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Today’s major headlines (Wednesday, April 16, 2014)

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  • Kwankwaso embezzled my campaign fund, Jonathan alleges 
  • Obanikoro soiled his hands in Ondo by-election -INEC 
  • Boko Haram abducts 100 school girls in Borno 
  • 10 month-old baby reunites with ‘missing’ mother 
  • Five students dead in Canada ‘mass murder’ 
  • Confab releases Committee’s list 
  • Let’s unite against terrorism -IGP 
  • FCTA to install explosive detection device in buses 
  • Ikorodu moves to produce Fashola’s successor 
  • Four injured as bus somersaults on Third Mainland Bridge 
  • Govt. rules out mass burial for victims 
  • NEMA pleads for more blood donation 
  • Tambuwal, Saraki, others donate blood 
  • Gunmen kidnap Kogi Speakers’ children 
  • PDP Rally: ‘You’re insensitive, callous,’ Northern groups tell Jonathan 
  • N10 billion water business thrives in Nigeria daily -NAFDAC 
  • Terrorism –Delegates ask FG to shut borders 
  • FG, states share N641.38 billion from federation account 
  • Psychiatric cases among young Nigerians increasing – JUTH 
  • Super Falcons to remain in camp during Easter 
  • Prices of fish, bread pushes inflation to 7.8 per cent 
  • Police College graduates 71 detectives 
  • NDLEA seizes N228 million heroin from Pakistani student 
  • Sierra Leone charges 14 soldiers with mutiny 
  • Lawmakers, workers flee over National Assembly bomb scare 
  • Abuja bomb blast: We saw our brother burning 
  • One dies, several injured in Lagos cult clash over girlfriend 
  • Lekki-Ikoyi Bridge: Assassins nearly got me -Adegboruwa 
  • N1.5 billion fraud: Alao Akala has case to answer 
  • Gunmen abduct The Sun driver, demand N2 million ransom 
  • Fuel subsidy to go as FAAC ratifies plan 
  • Ibori London case: I’m confused –British judge admits 
  • Obasanjo’s greed derailed 2005 Confab -Gana 
  • Gunmen kill six in Benue 
  • Jonathan: Terrorists cannot stop government from working 
  • UK-based Daily Star links Samantha Lewthwaite, White widow, to Abuja bombing 
  • FRC queries BPE over lack of four-year financial statement 
  • NAMA: Nigeria could lose billions to new wave of import duty, tax waivers 
  • Transcorp records 278 per cent profit growth in first quarter 
  • NLNG receives 124 entries for 2014 Literature prize 
  • Skye Bank appoints Oguntayo CEO-designate 
  • Nigeria loses $6 billion in trade with UAE 
  • FG picks Stanbic, Goldman Sachs for $100 million Diaspora bond sale 
  • Forte Oil doubles first Quarter pre-tax profit 
  • Fashola wants proceeds of privatization for states 
  • States ratify oil subsidy removal 
  • Detectives in Lagos to trace bomb car owner 
  • US issues alert to citizens

 

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