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Today’s major headlines (Monday, March 10, 2014)

 

  • Boko Haram: Chief of Army Staff relocates to North East
  • Bury my books with me –  dead OAU student
  • Woman accuses Onyeka Onwenu of assault, petitions NHRC
  • PDP can’t win in Rivers, Amaechi tells Jonathan
  • Police nab trader for having 25 bank accounts
  • Pistorious guard defends testimony
  • Mexico kills drug lord thought dead three years
  • North Korea poll: No votes cast against Jim Jong – Un
  • Two days later, Malaysia airliner still missing
  • JFT destroyed 308 illegal refineries
  • 40 ships, 34 aircraft search for missing plane
  • Nigerian youths need re-positioning  – Kumuyi
  • NANS urges Fashola to reduce LASU tuition
  • Bola Ige’s ghost will haunt killers – Son
  • Scarcity: Petroleum minister accuses marketers of diversion
  • Terrorism: Jonathan confident of surmounting challenges
  • Senate set to review progress on 2014 budget
  • For Jonathan, 2015 is not negotiable, says South South elders
  • Orji emerges South East Governors’ chairman as Obi steps down
  • Forget Kwara in 2015, APC tells Jonathan
  • Bayelsa asks EFCC to remit N1.4 billion seized from Alamieyesiegha
  • Nyako dragged to court over N43  billion credit facilities
  • Report ranks Nigeria with lowest respect for rule of law
  • Akure: Six princes file application for Deji stool
  • Court sacks Monarch in Ondo State after 12 years on the throne
  • Stop bemoaning our exit, fix PDP, Nigeria’s problems – 5 APC governors reply Jonathan
  • Mikel: Eagles will shine in Brazil
  • APC road map will lead to perdition –PDP
  • IG orders probe of Enugu Govt. House invasion by armed men
  • Bauchi police arrest 3 for raping, plucking out women’s eyes
  • Shot Osun PDP member dies
  • Tambuwal to join Presidential race
  • Petrol imports deplete reserves by $3 billion
  • UI researchers identifty top ATM fraudsters
  • Bureau de Change staff, wife nabbed for stealing $50,000

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