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Today’s major headlines (Thursday, April 3, 2014)

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  • N255 million bullet-proof cars: EFCC grills Oduah for five hours
  • ACF laments spate of killing in 17 Northern states
  • Court verdict: Reps say Tambuwal not under pressure to declare seats vacant
  • Presidency’s initiation of constitution amendment divides Senate
  • Confab: Delegates reduce aides over non-provision of allowances
  • Boat mishap: 8 dead, 6 feared missing in Lagos
  • Confab: Falana wants gap between rich and poor bridged
  • Terror attack on one is an attack on all -Jonathan
  • Nigeria can surprise the world -Westerhof
  • Nigeria has no GDP computation in the last 15 years -Maku
  • Ritualists’ den discovered, ‘lunatic’ arrested in Ogun
  • 17 trapped in Radio House lift
  • Labour rejects plan to retire civil servants
  • New number plates: lawyer accuses FRSC of misinformation
  • Gunmen kidnap Edwin Clark’s son
  • Rivers rejects NJC suspension of Justice Agumagu
  • Chartered jets: Trouble for Diezani, NNPC GMD, others
  • Unmask sponsors of terrorists, Jonathan tells world leaders
  • Embattled The Sun editor drags IG, Abia AG to court
  • Fashola raises alarm over Obanikoro’s alleged invasion of Lagos
  • Tambuwal, Ihedioha deny appealing ruling on defected Reps
  • ‘It’s really hard to get PhD’ –Mrs. Dickson, Bayelsa’s first lady
  • APC considers Oyegun, Onu, Ikimi for chairman
  • Delegates ask FG to ensure implementation of recommendations
  • Importers decry delays, demurrage as destination inspection faces threat
  • World Economic Forum: Okonjo-Iweala reassures global community on safety
  • South West pushes for Parliamentary system
  • Power situation turns worse in parts of Lagos
  • Lagos decries FG’s disruption of 1,188 housing units
  • FG sued over legality of Same-sex Prohibition Act
  • Fidelity Bank records N9 billion profit, assets hit N1.1 trillion
  • Bauchi denies closure of schools by insurgents
  • Symbolic coffins of dead applicants delivered to Moro
  • Court fixes May 2 to rule on Akingbola’s application on jurisdiction
  • Uduaghan promises justice for slain lawyers
  • Elumelu: Delta governorship not a do or die affair
  • Emefiele: ‘I’ll be firm and just’
  • Does Jonathan really love women?
  • EFCC probes contract award in Osun
  • LP, others plan to rig Ondo bye-elections -PDP
  • Leadership boss steps down, joins politics
  • Confab should produce new constitution -Falae
  • Group petitions Jonathan over lawmakers’ jumbo pay
  • FG suspends salary of 1,000 civil servants
  • US Supreme Court strikes down overall donor limits
  • National Conference: Delegates advocate death penalty for corrupt officials
  • WHO alerts on outbreak of new diseases
  • I’m spending ninth year on campus –says OAU student
  • Lagos, food capital of Africa, says tourist guide

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