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Today’s major headlines (Monday, June 23, 2014)

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  • How Fayose took Ekiti from Fayemi
  • Boko Haram kills 40 in fresh Borno villages attack
  • lame Boko Haram insurgency on Northern religious institutions —CAN
  • Ekiti election: Why I won— Fayose
  • Alleged plot to impeach Amaechi laughable —Rivers APC
  • ICAN should have been part of talks on missing oil money —Ajaegbu
  • Jonathan’s re-election remains unassailable — Akin Osuntokun
  • FG threatens to revoke idle coal bloc licences
  • Delegates bicker over arrest of 486 Boko Haram suspects
  • I accept the will of Ekiti people –Fayemi
  • 2015: I’ve convinced Buhari to run –El-Rufai
  • Jonathan, Govs, Kalu, others congratulate Fayose
  • Mrs. Feyisetan Fayose: The woman who saw tomorrow
  • Anambra is positioned to lead South-East –Okonkwo
  • Double tragedy: Man drowns while excavating sand
  • Religious leaders in Ilorin emirate endorse Saraki as political leader
  • Ajimobi weeps as Sambo, Sultan, others pay tributes to Arisekola-Alao
  • Elechi revokes chieftaincy titles of senator, ex-deputy speaker in Ebonyi
  • EFCC detains Adamawa SSG, commissioner, AG
  • Why I run a transparent govt –Dickson
  • Speakers task National Assembly on financial freedom
  • We’ve remained ahead of fraudsters – Oduoza, UBA boss
  • Enyeama in contention for best Keeper award
  • Nigeria bleeding, as cybercrime loss hits N641bn
  • FG, NASS ‘clash’ over Ports & Habour Bill
  • Lagos urges councils to mobilise residents for exercises
  • State pardon fuels corruption, says El-Rufai
  • I have nothing to fear –Adamawa deputy gov
  • NAFDAC to shut open-market pharmacies
  • Ekiti: Jonathan can lose re-election, Saraki says
  • World Bank okays $495.3m for northern farmers
  • Stop beating electricity workers, BPE tells military
  • Delegates okay life imprisonment for rapists
  • B’Haram has killed 14 district heads – Shehu of Borno
  • Edo unions protest appointment of provosts from universities
  • Killings: NHRC to avoid Oputa panel’s shortcomings
  • Fayemi, APC concede defeat
  • LASG to screen commercial vehicles from July 1
  • Sambo, Tukur, others visit Arisekola’s family
  • Osun poll: Oyegun, Tinubu meet Oyinlola
  • Baraje urges speedy freedom for Chibok girls
  • Terrorism: Security agencies intensify surveillance in S’East
  • Don’t scuttle 2015 polls, Jonathan urges Nigerians
  • SSANU warns confab against scrapping councils
  • Delay on East-West Road worries motorists
  • Fayose’s victory, voice of Ekiti – Omisore
  • World Cup: Super Eagles will qualify for next round – Jonathan
  • Nigeria secures World Bank’s N79.2b grant for agric projects
  • CIIN President sets agenda to strengthen industry
  • NSE ASI down 0.93% WoW as bears emerge
  • Inflation rate: Odds favour upward movement in Q3
  • Minister welcomes made-in-Nigeria goods
  • Questions over Nigeria’s use of middlemen to market crude
  • Spotlight on Nigeria’s aluminium sector
  • Nigeria consumer demand pick-up boosts corporate earnings
  • Wapic Insurance shows transformation for sustainable growth
  • Nigeria Ropes Q1 2014 revenue surges by 69.36%
  • BATNF expends N60m on Ogun projects
  • NCC may sanction MTN for telecoms violations
  • Obiano backs SON on cement standardisation
  • ConocoPhillips’ acquisition
  • NSE delists Daar, Starcomms, JIB, 17 others
  • Dangote dismisses fear of job losses on account of cement standardisation
  • NPA begins ISPS Code implementation at the ports

 

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