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Today’s major headlines (Tuesday, February 25, 2014)

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  • Sanusi is still CBN governor –Jonathan
  • Gunmen kidnap Jonathan’s adopted father in Bayelsa
  • Fresh protest greets alleged mission $20 billion oil revenue
  • Man, 25, kills 56-year old father in Sokoto
  • Ukraine to form unity government
  • Cuban cigar sales jump 8% in 2013 – Report
  • No plan to send military administrator to Borno – Jonathan
  • Confab:  Southern leaders to seek more powers for states
  • INEC will protect corps members in 2015 – Jega
  • Sanusi’s suspension stalls CBN’s budget defence
  • Presidency plotting to impeach Nasarawa governor – NGF
  • Again, PDP suit against defected governors suffers setback
  • CLO faults closure of Bayelsa NUJ secretariat
  • APC governors vow to tackle unemployment
  • 40 Boko Haram members convicted, says AGF
  • FG may extend IG’s tenure
  • Confab: Lagos wants new revenue formula
  • Jonathan asks Boko Haram to embrace peace
  • ‘I’ve power to suspend Sanusi’ – GEJ
  • 2014 budget already in deficit – Reps
  • My problem with Northern leaders – by Oritsejafor
  • NGF condemns Sanusi’s suspension
  • Pedestrians appeals to LASG to enforce Zebra crossing signs
  • Funke AKindele, Osita Iheme headline AMVCA nominations
  • Nude photos of our Apostle on internet is blackmail – C & S Church
  • APC yet to have clear cut manifesto
  • N37.6 billion compensation: Odi community asks court to jail Sanusi, others
  • Shagari: Northern leaders should reciprocate South South’s gesture by re-electing Jonathan
  • FG to slash import tariff on rice, says Okonjo-Iweala
  • Expert advocates measure for cement standardization in Nigeria
  • Naira firms as forex market stabilizes
  • Over 400 Nigerian victims of  CAR crisis trapped in Cameroun
  • Tension in Jos over alleged killing of 9 hunters
  • Abuja bound Arik Air flight in near crash
  • NSE index rises 1.1% as equity market rebounds
  • Sanusi: We are with Jonathan – Senate
  • Boko Haram kills 29 college students
  • Ejigbo 3: Suspects paraded
  • Gunmen shoot at Borno gov’s convoy, hit commissioner’s vehicle
  • Concern over rising unemployment
  • FG promises to tackle high interest rate
  • Don’t implement ex-CBN governor’s policies –Jimoh Ibrahim
  • Shoprite half year profit growth slows, shares drop

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