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Today’s major headlines (Thursday, April 24, 2014)

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  • Outrage trails Nyako’s letter to Northern govs
  • Confab: National Conference committee insists on federation
  • Amosun’s aides, Osoba’s loyalists fight over Ogun APC congresses
  • FG congratulates Okonjo-Iweala for winning Rockefeller award
  • Labour threatens to shut 8 DISCOs over tariff
  • Boko Haram: Fulani herdsmen confess to membership
  • How PDP, LP attacked us – APC
  • Kerosene scarcity: NNPC to increase domestic consumption of cooking gas
  • Investing in ICT will develop ECOWAS region – Official
  • Take over Taraba State security, House of Assembly urges FG
  • Boko Haram scare shuts Lagos-Ibadan highway
  • DPO accused of rape still in detention – Lagos CP
  • Lagos opens up on Al-Mustapha appeal, Ejigbo assault, others
  • Boko Haram threatens to kill abducted schoolgirls if search is not stopped
  • Keshi, NFF lied to Nigerians
  • Nyako’s memo inciting – Maku
  • 2015: APGA will take Lagos, recover Imo from Okorocha –Umeh
  • Jonathan welcomes Buhari’s position on war against terror
  • Boko Haram: Abdulsalami sues for peace, Soyinka lambasts Jonathan
  • Nigerian Muslim clerics recruiting Boko Haram members – Cameroon Govt
  • Federal Government: Power generation hits 4,105MW
  • Sterling Bank grows Q1 profit by 17 percent
  • PHCN: Electricity workers threaten strike over epileptic power supply
  • IMF seeks extension of period for winding down AMCON
  • Naira strengthens on Dollar supply
  • PENGASSAN tasks FG on job creation
  • NURTW faults FRSC over suspension of retro-reflective sticker policy
  • Cleric: Nigerians most religious but not godly people
  • Marwa asks Nyako to shut up
  • S’Korea ferry disaster school reopens
  • Kano: Rapist to be stoned to death
  • Missing plane: MH370 investigators dismiss Australia debris
  • Common Entrance to hold on April 26
  • Troops arrest 17 insurgents in Wukari, kill scores
  • Nyanya blast: Soyinka carpets Jonathan over Kano rally
  • FRSC attributes most road crashes to human error
  • Civil Society committee removes Ogunrinmade as chairperson
  • NIS: ‘Nigeria has 1,400 illegal borders’
  • Tinubu warns PDP against rigging in Ekiti, Osun
  • President may not seek Nyako, Shettima, Geidam’s suspension
  • Dangote Cement keeps shareholders happy with impressive dividend payout
  • Create jobs to end violence, says NBA section
  • Fed Govt okays N24.32b loan for agriculture
  • Foreign exchange reserves record ‘marginal increase’ to $38b
  • CAN wants governors to control Commissioners of Police

 

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