Thursday, September 10, 2015, Major Headlines

  • Tribunal: Akpabio opens defence, calls two witnesses
  • I’m not bound to declare assets publicly – Wike
  • Army frees 128 Boko Haram suspects
  • Ambode advises Lagosians on fire prevention
  • Fayemi wants rogues out of government
  • LCCI boss seeks review of luxury item tax
  • Sagay takes anti-graft campaign to conduct bureau
  • Debtor list: Heritage Bank apologises to Nda-Isaiah
  • Rivers, Enugu unite for development
  • UNILAG shut down as students protest electrocution
  • APC BoT chair: No rivalry between me and Atiku – Tinubu
  • Shake up in Nigeria Navy: New FOCs, PSOs appointed; 61 others redeployed
  • Harassment of PDP leaders is Buhari’s achievement – Fayose
  • Oil spillage causes fear in Abia communities
  • Police arraign 11 MASSOB members in Delta
  • UI names Olayinka as new VC
  • Tinubu, Akande meet Buhari after Obasanjo’s visit
  • Lagos ban: Truck drivers withdraw services
  • INEC officer, three other female bodies found in room in Anambra
  • NJC queries Osun judge over petition against Aregbesola
  • Second Niger Bridge gets 2020 completion date
  • JP Morgan: ‘Foreign investors may dump Nigeria’
  • Anambra govt officials escape death for allegedly locking up Onitsha market
  • Five Nigerians die in S’Arabia
  • NJC gives Osun judge second query in six weeks
  • Power outage stops Senate power probe
  • 50,000 companies to be struck off CAC register
  • Cement competition thickens as Sangote cuts price
  • Orji: No funding for NSIA as oil sells below benchmark
  • Agric Ministry introduces new measures for fertiliser allocation
  • ICT stakeholders demand immediate broadband access


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