News, Politics

Monday, November 23, 2015. Major Headlines

  • N18,000 minimum wage: Prepare for war, NLC tells govs
  • Crisis, as Audu, Kogi gov candidate dies
  • Biafra: Leaders to meet Buhari on Igbo marginalization
  • How drunken gang member shot dead 9 DSS officials at Arepo —Agbara robbery kingpin
  • MPC meets today
  • Taraba: ‘Tribunal ruling deepens democracy’
  • Emir cries out as Benin Republic invades 16 Nigerian villages, hoists
  • Lagos raises alarm over contaminated poultry products
  • Kogi scenario: AGF should head to Supreme Court
  • 94 capital market operators risk certificate cancellation
  • Judge withdraws from NIMASA ex-boss suit
  • Fuel scarcity: Forex frustrates products importation
  • Julius Berger, RCC back on Lagos-Ibadan express road
  • $2.9bn arms deal: My story, by Dasuki
  • Bayelsa decides: Bayelsa elders divided over guber poll
  • Perema Freetown kidnap: Ijaw musicians threaten to boycott Alamieyesiegha’s burial, others
  • Buhari’ll right wrongs of Jonathan’s administration –Idika Kalu
  • How PDP can sack APC – Ken Nnamani
  • Dickson tasks FG, INEC, security agencies on peaceful poll
  • Obiano’s wife wants sustainability in family values
  • Delta okays N5b for roads, cancels Warri BRT project
  • Ex-lawmaker advises youths, women on agric
  • Ooni to be crowned today
  • Ecobank launches e-commerce platform
  • Envoy Seeks Improved Nigeria-Jamaica Trade
  • Lamorde’s probe continues, says Senate committee
  • Ex-PDP Senator in Ekiti defects to APC, cautions against divisions
  • NBS: Economy added 475,180 jobs in third quarter
  • CBN: 39.5 million Nigerians are excluded from financial services
  • Dogara disowns Facebook account
  • Virgin Atlantic Airline employees protest planned sack, seek government intervention

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