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Today’s major headlines (Sunday, June 1, 2014)

  • ECOWAS leaders endorse Jonathan’s war on terror
  • APC Senators lobby to ‘kill’ report on $49.8bn missing funds
  • Amnesty for Boko Haram: Presidency faults Boni Haruna
  • Kogi achieves 85% immunisation coverage – official
  • School children commend Oshiomhole’s free bus services
  • Satellite Development Centre ready for Space Week Confab
  • #BringBackOurGirls: Why we want dialogue option — Abati
  • Why militancy may return to Niger Delta, by Ledum Mitee
  • ‘Chibok girls may return with strange orientation’
  • I see a bright future for sports in Africa, says IOC President
  • Suspected Killer Child-Bride Begs Court: ‘Set me free!’
  • Boko Haram kills 42
  • Boko Haram not northern response to a southern presidency – APC
  • Emirs, Gwaoza Lawmakers shun Emir of Gwaoza burial
  • Four Borno villages assailed by Boko Haram
  • Embrace amnesty offer, ACF urges Boko Haram
  • The failed plot to impeach Oshiomhole, his deputy, Edo Speaker
  • Wike denies taking oath before Amaechi to be appointed Minister
  • 65-yr-old man rapes, impregnates own teenage daughter
  • Shekau’s men’s footprints across the land
  • Mimiko tasks journalists on constructive criticism
  • 2015: We’re strongly behind Jonathan –MASSOB leader, Uwazuruike
  • Abiola deserves honour –Obasanjo
  • Defection: PDP asks court to sack 27 Kano lawmakers
  • National confab: Yoruba, others in disarray –Gani Adams
  • APC‘ll not choose Muslim-Muslim-ticket –Moughalu
  • Education, best way to eliminate insurgency – Mark
  • Don’t shun voting in 2015, Accord urges electorates
  • Nigerians real heroes of democracy – PDP
  • JTF arrests suspects, destroys illegal refineries
  • Beneficiaries laud NDDC empowerment programme
  • MDGs to provide free medical service in Plateau
  • Money laundering: Pele’s son Edinho bags 33 years
  • Ogun spends N21.6bn on tertiary institutions
  • Osun to establish automative institute
  • Indian fury over rape hangings
  • Boko Haram: FG faces fewer options -Report
  • We are probing sale of INEC machines — INEC
  • UK probes Islamic preacher for hailing Chibok abduction
  • Jonathan didn’t believe girls were abducted — Obasanjo
  • Road traffic deaths highest in Nigeria –WHO
  • Women doctors support dialogue with Boko Haram
  • Doctors resume strike Monday
  • Adeleke dumps PDP, joins APC
  • NIS warns employers against irregular immigrants
  • PDP woos lawmakers in APC states
  • Act as commander-in-chief, Sani tells Jonathan
  • Guard against Middle East disease, doctor advises Nigerians
  • Christ Embassy denies Oyakhilomes breakup
  • I’m old enough to be Amosun’s father — Osoba
  • IMF, African Finance Ministers and Governors to partner on needs of sub-region
  • Inability of people to differentiate grades of cement scared us – Odumodu
  • Senate promises completion of all airport projects
  • Neimeth spends N162m on facility upgrade
  • Abuja, PH to benefit from 4G Internet roll-out
  • NSE market capitalisation up by N392bn
  • 250 prisoners take UTME
  • Dialogue with Boko Haram remains our last option –Ozekhome
  • Dickson has surpassed Awolowo’s free education revolution –Markson
  • We’re determined to see our girls back – Odumakin
  • Confab: Christian delegates may boycott plenary Monday
  • I don’t have anything to prove –Yobo
  • 2015: Igbo Group asks court to compel PDP to endorse Jonathan
  • Steer clear of politics, Sultan warns traditional leaders
  • Amaechi swears in 21 LG caretaker chairmen
  • Forex market boosted by $2.34 billion sale in May
  • New policy on cement quality underway
  • Electricity price rises without matching increase in generation

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