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Today’s major headlines (Friday, January 31, 2014)

 

  • ‘Why I declared to run against Obasanjo’ -Atiku Abubakar
  • Reps reject bid to simplify impeachment of President
  • Mark’s absence stalls formal defection of Saraki, others
  • Vodka blamed for high death rate in Russia
  • RTEAN supports FG’s automotive policy
  • NERDC to introduce revised education curriculum
  • Ukraine President goes on sick leave as protests continue
  • Abuja varsity courses now accredited -VC
  • Jonathan advises National Assembly on need for speedy passage of 2014 Budget
  • Atiku visits Gov. Ajimobi over political ambition
  • Minister, NFF pay Eagles N17.6 million for losing
  • ‘Zimbabwe can’t stop Eagles from winning the Bronze
  • Uproar as Senate defers 11 senators request to dump PDP
  • CONFAB: Nigeria’s unity, no go area -FG
  • Baby factory uncovered in Ondo, 24 suspects arrested
  • It’s March to May National Conference with 492 delegates
  • Jonathan: Police transformation to gulp N1.5 trillion over six years
  • US: Nigeria won’t break up in 2015
  • Mu’azu to PDP governors: No imposition of candidates or restriction of membership
  • APC cautions INEC against electoral malpractices in Ekiti Election
  • PDP commends Senate for confirming service chiefs
  • Lagos APC opens 8,500 membership registration units
  • National Assembly mulls ban on importation of generators
  • Jonathan: $11 billion invested in agriculture since 2011
  • Lamorde accuses banks of shielding criminals
  • NNPC debunks rumours of imminent fuel scarcity
  • SSS seizes arms in Port Harcourt
  • I’m not aware Shekau is dead, says US ambassador
  • ECOWAS okays $50m for Lagos-Abidjan Road
  • Minister hails Eagles, redeems N34 million pledge
  • National Conference: Jonathan to pick 114 out of 492 delegates
  • 2015 election date won’t change –Jega
  • EFCC accuses banks of protecting criminals
  • Syndicate relocate Imo baby factory to Ondo
  • PDP governors mobilize for Jonathan’s declaration
  • Shell to sell more assets in Nigeria

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