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Thursday, November 12, 2015, Major Headlines

  • Get down to work, Buhari charges new ministers
  • Assignment of portfolios: Buhari springs surprises
  • Fashola: President’s super minister
  • Bayelsa decides: Buhari support group endorses Dickson
  • Rising unemployment and politics of N5000 stipend
  • Offensive odour sacks Reps till Nov 17
  • Jonathan: Drama as PDP disowns Dokpesi
  • Kogi decides: Ozigi, PPA candidate storms Anyigba
  • We’ll hit the ground running –Lai Mohammed
  • Senate crisis: Lawan, Akume challenge Ekweremadu’s presiding authority
  • Be patient with Buhari, Alake pleads with Nigerians
  • Oshiomhole accuses Igbinedion of giving father 200,000-hectare land
  • Contractor got N25bn commission in TSA deal – Senate
  • LASG slams The Economist over anti-Ambode report
  • Dangote listed as one of two African most powerful people worldwide
  • Ahead of Bayelsa guber poll, Dickson, Sylva, others sign peace pact
  • IG: Insurgency has claimed 90,000 police officers in four years
  • Magu assumes office as EFCC boss
  • Change comes with pains and sacrifice, says Tinubu
  • Only half of electricity generated gets to consumers
  • Kachikwu lists Buhari’s policies for oil sector
  • Expert blames global drop in IT spend on market forces
  • Telecoms advisory council harps on industry growth, regulation
  • Tribal sentiment, tax evasion, bane of Nigeria’s growth, says Ajimobi
  • Germany offers to support Nigerian military in war against terror
  • House wants pornographic content censored on social media
  • Court adjourns KPMG’s suit against FRCN to Nov 19
  • BVN: Advocacy foundation condemns consumers’ hardship
  • Audu Ogbe, Lokpobiri resume as Agric ministers, laud predecessor
  • Enugu Assembly declares emergency on S’East roads



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