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Today’s major headlines (Sunday, April 20, 2014)

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  • Nigeria will overcome, says Jonathan
  • CNPP asks Jonathan to sack Obanikoro
  • Borno: 14 more kidnapped school girls escape Islamists
  • Bomb scare in Yenagoa
  • Al-Qeada, Al-Shabab are helping Boko Haram – Rawlins, American security expert
  • Angry South Korea families protest over slow ferry rescue
  • World Cup: Coaches, ex-Internationals differ on Eagles’ wives, kids
  •  Awaiting trial inmates overwhelm Kirikiri
  • Confab: Statesmen, activists draw daggers
  • Emir installs Gov. Yero 19th Dallatun Zazzau
  • FG: Nyako’s letter inciting
  • Bauchi accesses $50 million World Bank education grant
  • N10 billion chartered jets: Diezani dares Reps
  • Defecting PDP members can’t return through back door, says Wike
  • At Easter, Jonathan preaches peace, unity
  • Navy to deploy officers to North-East to tackle insurgency
  • Obanikoro: Nigerians should assist security agencies in fighting terrorism
  • Nigerian arrested in Ogun with 1,000 passport photographs of boys
  • CNN: Mo’Abudu named Africa’s Oprah
  • Calabar gets petroleum pipe manufacturing plant soon
  • Dubai overtakes Heathrow as world’s busiest airport
  • Ajimobi’s former aide, 2,000 others join PDP in Oke-Ogun
  • Pray for Nigeria, Northern governors urge Christians
  • Why our seats can’t be declared vacant-  37 defected Reps
  • Egypt: Gunmen attack policemen, kill two
  • PDP, APC in illegal 2015 campaign  – INEC
  • Centenary celebrations: Olubadan honours Falola
  • Ex-Army chief urges immediate rescue of school girls
  • Police investigates DPO accused of raping detainee
  • 2015: More private jets arrive Nigeria
  • Why President may not name Boko Haram’s sponsors
  • Akande: APC has not picked presidential candidate
  • Ekweremadu seeks review of Nigeria’s policing system
  • Ita-Giwa felicitates, hails appointment of women in Confab
  • Fayose condemns Fayemi’s education policy
  • Market operators: SEC at loggerhead over capital base
  • Political banditry gone for good in Ekiti- Adelabu
  • No reason to doubt rebased GDP – Idris
  • 2015: Police stops pro-Jonathan in Bayelsa
  • 20 nations issue travel warning against Nigeria

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