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Today’s major headlines (Saturday, March 15, 2014)

  • 207 suspected terrorists killed as Boko Haram battle military in Maiduguri
  • Missing $20 billion: 96 anti-corruption groups, CSO, embark on forensic audit
  • Ribadu preaches less purchase of private jets, beautiful govt. houses, cars
  • Anti-gay law: Why we won’t sanction Nigeria – UN
  • Immigrations aptitude test holds today
  •  Jang in moves to transfer power to younger generation
  • Force will be applied to dislodge Fulani herdsmen from Benue –  Police
  • Mother, three children die after eating amala
  • CONFAB: Delegates yet to get letters, briefs
  • Stress, longer period in traffic increase heart diseases – Ihejieto
  • Aggrieved workers chase out council boss from office
  • Why I stole my boss’ Honda SUV –Suspect
  • Police blockade Kalu’s Abia home
  • We’ll pay dearly if Confab fails – Eleazu
  • Jonathan seeks co-operation from Nigeria’s neighbours
  •  Peter Orji journeys out of Govt. House happy and honoured
  • Aganga: new auto policy did not ban tokunbo cars
  • FG extends concession of Tin Can Island ports by 5 years
  • ASUP decries insecurity, lingering fuel scarcity
  • Gusau: Northern elders demand probe of insubordination
  • Court frees ex-House panel chair on Capital Market probe
  • I acted right, says Oduah in valedictory speech
  • Boko Haram: 500,000 Nigerians displaced, says UN High Commissioner
  • Police re-arraign former Gulf Bank MD, others for alleged N12.5 billion fraud
  • But for Yar’Adua I might have remained Bayelsa governor, says Jonathan
  • Jonathan can’t allow Obasanjo rule from Ota – Edwin Clark
  • 33 aspirants jostle for PDP governorship ticket in Benue
  • Pakistan rape victim sets self ablaze
  • Missing Malaysian plane’s flight systems were disabled – officials
  • Crisis in east Ukraine ahead of Crimea vote
  • Facebook boss Zuckerberg calls Obama to complain about NSA
  • Mismanagement cripples Lagos Bus Franchise Scheme – Investigation
  • No employee earns N15,000 in our factory – Alibert boss
  • YABATECH students protest against ASUP strike
  • CBN issues deadline on anti-fraud ATM devices
  • Confab: FG in last minute preparations for Monday inauguration
  • Defection: My life, my job not under threat – Sokoto deputy governor
  • I have a calling to win souls for God – Armed robber
  • GTBank to pay N1.45 as dividend as after profit rises
  • Petroleum product marketing companies’ revenue fall by N53 billion in 9 months of 2013
  • Tobacco farmers’ sales hit N680 million in 2013

 

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