Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today: 7th May, 2019

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Vanguard

Breaking: Peter Obi goes to hospital

Former governor of Anambra state, Mr. Peter Obi is sick. He went to Queen of the Rosary Hospital, Waterside, Onitsha, dropped samples for a test and received treatments.

Thisday

APC Yet to Tell Me Not to Run, Says Ndume

A former Senate Leader, Senator Ali Ndume, yesterday stated that there was no time the All Progressives Congress (APC) officially asked him not to run for the position of Senate President, saying he joined the race to win as he has the support of his colleagues and party leaders to content for the position.

The Sun

9th Senate presidency: Goje’s entrance alters calculation

The 9th National Assembly’s inauguration is barely a month away. Ahead of the inauguration, Senators-elect and members-elect appear to be making last minute consultations as key political actors continue to jostle for the position of Speaker and the President of the Senate respectively.

Daily Times

Wike moves against communities with prevalence of cultism, kidnapping

Communities with prevalence of insecurity, cultism, and kidnapping will no longer enjoy patronage from the Rivers State government.

Guardian

Akin Alabi: Marriage Is Overrated

Popular Nigerian entrepreneur and philanthropist, Akin Alabi has taken to Twitter to share his thoughts on the institution of marriage.

Leadership

Ganduje: Commissioners Jittery Over Impending Cabinet Shake Up

Kano state Governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has said there is very likelihood for him to show the road to most of the disloyal members of his Cabinet very soon.

The Nation

Drive cautiously in accident-prone areas in Ogun, FRSC advises motorists

The Ogun State Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has advised motorists to drive cautiously in accident-prone areas on Abeokuta-Sagamu Expressway, to avoid unnecessary loss of lives.

Daily Trust

Katsina gov’ship: Lado’s petition to know fate in 180 days

The Katsina State Governorship Election Tribunal has said it will deliver judgement within the constitutionally stipulated 180 days as it will not condone unnecessary delay strategies on the part of counsels.

Tribune

BREAKING: Abducted OAU’s Prof Adegbeingbe Regains Freedom

A senior lecturer at the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, Prof Yinka Adegbeingbe, who was abducted on Sunday night near Ikire along Ife-Ibadan Expressway, has been released.

 

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