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Today’s major headlines (Wednesday, October 8, 2014)

  • I’m well now, back soon – IBB
  • NNPC Raises Alarm over Fake Authorization Letters on Crude Oil Lifting
  • Court Stops Adamawa Governorship bye-election
  • PDP, APC Trade Words Over SA Cash Seizure
  • World Bank Predicts over 5% GDP Growth for Nigeria, Others in 2015/16
  • At Last, Ex-Anambra Gov, Obi, Joins PDP
  • Gbemi Saraki joins guber race, vows to bail Kwarans out of broken electoral promises
  • Ondo PDP rejects negotiations entered into with Mimiko
  • APC moves to broker compromise on presidential primary
  • Pinnick: Eagles must win in Sudan
  • Ebola: Male survivors warned to use condom
  • Unity Bank: Reaping the Fruits of Repositioning
  • General Aziza: A soldier-statesman’s final salute
  • Court sacks Fintiri, orders swearing-in of Nyako’s Deputy
  • At least 14 dead as protests rage in Turkey over Kobane
  • Spanish PM promises ‘transparency’ in Ebola scare
  • FG appeals to sponsors of Boko Haram to desist
  • Ikorodu pipeline vandals’ jerrycans recovered from residents
  • Ebonyi Guber: Health Minister, Chukwu emerges PDP consensus candidate
  • Folarin moves to takeover Ajimobi’s job
  • Armed herdsmen lay siege to Enugu-Nsukka Road
  • We’ll beat Sudan in front of their fans – Enyeama
  • Senate stability: David makes his mark
  • Abuja residents defy insecurity to celebrate Salah
  • FG appeals to financiers of Boko Haram
  • UN appoints special representative in Côte d’Ivoire
  • Twitter sues US govt over spying
  • N’Korea defends human rights record in report to UN
  • Canada approves anti-IS air strikes
  • WHO warns of Ebola health care risks
  • ‘Jonathan, 6th richest African president’
  • Ajah community battles Lagos over construction of canal
  • Hit-and-run rider kills drunken contractor during Sallah
  • I’m most qualified to govern Lagos – Solomon
  • Lower oil prices put pressure on Nigerian economy
  • Fayose supporters threatening to kill us – E-11
  • Injury rules out Michael from Sudan match
  • Banks to invest N598bn in power sector – FG
  • Eleven states resume today after forced Ebola holidays
  • 2015: PDP, govs set to clash over aspirants
  • I have no apologies for our actions in Enugu, says Chime
  • Why we are not indebted to AMCON, by Bi-Courtney
  • NLC, TUC reject Akure Labour Party convention
  • Ekiti NUT orders members to shun duty over unpaid salaries
  • Adamawa: Jega stops stakeholders meeting on by-election
  • Five Afghan men executed for rape
  • Stop embarrassing Nigeria, APC tells Jonathan
  • ASSBIFI kicks against sale of bridge banks
  • Mother, daughter in hiding over alleged threat of circumcision
  • Police nab kidnap, robbery suspect in Enugu
  • We’ll prosecute all road traffic offenders – FRSC

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