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Here are the major headlines for Saturday, November 5

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  • Breaking: Another Chibok schoolgirl rescued, says Nigerian Army
  • Critics of fees charged by Covenant acting in ignorance, risk God’s wrath – Oyedepo
  • Kidnapped Ekiti INEC Secretary regains freedom
  • Police nab suspected killer of serving NYSC member in kaduna
  • Our artists have more influence, reach than our law enforcement agencies – Lai Mohammed
  • Volunteer jobs to begin next 2 weeks – Osinbajo
  • Kwara Poly Rector denies school fees increase
  • Wike criticises NJC’s u-turn on investigated judges
  • ICPC grills Abuja varsity Bursar, Academic Planning Officer over TETFUND disbursement
  • EFCC arraigns Pastor over N22.4 million fraud
  • Reps accuse oil majors of violating Local Content law
  • PDP tells Amaechi, Onu to resign
  • Rivers police parade 49 suspected cultists, kidnappers, with human skulls
  • I gave a judge N450.000, not bribe – Usoro
  • NDLEA grills NAHCO staff over attempt to export 144kg of Ephedrine to Mozambique
  • DSS officially announces death of officers to their widows
  • EFCC witness reveals how N754m was allegedly diverted by ex-NIMASA boss
  • Ekiti set to commence monthly empowerment of 8,850 jobless, poor youths
  • Police foil attempt by 90-yr old man to escape trial
  • IPOB condemns release of killers of Igbo woman in Kano
  • Amosun set to commission N600m old people’s home
  • 21-gun-salute at policeman’s funeral leaves man paralysed
  • Nigerian operating environment too harsh for survival – British Airways
  • It’s unbelievable, Enelamah finally opens up on $13.92 transfer allegation
  • No more distrust between Buhari, Niger Delta leaders – Kachikwu
  • Chelsea to offload Mikel
  • Terminal operators in a fix over FG insistence on dollar payment
  • Investcorp rebrands, unveils new identity
  • Power oil reaches out to Ibadan customers
  • BMW recalls 136,188 cars for fuel leaks, stalling

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