Headlines From Top Nigerian Newspapers; Tuesday 4 May

Nigerian newspapers

Below are some headlines from top Nigerian newspapers for today Tuesday 4th May, 2021;

FG prepares 400 suspected Boko Haram sponsors, BDC operators’ charges

Minimum wage: Labour lashes defaulting govs, backs Ngige litigation threat

COVID-19: Lagos bans non-Nigeria passengers from Brazil, India, Turkey

Five years after, Senate panel queries NOA’s N2bn disbursement

Army to summon Ondo lawyer alleging camping of 3,000 Fulani

New 111 lawmakers may cost tax payers N1.2bn monthly

Soldiers kill businessman in car at Owerri checkpoint, lie against victim

FG offers May savings bonds for subscription

Microsoft to equip five million Nigerians with digital skills

Labour kicks as NERC insists on power tariff review

Security experts fault Buhari’s centre for weapons control

If current insecurity continues, Nigeria’s collapse imminent – PANDEF

MTN records N385.2bn revenue, loses five million users in Q1

Microsoft to equip five million Nigerians with digital skills

Bitcoin loses market share

By attacking me, current govt courting God’s wrath – Mbaka

Boko Haram invades Zulum’s community, kills six, raze houses

Outrage as Benue herders murder 19, bandits vow to kill 17 varsity students

Wife tackles Ekiti, accuser over rape allegation against ex-lawmaker

Gunmen abduct three Ibarapa ranch owners, demand N10m

Kwara traveller caught with fresh human head, hands

Bill, Melinda Gate part ways after 27-year marriage



The Guardian

State governments face historic liquidity crises

Major reversal growth trajectory hits telecoms industry
Aviation workers flay minister for ‘poor handling’ of sector, failed promises
You’re mismanaging Nigeria’s diversity, PDP tells Buhari
Abductors threaten to kill remaining Greenfield varsity students
Boko Haram entering Bauchi from Yobe, gov cries out
Afenifere insists on restructuring to ensure true federalism
Biden to allow up to 62,500 refugees into US after criticism

The Nation
NIN registration deadline now June 30 with 54m enrolled

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:   Headlines From Top Nigerian Newspapers; Tuesday 20th April

Abductors threaten to kill 17 students after N55m ransom

Fed Govt sets up Centre to combat illicit trade in small arms

Anyim urges Buhari to raise panel of inquiry on agitations

Nigeria, Argentina renew footballing ties

MEGAFIGHT: Fury wants contract details against Joshua

Asharami Energy sets 1.8m LTI-free man-hours record

Afenifere restates call for restructuring

APC claims 40 million membership

Makinde under fire over N1.2b Oyo Lodge

Sanwo-Olu: my administration is tackling insecurity

Zulum proceeds on 21-day vacation

Boko Haram infiltrates Bauchi councils, Borno communities

Kaduna: civil servants earned 93.55 per cent of March wage bill

Bill Gates ends marriage with Melinda

Fayose’s ally accuses govt of plotting trumped-up rape charges against him


Strike looms in varsities as FG fails April deadline agreement with unions

Armed herdsmen sack home of Benue First Lady, kill 17

Forex scarcity, repatriation uncertainties depress investments in Q1 — Analysts

Fears over state police unfounded ― Ishaku

India’s vaccine, oxygen crisis deepens as caseload nears 20 million

School reopens in South Sudan after more than year of closure

IMF demand to hike power tariff may worsen Pakistan’s inflation – Minister

Chad military council announces key ministerial posts

NBA insists governors must respect Judicial autonomy

Nigeria better together, Tinubu urges agitators of secession

APC releases guidelines for Lagos LG poll

Everyone connected with Umoren’s death will be punished — Gov Emmanuel

Niger State Government relocates IDPs

Police arrest man with human head, hand in Kwara

Alleged sponsor of ‘unknown gunmen’ arrested in Imo

One beheaded, set ablaze as Ughelli market crisis worsens

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:   Algeria Star Mahrez Loses Expensive Watches To Burglars

Olu of Owode pays thank you visit to IBEDC Chairman, Tunde Ayeni over transformer replacement


To love is to risk not being loved in return. – Leo Buscaglia

### Good morning

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *