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Today’s major headlines (Friday, June 6, 2014)

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  • Emefiele unfolds agenda, abolishes deposit charges
  • 45 feared killed in Borno, Gombe Govt. House bombed
  • Catholic bishops seek release of abducted girls, end to killings
  • National confab declines raising minimum wage
  • Echiejile, Musa’s injuries worry Keshi
  • The Emir of Kano dies at 83
  • Explosion rocks Dankwambo’s residence
  • CBN reads riot act to serial loan defaulters
  • Nigeria may lose communities to Cameroon again –Senate Leader
  • INEC inaugurates inter-agency committee on voter’s cards
  • Jos bombing: Traders want market re-opened
  • Police arrest masterminds of Kano motor park bomb blast
  • Brazil 2014: FIFA confirms 736 players for World Cup
  • FIFA rankings: Nigeria remains in 44th position
  • Pro-Biafra group’s bid to seize Enugu radio, TV stations foiled
  • Jonathan: security challenges less in PDP states
  • Emefiele to bring down interest rates
  • Bomb scare in Ibadan
  • APC’ll hold rancour-free National Convention, says Akande
  • APC faults Clark’s position on emergency in Northeast
  • Akume blasts delegates over proposed part-time legislature
  • Rising sea level threatens Lagos, Warri, Port Harcout, Calabar, says minister
  • Stephen Keshi laments crisis in Nigeria affecting Eagles
  • Alison-Madueke: Nigeria no longer has tangible oil trade with US
  • With Eyes on 2015, Jonathan nominates Shekarau, three other Ministers
  • Death toll rises to 100 after Boko Haram strike in Borno
  • Tuface Releases song for #BringBackOurGirls campaign
  • Police Evict Widows from Lagos Barracks
  • Conference bars governors, deputies, lawmakers from pension
  • Police arrest LASU students for protesting tuition fee increase
  • Oduah denies incurring N174bn debt
  • Suntai jets out to London for medical checkup
  • Insurgency will soon be history -Jonathan
  • Confab: Ighure, Dokpesi make case for journalists
  • Nigerian women sell their wombs, ovaries —Catholic Bishop
  • Tambuwal blames executive for travails of democracy
  • APC members drag Tinubu, Akande, party to court over imposition of party officers
  • Jonathan: Governors’ defection had no impact on PDP
  • Convention: APC Zones chairmanship position to South-south
  • Ekiti Guber Poll: Jonathan to present PDP’s flag to Fayose
  • Cross River boils over UN’s plan to cede more Nigeria communities to Cameroon
  • BPE accepts Geometric has rights to Aba-Ariaria ring-fenced
  • Luxury real estate market attracts N24bn fresh FDI
  • Yobo: Eagles driven by ambition
  • Ekeji Defends Keshi on selected players
  • FG adds Chinese, Indian state oil companies to list of long-term buyers
  • Nigeria is AfDB’s largest shareholder, Okonjo-Iweala says
  • NNPC expands crude lifting contracts list
  • Group accuses Onyejeocha of fore-knowledge of $500 million Chinese Bank loan
  • Finished goods exports grow by 80% in 2013
  • Airlines to airlift 6bn Passengers by 2030

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