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Today’s Major Headlines (Friday, October 24, 2014)

 

  • 2015: I will run – Jonathan
  • Ekiti APC lawmakers allege plot to attack them today
  • Orji’s plan to impose candidates in Abia
  • Bomb blast rocks Bauchi
  • Insurgents turn abducted girls to maids, wives – Parents allege
  • Why Amaechi is afraid of me –Wike
  • Boko Haram: Human rights abuse against security exaggerated – Jonathan
  • Fulani/farmers clash: FG sets aside N100bn for ranches
  • Kwara 2015: Saraki dynasty dead, buried –Prof Abdulraheem
  • FG moves to give royal fathers constitutional roles
  • Thick smoke causes commotion at Lagos airport
  • Cyber-crime offenders to bag 7 years jail term
  • PDP plans to attack us, APC lawmakers allege
  • Groups endorse Ambode’s governorship ambition
  • FIFA ranking: Eagles drop again
  • Power Nigeria exhibition to open Tuesday
  • INEC has no hidden agenda in more polling units, says Jega
  • NERC moves to increase electricity tariffs
  • Boko Haram ‘abducts more women and girls’
  • INEC to begin PVC distribution on November 7
  • Military response alone cannot stop Boko Haram, says Chief of Air Staff
  • FIFA celebrates Nwankwo Kanu’s 15 minutes of magic at Stamford Bridge
  • Sudanese Contingent Arrives Abuja Today
  • NBA Confirms Wali’s Release from Captivity
  • Otti Steps Down as Diamond Bank CEO
  • Jonathan Inaugurates Team to Prepare Presidential Re-election
  • First Lady Resigns as Permanent Secretary in Bayelsa
  • Nigerian Arrested for Jumping White House Fence
  • Fintiri Interrogated by Police
  • In Aggressive Cash Drive for Electioneering, Governors Abandon Projects, Cut Salaries
  • Ebola Crisis: Mali Confirms First Infection Case
  • Minimum Wage: Labour Vows to Resist Removal from Exclusive List
  • Jonathan: Human Rights Abuses Require Proper Investigation
  • Pilgrimage: Jonathan Leaves for Israel Friday
  • Rwanda Institutes Ironic Ebola Travel Restriction on US, Spain
  • FG to Dispatch 506 Volunteers to Liberia, Guinea, S’Leone to Combat Ebola
  • Drop Your Presidential Bid, Atiku Group Tells Buhari
  • Presidential Contest: Nda-Isaiah Rejects APC Govs’ Support for Consensus Candidate
  • Enugu Guber: PDP Denies Plot to Disqualify Ugwuanyi
  • Ayanya Pledges to Return PDP to Rivers Govt House
  • Anti-Trafficking Bill Passes Second Reading
  • 2015: Akpabio to Contest Senatorial Election
  • Jega: INEC will Give Nigeria Best Elections in 2015
  • Falana: Political Economy Gives Room for Insecurity
  • Two Ondo Lawmakers Defect to APC
  • APC Governorship Aspirants Oppose Consensus, Zoning in Sokoto
  • Jika Heads Ishaku Campaign, Tags It ‘Operation Rescue Taraba’
  • APC Lawmakers: We Have No Intention of Impeaching Fayose
  • FG Targets 20m Tonnes of Domestic Food Production by 2015
  • Anxiety Grips Firms over Unpaid N15.5bn Outstanding Duties, Rates
  • FG Determined to Float National Carrier
  • FG to Facilitate Trade in Nigerian Ports
  • NPA Completes Due Diligence on Lekki Deep Seaport
  • Start-Up Carrier Offers Nigerian Military Personnel N10,000 Air Fare
  • Governors reject autonomy for councils
  • Presidential bid: Falana knocks Buhari for taking N27.5m loan
  • Rape victims storm N’Assemby, seek life jail for rapists
  • Aregbesola backs Jihad, opposes B’Haram
  • British MP urges Nigerian lawmakers to fear God
  • Reps ask IGP to probe Ekiti judiciary attacks
  • $8.4m fraud: Court to try Ajudua, registrar separately
  • Stakeholders impressed as DNL unveils 2,700 tons made-in Nigeria Cpf Modules
  • Power Outages: Help on the way, FG tells Nigerians

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