Friday, October 9, 2015, Major Headlines

  • Presidency, NASS talks fail to stop Saraki’s trial
  • Screening : Fayose rallies NASS support for Fayemi
  • Fulani invasion : Yoruba leaders threaten secession
  • Alleged killing of DSS officials : Family members cry out
  • Senate sets stringent conditions for ministerial nominees
  • Electricity tariffs to be raised upon power stability – Buhari
  • Jonathan’s alleged weakness : Edwin Clark under fire
  • We are committed to making Nigeria work – Saraki
  • Police inspector stabbed to death by wife in Ondo
  • EFCC nabs 2 with 556 ATM cards, travellers’ cheques
  • Messi risks 2 years in jail over £3 million tax fraud
  • Governors to meet over Nigeria’s woes on Tuesday
  • Dogara fails to settle Saraki, Presidency rift
  • Chevening Scholarship removes Diezani from honours list
  • No asset forms, no screening, Senate tells ministerial nominees
  • Buhari rules out second term for Lamorde
  • Man produces fake dollars, pounds worth millions
  • Appeal Court grants speedy hearing for Saraki’s case
  • 99 Nigerians died, 215 missing in Mecca tragey – NAHCON
  • Again, Reps probe failed $470 million CCTV projects
  • Privatisation of Nigeria’s economy unacceptable – Ayade
  • Biafra comment : Benjamin Adekunle’s daughter gets death threats
  • APC crisis threatens Bayelsa peace – Dickson
  • Ministerial list : Labour Party knocks Buhari for excluding youths
  • LASG to light up Berger-Island road, 67 villages
  • Diezani was not arrested, only invited, says family
  • Boko Haram : Buhari seeks more help from Britain
  • Ebola scare : UCTH quarantines 15 persons
  • FG moves to end incessant strikes in aviation sector
  • Fear grips port users over terror alert
  • High exchange rate grounds air cargo business
  • Rewane, others seek review of petroleum subsidy
  • Ooni stool : Crisis rocks Giesi ruling house over screening of candidates
  • Boko Haram : FG deploys special forces to Yobe
  • Domestic airlines slash fares
  • Wike dissolves 22 LG caretaker committees
  • DHQ warns on cluster bombs



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