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Today’s major headlines (Sunday, October 5, 2014)

  • Jonathan preaches forgiveness on Eid-el Kabir
  • US to citizens: Nigeria contained Ebola; we can
  • Boko Haram regroups …Targets Maiduguri
  • Husband of two wives impregnates daughter, 16
  • A piece of me is gone –Dimgba Igwe’s son
  • Jonathan urges collective action against terrorism
  • You cannot claim credit for Ebola success story, APC tells Jonathan
  • Aregbesola charges politicians on good governance
  • Nigerian politicians criminals, greedy – Arthur Eze
  • Lagos 2015: Fashola, GOS and the succession question
  • 2015: C/River Central adopts Jonathan, endorses Ndoma-Egba
  • Morocco 2015 AFCON qualifiers: Moses, Babatunde doubts for Sudan game
  • Vatican begins landmark synod to discuss family life
  • UNIUYO inaugurates N100m students’ support programme
  • DSS seizes arms in Akwa Ibom
  • Consensus candidacy is democratic -Chime
  • Next phase of MH370 search to begin
  • Presidential ticket: APC reduces delegates number to 15,000
  • Nigeria among worst places for old people — Report
  • Rancour in Ondo PDP over Mimiko
  • Eid-el-Kabir: Sambo, Ajimobi, others preach peace, unity
  • US report flays tagging Boko Haram ‘Islamists’
  • Sale: Skye Bank emerges winner of Mainstreet Bank
  • Amnesty opposes death penalty for convicted soldiers
  • Muslims defy Boko Haram threats, throng prayer grounds
  • Dangote to invest $12bn in Nigeria
  • 2015 elections will determine Nigeria’s unity — Carrington
  • How beheaded Air Force pilot killed 63 terrorists
  • Osun issues e-passports
  • Synagogue: Lagos begins probe Oct. 13
  • Bayelsa targets 20,000 security jobs for youths
  • Lagos is maintaining high financial prudence
  • 2015: Cross River central adopts Jonathan, Ndoma-Egba
  • GTP to expand prepaid products, services business in Africa
  • INEC dragged to court over extra 30,000 polling units
  • Fitch affirms Nigeria at ‘BB-‘; Outlook Stable
  • No end-of-year disruption in fuel supply, FG assures Nigerians
  • Transcorp’s IPO targets opportunities in Nigeria’s hospitality business
  • Fulani herdsmen slaughter two teenage girls in Makurdi
  • 14 legal cases stalled ExxonMobil special projects in A’Ibom

 

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