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Friday, April 15, 2016, Major Headlines

  • Akanu Ibiam Airport cleared for flights to USA, China, others
  • Enugu community at war over slavery
  • Nigeria had no political will to save under Jonathan —Okonjo-Iweala
  • Fayose writes Chinese govt to stop FG’s $2bn loan request
  • Kogi to benefit from N152.6bn environmental loan
  • Kwara proposes14-yr jail term for cultists
  • Power: Total commits 300mscf gas daily to domestic market
  • Budget 2016: Workers threaten to storm NASS over cut in allocation for welfare
  • Senators endorse review of CCT, CCB Act
  • P-Harcourt refinery producing 5m litres daily; NNPC deploys 200 trucks
  • Chibok Girls: Police deny #BBOG access to Villa
  • We have confidence in you, Olu of Warri tells Semenitari
  • Peter Obi is only pretending to be in PDP — Oye, APGA national chairman
  • Pipeline vandalism, illegal refinery: Navy arrests 6 in PH
  • Omo-Agege invites foreign investors to partner FG on Okwagbe Seaport
  • IMF advocates 3-pronged approach to economic recovery
  • Let us endure the pains with Buhari for now — Attah
  • Akanu Ibiam Airport cleared for flights to USA, China, others
  • Gunmen attack Gov Ikpeazu’s convoy in Aba
  • Court reinstates Edo LG boss
  • Security threat in Bayelsa: Police write Dickson
  • Oshiomhole’s aide docked for criticizing boss
  • Fulani herdsmen attacks: Afenifere rejects grazing commission bill
  • Lekki Gardens: Lagos Judiciary defends redeployment of Magistrate
  • NLC declares Ayade Nigeria’s most labour-friendly gov
  • NCC pegs 2.6GHz auction price at $16m
  • Perm Sec escapes lynching over unpaid salaries
  • Kogi Assembly crisis: Court hears impeached Speaker’s suit Monday
  • Anambra seeks Afreximbank’s support for economic devt
  • IG warns cops against violation of people’s rights
  • We prefer devt, not relocation, say Mile 12 Market traders
  • Human rights abuses: ICC probes Nigerian Army, Boko Haram
  • How N1.5bn was transferred from NIMASA to private accounts – Witness
  • Plateau revives bottling firm
  • Lagos Assembly condemns children’s involvement in hawking



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