Nigerian Newspaper Today, 6th August 2019

Punch

  • We’ll allow El-Zakzaky travel for medicals —DSS
  • RevolutionNow: Police clampdown disrupts Lagos, Abuja, other protests
  • 60 arrested in Cross Rivers, Lagos, others —Sowore’s lawyer
  • Herdsmen menace/banditry: Lagos, Benue, Ebonyi, five others to acquire drones
  • Minor, others arraigned for stealing N2.7m church offering
  • Artisan bags two years jail for stealing ram
  • NSCDC subjects officers to medical test
  • Oil projects in Nigeria face increasing difficulties – NNPC
  • Emirates denies increase in schedule flights
  • Gunmen kill police inspector at checkpoint in Ondo
  • AI demands probe into Shi’ites’death in custody
  • BMO faults Soyinka, Falana over Sowore
  • FCE(T) Umunze students protest alleged religious discrimination
  • Ugwuanyi to employ 1,700 forest guards
  • Akeredolu inaugurates panel to probe communal crisis
  • Ekiti PHC agency absorbs 4,000 LG health workers
  • Amosun left N18.3bn for Abiodun – Ogun ex-finance commissioner
  • Include kidney patients in NHIS — Sanwo-Olu’s wife
  • Gunmen kill pastor, abduct wife in Kaduna
  • Gunmen snatch N9.5m from Chief Accountant in Niger Govt employ
  • Guest flees Imo hotel after killing female lover

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Security foils #RevolutionNow protests in Osun, Rivers, Kano, Kwara, others
  • I’m glad the protests took place, Sowore speaks from DSS facility
  • Buhari lauds Nigerians for ignoring ‘Revolution’ March
  • Buhari advises ECOWAS body on Guinea Bissau presidential poll
  • Lawan off to Saudi Arabia for hajj
  • Court okays EFCC request to freeze Bauchi govt. account
  • Court reserves ruling in HDP’s petition against Buhari, others
  • Fuel import to end in 2023, says Kyari
  • Babalakin denies owing AMCON
  • CAN to intervene in Tiv, Jukun crisis
  • Student who committed suicide did not have poor results-OAU
  • Nimet predicts thunderstorms, rains for Tuesday
  • Engage youths to tackle killer herdsmen -Ohanaeze tells S’East govs
  • Activists, lawyers seek Sowore’s release
  • We’ll pull down houses sheltering criminals, says Ogun governor
  • I will unveil my cabinet soon, says Ganduje
  • Akpabio’s lawyer faults claim on constituency project diversion
  • Lagos begins sale of LAKE Rice
  • Borno: Police ban street begging
  • Man allegedly kills friend over ram betting

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Vanguard

  • We are not aware of El-Zakzaky’s release – IMN
  • DSS arrest Dan-Halilu, former Politics Editor over Facebook post supporting RevolutionNow
  • REVOLUTION NOW : Angry youths confront security men, protest in 4 states, FCT
  • Revolution protest has failed – Presidency
  • EFCC INVESTIGATES ILLEGAL LAND SALES IN FESTAC PHASE 11
  • NIGERIA’S RIG COUNT REMAINS UNCHANGED, AS OPEC APPRECIATES BY TWO
  • I didn’t dissolve Ohanaeze Ndigbo UK chapter – Nwodo
  • Nigerian insurers cede over $46.2bn risks abroad
  • MfBs’ bad loans drop by 5.3% to N25bn — NDIC
  • UNIVERSAL INSURANCE PARTNERS NURTW ON PAMS
  • Ugwuanyi sends anti-kidnapping bill to state Assembly
  • Gov Bello seeks stiff penalties for rapists, kidnappers, others
  • Only 25% of mothers observe exclusive breast-feeding in Anambra
  • PROTESTS IN AUCHI OVER SUSPENSION OF COUNCIL CHAIRMAN
  • MAKE CONTRACTORS DO STANDARD JOB, SAPELE RESIDENTS URGE DELTA GOVT
  • ABIA COMMUNITY SENDS SOS TO GOVT OVER HERDSMEN CRISIS

(www.vanguardngr.com)

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