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Today’s major headlines (Tuesday, October 7, 2014)

Nigerian-Newspapers
  • S’ Africa seizes fresh N952m cash for arms from Nigeria
  • NERC to monitor use of CBN’s $213b intervention fund
  • Man dies from Ebola-like Marburg virus in Uganda
  • Jonathan for LCBC summit in Niamey
  • Military, Boko Haram in bloody battle
  • Etiebet knocks Akpabio over comments at church
  • Boko Haram: Jonathan attends security summit in Niamey today
  • Bakassi not Nigeria’s territory – Surveyor-General
  • Amosun’s wife flags-off Ogun community-based health scheme
  • Mu’azu: The challenge of reconciliation in PDP
  • Hajj committee wants FG to re-open Maiduguri Airport
  • Navy arrests 50 vandals in Lagos
  • Land dispute: Groups petition IGP, Ajimobi against NURTW members
  • Enugu Politics: Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi can end dichotomy of state
  • CBN and Nigeria’s new financial system strategy
  • Ecobank fast-tracks savings culture among un-banked
  • FG to raise $10bn for Wholesale Devt Bank
  • Sterling Bank sponsors social media awards
  • Wives of Anambra council chairmen extol Obiano’s agric, security policies
  • Ijebu State: Awujale calls on FG, NASS to expedite action
  • Boosting military’s morale, key to fighting insecurity – Group
  • Amnesty’s report is nonsensical, expert tells US
  • Two million Muslim pilgrims end annual hajj
  • DNA will end Shekau’s death controversy – Expert
  • Nigeria army ambushes, arrests group on Niger border
  • 2015: Nobody can intimidate me, says Wike
  • Atiku calls for devolution of power
  • Presidential primaries’ll not divide APC, says Saraki
  • Ex-gov calls for overhaul of electoral process
  • One million Nigerian adults are blind, says report
  • FRSC arrests 6,127 traffic offenders in Delta, Anambra
  • Senator defends trial of fishermen, smugglers
  • Ekiti indigenes’ll go on exile for Fayose –Falana
  • Col, 15 others to face trial over Chibok girls
  • Marketers make N148.5bn illegal profit on kerosene
  • 154 churches deserted in Borno, others —Catholic Church
  • Arms deal: S’Africa seizes Nigerian firm’s $5.7m
  • Mass grave found near Mexico town
  • Haiti wreck not Columbus flagship -UNESCO
  • Imo 10 years backward, Rep seeking gov ticket
  • Power: NERC issues disbursement terms for N213bn CBN fund
  • Abuja International Trade Fair rakes in N1.5bn
  • Drilling rig for 200,000bpd Egina Oilfield sails to Nigeria
  • Labour faults NIMC claim on 600 “fake workers”
  • FG to send local content policy on power to National Assembly
  • Shell’s forcados terminal achieves 14-year safety milestone
  • GE sends 15 Nigerian technicians to Brazil for training
  • Lagos kicks off energy conservation month
  • ECOWAS-EU Agreement: Private stakeholders proffer way forward
  • Samsung, Ladol, a partnership that boosts local content
  • HR expert harps on importance of coaching for executives
  • Makinde raises the bar on Oyo Governorship Race
  • Total eclipse of the moon occurs tomorrow
  • Shagari: Nigerians will re-elect Jonathan in 2015

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