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Thursday, February 18, 2016, Major Headlines

  • Drama in Aso Villa as FG justifies Buhari’s foreign trips
  • I’ve never used public fund for my trips — Gov Yari
  • Pro-Biafra Protests, Kidnapping: Army to relocate Hqtrs to Aba
  • Oduah loses bid to stop bulletproof cars probe
  • Ship owners accuse FG of encouraging piracy
  • S-Court ruling: Uba, Okonkwo, others threaten INEC over Certificate of Return
  • Don’t be selfish, Aregbesola tells striking Osun doctors
  • Crisis rocks NASS over plagiarism allegation
  • Indigenous firm to build N25.8bn new refinery in Lagos
  • FG urged to end push against N-Delta ex-militants
  • Nigeria unnecessarily lagging behind in development — Prof Kalu
  • Okorocha pledges support for COSON in Imo
  • Edo gov poll: Ijaw communities pledge support for Edebiri
  • Anambra Police dock bizman for alleged damage of property
  • Senatorial re-run: Mark accuses APC, Benue govt of fuelling tension
  • Lagos lawmakers halt demolition of marked buildings
  • Tariff hike: DISCOs reject calls for suspension
  • Frequent fire outbreaks: NFPA safety experts storm Lagos
  • Army/Shiite clash: Shiite wants Magistrate investigated
  • Labour threatens Federal Palace Hotel over unfair practices
  • Bench warrant: Tompolo yet to get Feb 8 ruling
  • NDDC to probe former top officials, contractors
  • Oil swap probe: Reps uncover illegal companies used by NNPC
  • Why some results are missing in NOUN — Ex-VC
  • Alleged N2.1bn fraud: EFCC lines-up 15 witnesses against Dokpesi
  • Boko Haram: Borno to re-open highways
  • Jonathan’s dad, ex-NDDC boss’ mum kidnapped
  • Naira depreciates further to N385/$ in parallel market
  • Jos Central Mosque destroyed by fire
  • Nigeria’s economy in trouble, Buhari lacks solution –Fayose
  • Amuneke takes over Flying Eagles
  • Lalong: Plateau will no longer depend on oil
  • Crude trading quiet in advance of tenders, export plans


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