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NEWS HEADLINES (TODAY): MAJOR NIGERIAN’S NEWSPAPERS

NEWS HEADLINES (TODAY): MAJOR NIGERIAN’S NEWSPAPERS

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MONDAY 25th April, 2016
DAILY TRUST
1. Presidency orders release of 10,000 tons of grains, working on N5,000 payment
2. Despite FG’s bailout…States still owe salaries
3. Don’t expect change till 2016 budget is signed –Onu
4. Adesina: Buhari won’t rush to sign budget
5. Dogara urges traditional rulers to fight for constitutional roles
6. Troops ambush B/Haram militants
7. Police not getting recognition on counter-insurgency operations – AIG
8. Jonathan: Diaspora Nigerians remitted $21bn in 2015
9. Bribe: Saraki dismisses EFCC’s clearance of CCT chairman
10. Nigerians in London protest Saraki’s refusal to resign
11. Lagos releases white paper on Lekki unrest
12. Looters should be executed – Amb Sulaiman Dahiru

LEADERSHIP NEWSPAPERS
1. Saraki: The ‘Battle Royale’ Continues
2. NHIS Set To Flag Off First Pilot Project In 3 Plateau Villages
3. Al-Makura Details Personal Physician To Serve Indigenes
4. Kogi : Sheathe Your Sword, Embrace Peace For Dev’t, Journalists Tell Stakeholders
5. We Will Not Allow Our People To Suffer On Our Roads – Gov Bello
6. Gov Shettima Commended Over Dissolution Of BOCCIMA Board
7. North-West Govs Move To Enhance Regional Development
8. Osun Govt Goes Spiritual Over Kidnap Of Officials

PUNCH NEWSPAPERS
1. PH, Warri refineries now producing petrol – Kachikwu
2. PUNCH appoints executive director
3. PUNCH correspondent wins Africa’s best Insurance reporter’s award
4. NDDC to resume Ogbia-Nembe road construction after attack
5. Police, residents partner to fight crime in Abia
6. ‘We’ll treat militants as common criminals’
7. DPR sanctions 16 petroleum marketers for sharp practices
8. Rivers seeks FG’s help on P’Harcourt airport remodelling
9. CCT trial: Arisekola’s son calls for Saraki’s resignation
10. Kogi workers threaten strike over unpaid salaries
11. Lagos gov, deputy, speaker mourn Jafojo’s passage
12. Lagos invites IG to probe Disu’s killing
13. NHRC wants suspects’ detention beyond 48 hours stopped
14. FG okays five-year expiry date for driving licence

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