Here are the headlines for Wednesday, June 22, 2016

  • Synagogue Church Has No Valid Building Permit, Says Ex-Commissioner
  • Senate Forgery: FG to Arraign Saraki, Ekweremadu June 27
  • Despite CBN’s $100m Intervention, Naira Falls Marginally to N284.83/$
  • Supply gap in new forex market forces Naira down to N284/$
  • Ibrahim Kpotum Idris is New Inspector General of Police
  • Rotary Club of Lagos to Inaugurate Sasore as New President
  • NSE Index Hits New High as Bulls Return to Stock Market
  • EFCC Calls for High-powered Inquiry as DSS Expands Probe
  • BoI: Our Row with EFCC over Alleged Cement Fund Abuse Has…
  • Sex Scandal: Lawmakers Back Probe of Accused Colleagues
  • Doctors Suspend Strike as FG Sacks Them
  • FG Urged to Investigate Oil Spill in Abia Community
  • Militancy: I will Only Mediate for a Credible Group, Says Ita-Giwa
  • Nigeria Shuts Gas Flow to Ghana over $180m Debt
  • Sheriff-led Group Declares Edo Guber Primary Illegal
  • Barkindo Confirms Talks with Militants, Rise in Crude Oil Exports
  • Dangote Loses $3.7billion on Plunging Naira
  • Mauritius Eyes Nigeria, Other Africa Markets to Grow Tourism
  • NAICOM Approves NICON Insurance 2014 Accounts
  • Report: Income Inequality Skewed Wealth, Resources to Pockets of 20% of…
  • NPA Boss Foresees 2016 Revenue Rising as Naira Floats
  • Nigerdock Expresses Worry over Paucity of Jobs for Local Contractors
  • Nigeria Can Leverage on ICT to Diversify Economy, Says Minister
  • SON Raids Building Materials Market in Minna
  • FG Unveils New Debt Management Strategy
  • CIS Endorses CBN’s Floating Exchange Rate Policy
  • Irish Govt Donates Palm Oil Mill, Vocational Equipment to Enugu Community
  • State-of-the-nation: Governing Nigeria not a joke, says Buhari
  • Nobody in Nigeria can seize my property — JIMOH IBRAHIM
  • Fayose’s account: Call EFCC to order, PDP govs tell Buhari
  • I’ll continue to advise FG, govs, others — IBB
  • New Acting IGP, Ibrahim Idris pledges to make streets safe
  • Bid to dock Saraki, Ekweremadu: Buhari has turned into a dictator – Senate
  • Tussle over Keshi’s final resting place
  • Nigerian clubs scramble for Yobo
  • 2018 FIFA W/Cup draw holds Friday
  • AAC: Nigerian athletes face tough contest in Durban
  • Ize-Iyamu’ll be easiest for Obaseki to beat — Oshiomhole
  • There’s more money in football than oil industry, says Dalung
  • Government moves to achieve 2,050bpd refining capacity
  • Court okays Oronsaye’s request for medical treatment abroad
  • PDP govs, Reps talk tough over Saraki, Ekweremadu, Fayose
  • EFCC traces N4.7b arms cash to Fayose, Obanikoro
  • Mimiko fails to persuade striking workers to return
  • House begins probe of Reps’ ‘sex misconduct’ in U.S.
  • ‘No EFCC official involved in Arms Panel scandal’
  • Nigerians to benefit nation’s resources under Buhari, says Osinbajo
  • Imo militant group threatens to blow up Shell pipelines
  • Faleke appeals Kogi tribunal’s verdict
  • Row in Reps over NDDC 2016 budget
  • Alleged Ekiti Assembly invasion: Reps’ report wants Sergeant-at-Arms probed
  • Southwest TUC seeks Obasanjo’s help over salary arrears
  • Senior lawyers disagree on legality of governor’s frozen account
  • Kidnapping: Army to deploy Special Forces in Kogi
  • Another Air Force chief remanded in prison for ‘accepting bribe from contractor’
  • I am not under pressure, Ganaru insists
  • Shooting Stars’ Fabiyi seeks return to action
  • Ifeanyi Ubah’s Gata happy to open goal account
  • Bassey likes Akwa Utd’s progress
  • Edo Guber Watch: APC, PDP set for battle royale
  • Abia North rerun: Kalu asks tribunal to recount votes, declare him winner
  • Reps raise joint committee to investigate US sex scandal

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