Today’s major headlines (Friday, April 17, 2015)

  • Constitution : Senate demands return of Amendment Bill
  • Presidential poll : How Orubebe plotted to abduct Jega
  • Jonathan asks world leaders to support Buhari
  • The Orekoyas should forgive me for causing so much pain – Nanny
  • Higher food prices drove inflation to 8.5% in March
  • Strange disease kills 12 people in Ondo
  • Abdulsalami : People were mischievous about my meeting with Diezani
  • Air traffic controllers embark on 6-hour strike, paralyse flight operations
  • Taraba guber race : APC gives condition for participating in election rerun
  • IMF tasks Nigeria on fiscal reforms, subsidy
  • Power : NERC to punish Abuja DISCO for fleecing consumers
  • Curb in foreign currency hurting banks, says FCMB boss
  • Ogboru heads for election tribunal again
  • Senate Presidency race : Odds favour North-central zone
  • Court adjourns Tinubu’s N150 billion libel suit against AIT till May 27
  • FG may compel indebted airlines to merge
  • MultiChoice MD, spokesperson to face contempt for disobeying order on DSTV subscription
  • Amaechi inaugurates 9-man committee to investigate killings
  • Why I conceded defeat to Buhari – Jonathan
  • Buhari, Shekau, others make TIME’s 100 influential persons’ list
  • Xenophobia : Reps vow to invoke laws to frustrate  South African interests
  • NLC to Benue government : Pay workers outstanding salary or face our wrath

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