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Friday, December 18, 2015, Major Headlines

  • Anxiety over Diezani
  • Recovered Abacha loot is $26.4m, £19m –FG
  • Biafra: 5 shot dead celebrating Kanu’s release
  • Onu plans new strategy for science, hosts ex-ministers
  • Army/Shi’ite clash: Northern governors meet
  • Nigeria’ll need foreign loans to finance 2016 budget – Minister
  • Nullification of my election temporary setback –Wike
  • Nigeria will never be same after Buhari –Tejuoso
  • Bayelsa guber: Sylva denies withdrawing from rescheduled poll
  • Nnamani may emerge PDP BoT chair
  • NSE launches broker oversight & supervision system
  • No plan to increase petrol price –FG
  • Nigeria’s travel market generates $2bn
  • Q3: Nigeria’s trade value declines to  02trn, says NBS
  • Shi’ite Leader, El-Zakzaky not in Army’s custody – Buratai
  • Corruption: Over 400 cases in courts – ICPC
  • 04 trn fine: MTN refuses to pay, threatens court action
  • 5killed, 7 injured as IPOB, MASSOB clash with JTF in Onitsha
  • Dwindling oil price: Explore alternative sources of revenue, FG tells states
  • Using human rights to promote corruption and impunity
  • Nigeria will be healed when we walk humbly before God – Bishop Olaleye
  • Aba residents task govt over deplorable roads
  • WAEC seizes 28,768 Nov/Dec exam results
  • Lagos to spend more on security, traffic from N662.58b budget
  • Petrol to still sell at N87 next year, says Kachikwu
  • Nigeria’s electricity generation drops by 1,707.98mw
  • TUC seeks review of foreign exchange policy
  • NFF to spend N5b in 2016
  • Finally, Chelsea part ways with Jose Mourinho
  • FG advises states to explore IGR to complement allocations
  • NERC approves eight new licensees to generate 1,648MW of electricity
  • ECOWAS in its Communique, harps on job creation
  • Sterling Bank to raise fresh tier-2 capital by February
  • Appeal Court reserves judgment on Emerhor, Ogboru’s suits against Okowa
  • EFCC engaging in mob-lynching, says Metuh
  • Ajimobi wins again as Appeal Court dismisses Ladoja’s case
  • Okun Group insists on Audu/Faleke mandate

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