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Today’s major headlines (Friday, March 14, 2014)

  • Withdraw fuel subsidy, Finance Commissioners tell FG
  • FG to UN: No going back on same-sex marriage law
  • Boko Haram: Bombardment will be sustained until terrorism is eliminated –Defence HQ
  • 38 year-old caught with 18 human skulls in Ogun
  • Fulani herdsmen sack Suswam’s village, kill 22
  • FESTAC boat mishap: ‘How I cheated death’ –Survivor
  • Politics is about development, not insults –Jonathan
  • ‘I was fed garri mixed with palm oil,’ says freed Jonathan’s cousin
  • Omisore alleges threat to life
  • Missing $20 billion: Senate forensic report ready next week
  • Over 800 fuel tankers stranded in Lagos as depots run out of stock
  • Confab: South East governors appoint Ike Nwachukwu leader of Igbo delegates
  • Gov. Obi distributes buses, transformers, cheques
  • Head of Service can’t account for N52 billion votes
  • Gunmen murder 103 in Katsina as Jonathan visits
  • FG amends National Conference’s delegates lists, replaces Babalola, others
  • Makarfi: Why Finance Ministry was stopped from forensic audit of NNPC
  • Nigeria ranks second on list of World’s least sexually active countries
  • Ekiti poll: Campaign will be issue-based, says Bamidele
  • National Conference: Soyinka cautions Yoruba delegates against making case for disintegration
  • Govt pays N41 billion subsidy claims to marketers
  • Fuel scarcity: Abuja motorists groan
  • FG: 30 million Nigerians have no access to electricity
  • Military accuses Borno Senator of working for Boko Haram
  • EFCC: Pension thieves are threatening our witnesses
  • Gunmen storm barrack in Maiduguri
  • Reps uncover fresh missing N35 billion
  • Aregbesola relocates Fakunle High School
  • US Navy ships join search for missing plane
  • Ballot paper scam: House orders CBN to refund N1 billion to Federation Account
  • Gunmen abduct Cool FM presenter, demand N10 million ransom
  • Etisalat, Airtel are biggest gainers of number porting in 2013
  • Drug trafficking funds terrorism in Nigeria
  • We’ll return armed to Enugu Govt House, says Biafran group
  • Cash crunch sends governance on suspension in states
  • Jonathan steps in to stop Gusau’s resignation
  • Gambia to drop English as official language
  • Sudan rebel leaders sentenced to death
  • Fashola urges leaders to grow economy with football
  • 15,000 Lagos pupils have visual impairments, report
  • Nigerians no longer safe -ACF
  • INEC promises security for Corps members
  • Why coins are out of circulation -CBN
  • Nigerians unfair, ignorant of our operations –NNPC
  • Canada pulls troops out of Afghanistan
  • Drink more water to prevent kidney disease –expert
  • Imo begins construction of Owerri flyover
  • Anambra presents N160 million gifts to First Class graduates
  • Again, violence stops voter registration in Osun
  • Lagos to establish special court for commercial dispute
  • Climate change: NIMET predicts 25 per cent decline in agro produce

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