Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today [Mon-25-May-2020]

Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today [Mon-25-May-2020]

Here are top Nigerian newspaper headlines for Monday May 25 2020 latest from Nigerian national dailies.

Vanguard Newspaper, Daily Sun, Guardian, Daily Independent, Punch Newspaper, Tribune, The Nation Newspaper, ThisDay Newspaper Headlines.

Vanguard Newspaper Headlines Today [Mon-25-May-2020]

  • About 10 Akwa Ibom Govt House Press corps reportedly test positive for COVID-19
  • COVID-19: Panic in Calabar over death of two suspected cases
  • How teenage girl faked own death to avoid financial pressure from mother
  • Online teaching: We are being extorted — Parents
  • Lagos discharges 45 more COVID-19 patients
  • Give Nigerians evidence-based COVID-19 therapies, scientists urge FG, NAFDAC
  • Autonomy for state legislature, judiciary: Lawyers, CSOs split over Buhari’s executive order
  • State Governments face unprecedented financial crisis
  • Expect more cases of Coronavirus in Lagos — Abayomi
  • Know your COVID-19 diet

  • COVID-19: Time to restructure is now ‘ AFENIFERE, OHANAEZE, MIMIKO
  • Regional security: S-East govs mandate Houses of Assembly to enact laws
  • Herbal medicine suffers from poor disposition to local products ‘ Professor Iwu
  • COVID-19: Report of workers’ shutdown untrue, says LUTH CMD
  • ISSUP Nigeria worries over mental health of patients
  • Travelling on Akoko highways in Ondo now nightmare, group cries out to govt
  • External reserves to hit $36bn
  • Despite El-Rufai’s threat, Kaduna health workers commence industrial action
  • COVID-19 raises posers over business interruption underwriting
  • Taskforce rates Ekiti high on COVID-19 response, management
  • NiMet predicts sunny thundery weather, May 25 to May 27
  • Spotting early sign of mental illness
  • NGSA, MCO, others demand release of 17 illegal Chinese miners by Osun Govt for prosecution
  • Barcelona cannot afford Inter star Martinez, claims Zamorano
  • Disrupted vaccinations pose deadly threat to 80 million children ‘ UN
  • Shareholders set agenda for new SEC management
  • Deepening the media’s coverage of COVID-19: Challenges and prospects
  • Buhari not sincere about keeping Nigeria together — Adebanjo
  • Anambra to unveil health scheme for rural dwellers ‘ Commissioner
  • CIBN outgoing President advocates ethical leadership in banks
  • Lagos govt launches initiative to boost reading culture
  • Ric Flair re-signs with WWE after coronavirus holdup
  • Edo councillor sues chairman, others over alleged abduction
  • DBN disburses N100bn to MSMEs
  • COVID-19: Oyo state records 28 new cases
  • The impounded British aircraft
  • Executive rascality: SERAP takes Wike, FG to ECOWAS court over rights violations in Rivers
  • COVID-19: FG to dispatch experts to re-engage Kogi Govt
  • Tax exemption: Agency vows to prosecute revenue consultants, LGA staff
  • Nigeria’s siamese twins of justice
  • Chinese medicine trained expert claims to have cure for COVID-19
  • Kagote tells Ogoni youths to be wary of mischief-makers
  • Lagos govt introduces ‘Read Aloud’ initiative
  • Super Eagles star narrates how skinny frame almost hindered his career
  • Father arrested for defiling own daughters aged 6 and 9 in Ondo
  • I faked my death to avoid financial pressure from my mother ‘ Daughter
  • Zamfara gets ultra-modern COVID-19 booths

[www.vanguardngr.com]

Punch Newspaper Headlines Today [Mon-25-May-2020]

  • In lockdown e-learning, FG violates rights of pupils with special needs
  • Strange disease kills 11 in Rivers community
  • US returnees accuse NCDC of abandonment, threaten protest
  • Kano, Katsina, Borno Muslims shun Sultan, PTF, storm prayer grounds
  • Bishop chases worshippers without face masks out of Enugu church
  • Man sets sister ablaze for disrespecting mother
  • We didnt barricade Niger bridge entrance
  • SEast govs urge houses of assembly to enact regional security laws
  • Looming fiscal crisis and wisdom of Awolowo
  • Buharis Executive order 10, restructuring for the poor

