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Today’s major headlines (Monday, February 10, 2014)

Nigerian-Newspapers
  • Oduah bars SSS operatives from international airports
  • 2015: Jonathan moves to woo South West
  • Clerics die as jeep, bus plunge into carnal
  • Aregbesola, Omisore attend vigil over Osun govt. poll
  • Northern govs meet over oil exploration
  • Bayelsa attack: MEND claims responsibility
  • ASUU tackles govt. over agreement implementation delay
  • 40,000 policemen promoted in two years
  • Rivers: APC backs Abe’s decision to sue Mbu
  • Omisore has nothing to offer Osun people – Aregbesola
  • Fire razes 300 shops in Zaria market
  • Four Akala boys killed as NDLEA invades drugs haven in Mushin
  • Dangote, others disagree on grade of cement prescribed for sale
  • FG to generate 10,000 megawatts by end of 2015
  • Govt. shut down: Reps lift embargo against budget
  • Mark accuses politicians of fanning embers of religion
  • NNPC boosts electricity supply by 1,505 MW
  • Herbalist caught with human head
  • Osun: 6 student remanded over arms
  • APC: PDP is sabotaging our membership drive
  • Kerosene subsidy: NNPC denies flouting Presidential order
  • Oil majors sell Nigerian stakes worth $6.5 billion in 2013
  • Babatope, Anosike criticize Sanusi over utterances, management of funds
  • National Conference: Traditional worshippers demand three slots
  • Two APC chieftains kidnapped in Ebonyi
  • Delta South group okays Uduaghan for Senate
  • PDP faults Atiku over state of the nation
  • TINAPA traders threatens to close shops
  • MTN looks for buyers for tower portfolio
  • Nigeria targets rice export from 2017
  • 2015: INEC to clamp down on parties for flouting ban
  • My mission in Rivers –CP
  • Missing $20 billion: Falana demands audit of Federation account
  • IG directs Police to mop up arms in Lagos, others
  • My conditions for peace – Asari Dokubo
  • Mark: God didn’t make mistake creating Nigeria
  • CBN tightens rule for currency dealers to support naira
  • Apapa Customs Command generates N19 billion revenue
  • Head of Service Staff, ghost pensioners fleece N471.33 million off Pension Fund
  • Manufacturers evolve strategies to remain afloat

 

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