Friday, 9 June 2017


·         Mother kills newborn daughter to save her career

·         Admission of Morocco into ECOWAS is an anti-Nigeria move

·         10 things you don’t know about debit cards

·         Two highway robbers killed in Ogun

·         We are not afraid of Eagles – Bafana

·         Former pepper hawker earns PhD in Biomedical Engineering

·         Suspended Ekiti lawmaker storms assembly to resume duty

·         Anti-Igbo threat: Police fail to arrest Arewa youth leaders despite el-Rufai’s order

·         Ronaldo is highest-paid athlete – Forbes

·         Army, DSS, police, others collected from Diezani’s $115m bribe — Witness

·         Reps: Security should be on the alert

·         Southeast governors, IG: Igbo are safe in the North

·         EFCC blocks firms’ N116m

·         Our interest in Port Harcourt Refinery, by Oando

·         Clean-up delay: UN begs Ogoni to be patient

·         Obaseki versus Ize-Iyamu: Appeal Court gives verdict today

·         Olukere: I didn’t collect N1m from Fayose to demolish shrine

·         Govt begins door-to-door grains sharing for IDPs

·         Saraki should defend charges against him, says Fed Govt

·         Senate passes Witness Protection Bill

·         Oyo has paid salary till February, says govt

·         APC to Southeast leaders: rein in your separatist agitators

·         Landmark Varsity begins admission screening

·         2015 polls: Kwara police, army, SSS, INEC, others shared in $115m ‘Diezani bribe’, says witness

·         Breastfeeding: Between right and decency

·         UK Labour leader says May should resign after hung Parliament

·         Igbo quit notice: ‘FG biased, handling threat with levity’

·         How social media stresses teenagers

·         Nigeria must restructure or perish – Igbo group

·         A show of care by Rotary Club

·         When Navy, Police unsettled peaceful Calabar

·         Quit notice: Kalu lauds northern govs for patriotism

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