Today’s Major Headlines (Monday, September 29, 2014)


  • APC Presidential Ticket: Tinubu Still Holds the Key
  • DHQ: We Will Soon Exert Control over Lost Territories
  • Stakeholders Kick as Benue Sells over 30m Shares in Dangote Cement
  • Freed Chibok Girl in Military Custody in Abuja
  • Sudan Apostasy Woman Mariam Ibrahim to Campaign
  • Synagogue Tragedy: 62 Dead S’Africans Identified
  • $9.3m Arms Deal: Christian Group Disagrees with Cardinal Okogie
  • Ekiti THISDAY Correspondent, Toba Suleiman, Dies at 55
  • Oshiomhole Urges NBA to Speak up against Illegal Deductions by FG from Federation Account
  • Polytechnics, Colleges of Education Workers Alert FG on Plans to Resume Strike
  • FG Renews NEMA DG’S Tenure
  • Ebola: Wali Cautions against Stigmatising Citizens of Affected Countries
  • Works Minister Explains Delay on East-West Road
  • Ekiti Crisis: CNPP Writes CJN, Urges Relocation of Courts to Abuja
  • 2015: PDP State Lawmakers Endorse Jonathan
  • Ndukwe Set to Challenge Uba for Anambra South Senatorial Seat
  • 2015: PDP State Lawmakers Endorse Jonathan
  • Niger East Poll: APC Candidate Drags Zagbayi, 388 Others to Tribunal
  • PDP Sets up Committee on Mimiko’s Defection
  • Jonathan’s Eligibility: Lagos PDP Dissociates Self from Suit
  • CBN Reviews Guidelines on International Money Transfer
  • WAGPCo, Stakeholders Begin Negotiations on Pipeline Utilisation, Security
  • Kaduna, Skye Bank Partner on IGR
  • Heritage Bank Holds Business Exhibition
  • Experts Highlight Benefits of Diversity in Businesses
  • Analysts Raise GlaxoSmithKline’s Expected TP to N76
  • ‘FMCG Best Positioned to Take Advantage of Expanding Economy’
  • Bill to Compel Private Companies to List on NSE Underway
  • FG Set to Implement Waivers on VAT, Stamp Duties in Capital Market
  • Stakeholders Task New Nigerian Stock Exchange Council on Advancement
  • DPR Tasks Marketers on Quality of Petroleum Products
  • NCAA Pledges Continuous Support for Domestic Airlines
  • Apochi: Cashless Policy Will Reduce Banks’ Interest Rate
  • Why we’ve not defeated Boko Haram – Jonathan
  • 2015: Buhari, Atiku clash over procedure for presidential primaries
  • Ekiti crisis: Tension as Police make mass arrests, deploy Mopol
  • Why I want to be President in 2015, by Kwankwaso
  • Lagos employs 80 female LAGBUS drivers
  • When I listen to some statements … I feel sad for Nigeria – Jonathan
  • Family petitions Jonathan over alleged extra-judicial killing of 31-yr-old graduate
  • Rights group petitions IG, alleges unlawful detention of cleric
  • Contract scandal hits Ebonyi Agric College
  • Coca-Cola HBC is 2014 industry leader
  • Keshi invites bench warmer, ignores Uche
  • Banks breathe easier as FG floats N213bn lifeline for GENCOs
  • World Bank provides $400m to tackle Ebola
  • We have remitted $21.5bn to Nigeria in two years -Nigerians in Diaspora
  • We have only one House of Assembly —Edo Govt
  • Two Shekau’s down; next?
  • Rivers community honours Amaechi
  • Jonathan commissions Phase I Benin-Ore Road
  • The Oshiomhole IGR strategy
  • How political advertising affects electorate —AAAN
  • Mimiko’s defection: Olajumoke heads transition c’ttee
  • Abia councils: Portrait of rot, dirt and dilapidation
  • No to National Honour for T.A. Orji
  • Chibok protests resume Oct 1
  • Army sets up another court-martial to try erring soldiers
  • Dangote Cement: Benue citizens kick over sale of 30m shares
  • 2015: Boko Haram created to stop Jonathan –Sen Okon
  • Ekiti violence: PDP rejects transfer of Fayose’s trial outside Ekiti
  • Obiano’s victory, Umeh’s award recognition of APGA’s strength –Sowunmi
  • Edo gov tasks royal fathers on crude oil theft
  • Anxiety expected as NFF election beckons
  • Global liquidity to drive naira value as CBN confronts new era
  • Investors tap into new cities in mall development
  • NUT distributes Ebola testing equipment to Cross River schools
  • Telecommunication sector shows strength




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