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Today’s major headlines (Tuesday, March 29, 2016)

  • Fayose promoting cloudy characters above Ekiti-born UNILAG record-breaker, Ayodele Dada- APC
  • 2016 Budget provison in Trillion Naira
  • Edo 2016: We’re ready to chase out Oshiomhole, APC —PDP Rep
  • Bello cries out, says Kogi yet to secure bailout fund
  • Rep empowers constituents with N4m for skill acquisition
  • Delta monarch commends Okowa on infrastructure
  • Angry youths barricade ExxonMobil gates over oil spill
  • Muslim leaders allege forceful detention by Okowa’s aide
  • Mrs Mark, NGO give succour to Agatu crisis victims
  • Corruption in civil service killing Kogi — Bello
  • Boko Haram: Army kills 29 terrorists, rescues 72 hostages
  • 99-yr-old Delta monarch who reads without glasses
  • Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun reveals construction of mini refinery
  • Fear of job losses grip Cross River teachers as assembly okays SUBEB verification
  • Edo 2016: Edebiri assures on functional education
  • Insurgency: Obasanjo commends Buhari on actions in N/East
  • Budget reduction not an issue — Petroleum experts
  • Labour tackles Baba Ijebu over unfair practices
  • We’ll make up in Egypt — Siasia
  • Chewing stick is as good as toothbrush — DTRBN
  • Forex: Foreign airlines’ blackmail won’t fly —CBN
  • Agatu crisis: Idoma, Fulani communities agree on ceasefire
  • Kachikwu is misunderstood — Depot operators
  • Electricity supply: GENCOs, DISCOs plead for more time
  • Boko Haram has bombed ‘Great’ out of our Ife
  • Rivers re-run: Army to handover 46 political thugs for prosecution
  • Onojie of Uromi confers Adolor title on Onolemenmen
  • Fuel Scarcity: Senate summons Kachikwu
  • MTN Foundation set to reduce hearing impairment in Nigeria
  • Ntel set for full return of SAT-3 submarine cable
  • More world champions‘ll come from Police – Arase
  • The role Late Oba Sijuade played in my ascension — Ooni
  • Military seeks speedy passage of DSA bill
  • Fayose, threat to national security — APC
  • Gbaramatu killing: Ijaw group threatens legal action
  • Expect global oil shock, IEA warns


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