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Today’s major headlines (Thursday, October 2, 2014)

  • FG ready for talks with insurgents, others, says President Jonathan
  • ‘70% of ICT challenges in Nigeria, S’Africa, others due to poor skills’
  • Nigeria, China celebrate independence with prospect of better relations
  • Borno CAN charges leaders on accountability, transparency
  • Ekiti crisis: You’re biased, PDP tells CJ
  • 2015: Presidency defends Jonathan’s adoption
  • Reject PDP’s tyranny now, Buhari urges Nigerians
  • Low-key independence anniversary in Abuja
  • Nigeria undergoing economic revitalisation, says Kalu
  • Nigeria at 54: We should roll out drums –Zwingina
  • Guber candidate slumps during debate
  • Fresh protest in Abuja over abducted Chibok girls
  • Enugu guber: Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi is right choice –Igwesi
  • Money has stopped winning election in Anambra –Maja Umeh
  • Day Obiano’s wife empowered Aguata council women
  • We’ll act on recommendations of national conference –Jonathan
  • Nigeria to spend $3.9 trn to meet infrastructure needs –Oteh
  • FG launches SONCAP to check substandard vehicles
  • 6 firms unveil Festac phase 2 project
  • Namibia 2014: Oparanozie, Ordega light up Falcons camp
  • Why Nigerian players suffer – Siasia
  • I am alive, says Shekau
  • Angry Birds maker Rovio to lay off 130 staff
  • PDP may lose A’Ibom governorship over imposition -Ex-dep gov
  • NRA counsels Pinnick, calls for peace in NFF
  • N176m fraud: Court frees Ogbulafor, convicts co-accused
  • FRSC plans radar device to check overspeeding
  • Ex-Obasanjo spokesperson, Remi Oyo, dies at 62
  • US records first Ebola case
  • Protest over Jonathan’s silence on Chibok girls
  • Jonathan, Sambo celebrate inside Villa
  • 10 children, others killed in Homs double blasts
  • Terrorism: TUC faults Jonathan’s decision to borrow $1bn
  • Tension in Bayelsa over lawmaker’s gov ambition
  • Cholera, measles kill 70 in Taraba refugee camp
  • Chibok girls: Ezekwesili, others fault FG’s rescue plan
  • Alao-Akala, Folarin congratulate Jonathan
  • Embrace the spirit of service, Fashola urges Nigerians
  • Average citizens are still suffering —Amosun
  • Amaechi calls for sober reflection
  • Ekiti PDP accuses CJ of bias
  • With PDP Nigeria is in trouble, says Buhari
  • S’Africa’s Tutu backs Hong Kong protesters
  • Tackle unemployment, Methodist prelate tells FG
  • Uduaghan frees three on death row
  • CLO seeks support for Jonathan
  • 2015: Akande-Adeola tasks women on elective positions
  • Court registrars vow to implement financial autonomy
  • APC dares INEC over illegal campaigns
  • I saw the Synagogue tragedy coming – TB Joshua
  • Politician vandalises pipeline to raise campaign funds
  • Ghana plans to export electricity to Nigeria
  • National Human Rights Commission boss tackles Oritsejafor
  • Jonathan calls for peace as Boko Haram kidnaps 35
  • Gowon predicts brighter future for Nigeria
  • CBN unveils collateral registry regulations to enhance access to credit
  • Nigeria establishes 118 power projects to address electricity challenges
  • Nigeria-China trade volume rises to $11.76bn in 2014
  • CWG Academy trains 500 ICT professional in four years
  • GE Foundation supports fight against Ebola with $2m
  • At 54, Telecoms has impacted Nigerian economy
  • Global Institutional Investors endorse Africa at New York Summit
  • Made of Black: Guinness’ New re-launch pad
  • Minister to lead broadband discussions at WAFICT Congress 2014
  • Smile wins ICT Investment Award, promises expansion
  • Layer3 to build PAU’s software defined network architecture

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