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Friday, February 5, 2016, Major Headlines

  • Nigerians’ll starve to death by 2050, if… —Presidency
  • Alleged false declaration of assets: S-Court decides Saraki’s fate today
  • 220 firms owe AMCON N1.14 trillion
  • Breaking: Saraki loses bid to stop trial at CCT
  • Kogi gov, workers heading for fresh showdown
  • Rivers gov candidates pledge to work with Wike
  • Supreme Court’s verdicts: Victory for Abia, Akwa Ibom people – Ikpeazu, Udom
  • NAUTH moves to tackle Lassa fever, says no outbreak yet in Anambra
  • Biafra: Military warns MASSOB, vows to crush acts of sabotage
  • Boko Haram: Switzerland denies funding MNJTF
  • $2.1bn arms probe: Why I returned N25m Metuh gave me — Witness
  • Leadership tussle rocks Osun Traditional Council of Obas
  • Why military can’t defeat Boko Haram -Service Chiefs
  • Those accusing Imo of owing salaries are jokers –Madumere, Imo Deputy Gov
  • Budget 2016: Secrecy reigns as Reps grill MDAs
  • Labour, allies protest hike in electricity tariff, Monday
  • FG orders oil firm to pay unremitted N81.6bn
  • Lagos communities comply with open street gates policy
  • Furore over council polls in Ondo
  • Ikeja bomb blast victims’ families await compensation
  • NSE index drops by 0.9%
  • Salary scam: FG to probe 23,306 civil servants, banks
  • Fitch: Nigeria’s oil response has downside fiscal, growth risks
  • Shell to Shed 10,000 jobs, defers FID on Bonga S’West Project
  • Bristow crash: NCAA suspends aircraft type as experts review accident
  • Maersk Line employees get new maternity policy
  • NCS warns exporters, importers on prohibited items
  • Survey: Nigerian Capital Market lost N1.63tn in January
  • We won’t allow Oliseh coach us into trouble –NFF
  • Osinbajo: We’re under pressure to slow down fight against corruption

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