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Today’s major headlines (Saturday, September 27, 2014)

  • 2015: Buhari, Atiku divide APC
  • Ekiti boils as hoodlums go on rampage
  • How Dimgba Igwe died –Eyewitness
  • Bishop David Oyedepo @ 60: I’m simply grateful to God
  • Jonathan must probe Oritsejafor over $9.3m -ACF
  • Why I’m out of 2015 race – Lamido
  • Money laundering: Court frees Lagos speaker, aid
  • Enugu guber: Nsukka zone picks Ugwuanyi as PDP zonal consensus candidate
  • Amosun’s deputy, NASS members set to dump APC
  • Keshi names Enyeama, Moses, 22 others for Sudan
  • Passion, key to succeeding in business –Nwosu, CEO, Eudoka’s Place
  • Rio 2016: NSC begins preparation with Commodore’s race
  • NDIC pays N9bn to 608,333 depositors
  • 10,000 rice bags seized as Customs uncovers warehouse in jungle
  • Ebola: IMF approves $130m for Guinea, others
  • Navy warns ratings against indiscipline, mutiny
  • Ebola deaths in West Africa hit 3,000 -WHO
  • Chelsea Clinton gives birth to girl
  • Chibok community to identify girl abandoned by Boko Haram
  • Google urged to change privacy rules
  • Ebola: World Bank warns Nigeria against complacency
  • Airlines cleared for mobile phone use during flights
  • Ekiti violence regrettable, unfortunate –Elders
  • Oyedepo is Bible’s living proof –Jimoh Ibrahim
  • University Press Plc  holds AGM as asset increases
  • FRC asks agencies to remit operating surplus
  • General Electric donates N320m to fight Ebola
  • Buhari to declare presidential ambition Oct. 8
  • Airtel extends rural ICT awareness to S’ West
  • Catholic denies condemning Oritsejafor over $9.3m arms deal
  • Probe Synagogue building collapse, NLC tells FG
  • Synagogue: Lagos calls victims’ relatives to identify corpses
  • Unity schools strike to continue –Union
  • Trailer driver decapitated in Lagos accident
  • Jonathan congratulates Oyedepo at 60
  • Lagos teaching hospital bags ISO certificate
  • Dirty tricks petrol stations, attendants use to cheat customers
  • Fayemi imposes curfew on Ekiti
  • Synagogue: Nigerian, Togolese, Beninoise victims still missing
  • Building collapse: Police may prosecute T.B. Joshua
  • 2015: Mass defection looms in Ogun APC
  • Court dismisses N600m money laundering case against Ikuforiji
  • Range Rover Evoque SW1 celebrates England
  • CVL commence local ATF, brake fluid production
  • Nigerian immigrants stir life into São Paulo’s Galeria Presidente
  • Clark Urges PDP to ignore petitions against Jonathan’s endorsement
  • CSR: Innoson donates building to UNN
  • NDIC Mulls Insurance cover for mobile payment subscribers
  • Court stops SON from implementing cement standards

 

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