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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, December 15

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  • #2017budget : Nigerians express confidence on Buhari’s economic policies
  • Ambode replaces Ademola as HOS
  • Oil spillage, fire outbreak spark hunger in Delta communities
  • Delta House of Assembly loses one of its female lawmakers
  • US govt announces additional $92m aid for Boko Haram victims
  • Rivers court dismisses suit against APC House member-elect, Nyeche
  • Immigration to hike price for international passport
  • Okorocha accuses Archbishop Obinna of playing partisan politics
  • Makarfi frustrating reconciliation in PDP —Sheriff
  • Rivers re-run: Audio alleged Wike made calls to INEC officials on election
  • S-East govs committed to security, economic devt— Nnaji
  • Uyo church collapse: Panel of enquiry to commence work immediately
  • $1.092bN Malabu oil deal: Adoke writes NASS
  • Fani-Kayode: Court adjourns case till Jan
  • Accommodate us in disbursement of state funds, Abia pensioners beg Ikpeazu
  • How 2019 presidential contest is fuelling El-Rufai, Sani’s rift
  • Attacks on oil facilities cost NPDC N1.5trn in 2016— NNPC
  • MMM: Depositors optimistic of getting trapped funds
  • 7bn fraud: Ex-gov Ladoja, aide re-arraigned, grated bail
  • Abductors of Anglican Communion scribe’s wife demand N20m
  • Nigerian athletes to miss 2017 IAAF World Championships
  • Mikel ready to leave Chelsea, Siasia reveals
  • Falcons’ protest: Presidency summons Pinnick, NFF top shots
  • Stakeholders advocate unlicensed spectrum band
  • Uber to cause more technology disruption in transportation
  • Nigeria spends N793bn annually on importation of ICT equipment
  • NICON pays claims to 40 Unity schools students

 

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