Nigeria News Headlines Today July 12 2019

Good morning to you all out there. Here is the news headlines for today Friday, July 12 2019, from iDONSABI.

Punch Newspaper Headline July 12 2019

Buhari’s qualification for presidency: Appeal court to deliver verdict on Friday

Naira gains marginally against dollar at parallel market

AFCON: Algeria beat Ivory Coast, to face Super Eagles in semi-finals

Oyakhilome’s viral video about women first aired in 2016

Only Mint can print e-passport henceforth —Presidency

READ IT: Punch Newspapers

Daily Post Newspaper Headline July 12 2109

Presidential Election: Appeal Court to deliver judgement on Buhari’s qualification Friday

Buhari, Osinbajo under attack as Nigeria passport bears herdsmen image [PHOTO]

Buhari set to retain 70 percent of ex-cabinet members in second term ministerial list

Speaker Gbajabiamila appoints Media Aide, others [See Names]

EFCC: We are fighting powerful forces – Magu

Buhari seeks Reps approval to appoint Special Advisers

READ IT: Daily Post

Daily Trust Newspaper Headline July 12 2019

Don’t hike fuel price, PDP cautions Presidency, APC

Why I crowned my wife–Oluwo

Police parade three for kidnapping, drugging 5-year-old boy to death

Ministerial list: Buhari hosts N/Assembly leadership to dinner

INEC: Retreats to sustain improved elections – Yakubu

READ IT: Daily Trust

The Nation Newspaper Headline July 12 2019

Nigeria’s debt hits N24.9tr 10:07 PM

’96 million Nigerians multidimensionally poor’

Northern Groups urges FG to end ejection of pastoralists in South East

AFCTA: Senate asks FG on national industrial policy, infrastructure plan

Fayemi directs reinstated Eight Council Chairmen to resume work

READ IT: The Nation Newspaper Nigeria

Vanguard Newspaper Headline July 12 2019

HOW I’LL EMPLOY 700,000 YOUTHS, STOP MIGRATION IN EDO STATE – DARLINGTON

COURT REMANDS MAN IN PRISON OVER ALLEGED MURDER OF BARR. NZONGWU

ICPC SECURES CONVICTION OF EX DG NIHSA FOR DIVERSION OF N603M

GOV IHEDIOHA FLAGS-OFF 9.8BN EROSION CONTROL PROJECT AT URUALLA

SANWO-OLU, TRADITIONAL RULERS PARLEY ON SECURITY, REFUSE DISPOSAL, TRANSPORTATION

I ‘LL MAKE HUMAN CAPITAL, INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVT MY FOCUS — OKOYA

CORRUPTION: GBAJABIAMILA SEEKS UK’S SUPPORT ON REPATRIATION OF STOLEN FUNDS

HERDERS-FARMERS CLASHES: PRESIDENCY WELCOMES TRURO’S REPORT TO UK PARLIAMENT

40 MILLION NIGERIANS YET TO ACCESS TELECOMS SERVICES, SAYS NCC

SAUDI ARABIA TARGETS 30M PILGRIMS BY 2030 – CONSULAR GENERAL

DALUNG TIPS SUPER EAGLES FOR AFCON GOLD

HAJJ 2019: NAHCON COMMENCE AIRLIFT OF 65,000 NIGERIAN PILGRIMS TO SAUDI ARABIA

SECURITY: AVOID UNNECESSARY TRAVELING, GOV. MASARI CAUTIONS CORP MEMBERS

READ IT: Vanguard NGR

Guardian Newspaper Headline July 12 2019

Nigeria charges 38 Shiites over violent clash

Equity investors may lose dividend as non-performing loans rise

Amidst concerns DMO puts Nigeria’s public debt at N25trn

No plans to increase petrol price — NNPC

Man divorces wife for demanding ‘bribe’ before sex

Daily Sun Newspaper Headline July 12 2019

Fisherman found dead in Bayelsa, his son still missing

Presidential tribunal: Witnesses allege mutilation, results cancellation in Buhari’s favour

Bayelsa guber: Dep Gov joins race

Imo Accountant General uncovers bloated salaries paid by Okorocha’s regime

Insecurity: Abubakar tells Buhari to provide economic base, jobs

READ IT: SunnewsNGR

Nigerian Tribune Newspaper Headline 12 July 2019

Reps Task FG To Prepare Action Plan On Population Census

Buhari Stops Importation Of Military, Paramilitary Uniforms

FRSC To Begin Enforcement Against Unregistered Vehicles

Tribunal: Again, Atiku’s Witnesses Fault Buhari’s Election Victory

Kogi Guber: APC Group Asks Ex-Naval Chief To Face EFCC Charges

READ IT: NigTribune

That’s the latest news Headlines in Nigeria for today. Enjoy your day.

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