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Sunday, February 28, 2016, Major Headlines

  • Oil prices “totally unaceptable,” Buhari tells Qatar’s ruler
  • gba chief calls for more domestic investments in Nigeria
  • Nigeria, Qatar sign bilateral agreements on air services, avoidance of double taxation
  • FG donates 15 vehicles, 100 motorcycles for Benin Presidential polls
  • UNILAG convocation to affect UTME candidates – JAMB official
  • Power shortage: Benin hoteliers bemoan cost of running generators
  • Zoologists attribute Lion escape in Jos Park to dilapidated facilities
  • Clerics express mixed feelings on Govt. sponsorship of pilgrimage
  • PDP leadership disassociates self from fake online portal
  • Power shortage: Hoteliers groan over cost of running generators
  • Group seeks foreign partners to boost rice production
  • Boko Haram: Nigerian Army inducts Combat Motorbike battalion into battle.
  • Buhari makes U-turn, says he won’t pay N5000 stipend promised to unemployed
  • How Nigeria is failing to learn from its 1983-85 financial crisis – Pat Utomi
  • How Buhari can rescue Nigeria’s economy from collapse
  • Osinbajo, Okoh urge parents to lay Godly foundation for children
  • Time out with Amaechi in Kaduna-Abuja train
  • Senate: Supreme Court ends hope of Chris Uba, others
  • Tompolo: Don’t create more deadly militants, activist tells Buhari
  • Budget padding: Fire-spitting Buhari unleashes detectives on suspects
  • How David Mark survived the Onjeh, APC siege
  • Ideologies don’t deliver results for the poor, By Oby Ezekwesili
  • It is too early to accuse Buhari of non-performance – Sarafa Ishola, ex-Minister
  • uhari requires more than integrity to rule Nigeria — Balarabe Musa
  • Royal Ranking: The Ooni of Ife is supreme — the Oluwo, Oba Akanbi
  • Man excretes 30 wraps of cocaine at Abuja airport – NDLEA
  • Bloody farmers/Fulani herdsmen’s clashes in Benue: 40 killed, scores injured, 2,000 displaced
  • Experts, Clergymen urge FG, States to invest in religious tourism
  • IATA certifies Arik, 2 others as enforcers of safety regulations
  • Union spends N25m on scholarship, vehicles in Katsina State

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