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Monday, April 11, 2016, Major Headlines

  • Falae guard’s murder by herdsmen: OPC wants Buhari’s intervention
  • Enugu govt, Fulani herdsmen agree on c’ttee to curb violent clashes
  • International Financial Reporting Standards: ICAN certifies more members
  • Man stabs friend to death over N2,000 in Lagos
  • Nigeria remains best place to invest in the world —Dangote
  • Aviation industry contributed $685m to Nigeria’s GDP in 2015 — Demuren
  • Forex: Bankers Committee calls for adjustments
  • Investors demand for N2trn government securities in March
  • Stakeholders challenge monopoly in oil & gas sector
  • Financial Reporting Council shareholders poised for war over audit committee chair
  • NESG queries banks over illegal fixing of forex rate
  • PDP wins Ife Central Federal Constituency bye-election
  • Arco vs Agip: Court orders party to be served hearing notice
  • NDDC owes contractors N450 billion —Semenitari
  • Chibok girls: Tunde Bakare weeps, says FG not doing enough
  • PDP’ll become stronger in 2019 —Wike
  • Adeosun sets out plan to restructure economy
  • Economists forecast March inflation at above 12%
  • IPOB, Igbo youths, women fault DSS claim on killing of northerners
  • Land dispute: 2 feared dead, village sacked, 3,000 homeless in Otukpo
  • CBN invests N26bn in Niger sugar factory
  • FG releases petrol to independent marketers
  • N90bn Onitsha shopping mall for commissioning Friday
  • Police investigate murder of 56-yr-old woman in Lagos
  • Presidency lied, no Lagos-Calabar Rail project in 2016 budget — NASS
  • Nigeria facing image problems over fuel crisis, others — FG
  • Ijaw youths warn EFCC against alleged plan to arrest Jonathan
  • PDP still searching for consensus as May 21 beckons
  • How Calabar-Lagos Rail project was left out of budget
  • #PanamaPapers: SERAP gives CCB 14 days to investigate named public officers
  • FG Releases 7,000 outstanding petrol loading tickets of independent marketers
  • Nigeria’s oil production rises marginally


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