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Here are the major headlines for Monday, September 26, 2016

  • How Buhari plunged Nigeria into recession
  • More soldiers killed, wounded by Boko Haram in Maiduguri encounter
  • Ibori’ll celebrate this year’s Xmas in Oghara, says Amori
  • Renewed hostilities: N-Deltans say no to Avengers
  • Test of anti-land-grab law: Community petitions Ambode over Omo oniles
  • Resist election rigging, protect your votes, Ize-Iyamu tells Edo people
  • NYSC member dies after party with colleagues
  • Why we will vote for Obaseki — Ihievbe community
  • Reps ask FG to declare state of emergency in aviation sector
  • Alleged forgery of Senate Standing Rules: FG to reopen investigations
  • I’m ready to face probe —Emir Sanusi
  • Recession: Poor Nigerians most hit, says cleric
  • APGA accuses APC, PDP of rigging plans
  • FG deploys 200 Mopols, others to secure Bama
  • We have curtailed cholera outbreak in Lagos — Idris
  • PDP accuses Benue govt of forcible take-over of ex-Gov Suswam’s residence
  • Bad teachers produced Nigeria’s bad leaders, says Ex-Speaker, Bankole
  • Adeosun: Spending on capital projects, our strategy to get out of recession
  • MEND, Clark condemn bombing of Shell’s Bonny pipeline
  • Tambuwal lays foundation for school in sole LG in Nigeria without one
  • Sale of national assets: Prepare for mass revolt, united Labour tells FG
  • NNPC remits $49m to Federation Account after 14 months
  • Biafra: Kanu, others ask NJC to probe Justice Tsoho
  • FG urges US to lift ban on Nigeria’s crude
  • Alleged N1trn Rail Contract Scam: ‘How unregistered firm got N19bn contract’
  • Nigeria loses N6.33tr to naira devaluation
  • Oil edges higher ahead of OPEC meeting
  • FX scarcity heightens concern over banks’ Eurobond obligations
  • Iheanacho: I won’t let fame get into my head

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