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Today’s major headlines (Tuesday, April 29, 2014)

  • Confab panel seeks scrapping of councils, NULGE kicks
  • Senate may pass PIB, others soon
  • Court tells Reps not to probe Alison-Madueke over plane
  • Labour shuts 7 DISCOs, as sack letters arrive nationwide
  • Amaka Igwe, renowned Nollywood Movie Producer is dead
  • Boko Haram, our common enemy –Sheriff
  • Drivers, traders pledge support for Fayemi’s re-election
  • Armed thugs invade The Sun office in Aba, beat up staff, vendors
  • Total emergency: Don’t provoke us, Geidam, Nyako warn Clark
  • 350 houses submerged, 1,000 displaced by flood in Calabar
  • House of Reps lied on probe of Petroleum Minister
  • FG Introduces new security measures at major airports
  • Fashola tells Chibok indigenes to remain hopeful on return of schoolgirls
  • Alleged N10bn jet scam probe: We’re still studying order restraining us-Reps
  • Strike: ASUP, COEASU and civil society groups embark on street protest today
  • Bayelsa recruits over 1000 youths for state security outfit
  • HQ weighs options on rescue of abducted schoolgirls
  • Navy hands over seized merchant vessel to EFFC
  • FG inaugurates Committee to review LG Scheme of Service
  • Committee stops agitation for State Police
  • Northern leaders have no moral justification to insist on Presidency
  • Agbakoba to NBA: Don’t deny South-west their right
  • Electricity workers protest non-payment of entitlements in Ekiti, Ondo, Edo
  • Alamieyeseigha: Nigerians, expatriates involved in oil Theft, kidnapping
  • CJN: Governorship election petitions should end at Appeal Court
  • NLC seeks harmonisation of salaries
  • WHO tasks private sector on malaria prevention
  • Cashew farmers want FG to provide storage centres
  • PMS sells above N97 per litre
  • Why I did not report Obiano’s alleged double registration to police- Ngige
  • Nigeria needs 51,000 engineers to boost power sector reform, says Institute
  • Murtala Nyako’s seditious hate songs
  • Kaduna seals pact with IDB on $141m facility
  • Non-payment of N18.2b purchased power worries Genco
  • Skye Bank posts N13.6b interest income in Q1
  • BBC partners BlackBerry to deliver Hausa News in Nigeria
  • Delta to embark on anti-terrorism campaigns
  • Missing Plane: Japan requests to join panel on MH370 probe
  • UN, IOC sign agreement on sport for peace
  • DPR seals 18 filling stations in Abuja
  • Insecurity: Adamawa monarch seeks divine intervention
  • Nasarawa earmarks N700m for fertiliser
  • Bayelsa inaugurates security scheme to combat oil theft
  • NAFDAC sanctions 14 companies in Edo
  • Engine fire prompts Australian plane to turn back
  • Power: FG inaugurates committee on industrial relations
  • Imam appeals to politicians to unite against terrorism
  • No automatic ticket for returnees in 2015 –PDP
  • Appeal Court hears Umeh’s suit against removal as APGA Chair today
  • Stop intimidating our members, Osun APC warns Adesiyan, Obanikioro, Omisore
  • Heineken’s Q1 revenue exceeds analysts’ estimates on Nigeria
  • FCMB boosts human capital with two new directors
  • Nigeria’s fiscal position to force reforms post – election
  • CPC orders Aero to compensate passengers for rights abuse
  • Oando, Sterling, set to boost Nigeria’s crude oil output
  • Match-fixing allegation rocks S’Eagles 2010 W’Cup qualification
  • Okagbare ready for Frazer-Price
  • Telecom operators decry extension of SIM card ban
  • Unlawful govt, military officials barred from restricted airport areas

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