give FG 14-day ultimatum, to resume suspended protest
  • PDP calls on NASS to probe alleged secret burial of 1000 soldiers
  • Ondo APC commends Akeredolu over vehicles’ refurbishment
  • Obiano reserves 60 per cent of CBN’s N4 bn grant for women
  • Obaseki, Okowa, Obiano eulogise late Chief Onyema
  • Zamfara First Lady donates motorcycle to 8-year- old girl who trekked 2 klm to school
  • 18 LCC employees in police net over alleged fraud
  • Kaduna starts clearing drainage, threatens sanction on offenders
  • Enugu to commence air surveillance in forests as gunmen kill Catholic Priest

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Vanguard

  • Buhari vows to end insurgency, other security challenges
  • FG shifts partial closure of Lagos-Ibadan expressway to Sept 2
  • How heavy flood swept FCT High Court Director of Finance
  • FG holds induction for 43 Ministers-Designate
  • NUPENG SUSPENDS PLANNED NATIONWIDE STRIKE AS NNPC WADES IN
  • Strike: NASU, SSANU gives FG 14-day ultimatum over earned allowances, staff schools
  • PROBE PANEL CALLS FOR MEMORANDA ON AGRIC COLLEGE, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OTHERS
  • N15m bailout: Nesiama appeals to Sports Ministry, AFN for repayment
  • CONCERNED NIGERIANS CONDEMN ALLEGED INVASION OF AI’S OFFICE BY PROTESTERS
  • PROTESTERS ASK AI TO LEAVE NIGERIA, WE’LL NOT STAY SILENT, AMNESTY REPLIES
  • NCAT COMMENCES OND, HND COURSES
  • African Bodybuilding Championship: Team Nigeria storms Angola
  • Fund threatens D’Tigress African title defence
  • Obaseki, Spanish Ambassador commit to stronger bilateral cooperation to fight human trafficking, others
  • LAGOS DESTITUTE HOME TURNS DEN OF THIEVES

(www.vanguardngr.com)

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