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Today’s major headlines (Friday, March 7, 2014)

  • APC leader got N84 billion contract under Sanusi -PDP
  • FG names delegates to National Conference
  • 2015 will determine Nigeria’s unity -Abdulsalami
  • Kwankwaso’s deceit causing disunity among governors -Jang
  • EFCC re-arraigns Fani-Kayode for laundering N100 million
  • Schumacher’s condition remains unchanged -Report
  • Malaysian opposition leader, Ibrahim jailed for sodomy
  • Fire guts Osogbo PHCN control centre, total black out looms
  • Pistorius cheated on me, says ex-girlfriend
  • Malaria spreads to higher altitude -Study
  • Nigeria gays receive lashes for ‘homosexual offences’
  • UN calls for more troops in Central African Republic
  • Gambler sues casino after losing $500,000 in U.S
  • Nigeria wasted over $600 billion revenue in five decades -Ezekwesili
  • Ukraine crisis: Illegal Crimean referendum condemned
  • Reps summon Okonjo-Iweala, others over N29 billion pension fund
  • Kidnapped PDP members regain freedom
  • Missing $20 billion: We can’t carry out forensic audit, says Auditor-General
  • Corruption: FG, Amaechi trade words
  • 13 students hospitalized in Lagos after inhaling poisonous fumes
  • Defection: PDP sues Mark over 11 senators
  • Civil War: Ohaneze demands N2.4 trillion reparation, state apology for Ndigbo
  • Navy rescues three kidnapped Indians
  • Yobe government donates N100 million to victims of Boko Haram in Buni Yadi
  • ‘We’re not happy with this carnage’ -Sultan
  • FG announces new fees for e-passport
  • Akiolu urges politicians to end Boko Haram
  • 13 Osun traders lose N1 million to robbers in Kwara
  • Fuel crisis to end soon as more petrol laden vessels land Nigeria
  • Security forces foil attacks on border towns
  • Obasanjo bars PDP NWC delegation from his residence
  • 2014 Budget: FG to spend N268 billion on SURE-P
  • Foreign investors reduce exposure to Nigeria
  • NLC threatens FG over fuel scarcity
  • M-Net Africa boss, Biola Alabi quits
  • Gombe to establish mobile courts
  • N17 billion required for 2016 census –NPC boss
  • Four pupils still missing after Boko Haram
  • Nigeria’s economic growth to quicken, inflation to ease this year -IMF

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