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Monday, March 14, 2016, Major Headlines

  • Buhari, a President without economic think tank
  • Ekiti suspends 16 teachers for using students as labourers
  • MTN N50bn fine: Senate accuses Malami of having ulterior motive
  • 234 matriculate at Nigeria’s first medical varsity in Ondo
  • N2bn bail: Badeh rejects prison’s food, yet to meet bail conditions
  • Re-run elections: IG deploys AIG, three CPs to Rivers
  • CBN to sell N1trn treasury bills in Q-2 2016
  • Wike lacks capacity to govern – Amaechi
  • Pupils fall out of school bus in Lagos
  • Mile 12 mayhem: Hausa traders flood Ogun cattle market
  • Anambra Central Re-run: You can’t take part, Umeh tells Obi
  • China wants more of Nigeria’s oil
  • Ebonyi earmarks N250m to fight Lasa fever
  • Fire razes company in Anambra
  • Why GDP nosedived in Q-4 2015, by analysts
  • Buhari, keep Nigeria off ISMAT!
  • Ugwuanyi partners German ITS on technology transfer
  • Agro export: Minister orders involvement of Quarantine Service
  • Dignitaries throng Ife for Ooni’s wedding thanksgiving
  • Nigeria Electronic Fraud Forum moves against ransomeware, seek prosecution of e-payment fraudsters
  • Drugs peddlers invade Borno IDPs camps
  • We’ll send EFCC after Yuguda, if… —Gov Abubakar
  • Accretion to external reserves stabilizes forex outlook
  • Edo PDP congress: Party chieftain challenges Orbih’s eligibility to run as Chair
  • 3 robbers meet Waterloo over fufu
  • The lessons Buhari made us to learn in prison — Akau
  • Construction works stall nationwide as workers down tools
  • Okpella youth holds solidarity rally over proposed Dangote cement factory
  • How to access loans under NHF scheme
  • Africa Prudential proposes 43 Kobo final dividend
  • Rivers re-run poll: Amaechi, Wike exchange verbal fireworks
  • Troops kill 12 rustlers, recover 1,033 cattle, arms, others
  • Nobody left under collapsed Lekki building’s rubble — LASEMA
  • Measles, whooping cough kill 6 in Jigawa
  • Rep raises alarm over plot to introduce speed limiters with obsolete tech


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