Today in the Prints (Newspaper Headlines Review)

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#NationalMirror
*Out-of-school children: Aliyu sad over rating
*No decision yet to suspend strike ASUP
*Contractor mobilises to Lagos– Ibadan rail line soon Minister
*Public office holders tasked on good governance
*Danger signals on Zimbabwes elections
*Police have no business in debt recovery Judges, lawyers
*Prolonged trialsll erode credibility of justice system Ipaye, Lagos AG
*Law School training helped me Mobisola Akerele
*Uwais in the eyes of the law
*Police defy court order on Bayelsa youth activist
*FG urged to try kidnap suspects in special tribunals
*Kogi govt flayed over plans to take N20bn bond
*Use funds from tourism for development Commissioner
*Monarch calls for unity among political office holders
*Domestic operators in crisis as airlines owe workers salaries
*Mark mourns Ewherido, cuts short trip to Ghana
*Fayemi splashes N1bn on pensioners
*Suspect arrested over Ajah murders
*Be on alert, NYSC boss tells corps members

 

#Punch
*Wike, Opara betrayed me – Amaechi
*NHRC accuses soldiers of extrajudicial killings in Baga
*Gunmen free 175 prisoners in Akure jailbreak
*NLC faults move to change minimum wage law
*No compensation for Boko Haram victims –Presidential committee
*LASG warns of heavier rains, thunderstorm in July
*Retired judges call for local policing
*PDP hails Fashola at 50
*Lagos decries attacks on govt contractors
*Akpabio advocates maintenance culture
*Don canvasses review of rape laws
*I’ll quit politics after my tenure -Obi
*Why PDP lost South-West in 2011 -Atiku

 

#Guardian
*Troops kill 50 Boko Haram suspects, capture three
*PDP decries ACN’s request for probe over Jonathan, Amaechi rift
*NUPENG begins strike over alleged anti-labour policies
*Accumulating unneeded wealth is madness, says Obi
*NLC, TUC caution against removal of wage law from exclusive list
*NCC rules out extension of SIM registration deadline
*How to fight corruption, by Ribadu
*Senator Ewherido dies, Jonathan, Delta, Mark, others mourn
*Cash-less Policy Begins In Kano, Anambra, Rivers
*Obama Urges Africa To Unite Against Terrorism, Sectarian Violence
*175 inmates missing in Ondo jail break
*$2tr laundered yearly, as banks prioritise anti-fraud systems
*Govt asks court to discharge ex-parte order on NIMASA, others
*BPP rejects Aviation Ministry’s fresh N900m proposal for UPS
*Jonathan petitioned over Adoke’s non-prosecution of MTN
*Stakeholders list tasks for new NCAA DG
 *NUC warns varsities against unapproved post-UTME fee
*Security: State Reinforces Vigilante Group To Compliment Police
*Akande Carpets Jonathan Over Amaechi Snub
*Community Disputes STF’s Claim On Casualty Figures

 

#Tribune
*ELECTRICITY: Nigeria, 6 others to get Obama’s $7bn
*Why demolition of 600 marked houses may not happen – Commissioner
*175 inmates freed as gunmen attack Akure prison
*Those I helped into offices now backstab me – Amaechi
*NECO can’t be phased out by mere fiat – Lawmaker
*3 Boys Brigade officers kidnapped in Maiduguri
*Bad governance, cause of insecurity – Sultan
*2015: Battle to stop Jonathan moves to Appeal Court
*Jonathan’s mid-term report, signal to Nigeria’s development – NOA DG
*Nigerian army is winning war on terrorism – Ihejirika
*Ekiti pays N1bn arrears to 1,755 pensioners

 

#TheNation
*Akure prison bombed
*JTF kills 50 Boko Haram suspects
*Delta Senator Ewherido dies at 50
*Amaechi, Wike in battle of wits after Jonathan’s visit
*The late Ewherido
*Two feared dead in Lagos airport road crash
*Nigeria’s move to become Africa’s biggest economy
*Nigeria as Africa’s new investors’ haven
*Stop campaign of calumny against APC, says ACN
*Fani-Kayode: APC not a Muslim party
*Kumuyi: God’ll work wonders in Nigeria
*PDP chief Onwe warns Tukur against flouting court orders
*CNPP requests for blanket recovery of $400b Abacha’s loot
Credits: Faith Olaniran

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