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Thursday, November 19, 2015, Major Headlines

  • Killer squad after Ekweremadu, Akpabio, Ogor, others, PDP alleges
  • Big trouble in PDP
  • $2bn arms deal: I’m ready for trial –Dasuki
  • 17 killed in Kano twin suicide bomb blasts
  • Court orders DSS to produce Kanu, Radio Biafra director, November 23
  • Moody’s: Nigeria’s oil output May Fall by 2017
  • Strong Structural steel injects $36m into Nigeria
  • Stanbic IBTC secures international syndicated loan
  • After Yola, bomb blasts kill 15, injure 53 in Kano
  • Buhari sends N465.64bn supplementary budget to N’Assembly
  • More troubles for MTN as Uganda fines Telco $622,000
  • Facebook activates ‘Safety Check’ for Nigeria blasts after criticism
  • 10 Nigerians make Forbes Africa’s 50 Rich List, Dangote remains continent’s wealthiest
  • Ohanaeze youths want IG to probe assassination attempt on Ekweremadu
  • Gulak Sues PDP, Secondus over Acting National Chairman’s continued stay in office
  • Kogi Poll: IG Promises to Provide Adequate Security
  • Taraba Votes Can’t Be a Waste, Group Insists
  • PDP alleges attempt on life of Deputy Senate President
  • Atiku donates N10m cash at HID Awolowo’s book launch
  • ABTU student electrocuted in Bauchi
  • Why our group killed several persons —Suspected cultist
  • insecurity: Lagos plans CCTV for public places
  • Final year Poly student murdered in Imo
  • NJC sacks Judge over misconduct
  • Ecobank Nigeria’s MD, Aku, steps down in December
  • PR expert unveils indispensable qualities for public relations students
  • Two senators in hot exchange over composition of committees
  • How PDP, Wada dazzled supporters in Okene
  • PDP charges Buhari, CBN to clear air on TSA fund remittances
  • Fayose flays Buhari over release of N12.5bn to APC for Kogi election
  • Don’t grant loans to Wike, APC warns banks



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