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Today’s major headlines (Monday, May 5, 2014)

  • Northern Christian forum releases names of kidnapped school pupils
  • Abducted girls to be rescued soon, Jonathan pledges
  • Oputa passes on at 96
  • Govt to review NYSC posting policy
  • LASTMA to pay N10m over injured cyclist
  • 13 percent derivation controversy: N/Delta’ll not last 24 hours as a country -Junaid Mohammed
  • Oputa, one of the finest jurists on Nigeria’s Bench -Femi Falana
  • Strike: Federal health workers issue 15-day
  • Residents desert communities over cult clashes, killings
  • #BringBackOurGirls: We don’t know location of abducted girls – GEJ
  • Commercialisation of education and the storm ahead
  • National Stadium Lagos a disgrace – Kojo
  • Generator fume kills family of 7 in Lagos
  • Head of Service, others applaud Amosun’s development strides
  • Transcorp, NNPC sign production sharing contract on OPL 281
  • We’ll treat Okorocha as saboteur in 2015 –APGA BoT member
  • Ekiti guber: Fayemi, Fayose in tight contest –Survey
  • 2015: I am next Imo governor –Ihedioha
  • Security agents shun court order to seize Sanusi’s passport
  • Eko Disco secures $150m for network expansion
  • NLC: explosion slap on Nigeria’s face
  • Security beefed up in Lagos over US terror alert
  • APC urges Jonathan to visit Chibok
  • We won’t tolerate grazing reserve in South-east, Say Igbos
  • FG to set up comprehensive data system for security, development
  • Leke Pitan joins Lagos guber race
  • World Cup: Westerhof tips Eagles for second round
  • Olasunkanmi’s group faults PDP’s reconciliation in Osun
  • Obembe elected new NMA President
  • APC: PDP set for major attack on Osun
  • CBN, NDIC bar failed banks’ debtors from accessing credit
  • NCAA summons Arik over flight delays
  • enCom: N4trn Pension Fund not under threat
  • Market operators await implementation of waivers on VAT, Stamp Duties
  • Nigeria records $6.61bn Forex outflow
  • NSE lists Ekiti, Nasarawa N10bn bonds
  • Sterling Bank assures shareholders of better performance
  • Kenyan president begins official visit to Nigeria
  • Pistorius murder trial set to resume
  • Niyi Adebayo, a political liability – Bamidele
  • Don’t test government’s will, Mark tells B’Haram
  • Bakare urges action against Cameroon, Chad, Niger
  • Group says youth to blame for unemployment problem
  • Mother clings to moving vehicle to rescue child
  • Accord Party opens campaign office in Ibadan
  • Make daily exercise a routine, govt tells Lagosians
  • APC slams Jonathan over Nyanya blast
  • WEF, partners double investment plans for African agriculture to $7.2bn
  • Healthcare firms tasked to embrace listing on NSE
  • World Economic Forum on Africa 2014 to go ahead as planned
  • No plan to increase petrol price now, says FG

 

 

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