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Today’s major headlines (Sunday, June 8, 2014)

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  • Outrage over clampdown on Newspapers
  • Idahosa, Others pray for abducted Chibok Schoolgirls
  • CONFAB: With Akunyili, three delegates dead in three months
  • How misdiagnosis killed Akunyili
  • Boko Haram: Religion can’t offer solution —Rev. Thompson
  • Why Jonathan should forget 2015— Bukola Saraki
  • Stop embarrassing yourself, Nigeria; APC tells Jonathan
  • Presidency denies claims of being behind seizure of newspapers
  • Tension as Kwankwaso announces new Emir of Kano
  • War in LUTH over avoidable deaths
  • How terrorism is shaping the Jonathan presidency
  • Dana Crash: ‘We watched as passengers struggled to come out of burning plane’
  • Confab rejects N40,000 minimum wage
  • UNIDO, German firms partner to reduce food losses in Nigeria
  • Friendly: United States defeat Nigeria 2-1
  • Look beyond the North for the sponsors of Boko Haram —Ex-Governor Aliero
  • Soldiers attack Ijebu motor park, vandalise cars
  • Land speculators besiege confab with cash
  • APC alleges police attack on Fayemi’s convoy
  • NASS to consider local content bill for aviation
  • FG to develop coal fields for electricity generation
  • Zuma admitted to hospital for tests
  • UNIMAID to resume on Monday
  • Jonathan fighting a lost battle against media -APC
  • Oputa’s burial not Charly Boy Show — Charles Oputa
  • Jonathan has failed Nigerians — Northern govs
  • I will develop Ekiti when Fayose wins —President
  • I’m contented— Dora Akunyili
  • Jonathan’s war against media enters second day
  • Kenya Airways commences direct flight services to Abuja
  • Agriculture lending in Nigeria is growing — Adesina
  • UNIDO, German firms partner to reduce food losses in Nigeria
  • Automotive policy: Association decries high tariff
  • Africa urged to link air, land and water transport
  • Davido, Flavour, Tiwa shines at MTV Africa Awards
  • Badeh: Despite Community Challenges, We Will Win War on Terror
  • Emefiele: No action on lending rate before general elections
  • AMCON to fully divest from Mainstreet, Enterprise Banks on Sept 15
  • Organised private sector, economists dissect Emefiele’s Policy Thrust
  • Delegates delve deeper into contentious issues
  • Ncube: Insecurity in north-east won’t have major impact on Nigeria’s economic outlook
  • Chike-Obi: AMCON has fulfilled its mandate
  • How Lekki landlords alter devt, investment plans
  • UK culture community celebrates Nigeria at 100
  • Stunning view of Lagos from Intercontinental Hotel
  • Delegates delve deeper into contentious issues

 

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