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Here are the major headlines for Tuesday, October 11, 2016

  • Government expects N20b from sale of presidential jets
  • Made-in-Nigeria products, key to diversifying economy, says President
  • CJN condemns judges’ arrest
  • Ebonyi commissioners get N19m car each
  • Niger stops payment of NECO/WAEC fees over poor results
  • Nigerian banking industry in credit crisis
  • FG, others accused of hindering growth of indigenous businesses
  • Don’t allow socio-cultural, economic challenges pull you down, rights activist urges women
  • Delta APC crisis: SGF flays NWC, asks Kachikwu to take leadership
  • Ado Poly workers embark on strike
  • Internet invaders put journalism at risk — Osoba
  • NIPOST to clamp down on illegal courier operators
  • Sylva still owes me N.5m, has no respect for S-Court, says Gov Dickson
  • Anambra lawmakers flay planned sale of national assets
  • Hoodlums pose as herdsmen in S-East, cattle breeders allege
  • Tension in Imo as thugs stop evacuation of refuse
  • Akeredolu moves to pacify aggrieved gov aspirants, State chairman
  • Niger Delta militants have no central command —Buhari
  • Psychiatric nurses beg NASS to pass Mental Health bill
  • Ijaw body cautions FG against parley with adhoc groups
  • Expert offers solutions on tax non-compliance in Nigeria
  • Vandalism: Oil producing communities to take over pipeline security
  • Jigawa spends N573m on health infrastructure
  • PZ Cussons Nig Plc: Still in the murky waters, as forex pressures persist
  • Government, stakeholders strategise to stop sugar importation

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