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Today’s Major Headlines (Monday, April 14, 2014)

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  • Fresh PDP peace talk with Obasanjo crumbles
  • North can survive without oil – Lamido Adamawa
  • Diezani, NNPC’s antics won’t stop jet probe – Tambuwal
  • Rivers APC wants Presidency zoned to Niger Delta
  • Boko Haram kills scores in Abuja Motor park bombing
  • Rainstorm wreaks havoc in Lagos
  • Senate threatens Diezani over jet scandal, NNPC accounts
  • INEC must sanction parties causing violence – Bamidele
  • Boko Haram invades Borno village, kills 38
  • Lagos declares zero tolerance for boat mishaps
  • NDLEA arrests 92 drug suspects in Akwa Ibom
  • Give loans to jobless youth – cleric urges government
  • I will not join issues with APC – Fayose
  • Troops capture cattle thieves, recover 140 cows, arms
  • Police prepare for Jonathan’s visit to Kano
  • Nigeria committed to rebuilding fiscal buffers, says Okonjo Iweala
  • Power sector collapse: banks cry out over fate of investments
  • 70 year old HIV patient rapes girl, 13
  • I was beaten, maltreated by kidnappers – Ebiteme Clark
  • Na’Abba: governors scuttling internal democracy in parties
  • CBN raises supply of lower Naira denomination
  • 33 blind candidates unable to use braille during UTME
  • NDLEA seizes N240 million drugs at Lagos airport in 3 months
  • UK court judgement: Access Bank sells Akingbola’s properties for 13.45 million pounds
  • Omisore: Call Aregbesola to order
  • Akpabio: Why Jonathan must re-contest in 2015
  • Aregbesola’s adoption as APC governorship candidate illegal, unconstitutional, says party chieftain
  • Labour union opposes merger of aviation agencies
  • Kwankwaso: I regret voting for Jonathan in 2011
  • Senate to probe INEC’s alleged disobedience of judgements
  • 2015: 5 governors in cold war with Patience Jonathan
  • Jonathan to adjust conference membership on Muslims’ request
  • Banks’ lending to economy rises to N15 trillion
  • Nigeria, others lose $50 billion to illegal transfers, says Minister
  • Nobody can Islamize Nigeria, says Emir of Sokoto, Abubakar
  • Army kills bandits, arrests three in Kaduna, Plateau
  • FG to extend emergency rule
  • 2015: Pressure mounts on Jega over one-day elections
  • Fuel imports suffer as FG’s outstanding subsidy hits N100 billion
  • Deceit, incompetence, corruption prevent $530 million Aba power project
  • Non-oil export to ECOWAS market rise to $375 million

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