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Today’s major headlines (Friday, June 13, 2014)

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  • Confab: Delegates want special Banks for women
  • Forces out to truncate democracy – Jonathan
  • Sanusi was destined to be Emir —ACF
  • CONFAB: Delegates remove immunity clause for President, govs, other elected officers
  • CBN orders banks to refund excess CoT charges
  • FG bows to health workers’ demand
  • Makoko boils: Three feared dead as Police, hoodlums clash
  • Local investors’ participation on NSE drops to 25%
  • Half of Chibok girls may never be found –Obasanjo
  • Rivers crisis: Police ban unauthorised political  rallies
  • Mark weeps as Kuta dies at 65
  • Youths protest against suspended Edo lawmaker
  • Fake ballot boxes, voting materials intercepted in Ekiti
  • Court dismisses suit against Wada
  • 2015: Why PDP, Jonathan hold the ace –Akinlude
  • Obuah rejects amendment to Rivers High Court rules
  • 2015: Jonathan, ex-heads of state in crucial talks
  • UBA targets new generation of customers with Next-Gen Account
  • Okonjo-Iweala heads committee on nuclear energy
  • Nigeria’s bid for OPEC Sec-Gen suffers setback
  • FG releases $10m safe school initiative fund
  • Missing plane: Flight MH370: Families get $50,000 payments
  • Court dismisses suit against Kogi gov’s election
  • Sanusi saga: Police end siege to Emir’s palace
  • June 12: Fashola wants changes in electoral laws
  • LASU students reject fees reduction
  • Confab delegates reject honour for Abiola …say no to immunity clause
  • APC alleges police complicity in Edo assembly crisis
  • World Cup: Hopeful Nigerians in last minute rush for DStv subscription
  • Stakeholders urge reforms as port gridlocks persist
  • Banks begin biometric registration of customers next week
  • Nigeria, Argentina and Vietnam prove top picks for multinationals
  • RenCap insists CBN may be compelled to devalue naira
  • Shell shuts in 40,000bpd crude oil production
  • FG seeks $200m German support for proposed devt finance institution
  • FG approves disbursement of N1.6bn for transmission upgrade
  • Soldiers intercept ballot papers in Ekiti
  • Caverton recovers further as investors renew demand
  • Aviation experts accuse FG of undermining progress of local airlines
  • INEC to create 30,000 polling units for 2015 polls
  • Gospel singer, Kefee Branama is dead
  • Akunyili: US doctors’ diagnosis very pathetic, says NMA
  • Court reserves judgment in suit challenging ban of rallies in Abuja
  • World Cup: Plateau police ban football viewing centre

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