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Today’s major headlines (Monday, February 17, 2014)

  • Three senators to defect to PDP
  • Police arrest singer Tiwa Savage for alleged assault
  • Don’t leave politics to evil men – Obasanjo tells Christians
  • Ike Uche lacks discipline – Keshi
  • Jonathan didn’t sign agreement for one-term – PDP
  • APC states will attend National Conference – Fayemi
  • Odi chiefs deny working against Jonathan’s ambition
  • APC will announce registration figure next week
  • I’ll not choose my successor – Amaechi
  • Security problems could have been worse without prayers – Jonathan
  • Boko Haram murders 104 in fresh attack
  • Orubebe joins Delta governorship race
  • Nigerians, U.S meet today over 2015 election
  • Party defection, sign of corrupt society – Cleric
  • Yoruba people allege marginalization in Kwara
  • Nigeria spends N1.2 trillion on vehicle imports
  • FG under pressure to reopen negotiation with Boko Haram
  • Okogie warns corrupt leaders
  • With 158 killed, FG sends more troops to tackle Boko Haram
  • Panic gripes marketers over NNPC kerosene allocation
  • Falana: National Assembly cannot investigate missing funds
  • ICPC seizes 372 international passports
  • 2015 Elections: No position is worth dying for, Uduaghan
  • NCC auctions 2.3GHz spectrum on Wednesday, assures bidders of transparency
  • FG, states losing N100 billion annually to fake borehole drillers
  • Group advises FG against ban on imported fish
  • UBTH records another breakthrough in sickle cell anemia
  • Tinubu-  Why we formed APC
  • 1,000 APC, CP members defect to PDP in Ogun
  • 2015: Northern groups threatens to dump Jonathan campaign
  • Nigeria’s External Reserves shed $1.598 billion in six weeks
  • Kollington Ayinla, Salawa Abeni welcome grandchild
  • Telecoms companies intensify lobby to stop ban on SIM sale

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