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Friday, September 18, 2015, Major Headlines

  • Ebonyi, Ekiti, Imo, Ogun, Oyo get FG’s bail-out funds
  • INEC falsified result for Dino Melaye — Witness
  • Cash crunch hits NASS; Senate forced to halt hearing on power probe
  • Policeman shoots woman to death, injures husband in Lagos
  • Money-laundering: NDLEA arrests 6 for swallowing $156,000
  • Court stops La Casera from sacking 1,500 workers
  • TSA: Don’t panic, Emefiele tells banks
  • Immigration threatens sanctions against corrupt officers
  • Students appeal judgment banning hijab in Lagos schools
  • Ife chieftaincy declaration fraudulent – Lafogido
  • Road projects: NEC okays N535.5bn refund to states
  • PDP plans national conference to rebuild party
  • I’ll emerge APC gov candidate, says Sylva
  • Malaria death rate drops by 60% in 15 years –WHO
  • ICPC to try randy lecturers for rape
  • NBA bans congratulatory advertorials for new SANs
  • UNILAG workers protest over unpaid allowances
  • N35bn bailout splits Osun pensioners
  • Cash crunch forces N’Assembly to halt probes
  • Govt House invasion: PDP chasing shadows, says APC
  • Lagos cancels special adviser office at LG level
  • Abia tribunal: A’Court dismisses PDP’s petitions
  • EFCC declares Saraki’s firm MD, Izuagbe, wanted
  • C’ River Assembly okays N30bn loan for Ayade
  • Sijuwade’s oloris to mourn for one year
  • Army sends back pardoned soldiers to fight B’Haram
  • Alakija: Onshore oil taxation too high
  • CBN: Nigerian banks, the most regulated in the world
  • Nigeria’s N630bn annual food import bill worries Emefiele
  • NAHCO to convey N60bn freight to S’ East
  • Yola: FGN bonds, Treasury Bills still safest haven for pension investments


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