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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, December 7

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  • Boko Haram battle stalls as population starves
  • SERAP asks FG to reinstate 23 senior university staff sacked simply for reporting corruption
  • Drama as robbers write Lagos residents to pay Christmas dues
  • Nigeria is on right track to change for good – Buhari
  • No threat to Wike’s life- APC scribe
  • Reps move to separate AGF’s office from Minister of Justice’s
  • NYSC: Corps member, Rachel, died of kidney infection – DG
  • IMN doesn’t recognise Buhari as President of Nigeria, me as governor – El-Rufai
  • Rivers rerun: PDP, APC in war of words over alleged plans for violence
  • Obaseki calls for prayers to end recession
  • Banks tighten lending conditions to curtail rising loan default
  • Maintain peace to attract devt, GEJ, Okowa charge Gbaramatu
  • Nigeria, four others to stop importing toxic fuel– UN
  • IPC begs DSS to release detained journalists
  • 2019: I’ve nothing to do with fake Presidential campaign posters- Okonjo-Iweala
  • Fayose presents N93.4bn ‘Budget of Higher Height’
  • Edo govt approves waivers for tax defaulters
  • Oyo sacks 662 workers over alleged certificate forgery
  • Charges to agencies: FG gives airlines deadline to automate payments
  • Enugu Assembly passes bill on outdoor adverts
  • Anambra budgets N115bn for 2017
  • Show compassion for the bereaved — Osinbajo
  • APC: How Abdullahi emerged as spokesperson
  • N75bn FG refund: NASU urges Kwara to pay 9-month salaries arrears
  • 30 budding entrepreneurs get N.25m each from N7.5m Life Progress Booster
  • Coalition to reach 18,000 Nigerians for free HIV counselling, testing
  • S-H-A-M-E: Super Falcons sit-tight in Abuja over unpaid allowances
  • NCC: We did not give directive for increase of data tariffs
  • New mega party targets 16 governors
  • Guinness Nigeria in dire need of equity financing

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