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Friday, September 11, 2015, Major Headlines

  • Ambode asks workers to support anti-corruption war
  • Gov promises jobs through steady power supply
  • Four Lagos agencies get new bosses
  • Court remands trader for assaulting task force officials
  • Soldiers kill 10, arrest 64 suspected terrorists
  • 5 per cent candidates pass 2015 NECO exam
  • Buhari fires FCT revenue service chairman, others
  • Rector advises graduates on unemployment
  • We’ve no candidate for Ooni throne yet –Giesi
  • Kaduna Refinery resumes production in Dec – NNPC
  • 4 arrested for alleged murder of farmer over tubers of yam
  • Passport: We’ll sack fraudulent officers, says Abeshi
  • Soldiers, militants clash claims three in Delta
  • UNICAL Prof suspended over alleged rape of student
  • Trailer crushes 9-year-old in Onitsha
  • Woman arrested for biting off neighbour’s nipple
  • Campaign against Amaechi will deny Rivers its deserved elevation – Nwuche
  • 6% pass NECO; again, debtor states’ results withheld
  • Jonathan’s support for Dickson not a threat – Sylva
  • Fighting terrorism, oil theft not easy – Buhari
  • Release looters’ names, NLC tells Buhari
  • Soldiers take over Gamboru, hoist Nigeria’s flag
  • El-Rufai admits spiritual attack
  • 2015 budget: FG blows N4.312trn on salaries, overhead
  • Experts predict CBN’s N338bn bailout to states will reflate economy
  • Immigration suspends document inspection of companies
  • Abia saves over N300m from ghost workers
  • Fidelity Bank appoints two executive directors
  • Nigerian Airlines spend over N250bn annually on overseas aircraft maintenance

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