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Today’s major headlines (Tuesday, March 4, 2014)

  • Why fuel scarcity persists  – Marketers
  • Again, Boko Haram kills 36, razes houses, schools in Borno
  • DSS parades 7 suspects over assassination of Sheikh Albani
  • Fashola meets lawmakers over dwindling federal allocation
  • PDD is  the only platform for disadvantaged Nigerians like me to rise – Jonathan
  • NUPENG threatens action over assets divestment, others
  • Popular blogger jailed on anti-state charges
  • Dangote remains richest African, Bill Gates retakes world richest man crown
  • Nasarawa Deputy Governor dumps APC
  • Mixed reactions trail Pastor Chris Oyakhilome’s response on abortion on Facebook
  • Ekiti 2014: 12 aspirants pick PDP nomination forms
  • Boko Haram: Group berates FG
  • Sharia Appeal Court saves two suspects from amputation
  • Jonathan: We’ll begin campaign in six months
  • Labour Party many endorse Jonathan for 2015
  • Nigeria, 17 other African nations account for 15 percent of world oil production
  • NNPC injects additional 33 million litres of petrol in Lagos
  • N1 billion fraud: Court dismisses Ajudua’s application to quash charge
  • Tough times await manufacturers as FG set to scrap export grant
  • Low water levels at Hydro station to worsen power supply
  • Gunmen kill 3 policemen in Katsina
  • Yobe Killings: Parents, students protest in Lagos
  • 119 students escape death as another students’ hostel burns at FGGC Umuahia
  • APC: PDP can’t rule Yorubaland again
  • I remain the authentic PDP National Secretary, says Oyinlola
  • Man, 40, remanded for defiling 4 year old girl
  • Gunmen kidnap legislator in Bauchi
  • Kutigi to chair National Conference
  • Amaechi blasts FG over Centenary celebrations
  • Pandemonium in bank over bomb uncovered in Osun
  • World Cup hiccups under control, says Blatter
  •  Communal crisis stalls Akwa Ibom dam construction
  • Rolls Royce: India puts all deals on hold
  • Congestion at train stations as fuel scarcity worsens
  • Nurses postpone strike indefinitely
  • Angry people at risk of having heart attacks
  • Why we killed Islamic cleric, Sheikh Albani – Boko Haram
  • Dana crash: Victims’ families, witnesses ‘lose interest’ in Coroner’s inquest
  • Commuters to Apapa caught in 4 hour traffic gridlock as business groan
  • Oil rises by $3
  • PPPRA resurrects fuel scarcity agony on late payment
  • Edo signs MOU worth N85.5 billion with four investors

 

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