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Today’s major headlines (Sunday April 6, 2014)

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  • US slams Nigeria: Corruption is extremely high in this country – Dep. Asst Secretary of State
  • 2015: North must negotiate with Jonathan or lose out – Ogbemedia
  • What Nigeria can learn from Ghana’s democracy  – Nana Akufo Addo
  •  World Cup 2014: Don’t gamble with Osaze, Uche, Peter tells Keshi
  • 2015: Buhari/Tinubu ticket speculations: Uproar in social media
  • Edwin Clark’s kidnapped son regains freedom
  • I never wanted to be pastor – Adeboye
  • Jinx will break, women will be Gov. in 2015 – Kema Chikwe
  • The story of my oil business – Folorunsho Alakija
  • Mother of 6 girls arrested for buying baby boy
  • 1 kill for politicians
  • Suicide plague in Nsukka
  • Gunmen attack mosque, kill 20
  • Why the National Conference is useless  – Ambassador Yahaya Kwande
  • APC considers Tinubu, Adebayo for VP slot
  • 2015 Imo guber: I will defeat Okorocha –  Ikedioha
  • Boko Haram: Presidency may suspend state of emergency in Adamawa, Borno, Yobe
  • Omisore emerges PDP governorship candidate in Osun
  • 2015: More governors on their way to APC, says Wamakko
  • Government machinery moves to Yenagoa for wedding of Jonathan’s daughter
  • Buhari/Tinubu ticket: APC Christian leaders threaten to quit party
  • APC may field Christian for Lagos governor
  • Dad regrets not playing at World Cup – Odegbami’s son
  • Police kill two notorious robbers in Enugu
  • Afghan presidential election hailed as a success
  • Eggs glut: Plateau famers appeal for govt. intervention
  • Malaysian plane: Chinese ship detects pulse signal
  • NNPC keeps mum on Diezani jet scandal
  • Ibadan horror: residents want Fulani herdsman arrested
  • Deregistered party to form new group
  •  Tambuwal under pressure to sack APC principal officers
  • We’ll never support division of Nigeria – Sambo
  • We are not getting N12 million  – Confab delegates
  • Even jostle for Lagos’ PDP governor ticket
  • APC governors shun wedding of Jonathan’s daughter
  • Stakeholders seek law to sustain N3 trillion cassava production

 

 

 

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