Daily Newspaper Review

Lagos at standstill as over 12,000 trucks block roads - Newspaper review

UN envoy warns on deadlier herders-farmers crises - Newspaper review

Lagos at standstill as over 12,000 trucks block roads - Newspaper review
Newspaper review: Amnesty International blows hot over Plateau killings, holds FG solely responsible

Newspaper review: Amnesty International blows hot over Plateau killings, holds FG solely responsible

In order to keep our esteemed readers updated on the latest national developments, NAIJ.com has undertaken an in-depth analysis and summary of the main headlines of various mainstream Nigerian newspapers for today, June 29.

Newspaper review: Amnesty International blows hot over Plateau killings, holds FG solely responsible
Jos protesters chase officials, stone vehicles, offices in government house - Newspaper review

Jos protesters chase officials, stone vehicles, offices in government house - Newspaper review

The main headlines of the mainstream Nigerian newspapers for Thursday, June 28, are focused on outrage and protest in Plateau state after gunmen suspected to be herdsmen stormed villages to kill over 200 people.

Jos protesters chase officials, stone vehicles, offices in government house - Newspaper review
Newspaper review: It’s unjust to say I’m silent on killings by herdsmen - Buhari

Newspaper review: It’s unjust to say I’m silent on killings by herdsmen - Buhari

The newspaper review for Wednesday June 27, leads with President Buhari's statement in Plateau state where he said it was unjust to say he was silent over deaths reportedly caused by herdsmen among other stories.

Newspaper review: It’s unjust to say I’m silent on killings by herdsmen - Buhari
Newspaper review: Those calling for Nigeria's restructuring have personal interest - Buhari

Newspaper review: Those calling for Nigeria's restructuring have personal interest - Buhari

The newspaper review for Tuesday, leads with President Muhammadu Buhari describing calls for restructuring of the country as parochial and laced with interest, hence discussions on the matter failed to capture his attention.

Newspaper review: Those calling for Nigeria's restructuring have personal interest - Buhari
Newspaper review: Buhari raises concerns over 2018 budget irregularities, says it would be hard to implement

Newspaper review: Buhari raises concerns over 2018 budget irregularities, says it would be hard to implement

The mainstream Nigerian newspapers for Thursday, June 21, are focused on the signing of the 208 budget by President Muhammadu Buhari as well as the concern raised by the president over the irregularities in the budget.

Newspaper review: Buhari raises concerns over 2018 budget irregularities, says it would be hard to implement
Newspaper review: Govt to set up ranches in Oyo, Benue, 7 others

Newspaper review: Govt to set up ranches in Oyo, Benue, 7 others

Newspaper review for June 20, leads with the federal government's plan to set up cattle ranches in Adamawa, Benue, Ebonyi, Edo, Kaduna, Nasarawa, Oyo, Plateau, Taraba, Zamfara to end herders, farmers’ crisis among other stories.

Newspaper review: Govt to set up ranches in Oyo, Benue, 7 others
Newspaper review: Buhari rules out sit down with aggrieved nPDP members as APC insists no unity list

Newspaper review: Buhari rules out sit down with aggrieved nPDP members as APC insists no unity list

The newspaper review for Tuesday, June 19, leads with President Muhammadu Buhari declaring that he will never sit down for discussion with the aggrieved members of the defunct new Peoples Democratic Party among other stories.

Newspaper review: Buhari rules out sit down with aggrieved nPDP members as APC insists no unity list
Newspaper review: If I were Buhari, I will jail Obasanjo - Oshiomhole

Newspaper review: If I were Buhari, I will jail Obasanjo - Oshiomhole

The newspaper review for Wednesday, June 13, leads with reactions that followed the conferment of the highest national honour in Nigeria to MKO Abiola, presumed winner of 1993 presidential election by President Buhari.

Newspaper review: If I were Buhari, I will jail Obasanjo - Oshiomhole
Newspaper review: Saraki expresses happiness as Senate was able to unravel high level corruption

Newspaper review: Saraki expresses happiness as Senate was able to unravel high level corruption

The newspaper review for Tuesday, June 12,leads with the people of Gbagura area in Abeokuta, Ogun state, where MKO Abiola hails from, demanding June 12 become the future date for inauguration of new governments among other stories

Newspaper review: Saraki expresses happiness as Senate was able to unravel high level corruption
Buhari declares June 12 Democracy Day, honours Abiola, Gani Fawehinmi - Newspaper review

Buhari declares June 12 Democracy Day, honours Abiola, Gani Fawehinmi - Newspaper review

The main headlines of the mainstream Nigerian newspapers for Thursday, June 7, is focused on the declaration of June 12 as the new Democracy Day by President Muhammadu Buhari in honour of late Moshood Kashimawo Abiola.

Buhari declares June 12 Democracy Day, honours Abiola, Gani Fawehinmi - Newspaper review
Newspaper review: Lawmakers threaten Buhari

Newspaper review: Lawmakers threaten Buhari

The newspaper review for Wednesday, June 6, leads with the threat of impeachment issued to President Muhammadu Buhari over the treatment of some legislators by the executive arm of the government among other stories.