  • I’m too busy to eye Anambra gov seat — Ngige
  • Ondo APC Unity Forums leader joins Akeredolus camp
  • FCT shuts nightclubs, arraigns operators for lockdown violation
  • South-West states work out plan on Amotekun collaboration
  • Office invasion: Minister, Dabiri-Erewa fight dirty on social media
  • Kashamu petitions AIG over PDP office invasion, assassination attempt
  • More Britons to leave Nigeria in three charter flights
  • Ex-militant leaders seek payment for NDDC contracts
  • Residents flee Yobe community, fear Boko Haram attack
  • We killed 200 Zamfara, Katsina bandits Military
  • South-East govs urge houses of assembly to enact regional security laws
  • LASG discharges 31 COVID-19 patients
  • Agency to prosecute illegal tax collectors in Cross River
  • Police kill eight suspected kidnappers in Taraba
  • Governors hail Muslims, seek peace, prayers against coronavirus
  • Ilorin emir, others pray at home
  • Ooni, ex-lawmaker commend faithful for resilience
  • Businessman supports Oyo road repairs
  • Lagos closes Marine Beach Bridge for five months
  • Zamfara councillor beaten, stripped, LG official fingers chairman
  • PFN congratulates Muslims, preaches peace
  • Senator expresses concern as Abuja Muslims storm Nasarawa
  • Delta Speaker calls for sober reflection
  • Osun records two new COVID-19 cases
  • FG rules out involvement in Bash Ali record fight
  • LASG plans to promote reading culture
  • NSCDC arrests Ondo welder for defiling daughters
  • Buharis aide, others fault N1m fine against British airline
  • I almost quit Barca Messi
  • Cops chasing suspected kidnappers shoot teenager performing ablution
  • Pray against COVID-19, misrule in Ondo, Adelami urges Muslims
  • Banks investments in software rise to N46.2bn
  • Saka to sign new Arsenal contract
  • Centre donates N70,000 to teenage mother held in hospital
  • Communications minister used armed men to evict my staff- Dabiri-Erewa
  • ACF, Sani urge prayers against hardship by Nigerians
  • CBN, others donate medical equipment to Kogi
  • Fathers death: Lille offer Osimhen private jet to visit family
  • Eid-el-Fitr: PFN congratulates Sultan, Muslims
  • FG begins work to stop Ondo ocean incursion
  • Makinde, others call for investment in facility management
  • Keane my toughest opponent, admits Yobo
  • Housemaid faked death to escape mothers financial pressure Police
  • Gunmen kidnap four construction workers in Niger
  • Abia commissioner for environment dies, state fingers hypertension

[www.punchng.com]

Daily Sun Newspaper Headlines Today [Mon-25-May-2020]

  • Agriculture Ministry stinks: Minister, perm secs fight dirty over N11bn transaction, mismanagement
  • Covid-19, our lives and the questions that matter
  • Is Ahmad Lawan truly committed to rebuilding Nigeria’s economy
  • SGF curcular: FIIRO Governing Board on spot over non-adherence to due process in DG’s suspension
  • Attacks on NSA: US Govt goes after Diezani’s cousin
  • God didn’t give me another chance — my money did
  • Why we cut 25% of Lagos 2020 budget ‘Egube, Economic Planning Commissioner
  • Stop wasting your time on coronavirus fight, China advises US
  • Soldiers kill 35 insurgents, recover weapons, communication gadgets, others in Borno
  • We won Kogi guber poll, PDP insists

  • Bluechip equities take NSE to 5-day winning streak
  • Neutralise 115 in North East
  • Alleged forgery: Bayelsa deputy gov asks tribunal to quash subpoena against him
  • Dare hints of new policy for sports
  • Investors scramble for Neimeth as H1 profit rises by 938.6%
  • Enugu and the real legacy projects
  • APC chieftain seeks free medical care for pregnant women, others in Anambra
  • Nsukka flood: Ugwuanyi calls for lasting solution
  • Curious mass movement of strange men to the South
  • Ola Aina’s future at Torino hangs in the balance
  • Ogun PDP crisis: Kashamu raises the alarm over plan to invade party secretariat with hoodlums
  • COVID-19: PTF lauds inter-state transporters’ safety guidelines ahead of resumption
  • Patriotism/good leadership: elements for nigeria’s development
  • FG backs out of Bash Ali’s world record fight
  • Court orders fresh trial of Blue Dolphin Limited, others over alleged bunkering
  • Alleged forgery: Bayelsa deputy gov ask tribunal to quash subpoena against him
  • Renewed effort to revive Ajaokuta steel plant
  • PAN Nigeria donates food items to Kaduna state govt
  • Sudden death of popular Terrace House star shocks Japan, fans
  • Samuel Sochukwuma Okwaraji: Almost impossible to love Nigeria
  • Messi’s net worth hits 309m
  • Undue politicization of judicial process by some judges
  • PDP women leader appeals for calm over tribunal verdict
  • Coscharis Motors re-opens auto sales, service facilities
  • Approves medical research facilities’ funding by TETFund
  • Eagles’ striker Osimhen loses dad
  • AfDB: US demands investigation into allegations against Adesina
  • COVID-19: Safety rules compliance, only way out- Methodist Archbishop
  • FG fines Flairjet airline N1m for flouting regulations
  • 2023: I’ve right to vie for presidency, other elective posts ‘ Ngige

