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Today’s major headlines (Wednesday, April 2, 2014)

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  • Confab: Delegates clash over religion
  • 21 killed as soldiers attack Boko Haram bombers
  • House of Reps appeals judgement against defectors
  • Wealthy Nigerians to buy N448 billion private jets
  • Defection: APC asks CJN to sanction judge
  • FIFA issues 14 month ban on Barcelona
  • Kebbi signs N151 billion budget
  • Ondo to begin use of residents’card in May
  • ECOWAS reaffirms commitment to fight malaria
  • Britain to investigate Moslem Brotherhood
  • Hollande’s ex-partner joins France’s new cabinet
  • Ethiopian Airline extends operations to Kano – Official
  • Air pollution spreads in England
  • Lufthansa pilots’ strike to hit thousands of flights
  • Fashola slams FG for gridlock, filth in Apapa
  • NHRC releases result of police station assessment
  • Pensioners threaten to vote out Jonathan in 2015
  • Confab, Jonathan’s most courageous act -Akunyili
  • Ekiti PDP leaders will abandon party for Fayose
  • Federal Govt. too powerful -Atiku
  • 1.8 million graduates enter job market yearly -FG
  • Taxi drivers dare FRSC on new number plates
  • Cameroun seizes 288 rifles from Boko Haram members
  • We won’t vacate our seats –defected lawmakers
  • Don’t rely on FG for North’s development –Arewa Youths tell governors
  • Labour hints of plans to cripple power sector
  • Competency test: No more salary for teachers that did not participate -Oshiomhole
  • How I import deadly weapons to Nigeria –Most wanted gun runner
  • Wabara saga: Law of sedition died with colonialism –Sagay, Agbaje, Keyamo
  • Wamakko strips deputy of powers, swears in two commissioners
  • Yuguda sacks SSG, Chief of Staff, appoints new ones
  • Blind man, priest, monarch paraded for stealing babies
  • No Ebola fever in Nigeria -FEC
  • Ondo laments delay in release of NERFUND
  • Nigeria leads in skin bleaching, says expert
  • Police dismiss Corporal for alleged rape
  • Nationwide blackout looms as electricity workers threaten strike
  • FIRS – tax offenders to risk travel ban
  • Boko Haram: Military offensive against terrorists to extend to Cameroun
  • Joy Ogwu assumes UN Security Council presidency
  • 2015: Senate opposes electronic voting, elections in one day
  • Agbaso: Okorocha’s governorship unfortunate, regrettable
  • Police beef up security as Fayose arrives Ekiti today
  • Ogun attracts $200 million investment 
  • Police, community arrest 12 suspected armed robbers
  • FG to unveil new GDP statistics
  • Cross River takes over disputed land
  • DSS arrests six suspected car snatching syndicate in Anambra
  • Stampede as UNIBEN screens fresh student, one feared dead
  • Policemen occupy Ibadan ‘forest of horror’
  • Man, 70, commits suicide in Ogun

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