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Today’s major headlines (Monday, October 13, 2014)

  • Oscar Pistorius’ sentencing to begin
  • Soldiers raid Abuja black spot, kill two
  • Amosun’s convoy involved in crash, aides injured
  • Hearing begins on ex-MINT boss extradition case today
  • Edo crisis: Police to arraign 12 suspects next week
  • Ekiti CJ to brief NJC on crisis today
  • Ogun tackles ex-appointees over severance allowance
  • Maku quits Jonathan’s cabinet October 20
  • Three injured in UNILAG fire
  • Amaechi, Wike clash over monorail project
  • Report reckless drivers to us, LAGBUS tells Lagosians
  • LASG to empower 3,000 farmers
  • Ex-minister warns elders against self-perpetuation in office
  • Former minister seeks independent councils
  • Buhari to declare bid for APC ticket Wednesday
  • We’ve too many indigent patients –University Teaching Hospital, Ibadan
  • Institute to promote study in disease prevention, cure
  • Group raises funds for humanitarian, community projects
  • Falana faults FG’s threat to sanction S’African firms
  • Mutiny: Three soldiers appeal against death penalty
  • McCain urges ground troops to defeat ISIS
  • Japan prepares for powerful typhoon
  • 11 killed, others injured in Ibadan market fire
  • NIPOST decries default in payment for mail bags
  • Ex-NBA President, Wali, kidnapped in Port Harcourt
  • I have no grudge against anyone in PDP –Obasanjo
  • 850 soldiers returning from Liberia to be quarantined
  • Fayemi’s loss a mystery, says Soyinka
  • Soldiers raid Abuja black spot, kill two
  • 2015 Presidency: Buhari declares Wednesday
  • PIB: Oil communities to share $600m annually
  • orld Bank partners WTO to enhance trade in developing countries
  • Pay TV: Nigerians agitate for pay per view
  • NIPOST seizes over N13bn fake currencies in 9 months
  • AFCON 2015: No panic, says Pinnick
  • Sack Keshi now – Lawal
  • Nigeria won’t borrow from IMF, World Bank –Okonjo-Iweala
  • N7bn tax evasion: Petitioner tackles Shell, EFCC
  • 2015: Saraki shelves presidential ambition
  • Swiss firms demand forensic audit on change of ownership of Union Bank
  • British Court blocks shell agreement on Rivers community
  • Investors reap returns above 50 percent in six stocks
  • FG to place order for more locomotives
  • Juwah seeks participation of more Nigerian companies in telecomm market
  • Ecobank Nigeria, others partner UK export finance
  • NSE Index Declines 1.6 percent as bears depress markets
  • NLC Demands review of Minimum Wage
  • $9.3m Arms Deal: Presidency clears Oritsejafor
  • Kirikiri Riot: Death toll allegedly hits five

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