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

  • FG may remove petrol, kerosene subsidy
  • Damning US corruption report on Nigeria
  • Pastor arraigned for defrauding church member
  • FG rejects delegates’ request for aides’ allowance
  • National Conference adjourns to formulate rules
  • SURE-P: 14,577 women enroll for antenatal clinic
  • No court injunction against Obiano’s swearing-in -Official
  • Pro-Russia activists enter Crimea naval base
  • Uganda to evacuate citizens in Ukraine
  • Nigeria’s oil reserve drops to N35 billion barrels
  • Italian court upholds public office ban for Berlusconi
  • Police used lasers to track Pistorious shots
  • LASG wants abandoned vessle owners to pay damages
  • Delta Assembly elects Peter Onwusanye as new Speaker
  • Immigration’s test stampede: Lagos Assembly, Senators urge probe
  • Court hears suit against Confab on March 21
  • APC holds convention May 24
  • We’ll recover all stolen mandates in Kwara -Jonathan
  • South West makes N926.6 billion IGR in 5 years -DFID
  • Jonathan links poor reading to internet
  • Terror: Nigeria, France, others join forces
  • Fuel scarcity: We saved Nigeria from crisis -FG
  • Foundation of Nigeria’s education policy obsolete -FG
  • APC senators chide Jonathan over Immigration job death
  • Jonathan orders cancellation of Immigration’s recruitment
  • Turkish Airlines denies arms shipment to Nigeria
  • Insurgency sponsored to discredit, give Jonathan negative image -PDP
  • NIS death –‘My daughter was preparing for her wedding’
  • Senate begins Emefiele’s screening as CBN governor
  • Fire guts Christ Embassy
  • Immigration test tragedy: applicants forced to pay N3.8 billion -Lawmakers
  • 8 civilians among Maiduguri attack victims -Official
  • We’ll reclaim our mandate in 2015, Jonathan tells PDP defectors
  • Kidnapped businesswoman regains freedom in Aba
  • Recruitment tragedy: Senate worried unemployment may trigger revolution
  • Sanusi overstepped the mark, says Moghalu
  • Police arrest woman for abusing bedwetting niece
  • Youths protest 3 months of power outage in Ekiti
  • APC alleges fresh plot to oust Adamawa, Borno, Yobe governors
  • Obiano makes first appointments, retains SSG
  • NCC: Telecoms firms have paid N647 million fine
  • DFID: Multiple taxation discourages tax payment
  • Lekki land dispute: Supreme Court corrects own mistake, says Eletu family entitled to 217 hectares
  • Lawyers fault report on Chocolate City and Brymo proceedings
  • Elechi’s ambition settles Ebonyi zoning controversy
  • Businessman docked over alleged rape of 18 year-old girl
  • One injured as fire razes Mobil station in Ikeja (Lagos)
  • How Abacha looted $2 billion, by US report
  • 5 arrested in Akwa Ibom baby factory
  • Conference adjourns over delegates accommodation
  • Boko Haram: 13 Northern governors seek help in Washington

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