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Tuesday, 24 March 2015

MUST-READ: Today's National Newspaper Headlines - 24/3/2015

Good Morning...Headline news from trusted dailies.



*APC set to unleash inciting video against Jonathan -Fani-Kayode

*Osinbajo in Ekiti, urges Nigerians to vote APC for 'political deliverance'

*No reason for doctors to go on strike -Jonathan

*Elections will not hold in Michika, Madagali areas of Adamawa -INEC

*10-member Commonwealth observer group for Nigeria's elections

*ECOWAS chair demands violence-free exercise

*FG donates food items to Namibia

*Construction of 3.7km road project in Ekiti nearing completion -Commissioner

*FG may extend graduate internship programme.....

*Lamorde warns against antics of fraudsters, corrupt politicians

*Don't allow your children to be used to disrupt polls, AIG Zone XI warns

*MUSWEN denies holding political meeting


*Six Rivers commissioners may defect to PDP

*Electricity: Thank you President Jonathan, but...

*Election 2015: Dubious Confab report approval

*Vote out Jonathan, Buhari tells Imo people

*Emmanuel Emenike faces ban for walking off pitch

*Oil sector corruption to end in four years –Jonathan

*Police make a U-turn, say voters can 'protect' votes

*Obama, ECOWAS seek peaceful polls in Nigeria

*Six Rivers commissioners may defect to PDP

*PDP'll turn Lagos into a war zone – APC

*Amaechi's allegation against me laughable, says Patience Jonathan

*Explosion rocks Ogun community, shatters teenager's arm

*DSS invites Osun traditional rulers over political violence

*APC planning military intervention, Fani-Kayode alleges

*Court again bars deployment of soldiers for election

*Ukiwe warns against post-election violence

*INEC extends PVC collection in Plateau

*Card reader'll eliminate rigging, says NUJ president

*Beware of anti-democratic forces, Falana warns Nigerians


*Court bars soldiers from polling stations

*To reverse downward slide of economy, shun Jonathan, Buhari tells electorate

*Dame Jonathan in Onitsha, say APC do not build, but destroy

*Jonathan consoles Singapore over Yew's death

*Ballot papers arrive states tomorrow

*I needed money for Army recruitment form, says suspected Okada thief

*Nigeria, others, have world's worst energy access — Report

*My differences with Obi — Obiano
Court seeks alternative settlement of Bianca Ojukwu's case

*When will the Igbo presidency be?

*EFCC clears Soludo of polymer bribery scandal

*Jonathan vows to eradicate corruption in oil sector, if re-elected

*Kidnappers' Dens – Why They Persist

*PDP chieftain urges IG to probe Ikuru's allegations against APC on insurgency

*Power cost taking toll on nation's economy —SON

*SDP denies endorsing Buhari

*Creation of more states feasible if Jonathan is reelected

*See election as common sense revolution, Tinubu enjoins Nigerians

*Obama and Hillary Clinton meet at White House

*Buhari's real enemies are Atiku, Kwankwaso — Gov Lamido


*Obama Calls for Peaceful, Free and Fair Elections

*Court Restrains FG from Deploying Military for Elections

*Mark Excited by Approval of National Conference Report by FEC

*Displaced Persons Still Scared of Boko Haram Violence as Elections Approach

*Jonathan Launches Development Bank of Nigeria

*LASU Closed down Indefinitely

*PDP, APC Exchange Barbs over Hate Videos, Campaign Spending

*APC is an Evil Nigerians Must Fight, Says Ikuru

*Buhari: I'll Make Naira Equal to the Dollar

*Saudi Official: Oil Price Unlikely to Rebound

*Ghanaian President Expresses Satisfaction with Election Plans

*Obasanjo Asks Court to Vacate Order on His Autobiography

*Larmode: EFCC Cleared Soludo of Currency Notes Fraud Allegation

*Election Uncertainty, Oil Price Stall Construction in Nigeria

*Nigeria Assists Namibian Drought Victims

*Jonathan: Lee Kuan Yew's Glowing Example will Inspire Global Positive Devt


*Court dismisses Terminal Operators application to stay execution

*Payment of tax is a legal obligation, says Fashola

*Suit against Lagos PDP rep candidate adjourned till April 28

*I support introduction of card readers, says Alatishe

*Introduction of card readers may constitute infraction of provisions of electoral act

*Weaker dollar lifts oil prices

*'Made in China' tops EU list of unsafe products

*Displaced fear Boko Haram violence as elections approach

*IS claims killing 29 Yemeni police

*Bank of Industry's initiatives in creating ecosystem for SMEs, by Olagunju

*Fayose Appeals To Ekiti Varsity Teachers To End Strike

*Iron ore miner, Fortescue scraps $2.5 billion debt deal


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