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Today’s major headlines (Monday, April 1, 2014)

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  • Sanusi under probe for terror financing
  • Students protest arbitrary hike in LASU fees, others
  • I accept forgiveness by Obasanjo  – Atiku
  • Transcorp targets N30 billion profit in 2014
  • Major military offensive in Benue, Nasarawa, Plateau State
  • Appeal Court orders retrial of El-Rufai’s case
  • Wike has not resigned as minister, says PDP
  • FG budgets N7 billion to compensate victims of 2011 post-election violence in Kaduna
  • $1.69 million fraud: court denies Ajudua bail
  • Defection: Court asks 37 APC lawmakers to resign
  • Jonathan seeks dismissal of anti-Confab unit
  • Benue farmers, Fulani herdsmen sign peace accord
  • Right group berates LASG for disobeying court order on Lekki-Ikoyi bridge
  • Immigration tragedy: Moro, others must refund applicants, Reps PPC chairman insists
  • Lagos to enforce parking policy
  • Ogun police nab 9 armed robbers, suspected rapist
  • Terrorism: Strange corpses, guns liter Borno forest
  • Ladoja’s impeachment: Alaafin confesses
  • Helicopters drop arms, food for insurgents – Borno, Yobe elders
  • Missing plane: Truth will prevail, says Malaysia
  •  Pensioners protest against South West governors
  • CBN commences cashless policy in 30 states July 1
  • Fuel scarcity may worsen as NUPENG shuts NIPCO
  • Judge attempts to mend feud among FRA Williams’ children
  • Zenith Bank announces Peter Amangbo GMD/CEO designate
  • Mob torches church, attacks school in Katisna
  • Six wedding guests die in Kano after drinking local intoxicants
  • Conference unanimously adopts 70 percent consensus vote
  • Mbeki: Nigeria, other lose $60 billion yearly to illicit financial flaws
  • NSE closes first quarter with 6.2 percent decline
  • The Sun Associate Editor Wabara charged for sedition
  • FG abandons cassava, wheat component policy
  • HIV/AIDS prevalence drops in Kogi – Agency
  • INEC begins demarcation of constituencies for 2015
  • G.O.K Ajayi may be buried May 29
  • Fed Govt. to retire 1,050 civil servants soon
  • SSS interrogates detained Boko Haram suspects
  • New ‘security architecture’ to end Boko Haram, other security challenges,says Jonathan
  • US mudslide death toll hit 24
  • Imo suspends hospital concession plan
  • Delta Assembly sacks 26 for certificate forgery
  • Godfather of House music, Knuckles dies at 59
  • Uganda president leads anti-gay rally
  • Flight MH370: new account of cockpit last words
  • Nwabueze group says Confab, a failure
  • National Confab seeks for more funds
  • Ahmed signs Kwara’s N130.26 billion 2014 budget
  • Ondo generated N2.93 billion in two months
  • Group blames increasing rape cases on ignorance
  • Fashola writes Ghana over killing of Nigerian student
  • Investors to pump $2.6 billion into Nigeria’s sugar industry

 

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