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Today’s major headlines (Thursday, June 5, 2014)

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  • Confab recommends part-time legislature
  • Stockfish, others blamed for falling sperm rates
  • Shekarau, Adeyeye, others make ministerial list
  • U.S. dumps Nigeria’s crude oil
  • Senate empowers INEC to delist parties
  • Cameroonian army kills 60 Boko Haram members
  • 100 killed in Borno communal clash
  • Welby Archbishop of Canterbury, meets with Jonathan
  • Police arraign 8 LASU students over fee protest
  • Armed men invade college, molest female students in Makurdi
  • APC calls for Mbu’s dismissal over
  • Oil subsidy is a scam – Chibudom Nwuche
  • Jonathan presents N322bn NDDC budget proposal to Senate
  • North’s position on Igbo is insulting — Ezike, Executive Director, CLO
  • Jonathan paying lip service to anti-graft war – Obe, Melaye, Ubani, others
  • FG will explore all options to secure release of Chibok girls
  • Nigeria, Chinese investors plan trade facilitation
  • Local newspaper publishers condemn clampdown on circulation in Bayelsa
  • House orders N225m bullet-proof cars returned to contractor
  • Let’s remove fuel subsidy — Mimiko
  • CBN’s deposit rate discouraging interbank lending —MPC member
  • Ogun woos investors on tomato production
  • Labour laments plight of Delta pensioners
  • Weak parties must go –Senate
  • APC convention: Ikimi, Oyegun in race for chairmanship
  • Jonathan nominates Shekarau, Adeyeye, 2 others as ministers
  • Voters’ registration: Complaints galore in states
  • Woman fleeing Boko Haram attack delivers baby in bush
  • NADECO insists on regionalism
  • Terrorism: We saw it coming –Gen. Temlong
  • FG okays $242.2m IDA loans for Lagos infrastructure, education
  • Osaze: I want to give my all in Brazil
  • Eagles didn’t play to style against Greece – Keshi
  • New CBN governor meets Jonathan
  • Kogi appoints new Accountant-General
  • English Premier League revenues break £3bn mark
  • Borno begins search for schools for Chibok girls
  • NLC says Akpabio’s pension law is absurd
  • LASU crises fuelled by detractors –Govt
  • NUC director urges dialogue to end ASUU strikes
  • Jonathan steps up battle for 2015 presidential election
  • oney laundering: Court adjourns Ikuforiji’s trial
  • Oshiomhole orders demolition of kidnappers’ den
  • Death toll in Borno village attacks hits 100
  • Court summons Aganga, SON over cement standard
  • FBN Capital sees Nigeria reforms accelerating post elections
  • Lagos releases N2bn to HOMS contractors to increase housing stock
  • Surge in cost-to-income ratio undercuts Abbey Mortgage profits
  • Standard Chartered Bank commits $10.7bn to Africa’s growth
  • Akwa Ibom power stakeholders express concern over PHEDC operations
  • Skye Bank, Emirates unveil travel package
  • Stanbic, CSL, Rencap, Cordros dominate trading at Stock Market
  • Dana: AIB orders airline, NCAA to review operations
  • BPE: Nigeria has spent N370.8bn on settlement of PHCN workers
  • Lafarge seeks merger to rival Dangote cement
  • FirstBank supports tertiary education
  • Cashless policy to reduce cash transactions by 70 percent, says Mastercard
  • Anambra guber tribunal affirms Obiano’s election

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