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Today’s major headlines (Monday, February 24, 2014)


  • ‘Jonathan surrounded by incompetent people’- Sanusi
  • Tambuwal visits Obasanjo, faults Sanusi’s suspension
  • APC, ACF tackle FG over Sanusi’s suspension
  • Falana urges Fashola to reduce LASU fees
  • Morsi accused of leaking state secrets
  • CNN to end ‘Piers Morgan Live’
  • Ugandan President signs anti-gay bill today
  • CBN: Senate to screen Emefiele in March
  • Jonathan to attend churches outside Aso Rock
  • Salary: Airport  workers threaten strike
  • Niger Delta monarchs demand 25% derivation fund
  • Police killed my banker son – Mother
  • I have never thought of defecting to APC – Tambuwal
  • Nurses reschedule  strike for next week
  • NCC sanctions MTN, Glo, Airtel N647.5 m for poor service quality
  • PPPRA releases fuel report allocation to marketers
  • Nigeria’s unity must be negotiated – Akinriande, Opadokun insist
  • FG begins inspection of local automobile assembly plants
  • House set to probe production of substandard cement
  • Presidency media chat holds today
  • Jonathan: But for prayers, Nigeria would have been doomed
  • Crisis hits APC, as aggrieved members head for court
  • Stakeholders warn FG of artificial cement scarcity over ongoing standardization efforts
  • Leadership crisis, fraud rock Nigeria Labour Congress
  • Emergency rule: No plan to remove Borno governor – FG
  • Boko Haram sacks two villages in Borno
  • Woman kills lover over N50,000 deal in Ebonyi
  • Akpabio boasts on 2015, says PDP will win
  • Nigeria/Cameroun border shut in Adamawa
  • Ige’s son: Ministerial nominee has questions to answer on my father’s death
  • Court dismisses N7 billion suit against Mobil
  • 2015 elections: Emirs lobby lawmakers against Jonathan
  • FG engages 40 firms to import fuel
  • Eagle-eyed investors see opportunity amid Sanusi sell-off
  • Rise in packaged foods shoots up demand for plastic containers by 40%
  • Delta woos investors in move to grow state economy beyond oil
  • Nigerian shippers shut down as foreign players control 90% of business

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