10 Hot News You will Find In Nigeria Newspapers Today

Nigeria newspapers Today: We review the best ten news that caption in most Nigeria Newspapers this Every morning. reading most Nigeria newspaper in one page you get the idea of what others paper will talk about. We have for you the Punch, the Nation, the Vanguard, the Sun and the rest of other.

Nigeria Newspapers Today

  1. Supreme Court affirms death penalty imposed on three Bakassi Boys

Supreme Court has ok the death penalty imposed on three Bakassi boys Punch newspaper reports. The High Court of Abia State had in February 26, 2006 sentenced the three men to death for the murder of two persons which they were said to have apprehended for an alleged crime. A five-man panel of the apex court led by Justice Dattijo Muhammad unanimously ruled that the three men truly committed murder and deserved the death sentence imposed on them.

2. Fashola tells landlords to collect rents in arrears

Mr. Babatunde Fashola to landlords collect your rents in arrears. Charging one year in advance by landlord should stop specially in Lagos State. The Minister of of Power, Works and Housing and immediate past Governor of Lagos State Babatunde Fashola, on Thursday urged landlords in the country to start collecting rents in arrears beginning from today, July 6, 2018. The details of the story can be found on Punch news today.

3. S/Court frees Saraki on false assets declaration charge

The Supreme Court has dismissed the charge of false assets declaration brought against the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, before the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT).  Saraki is now a free man as far as false assets declaration. Justice Centus Chima Nweze, in a lead judgment of a five-man panel, upheld Saraki’s appeal, set aside the judgment of the Court of Appeal on the grounds that the prosecution failed to prove its case. You can get the full story on Here

4. Soyinka: Obasanjo failed woefully

Prof. Wole Soyinka has said Former President Olusegun Obasanjo recorded “sumptuous spectacular failures” in the 11 years he steered the affairs of the nation as military Head of State and civilian President. Soyinka’s assessment of the former leader is contained in the preface to his 148-page book, “Intervention VIII: Gani’s Unfinished Business”. He described Obasanjo as having a phobia for education and intellectualism. Details can be found in the Nation newspaper.

5. Wammako, Bindow, Aliero, Goje, 184 Reps shun R-APC

 The Nation newspaper listed some lawmakers that refused to join Reformed All Progressives Congress(R-APC). The paper reviews that Some bigwigs, who have opted to remain in APC, include former Governor Abdullahi Adamu; former Governor Aliyu Wammako; Ex Governor Danjuma Goje; former Governor Adamu Aliero; former Governor Kabiru Gaya; Governor Abdullahi Ganduje; Governor Yahaya Bello and Governor Jibrilla Bindow. There are several others. Check the details here

6. No going back, R-APC insists; rejects further peace talks

In Nigeria newspapers Today, leaders of the Reformed All Progressives Congress, R-APC, have reached a point of no return in their relationship with the mainstream All Progressives Congress, APC, and will not return, irrespective of the continuing supplications of the party’s new national chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole. The Vanguard newspaper has the details of the story.

7. President Buhari signs Executive Order to check corruption

President Buhari has taken a step forward in his anti corruption crusade. The Vanguard news report that President Muhammadu Buhari signed into law an Executive Order aimed at seizing assets of corrupt persons and institutions in Nigeria. You can get the full details of what the new law is all about here

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8. Crossfire: Zamfara gov, minister at war over security challenges

Also in Nigeria newspapers Today, the Sun newspaper reports that the inability to end the killings has certainly begun to take its toll on state actors and the powers that be. Only recently, Governor Abdul’Aziz Yari Abubakar and the Minister of Interior, General Abdurrahaman Danbazau engaged in an open confrontation on the way forward.

9. Ex-Finance minister, Adamu Ciroma, buried in Abuja

Mystatenews.com reported the death of Ex-Finance minister Adamu Ciroma. The Sun newspaper gives the details of his burial. The paper reports that Mallam Ciroma was buried at the Gudu Cementary, Abuja, yesterday evening. Ciroma, who was also a former Finance minister during former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s administration, between 1999 and 2003, reportedly died at the Turkish Nizamiye Hospital in Abuja, after a protracted illness. Meanwhile, it was beehive of activities and mixed emotions at his Wuse 2, Abuja residence

10. APC vows to punish breakaway group

Lastly in Nigeria newspapers Today, The Nigeria guidance reports that the All Progressives Congress (APC) yesterday denied the existence of the breakaway Reformed All Progressives Congress (R-APC), warning members of the group could face punitive measures. Read the complete story here


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