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Today’s Major Headlines (Thursday, September 18, 2014)

 

  • Suicide Bombers, Gunmen Kill 65 in Kano, Kaduna Attacks
  • Lagos, Rivers, Enugu Generated the Most IGR in 2013
  • NNPC Workers’ Strike May Affect Oil Exports
  • Synagogue Tragedy: South African Survivors Return Home
  • Conflicting Reports, Figures Trail Synagogue Collapsed Building as Death Toll Hits 80
  • 25 Towns under the Control of Boko Haram, Says Catholic Church
  • Ebola: NUT Shuns Presidential Plea on September 22 Resumption Date
  • Anambra Indigene: I was Forcibly Recruited by Boko Haram in Jos
  • Ebola: FG Releases N200m to River
  • Fire at Transmission Facility Cuts Power Supply to Parts of Abuja
  • Atiku Lobbies Catholic Bishops, Seeks Peaceful Polls in 2015
  • Tinubu Debunks Illness Rumours
  • Senate Urges FG to Immortalise Adadevoh, Commends Jonathan on Handling of EVD
  • Keyamo: FG’s Explanation for $9.3m Found in a Private Jet Untenable
  • Ohakim: Despite Our Mistakes, We’re Still the Best
  • PDP Fixes Presidential Primary for Dec 6, Governorship November 29
  • …No Vacancy in Aso Rock, Says Aliyu
  • Kwankwaso: Jonathan is Ruthless, Intolerant
  • Orji: Everybody is a Contributor to Nigeria’s Problems
  • Niger Delta Exploration to Raise $450m through Public Offer
  • Naira Hits 3-month Low Despite CBN’s Intervention
  • EU Earmarks €600m for Nigeria’s Power Sector, Food Security
  • Investors Urged to ‘Hold’ Fixed Income Securities
  • IMF Proposes $127m to Fight Ebola in W’Africa
  • Onyema: NSE Poised to Developing Transparent, Liquid Stock Market
  • Unilever Nigeria’s Target Trading Price Lowered to N39
  • Minister Decries Offshore Outsourcing of Local Operations
  • FG Targets 250 Local Software Companies in Two Years
  • TUC Urges FG to Jettison Ban on Private Registration Centres
  • Unity Schools Strike: Labour Union Meets with Stakeholders
  • NBCC Plans Business Study Tour to the UK
  • Minister Calls for Stakeholders’ Collaboration on Internet Penetration
  • Asseco Group Enters Nigeria Software Solutions
  • Ebola: FG approves N200m for Rivers
  • Female soldier sprayed BRT vehicles with petrol – Witness
  • Ebola patients buying survivors’ blood from black market -WHO
  • Ebola could wreck W’Africa economies -World Bank
  • Troops kill 200 Boko Haram terrorists
  • Kano school attack: 15 killed, 34 injured
  • Synagogue reluctant to release names of victims as death toll hits 80
  • 2015: Lamido absent as PDP govs endorse Jonathan
  • Nightmare as Apapa, Oshodi gridlock returns
  • TAN challenges Lai Mohammed, APC to a Public debate
  • 30% of Keshi’s players have no business in Super Eagles – Ladipo
  • S. African President, Zuma vows action on Synagogue’s tragedy
  • PDP BOT adopts Jonathan as 2015 presidential candidate
  • Mutiny: Agbakoba, Gen Ikponmwen seek review of sentence
  • Police arrest man, 25, for raping 3-yr-old in Ogun
  • Ebola: What we’ve done ahead of resumption —Commissioners, Principals
  • Corpses of twin babies, toddler found in Edo
  • I assisted Daniel to claim Ogun indigeneship — Amosun
  • Many participants at confab were there for the money— Agbakoba, SAN
  • Environmental degradation: Lagos seals bank, brothel, three buildings
  • Stop death sentence on soldiers, Ubani, ex-chairman, Ikeja NBA, tells Jonathan
  • Nightmare as fuel-laden tankers kill 3 in Calabar
  • Sierra Leonean human trafficker nabbed in Enugu
  • Kashamu faults ACF on Jonathan, insurgency
  • Fayose accuses Fayemi of diverting workers’ salary
  • Uduaghan reassures security agencies of support
  • Adepoju: I’m Worried About Nigerian Football
  • Ebola: Senate tells schools to take precautions
  • PDP can’t question Edo govt expenses— APC
  • Abia 2015: Abaribe revs up political machine
  • PDP has impoverished Kogi says APC
  • PDP to pick presidential candidate Dec 6
  • An Open letter to the CBN Governor, Mr. Godwin Emefiele

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