Today’s major headlines (Wednesday, March 25, 2015)

  • Anxiety as judge adjourns suit to stop Buhari till today
  • 150 killed after Germanwings airliner crashes in French Alps
  • Obasanjo warns against plot to hand over to military
  • Boko Haram kidnaps 400 women in Damask
  • Buhari planning to build prisons – Patience Jonathan
  • Judge orders NCC, telecoms firms to pay APC N500 million
  • Two killed in PDP, APC supporters clash in Rivers
  • Tinubu, Fashola planning to bribe Lagos monarchs – PDP
  • I don’t want antagonising law makers – Jonathan
  • Polls : INEC to swear in 50,000 employees in Lagos
  • Fasehun, Gani Adams disagree over OPC monitoring elections
  • APC Presidential Council sues Fayose, others
  • Military sacks Boko Haram from Pulka
  • Wema Bank’s full year profit rises by 59%
  • Keystone Bank unveils product for women empowerment
  • Mobil, Julius Berger declare dividends for 2014
  • Diamond Bank creates financial awareness in secondary schools
  • Fuel : FG accuses marketers of sabotage
  • TAN rally shuts down commercial activities in Lagos
  • CBN gives banks 3 months to submit recapitalisation plan
  • Jonathan promises additional state for South-east
  • Court hears 10 suits seeking Buhari’s disqualification today

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