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Today’s major headlines (Monday, March 31, 2014)

  • Sambisa: hundreds of terrorists killed, 20 soldiers missing
  • Heavy gunfire at SSS headquarters
  • What men should know about women’s privates
  • One dies as police, OPC clash in Lagos
  • Boko Haram: Stop blaming governors, Nyako tells Jonathan
  • Big defeat for French’s Socialist Party
  • Jose Mourinho keen to acquire new striker
  • Flight MH370: No time limit on search, says Australian PM
  • Pakistan’s Musharaf charged with high treason
  • Ekiti: Adeyeye drops consensus candidate, joins Fayose
  • Immigration recruitment not advertised, says firm
  • Ekiti’s APC woos Oni, others
  • NLC calls for prove of PHCN sale, others
  • GOK Ajayi dies at 83
  • Osun deducts 10 percent from salaries of political office holders
  • Obasanjo urges competition in satellite television
  • OPC blames elite, religious leaders for Ibadan horror
  • FG winning polio war
  • APC inches towards Buhari-Tinubu ticket
  • Presidency to prove jailbreak bid by Boko Haram detainees
  • Talevaras, Aiteo offer $2.85 billion for shell’s oil block
  • Obasanjo: I’ve forgiven Atiku, others
  • Court asked to stop preparations for Ekiti, Osun elections
  • UN: Failure to provide electricity is violation of right to health
  • NAHCO’s shareholders get N443 million dividend
  • Bankers’ reserve with CBN hit N3.7 trillion
  • FG sets to slash price of mobile phones
  • Diamond Bank records N32 billion profit
  • Emir of Agale dies at 52
  • Lamido: National Conference aired at rubbishing the North
  • 2Face drops new video, ‘Dance in the rain’
  • Policeman kills baby, batters wife in Edo
  • Ekiti doctors threaten strike over poor pay
  • Confab: No referendum, no Conference – Ozekhome
  • CBN introduces e-reference to quicken account opening
  • 21 Boko Haram detainees die in failed jailbreak
  • Tight security rig round Presidential Villa
  • Ibadan forest of horror: Ajimobi meets with security chiefs
  • ASUU to embark on internal cleansing
  • APC crisis deepens, G-5 governors plan return to PDP
  • Omisore rejects call of postponement of PDP Osun primary





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