[www.sunnewsonline.com]

Guardian Newspaper Headlines Today [Mon-25-May-2020]

  • Akwa Ibom decries absence of COVID-19 test centre
  • Unconfirmed reports of COVID-19 infection among govt house press corps create fears for journalists
  • Bournemouth player tests positive for COVID-19
  • Between Gambari and Ken Saro-Wiwa : Who’s the villain
  • Violating interstate movement ban dangerous to COVID-19 fight
  • Gambari as rallying point for Kwara politics
  • Wenger queries motive behind foreign investors in French football
  • Sanwo-olu to mark one year in office with project commissioning
  • Ondo APC factional chairman backs out, declares support for Akeredolu
  • Teenager fakes own death on social media to avoid financial pressure from mother

  • We are working on new policy for sports, says Dare
  • Aubameyang ‘on the verge of Arsenal exit’ as PSG bid ’38m
  • UK PM Johnson backs key aide over lockdown breach claims
  • Brother allegedly sets pregnant sister ablaze for slapping mother
  • Group alleges fresh evidence of N25 billion spending on imaginary road repairs by NDDC
  • Aubameyang ‘on the verge of Arsenal exit’ as PSG bid ’38m
  • Sweet-toothed Werner bags hat-trick as Leipzig trounce Mainz
  • Farmers lament harassment by security officers, donate 60,000 eggs to Lagos
  • How my pregnant wife died of neglect at Epe General Hospital
  • Nine killed in eastern DR Congo attack
  • Sweet-toothed Werner bags hat-trick as Leipzig trounce Mainz
  • Lyon president says French League’s halt to Ligue 1 was ‘stupid
  • Dozen accuse of witches and wizards, set ablaze in Cross River community
  • Nigerians abroad urged to pressurise UK government on Madueke’s repatriation
  • 8 jihadists killed in Ivorian-Burkinabe operation
  • Lyon president says French League’s halt to Ligue 1 was ‘stupid
  • Financial service provider raises N10 billion bond issuance
  • Dortmund waiting on defender Hummels for Bayern clash
  • Okowa greets Edwin Clark at 93, says he is a fearless, patriotic leader
  • Thousands protest in Hong Kong over China security law proposal
  • Dortmund waiting on defender Hummels for Bayern clash
  • Stakeholders reject APC’s direct primaries for Edo polls
  • People impact of Lagos State budget review
  • Eagles’ striker Osimhen loses dad
  • Tackling COVID-19: The LASG example
  • Egypt pardons former policeman jailed for pop singer murder
  • Tackling COVID-19: The LASG example
  • Cross River warns MASSOB against any act of treason
  • COVID-19 cases rise to 183 in Ogun State
  • Eagles’ striker Osimhen loses dad
  • How N15.2 billion gross written premium raises investors’ confidence
  • Bournemouth player tests positive for COVID-19
  • North Korea discusses new policies for increasing ‘nuclear war deterrence
  • Opon Imo and virtual learning: A seamless engagement

[www.guardian.ng]

The Nation Newspaper Headlines Today [Mon-25-May-2020]

  • Akanu Ibiam Airport to reopen after COVID-19 lockdown
  • NCDC confirms 313 cases as Lagos discharges 31
  • Rivers Govt to EFCC: stop media trial
  • Patients decry shabby treatment at Niger Centre
  • Restructure or unravel- 1
  • UK to evacuate citizens
  • Spectra donates food products in Lagos
  • Lockdown enforcement
  • New cases overstretch Oyo Isolation centres
  • Leveraging digital tools for agricultural extension support

  • Niger negates Nigeria
  • APC NWC may adopt indirect primaries in Ondo
  • Teachers: Endangered species
  • Jigawa, Borno, Taraba record highest petrol prices in April
  • Elumelu to lead Senegal, Liberia presidents, others at UBA Africa Day forum
  • Sterling Bank launchesOneBankApp
  • Ex- Ogun PDP chair, nine others planned to invade Secretariat, Kashamu alleges
  • Stay away from AIbom
  • Buhari, family members observe Eid prayer inside Aso Villa

[www.thenationonlineng.net]

ThisDay Newspaper Headlines Today [Mon-25-May-2020]

