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Today’s major headlines (Thursday, March 6, 2014)

  • Enough, North East governors beg Boko Haram
  • Why Minister of Sports, Bolaji Abdullahi was sacked
  • FG says terrorism stalls oil exploration in North
  • Gunmen kill 10, burn houses in Plateau
  • I don’t have record of my birthday, Obasanjo
  • It is criminal to build a house without toilet, says expert
  • Sound Sultan, wife welcome third baby
  • US freezes $458 million stolen by Sani Abacha
  • Obesere rape saga: Case transferred to SCID
  • Fashola accuses military personnel of  land grabbing
  • FG to reduce tariff on imported rice
  • Jilted 400 level OAU Law student commits suicide
  • Protect democracy, Amaechi begs Reps
  • Lagosians groan as fuel pump price hits N120 per litre
  • Boko Haram: FG shuts down five Unity schools, relocates students
  • FEC okays N272 billion France loan for power infrastructure in FCT
  • Mark preaches forgiveness at Lent
  • Number plate: deadline remains June 30 – FRSC
  • President Jonathan swears in eleven new Ministers
  • Okonjo Iweala: Nigeria suffering from resource curse
  • Fuel scarcity forces even women to take a ride on the roof of trains
  • Crisis rocks Kano PDP as caretaker leadership resigns
  • APC blames fuel scarcity on corruption, incompetence
  • Keystone Bank promotes 627
  • Justice Olotu sues NJC
  • Banks’ assets hit N24.335 trillion
  • Experts predict bright future for Nigeria’s economy
  • FG woos new investors with financial incentives on broad band
  • Ondo CP: We lack arms, ammunition, other facilities for effective policing
  • Editors to raise N850 million for secretariat
  • Benue Commissioner dies in India
  • Ekiti disburses N30 million car loan to teachers
  • Ukraine: EU to sanction Russia
  • Rivers revenue drops by N5 billion monthly
  • Dame Jonathan’s pastor goes to jail
  • I raped my daughter to get a job -Father
  • Centenary: Outrage as Abacha’s children attack Soyinka
  • Sweden suspends Uganda aid over anti-gay law
  • Niger extradites Gaddafi’s son, Saadi to Libya
  • Reps summon Iwu, Jega over N1 billion ballot paper contract
  • MTN Nigeria makes N794 billion revenue in 2013, pays N1.23 trillion taxes since inception
  • FEC approves $300 million diaspora bond for Nigeria

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