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Today’s major headlines (Friday, March 28, 2014)

  • Policeman runs amok, kills wife, 5 others and self
  • ‘I take responsibility for Immigration recruitment tragedy’ -Moro
  • FRS suspends further hearing on Sanusi’s financial accounts
  • Soldiers kill 11 insurgents, apprehend others attempting to escape to Cameroun
  • We handed over Alams’ loot to Bayelsa in 2010, EFCC claims
  • Manchester United deny Qatari takeover talk
  • Islamic courts release 7 gay suspects on bail secretly
  • DPP absolves Pastor Sign Fireman of murder of 12 year-old girl
  • UBA declares N264.7 billion gross earnings for 2013
  • Shell uses truck to transport crude in Bayelsa
  • APC to consider only registered members for Congress
  • 70 year-old man dies having sex with a married woman
  • FG allocates N74 billion to NYSC scheme annually, says Committee chairman
  • Confab delegate dies in Abuja
  • Rain wreaks havoc in Onitsha
  • MEND claims responsibility for attack on oil pipelines
  • NJC suspends Rivers Chief Judge
  • Jonathan is fixing Nigeria -Fasehun
  • 8 governors in Ekiti for Fayemi
  • Children discover weapon at school
  • NERC grants Mobil licence to build 575MW on-grid power plant
  • National Conference Committee agrees on 70 per cent voting pattern
  • Insurgency: Foreign mercenary with dual Chad, Burkina Faso nationality captured
  • EFCC: More judges under investigation
  • Ebonyi APC leadership tussle deteriorates
  • NEC demands details of spending on excess crude account
  • Ashaka Cement faults plan to ban 32.5 cement grade
  • UK court determines 10 year $310 million contract dispute in favour of NNPC
  • NCAA may go bankrupt over poor service charge payments from airlines
  • Lagos shuts Agidingbi Road by Wempco Junction today
  • Protest: Police arrest Ondo Broadcasting Union leaders
  • Strange $1 billion in excess crude account
  • Ibadan forest of horror: 8 in police net, says AIG
  • Concerns as television goes digital
  • Explosion rocks Abuja shopping plaza
  • ‘World Cup will be bonus’ -Osaze
  • NFF queries Keshi over attitude to work
  • Yuguda names new Bauchi airport after Tafawa Balewa
  • Nigeria has better universities than Ghana, Malaysia -Ojerinde
  • Confab: Group promises weekly progress report
  • IG sets up committee to resolve herdsmen, farmers’ crises
  • Ukraine faces hard road to economic recovery
  • ECOWAS calls for regional response to stem Ebola
  • Malaria mortality rate fall by 25 per cent globally -Report
  • Lagos sues 8 firms over tax evasion
  • Pistorius trial: Defence case postponed
  • FRC indicts CBN on financial reporting
  • Bank customers’ billions trapped in failed ATM transactions
  • FRSC reaffirms right to produce new number plates
  • 2015: We can’t stop parties from early campaign

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