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Today’s major headlines (Monday, June 16, 2014)

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  • Govt may split NNPC ahead of PIB’s passage
  • Doctors threaten nationwide strike on July 1
  • Nigerian women in diaspora rally for kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls
  • Confab panel wants two years validity for UTME results
  • Black race has lost a gem in Kefee, says Uduaghan
  • Nude Photos: We are not talking to the press again— Croatia players
  • Obasanjo was a school dropout, Kashamu tells court
  • I miss my mother dearly – Tinubu
  • We won’t look back until Nigeria is rescued from rapacious cabal – APC
  • 15 killed in fresh Borno village market attack
  • Police uncover bombs in Owerri church
  • KPMG: PPP model has mixed results within the continent
  • 6 killed as NDLEA, drug peddlers clash in Ogun
  • Petrol station workers threaten strike over condition of service
  • Messi off the mark as Argentina win World Cup opener
  • Nigeria guns for first win in 16 years
  • Kwankwaso goes for Jonathan’s job
  • Bomb explosion averted in church
  • I’ll persuade Jonathan to contest in 2015 –Alamieyeseigha
  • Ekiti guber: Why we endorsed Fayemi -NLC president
  • Medical council suspends surgeon for misconduct
  • UNICEF tasks Nigeria on child safety in North-East
  • Ebonyi partners World Bank on flood, gully erosion
  • NJC investigates Taraba Chief Judge over alleged abuse of office
  • Kwara, FG, foreign firms to boost power supply
  • Boko Haram displaced 6,227 in Borno – NEMA
  • Presidency, police to clamp down on our leaders –APC
  • ASUU says FG clampdown on media insensitive
  • Imo: Panic as police uncover bombs in Winners Chapel
  • Regionalism, no longer a viable option –Bode George
  • Missing $20bn: Group wants Diezani sacked
  • Expose B’Haram collaborators, Ijaw youths tell Army
  • ALGON mourns Ado Bayero, Akunyili
  • Lagos alerts residents to more downpour, urges calm
  • Civil service’s not a gambling arena –LASG
  • Okorocha wants monarch recalled from Confab
  • Taraba ex-commissioners petition NJC
  • Activist carpets Dickson on AMAA
  • Obasanjo, Kashamu in war of words over N2.1bn suit
  • ACF youths knock northern delegates for opposing federalism
  • APC promises to fight corruption, joblessness
  • Delegates fault Obasanjo’s privatisation programme
  • Nigeria drug makers’ costs surge on upgrades to boost margins
  • Forte, Skye, Cadbury returns highest among large-cap stocks in 5 months
  • GSK declares N1.2bn dividend… as Onuzo emerges new board chairman
  • Fidelity Bank promises lower interest on N600m loan to Aba SMEs
  • Total unveils solar-powered service station in Nigeria, first in West Africa
  • Currency-in-circulation falls by 11.4% in First Quarter
  • Mobile payment transaction hits N271billion
  • Banks credit to FG drops by 20.9%
  • Osun CAN harps on prayer over forthcoming guber poll
  • Unclaimed dividends reducing, hit N50.94b in 2013 – Registrars
  • Fuel scarcity looms as independent marketers in NUPENG threaten strike
  • Ondo generates N6bn as IGR in five months
  • CBN urged to upgrade information security standard
  • Analysts seek improved access to long-term capital
  • Three Nigerian banks win error-free processing award
  • Afriland Properties records N595m income, pays N100m dividend
  • Tin Can customs records N53bn revenue in two months

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