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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, November 1

  • Power outage at APC National Secretariat over N1.7m debt
  • Alleged Corruption: Justices Okoro, Ademola, Ngwuta risk 58 yrs in jail
  • How Buhari can crash the Dollar/Naira disparity- Ifeanyi Ubah
  • Lawyers protest continued detention of Dasuki, Kanu, others
  • Bribery Allegation: Group drags Buhari to court, insists Ameachi, Onu must resign
  • Igbo’re their own worst enemies —Orji Kalu
  • N200bn insurance probe: NAICOM to report indicted operators to EFCC
  • Anambra gets FG, World Bank backing for cassava project
  • Ogun sacks NLC chair, 15 others; suspends 19 NUT officials
  • Ayade presents N301 billion budget for 2017
  • Boko Haram: Insurgents kill 5 soldiers, 4 vigilantes, injure 19 in Borno
  • Why amendment of CCB, CCT Act by NASS’ll fail —Sagay, Mamman
  • Lopsided appointments: APC Govs write Buhari
  • Buhari directs govs, IGP to probe sexual abuse in IDP camps
  • FG to hike gas flare penalties, end flaring by 2020
  • NSE: Investors lose N3bn as Bankole seeks multinationals’ listing
  • Ojukwu recognized Uwazuruike as his successor — MASSOB
  • Railway concession’ll pull $3bn investment to Nigeria — Amaechi
  • Troops kill ‘notorious’ militant in Cross River, arrest Chief Priest
  • Abia police arrest sergeant, others for robbery
  • “I don’t have any rift with Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, says Rotimi Akeredolu
  • Experts worry over rising cases of drug abuse
  • Lagos PDP commends Ambode over abandoned projects
  • Kukah visits EFCC cell, prays for Abati, Obanikoro, Fani-Kayode
  • Diamond Bank records N3.5bn profit after tax in Q3
  • Lagos engages 500 emergency response volunteers
  • How Tarfa prevented EFCC from arresting clients – Witness
  • $30bn external borrowing as necessary pill for economic revival
  • CBN: Financial literacy now compulsory in basic education
  • Skye Bank sacks 50 employees, outsourced staffs
  • External reserves falls to $23.948 billion
  • Oando posts 26% growth in turnover, reduces loss to N35.9bn
  • FG to deduct MDAs’ electricity bills from source
  • Abuja Disco targets 50% increase in revenue

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