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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, November 22

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  • Economy risks depression as negative growth lingers
  • FG: 2017 Budget proposal almost ready
  • Budget squabbles as agencies contradict Buhari on N180b fund
  • El-Rufai orders arrest of alleged mastermind of Chawai attacks
  • Ondo PDP: S/Court asks Appeal court to go on with proceedings
  • Nigerian king takes Shell to court in London
  • NYSC DG advises corps members to shun inducements from politicians
  • We have no plan to stifle Nollywood – Lai Mohammed
  • Senator decries communal conflicts in Cross River
  • Again, Senate/ASUU meeting ends in deadlock
  • Arepo community protests persistent blackout, crazy bills
  • Nothing will divide us— South West govs
  • ‘CBN not planning to amend Forex Act’
  • FAAN to review toll payment at airports
  • Anambra ex-councillors threaten Obiano with court action
  • Budget 2016: FG spends N3.577tr in 9 months— Udoma
  • Lagos Speaker, activists call for gender balance in governance
  • N5m bribe: Court rejects Justice Ofili-Ajumogobia’s ex-parte application
  • 2017 Budget’ll end economic recession— FG
  • Orji Kalu was a liability—Progressives People’s Alliance
  • I didn’t demolish ex-minister’s house, says Okorocha
  • AWCON: Oshoala fires warning to opponents
  • Osinbajo: Nigeria needs oil revenues to get out of oil
  • Enugu Free Zone attracts N240bn foreign direct investment
  • Senate vows to reject proposal to punish people for Holding FX
  • FG gives JAMB go ahead to adopt different cut-off points for tertiary institutions

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