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Today’s major headlines (Monday, March 3, 2014)

 

  • ‘I shunned Nigeria’s centenary to pay back Jonathan’ – Amaechi
  • Robbers attack church, kill two policemen in Ibadan
  • ASUU to clash with Jonathan
  • Nigeria’s Chiwetel Ejiofor loses Best Actor Award at Oscars
    … Gravity, 12 Years a Slave share Academy spoils
  • PM says Ukraine in the brink of disaster
  • Obama, Putin clash over Ukraine
  • UN warns of food crisis in Central African Republic
  • Cholera kills 10 in Bauchi
  • PDP steps up effort to capture South West
  • NBA, Sagay back US, say graft thrives in Nigeria
  • Boko Haram destroys Borno village, kills 39
  • FG justifies Nigeria’s Centenary celebrations
  • Anglican Church members take anti-homosexuality oath
  • Mark seeks tougher measures against kidnappers
  • ‘I see a new Nigeria filled with love’ – Jonathan
  • Fuel scarcity worsens in Lagos
  • Stop your voodoo polling, Presidency tells APC
  • Govt alone can’t fund varsities – Jonathan
  • Confab: ‘There is nothing to talk about’ – Kukah
  • ‘Sanusi must be probed by ICPC, EFCC’ – Kashamu
  • Afenifere leaders endorse Adeyeye for Ekiti governorship
  • Dead bodies litter Borno
  • No plan to ban Okada in Oyo – Ajimobi
  • Mu’azu begs Obasanjo
  • ‘We’ve more opportunities than challenges’ – Jonathan
  • Budget office has highest number of ghost workers
  • Auditor-General: Constitution bars us from auditing NNPC
  • APC claims lead over PDP in public opinion poll
  • Electricity consumers groan under  estimated bills
  • CBN introduces uniform account opening form for customers
  • Lafarge invests €1 billion in cement production
  • House postpones hearing on state of the economy
  • Army reviews curfew imposed on Yola
  • Maiduguri explosions: Military arrests ‘mastermind’, 30 others
  • Reps resume hearing on kerosene subsidy
  • Kanu Nwankwo undergoes heart surgery in US
  • Court reinstates dismissed military officers, 17 years after

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