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Today’s major headlines (Friday, October 10, 2014)

  • Why we won’t sell arms to Nigeria, by United States
  • Nigerian scientists submit 15 Ebola cure claims
  • PDP accuses APC of plot to split Nigeria
  • Hajj 2014: Nigeria records 19 deaths, 7 psychiatric cases
  • APC seeks identity of Nigerians aboard arms deal plane
  • Ebola: How hospital stopped Sawyer from spreading disease further
  • Attack on Edo lawmaker: Police quiz speaker, majority leader, others
  • Enugu guber: Awgu people endorse Ugwuanyi for gov
  • 12 killed, scores injured in Katsina multiple crash
  • Adamawa new Governor visits PDP secretariat
  • Court frees church leader over armed robbery
  • INEC’s independence must not be compromised by politicians –Saraki
  • Ekiti: Stop assault on judiciary, APC tells Jonathan
  • We’re getting set for Fayose’s inauguration –Transition Committee chairman
  • Resources management: FRSC boss commends Ajimobi
  • 2015: Youths demand free, fair election
  • Igbo youths president condoles with Igwe’s family
  • Skye Bank signs agreement for Mainstreet Bank purchase, pays 20% deposit
  • World Bank pledges global partnership for Africa, others against fraud, corruption
  • Nigeria, developing nations to record 5% growth in remittances
  • 178 days in captivity: Ezekwesili, Ita-Giwa renew call for release of Chibok girls
  • PDP, govs fight, as NWC cancels endorsements
  • Wike’s supporters on rampage, hit PDP members, journalists
  • Court Martial: EU rejects death sentences
  • NGF charges Ngilari to run open administration
  • Ekweremadu’s proposal to break up Nigeria
  • Delta 2015: I am the non-controversial aspirant — Tony Obuh
  • Agric innovations can help African farmers compete — Report
  • IMF warns against external borrowing for consumption
  • Lagos targets 25% food production by 2018
  • Pesioners: Court adjourns contempt suit against CBN till Oct 29
  • Germany to build GreenAgric centre in Ogun state
  • Malala wins Nobel Peace Prize
  • $9.3m scandal: FG must come clean, APC insists
  • 2015: Ohanaeze youths to X-ray Igbo political office holders
  • Nigeria’ll soon see end of Boko Haram —IGP
  • LP chieftain slams Mimiko, Nwanyanwu
  • N’East parents wary of educating female children –Ezekwesili
  • Fuel scarcity hits Abia, Benue
  • FG releases N527.6m to pay unity schools’ staff
  • Protesters against me are miscreants, says Akpabio
  • LASG urges Christian pilgrims to be purposeful
  • Fashola cautions against noise pollution in Lagos
  • Rivers PDP rivals exchange blows in Abuja
  • Suswam: Benue Govt’s shares at Dangote Cement are intact
  • FirstBank expands African footprint, launches FBN Bank Ghana
  • Declare your assets now, CNPP tells Jonathan

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