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Today’s major headlines (Sunday, June 29, 2014)

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  • As insurgents kill 13 in Bauchi…Bombers dress in military uniform
  • Lagos car blast: Fashola urges vigilance
  • More tributes for Mama Abeji Amuka-Pemu
  • Ramadan: Why moon-sighting announcement was delayed – Sultan
  • CAF wishes Nigeria, Algeria good-luck
  • Kidnappers threatened to cut my mother’s head, send it to me — Bayelsa Commissioner
  • Why we can’t have a new Constitution — Senate Leader Ndoma Egba
  • Catholic Church, Army celebrate exit of Africa’s oldest priest
  • Edo: Warring lawmakers to be recalled — Hon. Inegbeneki
  • Smugglers attack Customs officers, destroy patrol vehicle
  • Confab: Compensate my people, Bakassi,Ita-Giwa begs FG
  • 10 drown after downpour in Ibadan
  • Wife incites brother, friends to stab husband dead
  • Oil theft: Nigeria, Cameroon to fight sea piracy
  • Forces behind APC Presidential ticket, running mate
  • Be vigilant, Fashola urges Lagos residents
  • Akpabio deplores use of calculators by students
  • Ramadan: Jonathan urges Muslims to pray for peace
  • Olusegun Oloruntoba, Retired Colonel : We will continue our quest for justice
  • Governors are treasury looters – Richard Akinjide
  • Alleged certificate forgery: My traducers want to reduce me in public’s eyes –Suswam
  • Aregbesola denies rumour to sack teachers
  • Mile 12, Africa’s largest yam market
  • Pastor Ighodalo endorses Crystal Awards
  • N713bn revenue: NPA takes on confab members
  • Arik Air commences operations into Dubai
  • Swipha receives WHO GMP certification
  • Ebola: WHO asks West African countries to monitor travellers
  • Vigilante groups buy arms to fight Boko Haram
  • Maiduguri Airport closed for security reasons — Olukolade
  • Torture increasing in Nigeria— Amnesty International
  • American Senate frustrating effort against Boko Haram —Rice
  • Boko Haram: Cameroon arrests 50 Nigerian businessmen
  • Eagles get $3.8m ahead of France game
  • Ekiti defeat: APC governors woo workers, students
  • Nigerians decry poor state of public service
  • Eagles get $3.8m ahead of France game
  • Gunmen attack Bayelsa community, abduct boat passengers
  • God used Bamidele to make me governor — Fayose
  • Poly lecturers vow to continue strike
  • Embrace rehabilitation programme, NDLEA tells drug addicts
  • Patience Jonathan sues for peace at Ramadan
  • Fayose thanks Bamidele for splitting APC
  • Ramadan: Atiku urges Boko Haram to end violence
  • LP, APC differ on Amosun’s performance
  • Kano arraigns 144 sanitation offenders, generates N352,200
  • Niger promises conducive environment for investors
  • Domestic investors record N109.75bn transactions in May
  • Taking stock of transformation in transport sector
  • Insurgency: Customs, NPA, NIMASA, others strengthen ports security
  • Cybercrimes: Pressure on banks, others to comply with security standards
  • Onuh: The problem with Nigeria’s satellite, space technology

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