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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, November 3

Newspapers
  • FG urges states to access dormant N41bn funds
  • Why NJC can’t discipline some Judges — Falana
  • Abia communities cry out to Ikpeazu, EEDC over power outage
  • Commence repair of S’East, S’South federal highways now, Rights group tells FG
  • Saraki directs c’ttee to submit bill on host communities’ issues within 4wks
  • FG approves take-off of 8 new private universities
  • Anambra lawmakers threaten to impeach Speaker
  • 18-yr-old, 3 others killed as cultists run amok in Kwara
  • FG appoints transaction adviser for proposed national air carrier
  • Taraba: APC, PDP clash over nomination of Mustafa Jaji as ambassador
  • 2 arrested in Ughelli with adulterated drinks, chemicals
  • APC asks Senate to reconsider rejection of $30bn loan
  • Ogun workers suspend strike after Amosun, labour’s parley
  • Entrepreneurs must be innovative, creative— Peterside
  • 35-yr-old apprentice steals boss’ N3m
  • Electricity companies tackle Dangote on power situation
  • Makurdi courts under siege, exhibits, case files, cash looted
  • FRSC sets up patrol for overloading
  • Man, 40, rapes, impregnates 12-yr-old wife’s niece
  • FG bemoans sharp practices by foreign shipping firms
  • CBN settles manufacturers’ $330m demand as production declines
  • Recession: AfDB approves $600m financial support for Nigeria
  • Recession: Seeking repentance from God is the solution- Sultan
  • Capital market investors reject new FRCN corporate governance code
  • Scientists closer to effective lung cancer, malaria vaccines
  • Mrs Jonathan’s $15m: Court convicts 4 firms, reserves sentence
  • Lagos denies engaging World Bank to privatise water supply
  • FG urged to promote patronage of Made -in -Nigeria goods
  • Heritage Bank restates commitment to economic growth
  • Fidelity Bank’s profit before tax down 28% in nine months
  • NERC fines Port Harcourt Disco N38m for regulatory breaches
  • Ki-moon: To transform our world, we must transform its cities

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