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Today’s major headlines (Thursday, March 13, 2014)

  • Controversy surrounds Gusau’s purported resignation
  • Suswan, cause of our clashes with Tiv – Herdsmen
  • National Confab lacks legitimacy  – Northern elders
  • UN and Congo troops attack Hutu rebels
  • Angelina Jolie to have more surgery
  • G7 warns Russia on ‘annexing’ Crimea
  • Lagos becoming a model of education in Nigeria
  • Judge’s absence faults Sanusi’s suit against Jonathan
  • Defecting senators await court verdict
  • UN rights chief visits Nigeria over anti-gay law
  • ‘Insurgency in North will end soon’
  • Violence as voter registration begins in Osun
  • Tackle graft with stiffer penalty  – Jack Straw
  • Missing oil money: Sanusi’s claim, cheap blackmail- FG
  • We seized Enugu Govt. House for 4 hours, says Onwuka, BZM leader
  • FESTAC boat mishap: bodies of 3 siblings, boat boy, 9 others recovered
  • FG demands action from South Africa over assaulted Nigerian
  • Jonathan’s cousin regains freedom
  • 2015: US supports Nigeria with $15 million
  • Ekiti 2014: Why Fayemi turned me into a villain – Bamidele
  • LP denies handing over Ogun structure to Daniel
  • CBN imposes N10 million fine for use of unlicenced e-payment solutions
  • Police raid embassy, arrest 27
  • No money is missing from Police Pension Fund – Okonjo Iweala
  • AU inaugurates South Sudan commission of inquiry
  • NUPENG government not to sell nation’s refineries
  • Edo teachers’ test holds March 22
  • FG okays forensic audit of NNPC, asks Sanusi to respond to allegations
  • Conference: South West Govs. protest to Jonathan over region’s delegates
  • Pastor remanded in prison for assaulting colleagues
  • Tambuwal: 2015 will not disintegrate Nigeria
  • Midnight fire razes Lagos market
  • Tambuwal, Jega: N45 billion inadequate for INEC
  • FG moves to privatize roads, airports, seaports
  • OPEC worried as US, others increase supply to 1.33 million bpd
  • We are restructuring INEC for 2015, says Jega
  • Civil Defence Corps seizes 15,000 litres of fuel from vandals
  • Nigeria’s 2013 advertising, spend jumps to N125 billion


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