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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, August 30, 2016

* My policeman friend led team that killed my son – Father

* 25 year old Nigerian breaks record at GHANA varsity

* External reserves rise by $595 million in five days

* Armed herdsmen to face terrorism charge – Fayose

* Why we arraigned man who named dog Buhari – Police

* Nigerians are hungry, Okogie tells Buhari

* Kuje Prison riot : Boko Haram prisoner caught with 25 phones

* Two feared dead, six injured in Abuja building collapse

* Sacked worker steals 28 TV sets, opens shop

* Gunmen kill human rights lawyer, Atsuwete, in Rivers

* Forex market records unprecedented inflow, as exchange rate moderates at N305/$1

* Nigeria’s economy got $15.3 billion, spent $6.6 billion in three months on imports

* Ondo APC crisis : I have no preferred candidate – Buhari

* Nigeria still ranked 152nd in 2016 Human Development Index by UNDP

* Pay Siasia, Dalung begs NFF

* Soldiers kill 20 cattle rustlers

* Niger Delta militants agree to stop bombing pipelines

* High grade nickel discovered in Nigeria

* Boko Haram stalls prisoner swap with abducted Chibok girls

* Present economic recession in Nigeria a blessing, says Utomi

* Investors to inject $14 billion into Nigerian economy

* Again, aviation fuel shortage grounds domestic flights

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