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Today’s major headlines (Saturday, April 19, 2014)

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  • Abuja bombing: Boko Haram leader claims responsibility
  • Government releases first, second quarter fuel allocation
  • How to end Boko Haram insurgency – Ex-IGP Aliyu Attah
  • Child trafficking: Police naps man, rescue 3 teenage girls
  • Gunmen invade Uniosun hostel, rape female students
  • Beware of politicians – CJN warns Court of Appeal’s president
  • Nyanya bombing: APC accuses Jonathan, PDP of making political gain out of nation’s woes
  •  Gen. Diya: Let’s probe Abiola’s death now
  • Easter: Patience Jonathan sues for peace
  • ‘I didn’t feel bad losing the Oscars –Chiwetel Ejiofor
  • Confab: Civil delegates fret over exclusion from desired committees
  • ‘Don’t import war to the West’ – APC tells Sambo
  • Sultan of Sokoto hints of plans to establish all women university
  • Borno: 14 more abducted girls found, 85 still missing
  • Pakistani president postpones visit to Nigeria
  • ‘Forget about governorship for now’ – Ameachi tells kinsmen
  • Rain paralyses business activities in Ibadan
  • NSCDC deploys 950 personnel to Jigawa
  • Jonathan: Terrorist won’t distract me from good governance
  • Missing plane: MH370 search should be completed in a week
  • Osun: Lawmakers, police officer clash inside police station
  • Power blackout imminent as NLC issues seven-day ultimatum
  • PDP urges citizens to pray for Nigeria
  • ‘I have my world cup team in my head’-  Keshi
  • APC governors set for meeting with Jonathan
  • War against terror: Police read Riot Act
  • NCC confiscates N20 million pirates goods, arrests 3
  • Terrorism: Obanikoro urges Nigerians to offer useful information
  • Shell manager, businessman lured, killed by internet ‘lovers’
  • Obama signs UN envoy visa ban law
  • Deadly metals in herbal gin lovers
  • Post Nyanya blasts: Abuja motor parks remain insecure
  • Okonkwo: APC, PDP must unite to crush Boko Haram
  • Toyota Nigeria to fix customers’ vehicles
  • Transcorp to raise $1 billion to build power plants
  • Pension: Ex-police officers commend Jonathan
  • Rights group demand justice for Ibori
  • Pope prays for ‘abandoned’ in Good Friday service

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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