Saturday, April 23, 2016, Major Headlines



  • Lagos pastry seller bags 2 years for N3.2m theft
  • Nigeria to assist Sierra Leone in establishing Shippers’ Council
  • Dangote pledges to assist FG to turnaround Nigeria’s economy
  • Boko Haram: U.S. to mobilise more aid for Nigeria – Amb. Power
  • I’m ‘persecuted’ because I frustrated Muslim-Muslim ticket in APC — Saraki
  • Assault:You’re a liar, Prisons CG tells female lawmaker
  • Africa now dumping ground for poisonous food — Minister
  • VC advocates establishment of film villages to preserve Igbo cultural values
  • Players forget to switch back to being African when they’er home – Amokachi
  • Don’t micro-manage Nigeria; fire Minister of Youth and Sports now, Jimi Disu tells Buhari
  • Naira weakens slightly against dollar as Buhari says devaluation never paid Nigeria any good
  • False asset declaration: Withdraw from Saraki’s trial, Eminent lawyers advise Umar
  • 3 Osun Government officials kidnapped in Kogi
  • Twist in Senate peace moves as senators form G77
  • TSA: Over N2.7 trillion collected
  • EFCC commences trial of Nwobike over bribery allegations
  • Delay in signing 2016 budget gives Nigeria bad image abroad — NECA
  • How states squandered FG bailout funds
  • My connection with Ibori – Gov Okowa
  • Crude prices hit $46 a Barrel record-year high
  • Nigeria loses 3% of GDP to road accidents yearly
  • Three years after his marriage saga, Solomon Akiyesi blasts haters
  • ‘I want to restore my virginity’- Doris Simeon
  • UNILAG reopens
  • Court rejects Tarfa’s application
  • Jonathan’s cousin moved to Lagos, detained again
  • Actor, Damola Olatunji builds N60m naira hotel
  • Scarcity: DPR gone to sleep as PMS sells for N150 per litre
  • Oshiomhole builds 30-feet deep underground drainage system in Benin
  • Nigeria faces risk of dying rural life, ageing rural population
  • Fuel crisis: 39.96m litres of fuel distributed nationwide
  • Ondo youths want guber slot
  • Nigerian fitters fault exclusion of members in Dangote refinery project
  • Ijaw youths set to embark on mass protest




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