Today’s Major Headlines (Sunday, August 24, 2014)

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  • Jonathan’s Men Storm Ibadan, Seek S’West’s Support for President’s Re-election
  • PDP Holds State Congress amid Tight Security in Kano
  • The Stigmatisation of Ebola Victims
  • Tension rises as ‘terrorists’ sieze Libya airport
  • Adamawa: Ribadu’s Defection Ups the Ante in the Governorship Scramble
  • Haastrup’s Son Drags Lawyers to NBA’s Disciplinary Committee over Father’s Estate
  • Ebola: First Consultant Hospital, Victims’ Families May Sue Liberian Government
  • At Last, NMA Calls Off Strike
  • Scores killed in Iraq bombings
  • Ebola Virus Puts West Africa’s Shipping Trade Under Threat
  • Suspected Bomber: Another Threat to Airport Security
  • Sokoto 2015: PDP Should Keep the Promise to Make Me Governor, Says Mukhtari Shagari
  • Garba: My Relationship with Suntai is Cordial
  • Obama to send aides to Ferguson funeral
  • At 56, Ikuforiji Ready for the Next Level
  • The Kwara Billboard War
  • Ebola: Ondo to Enact Law on Cremation
  • Amaechi: Army Should Play Lesser Role in Politics
  • FG to Impact 1.8m Households through Schools Agric Programme
  • Di Maria bids farewell to Real
  • Qatar denies backing Islamic State group
  • Falconets battle Germany for world title
  • Mariah Carey’s marriage problem
  • How I was frustrated out of Heartland — Akwuegbu
  • Keeping Ebola at bay in schools
  • ‘Cook animal products well before eating’
  • Dad knew he was going to die — Beko’s daughter
  • Marrying one wife, secret of long life — 80-yr-old retired lawyer
  • Foreigners should not dominate insurance — Lawal
  • 2015: Kaduna PDP endorses Jonathan, Yero
  • Tension rises as ‘terrorists’ sieze Libya airport
  • Boko Haram: Police run to military for help
  • Ebola: Private jet owners avoid leasing aircraft
  • Atiku denies Adamawa governorship ambition
  • APC has fraudulent members — Ikimi
  • I was number 41 on execution list — Col. Ogbebor
  • 35 police officers missing after Borno insurgency attack
  • 2015: ‘1.8m Nigerians want Jonathan for second term ‘
  • Controversy: Those close to Abiola sold him out—Fred Eno
  • Inevitability of the return of ATM service charge, by Prof Ekpo
  • Amosun shuts Onabanjo Varsity, says students threatened him
  • FIFA U-20 Women’s W/Cup: Falconets set to rule the world
  • Army has placed orders for anti-Boko Haram ammunition — Minimah
  • Man poisons night guard, leads gang to rob Lagos compamy
  • Why 69% of students failed WASSCE
  • Nigeria loses N113bn over low refining capacity
  • The Adadevoh we knew, by security man, driver
  • MYSTERY DEATH: Husband, junior wife, 3 kids found dead but death riddle won’t be solved
  • Ebola virus: Fresh pandemics hit Europe, DRC
  • 2015 elections is battle of the PDP, APC and alliance of parties – Dr Ogbonnaya
  • Mimiko still in Labour Party –Information Commissioner
  • 2014 Hajj: Seat racketeering allegation rocks Kaduna Pilgrims Board
  • DSS issues alert on terrorists in Catholic nun gowns
  • An encounter with an estate agent changed my life –Kayode Amusan
  • SURE-P: 8,500 Youths, Women To Be Empowered in Taraba
  • Philippines Recalls Peacekeepers from Liberia over Ebola
  • UN Plans Rehabilitation For Escaped Chibok Girls
  • Adamawa judicial probe: Perm sec protests media report

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