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Today’s major headlines (Wednesday, October 1, 2014)

  • PDP accuses APC of plot to stop Fayose’s inauguration
  • I’m vying for Presidency, says Buhari
  • Defection: Lawmakers divided over impeachment of Amosun’s deputy …No plan to impeach Dep Gov- Amosun’s loyalists
  • Fayose led thugs to beat judges, CJ tells NJC
  • Jonathan lying about job creation, electricity – APC
  • Ekiti APC holds congress, elects officers
  • Reps probe N4,000 NYSC call up fee
  • Pinnick Succeeds Maigari as New NFF President
  • Jonathan Sets up C’ttee on Implementation of Conference Recommendations
  • Seven Afghan troops killed in Kabul suicide attack
  • Buhari Declares for 2015 Presidential Race, Insists on Consensus Arrangement
  • Obama Congratulates Nigeria at 54, pledges support against terrorism
  • Political Parties Push for Sanctions against Third Party Campaigns
  • Senator raises alarm over alleged intimidation
  • Jonathan asks Boko Haram to embrace dialogue
  • Tunisian Elections Board approves 27 presidential candidates
  • CDC: First Ebola Case Diagnosed in the US
  • Court Sentences Three Boko Haram Members to 75-year Jail Term
  • Nigeria Army to Try More Soldiers for Mutiny
  • Senate Committee Warns INEC against Proceeding with New Polling Units
  • Acting Governor’s Application Stalls Judgment in Nyako’s Suit
  • Buhari, Atiku and APC presidential ticket
  • ISIS closes in on Kurdish town in Syria
  • 54 years after, TBS a shadow of itself
  • The Waste Called National Conference
  • Time to Appease the Founding Fathers
  • Keystone Bank Inaugurates ATMs for Physically Challenged Customers
  • ‘Nigerian Economy to Hit $1tn by 2025’
  • Nigeria: A sleeping giant at 54
  • Obasanjo,77, seeks more knowledge, registers for PhD programme at NOUN
  • Survey: ATM Remains Key Channel for Retail Customers
  • EFCC nabs 60-year-old agent for N37.5m scam
  • Senate to overrule INEC on new polling units
  • N’Assembly votes on constitution review report after Sallah
  • Egypt court jails 68 pro-Morsi protesters
  • 2014 Independence Day Broadcast by President Jonathan
  • We won’t allow importation of electricity meters – NERC
  • Oil marketers abuse rules, overload tankers
  • Truck driver crushes okada rider to death
  • Nkwocha, Mbachu make AWC squad
  • Residents want help for nine-year-old street boy
  • Of bigger economy and leaner citizens
  • No Independence Day for Chibok girls
  • Nigeria @ 54: Ex-NMA President decries state of public hospitals
  • LCCI condemns LASTMA, FRSC, others for logistics disruption
  • NCAA warns foreign airlines against maltreating Nigerians
  • Stop cursing me over Ekiti judge’s beating – Fayose
  • 2015: Igbos didn’t have the proper vehicle to vie for president – Ohaneze
  • Synagogue disowns Emeakayi’s defence over collapsed building
  • Nigeria cannot be transformed overnight – Jonathan
  • Church ordains 581 pastors amid crisis
  • No students march past on Oct 1 in Lagos – NUT
  • Independence Day Broadcast: We are one people from the womb of one Nigeria- Jonathan
  • First heart centre in South East berths in Enugu
  • Universities, poly allay fears, say: We are prepared to tackle Ebola outbreak on campus

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