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Friday, March 11, 2016, Major Headlines

  • Troops kill wanted Boko Haram kingpin
  • Senate President Bukola Saraki shortly after appearing before the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), Minister begs Nigerians to patronise made in Nigeria to boost economy
  • Alleged N10bn fraud: We didn’t divert NBC money – Emeka Mba, Udotai, others
  • IWD: Aisha Buhari, others advocate gender parity
  • $2.1bn arms deal: Jonathan must face the law – Ndume
  • I sold car used for October 1 bombing, witness tells court
  • Reps clear BPE over sale of Nitel, Mtel
  • International Energy Agency  worst may be over for oil price
  • Alleged false declaration of assets: Saraki appears in CCT with 30 senators
  • Ranking of Obas: Awujale blasts Alake, queries source of rating
  • Paedophile priests tarnishe Pope’s record
  • Amosun offers 30 first class MAPOLY Students automatic employment
  • EFCC arraigns FIRS Director over N5m bribe
  • Troops nab wantd Boko Haram terorist
  • PDP will dislodge Burhari from Aso Rock – Ebenezer Babatope
  • Buhari sweeps off 184 top officials over Budget padding
  • Man in police net for allegedly making love to horse
  • Ketu riots: Boy, 16, hit by stray bullet cries for help
  • Ekiti lawmakers storm Abuja, want arrested members released
  • APC moves to suspend Kwankwaso over alleged anti-party activities
  • Be security conscious, Akiolu tasks residents
  • Nigeria needs $500m to fix refineries
  • NIMASA trial: Accused bought N70m property from me – Witness
  • CBN suspends staff over fraudulent transaction
  • 3 dead, 10 infected in fresh Bauchi Lassa Fever outbreak
  • Council, Research institute working on improved seeds
  • Kogi Assembly crisis: Senate backs House of Reps’ takeover
  • Springfield invests N200m in moribund Ikara tomatoes plant
  • Isiaka, others blame Amosun for Ogun workers’ strike
  • Edo 2016: Oshiomhole wants more women to join guber race
  • Borno Elders Forum rues Maj-Gen Abubakar’s death
  • Oando revs up cleaner energy campaign
  • Glut hits Nigeria’s steel market
  • We want to be Barcelona of Africa, says MFM FC Chairman

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