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Here are the major headlines for Monday, November 21

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  • Pirated product as poisonous as adulterated drug – Lai Mohammed
  • Proposed $30bn external loans not solution to forex supply crisis— MAN
  • Navy, NIMASA, NPA okayed our anchorage – Ocean Marine
  • Govt alone can’t bring about needed development — Ekweremadu
  • PDP jittery over Kalu’s defection— APC
  • Engage Oshiomhole to serve Nigeria with his talents, Edo North leaders urge Buhari
  • ECOWAS’ renewed efforts on disease control
  • Awka-Etiti Stool: We have only one monarch— Indigenes
  • Reps invite CG Prisons, Perm Sec over non-remittance of VAT, accounts retirement
  • Power supply won’t improve in next 5 years— DISCO BOSS
  • Ambode approves promotion of 8,617 teachers
  • Law officers begin strike over poor working conditions in Plateau
  • LASAA launches vehicle clearance stickers
  • Labour faction petitions EFCC over alleged harassment
  • Seven injured as APC members clash in Lagos
  • Herdsmen jubilate over cattle market in Imo
  • Military, not Buhari, responsible for Nigeria’s problems— Sen Achonu
  • FG docks Justice Ngwuta on 14-count charges today
  • We’ve hired 200,000 graduates – FG
  • Count me out of plan to attack oil facilities —Tompolo
  • Jonathan at 59: PDP, Fani-Kayode describe ex-President as icon of democracy
  • With coal, Nigeria can generate 17,500MW in 5 years – Audu
  • Operators warn FG against decline in N24.4bn FPI in September
  • 3 kidnapped as Ijaw, Urhobo clash in Warri South worsens
  • 28 secondary school students arrested for cult activities in Delta
  • Justice in Honeywell, Ecobank suit assures of impartiality
  • Forte Oil raises N9bn from capital market via bonds issuance
  • Stock market continues to bleed as investors lose N218bn
  • NNPC, Shell sign MoUs with banks for $2.2bn contractor support fund
  • Fitch revises Nigerian banks’ issuer default ratings downwards
  • Ban export of Nigeria’s grains, Tambuwal tells FG
  • How Nestle, Flour Mills, others got $660m CBN FX allocation
  • NAF destroys more illegal oil barges in Rivers
  • AWCON: Nigeria demolish Mali, Oshoala nets 4 goals

 

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