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Here are the major headlines for Thursday, September 29, 2016

  • Edo Poll: APC’s Obaseki inches towards victory
  • Lai Mohammed slams Economist Magazine over ‘Change Begins with Me’ campaign
  • Nigeria’s electricity market returns exceed its challenges, Fashola insists
  • House suspends Abdulmumin, bars him from position of responsibility
  • FG says no decision yet on sale of national assets
  • Two dead, six left unconscious in brothel tragedy
  • Boko Haram ‘Kills’ Chibok Girl’s father in Borno Village
  • Suspected Fulani herdsmen kidnap Catholic priest, shoot 2 others in Anambra
  • Fatai-Williams laments state of Abuja swimming pool
  • ATIKU TO OYEGUN: You can’t break rules without creating problems
  • Residents of Amaechi‘s hometown flays activities of Fulani herdsmen
  • Protests in US after police killed another unarmed black man
  • Natural remedies for executive stress, metabolic syndrome
  • Enugu Rangers to get LMC’s N40m prize money
  • Edo election: Collation of results begins today, says REC
  • We’re already walking out of recession, says finance minister
  • UI, students dismiss bomb threat
  • Save our roads, UNIZIK students urge Obiano
  • Ex-Plateau Speaker blasts political elite over crises
  • No date yet for LG poll in Lagos – LASIEC
  • PDP crisis: How to achieve true reconciliation – Shuluwa
  • I will re-contest in 2019 – Isiaka
  • Lagos resident killed after winning lottery
  • Naira plummets to all-time low of 472/dollar
  • I didn’t confirm source of $4m Jonathan’s ex-aide gave me – Witness
  • Jibrin heads for court over 180-day suspension
  • FEC, not govs will decide on sale of assets –FG
  • I saw ballot papers in police van – Soldier
  • Customs officers shoot four residents while chasing smuggler
  • Tight security as INEC awaits results from LGAs
  • Indian employer arrested for assaulting domestic help
  • MTN denies accusation of illegal $13.92bn transfer
  • Recession: Operators uncomfortable as FG eyes N5.8tn pension fund
  • Pharmacists beg FG over drug importation cost



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