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Find out what is making headlines all over the country from the covers of The Punch, Vanguard, The Guardian and more.

For today, Monday, June 8, 2015:

VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

What Buhari wants from G7

The President is set to present Nigeria’s wish list to the G7 leaders as earlier requested by the group. READ MORE…

NASS Leadership: Dogara, Saraki threaten APC

In a statement to all aggrieved members, the APC said they should sheath their swords and allow peace to reign, in the overall interest of not just the party but the entire nation. READ MORE…

Police has least corrupt officers

The Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase has said that the Nigerian Police Force has the least corrupt officers of all the institutions in the country. READ MORE…

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THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER

N’Assembly posts: Saraki, Dogara set to defy APC

Senator Bukola Saraki boycotted the All Progressives Congress’ (APC) mock primaries organised to elect a Senate President. READ MORE…

Osinbajo, Adeboye urge Nigerians to be honest

The Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, and the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Chuch of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, on Sunday urged Nigerians to be faithful, diligent and honest in all that they do so as to attract favour from God and man.

JP Morgan may remove Nigeria from bond index Dec

JPMorgan will eject Nigeria from its Government Bond Index (GBI-EM) by the year-end unless the country restores liquidity to its currency market in a way that will allow foreign investors tracking the benchmark to transact with minimal hurdles.

Fake doctor uses friend’s licence for nine years

A senior official of the Federal Ministry of Health, Martins Ugwu, who has been practising as a ‘medical doctor’ for over nine years, has been arrested by the police upon discovery that he stole the licence from his friend.

Sell helicopter to pay workers, PDP tells Aregbesola

The state PDP also advised Aregbesola to stop spending wastefully in order to ensure that funds are raised to pay the workers. READ MORE…

G-7 Summit: Security, anti-corruption war top Buhari’s wish list

President Muhammadu Buhari is currently in Germany to attend the G7 summit set to begin on Monday, June 8, 2015. READ MORE…

Police uncover ritual killers’ hideout in Ondo, arrest five

Policemen attached to the Igbotako Division of the Ondo State Police Command have uncovered a hideout where suspected ritual killers keep their victims.

Aladetoyinbo emerges new Deji of Akure

Aladetoyinbo was unanimously selected among 13 people who showed interest in the throne. READ MORE…

Unemployment rate rose to 7.5% in Q1 – NBS

The National Bureau of Statistics on Sunday released the country’s labour statistics report for the first quarter of this year, stating that the unemployment rate had increased from 6.4 per cent at the end of the fourth quarter of 2014 to 7.5 per cent.

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THE GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER

Anger in military over Amnesty report

Director of Defence Information, Major General Chris Olukolade has described as blackmail, an Amnesty International (AI) report which accused the Nigerian Army of war crimes. READ MORE…

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BUSINESS DAY

Free gas from protocols, politics, stakeholders demand

One quick and effective way for the Federal Government under the watch of President Muhammadu Buhari to encourage investment, make the local industry competitive and generate jobs on a large scale, would be to resolve the protocols and politics cramping the production and delivery of gas, stakeholders say.

Focus shifts to Buhari’s economic team as revenue crisis rages

Investors are waiting to see the newly sworn in Nigerian president’s economic team to get a sense of the policy direction of the new government, just as a revenue crisis that has curtailed the state’s ability to spend rages on.

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