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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, August 16, 2016

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  • Ohanaeze youths to Buhari: Open dialogue with Kanu, endear your self to Ndigbo
  • Northern CAN blasts rogue group over pullout claim
  • Danfo driver kills robber, injures another
  • Important drugs disappearing from market, pharmacists cry out
  • UN begins IDPs registration in Bama, as soldiers rescue 88 hostages, kill 3 terrorists
  • Jonathan too refined to sponsor militant groups- Kinsmen
  • Budget padding scandal: Attempt to implicate me unfortunate – Omisore
  • Owerri Prisons houses 2,500 instead of 550 inmates
  • Ondo Gov. poll: Muslims warn against imbalanced ticket
  • N-Delta: FG ties payments to jobs execution
  • Recession: Gov Emmanuel restates call for diversification of economy
  • Abia crisis: Conspiracy against Ikpeazu, transferred aggression—PDP Chieftain
  • Lagos lawmakers commence probe of MDAs 2015 spending
  • How 6 persons died in Akokwa, by Police
  • Adamawa sets up commission on herdsman, farmers’ fued
  • U-23 Eagles rehearse for penalty shoot-out
  • Budget padding: Jibrin writes presidential c’ttee on anti-corruption
  • Nigeria mined 222.2trn tonnes of solid minerals in 6 years
  • PPMC earns N957bn from petroleum products sales
  • Nigeria makes slow progress against paediatric HIV infection
  • No road, no vote, Edo community vows
  • Our economic policies are in right direction, CBN replies el-Rufai
  • Modu Sheriff, a curse to PDP, must be kicked out of party- Fani-Kayode
  • Okocha to Olympic team: You can’t be rich playing for Nigeria
  • PDP convention: 2 courts give conflicting judgments, as party vows to go ahead
  • Fake lawyer in EFCC net over N7m fraud
  • FG slashes process for mining licences award to 40 days
  • Why our budgets fail — Udoma
  • Tank farm manager jailed 2 years for stealing
  • Okowa orders Ugborodo protesters to vacate Chevron
  • Naira dips against dollar as oil price rises to $48.05
  • Ambode signs anti-land grabbing bill into law, offenders risk 21-yr jail term



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