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Today’s major headlines (Friday, August 15, 2014)

  • Ebola: FG to introduce Nano Silver drug for treatment
  • Obuah blames Amaechi for APC, PDP clash
  • Jonathan commissions N90bn Uquo gas plant
  • Guard rapes 9-yr-old to death in Enugu
  • 20,000 personnel to conduct Adamawa by-election
  • Police take over Imo APGA secretariat
  • Kwara closes private hospital over suspected Ebola victim
  • Ajimobi presents 5 transformers to Apete community
  • Catholic bishops warn priests, worshippers on Ebola virus
  • Ebola: Onwuliri tasks South East on personal hygiene
  • Taraba PDP crisis not fuelled  by Ag.Gov –Group
  • Lawmaker drums support for APC
  • PDP lines up 35 witnesses against APC
  • Decampee APGA members valueless, irrelevant – Party
  • CBN, banks to offset N25bn owed by defunct PHCN to gas suppliers
  • FIFA orders Maigari’s return
  • Strides Energy boss lauds FG over implementation of local content
  • Dike: It’s the trophy or nothing
  • NFF sacks electoral, appeals committees dissolved
  • Ebola crisis underestimated -WHO
  • Topless runner stripped of Euro championships gold
  • Ebola: Expert says government’s response too late
  • Lagos set to repair Eko Bridge
  • Police arraign 77-year-old Ghanaian for N8m fraud
  • Troops intercept 51 Abuja-bound Borno youths
  • Niger establishes ETF
  • Disregard our elders’ comment, Northern group tells Jonathan
  • DSS is partisan –APC
  • Court cases won’t stop Adamawa gov election – INEC
  • Court adjourns trial of 12 Badagry oil thieves
  • Oyo police nab inter-state robbers
  • New election timetable not to suit presidency –INEC
  • Lagos Ebola patients neglected, critically ill –Relatives, colleagues
  • ‘Sharp rise’ in parental fines for term-time holidays
  • NEC indicts states for collecting illegal taxes
  • Adamawa panel commences public probe of ex-Gov Nyako
  • NYSC camps ready for Ebola
  • New drug, Nano Silva, expected in Lagos hospital
  • Anxiety as first Ebola suspect emerges in Kwara
  • Ebola fear threatens businesses in Nigeria, others
  • National Conference ends, delegates adopt final report
  • Boko Haram abducts 100 young men in Borno
  • FG sacks 16,000 resident doctors
  • Presidency chides Fashola over attack on Jonathan
  • Dangote boosts Nigeria’s Ebola response with N153m
  • Saudi gives UN $100m ‘to fight terrorism’
  • Low-cost smartphones boost Android market
  • Delegates okay resolutions as National Conference ends
  • Ebola patient’s family, colleagues seek help from U.S., others
  • Nigerian firms, others to import coal from South Africa for power generation
  • NEC orders discontinuance of revenue checkpoints
  • Panel rejects medical report on Enugu dep gov
  • FG earmarks N33bn credit line
  • Poor gas, power supply ground manufacturing sector
  • Group seeks increased sensitisation on banking services
  • DMO raises N100bn bonds at higher yields
  • Elumelu harps on increased partnership for Africa’s development
  • Analysts predict reduced inflation in July
  • NEC indicts states for collection of illegal taxes
  • IBEDC meets customers in Kwara
  • NCS makes record seizure in Zone C, FG vows to end smuggling
  • It will be political mistake if you join PDP, Kwankwaso tells Ribadu
  • Magege reaffirms Okubor as governor
  • INEC to deploy over 20,000 personnel for Adamawa



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