Today’s major headlines (Friday, June 5, 2015)

  • Fayose inaugurates 5th Assembly
  • Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps shuts 15 illegal security companies in Anambra
  • S’Sudan seeks Nigeria’s assistance on security training
  • Governor Tanko Al-Makura of Nasarawa State appoints media aide
  • Yola blast: Hospital appeals for blood donations
  • Kogi LG director’s kidnappers demand N30m
  • Customs donate 300 bags of rice to displaced persons
  • Polio reduces by 80% in Kano – Govt
  • Reps pass Petroleum Industry Bill
  • Second Boston bomber friend jailed 3.5 years
  • UN rights chief seeks justice for abuse by Boko Haram, Nigerian army
  • Thabo Mbeki, others approved alleged $10m ‘bribe’ for FIFA
  • N3BN Fraud: Sheriff spends 2nd day with EFCC
  • Subsidy payments: Oil marketers yet to resume fuel import
  • Impeachment scare: Fayose, supporters jubilate as APC lawmakers’ tenure expires
  • Kashamu: NDLEA moves to set aside court ruling



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