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Today’s major headlines ( Friday, March 6, 2015)

  • Nigeria needs ‘do-tanks’, not ‘think-tanks’ – Obasanjo
  • Chibok girls alive – Jonathan
  • Fayose didn’t speak for us on Jega, says PDP
  • Last Ebola patient discharged in Liberia
  • Security agencies probing Nigerians with ISIS link
  • Boko Haram kills 68 in Borno
  • Strike will be treated as mutiny, IG warns policemen
  • RECs to handle testing of card readers
  • APC plans rousing welcome for Buhari today
  • IMF endorses unification of foreign exchange markets
  • University feeds 270,000 taking refuge from Boko Haram
  • Aliyu : Why I did not defect with G-5 governors
  • ExxonMobil CEO : Crude oil prices to remain low
  • APC youths threaten to occupy Aso Rock, major cities over alleged plan to oust Jega
  • NUPENG : Apapa traffic gridlock affecting loading of petroleum products
  • FG issues provisional licences to 9 private universities
  • Opposition stronger now than in 2011 – Jonathan

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