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Here are the major headlines for Friday, November 4

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  • Senate orders refund of N264b diverted from education fund
  • EU’s grant to Nigeria may top €1.5b by 2020
  • Lagos asks Supreme Court to uphold Al-Mustapha’s death sentence
  • NJC finally bars judges under investigation from duties, officials charged in Abuja
  • MASSOB to Buhari: You’re acting like Pharaoh
  • Aggrieved MEND Commander carried out Trans-Forcados pipeline attack—Jomo Gbomo
  • Ondo: Sheriff-led PDP seeks disbandment of fresh A-Court panel
  • Osinbajo calls on leaders to stand firm against corruption
  • Obanikoro agrees to return N480m – Sources
  • Robbers hold children hostage, lead mother to withdraw N90,000
  • INEC scribe, Omoleke kidnapped in Ekiti
  • Nigeria saving $4.5m daily from PMS deregulation— FG
  • How Metuh spent N400m strictly on Jonathan’s directives – Witness
  • Alleged N2.2bn fraud: FG files charges against S-Court Registrar, two others
  • HRW Report: IG raises team to probe sexual abuse of IDPs
  • Taraba Varsity female students robbed
  • Obasanjo calls for transparency at stock market
  • Cancer deaths among women to rise 60% by 2030—reports
  • Fayose signs pact with cattle breeders, releases detained cows
  • NPA boss expresses satisfaction on facilities, operations at Onne terminal
  • Ondo REC, Agbaje recounts politicians attempts to bribe him
  • Why U.S. is ‘slow’ in helping Nigeria recover stolen assets —Envoy
  • Hajj 2017: Lagos begins sale of forms
  • Empty Treasury: I felt like absconding when I took over from Jonathan —Buhari
  • MTEF, $29.96bn loan: Senate picks holes in FG’s proposals
  • Death toll in Kogi cassava flour meal rises to 9
  • Former banker to spend 195 years in jail for theft
  • Senate asks Lekki port promoters to build rail for cargo evacuation
  • Tinubu, Oyegun feud spreads to Oyo
  • Oil prices rise on Nigeria attack, weaker dollar
  • Access Bank partners Rivers State on women empowerment
  • NSE Index declines further as highly capitalised stocks depress market
  • UBA set to recruit 150 young graduates
  • IATA pledges review of guidelines for travel agents in Nigeria
  • Cash-strapped NFF can’t pay Falcons’ coaches salaries
  • Okala backs Eagles to beat Algeria

 

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