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Today’s Major Headlines, Thursday, May 26, 2016

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  • Breaking: Avengers bomb Chevron’s Escravos tank farm in Delta
  • FG, states, LGs share N281bn
  • Court dissolves 17-year-old marriage over secret house built by wife
  • Arsenal to block Iwobi from Olympics
  • Tension in N-Delta as ultimatum to Danjuma, Atiku, others expires today
  • Nigeria lacks think-tanks, thought leadership for devt — Utomi
  • 40 Nigerians deported from UK, Australia
  • Reps stop NNPC’s bid to sell 3 refineries
  • Army Medical Corps retires 14 generals
  • Alleged killing of herdsmen: North raising false alarm against Ndigbo — IPOB
  • Appoint Supreme Court Justices from outside- UAC tells Buhari
  • Dangote contributes 53% of govt revenue in mineral resources sector
  • PDP Crisis: IGP meets Makarfi, Sheriff
  • Dependence on oil, Nigeria’s costly mistake — Buhari
  • Private jetty operators flout FG directives on mid-stream discharge
  • Why Senate should pass Sexual Harassment Bill —Omo-Agege
  • 50 million Nigerians lack access to water—Minister
  • Economic Recession: Senate summons CBN gov, Finance Minister
  • Herdsmen’s attacks: Police to train Enugu vigilante groups
  • 3, 000 accounts operated by ghost workers uncovered in Kogi
  • Delta community protests, shuts market over alleged takeover
  • Imo pensioners cry out over non-payment of entitlements
  • PDP S’East chairman, community leader mourn senator Offia Nwali
  • How I emerged overall LASU best student —Aderibigbe
  • BoI commissions 24kw off-grid solar power in Kaduna
  • 17 Eagles in France, visa delays Iheanacho, Omeruo
  • Nimbo attack: How Police nabbed 5 suspects
  • Nobody can destroy PDP —Gov Wike
  • Shell to cut another 2,200 jobs
  • WHO cautions on re-emerging infectious diseases
  • States endorse 22-point Fiscal Reform Action Plan
  • Tomato crisis spreads panic in Nigeria
  • Stop outsourcing of refineries, Reps tell NNPC
  • Stocks rise, Naira falls to N350/$ as investors await flexible forex policy
  • FCMB unveils business expansion strategy
  • UBA, Konga partner to promote e-Commerce

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