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Here are the major headlines for Wednesday, September 14, 2016

* $15 million in my accounts for medical bills, others, says Patience Jonathan 

* Tell your friends to forget Biafra, Buhari tells Igbo corpers 

* Jonathan meets IBB, Abdulsalami in Minna

* We have not declared strike yet – ASUU 

* Resident doctors may begin  nationwide strike September 30

* Senate to investigate recession as Saraki calls for collaboration on economy 

* Three months after force majeure, ExxonMobil resumes export 

* Arik Air resumes operations after temporary suspension 

* ‘Over 60 million Nigerians have mental disorder’

* Christmas Day bomber, Kabiru Sokoto still in custody, says Prisons spokesman 

* High port charges : Nigerian importers divert cargoes to neighboring countries 

* Recession : 19,000 public sector jobs lost in 6 months

* We are tired of Nigeria, says MASSOB 

* Militants blow up another facility in Delta, say Nigerian soldiers scared to death, can’t swim

* Rescuing Chibok girls high on military’s agenda, says commander

* UN body, research groups predict higher prices

* 7 fleeing Arepo vandals, kidnappers arrested in Edo

* Nigeria earns N1.7 trillion from crude oil export in Q2

* Scientists develop revolutionary heart attack sensor 

* N86 billion debts threaten Nigeria’s electricity generation 

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