Nigerian Newspapers Today 1st August 2019
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Nigerian Newspapers Today 1st August 2019

Punch

  • We’ll use highway cameras to curb banditry – Buhari
  • Shi’ites file case against proscription today, suspend protests
  • I didn’t sign Buhari’s Cambridge certificate – WAEC official
  • Nigerian in Singaporean prison charged with $37,745 fraud
  • 70% of medicine consumed in Nigeria imported – NAFDAC
  • Abducted post-UTME candidate recounts ordeal in herdsmen’s den
  • Stolen N400m: Army detains fleeing soldier’s wife, children
  • FG prevents MDAs from wasting N500bn
  • MTN lifts partial ban on Glo calls
  • Nigeria records $15bn investments in six months
  • Dangote dedicates 53% of refinery capacity to petrol
  • Ibadan dry port for final agreement August
  • Edo, Kano, Delta lead in human trafficking
  • Anambra traders ban prayers in markets
  • Ogun to dualise three federal roads
  • Panic as cultists kill two Imo undergraduates
  • One dies, shops burnt in Gombe tanker crash
  • Woman films boyfriend while raping her friend
  • 18 Lekki toll collectors handed over to police
  • Lagos trains health workers in infectious diseases
  • Edo deputy speaker faults proclamation order to Obaseki

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • AfCFTA treaty won’t affect manufacturers’ interest, Buhari assures
  • Buhari upgrades College of Agriculture to University
  • Senate pledges speedy passage of SURCON Act Amendment Bill
  • WAEC official, presidential aide confirm Buhari’s certificates
  • Tribunal sacks Ondo PDP lawmaker, declares APC candidate winner
  • Tribunal orders Police CP to tender Kano gov election results
  • Fed Govt, Labour minimum wage talks deadlocked
  • FG to deploy CCTV, drones for security in South West – Ooni of Ife
  • Presidency announces death of SA Special Duties
  • Three killed as Fed varsity Wukari shuts down over Tiv/Jukun crisis
  • Azaghene invasion: Falana demands troop withdrawal, prosecution
  • Seplat eyes completion of 160,000 bopd Amukpe-Escravos pipeline
  • Umahi suspends teachers’ postings in Ebonyi
  • I’ll revive Kogi economy in four years – Melaye
  • Alawe emerges new Ekiti council of Obas chairman
  • Solar power beneficiaries in Ondo to pay N500 monthly
  • Abducted Ondo quarry worker freed
  • 15 die, many others missing in Niger boat accident
  • Car hire operator returns N888,000 passport to passenger
  • Woman, 23, ‘conspires’ with lover to ‘rape’ friend

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Vanguard

  • Persistent Apapa Gridlock makes me sad, says Buhari
  • BUHARI HINTS ON POSSIBLE CHANGES IN MILITARY
  • Presidential Poll: We have no hand in Buhari’s Cambridge document – WAEC Deputy Registrar
  • Court sentences 25-year-old man to death by hanging for killing friend over N20 loan
  • We haven’t received names of cleared ministerial nominees – Presidency
  • 50,000 MSMES GRANTED DBN LOANS IN 2YRS
  • Methodist Prelate, Uche, advises churches to obey tax laws
  • DANGOTE REDEEMS PLEDGE TO SUPER EAGLES
  • GMO FOOD IS POSTPONED SUICIDE IN DISGUISE, ENVIRONMENTALISTS WARN
  • U.S. Navy band thrill Nigerians with Fela’s ‘Water no get enemy’
  • Zulum sends monarchs back to palaces, 5 yrs after taking refuge in Maiduguri
  • Olu of Warri tasks Buhari on abandoned $20b Ogidigben park, Warri Ports
  • Ranching: Akwa Ibom imports 2,000 cattle from Brazil
  • DELSU Vice-chancellor bags Thomas Sankara Agnize award
  • DEPRESSION AMONG YOUTH: OBASEKI URGES COLLABORATION AMONG GOVTS, NGOS, OTHERS ON MGT
  • EDOJOBS, ITF TO COMMENCE FREE TRAINING ON WELDING, FURNITURE MAKING, OTHERS
  • Satellite Town residents protest at Sanwo-Olu’s office, demand relocation of tank farms, terminals

(www.vanguardngr.com)

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