Today’s major headlines (Tuesday, June 16, 2015)

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  • Ambode dissolves boards of govt agencies
  • Kidnapped Ondo regent rescued
  • Anambra begins disbursement of N2bn small business loans
  • No going back on grass-roots dev ─Lagos dep gov
  • LUTH doctors begin warning strike, threaten total shutdown
  • Ogun tipper drivers protest extortion by govt officials
  • Court refuses to stop EFCC, others from arresting Nyako
  • Kashamu withdraws N20bn libel suit against Obasanjo
  • Sudanese president defies court order, leaves S’Africa
  • IG asks Nigerians to report corrupt policemen
  • ‘N’Assembly members get N9bn jumbo pay next week’
  • My regret as INEC chairman – Jega
  • N8bn scam: Court dismisses CBN workers’ bail applications
  • Ramadan: Islamic scholar appeals to traders over price increase
  • APC administration intends to kill corruption in Nigeria, we will do our best – Buhari
  • At the 8th National Assembly election: PDP giveth and PDP taketh
  • Nigerians divided over AU’s single currency, passport proposal
  • Dogara urges lawmakers to work in the interest of Nigerians
  • Blatter to skip U-20 final in New Zealand
  • NDIC: Banks in Nigeria are healthy
  • Shareholders of Legacy Pension Approve N157.6m dividend
  • GSK shareholders get dividend, bonus shares
  • NERC moves to seal gas pact on Egbin Power Plant
  • NLNG boss tasks procurement managers on transparency, cost efficiency



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