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Today’s major headlines (Thursday, October 9, 2014)

  • Ngilari sworn in as Adamawa gov after court removes Fintiri
  • Abdusalami, Amaechi lament unabated killings in N’ East, urge dialogue
  • Odili-Idiagbor: Burdens of national electronic ID card
  • West Africa leaders step up fight against Boko Haram
  • Uduaghan, Adesina, others chart new course for women at The Sun Summit
  • LASU reads riot act to external students
  • Arms deal: APC asks FG to explain Asari Dokubo’s involvement
  • Akwa Ibom 2015: PDP crisis deepens
  • Police lock up Assemblies of God Church in Enugu
  • Why I left APGA –Obi
  • Ebola: First patient diagnosed with disease in US is dead
  • Enugu guber: Obeta finally steps down for Ugwuanyi
  • Kano Disco shareholders petition BPE, bank over N670m infraction
  • X-Gen ignites innovative trading capabilities – NSE
  • NIMC makes case for e-ID as travelling document
  • Don’t divide Eagles over Ike Uche, Keshi begs Nigerians
  • Galadima heads Reconciliation Committee
  • Nigeria ‘ll be among 10 countries contributing to global poverty in 2030 —World Bank
  • Muazu, PDP, Mark, Daniel beg Obasanjo for forgiveness
  • Nigeria threatens South Africa over ‘frozen’ weapons deal
  • Mutiny: Agbakoba drags Army to court over death sentence on 12 soldiers
  • Abuja suit: PDP accuses APC of fresh plot to stall Fayose’s inauguration
  • Delta 2015: I am the non-controversial aspirant — Tony Obuh
  • Decline in external reserve: Naira depreciation to persist
  • LADOL, Samsung to establish N51bn vessel fabrication facility
  • Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industrydecries delay in registration of businesses by CAC
  • Dagogo-Jack tackles Amaechi over comments on Jonathan
  • Nigerians warned against purchasing recalled cars
  • Deepening insurance penetration through financial inclusion
  • 2015 presidency: Lack of interest by Igbos politicians worries Okorocha
  • Are you expecting military to drop a $15, 000 bomb on two people? – Badeh
  • Ebola: Financial impact may hit $32.6bn by 2015, says World Bank
  • Standard Chartered Bank launches consumer price tracker
  • Fitch predicts drop in profits for banks
  • TD Group expands operation, secures N18bn fund
  • NITDA begins fresh drive to boost ICT usage in Government
  • Globacom launches Glo Prive, pledges huge benefits
  • Micro Station improves customer services
  • Kano unveils eCommerce Project
  • AFFCON to consolidate on N200 billion annual income
  • MTN slashes data, call, sms roaming rates to Saudi Arabia
  • MainOne supports first DEMO Africa Conference
  • Computer warehouse COO bags IOD Fellowship
  • Chime: How we arrived at who’ll succeed me
  • Okonjo-Iweala makes strong case for global fight against Ebola
  • Airtel boosts internet, data experience of customers

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