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Here are the headlines for Thursday, June 23, 2016

  • PDP condemns freezing of Fayose’s account
  • Aircraft not responsible for Synagogue building collapse — Witness
  • Hijab: Osun CAN files appeal, stay of execution
  • Drop threat to bomb Abia, Ohanaeze youths tell NDA
  • Ayade to boost electricity supply in Calabar with 180 transformers
  • Boko Haram fracturing, says US General
  • MASSOB petitions NJC over detained members
  • Group wants N1.3bn posting fees by corps members probed
  • Nigerians spend $100m on cancer treatment abroad
  • Defence Headquarters retires 464 Military personnel
  • Adeosun bows to staff as calm returns to Finance Ministry
  • Ambassadorial Nominees: Senate vows not to commence screening
  • We’ll demolish your houses, Okowa warns kidnappers, collaborators
  • Do your job or get sacked, Ugwuanyi warns teachers
  • Assembly grants Wike approval to access FG’s N41.16bn facility
  • Seek int’l accreditation, Nigerian hospitals told
  • Sales girl raped, killed in Delta
  • Voter Registration: Edo govt, PDP in war of words
  • NFF abolishes Dollar bonus for players
  • Release autopsy of murdered UNIPORT student, NANS tells Police
  • Ize-Iyamu’s will be meat for Obaseki — APC aspirants
  • Army officers contacted militants on plot to topple Buhari -Militants
  • Oyo govt, labour take fight to industrial court
  • 7 dead in Lagos fuel tanker explosion
  • Police checkpoint accident claims 4, patrol vehicle vandalised
  • FG to review auto policy
  • N120bn Aviation Intervention Fund: Senate c’ttee clears Jimoh Ibrahim of Air Nigeria’s N35.5bn debt
  • Buhari orders transfer of policemen from N-Delta
  • CBN opens discount window as interest rate hits 74%
  • Senate moves to establish grazing reserves , ranches commission for herdsmen
  • Ikpeazu gives scholarship to 17 best WASCE students
  • Why I congratulated Ize-Iyamu — Obaseki
  • Group condemns Avengers for non-involvement in govt’s peace initiative
  • CBN opens discount window to boost liquidity, Naira strengthens to N282.80/$1
  • Bayelsa Federal Hospital sues 121 unclaimed corpses



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