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Today’s major headlines (Thursday, April 10, 2014)

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  • PDP governors move against 37 defector Reps
  • Unemployment: Graduate attempts suicide in Akwa Ibom
  • Epileptic power: We’re helpless –NERC, operators
  • Lagos shuts illegal orphanage, rescues five children
  • Senate passes N4.7 trillion Appropriation Bill
  • One shot dead, 15 injured at Ondo APC Congress
  • War is over! NFF, Keshi resolve list issue
  • Ibori: We want a fresh trial –prosecution
  • DSS operatives detain The Sun editor
  • Yorubaland has no tie with PDP –Aregbesola
  • We want elections in our states, say North East governors
  • Supreme Court to decide on FG’s power to collect VAT Friday
  • Again, delegates trade blames over sponsorship of military coups
  • Jonathan approves restructuring of NNDC
  • CBN disburses N228 billion agric credit funds
  • Gunmen kill 7 policemen, one civilian in Jigawa
  • Envoy: US will not dictate to Nigeria in 2015 polls
  • Fani Kayode denies leaving APC
  • ‘$1 trillion moved out of Africa illegally in 40 years’
  • Varsity attains 50 per cent affirmative action for women
  • Anambra emerges overall best in WASCE
  • Senate rebuffs Jonathan
  • FG okays six months imprisonment for smoking in public
  • Ebola, real threat to Nigeria –FG
  • All set for editors’ fund raising dinner today
  • Delegates oppose Confab outcome going to National Assembly
  • Boko Haram’s security stops IBB, Buhari, Sultan, others
  • Oyebode wants Nigeria to change name
  • Osoba mulls regionalism, devolution of powers
  • ‘I’ve been insulted over meeting with Jonathan’
  • Jonathan orders Anyim, Aji to implement Oronsaye report
  • 2015: INEC to begin voter registration in May
  • Malaysia plane: Search area narrows
  • FRSC arrests 23,287 offenders in three months
  • Gunmen bomb police station, bank, court in Jigawa
  • We’ve reduced hungry Nigerian population by 50 per cent –FG
  • Otudeko’s witness’ ailment stalls $48 million suit against Dangote
  • APC faults use of soldiers to stop project
  • Lekki-Ikoyi Bridge: Bid to stay judgement suffers setback
  • Iyayi: Widow, ASUU demand prosecution of Kogi convoy driver
  • Jonathan may declare interest after PDP zonal rallies
  • Okwu is APGA chairman, says AGF
  • Gunmen kill two merry makers in Niger
  • N250 million scam: Appeal Court okays Igbinedion for fresh trial
  • Oshiomhole’s aide, others defect to PDP
  • Senate amends Nigerian companies law
  • Plateau poultry farmers blame insurgency for egg glut
  • Airport land tussle: Harry Akande’s son arrested
  • Bride, 14, kills husband, three others with rat poison
  • Shell says it paid Nigeria $44 billion royalties, taxes in four years

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