Today’s major headlines (Wednesday, February 19, 2014)

  • Cultists kill Bowen student for rejecting sexual advances 
  • Nigerians tackle Atiku over oil business
  • Boko Haram’s anti-aircraft training camp uncovered in Niger 
  • Senate confirms Obanikoro, Gusau, eight others as ministers
  • Nigerians pilgrimage to Ghana’s ‘Portakabin’ universities
  • Woman sentenced to life for killing friend, cutting baby from womb
  • ‘Nollywood, only industry capable of redefining Nigeria’ -Jonathan
  • Dickson canvasses support for Jonathan
  • N1 trillion spent illegally on kerosene subsidy
  • Boko Haram: relocate Army headquarters to Borno, Reps tell FG
  • Queues resurface as petrol scarcity persists
  • Osun new education policy is unstoppable, says Aregbesola
  • LASU reopens Feb. 24, begins exams March 3
  • Oduah hands over
  • Boko Haram: US recommends Niger Delta model for North
  • Nigerians must be united -Gowon
  • Ondo CJ frees 16 awaiting trial prisoners
  • APC hires Obama’s ex-consultant to boost electoral chances
  • Arogbofa takes over as President’s Chief of Staff
  • Stop donating okadas, tricycles for empowerment -LASG
  • Boko Haram: Our hands are tied -Presidency
  • Ex-Works Minister Balat dies
  • It’s too early to endorse any candidate for 2015 -Obasanjo
  • 18 killed in Adamawa, Benue separate attacks
  • Power: TCN gets $1.2 billion from FG, donor agencies
  • Why kerosene is not sold at official price -NNPC
  • Actors call for sack of heads of two agencies
  • Confab: Ekwueme to lead Igbo team
  • I have no plan to resign -Umeh
  • Justice Oputa suffers stroke, hospitalized in Owerri
  • Uncooperative Cmaeroun, funding blamed for rise in terror attacks
  • PDP taunts APC over defections in National Assembly, says celebration was infantile
  • Iwuanyanwu, Chikwe endorse Ihedioha for 2015 governorship
  • Malabu oil block: House recommends restoration of ownership
  • Finance Ministry cannot be trusted with NNPC’s forensic audit, says Senator
  • Jonathan: Customs reforms will enhance regional trade
  • No plan to shut down 600 MFBS, says CBN
  • Dana Air’s resumption crashes airfares
  • Lagos court refuses to domesticate UK judgements against Akingbola
  • Lagos, Kaduna top list as public debt stock climbs to N10 trillion
  • Let’s battle Boko Haram now, says Gowon
  • Robbers dismantle ATM at Ondo varsity
  • Proof of identity hindering Nigeria’s N1.1 trillion mobile money business
  • Concerns mount over 2014 budget passage delay

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