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Today’s major headlines (Monday, June 30, 2014)

  • 48 feared killed in attack on churches near Chibok
  • New era in broadcasting begins, Jos goes digital Monday
  • Lagos CJ, Agbakoba, Clarke lament decline in quality of lawyers as Law School ’74 set celebrates 40th anniversary
  • Why Nigeria cannot survive another four years of PDP rule, by Odigie-Oyegun
  • Britain must work with Juncker: Cameron
  • 2015: Nigerians must defend, protect democracy — Prof Alkali
  • INSURGENCY: Enugu Churches screen worshippers
  • Boko Haram razes Police station, houses in fresh Borno attack
  • Mixed reactions trail FG’s release of 200bn capital votes
  • We are answerable to God if we fail to provide leadership – Sultan
  • The example Obasanjo showed the world in peace making — Ita Giwa
  • Chibok girls: New York Post replies Jonathan
  • Jonathan condemns Bauchi, Kaduna attacks
  • Doctors begin indefinite strike July 1 — NMA President
  • Confab monetises lunch to observe Ramadan
  • Police kill kidnap kingpin in Aba
  • Ekiti phobia: Contenders dispatch prayer warriors to S’Arabia
  • Ekiti poll: Why APC should allow peace to reign
  • 2015: I’ll return to complete my tenure –Ohakim
  • Edo lawmakers must obey the law, says Oshiomhole
  • Woman dies helping boy to cross road in C’River
  • W’Cup: France bans foreign flags before Algeria match
  • Jonathan deplores attacks on churches near Chibok
  • NCC destroys illegal broadcast equipment in Enugu
  • Bayelsa moves to save Ijaw dialects from extinction
  • Abuja tricycle operators begin biometrics registration
  • Group wants FG to implement UNEP report on Ogoniland
  • Cynthia Osokogu: Court admits video as evidence
  • Funsho Williams: Court frees suspects
  • Three NDU students feared killed as rival cultists clash
  • Boko Haram not representing Muslims -Oloyede
  • Nigeria, Mauritania jostle for top ITU seat
  • Doctors to begin indefinite strike July 1
  • Rainstorm destroys 60 buildings in Calabar – SEMA
  • UNEP report: Group seeks UN, AU intervention
  • Ajudua lawyer’s absence stalls $5.9m fraud trial
  • Adamawa trains 150 women in bakery business
  • NUT advocates reintroduction of moral instruction in schools
  • AFC grows balance sheet 13 percent to $1.9bn
  • Foreign reserves rise marginally to $37.26 billion by June 26
  • Hitachi Data Systems launches new technology in Nigeria
  • Facebook scores record 1 billion interactions for World Cup
  • Growth in Africa outperforms SWIFT’s global growth
  • FG targets 35 percent reduction in fish importation annually
  • Nigeria Business News
  • Indigenous firms get N5.6bn oil contracts
  • Loan growth in Nigeria is muted, says Chike-Obi
  • I remain a cornerstone of PDP, Says Oyinlola
  • Presidency directs NERC to resolve geometric, interstate dispute
  • Electoral Commissioner: Ekiti poll raises confidence of Nigerians in INEC’s ability to conduct free, fair elections

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