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Today’s major headlines (Wednesday, March 12, 2014)

  • The gang-up against PDP will fail, Jonathan declares at Kaduna rally
  • Military task force captures wounded Boko Haram terrorists
  • Contract workers shut down Ondo town
  • Another N24 billion missing from Police Pension Fund
  • Ex-British Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw says opposition good for Nigeria
  • Stop insulting the President, PDP tells Amaechi
  • Gowon, governors, Nebo, others woo investors in London
  • Alison-Madueke: FG has no plan to increase pump price of petrol
  • Commotion in Ebonyi over Elechi’s N15 billion bond proposal
  • 2014 Budget: FG allocates N10 billion for Abuja Rail project, FCTA to get N3.7 billion SURE-P funding
  • Customs intercepts 30,000 live ammunition in Ibadan
  • Northern elders ask delegates to walk out of conference if…
  • Tambuwal: FG has no excuse for existence of terror
  • I have left my father’s killers to God, says Ige’s son
  • Senators push for life jail for human traffickers, slave trading
  • Zenith Bank posts N95 billion profit, pays N55 billion dividend
  • Benue governor, Fulani herdsmen in gun battle
  • Petroleum minister insists on privatization of refineries
  • Reps in special session, mourn massacred Yobe students
  • 2015: APC, a container  of toxins -Jonathan
  • 57,000 Nigerians now refugees -UN
  • ‘Good night’ –last known words of MH 370 revealed
  • Lagos boat mishap: 11 dead bodies recovered, 4 missing
  • Keshi needs Ike Uche, Odemwingie –Mutiu Adepoju
  • Boko Haram terrorists beg soldiers for mercy
  • Obasanjo, worst Nigeria’s President -Kalu
  • Forget resource control if Jonathan fails to give it now, Amaechi tells South South
  • Okorocha laments disunity among Igbo governors
  • APC accuses Federal Government of secret moves to hike fuel price
  • IPMAN urges FG to pay subsidy claims to marketers
  • Ekiti, Osun polls critical for 2015, says U.S envoy
  • Quadruplets’ mum appeals for help
  • ‘Appointment of suspected murderer as minister insult on Yoruba’
  • Jonathan meets with South West governors
  • Soldiers attack Boko Haram, seize 700 vehicles
  • Avoid being raped by your boyfriends, police warn
  • Russia refuses Ukraine talk
  • Ugandans challenge anti-gay law
  • Repairs: Lagos to close Dopemu, Iyana Ipaja bridges
  • 2015: Political parties tackle Jega over campaigns
  • Pension thieves cashed 400 cheques in one day -witness
  • Omisore is jittery over my comments –Ige’s son
  • N300 billion rice imports: Reps summon Okonjo-Iweala, Aganga
  • Embattled Ecobank CEO, Thierry Tanoh forced out
  • 42 per cent of Nigerians are satisfied with their personal well-being –NOI Polls 

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