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Today’s major headlines (Monday, July 6, 2015)

  • Groups seek end to N’Assembly crises
  • Protect Ladipo Market traders, Lagos Rep tells Ambode
  • Ikorodu bank robbers arrested
  • Siasia to contest Bayelsa gov
  • EFCC summons 120 Ogun teachers over N200m loan
  • Obey party’s directive, Gbajabiamila tells Dogara
  • Police to quiz Ekweremadu over ‘forged’ Senate rules
  • APC tasks new INEC boss on electoral reforms
  • A’Ibom elders ask gov to curb cultism
  • S’Court affirms ex-employee’s life sentence for attempted murder
  • Ekweremadu disburses N23.5m scholarship grants to students
  • Tribunal: Melaye accuses Tinubu of backing Adeyemi at A’Court
  • Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities rejects NUC moves to stop staff schools’ funding
  • Kogi REC promises credible poll
  • Suicide bomber kills six inside Redeemed church
  • South-East govs reject Boko Haram detainees in Anambra
  • Ondo 2016: Tussle over Mimiko’s job
  • Celestial Church crisis’ll be over soon —Olatosho
  • APC, PDP trade barbs over plot to arrest Ekweremadu
  • CBN reads Riot Act to foreign currency traffickers
  • Why NERC withdrew financial support for NECAN
  • Debt Crisis: Greek voters reject bailout offer
  • Grave mistake Jonathan made in war against Boko Haram -Prof Ango Abdullahi
  • Suswam denies beating wife, arrest in London
  • Insurance operators bemoan high company income tax
  • USA thrash Japan to win Women’s World Cup


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