TODAY IN THE PRINTS (Newspaper Headlines Review)

#NationalMirror
*Mark kicks off construction of N51bn legislative institute
*Borno: When Boko Haram created wave of refugees
*NBA okays Kalejaiye for trial over Osun election petition tribunal
*Celebrating Mandela at 95
*N47.1bn fraud: Akingbola loses bid to stop trial
*FG, states, LGs share N718bn
*Uduaghan advises NSCDC on intelligence gathering
*Al-Mustapha is still an officer- Army
*NLNG begins gas export this week
*N25m damages: Baba Suwe heads for Supreme Court
*Nigerias political woes over soon Adefarasin
*Seven die in police, robbers shootout
*Group tasks Jonathan on nations challenges
*Alao-Akala caused LAUTECH crisis Ajimobi, Aregbesola
*Osun immortalises Adesoji Aderemi with N14.5bn road
*Unlawful detention: Lawyer sues judge for N5m
*NLC slams Federal Govt over increase in electricity tariff
*Man kills wife seven days after twins birth
*NEMA enlists more volunteers for rescue operation
*Niger spends N7.2bn on fertiliser Commissioner

#Punch
*NDLEA transferred N93bn, 70 cases to EFCC – Giade
*Petrol subsidy payment hits N240.5bn
*Electricity tariff will increase despite poor supply -NERC
*Patience Jonathan blames elders for fuelling Rivers crisis
*PDP crisis festers as Tukur stops Gana panel
*’Snowden has blueprints to NSA’
*EU, UNIDO offer N2.5bn support for infrastructure
*Nelson Mandela inspires nation as 95th birthday nears
*Britain’s House of Lords passes gay marriage bill
*US not taking sides on Egypt –American diplomat
*Zimmerman trial: Protesters aim to keep up momentum
*Court decides Tukur’s fate July 25
*Akingbola fails to stop N47bn theft charges
*PDP crisis festers as Tukur stops Gana panel

#Vanguard
*3 remanded over alleged terrorism, threat to kill
*6 trampled to death in scramble for Ramadan largesse
*Tension as NJC meets over 69 judges
*ASUP exco meets on strike today
*Boko Haram ceasefire: Operation continues until… – Army
*Ministries stink with corruption – Borofice
*Ekiti PDP crisis worsens over consensus candidate
*Intercontinental Bank: Court insists on Akingbola’s trial
*Rivers crisis: Dame Patience calls for truce
*Fresh crisis in PDP as NWC cancels convention
*Mimiko seeks more resources for states
*We ‘ll look into INEC’s request for Electoral Act amendment – Ekweremadu
*2015: Northern youths condemn planned replacement of Sambo
*Why I was arrested by EFCC – Elumelu
*Nwabueze is envious of Jonathan, Clark – Delta elders
*Lagos police nab 10 suspected kidnappers
*Woman roasts 7-yr-old step-son’s hand
*Oil theft is Nigeria’s biggest challenge – Oshiomhole
*Onitsha bizman petitions IGP over threat to life in N37.9m deal
*Enang rejects autonomy for LGs, mayoral status for FCT
*Bauchi SUBEB re-engages 2,495 primary school teachers
*Sanusi, ex-EFCC bosses, others shun Reps’ probe of N2trn seized assets
*VC blames ASUU strike on FG’s insincerity
*Yuguda, Rep trade words over relocation of LG hqtrs
*Stakeholders urged to intervene in ASUU strike
*Abe dismisses oppositions’ plot to remove Amaechi
*Electricity tariff fair, reasonable — NERC
*Oghiadomhe to journalists: Don’t allow politician use you
*FG, states, LGs share N718.103bn
*Finance Ministry takes over pension
*Govt to accord Mrs Fajuyi befitting burial
*Police probe rulership tussle in Ebonyi community

#Guardian
*Wary of arrest, Sudan’s president shuns AIDS summit in Abuja
*Suspended councillors accuse Reps of bias in Rivers’ crisis
*NERC insists on new electricity tariff
*Tambuwal urges prudent use of N2trn assets seized by EFCC
*’Why Al-Mustapha faces imminent retirement from Army’
*Subscribers sue MTN, seek N3b damages
*Appeal Court reinstates Umeh as APGA national chairman
*PPA, NCP sue CROSIEC over alleged change of polls timetable
*Fresh outrage at Rivers’ crisis
*NLC rejects new electricity tariff
*Police, Edo official clash over traffic breach
*10 feared killed in Bauchi auto crash
*ECOWAS to ratify $2b Abidjan-Lagos highway
*Work begins on N51b N’Assembly institute’s permanent site
*Court sacks Kogi pensions boards
*Sacked Taraba SSG, commissioners sue acting gov, others
*Why polls can’t hold in Edo council, by electoral body
*Abiola’s aide rejects court’s verdict freeing Mustapha, Shofolahan
*Edo PHCN workers clash over severance package, re-engagement
Court Of Appeal restores Umeh as APGA national chairman

#Tribune
*Presidency warns against another civil war
*Malabu oil deal: EFCC must prosecute culprits – Reps •Call for cancellation of handover of oil block
*ASUU strike: NASS urges union to reduce demands, as ASUU remains adamant
*Come out if you can, Jimoh Ibrahim challenges critics
*Corruption probe: Anxiety as NJC meets over petitions against judges
*FG, NASS, ASUU parley deadlocked
*Call Oritsejafor to order, NSCIA tells Christian leaders, FG
*Osun PDP exco defends Oladipo’s nomination as national secretary
*Cabinet reshuffle: Jonathan draws list of ministers with gov ambition
*Okwu rejects Umeh’s restoration as APGA chairman
*Lawyer files N5m suit against judge over alleged abuse of judicial power

#TheNation
*PDP’s convention plans crash as INEC rejects lists
*Boko Haram chief Shekau’s in-laws arrested
*Nigeria under fire for hosting al-Bashir
*Court to rule July 25 in suit against PDP
*Court of Appeal affirms Umeh as APGA chair
*First Lady sues for peace in Rivers State
*Amaechi raises panel on House crisis
*Group seeks end of money-politics

Credits>Reviewer: Faith Oluwalose Olaniran

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