What's Trending

Today’s major headlines (Friday, October 3, 2014)

  • Military to court-martial 97 over mutiny, raises panel
  • Nigeria to be certified Ebola virus disease free
  • Mimiko returns to PDP, backs Jonathan’s re-election bid
  • Fayose must be prosecuted over attack on judge, APC insists
  • Oyo was an exemplary, inspiring trailblazer, says Jonathan
  • Anguish, as Apapa gridlock returns
  • Jonathan’s self appraisal: PDP, Balarabe, Afenifere, others differ
  • Northern youths absolve Obasanjo of anointing northern candidate
  • Shekau says I’m alive’ in new video; We killed him DHQ insist
  • Benue: It’s fight to finish for Tiv/Idoma
  • Senate flays low OPS participation in legislative matters
  • Climate Change: Adesina canvasses support to protect farmers
  • Cassava flour policy saves Nigeria N127bn annually
  • Agric innovations can help African farmers compete-report
  • SEC to inaugurate 10-year capital market master plan in November
  • Keshi is ‘killing’ Super Eagles – Ikpeba
  • Women accuse FIFA of discrimination over turf in Canada
  • Provide Ebola prevention facilities or we’ll go on strike — Anambra teachers
  • Lagos Ebola volunteer workers demand unpaid allowances
  • Group petitions UN over $9.3m scandal
  • JP Morgan’s 76 million customer accounts hacked
  • Sierra Leone Ebola ‘spreading like wildfire’
  • Panic as US quarantines 81 Ebola suspects
  • Nobody can stop Fayose’s inauguration –Mark
  • Sallah: IG orders water-tight security nationwide
  • Fayemi, Fayose in verbal war over appointment of Perm Secs
  • Marriott to build 50 hotels in Nigeria, S’Africa, Egypt
  • World Bank seeks collaboration to tackle inequality
  • Nedbank Converts N45.6bn loan to equity stake in ETI
  • Shareholders applaud Conoil’s N2.78bn dividend
  • NCAA’s top management blamed for undue govt interferences
  • Mbu detains AIT reporter, Anakwe for calling him controversial
  • INEC to review additional polling units planned for north
  • Court acquits Ogbulafor, convicts co-accused
  • Nyako’s impeachment: Court reserves judgment in ex-deputy gov’s suit
  • NLC kicks against NYSC N4000 policy
  • National ID card to be used as travel document
  • Group seeks more private sector investment in aviation sector
  • 2015 Presidency: Atiku invites Buhari to open free, fair primary
  • NCAA commends ortom’s role on FAA safety status

 

Related Stories:

Comments

comments

About the Author