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Today’s major headlines (Monday, March 24, 2014)

  • Ibadan horror: victims recount ordeal in forest
  • PDP can’t win with Fayose, aspirants tell party
  • Boko Haram bombs market, kills 29 in Borno
  • Flight 370: Chinese plane reports ‘suspicious objects’
  • Jonathan must run in 2015, Bayelsa indigenes insist
  • Linking APC with terrorism is diversionary –El-Rufai
  • Confab may withdraw accreditation from unfriendly media
  • ‘PDP has 11 more months in Aso Rock’
  • Fayemi’s second-term bid, attempt to loot Ekiti -Bamidele
  • Dickson seeks unity among ethnic nationalities
  • MOSOP denies endorsing Wike for governor
  • Lagos plans job options in entertainment, sport
  • FRS invites Sanusi, Alade, Moghalu, Akingbola, 11 others for questioning
  • Gunmen attack churches in Jos
  • NLC urges FG to probe Alison Madueke, others for financial recklessness
  • Controversy trails Conference allowance as N1.4 million is paid per delegate
  • Obasanjo’s loyalists return to PDP
  • Confusion trails Nasarawa Council polls
  • Tinubu: Religious politics is dangerous for our democracy
  • Nigeria may lose Category One status in aviation, stakeholders warn
  • CBN targets 6 per cent inflation rate
  • UN raises concern over increased electricity tariff
  • FCMB commits $400 million to power sector
  • Investors advised to take advantage of low share prices
  • Australia spots two new objects in missing plane search
  • Remove subsidy on petroleum products, marketers tell FG
  • ‘I see Wizkid poisoned, Davido in fatal accident,’ says Soul E Baba
  • Obanikoro bemoans marginalization of Lagos indigenes
  • Delegates get N668 million as conference plenary begins
  • Fulani herdsmen kill 25 in Benue village attack
  • Niger evicts 200 herdsmen
  • Police Special Fraud Unit recovers N6.45 billion in two years, says Ogunsakin
  • Three die as cholera ravages Bauchi
  • Gbenga Daniel denies calling Adeleke on behalf of Jonathan
  • Nigerian stocks experiencing worst sell-off since 2009
  • Respite for naira as MPC meets today to curb forex demand

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