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Today’s major headlines (Tuesday, June 17, 2014)

  • Military arrests 486 suspected Boko Haram members in Abia
  • First Lady for another medical check-up in Germany
  • N’ Delta amnesty benefitted only a few, says confab panel
  • Budget Office puts external debt at $9.16b
  • Confab wants state of emergency in power sector
  • Corrupt, indolent judges to be sacked, says CJN
  • Iran holds Nigeria to goalless draw
  • Ado Bayero yet to visit Emir of Kano
  • Tarba killings: 24-hr curfew imposed on Wukari, Ibi as death toll hits 22
  • Fees Hike: LASU students, govt still on collision course
  • World Cup: Super Eagles did not seem to have a game plan – fans
  • I’ll still rebuild Achebe’s primary school buildings — Jonathan
  • Panic as mass transfer to North hits Anambra Police Command
  • Bamidele, Fayose accuse APC of importing thugs
  • Allegation of luggage pilfering resurfaces at Lagos Airport
  • Ekiti mechanics ask members to vote for Fayemi
  • PVCs: We’re not playing pranks – INEC
  • C’ttee faults privatization of PHCN
  • Medical workers threaten  nationwide strike
  • Gunmen kidnap Bayelsa commissioner’s mum, demand resignation as ransom
  • Soludo, Saraki still under investigation –EFCC
  • Ekiti guber: Court refuses to stop Fayose from contesting
  • Empowerment: Ekiti cooperative societies get N50m revolving loan
  • Fayose remains candidate to beat, says Falegan
  • INEC registers additional 123, 900 voters in Gombe
  • Ekiti guber: Police deploy hi-tech security equipment
  • CBN orders banks to refund ATM shortchanged customers
  • We maintain highest level on BSI test – CBN
  • Lagos wants life imprisonment for rapists
  • Police arraign 21 protesters for damaging train station
  • Subsidy Scam: EFCC declares German wanted
  • Group commends FG for creating consulate in China
  • Don’t forget Chibok girls, Brown urges
  • Govt must create hope in people –Mimiko
  • Taraba: 40 die in sectarian violence in Wukari
  • Scrapping amnesty programme’ll end Nigeria –Senator
  • Sudan didn’t frustrate Nyanya suspect’s extradition –Envoy
  • Commission, unions disagree over Bayelsa workers’ biometrics
  • NPC seeks Jonathan’s approval to conduct 2016 census
  • Group seeks Buhari’s intervention in APC crisis
  • Committee seeks 26% budgetary allocation for education
  • Our time is running out, Kutigi tells delegates
  • SURE-P warns employers, interns against fraud
  • UniAbuja shut over students protest
  • Boko Haram to Chibok: Expect us again
  • Jang’s son moves to stop Plateau Assembly’s probe
  • Investors see opportunities in Nigeria’s $700m pharma imports
  • Okomu Oil to invest N8bn for business expansion
  • NCR revert to profitability backed by cost reduction
  • NDIC extends deposit insurance coverage to mobile banking subscribers
  • Nigeria cocoa crop faces blackpod disease after rainfall
  • UBA launches new banking platform for companies
  • Fuel scarcity looms as independent marketers in NUPENG threaten strike
  • Three Nigerian banks win error-free processing award
  • Airport automation boosts revenue by 17% – FAAN
  • KPMG: Number of asset managers to halve by 2030
  • Higher food prices push inflation to 8% in May
  • Interswitch launches transport solution at MMA2
  • 60% Nigerians lacks access to electricity, says Nebo
  • Swift Oil acquires Chorus Energy

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