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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, November 17

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  • APC denies executive, legislative rift over ambassadorial list rejection
  • Senate, ASUU meeting over strike ends in deadlock
  • Senate begins process of converting YabaTech, Kaduna Poly to varsities
  • Abia House recommends sack of Chief Magistrate
  • Embattled Owerri Federal Medical Centre boss, 2 others arraigned in court
  • Recession: SEC hires specialists for risk management, rolls out 10-yr masterplan
  • Utilize govt health facilites –Bolanle Ambode
  • I wouldn’t have gone to school if my parents were to pay — Atiku
  • Enugu community drags Ugwuanyi, 5 others to court over land
  • Six Delta LGAs meet on conflict resolution
  • You’re not a progressive, APC slams Oke
  • Former Abia gov, Orji Uzor Kalu joins APC
  • N-Delta leaders split over demands from FG
  • Edo Assembly approves N300m pension residential building for Oshiomhole, Odubu
  • Moody’s Report on Nigeria sees 18 months of depressed consumer demand
  • Pastor takes friend’s 5-yr-old son to Abuja for sale
  • Kano lawyer jailed 4 years for N50m fraud
  • I’ll ensure power shift to Akoko – Jimoh Ibrahim
  • Federation account: FG recovers N4.2bn from collecting banks
  • FG to spend N56.3bn on rural electrification
  • PDP’ll come out better after crisis— Makarfi
  • Maritime Varsity Bill, Okerenkoko passes 2nd Reading
  • Osun pensioners protest over unpaid pensions, gratuities
  • FG begins release of N100bn for constituency projects
  • NCC: Developing technology startups, key to national devt
  • Communities commend Sterling Bank on financial inclusion
  • Lagos targets 100,000 MSMEs to address recession
  • FG: 70% of water projects relied on foreign exchange for execution

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