Today’s major headlines (Thursday, June 11, 2015)

  • Buhari indeed belongs to somebody
  • APC may sanction Atiku, Tambuwal over National Assembly elections
  • 28 APC senators walk out of Senate session
  • Aso Villa authorities reject 253 DSS officials
  • How the APC shot itself in the foot
  • DPR to demolish illegal petrol stations in Akwa Ibom
  • U-20 World Cup : Flying Eagles bow to Germany
  • Pope creates tribunal for bishop child abuse cases
  • UN peace-keepers trade food, medicine for sex – Report
  • Lagos tells residents of flood prone areas to relocate
  • EFCC arraigns 14 foreigners for illegal oil deals
  • Protesters barricade road to Rivers Assembly
  • Lake Chad Commission earmarks N13 billion for insurgency-affected areas
  • Italy’s first female astronaut returns to earth Thursday
  • Niger govt asks ex-Gov Babangida Aliyu to refund N2.9 billion
  • El-Rufai begs Kaduna lawmakers to cut salaries, allowances
  • The subsidy question : Fuel will sell for N40 a litre
  • Senator Tinubu rejects Saraki’s handshake
  • Revenue Commission set to review Renumeration Act
  • HQ of regional force against Boko Haram to cost $30 million
  • Obasanjo : Why Ribadu was poisoned
  • Labour heckles President on fuel scarcity, restates opposition to deregulation
  • APC : Saraki, Dogara are pro-PDP leaders
  • Marwa, supporters return to APC
  • NASCON pays N1.3 billion dividend, diversifies operations

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