TODAY IN THE PRINTS (Newspaper Headlines Review)

*Reps urge IGP to probe killing of Yoruba traders in Borno
*Chinas Sinosteel in talks to acquire Ajaokuta Steel Mill
*Rivers crisis: Soyinka blames Jonathan
*Ive got right to intervene in bonus row Minister
*Niger Bridge, Second Niger Bridge, the woes, lies
*Boko Haram: CAN rebuffs amnesty committee
*Seven die as buildings collapse in Lagos, Kaduna
*Sino-Nigeria pact: Laloko faults sports exclusion
*Population commission laments high rate of sexual abuse
*Senate ends debate, votes on draft constitution bill Tuesday
*South Korean Scientists Successfully Kill Cancer with Magnets
*British Council launches International Schools Awards in Nigeria
*NCP doubts Obis sincerity to conduct LG poll
*Al-Makura donates 13 patrol vehicles to police, SSS
*Sacked Oloffa approaches Supreme Court
*Ramadan Special: Stop killings in Allahs name
*MDAs clearance certificates to police fake, says Auditor-General
*Police exhume body of woman killed, buried by hubby
*Parade suspected killer of LAUTECH student
*N47.6bn theft: Akingbola asks court to quash charge

*Italian court fines Saipem for bribing Nigerian officials
*Seven die, children trapped in Lagos, Kaduna buildings collapse
*Crisis, a threat to democracy – NLC
*PDP crisis: Tukur snubs Gana, Ekweremadu
*FG plans emergency rule in Rivers -Opposition govs o It is not true, says Presidency o Soyinka flays Jonathan, wife over Rivers crisis
*Niger plans improved community water supply
*Lagos to prosecute owners of abandoned structures
*Govt task force arrests four pipeline vandals
*LASG rates second quarter budget performance 83%
*Court rejects EFCC’s bid to seize Sylva’s properties

*Soyinka asks Jonathan to halt crisis in Rivers
*Why we may reject Turaki panel’s report, by CAN
*Nigeria must diversify economy, says President
*Braithwaite urges free legal representation for indigent suspects
*Again, out of court settlement fails in NLNG, NIMASA feud
*Nigeria records nine new polio cases in one week
*Court rejects EFCC’s bid to seize Sylva’s property
*Harvests of horror in Lagos, Kaduna
*One shot, others injured as Rivers lawmakers clash
*Boko Haram’s ceasefire won’t affect emergency rule
*GSM services restored in Adamawa
*18 feared dead in Edo road accident
*El-Rufai, others seek reduced powers for President, minister in petroleum sector
*Uduaghan vows to fish out attackers in Warri council
*Lagos urges review of death penalty, denies incarceration of minors
*Edo court strikes out lawmaker’s forgery suit for lack of cause
*NIS deports 120 immigrants from Edo
*Tinsel calls for audition
*Tinubu urges House caucus to reinstate Bamidele
*Olofa appeals against removal

*River Crises: How I was attacked – Chinda
*101-yr-old 3-storey building collapses in Kaduna
*House help docked for stealing N10m
*Anambra poll: No imposition of candidates — Labour Party, APA
*300 illegal immigrants rounded up in Edo
*UI students’ protest paralyses commercial activities
*Ewherido: Man dies of shock in Delta
*NPC raises alarm over Bayelsa’s aging population
*UN scribe makes case for girl child education
*Edo PDP accuses govt of plot to sell ‘Edo House’ in Lagos
*NLNG vs NIMASA: More drama as court rules on applications
*Fulani attackers operate from Nasarawa, Suswam tells Al-Makura
*Residing abroad, what you should know about Canada
*Ogun police arrest taxi driver, recover 28 bags of Indian hemp
*Students join calls for removal of Rivers’ police boss
*Expert blames low blood donation on misconception
*PIB: Jonathan, Diezani should not award oil blocs—El-Rufai
*Army parades policeman, suspected kidnappers, robbers
*Stock broker jailed 30yrs for stealing client’s N17m
*Soyinka, Nwabueze, others condemn Rivers Assembly crisis
*My Pikin’s appeal: Court adjourns till July 18
*Rivers Crisis: NLC, oil workers threaten as CPC accuses Presidency of complicity
*Reps erred in taking over Rivers House, say Sagay, Agbakoba, others
*N500m FG flood Relief fund: Delta govt dismisses alleged discrimination
*Ekweremadu, Gana locked out of Tukur’s residence
*Atiku compares Rivers crisis with Ngige’s in Anambra
*Lagos Govt undecided on death row inmates
*7 die, 14 injured in Lagos building collapse
*How PH based firms dump wastes in Aba — Ikpeazu
*Osun farmers worry as rain prevents drying of cocoa beans
*Anambra poll: No imposition of candidates – Labour Party
*How PH based firms dump wastes in Aba – Ikpeazu

*Senator’s gesture excites the needy
*Training, tools for 2200 Southeast women
*Delta youths show interest in governance
*Bakassi resettlement committee thrills Ita- Giwa
*Seven die as building collapses in Lagos
*Expert urges focus on safety
*Imoke urged to redeem pledge
*Council chair candidate calls for unity
*Reward lifts teachers in Cross River
*Council steps up child healthcare
*Blame Jonathan if Rivers governor is killed, says Soyinka
*Presidency behind crisis, say CPC, CNPP
*IGP Abubakar to politicians, police: enough of nonsense
*Senate, NCC disagree on irregularities in SIM card registration
*Lagos Assembly flays Jonathan, Mbu over Assembly fracas
*PENGASSAN threatens strike over crisis in Rivers legislature

*Rivers crisis: Nothing must happen to Amaechi – APC govs •We’re under siege here, he says •Soyinka blames Jonathan, wife
*Court refuses EFCC’s request to seize Sylva’s property
*Army smashes police robbery gang
*Death penalty: LASG calls for rethink
*FG signs $500m aviation infrastructure loan agreement with China
*NCP okays N60billion Egbin proceeds for NBET, BPE
*Insecurity: 2,000 illegal immigrants arrested in *Abuja …As FCTA cautions miscreants to steer clear of territory
*NIEITI, NUPENG, PENGASSAN, IOCs, *El-rufai pick holes in PIB
*ASUU strike: UI students protest
*CAN rejects presidential committee on amnesty
*Appeal court gives ruling in Al-Mustapha’s case today

Credits>Reviewer: Faith Oluwalose Olaniran

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