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Today’s Major Headlines,Friday, May 13, 2016

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  • FG orders audit of military payroll
  • Over 3m lives lost to air pollution annually – WHO
  • Petroleum sector deregulation: Naira depreciates by N14 to N334/$
  • N386bn looted funds to finance budget deficit —FG
  • We are developing dynamic tax system to fund budgets – Buhari
  • Herdsmen attacks: Enugu CAN rejects alleged Grazing Reserve Bill
  • I wasn’t detained by Efcc —Ize-Iyamu
  • TUC rejects FG’s removal of fuel subsidy
  • Court okays Ese Oruru to give evidence in private
  • Egbeda murder: Lekan was jealous, scared —Deceased’s confidant
  • Chris & Andy: Brothers at war in Anambra PDP
  • Anisulowo: Kingpin, two other suspects transferred to Abuja —Ogun CP
  • Anxiety in Customs over screening of certificates
  • Engage global stakeholders to develop 5G standards —Gwandu
  • FG urges states to implement Child Rights Law, National Gender Policy
  • Boko Haram stops 400 hectres of wheat cultivation in Borno
  • EFCC docks Adegboruwa over alleged property scam
  • Drama as EFCC arraigns Provost, 4 others over N359 m fraud
  • Court stops tomorrow’s S-West PDP exco polls
  • Scholars recommend solutions to education woes
  • Ooni visits Obasanjo, seeks ex-president’s support for youths
  • Ex-MINT boss, Okoyomon awaits extradition as UK court convicts Australian accomplice
  • N145 per litre: It’s not deregulation, but market interplay
  • CAN presidency aspirant denies being sponsorship
  • World leaders vow to give corruption priority
  • 2 killed in petrol tanker explosion in Ondo
  • Oshiomhole blasts S-South PDP govs
  • Mixed reactions trail new pump price of petrol
  • $2.1b arms cash: I’m not in contempt of court over Australian detainee, EFCC chairman
  • Forgery suit: Judge warns counsel to Gov Ikpeazu, Nwosu against delay
  • Elders condemn killings in Rivers
  • Militants ask UN to free Niger Delta people, to display currency, flag, passport
  • Ebonyi discovers 838 ghost workers employed as ‘cemetery keepers’
  • Abia govt, Ariaria traders on war path over reconstruction of market
  • MNJTF kills 675 Boko Haram insurgents, arrests 566 in 5 months
  • New price’ll help sustain supply — Kachikwu

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