Today’s major headlines (Saturday, March 7, 2014)


  • Ado Bayero Buried
  • Military, SSS seize, destroy newspapers
  • We acted on intelligence, says DHQ
  • 52 Terrorists Killed As Military, Gunmen Clash In Borno
  • Nigeria-US Step Up Collaborative Efforts On Insurgency
  • Dora Akunyili, former NAFDAC DG dies at 59
  • 20 Years Of World Cup Crises
  • FG bloated recurrent expenditure unacceptable – Onyekpere
  • Tributes flow as Ado Bayero bows out
  • Our military can’t move faster than they have done – Chuku Wachuku
  • UNIDO, German firms partner to reduce food losses in Nigeria
  • World Cup: Fans rate Supers Eagles’ strikers average
  • Forced labour generates US$ 150 billion profit annually-ILO
  • Bayero’s final resting place: A mausoleum for kings
  • His likely successor
  • Life and times of a great ruler
  • Nsukka protests missing voters register
  • Rivers knocks NJC over appointment of CJ
  • N9.2bn Debt: Court rejects application to freeze Offor’s account
  • FG grants Police Self-Accounting Status
  • Governors’ speak on planned life out of office
  • Group urges Northern leaders Boko Haram drop their weapons
  • World Bank budgets N94.5bn for erosion control in Anambra
  • Police arrest seven-man kidnap gang
  • Kenya Airways commences direct flight services to Abuja
  • Chime approves N3bn for ICT in new secretariat
  • NGF Crisis: Amaechi calls for reconciliation
  • Ekweremadu’s Succour for Education in Enugu
  • Sanusi and his missing $20bn charade
  • Controversial politician, Ibrahim Mantu stages a comeback
  • Africa Urged to Link Air, Land and Water Transport
  • Sanusi allegations and damage done to Nigerian economy
  • Stars to Light Up Brazil 2014
  • TAN winners hail government support for Eagles
  • Ex-CBN Governor Lamido Sanusi, 29 others jostle for Emir of Kano stool
  • Chibok girls: We’ll not relent, says military
  • UNILAG bows to protesting students
  • He’ll always be remembered, says Jonathan
  • Kogi Speaker’s children released 53 days after kidnap
  • Gunmen kill Kwara LG official, injure others
  • Police caution media on reporting national security issues
  • Four dead in Gwari, Fulani clash
  • CBN won’t cut rates until after 2015 polls
  • CBN disburses N232 billion from Power, Aviation Intervention Fund
  • Nigeria expected to advance but have enigmatic air
  • Ekiti guber: Reps Leader rallies women’s support for Fayose
  • Awo Foundation expresses shock at Bayero’s death
  • Court adjourns Ajudua’s trial till Sept 21
  • Chibok girls: Harry Akande suggests negotiation
  • I’ve a mission to develop over 20m leaders worldwide –Professor Vincent Anigbogu
  • APC convention: APC power blocs back Sylva
  • It’s nonsense blaming North for Boko Haram–Ndume

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