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Monday, April 4, 2016, Major Headlines

  • Farmers/herdsmen clashes: FG, govs agree to establish ranches
  • Army retires Gen Momoh over role in Ekiti governorship election
  • Builders, stakeholders counselled on fire safety confab
  • Navy arrests 2 boats with N20.4m illegally refined diesel in Rivers
  • Rivers Police, cultists in gun battle
  • North-East lawyers adopt Gadzama for NBA President
  • Lagos task force set to enforce traffic laws at filling stations
  • Education Minister tasks polytechnics on economic devt
  • MMA2 seeking NCAA approval to begin regional operations, says Bi-Courtney
  • ICPC accuses state govt officials of interference in corruption cases
  • Sensible path to stronger Naira, economic prosperity
  • Ife riot: Osun dismisses culprits, reopens schools
  • Nigerians paying for sins of PDP — Tinubu, S-East APC
  • I don’t know how Yakmut spent N2.9b Olympic fund – Dalung
  • PDP flays INEC’s alleged role in Rivers re-run polls
  • Fuel crisis: IOCs agree to sell forex to oil marketers — NNPC
  • Herdsmen kill cleric, others in Rivers, police speak up
  • I criticise Buhari as most senior governor in Nigeria — Fayose
  • Ex Commissioner slumps, dies at cyber cafe
  • Edo govt spends N30bn on Iyamho Varsity —Ize-Iyamu
  • Edo Forum writes Buhari over economic hardship
  • Manufacturing Index may show negative trend reversal
  • Bayelsa APC crisis self-inflicted —Miriki
  • NNPC to adopt two-way approach for steady fuel supply
  • NASS removes host communities fund from PIB
  • Shareholders seek better returns from insurance sector
  • Sensible path to stronger Naira, economic prosperity
  • APC berates Fayose over unpaid salaries
  • What some people want Buhari to be — Adesina
  • Northern governors visit Owerri, say APC govt’s done much
  • Housing finance: AfDB injects $8.2m into Shelter Afrique
  • SWF generates N26.3bn income in 2015
  • Generate more electricity for domestic use, Labour tells FG
  • 5bn debt: S’Court to rule in bank, flour mills’ case
  • Fidelity Bank to pay investors N4.6bn dividends, earns N146.9bn
  • GTB targets N125bn PBT in 2016, to focus on retail customers
  • Apathy hits online jobs as patronage suffers 46% decline



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