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Today’s major headlines (Thursday, February 27, 2014)

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  • Suspension: Court refuses Sanusi’s ex parte motion
  • College massacre: Outrage as death toll reaches 59
  • ‘Amaechi’s NGF is an extension of APC ‘-Jang
  • PDP faults Amaechi’s absence at national conference forum
  • World leaders arrive in Abuja for Nigeria’s Centenary
  • Australian airline, Quantas , to cut 5,000 jobs
  • Indian soldier kills five colleagues, commits suicide
  • Confab: Akinrinade, five others to represent Osun
  • Jonathan restates commitment to end terrorism
  • You didn’t repair Lagos roads, Fashola tells FERMA
  • Probe soldiers’ withdrawal from Yobe College, civil servants
  • Groups blast EFCC for poor trial of subsidy thieves
  • ‘Spiritualists can’t cure cancer’ –Ekiti first lady
  • My job not easy –Mu’azu
  • Ogoni protests Saro-Wiwa’s exclusion from honours’ list
  • Jonathan: I feel the weight of our 100-year history
  • Adebolaji, Adebowale, killers of British soldier, get life sentence
  • Anti-gap law: Nigeria, Uganda may lose human rights rating
  • Constitution review: House alters 71 Sections
  • Parties continue to bicker over sequencing of election time-table
  • PDP rally is a gathering of Imo’s problems, says Okorocha
  • Mu’azu: women now build strategic alliances in politics
  • NEITI says NNPC didn’t disclose $22.8 billion in audit report
  • Okonjo-Iweala: recovered $500 million Abacha loot was invested in rural projects
  • IPMAN blames Port security agents for persistent fuel scarcity
  • Fashola: Lekki international airport project on course
  • NCC seizes N100m equipment from satellite television pirates
  • Speaker’s death: Ondo Assembly declare 7-day mourning
  • Adamawa Deputy Gov. denies reported link with Boko Haram
  • Chidoka: Get fake drivers’ license, go to jail
  • CBN restates plan to extend cashless policy nationwide
  • Nestle declare N24 final dividend for 2013
  • Honeywell Flour Mills’ revenue grows by 24 per cent
  • Yobe massacre: ‘How my mates were killed’ – survivor
  • ‘We must use National Confab to build a new Nigeria’ -Jonathan
  • ‘You connive with Swiss firms to defraud Nigeria’, NEITI tells NNPC
  • No plan to increase pump price of petrol -NNPC
  • Wife murder: Evidence that sent Arowolo to hangman’s noose
  • What I expect of my successor, by Fashola
  • Boko Haram: Relocate to Borno State, Senate urges Army
  • Nigeria’s amalgamation not a mistake –Jonathan
  • Boko Haram: FG seeks help from France
  • Lawal warns: I see Keshi failing in Brazil 2014
  • Fuel queues persist as acute shortage hit Lagos
  • Pupils’ massacre: parents storm hospital for kids
  • Kano Assembly slams Sanusi’s suspension
  • How to end insurgency, by Shehu Sani
  • Falana: pay reparation to parents of Boko Haram victims
  • Military arrests suspects as probe students’ massacre begins
  • N575m scam: Appeal Court orders ex-IG to face trial
  • INEC seeks amendment to Electoral Act
  • Boko Haram: Senate orders Army chief to relocate to Maiduguri
  • Defecate in the open, go to jail –LASG
  • Naira lost 24 kobo to dollar despite CBN’s forex auction
  • Transactions drop at NSE

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