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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, January 26

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  • Presidency Says No Cause for Alarm over Buhari’s Health
  • N’East Govs Take Jab at Niger Delta, Say NEDC Will Avoid Pitfalls of NDDC
  • APC Summons Senator Shehu Sani over Tirade Against President
  • For Fitch, Nigeria’s Rating Remains ‘B+’, With Negative Outlook
  • It’s Payback Time, Says Nigerian Traditional Ruler Suing Shell
  • Italian Police Arrest Ring Leaders Trafficking Girls from Nigeria, Others
  • Senate-SGF Saga: Bye-bye to Buhari’s Anti-corruption War, Says PDP
  • Fashola Blames Drop in Electricity Supply on Illiquidity, Vandalism of Gas Facilities
  • 2019: Stop Playing God, Northern Youths Tell Obasanjo
  • Presidency Orders Finance Minister to Pay Petroleum Marketers N150bn Debt
  • Recruitment Exercise is Free, Army Insists
  • Tinubu Criticises Monetary Policy, Says We’ve Got to Speak Truth to Ourselves
  • Amosun Receives Rescued Turkish School Students, Staff
  • Kwara Assembly Orders Probe of State Accounts
  • Rivers at 50: Wike Unveils Golden Jubilee Logo, Promises Anniversary Projects
  • ICPC Recovers 40 Cars from Ministry Officials, Directors
  • Soludo Denies Membership of APC
  • Bill Seeking Media Coverage of Court Proceedings Passes Second Reading
  • Power sector is walking corpse, says Elumelu
  • Drama as Fayose stops DSS from arresting Apostle Johnson Suleman in Ekiti
  • After collecting N50m ransom, kidnappers free schoolgirls, officials
  • Dismissed policemen frustrated my assassination –Wike
  • APC expels Udoedehe
  • SGF, Magu: FG not ready to fight corruption –Balarabe Musa, Ezeife
  • Why we wish our presidents dead
  • Defend yourselves against herdsmen, bishop tells Christians
  • Serena to play Venus in historic Australian final
  • Lagos engineer sets lover, rival ablaze, poisons self
  • Graduate remanded in prison for murder, robbery
  • NTIC: Policemen discussed with kidnappers in my presence, says Amosun
  • Lagos engineer sets lover, rival ablaze, poisons self
  • Graduate remanded in prison for murder, robbery
  • Nigeria moves to reclaim N136bn transit cargoes from Benin, Togo, Others
  • Reps begin investigation of ‘missing’ $1bn oil prospecting licence bonuses
  • PC’s new constitution will checkmate troublemakers – Odigie Oyegun
  • 2017 budget lacks details – Senators
  • Trump to ban citizens of 7 islamic nations from entering US
  • Stop destroying oil installations, NDDC chairman urges militants
  • Abia govt not paying me pension, says ex-Gov Orji
  • Female Genital Mutilation High In Imo – UNICEF
  • Robbers raid Imo House Of Assembly, steal valuables, documents
  • NASS urged to dump proposed National Grazing Reserve Bill
  • 2 in prison custody over homosexuality, theft
  • Ex-banker allegedly defrauds 26 people of N1.5bn
  • One doctor still attends to 6,000 patients in Nigeria – Don
  • Buhari’s Health: No cause for alarm – Adesina
  • ARMS PROBE: How Dasuki transferred N750m into hospital account, by EFCC
  • Momoh canvases support for Pinnick’s CAF seat bid
  • US deports 90 Somalians, two Kenyans as Trump cracks down on illegal immigrants
  • 5:27 AM9 Arrested, As EL-Zakzaky’s Supporters Protest In Abuja
  • Serena to play Venus in Australian Open final
  • Cote d’Ivoire will return stronger despite Afcon flop, says Drogba
  • MMM boss Ugorji, wife flee Nigeria
  • Tinubu: we must spend our way out of recession
  • Corruption battle: Sagay slams Sani over ‘deodorant’ comments
  • Strategic leadership: My personal theory and practice
  • ‘Jay Jay’ Okocha videos fired me up — Adekoya
  • Sultan: preachers of reprisal attacks are enemies of peace
  • Trouble in the house of ASUU-LASU

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