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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, April 12, 2017

  • Early morning sex lowers high blood pressures, reduces risks of heart attack – Don
  • 2015: INEC exposes N3bn bribe
  • Igbo actors call for Kanu’s immediate release
  • Kalu, others’ trial continues today
  • CBN sells $100m to SMEs
  • Dogara tackles el-Rufai, asks governor to face insecurity in Kaduna
  • EFCC uncovers another N4bn in Niger
  • Chibok girls: Onaiyekan, chief imam join BBOG march
  • Alleged N9.7b fraud: Court orders DSS to produce ex-Benue gov, Suswam
  • Malabu: Reps consider inviting Jonathan, recommend Diezani, Adoke for prosecution
  • Ex-Iran strongman, Ahmadinejad registers to run for president
  • Easter: 100 FRSC personnel, mobile courts for Benin-Ore-Sagamu expressway
  • Taiwan bans eating dog, cat meats
  • US, Japan to conduct drills amid North Korean threat
  • Easter: Police assures of hitch-free celebration in Abuja and environs
  • Easter: NSCDC deploys 250 personnel in Niger
  • In Oyo, battle for 2019 tears APC apart
  • 2018 governorship: Which way Ekiti?
  • INEC attacks Wike, says he’s not serious
  • Maid steals boss’ $10,000 in Lagos, exchanges it at N86/dollar
  • Suicide in a season of anomy
  • #BBNaija: Fans show love to TBoss as she arrives Lagos (photos)
  • Niger youths massacre pigs for exhuming, eating dead boy
  • Amapakabo lashes Rangers board, ‘mocks’ sacking
  • Dangote truck driver kills three pedestrians in Arepo
  • 20 suspected Benue killers moved to Abuja
  • US can handle North Korea alone, Trump tells China
  • Extradition: Senate seeks due process in Kashamu’s case
  • Customs officer allegedly rapes, videotapes online friend
  • Dangerous trend of killing security agents in Lagos
  • You failed your people, Sanusi attacks Zamfara gov again
  • Our officials took N3bn bribe to rig 2015 polls – INEC
  • Slain Lagos policemen ran out of ammunition – Witness
  • Passengers strangle Uber driver, flee with car
  • Police hunt suspect of Dortmund bus blast
  • EFCC, others appeal lost fraud cases – FG
  • El-Zakzaky: Police unleash dogs on protesting Shi’ite members
  • Court hears committal application against Seplat MD May 4
  • Judges’ appointment: We didn’t violate NJC guidelines, says Lagos
  • Pipeline vandalism up by 233%, says NNPC
  • Shell admits knowing about payments to Malabu
  • Honour to whom it is not (yet) due
  • Task force to implement economic recovery plan – FG
  • Koro boys kill 59-year-old man over football
  • Power generation drops to 108MW over heavy rainfall, others
  • Russian fighter jets arrive, military plans fresh bombing of Lagos creeks
  • Malabu: Some people are threatened by my international profile, says Jonathan
  • Patience Jonathan’s $15m: Ozekhome challenges companies’ conviction
  • Lassa Fever Kills 24 In Bauchi
  • I went into full-time music the moment I found myself dancing for Ruggedman, Akon, others – Scooby Nero
  • Dankwambo Secures Future Of Gombe With Massive Youth Empowerment, Poverty Alleviation
  • Delta: APC Ratifies Emiko As Candidate For Warri Bye-Election
  • PDP To APC: You Have Offered Lagosian Unfulfilled Promises
  • There’s No Move To Recall Me – Senator Uba
  • MASSOB/BIM To IGP: Order Ebonyi State Command To Return Our Properties
  • Give Us Monthly Break Down Of What You Take As Security Vote, Reps Tell El-Rufai
  • ‘Patience Jonathan Withdrew $100,000 From Her Unblocked Skye Bank Account’
  • $1.3bn Malabu Scandal: Shell Admits Paying Etete For Oil Bloc
  • Why Nigeria Experienced N290bn Trade Deficit In 2016 – NESG
  • The Seven-Fold Yoke And The Cabal That Own Nigeria
  • Rise In Boko Haram Child Suicide Bombers ‘Alarming’: UNICEF
  • Queens College Tragedy: Reps Summon Education, Health Ministers, Ex-Principal
  • ‘Nigeria-China Governors’ Investment Forum‘ll Trigger Devt’

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