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Wednesday, March 09, 2016, Major Headlines

  • Mile 12: Akiolu, others back Assembly over market relocation
  • Buhari: MTN fuelled Boko Haram Insurgency
  • President approves NNPC’s restructuring into seven units, 20 companies
  • Zuma’s visit offers hope for improved relations
  • Infant, 17 others die in Lagos building collapse
  • Be fair to Akpobolokemi’s lawyers, EFCC told
  • Uproar over perm sec’s tenure extension in Petroleum ministry
  • Judge asks court to declare him SL Akintola’s son
  • Intensify efforts to rescue Chibok girls, Senate tells Buhari
  • Troops repel Boko Haram’s attacks, kill 18 terrorists
  • Low oil price: FG, states to hold retreat on alternative to devaluation
  • Reps tackle Kachikwu over unbundling of NNPC into 30 companies
  • Nigeria spearheads push to freeze oil production levels
  • Ocholis’ death not ordinary – Family
  • Two Nigerian mini-aircraft wizards hold minister spellbound
  • Ondo first female Speaker, Deputy impeached
  • Delta govt to build monorail in Asaba
  • New college president tasks teaching hospitals on accreditation
  • LASG shuts 2 companies for tax evasion
  • High cost of accommodation hits South-East communities
  • C-River engages German firm for superhighway, sea port devt
  • Delta govt partners Indian firm on vocational education
  • Wike swears in Justice Iyayi-Lamikanra as Rivers Chief Judge
  • Digital Bridge Institute to become Nigeria’s first ICT university
  • PPA rejects Abia North re-run election results
  • Criminals on rampage in Imo
  • Lagos declares zero tolerance for Omo-Onile’s activities
  • Kogi gov poll: Tribunal adjourns Faleke, Wada’s petitions to March 14, 15
  • Foreign portfolio investments in stock market declines
  • Brent hits 3-month high on hopes for producer price support
  • FG to set framework on management of Abacha loot
  • You’re corrupt, incompetent, Ebonyi Speaker accuses commissioners
  • Buhari’s war against corruption not targeted at PDP — Kashamu



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