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Thursday, February 4, 2016, Major Headlines

  • NNPC seeks N’Assembly’s approval for alternative funding
  • Re-run: Abia North jettisons party affiliation, endorse Kalu
  • INEC documents details disqualified parties, others
  • Presidency lists Buhari’s achievements in First 7 Months
  • Supreme Court affirms Udom, Ikpeazu’s elections
  • PDP governors hail Supreme Court as saviour of democracy
  • Buhari’s stance on naira value wrong – Utomi
  • Boko Haram: Deadlier terrorist group may emerge –Bauchi gov
  • EFCC set to tighten noose on fraudsters
  • Supreme Court judgment: Emekayi, state PDP exco reassure members
  • Senate panel summons AGF over NDDC funding
  • Rivers: Oyegun slams judiciary
  • $3.9bn fine: MTN hires former U.S. attorney general to challenge NCC
  • Subsidy fraud: Shippers’ Council, CBN saved $2.7bn
  • $50m ADB loan to fun Mambilla, Zungeru power projects –Fashola
  • Kwara teachers in the throes of salary arrears
  • EFCC quizzes Badeh, Magu seeks UAE’s support over loot
  • Court orders arrest of ex-Ekiti PDP secretary for perjury
  • $2.1bn scandal: ThisDay publisher, Obaigbena, returns N350m
  • We are ready for Nigeria, Egypt’s coach boasts
  • No excuses on N5tn revenue target, Adeosun warns FIRS
  • Eleven rescued as Bristow Helicopter crashes in Lagos
  • Senate orders NDLEA to stop harassing Kashamu
  • Security: Delta to strengthen vigilante groups
  • Nigeria hits 5,000MW power generation mark
  • Scarcity of bread hits Kano as bakers embark on strike
  • FirstBank promotes trade financing
  • Skye Bank partners group on cancer awareness
  • N24bn gain on disposed investment boosts flour mills’ profit
  • Nigeria attracts global attention in indigenous software devt
  • NEPC partners Afe Babalola Varsity on timber, mango exports
  • NURTW urges INEC to deregister parties
  • Oil crash a ‘formidable shock’ to African exporters – IMF

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