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Wednesday, September 16, 2015, Major Headlines

  • Assembly set to re-order Lagos budget
  • Group calls for enforcement of law on rape
  • Tukur, ex-PDP chair, quits politics at 80
  • Security expert urges protection of banks against terrorism
  • DSS planning to scuttle A’Ibom poll – PDP
  • Police seize 5,500 fake driving licences in Aba
  • Bayelsa tragedy: ERA demands $28m from Agip
  • Buhari assures French investors of good economic climate
  • 8,992 jostle for UI’s 3,700 admission spaces
  • President advises journalists to write books
  • 18 perish in Ondo auto crash
  • FG plans special fund for roads, power
  • Unpaid salaries: Osun workers batter MITv, ONTV reporters
  • Jang took away 15 Plateau cars, says Lalong
  • Ogboru rejects kingmakers’ decision on Ooni selection
  • Pensioners ask CBN to stop Osun N35bn bailout
  • Don’t accept Fayose’s rams, Imams tell Muslims
  • FG borrows N882bn to finance 2015 budget
  • ICPC warns govs against diverting bailout
  • Defamation: Blogger’s accomplice gets N3m bail
  • We are negotiating with B’Haram, says Buhari
  • Fire guts shopping mall, bank in Lagos
  • Oyo Police parade four suspected ritualists
  • Buhari appoints Ojiabor EHORECON’s CEO
  • Mugabe delivers wrong speech in Zimbabwe parliament
  • Facebook plans alternative to ‘like’ button
  • HP to axe 30,000 jobs in restructuring
  • Food Company to Invest $450m in Nigeria, others
  • Stakeholders fault FG for dormancy of NIPP Plants
  • Banking Stocks lead Laggards as NSE Index sheds Value
  • Forte Oil begins sale of kerosene at N50 per litre
  • Leading telecoms operator, energy company to list on NSE
  • Premium Board of Nigerian Stock Exchange yet to gain traction

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