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Today’s major headlines (Thursday, February 13, 2014)

  • Cost of managing Naira drops to N35 billion, says Sanusi
  • Jonathan sacks Stella Oduah, dropped three others
  • Oil theft, govt spending, greatest challenges to economy -Sanusi
  • How APC Presidential candidate would emerge, by Tinubu
  • Yoruba opt for regionalism at mock National Conference
  • Why I sacked Odimegwu –Jonathan
  • 39 killed, 2,000 houses destroyed as Boko Haram invades Borno
  • Okorocha sacks commissioner, speaker sacks lawmaker
  • Father kills son with cricket bat
  • Deadly ice storm hits many US states
  • NAPS begs Jonathan to intervene in ASUP’s strike
  • U2 to play Mandela song at Oscars
  • National Conference: Ethnic nationalities’ forum rejects no go areas
  • House to probe alleged $1 million inducement of APC reps
  • Massive shake up in Armed Forces as 8 new GOCs, FOCs are appointed
  • Defection: Mark saves 11 senators from removal
  • Education for all not likely till 2086 -UNESCO
  • NNPC’s subsidy claims on kerosene hit $3.5 billion in 19 months
  • Jonathan vowed to serve single term, Obasanjo insists
  • Jonathan to EFCC, ICPC: Prove to Nigerians you are working
  • Budget to scale second reading in the House today
  • Ekiti elections will be best in Nigeria, says Jega
  • Akpabio: No apology for supporting Jonathan
  • Saraki: Events have overtaken returning to PDP
  • Balarabe Musa: Defection undermines politics in Nigeria
  • 546 million gallons of crude oil spilled in Niger Delta in 50 years
  • Two Ecobank directors resign
  • Inflation remains unchanged at 8 per cent in January
  • Dokpesi: Clark is irritating interloper
  • It is too late to register judgment, judge tells Kashamu
  • New Rivers CP warns officers against corruption
  • Yobo ready to return -Keshi
  • CAN urges govt to probe Boko Haram’s sources of weapons
  • PDP criticizes Obasanjo’s invitation to Rivers
  • Oduah’s exit causes stir online
  • Some of my critics are very corrupt -Jonathan
  • AU group finds mass grave in Central African Republic
  • M’United still hungry for EPL top four -Moyes
  • 43,000 driving licenses unclaimed in Lagos transport offices
  • Tinubu meets CAN over crisis in Osun
  • Mark foils plot to stop ministerial nominees’ screening
  • Save LASU group protests in Lagos
  • N1 billion fraud: Ajudua asks court to order Bamaiyi’s trial
  • APC will take over NASS by March –el Rufai

 

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