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Today’s major headlines (Thursday, February 20, 2014)

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  • Jonathan suspends Sanusi, appoints acting CBN governor
  • Budget office overshoots vote by N2.6 trillion, probe told
  • Boko Haram batters Bama
  • Jonathan visit to Alaafin an affront to me, says Olubadan
  • 26 aspirants for Ekiti PDP primary
  • Facebook to buy whatsapp for $16 billion
  • Release of Ghandi’s killers halted
  • Oputa for treatment abroad
  • Reps query PPRA over NNPC’s N331 billion kerosene subsidy claim
  • Ensure the road to 2015 is not stained with blood, Sultan tells Mu’azu
  • Chime should forget his senatorial ambition
  • Kaze: Tambuwal should clear air on his rumoured defection to APC
  • We are not selling our oil field company, Oando
  • Inquest begins on Associated Airlines crash
  • SON boss blames building collapse on misapplication of cement
  • PPPRA: NNPC is recipient of kerosene subsidy claim
  • Ijegun oil spill to blame for fuel scarcity in Lagos
  • Obi pays valedictory visit to development partners, introduces Gov-elect
  • Angry Gov. Shettima tells Okupe to shut up
  • Fuel scarcity bites harder in Lagos
  • Rivers crisis: Court nullifies acting CJ’s appointment
  • National Conference will be volatile -Uranta
  • Karen Igho announces she’s cancer free
  • Ofa Poly pulls out of ASUP strike, resumes academic activities Feb. 24
  • Princess Hotel, Okigwe collapses
  • Arowolo, slain banker’s husband knows fate tomorrow
  • 2015: Permanent voters’ card ready -INEC
  • Our pioneer leaders went to public schools, and they did well, Aregbesola
  • National Conference: Ekwueme, Nwabueze decline to lead Igbo
  • Nollywood stars under fire over visit to Jonathan
  • 18,000 South Sudanese flee into Kenya -UNHCR
  • Ukraine true collapses, protesters back to Independence Square
  • Australian evangelist faces jail in North Korea
  • UN calls for immediate end to Ukraine violence
  • Libya to compensate woman raped during 2011 uprising
  • Colombia dismisses Army Chief over scandal
  • Nurses begin nationwide strike on Monday
  • 28 World leaders to attend centenary celebrations -Anyim
  • Mark directs speedy completion of PIB, Malabu oil probe
  • SEC tells Ecobank to reinstate ex-finance chief
  • Airport black out: Airlines resort to generators to power offices
  • Confab must discuss issues to reposition Nigeria’s destiny –Uduaghan
  • No ease in doing business as companies lament mounting road blocks
  • States’ external debts spike to $2.82 billion infrastructure financing

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