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Today’s major headlines (Saturday, April 5, 2014)

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  • Gunmen attack two villages in Zamfara 
  • FRCN vs Sanusi: Court orders parties to maintain status quo 
  • Kidnap of Clark’s son carried out by his kinsmen -Police 
  • Heavy security in Yenagoa ahead of Jonathan daughter’s wedding 
  • Police confirm release of kidnapped Bauchi businessman 
  • SSS intervenes in IPMAN leadership crisis 
  • Police arraign househelp for beheading magistrate 
  • Chelsea can still win title, says Mourinho 
  • Power projects: FG gives 60 days ultimatum to contractors 
  • Police uncover baby factory in Asaba 
  • It’s official tomorrow: Nigeria’s economy, Africa’s biggest 
  • FG, 37 lawmakers appeal court decisions 
  • Cattle breeders accuse soldiers of burning 37 settlements, carting away 137 cows, sheep 
  • Omokore debunks suffering stroke 
  • Kidnappers of E. K. Clark’s son demand N50 million 
  • Police deploy 3,000 men for Ondo bye-election 
  • Governorship aspirant lament dearth of industries in Rivers State 
  • Adeleke withdraws from PDP primaries 
  • NUPENG urges Nigerians to disregard IPMAN strike threat 
  • Airport infrastructure still below global standard 
  • 70 year-old man dies in hotel romp 
  • NECO releases 2013 Nov/Dec. examination results 
  • 10 Nigerians hospitalized in South Africa after gang attack 
  • Only the naïve expects Presidency to probe Diezani 
  • LASAA’s moves threaten N80 billion billboard business in Lagos 
  • My women: The lies, the truth -2Face 
  • Constitution amendment: Delegates back plan to empower Jonathan 
  • Roads blocked, markets shut as Jonathan’s daughter weds 
  • Malaysia plane: Search ship picks up signal 
  • Brazil troops in Rio shun operation before World Cup 
  • NUPENG reopens NIPCO 
  • Ferguson takes Harvard teaching role 
  • Mafia boss rearrested by Police 
  • ‘God can still give me another wife’ –Ebenezer Obey 
  • Insurgency: DHQ faults report on human rights abuse 
  • NHRC investigates use of chemical weapons in Benue 
  • Ajimobi, Okorocha convoys foil bloody clash in Ibadan 
  • ‘Ondo bye election crucial to Jonathan’ -Obanikoro 
  • Man, 44, dies during marathon sex in Edo

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