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Today’s major headlines (Friday, May 23, 2014)

 

  • Teachers, students protest over abducted schoolgirls
  • Jonathan denies slow response to insurgency
  • US gives conditions for increasing investment in Nigeria
  • International alarm mounts over Thai coup
  • INEC urges voters to visit polling units to ascertain registration status
  • Missing schoolgirls: A matter of human rights and security
  • More investment coming to Nigeria – US
  • Stopping Jonathan from contesting 2015 poll calls for disintegration —Ex-NDDC rep
  • Lightning kills pregnant woman, man in Benue
  • Senate approves bill to establish College of Alternative Medicine
  • Terrorism: Jonathan to confer with other African leaders on joint action
  • FG approves extension of national conference by four weeks-Chairman
  • Musdapher accuses National Assembly of sitting on bills
  • Power: FG faults claims on banks’ collapse
  • N10bn probe: Alison-Madueke, NNPC file fresh suit against National Assembly
  • Insurgency: Northern Govs lambast FG, Maku over comments
  • #BringBackOurGirls : I am not slow – GEJ
  • PDP, APC in war of words over comments on security
  • Power: FG faults claims on banks’ collapse
  • NUT shuts down schools nationwide for Chibok schoolgirls
  • Bomb blast: Jos residents recount experiences
  • Chibok girls: Traditionalists blame Islam, Christianity
  • Edo PDP urges NJC to probe election appeal judgment
  • Imo wins NNPC South East zonal quiz competition
  • 173 teachers killed in Borno, Yobe by Boko Haram since insurgency — NUT
  • Adebayor tips Eagles as Africa’s best
  • Boko Haram is anti-Islam — Muslim graduates]
  • Derivation: We’ll take the battle back to the Creeks — N/Delta delegates
  • FG to attract investments in power sector — Nebo
  • We’ll review tax policies if elected —Edo PDP
  • ICC sentences Congo warlord to 12 years in prison
  • Jonathan signs Budget, hands it over to Okonjo-Iweala
  • Jonathan leaves for South Africa
  • Britain denies evacuating nationals from Kenya
  • Confab: Delegates create online platform for contributions
  • Devastating attacks show reach of Boko Haram – CNN
  • Kwakwanso not fit to govern –PDP
  • Chibok: Police halt protest march on Presidential Villa
  • FG extends confab for four weeks
  • NIMASA intercepts 244 vessels over oil theft, piracy
  • Insecurity‘ll worsen without credible polls — Ikunna
  • B’Haram kills 29 in Borno
  • We won’t disappoint S’West, says Arogbofa
  • North, South delegates clash over grazing reserve
  • FG to withdraw politicians’ soldier escorts
  • Stop playing politics with human lives, APC tells PDP
  • APC govs condemn Jos bombings
  • 173 teachers killed by B’ Haram –NUT
  • Oyo NUT calls for protection of schools
  • Direct your protest to terrorists – Jonathan
  • Parents, govt must make youths embrace agriculture
  • Be part of Lagos economy, Fashola urges artisans
  • Diezani, NNPC file fresh suit against jet probe
  • LASG puts up 88 babies for adoption
  • Blasts: Jonathan deploys Defence chief in Jos
  • Senate okays establishment of Alternative Medicine College
  • ERA, Bayelsans protest Chevron’s alleged environmental degradation
  • Democracy day: The count down begins
  • Jonathan blames insurgency on Boko Haram sponsors
  • Aggressive consumer banking push helps customers ease spending challenges
  • U.N. Security Council committee blacklists Boko Haram
  • Nigerian households spend more on recharge cards than on food -report
  • Nigeria’s attraction draws $480m USTDA investment grant
  • Vitafoam’s half year to March 2014 revenue hits N8.85bn
  • Lekoil to acquire 40% interest in Otakikpo marginal field
  • LG enhances life’s quality through innovative products
  • Diamond Bank targets better customer service delivery with app upgrade

 

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