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Monday, November 2, 2015, Major Headlines

  • Fasoranti quits as Afenifere leader
  • Ohanaeze has no control over MASSOB, can’t stop movement -Ogene
  • 4trn NCC fine: MTN pleads to stagger payment
  • Amaechi: PDP, APC back to trenches
  • Row over House committees chairmanship adds to Dogara’s headache
  • EFCC, ICPC, others bungle crime cases – CJN
  • Nigeria is most expensive country to buy car in West Africa – Survey
  • S/East roads require urgent attention, says Osinbajo
  • I won’t stop talking of corruption during Jonathan’s govt—Buhari
  • World Bank grant: C’River, farmers bicker over $26.34m
  • Buhari ‘ll not require ministers to publicly declare assets
  • Customers set to fight CBN, banks over BVN
  • Customs to axe 400 more officers
  • Light rail: Lagos shops for fresh funding package
  • Ministerial portfolios: Presidency denies speculated list
  • Reversal of rice import prohibition and its consequences
  • Buhari playing politics with Ogoni clean up —Youths
  • 3 medical personnel kidnapped in Imo regain freedom
  • CBN Lists Benefits of IFRS
  • LASG: 3.5m are Evading Tax in Lagos
  • Sultan: NYSC Remains the Unifying Factor in Nigeria
  • No Boko Haram Inmates in Ebonyi, Umahi Insists
  • NCC: Telecoms will surpass 25% contribution to GDP by 2025
  • Diamond Bank Q3 profit drops to N15.967 billion
  • Port Harcourt International Terminal ready in 2016
  • Chile 2015: Eaglets daze Brazil

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