Thursday, November 26, 2015. Major Headlines


  • PDP youth, women storm court, want Secondus to step down
  • HID Awolowo buried in gold casket
  • Kogi guber poll: Kalu wants Audu’s son as new candidate
  • DHQ alerts on new terror plots
  • Biafra: MASSOB rejects South East governors’ intervention
  • Lagos communities agog, as residents engage lawmakers
  • How APC, PDP Reps locked horns over supplementary bill
  • Police corporal mistakenly shoots wife in Lagos
  • Saraki urges African leaders to unite against terrorism
  • Ondo Assembly approves tenure elongation for LG caretakers
  • Boko-Haram: Nigeria, France unite to fight terrorism
  • Day-old baby found inside uncompleted building
  • Buhari promoting anarchy over Kogi rerun – Fayose
  • I’m happy Oshiomhole is doing well –Emir of Kano
  • PDP Kaduna re-strategises for 2019
  • Okowa at UN, says job creation key to global peace
  • SENEGAL 2015: Siasia’ll secure Rio 2016 ticket –Sanusi
  • Six months after, Obasanjo lauds Jonathan for successful handover to Buhari
  • Buhari, ministers, 16 govs, others bid HID Awolowo farewell
  • Payment of N5,000 to unemployed youths begins next year —FG
  • Fuel scarcity: NNPC apologises to Nigerians
  • Buhari vows to jail corrupt varsity administrators
  • BIAFRA: MASSOB faction accuses South East govs, Ohanaeze, others of betrayal
  • Kogi poll: PDP weighs options to oust APC
  • Anglican Primate to leaders: tackle insecurity, corruption
  • 27 aspirants in race to replace Audu
  • Buhari warns varsities against corruption
  • 50 Nigerians deported from UK arrive in Lagos
  • SANs to judges: report corrupt lawyers
  • Kogi: A state with its peculiar mess and the way out
  • Taraba group blames INEC, Atiku for Ishaku’s sack
  • NBA advocates use of electronic voting machine
  • Senate summons Fashola over falling bridges
  • Giade bows out as NDLEA boss
  • Wada eulogises Audu at third-day prayer
  • NNPC engages DSS, EFCC to fight fuel hoarding
  • Report indicts NCAA, MTN over N1bn fine
  • In modern governance, governments do not do business – Etta, APC boss
  • Why multinational firms flout gas-flaring laws in Nigeria – Senate
  • Insurgency: Reps to probe alleged killing of 90,000 police
  • Naira depreciates across FX market after rate cut
  • Africa: Agri-tech is the future of farming

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