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Today’s major headlines (Tuesday, March 11, 2014)

  • National conference: FG in fix over delegates’ accommodation
  • At last, Jonathan kicks off construction of second Niger Bridge
  • Scarcity: Alison-Madueke gives 48 hour deadline
  • Relocation of academy from Jos to Enugu not political, says FRSC
  • China deploys satellites in hunt for missing plane
  • Yobe emir dies in auto crash
  • We are seeing hell – Borno elders
  • Obesere rape saga: Save me from untimely death – Victim
  • Boko Haram invades Adamawa
  • 3 burnt to death in Ibadan church inferno
  • Enugu attack: Police, MASSOB disagree over identity of suspects
  • Ekiti 2014: PDP clears 13 aspirants
  • Rigging will be difficult in 2015 –INEC
  • Dangote hits market with 52.4N grade of cement
  • All parties are guilty of pre-emptive political campaign – Jega
  • Tanker fire destroys 12 transmission towers in Delta
  • Five in police net for allegedly stealing 3-day old baby
  • Boko Haram: House declares today mourning day for slain children
  • Yero begs for forgiveness as Jonathan visits Kaduna
  • Fuel scarcity: NLC warns against imminent halt to national economy
  • Nigerians spent $350 million on health care in India in 2013
  • My directors have been feeding me with lies, FCT Minister cries out
  • Bayelsa denies suit against EFCC to recover Alamieyesiagha’s loot
  • FG introduces Centenary lottery programme to reward Nigerians
  • Global food price hike will not impact Nigeria negatively, says FG
  • FG hands over Iwopin Paper Company to private investors
  • Girl, 8, allegedly commits suicide in Nsukka
  • Eagles to earn $10,000 per win
  • Keshi is 24th best
  • Obi, Shekarau, Gbemi Saraki, others may be named ministers
  • APC to Jonathan: Visit Yobe pupils’ families
  • 2015: Jega defends INEC’s two-day election timetable
  • I tried to trace missing $20 billion – Sanusi
  • Stop disparaging me, Omisore tells Ige’s son
  • Nigerians to own houses with N1.5 million –FHA
  • Dry season: rice farmers demand water pumps from FG
  •  Missing plane: No terror link in stolen passports
  • E-Commerce giant, ebay cut CEO’s pay by 53 percent
  • Student leader killed in Venezuela
  • Atiku commends Jonathan on second Niger Bridge
  • Israel fears future drone attacks
  • FG loses N125 billion on importation of fish, says minister
  • Atuche loses bid to stop trial
  • FIRS generates N9.8 trillion in two years
  • Global debts exceed $100 trillion as governments binge, BIS says
  • Political uncertainty, oil income top Nigeria’s risks, IMF says
  • 2014 budget faces poor implementation over delay, election spending

 

 

 

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