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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, October 6, 2016

    • El-Zakzaky: Protesters ask FG to sever relations with Iran
    • Corruption: INEC awaits EFCC’s report on officers
    • FCT minister orders psychiatric tests on traffic offenders
    • Next CJN: Commission sends Onnoghen’s name, two others
    • Reps revisit controversial $1.1bn Malabu oil deal
    • CCT dismisses Saraki’s prayer to disqualify tribunal chairman
    • Woman sets pregnant housewife ablaze
    • Three burnt to death for kidnapping newborn
    • Boko Haram has no base in Nigeria – Military
    • N255m armoured cars: Court refuses to stop Stella Oduah’s arrest
    • Rowdy session as Senate rejects special grants for Lagos
    • Pastor’s aide defiles three-year-old
    • 300 houses flooded as agency releases Oyan Dam water
    • LASTMA official, driver beaten to a pulp
    • I am not bothered about world ranking – Quadri
    • Suicide bombers will go to hell – Sultan
    • Woman, daughter electrocuted in Lagos power surge
    • Kachikwu: Nigeria will soon close $4bn investment deal with China
    • Nigeria drops to 127th place on WEF’s Global Competitiveness Index
    • Erisco Foods threatens to shut down operations, may sack 1,500 workers
    • AMCON needs Judges’ support to recover Nigeria’s assets’
    • Six killed in suspected Shabaab attack in northeast Kenya
    • Deadly hurricane Matthew ‘pounding’ Bahamas, heading toward US
    • No fund to accommodate Eagles in Zambia, NFF boss Pinnick tells Senate
    • Teachers threaten strike, want retirement age raised to 65
    • Nigeria will be out of recession soon,’ says British envoy
    • Recession: National Assembly invites Buhari
    • How prepared are we for fire disasters?
    • Militants give governor conditions to accept amnesty
    • ‘Nigeria should stop treating attempted suicide as crime’
    • Delta officials accused of child trafficking
    • Ex- CNPP chairman wants NASS to rescue LGAS from governors
    • Western powers blocking Nigeria’s power solution —Finance Minister
    • British Airways may cancel free meals in 2017
    • Ekiti Assembly crisis claims committee chairman
    • Ize-Iyamu, Orbih to lead street protest in Edo
    • APC slams Fayose for owing teachers six months’ salary
    • EFCC acts as propaganda wing of APC –Tanko Yakasai
    • 2019: Tinubu’s associates set to revive AD

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