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Nigerian Newspaper Headlines Today 28 August, 2017

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Welcome to NaijaNews.com, here is a summary of Nigerian Newspaper headlines for you today, Monday 24 August, 2017.

Cut-off marks reduced to stop Nigerians’ quest for foreign education —JAMB

THE Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, explained, yesterday, that the decision by stakeholders in education sector to reduce tertiary institutions’ admission cut-off points, beginning with the 2017 academic calendar, was to stop the quest for foreign education by Nigerians.

Ritualists kill 2 college of education students in Ondo

THE Ondo State Police Command are trying to uncover the role of a herbalist and three suspected ritualists, who murdered and mutilated two female students of Adeyemi College of Education in the state for money rituals.

We’re tired of senseless killings, say Boko Haram leaders

THE Ondo State Police Command are trying to uncover the role of a herbalist and three suspected ritualists, who murdered and mutilated two female students of Adeyemi College of Education in the state for money rituals.

N-Power volunteers receive August salary

No less than 4,800 Bauchi state N-Power youth volunteers were paid N30,000 monthly stipend for the month on Friday August 25.

Daily Trust reports that a statement from the Bauchi State Social Investment Programmes Office (BSSIPO) disclosed that the stipends were disbursed to the beneficiaries on Friday August 25.

Nnamdi Kanu: Death awaits anybody who tries to arrest me

IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu, in reaction to the recent calls by the federal government that his bail should be revoked, warned that anyone who tries to arrest him will die.

Recall that Justice Binta Nyako, of the federal high court in Abuja, granted him bail on April 25, after 18 months in the custody of the Department of State Services but he has constantly flouted all the bail conditions, prompting the calls for his arrest.

Hausas, Yorubas must leave Niger Delta on October 1, Militants insist

A Coalition of Niger Delta Agitators on Sunday re declared its earlier warning that Yorubas and Northerners residing in Niger Delta must leave the region before October 1.

Sequel to the quit notice by Arewa youths asking Igbos to vacate the North, some Niger Delta agitators had recently demanded that Yorubas and Hausas should clear out from the oil rich region by October 1.