Today’s Major Headlines (Sunday, April 13, 2014)


  • 2015: Jonathan woos aggrieved APC leaders
  • Facebook marriages may not last – Pastor Adeboye
  • My twins are better players than me – Amokachi
  • Police arrest five with human parts in Ogun
  • Aregbesola, Fayemi get second term tickets
  • APC to probe irregularities in Ebonyi ward congresses
  • GDP rebasing will attract investment to Nigeria
  • JAMB: Medical doctor arrested for alleged impersonation
  • Malaysia plane: Search for black box intensifies
  • JAMP fails to conduct UMTE in Maiduguri
  • Jet scandal: Reps give Diezani April 28 deadline
  • Nobody can stop Jonathan’s second term – Presidency
  • It will take 50 years to recover from PDP misrule – Baraje
  • Fire razes 300 shops in Onitsha
  • Police discover illegal arms factory in Enugu
  • Turkey’s PM accuses Twitter of tax evasion
  • Ghana pledges to partner Nigeria in fighting terrorism
  • Religious war looms- Soyinka
  • 2015 Muslim/Muslim ticket: APC governors set for showdown with Tinubu, Buhari
  • Killer child-bride speaks: ‘I regret killing my husband, 17 days after wedding’
  • National Conference is incapable of engaging the future – Pat Utomi
  • Trouble in Assemblies of God
  • EPL: Liverpool extended lead, beat Man City 3-2
  • NFF reconfirms Super Eagles pre-World Cup plan
  • My crashed marriage: The true story – Femi Kuti
  • JTF raids criminals’ hideouts, sets MASSOB camp ablaze in Nnewi
  • Man bathes brother, daughter in acid
  • North has always been more than South – Ahmadu Ali
  • 2015: Nigeria’s interest will prevail – Sule Lamido
  • APC accuses Jonathan, PDP of embarking on early campaign
  • Disquiet in military over Obanikoro’s use of soldiers
  • Don’t depend on me to solve your matrimonial problems, Jonathan tells daughter
  • Why I refused to sign Abiola’s detention papers – Diya
  • 2015: Plot to dump Sambo as Jonathan’s running mate thickens
  • FG to phase out candles, kerosene lamps
  • Why agriculture remains neglected
  • Excitement as Ibadan monarch turns 100 tomorrow
  • Oil India to purchase Shell’s Nigerian blocks
  • Fitch ratings: Nigeria’s economic fundaments remain strong, says Rewane
  • Supreme court scraps customs that disinherit women
  • ‘Oil producing states see North as a beggar’

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