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

  • Jonathan has performed more than you and others, Presidency tells Obasanjo
  • Medical Guild alleges victimization over strike
  • Nigeria on the verge of chaos – Tukur
  • 2015: How Atiku’s running mate may emerge
  • B’Haram slits throats of some, tied hands and legs of others before throwing them into the lake’
  • Oshiomhole warns APC leaders against extortion of aspirants
  • I’m the right man for Eagles, says Keshi
  • Oil spill: Shell ordered to pay N75m compensation to impacted communities
  • FG to cut petrol subsidy by half in 2015
  • Securities and Exchange Commission urges shareholders to focus on long term investment
  • NSE index sheds 2.09% as 42 stocks fall
  • CBN to commence review of e-payment guidelines
  • VC: Why LASU seeks withdrawal of 19 doctoral certificates
  • INEC to engage Air Force, Navy for 2015 elections
  • Regulator reads Riot Act to dealers over unauthorised Forex sales
  • Why We Invaded APC Office In Lagos – SSS
  • Sultan decries blame game as Boko Haram kills 56 fishermen in Baga
  • Obanikoro, Lai Mohammed, Ogunlewe’s sons to contest Assembly seats
  • Jonathan supervises a corrupt govt, says Amaechi
  • Three killed, houses burnt in Ibadan mayhem




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