Today’s major headlines (Tuesday, January 28, 2014)

  • APC Senators ignore party directives, screen service chiefs
  • Ministers with political ambition should resign  -President
  • UN urges end to ransom payments to terrorists
  • D’Banj takes to farming ,encourage youths in agriculture
  • El-Rufai released by SSS after 15 hours
  • Jonathan visits Adamawa today
  • Kalu bows to Ohaneze, shelves presidential ambition
  • INEC releases timetable for Osun governorship election
  • Kwankwaso to Jonathan – You’re not qualified to contest in 2015
  • Suntai admits he’s not fit to govern Taraba State
  • PDP crisis: Muazu won’t make difference –Atiku
  • Siasia warns Keshi over Eagles’ defence
  • Boko Haram kills 74 in Borno, Adamawa attacks
  • INEC’s timetable is Presidency’s script, says Kwankwaso
  • Arsenal signs £150 million Puma kit deal
  • 3,000 APC members defect to PDP in Yobe
  • Abuja residents bemoan rising rent, seek legal control
  • FBN Holding Plc launches refresh corporate identity
  • Nigeria’s crude oil production to hit 2.7 mpb by 2020
  • Customs rake in N833.3 billion revenue in 2013
  • Jonathan admits error in governance
  • Imo govt. deports 84 Boko Haram suspects to Katsina
  • MASSOB, traders clash in Onitsha
  • Subsidy debt: MONAN alerts of impending fuel scarcity
  • Court extends order against Chevron over sale of three oil blocks
  • Fashola honours 2002 bomb blast victims

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