Nigerian Newspapers: Top headlines to keep up with this Thursday | 2nd May, 2019

Here are top stories on Nigerian Newspapers for today May 2, 2019.

1. The Joint Admission And Matriculation Board (JAMB) has promised candidates the 2019 UTME results would be released shortly and they should disregard stories on the internet that it’s out.

2. In a new and explosive interview with Plus TV Africa, Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh said her pregnancy was something she never wanted to keep as she spilled more secrets from her failed marriage to ex-husband Olakunle Churchill.

3. Founder and chief of True Phrase Hearth Prophetic Ministries, Prophet Gaisie has revealed that a popular musician will die before December 31st.

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4. In her new vlog, the divorced single mother of one, Tonto Dikeh confirmed her estranged husband was a diabolic yahoo boy, saying she caught him with red candles and cloth while pressing a laptop.

5. Senator Ademola Adeleke’s classmates from the Muslim Grammar School, Ede in Osun state visited him on May 1st and in a press conference they held they revealed the Senator was part of them during their school days and he also wrote WAEC with them.

6. Former EFCC chairman, Nuhu Ribadu while advising the governors-elect revealed the reasons why governors can’t escape probes after they leave the office.

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7. Since the early hours of today, Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh has been trending over a fresh attack on her estranged husband, Olakunle Churchill, but her ex-husband just responded and here is what he said.


Gbolahan Adeyemi

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