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Today’s major headlines (Sunday, February 2, 2014)

Nigerian-Newspapers
  • 2015: Northern PDP stakeholders move against Sambo
  • Family of four dies as Ondo Deputy Gov. survives auto crash
  • APC seeks presidential candidate from the North East
  • Police continue to search for two abducted Syrians
  • Mu’azu’s appointment already yielding positive result
  • Ekweremadu warns against overheating polity
  • Enugu ‘chicken war’: Why Chime and Deputy fell apart
  • CHAN 2014: Super Eagles clinch third place, Libya wins gold
  • Asari Dokubo is a thug –El Rufai
  • Mimino, Obi will defect to our party -PDP
  • Muslim pupils protest hijab ban
  • World’s dirtiest man: 80 year-old hasn’t bathed in 60 years
  • NDLEA arrests man with 107 ATM cards
  • Woman held over dumped body parts in US
  • FG to cut national conference budget
  • APC governors reject INEC timetable
  • FG to Cameroun: Allow Nigerians in Bakassi to earn living
  • War of words over PDP future
  • Gunmen kill 11 in fresh Adamawa attack
  • PDP crisis will soon end, says Mark
  • 2015 poll: INEC ignores calls for shift of election
  • Navy nabs 25 oil theft suspects
  • Mu’azu in home-coming, reaffirms crisis resolution
  • APC holds inaugural national convention April 26
  • House summons NNPC, 499 firms over N1.4 trillion waivers
  • Court quashes former Imo Speaker’s impeachment
  • 2015 elections threaten Nigeria’s macro-economic stability, says report
  • National Conference: APGA, UPP insist on referendum
  • Daily Newswatch Assistant Editor survives gun-shot attack
  • Banks exploit loop holes in Forex market
  • Falana, Aboyade urge caution over implementation of anti-gay law
  • 5,000 PDP members defect to APC in Imo
  • How we wiped out family of eight -Suspect
  • 243 firearms recovered in Rivers
  • PDP hasn’t been fair to me -Atiku
  • Fashola blasts Maku over claim Jonathan govt is best
  • The Sultan memo to Jonathan: ‘Let there be justice!’
  • FG lashes on critics: ‘No hidden agenda on National Conference’
  • Fashola to Jonathan: ‘You will hand over whether you like it or not’

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