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Today’s major headlines (Friday, October 17, 2014)

  • How I overcame fear when I became Head of State at 31, by Gowon
  • FG spent N1.765tr on roads, says Onolememen
  • Journalists barred from venue of mutiny trial
  • Don seeks reconciliation with Africans in Diaspora
  • Man gets eight months prison term for exam malpractices
  • Minister expresses shock over Keshi’s sack
  • Global economy may record $1.1tr stimulus
  • Military bans hawking, trading on Damaturu streets over insecurity
  • Rep empowers constituents with N120m tools, others
  • Why I want to replace Ndoma Egba –Hon Owan Enoh
  • Ekiti shut down as Fayose takes over
  • CNN /Multichoice Africa Journalist Awards hold Saturday in Tanzania
  • Automatic ticket: Muazu, PDP govs’ meeting deadlocked
  • Party registration: Abia commissioner orders arrest of market union leader
  • I’m not vying for APC presidential ticket —Oshiomhole
  • Lagos under APC bondage –Guber aspirant
  • FG to review export expansion grant
  • Sterling bank deploys more ATMs to protect customers’ interest
  • FirstBank, MoneyGram launch outbound money transfer service
  • Stakeholders want better agents, Customs’ collaboration
  • ISIS training pilots to fly fighter jets
  • 27 PDP aspirants pick nomination forms in Sokoto -Official
  • Boko Haram negotiates cease-fire, Chibok girls release in S’Arabia
  • Ex-commissioner faults Lagos mega-city plan
  • FG insincere about state of economy –Fashola
  • Minister’s resignation excites striking health workers
  • ‘Remi Olowude for burial Oct. 24’
  • Global response to EVD has failed – UN
  • Buhari/Fashola ticket’ll defeat Jonathan, says APC leader
  • Spain isolates plane over Nigerian Ebola scare
  • Man rapes, infects lover’s kids with HIV
  • Coroner visits Synagogue, demands lodgers’ list
  • Reps urge FG to lift Emirates, Qatar airlines sanctions
  • Oil price decline opens window for subsidy removal, increased savings
  • ALSCON: London Arbitral Tribunal rules in favour of UC Rusal
  • NGOs not exempted from taxation, says FIRS
  • Nigerian Airports rated poorly in Africa
  • Lekki Deep Seaport threatened as investors, banks decline funding
  • Electricity consumers want N750 fixed charge scrapped
  • Calabar Port contract followed due process, says Niger Global Director
  • NCS seizes 2,000 bags of rice, 40 vehicles
  • Freight Forwarders question SON competence
  • Jega: Boko Haram will not threaten 2015 elections
  • FG supports Elumelu’s N1.5bn empowerment fund with N250m

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