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Today’s major headlines (Friday, February 21, 2014)

 

  • Jonathan under attack over Sanusi’s suspension
  • Senators oppose N700 million daily withdraw for kerosene subsidy
  • How the plot to suspend Sanusi was hatched
  • Jonathan nominates Zenith Bank MD for CBN governor
  • Death toll hits 60 in Boko Haram attack
  • Atiku to Sanusi – Go to court
  • Sanusi rejects allegation of financial recklessness
  • Equities fall at news of sudden change in Apex bank
  • Lagos bans indecent dressing by female civil servants
  • Okonjo- Iweala allays fears of negative impact on economy
  • House rejects Sanusi’s suspension, says its illegal
  • Suswan urges FG, PDP to intervene in herdsmen, farmers’ clash
  • Supreme court decides Kogi governorship election today
  • Court upholds Econet’s claim of 5% share in Airtel Nigeria
  • Lobbying for next Aviation minister hots up
  • Fashola, Kwankwaso condemn action suspending CBN gov
  • Jimoh Ibrahim, lawmaker laud  Sanusi’s removal
  • Senate on Sanusi: Jonathan acted within limits of his power
  • Confab: Yoruba leaders call for parliamentary  govt
  • Boko Haram leader vows to kill elder statesmen, others in new video
  • Journalists urged to embrace online media
  • PDP is party for future generation – Mu’azu
  • Zimbabwe’s Mugabe, turning 90, says not yet time to retire
  • Jonathan opens N3.233 billion Turkish hospital
  • No Igbo presidential candidate in 2015 – Gov. Orji
  • 40,000 mw power generation by 2020 realisable, says FG
  • Presidency: Niger Delta activists urge North to wait till 2019
  • Power failure: Ikeja High court conducts proceedings with torch
  • FRSC dismisses officer who raped colleagues’ 9 year -old daughter
  • Listen, there’s no rival for Jonathan – Orubebe
  • ‘Ill challenge Jonathan’s power to sack me’ – Sanusi
  • Sanusi to Jonathan – You can’t suspend the truth
  • Worshippers  battle over signatories of church’s bank account
  • Tinubu’s daughter denies demanding APC cards, money
  • Jonathan meets NNPC chiefs over missing funds
  • Court remands man who padlocks son’s mouth
  • Bar Ki-moon advocates 3,000 more troops for CAR
  • 11 killed as Libyan military plane crashes in Tunisia
  • Sokoto partners two Sudanese varsities on education
  • Service chiefs visit units in Borno, Yobo, Adamawa
  • Google unveils smart phone with 3D sensors
  • Boko Haram: Security expert canvasses death sentence
  • Man injects 63 wraps of cocaine
  • Ogun to extend deadline for property owners
  • Reps reject move to retain PENCOM boss
  • Osun lecturers resume suspended strike
  • NUPENG alleges 25% drop in fuel loading

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