Nigerian Newspaper Headlines – Friday, 1st June, 2018

Nigerian News Headlines
Here is a list of Nigerian newspaper headlines for today, Friday, 1st June, 2018.

Nigerian Newspaper Headlines – Friday, 1st June, 2018

Punch Newspaper Headlines, 1st June, 2018.

  • I wrote 300 songs in prison – Sauce Kid.
  • 400 million girls will be excluded from employment by 2030, UN warns.
  • Abramovich becomes Israel’s wealthiest citizen.
  • Army intercepts three truckloads of ammunition.
  • Buhari, Saraki, govs, others mourn Wale Aboderin.
  • Battered wife stabs husband to death.
  • FIFA lifts suspension on Guatamela.
  • US priest abuse victims reach $210m settlement.
  • Melaye tackles Buhari as Saraki faults politicking by Customs boss.
  • I’ve constructed 1,701km roads, 35 bridges in 3 years – Gov Emmanuel.
  • Lagos bizman remanded in prison for allegedly raping Facebook friend.
  • FUTA develops solar powered generator.
  • Kwara govt spends N8bn on water projects.
  • Ooni canvasses support for Buhari.
  • Countdown (13) FIFA WC: Eagles, Three Lions ready for Wembley ‘fireworks’.

This Day Newspaper Headlines, 1st June, 2018.

  • Nigeria’s Manufacturing Index Grows at Slow Pace
  • Our Economy Has Recorded Significant Growth in Agriculture, Manufacturing, Says Osinbajo.
  • US Congress Expresses Concern over Killings by Herdsmen, Urges Buhari to Speak Out.
  • Amosun’s Search for Yewa Successor Gimmick to Cause Confusion, Says UPN Chairman.
  • Kaduna Govt. Set to Demolish My House, Senator Hunkuyi Cries.
  • Insecurity: NSA Briefs Senate Behind Close-doors.
  • Ekiti 2018: Fayemi Picks Former Commissioner, Egbeyemi as Deputy.
  • Buhari Advocates for Regional Collaboration in Tackling Maritime Crimes in Gulf of Guinea.

That’s it for the top Nigerian newspaper headlines this morning. See you again tomorrow.

Author: Vincent Abolarin

Vincent is a Nigerian blogger with special interest in the history and current happenings in the country. When he is not blogging, he enjoys reading and playing computer games.

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