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Friday, March 18, 2016, Major Headlines

  • PwC projects Nigeria’s economy to rank top 10 in 2050
  • Nigerians no longer happy, drop in Global Happiness Ranking
  • Ibinabo back in prison as bail bid fails
  • Rivers rerun polls must be free, peaceful
  • 15 feared dead as Fulani herdsmen attack another Benue community
  • Man seeks justice over killing of his star son
  • Buhari urged to check marginalisation of local contractors
  • Mile 12 mayhem: The role of Ketu, Ikosi monarchs’ rancour
  • Buratai visits Onitsha, tasks army on professionalism
  • Multiple salaries: Kwara to prosecute culprits
  • Buhari names LADOL one of the most strategic investors in Nigeria
  • N2bn MSME fund missing in Kogi, gov orders probe
  • CODAF chides SPDC over gas flaring
  • Kwara govt didn’t sack PTA chair for criticising Saraki —Ahmed
  • Ex-Delta SSG, Macaulay visits Olu of Warri
  • NAHCON will refund N1.7b to 2015 Hajj pilgrims — Mukhtar
  • Navy vows to crush oil thieves in Niger Delta
  • BoI shortlists 311 business proposals for funding
  • Ambode re-opens Mile 12 market
  • Oil price rises to $40.71 as OPEC mends fences
  • Rivers: Personalities that ‘ll shape rerun polls
  • Appzone’s Creditclub to serve under-banked population
  • Why we failed to pass budget — NASS
  • Foreign based Eagles motivate us – Pinnick
  • Lagos starts Lekki Gardens buildings Structural Stability Test
  • Nwaoboshi expresses concern over delayed payments by NDDC
  • Orient Petroleum, Alaigba Gas quit Anambra host community amid confusion
  • Rivers re-run: Fear everywhere
  • Bus conductor wounds passenger’s scrotum over fare
  • DIYA, Ijaw leader congratulate Gbaramatu monarch
  • Rivers set for re-run elections: Tension in the air
  • Taraba Assembly elects new speaker
  • 2017 AFCON qualifier: No panic over Egypt – Musa

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