Newspaper review: Lawmakers threaten Buhari
2019: Give us your list of corrupt customers - EFCC tells banks (Newspaper review)

2019: Give us your list of corrupt customers - EFCC tells banks (Newspaper review)

In order to keep our esteemed readers updated on the latest national developments, NAIJ.com has undertaken an in-depth analysis and summary of the main headlines of various mainstream Nigerian newspapers for today, June 1.

2019: Give us your list of corrupt customers - EFCC tells banks (Newspaper review)
2019 presidency: Emirs, generals back Tanimu, Tambuwal, Kwankwaso as former goes to jail (Newspaper review)

2019 presidency: Emirs, generals back Tanimu, Tambuwal, Kwankwaso as former goes to jail (Newspaper review)

The main headlines of the mainstream Nigerian newspapers for Thursday, May 31, are focused on the former governor of Taraba state, Jolly Nyame, who was recently sentenced to 14 years imprisonment over an alleged fraud.

2019 presidency: Emirs, generals back Tanimu, Tambuwal, Kwankwaso as former goes to jail (Newspaper review)
Newspaper review: Opposition, others pick holes in Buhari’s scorecard

Newspaper review: Opposition, others pick holes in Buhari’s scorecard

The newspaper review for Wednesday, May 30, leads with reactions that trailed President Muhammadu Buhari's democracy day speech, southeast governors likely showdown with IPOB over sit-at-home order among other stories.

Newspaper review: Opposition, others pick holes in Buhari’s scorecard
Revealed: Who got what in $16b Obasanjo power deals - Newspaper review

Revealed: Who got what in $16b Obasanjo power deals - Newspaper review

The main headlines of the mainstream Nigerian newspapers for Thursday, May 24, are focused on President Muhammadu Buhari's allegation that the administration of former president Olusegun Obasanjo spent $16billion on power.

Revealed: Who got what in $16b Obasanjo power deals - Newspaper review
Newspaper review: Obasanjo blew $16b on power projects - Buhari

Newspaper review: Obasanjo blew $16b on power projects - Buhari

The newspaper review for Wednesday, May 23, leads with President Muhammadu Buhari's allegation that former president Olusegun Obasanjo's administration squandered $16b on power projects among other top stories.

Newspaper review: Obasanjo blew $16b on power projects - Buhari
Newspaper review: I regret supporting Saraki to emerge as Senate president - Ali Ndume

Newspaper review: I regret supporting Saraki to emerge as Senate president - Ali Ndume

The newspaper review for Tuesday, May 22, leads with former Senate Leader, Ali Ndume, expressing his annoyance towards the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, saying that he regretted supporting him to emerge as the Senate leader.

Newspaper review: I regret supporting Saraki to emerge as Senate president - Ali Ndume
Newspaper review: Looters list sparks more controversy as FG laments over xenophobic attacks against Nigerians in SA

Newspaper review: Looters list sparks more controversy as FG laments over xenophobic attacks against Nigerians in SA

In order to keep our esteemed readers updated on the latest national developments, NAIJ.com has undertaken an in-depth analysis and summary of the main headlines of various mainstream Nigerian newspapers for today, May 18.

Newspaper review: Looters list sparks more controversy as FG laments over xenophobic attacks against Nigerians in SA
I didn't beg to be VP, I can leave at short notice, says Osinbajo - Newspaper review

I didn't beg to be VP, I can leave at short notice, says Osinbajo - Newspaper review

The main headlines of the mainstream Nigerian newspapers for Thursday, May 17, are focused on the rancour between the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Ibrahim Idris, and the Nigerian Senate President, Bukola Saraki.

I didn't beg to be VP, I can leave at short notice, says Osinbajo - Newspaper review
Newspaper review: No hiding place for treasury looters in Nigeria, Buhari vows

Newspaper review: No hiding place for treasury looters in Nigeria, Buhari vows

The newspaper review for Wednesday, May 16, leads with the statement credited to speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara in which he told President Buhari that he is not the only corrupt free person in Nigeria.

Newspaper review: No hiding place for treasury looters in Nigeria, Buhari vows
Newspaper review: Obasanjo says APC is taking Nigerians for fools as his coalition adopts ADC to unseat Buhari

Newspaper review: Obasanjo says APC is taking Nigerians for fools as his coalition adopts ADC to unseat Buhari

In order to keep our esteemed readers updated on the latest national developments, NAIJ.com has undertaken an in-depth analysis and summary of the main headlines of various mainstream Nigerian newspapers for today, May 11.

Newspaper review: Obasanjo says APC is taking Nigerians for fools as his coalition adopts ADC to unseat Buhari
Mixed reactions as Senate says IG unfit for public office - Newspaper review

Mixed reactions as Senate says IG unfit for public office - Newspaper review

The main headlines of the mainstream Nigerian newspapers for Thursday, May 10, are focused on the battle between the Nigerian Senate and the Inspector General of Police as well as the crisis in the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Mixed reactions as Senate says IG unfit for public office - Newspaper review
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