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Today’s major headlines (Monday, September 22, 2014)

  • In UNGA, Jonathan, Obama Meet, May Fix Nigeria, US Ties
  • Why Tambuwal shunned PDP NEC meeting – Investigation
  • PDP: President yet to accept to contest 2015 Elections
  • Security Agencies Probing Whether Boko Haram’s Shekau Killed
  • Banks Urged to Develop New Sources of Revenue
  • Synagogue Tragedy: How S’African Survived by Drinking Her Urine
  • LASG commends street sweepers for Ebola containment
  • Ebola: Lagos Shifts Schools’ Resumption Date to October 8
  • I’ll challenge Jonathan for PDP ticket – Balewa’s son
  • Babangida to return Wednesday after routine medical checkup in Germany
  • Kalu: Why I’m missing PDP Reconciliation Committee visit today
  • Ban on roadblocks still in force – IG
  • 2015 Election: Lawyers ask court to stop Jonathan, Sambo
  • Police hunt man who killed siblings, hacked two
  • CAF Endorses Blatter’s Re-election Bid
  • APC Files 600 Witness statements against Omisore’s Petition
  • Banks to pay customers for using e-payment channels
  • Nigeria’s power sector reform is falling apart
  • Group Urges APC to Make Atiku Its Presidential Candidate
  • I won’t appear before medical panel, says Suntai
  • My Priority is to Unite Nigeria, Says Nda-Isaiah
  • Ebola: All eyes on borders, ports
  • Mansard Insurance Records 27% Half-year Revenue Growth
  • UPN to Field Candidate against Jonathan in 2015
  • Investors Urged to Take Advantage of Stanbic IBTC ETF 30
  • Ahmed Musa, Oduamadi shine for clubs
  • $9.3m deal: Kaduna youths blast el-Rufai for ‘abusing’ Oritsejafor
  • Synagogue: Survivor tells of days in darkness
  • Katsina APC Stakeholders Endorse Yar’Adua for Governor
  • Nigerian petroleum laws and regulations are investor-friendly – Njoku
  • UK supermarket giant Tesco suspends MD, others
  • Tinubu is Awolowo’s successor, says Ogunnusi
  • Ebola: Sierra Leone lockdown declared a success
  • INEC to register more parties – Jega
  • How a little infection can kill you
  • Jonathan to determine Sambo’s fate – PDP
  • Ebola: No school resumption today in Lagos, 14 other states
  • Turkey clamps down on Syria border
  • Five Boko Haram fighters surrendered to soldiers – DHQ
  • Three killed as Lagos APC, PDP youths clash
  • Synagogue building collapse offers an opportunity
  • ‘New polling units will aid ‘systematic’ rigging’
  • Jonathan won’t interfere with Osun election tribunal – PDP
  • ‘CBN’s N213bn facility not bailout for power firms’
  • Ebola and school resumption
  • Government should reduce lending rates for mortgages – Wahab
  • Smoking can mar your baby’s health
  • More than 130,000 Syrian Kurds have fled to Turkey: minister
  • North won’t vote for PDP in 2015 – Atiku
  • N400m mortgage scam tears NLC apart
  • Police arrest woman for supplying arms to robbers
  • Boko Haram kills 9, injures 10 in Borno
  • Konduga: Overwhelmed Boko Haram terrorists surrender to Nigerian troops
  • National Honours: Why Dr. Adadevoh was not included – Presidency
  • Granny, 2 others nabbed for using boy for pepper-soup
  • Police kill 2 kidnap kingpins on wanted list in Enugu
  • APC warns against plan to postpone 2015 polls
  • Sanusi, Emir of Kano, visits Awujale
  • Fayemi begins thank- you tours of LGAs
  • How co-tenant slaughtered our children
  • CAF declares war on age cheating
  • Govt must fund education to ensure development – Amaechi
  • Microsoft delays launch of Xbox in China
  • ‘Artificial sweeteners promote diabetes, obesity’

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