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Today’s major headlines (Tuesday, April 15, 2014)

  • 100 perish in Abuja motor park bombing
  • Insecurity: Nigeria needs competent leaders, says Soyinka
  • Abuja explosion: delegates want Boko Haram financiers prosecuted
  • Lagos restricts traffic on Oke-Afa bridge
  • Panic as gunmen kill 18 year old in Bayelsa
  • US, UK condemn senseless Nigerian bombing
  • Nigeria’s refinery capacity rises to 26 per cent
  • Kerosene scarcity: NLNG to flood markets with cooking gas
  • 14 year-old bride charged for killing husband, 3 other in Kano
  • How bombers attacked Abuja’s most populated motor park
  • Hospitals appeal for blood donation
  • Okorocha sacks Imo parastatals’ bosses, others
  • Jonathan visits blast site, says Boko Haram issue temporary
  • Obasanjo’s PDP faction denies defecting to APC
  • Weeping and wailing as families scramble to find loved ones
  • PDP blames APC, calls blast ‘barbaric, wicked’
  • Atiku, Obi, Tinubu condole with victims
  • Lekki-Ikoyi link bridge: Court rules on stay April 25
  • NLC calls for implementation of report on Boko Haram
  • Naira trades flat against the dollar
  • Kwankwaso: We won’t welcome Jonathan to Kano
  • No going back on 42.5 cement grade, says Dangote
  • Malayasian plane: robotic submarine first mission cut short
  • Tunisian Labour Union nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
  • FG will bury civil servants’ victims
  • 2015: INEC targets 35 per cent position for women
  • Lagos becoming a victim of its success – Commissioner
  • Ogun varsity shuns Assembly over fee hike
  • Niger uncover 7,000 ‘ghost’ students on scholarship list
  • APGA: Court dismisses Umeh’s application against judgment
  • Ekiti retirees protest non-payment of pension arrears
  • Kwara to source N4.4 billion from banks
  • Occupants of burning cars cried for help – Eye witness
  • Maku, Akinjide, others honour Olubadan at 100 years birthday
  • N16 billion needed for PHCN staff pensions – FG
  • FG requires N79 billion to complete Ajaokuta steel




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