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Today’s major headlines (Thursday, June 26, 2014)

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  • 22 die in Abuja, Mubi blasts, suspect arrested
  • Court orders BUK to reinstate sacked lecturer
  • Obiano presents 100 days’ scorecard
  • Join 2015 presidential race now, group urges Saraki
  • We gave too much respect to Argentina – Keshi
  • 21 killed in fresh Abuja explosion
  • 16 soldiers, scores of insurgents killed in Borno clash
  • Gallant Eagles qualify for 2nd round
  • 21 killed in fresh Abuja explosion
  • 4 killed as car bomb goes off near Lagos tank farm
  • Court remands 4 internet fraudsters over killing of couple
  • Landlord drags church to court over unpaid rent
  • Police nab 4 human parts dealers in Lagos
  • Groups give Delta two weeks ultimatum over alleged unpaid salary arrears
  • Ritualists’ den uncovered, 8 kidnapped victims rescued in Lagos
  • Ogun govt resolves Awolowo market crisis
  • Anger as Kutigi unleashes DSS on Journalists
  • New Telegraph Managing Editor, 20 killed in fresh attack on Abuja
  • Boko Haram worse than civil war, Jonathan insistsBoko Haram:
  • Tambuwal seeks establishment of counter-terrorism centre
  • Explosions rock Apapa
  • Fayose gets certificate of return today
  • Edo assembly crisis: House adjourns sitting to 2 different dates
  • How Ekiti workers, others deceived Fayemi with ‘endorsements’
  • CBN refunds N14.7bn excess bank charges to customers
  • NERC assures on 6,000MW power generation by year end
  • FG recovers N645.34bn from oil companies in five years – NEITI audit report
  • Coys delisting in investors’ interest, says Onyema
  • FCT minister assures of strict security measures in Abuja
  • Fayose condemns Abuja bomb blast
  • New Flight MH370 search area announced
  • 20 suspected Boko Haram members arrested in Enugu
  • Jet: Court bars IG from arresting Diezani, others
  • Kaduna killings: Death toll rises to 66
  • Soldiers’ attack: NSA apologises to Tambuwal
  • B’Haram war worse than civil war, President insists
  • Expect more peaceful elections in 2015, says AIG
  • Anti-Jonathan forces behind bombings, says PDP
  • Death of pregnant mothers worries Fashola’s wife
  • FG approves N14.7bn contract for FCT community
  • Nigeria’s education curriculum defective, says Lekan Are
  • LASG builds N5.2bn plant to treat wastewater
  • Regency Insurance Q1 profits surge by 102.8%
  • Norway’s $880bn SWF to target frontier markets like Nigeria
  • ‘Bilateral trade between Nigeria/Britain to exceed £8bn target this year’
  • Glo is preferred destination for porting subscribers – NCC data
  • Global cybercrime market worth hits $288bn
  • Shelter Afrique, FG to deliver 10,000 affordable houses in six months – Afolayan
  • NSE: Transactions remain upbeat on Wednesday
  • Court asks SON to explain rationale for new cement grade
  • Shell pays $70bn to FG in five years
  • Capital market needs efficiency – Lemo
  • FCMB to raise $300m for consumer lending

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