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Today’s Major Headlines, Friday, May 6, 2016

  • Oil rebels blow up Chevron’s Okon platform – navy
  • Suspected Panama money-launderer arrested
  • EFCC quizzes ex-Northern ministers, others over Diezani’s N23bn fraud
  • Reps order immediate re-seal of Kogi Assembly
  • Lekki Free Zone: LASG releases N1.6bn, woos investors
  • S. seeks to approve attack aircraft for Nigeria in Boko Haram fight
  • Ikpeazu condemns Aba killing, says alleged killer soldier has been arrested
  • Woman who spent $3.4m on handbags nabbed
  • Global Fund uncovers fraud in malaria, TB, HIV/AIDS grants to Nigeria
  • Alleged $49.8bn oil theft: My role in Sanusi’s letter to Jonathan —Amaechi
  • NASS hands over 2016 budget to Presidency
  • Shocker! Prophet buries cow heads, tortoise in church
  • No quick fix to Nigeria’s economic woes – Finance Minister
  • 2 Major-Generals to face court-martial over indiscipline
  • Recovering stolen funds has become tedious—Buhari
  • Obasanjo faults Yoruba monarchs on supremacy tussle
  • Obasanjo donates chimpanzee named Patience to wildlife sanctuary
  • Accident: 7 Kano students, driver buried amid tears
  • Protest in Aba as soldiers allegedly kill two butchers
  • Declining oil prices threat to indigenous companies—Stakeholders
  • NIMASA director insists former DG approved all funds looted
  • Abia govt faults Sen Akpabio’s claim on kidnapping
  • DPR probes diversion of petrol
  • A-Ibom govt clamps down on illegal motor parks
  • Odubu: I never chased away APC delegates at Fugar —Akhigbe
  • Austrian bizman sues EFCC over court order
  • Man attempts suicide, demands N5m in Lagos
  • I’m not hiding from EFCC, says Fani-Kayode
  • Pirates attack: 6 floating corpses recovered in Bayelsa creek
  • Tinubu mourns as Ademola Adeniji-Adele dies at 60
  • Aregbesola, Ooni advocate youth empowerment
  • 3 PDP factions hold LG congress in Ogun
  • IG takes over investigation of attack on Odubu
  • Diezani’s N24b Payout: EFCC grills Anyanwu, Ahamba over N700m cash
  • Biafra: A-Court reserves judgment on Kanu, others’ appeal



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