Nigerian Newspapers: Top headlines to keep up with this Saturday | 4th May, 2019

Here are top stories on Nigerian Newspapers for today May 4, 2019.

1. It has been revealed that half of the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) results will likely be canceled by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) in some states due to malpractice.

2. Actress Tonto Dikeh has revealed plans to release a book about her crashed marriage just like OAP Toke Makinwa did.

3. Yakubu Gowon slumped during the oration at the graveside of the late Maj. Gen. David Akpodiete Ejoor in Ovwor-Olomu Community, Ughelli South Local Government Area of Delta State.

4. Honorable Adamu Chika, a lawmaker representing Shiroro/Rafi/Munya, Niger state, has revealed that he can’t travel to his village and sleep for the fear of Boko Haram, bandits, kidnappers and armed robbers in the area.

5. For a while now, the rumoured intending marriage of teen actress, Regina Daniels to a 59 year old billionaire, Ned Nwoko has been trending for so many reasons and she recently just flaunted her baby bump.

6. Nigerian born UK actor, Shobowale Bamgbose has been casted by popular casting director of the “Game of Thrones,” Nina Gold for a Warner Bros production.

7. A Nigerian lady has taken to Instagram to share a sad video of her maid maltreating her baby despite being so nice her.

8. Many people and cows lost their lives today, following a trailer accident along the Abuja-Kaduna highway. According to reports, the trailer fell off the bridge killing scores of cow and people.

9. Controversial Nigerian OAP, Benny Ark, was, today, sacked by his employer, City Fm. The OAP was fired by the MD of the media outlet, Mrs. Adedoja Allen, allegedly, because of his issues with his colleagues and the controversies he caused recently, by ‘yabbing’ Tiwa Savage and Chidinma.

10. Board of Trustee (BoT) of Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) has threatened to sanction actress, Tonto Dikeh if she continues to exhibit bad behavior, portraying the motion picture industry in bad light.

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