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Today’s major headlines (Tuesday, August 26, 2014)

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  • Cameroon confirms disarming Nigerian soldiers
  • No part of Nigeria’ll be used as experimental terror state –FG
  • Ebola : FG says 1 primary contact ready for discharge
  • Deputy Governor Of Enugu State Impeached For Running A Poultry At The Government House
  • Military, Boko Haram battle for border town
  • Mobile phone sends 15-year-old to untimely grave
  • Fresh crisis rocks Enugu PDP
  • Mystery monkey terrorises Ekiti community
  • At NBA conference, Jonathan, Tambuwal differ on elections
  • Ebola scare: Passengers quarantined for 90 minutes at Scottish Airport
  • Guber by-election: No vacancy in Adamawa,  Acting Gov tells Ribadu, Marwa, others
  • NEMA laments growing Boko Haram victims in North-East
  • 2015: Akpabio sets up hand-over committee
  • Group wants extension of voter registration in Sokoto
  • AFCON 2015 qualifiers: Keshi keeps self busy with Congo, S/Africa
  • CBN to set aside N50bn to support farmers –President
  • UBA Group appoints Tony Elumelu as Chairman
  • Jonathan to host Falconets
  • Umeh faction alleges plot to return Maigari through congress
  • Ebola taking ‘heavy toll’ on health staff -WHO
  • WHO calls for ban of E-cigarette use indoors
  • Nasarawa Assembly denies receiving panel report on Al-Makura
  • UK’s anti-terror scheme has failed -Muslim Council
  • Tackle illiteracy, UNESCO advises state govts
  • Enugu Assembly impeaches dep gov
  • NFF Glass House fire report ready this week -Official
  • Amazon buys video-game streaming site Twitch
  • NAMA tasks air traffic engineers on safety
  • French president accepts PM’s resignation
  • Japan ready to offer flu drug for Ebola
  • Man Utd agree £59.7m Di Maria fee
  • Auto crashes claim 31 in Osun
  • Doctors resume in Abuja, patients turnout huge
  • Jonathan returns from Germany
  • Mark asks traditional rulers to help fight insecurity
  • OAU reduces fees, resumes academic activities
  • Fashola advises student leaders to prepare for leadership
  • Government alone cannot tackle educational problems, says commissioner
  • Cremation: Nigerians, clerics weigh in
  • Commission interviews police officers for promotion to CP
  • Nasarawa: 17 killed in Eggon, Fulani clash
  • I won’t apologise to defectors, says Oshiomhole
  • Why I dropped presidential ambition –Ribadu
  • Court restrains FG from sacking 16,000 doctors
  • Owerri ex-chairmen oppose NBA conference
  • CJN, Anyim, Maku, others pay tribute to Akunyili
  • Reps ask NMA to apologise to Nigerians
  • Ebola: Japan offers drug, Nigerian patient to be discharged
  • Jonathan directs CBN to set aside N50bn Agric Mechanisation Fund
  • Apt Pension posts N140m profit in 2013
  • Stock Market resumes trading on negative note
  • CBN tasks Sokoto residents on MSMED Fund
  • Access Bank’s Q2 Interest income up 30 percent
  • NERC: No commercial excuses in new gas-to-power regime
  • Nigeria requires $40bn to transform its power sector
  • Lagos tasks residents on use of cooking gas
  • Techno Oil partners PPMC on use of LPG
  • Stemming the tide of influx of substandard lubricants in Nigeria

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