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  • Patience Jonathan Praises Husband’s ‘Historic Reform’
  • Ekiti debt profile worrisome — Fayose
  • No plan to impeach Oyo Speaker — PDP lawmaker
  • Di Maria could cost Manchester United €188m
  • Reports on Ebola will scare away investors — LCCI
  • Ebola in Rivers, ECOWAS Official May Face Manslaughter Charges
  • Crazy Bill: Kogi House of Assembly Summons PHCN Manager
  • I’ve Eliminated Thuggery in Kogi State, Says Wada
  • Charismatic Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, Wife in Messy Divorce
  • FG Reinstates Sacked Doctors, Lifts Suspension on Residency Training Programme
  • Dana Motors Revamps, Expands Victoria Island Showroom
  • Former Governor Sylva’s Octogenarian Uncle Dies in Kidnappers’ Den
  • Fani-Kayode: Australian Negotiator’s Allegations against Ihejirika Despicable
  • Military Competent, But Needs Strong Political Backing, Says AVM Audu-Bida
  • ‘Presidency Induced Sokoto Assembly Members to Impeach Me’
  • ‘Ikimi’s Resignation Will not Affect APC’s Victory in S/South’
  • Nigeria Made Nissan Patrol Charts New Course in Upscale Market
  • Award-Winning Range Rover Evoque Leads with Technology
  • Dideolu Falobi: Food And Sex? There’s Much More To My Sweet Marriage
  • We Are Cleaning The Mess in LASU And Repositioning It, Says John Obafunwa, Vice Chancellor
  • Nine injured as APC lawmakers clash in Ibadan
  • FG wades into Kogi, Anambra bloody clashes
  • Boko Haram turns Police college to training camp –Survivor
  • Lack of political will threatens anti-terrorist campaign –Audu-Bida
  • Police commission promotes Ogunshakin, Tanko, others
  • Oyakhilome’s wife, Anita, files for divorce
  • Adamawa: How Jonathan, Mu’azu saved Ribadu
  • Nicotiana: Plant used to make Ebola drug, ZMapp
  • People should learn from my past marriage –Saidi
  • Oyinlola’s kinsmen tackle Omisore over sponsorship claims
  • Late doctor knew diplomat had Ebola virus –Rivers
  • Aide in court for defrauding Danjuma of N2bn
  • Coup attempt in Lesotho as soldiers seize key buildings
  • 2015: PDP considers automatic ticket for Jonathan
  • FIFA axe dangles over Nigeria again: Insists on September elections
  • Politicians in season of defection for 2015
  • Juju in boxing has not worked against me – Isaac Ekpo
  • We lost nine sisters, farmlands to Chibok attacks –Victims of B’Haram insurgency
  • How Nigerians risk death by putting their hopes in roadside ‘pharmacists’
  • Many Nigerian teachers are incompetent–WAEC Head of National Office, Eguridu
  • Poor power supply makes imported drugs cheaper than local ones –Ola Ijimakin
  • My friends taught me because I couldn’t go to school –Oga Bello
  • WWE star, Bryan, arrests burglar with chokehold
  • Old Oyo Park: Where history blends with nature
  • Life After Omoladun: Baba Suwe finds love again; to remarry soon
  • Ikimi and Tinubu: An Acrimonious divorce
  • Another MASSOB bloodshed imminent in Owerri toady
  • Sex, better form of exercise than jogging –Study
  • Failure to punish impunity responsible for terrorism –Fayemi
  • Ebola in PH: Why did Dr Enemuo treat diplomat in hotel?
  • I’m one of world’s best at number 10 – Ozil
  • FIFA nullifies Giwa’s election
  • FIFA threaten to ban Nigeria, warns Giwa to stop parading self as NFF
  • Life After Omoladun: Baba Suwe finds love again; to remarry soon
  • I never insured my boobs for $1.6m –Cossy Orjiakor
  • PSC promotes 2 AIGs, 37 police commissioners
  • My plan to transform Adamawa – Marwa
  • Borno, Ogun set for 2014 hajj operations
  • Health Workers Want EFCC, ICPC To Probe Health Sector
  • Ebola: Experimental drug ZMapp is ‘100% effective’ in animal trials
  • Iran sanctions: US targets firms over nuclear links
  • Ex-US Navy officer who spied for Soviets dies in prison

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