Today’s major headlines (Thursday, April 9, 2015)

  • US protesters decry police ‘culture of racism’
  • Civil war : Danjuma blames Ojukwu for not emulating Jonathan
  • Impeachment notice on Fayose valid – Falana
  • Stay off polling centres, IG warns police escorts
  • PDP condemns Buhari’s apathy to national issues
  • I won’t leave PDP, says Mark
  • Nigeria will become one-party state under APC – Balarabe Musa
  • Jonathan’s kinsmen fight over Peterside, Wike
  • Thousands protest in Rivers over alleged plot to manipulate April 11 polls
  • Judge declines to stop impeachment proceedings against Fayose
  • Governorship polls : FG orders closure of land borders
  • Defection galore as Zwingina, Gulak, Reps, others dump PDP
  • No hike in LASU fees, Ambode pledges
  • President Jonathan’s aide, Oronto Douglas dies at 49
  • Ohanaeze drags Oba Akinolu to Human Rights Commission
  • Obama visits Jamaica, takes in Bob Marley museum
  • Osinbajo promises free tertiary education for teachers
  • Okrika agog for Patience Jonathan
  • Buhari to unfold APC’s job creation master plan on May 29
  • Okonjo-Iweala listed among 50 greatest world leaders
  • Court clears Ambode for Saturday’s guber election in Lagos
  • Fashola calls on Lagosians to choose wisely, vote for APC in guber poll
  • Court to DStv : You can’t increase subscription fees
  • Italy considers military action against Boko Haram
  • No one will steal under my watch – Buhari
  • Gunmen kill 14 in Kaduna, soldiers begin house-to-house search
  • Stock market sheds further as investors take profit

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