  • Egube: Focus Will Be on Job Creation after Restarting the Economy
  • Nigeria, Others Urged to Retool Budgets, Enhance Agric Production
  • Banks Offering Access to Low Interest Funds
  • CSCS Shareholders Approve N4.3bn Dividend Payout
  • DBN: We Created 3,192 Jobs in 2019
  • Covid-19 Restrictions Confuse Travellers
  • WBank Announces $500m to Fight Locusts, Preserve Food Security
  • Caverton Records 36% Rise in Profit in 2019
  • Liverpool, Atletico UCL Clash Led to 41 Additional COVID-19 Deaths
  • Experts Proffer Solutions to Nigerias Challenges

  • Uzoho Dismisses Rivalry with Akpeyi, Ezenwa but Okoye
  • Calm Global Deploys Solution for Asset Managers, Others
  • Ighalo Admits First Eagles Call up was Shocking
  • Impact has been more pronounced in developing countries due flight to safety.
  • Alleged Fraud: PDP Asks Lagos Speaker to Step Aside for Investigation
  • Wilfred Ndidi Scores Special Goal
  • FROM MADAGASCAR WITH LOVE
  • The Weeping Governor of This Era
  • Taiwo Awoniyi Dreams Anfield Return

[www.thisdaylive.com]

Daily Trust Newspaper Headlines Today [Mon-25-May-2020]

  • I faked my death to stop my mother, uncle from bothering me financially
  • Coronavirus: Tell stories of hope, peace, Catholic Bishop tells journalists
  • Storm over Buhari’s Executive Order on state legislature, judiciary
  • Kpakor wants 40% of Super Eagles to be home-based players
  • Ekiti govt trains100 protocols enforcement officers in MDAs
  • 100 days after, Gov Diri yet to form cabinet
  • His tearful Excellency
  • The West is ‘hitting refresh’ on China in technology/manufacturing
  • COVID-19: Africa to lose $200bn -IMF
  • Pillars coach Musa targets another unbeaten run as NPFL eyes resumption

  • I faked my death to stop my mother, uncle from bothering me financially
  • Coronavirus: Tell stories of hope, peace, Catholic Bishop tells journalists
  • Storm over Buhari’s Executive Order on state legislature, judiciary
  • Kpakor wants 40% of Super Eagles to be home-based players
  • Ekiti govt trains100 protocols enforcement officers in MDAs
  • 100 days after, Gov Diri yet to form cabinet
  • His tearful Excellency
  • The West is ‘hitting refresh’ on China in technology/manufacturing
  • COVID-19: Africa to lose $200bn -IMF
  • Pillars coach Musa targets another unbeaten run as NPFL eyes resumption
  • Abaji Muslims observe Eid prayers in Nasarawa
  • Edo gov’ship poll: Corps members tasked on neutrality, patriotism
  • B/Haram: Understanding the wailing wailers
  • Lagos embraces technology, promotes digital monitoring of physical development
  • Federal gov’t distances self from Bash Ali’s controversial fight
  • Profiling Almajiris
  • Babayo is new board chairman of Premium Pension Limited
  • FCTA reopens markets for agric inputs, others
  • Private schools owners seek FG’s loan, stimulus package
  • Kogi governorship: We are heading to Appeal Court ‘ PDP
  • Ramadan in times like this (II)
  • NIGCOMSAT partners with digital satellite TV providers
  • Equities market’s bullish streak raised investors’ gain to N694bn
  • Dortmund waiting on defender Hummels for Bayern clash
  • Nisa Premier Hospital pledges support for fight against COVID-19
  • Clamour for power sector privatisation reversal not in nation’s interest
  • Why we are powering smart homes ‘ LG
  • Super Eagles’ striker Osimhen loses dad
  • Six weeks out of action
  • Nigeria fines UK-based Flairjet for violating aviation regulations
  • Sterling Bank launches OneBank App
  • Super Eagles’ striker Osimhen loses father
  • I faked my death to stop my mother, uncle from bothering me financially
  • Coronavirus: Tell stories of hope, peace, Catholic Bishop tells journalists
  • Storm over Buhari’s Executive Order on state legislature, judiciary
  • Kpakor wants 40% of Super Eagles to be home-based players
  • Ekiti govt trains100 protocols enforcement officers in MDAs
  • 100 days after, Gov Diri yet to form cabinet
  • His tearful Excellency
  • The West is ‘hitting refresh’ on China in technology/manufacturing
  • COVID-19: Africa to lose $200bn -IMF
  • Pillars coach Musa targets another unbeaten run as NPFL eyes resumption
  • Abaji Muslims observe Eid prayers in Nasarawa
  • Edo gov’ship poll: Corps members tasked on neutrality, patriotism
  • B/Haram: Understanding the wailing wailers
  • Lagos embraces technology, promotes digital monitoring of physical development
  • Nigeria fines UK-based Flairjet for violating aviation regulations
  • Sterling Bank launches OneBank App
  • Super Eagles’ striker Osimhen loses father

[www.dailytrust.com]

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