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Today’s major headlines (Saturday, February 22, 2014)

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  • Court restrains security agencies from arresting Sanusi
  • Bayelsa Assembly, community kick against sale of Shell’s pipeline
  • The Chelsea fan who would be CBN governor
  • Again, Supreme Court affirms Wada’s victory
  • Alade: No plan to devalue currency
  • FG assures of crude oil exploration in Chad basin
  • At last, Fashola orders resumption of LASU students
  • Barbing, hair dressing now compulsory in WAEC, NECO
  • CBN stinks as FRC open lid on financial malpractices, corruption
  • South East PDP welcomes Jonathan to Owerri
  • Renewed Tiv/Fulani crisis claims 35 lives
  • Diezani Alison Madueke should also be fired –APC senators
  • Court sentences Arowolo to death for killing banker wife
  • Centenary celebrations: FG assures on readiness
  • Chelsea extends lead at the top
  • I will work for unity of Nigeria -Tambuwal
  • Clergies condemn ritual killing, sale of human parts in Nigeria
  • Kano Emirate Council pick holes in Sanusi’s suspension
  • Pastor’s wife murdered for refusing to be raped in Akure
  • Aregbesola bombs Omisore
  • Ghana’s Valentine mass wedding
  • CBN: NGF set to tackle Jonathan
  • How Jonathan secured PDP governors’ support
  • Basketmouth breaks continental record with Opel Insignia
  • Communities donate 1,500 hectares of land for Abia airport
  • Mexico to overtake Japan in auto export ranking
  • Obama’s meeting with Dalai Lana irks China
  • Osun plans house to house immunization
  • Italy to swear in new Prime Minister, Renzi
  • Komla Dumo: Ghana’s funeral begins for BBC presenter
  • US state, Arizona, passes anti-gay bill
  • Pope to appoint new Cardinals in Rome
  • Boko Haram: outdated weapons hinder military operations
  • Sunshine Stars in auto crash
  • Decomposed body of kidnapped ex-Super Eagles’ father found in Anambra
  • I might remarry if…-Nollywood actress Doris Simeon
  • Sanusi challenges Presidency on intervention projects
  • Boko Haram: Fresh attack causes tension in military
  • Amaechi will be arrested after his tenure -Wike
  • Nurses may suspend planned strike
  • House leadership change: Abuja court fixes March 25 for judgement
  • Buyers of Enterprise Bank to emerge in May
  • Nigeria’s first green building promises tenants 20 per cent cut in energy cost

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