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Today’s major headlines (Tuesday, April 22, 2014)

  • Borno: Only 39 of 134 girls have returned, say parents
  • Easter: Work resumes nationwide today
  • Many injured Nyanya blast victims discharged as RCCG gives cash, provision to 52
  • Shonekan preaches tolerance, raises hope for better Nigeria
  • Militants kill three in Indian Kashmir before voting
  • Alaafin blames Jonathan’s political foes for Boko Haram
  • DISCOs: Electricity problems beyond our control
  • 2015: Plateau awaits Jang’s divine revelation
  • Ekiti 2014: Fayose defends Sambo
  • Nyanya blast: Motorists groan under Kugbo checkpoint
  • Niger Delta youths fault national Confab
  • Flights resume in Kaduna airport
  • APC: PDP using Boko Haram to secure chances in 2015 polls
  • Fayemi’s wife promises rural communities govt’s presence
  • Ministry destroys 95.86mt of fish worth N37 million
  • Nigeria’s cement’s 300 percent more expensive
  • Osun 2014: Aregbesola, Omisore trade words over Osun REC
  • MASSOB strikes out ex-Gov Obi’s name from awardees list
  • Man Utd sack manager, David Moyes
  • P-Square: Don’t break up, celebrities beg
  • Attack on school: Yuguda relocates students
  • Jonathan’s ex-campaign co-ordinator joins APC
  • Presidency moves to probe Nyako
  • 20 injured as car crashes into church during Easter service
  • Insurgency: FG urged to deploy security technologies, terrorism experts
  • Confab: Group tasks delegate on regionalism
  • NIS recruitment: Nnadi urges graduates to embrace farming
  • Insecurity is shrinking business activities in Nigeria, NECA tells FG
  • FCTA obeys court verdict, suspends park and pay scheme
  • Politicians criticize House over review of constitution
  • 2015: Defeating Jonathan, my priority, says Nda-Isaiah
  •  Word Cup 2014: Eagles scout to spy Bosnia in USA
  • South Korea ferry: Death toll passes 100
  • APC chieftain asks Jonathan to resign
  • 2014 Budget: Jonathan will get budget today, says N’Assembly
  • FG wants African disease control centre in Nigeria
  • Robbers raid eight Lagos streets, destroy 30 cars
  • Insecurity: Northern govs meet over Nyako’s letter Thursday
  • Tinubu denies plans to impose candidate on Lagos
  • US Group writes Jonathan, seeks action against Boko Haram
  • CAN pleads with FG to compensate victims of 2011 Post Election violence



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