Today’s major headlines (Sunday, April 27, 2014)

  • Politicians close ranks against insurgency
  • 45 die in Nasarawa communal clash
  • Vatican declares Popes John Paul II and John XXIII saints
  • Terrorism: IG warns politicians against divisive, inflammatory comments
  • Boko Haram: Healthcare services not shut down in Borno – Commissioner
  • APC state congress: Trouble in Ondo
  • Jonathan to Boko Haram: You will pay for your killings
  • Ehingbeti 2014: How to power Lagos economy for food sufficiency
  • Lead Capital targets 35m Nigerians for stocks transaction
  • Only northern govs, leaders can stop Boko Haram – Oritsejafor
  • Kidnapping children for battle, from Uganda to Nigeria
  • Senate 2015: There’s pressure on me to contest -Umeh
  • World Cup: Learn from past mistakes, Ukeachu warns NFF
  • Borno: Boko Haram shut down schools
  • Genocide allegation: Nyako senile –PDP chieftain
  • Ogun APC congresses: No victor, No vanquished, says Amosun
  • APC vows to ‘Rescue Nigeria from weak, incompetent leadership’
  • FG to retake computation of GDP in seven pilot States
  • FAAN records drop in air travellers in 2013
  • Confab: Mixed reactions trail proposals for independent candidates, party tax
  • PDP receives 2,100 defectors from APC, LP in Auchi
  • Accident claims four lives on Ibadan-Oyo road
  • I accomplished my mission in PDP, says Bamanga Tukur
  • Otti: Our cutting edge is Retail Banking
  • Legal issues dominate Ports Regulation Agenda
  • Nigeria Civil Service at 60: A time for reflection
  • Police IG warns against provocative, unguarded utterances
  • Rivers APC gets state officers
  • Edo PDP receives 2,100 defectors from APC, LP
  • Varsities must solve society’s needs – KWASU VC
  • Sterling Bank minimizes operational risk as growth spurts
  • NGO recruits 350 volunteers to boost polio immunisation in Bauchi
  • More results released from APC state congresses
  • PDP applauds Nigerian politicians for uniting against terrorism
  • 40 professors seek UNIZIK’s VC job
  • Controversy trails banning of Bamidele’s rally in Fayemi’s town
  • Second term: Insecurity forces Jonathan to postpone declaration
  • 70% of bank ATMs exposed to fraud – Microsoft
  • Bayelsa community threatens Shell
  • Currency in circulation rises to N1.574tn
  • FG uncovers how Sanusi allegedly spent N1.3bn on charter planes in 2013
  • Nigerian youths should take charge of 2015 polls -YPF
  • UPN will win some seats in Ekiti and Osun – Chairman
  • NECO to conduct ‘another test’ after Common Entrance



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