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News headlines for today 12th February, 2018

  • Expose killer herdsmen, Sanusi tells Miyetti Allah
  • Alleged frame-up: FG arraigns Dino Melaye March 1
  • 2019 Presidency: Restructuring, condition for alliance, southern groups tell northern elders
  • JAMB suspends worker over N36m swallowed by snake
  • Why Inner Wheel doesnt have presence in North Ex-President
  • Lagos seals RCCG building, others
  • Looter tithes comment: Bello apologises to Catholic bishops
  • Suspected Fulani herdsmen kill four in Kaduna village
  • Lecturers release: Many people still held by Boko Haram, says Red Cross
  • NEXIM Bank to revive Multi-Trex with N5bn
  • NEXIM Bank to revive Multi-Trex with N5bn
  • EFCC invites Oduah over alleged diversion of N3.6bn
  • Govt won't divert capital budget into elections 'Adeosun
  • Govt wont divert capital budget into elections Adeosun
  • 71 die in Russian plane crash
  • The pros and cons of secured loans
  • The pros and cons of secured loans
  • NSE partners RAE to train 500 engineering students

  • Gov Emmanuel hails lawmaker for empowering 400 constituents
  • EKITI GOV POLL: I'm better fit for APC winning strategy than Oni, Fayemi ' ARISE
  • Archbishop makes case for coastal communities
  • Business, Professional Ethics on the Economic Growth in Nigeria
  • Ijaw youths to meet over attack on ex-president by herdsmen
  • 2019 is about taking back Nigeria ' Presidential hopeful
  • LAUTECH Alumni faults Osun Assembly over external auditor's appointment
  • Diamond anniversary of Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart resonates in Africa
  • Eagles World Cup plan excites Siasia
  • SPE, foundation play golf to heal ailing hearts
  • Mallam Yusufu Buratai: A tribute to a veteran
  • Dalung hosts Nigerian marathon winners
  • Drop debt-led economic strategy, Agbaje tells FG
  • SPE, foundation play golf to heal ailing hearts
  • NAICOM targets 15 other insurance companies for IBAI
  • Drop debt-led economic strategy, Agbaje tells FG
  • Fuel crisis: PDP, APC in verbal war over President's role
  • Edo APC woman leader defects to PDP

  • 2019: Governors shun Obasanjo's coalition
  • CNM opens talks with LP
  • Shagaya dies in accident
  • Two policemen missing in Benue herdsmen attack
  • 71 die in Russian plane crash
  • Suspected herdsmen kill farmer in Ekiti
  • PHCN contract: Court dismisses Gadzama's libel suit against The Nation
  • Buhari, Obaseki, IBB, ACF mourn Shagaya
  • Our fears over Budget 2108 delay, by LCCI, MAN, others
  • Our fears over Budget 2108 delay, by LCCI, MAN, others

  • The Road Once Travelled
  • Demand for Justice
  • Operators Fault Aviation Minister on Alleged N516bn Debt
  • Terminal Operators Waive N1.5bn Charges on TCN Containers
  • Commerzbank Assures Customers of Improved Services, Marks 10 Years Anniversary
  • Avon HMO launches #Avonwiththelove Valentine Promo
  • FG Urged to Conduct Survey on Child Online Abuse
  • NCC Board Chairman Assures Nigerians of Digital Revolution
  • OHCSF, AIG Move to Reposition Nigeria's Civil Service
  • Agusto & Co: NigeriasBorrowing Binge,aFiscalTimeBomb
  • THISDAY Model Portfolios Growth Remains High at39.8%
  • MFM Holds Real Bamako as Plateau Utd Wins in Jos
  • NB Plc CelebratingTrue Nigerian Spiritwith Five-year Partnership with NFF

  • 5-year-old girl, 70 others killed in Russian plane crash
  • Middle East tour: US Secretary of State in Egypt
  • Zuma's deputy consolidates control of govt
  • Cross River APC in self-destruct game
  • South-West as PDP's new trouble spot
  • Restoration according to Seriake Dickson
  • Continental football: Plateau United wins big, MFM FC records draw
  • Russia 2018: Maradona worries about Eagles
  • FIBA 2019 World Cup qualifiers: Diogu leads 17-man D' Tigers squad
  • UK export agency to accept naira for trade settlements
  • Elections won't affect capital projects 'Adeosun
  • Barcelona stumbles in dull draw
  • Tax evasion: Fear grips Nigerian property owners in UK
  • Reps summon Enelamah, others over sugar concession policy
  • NEXIM's N1bn loan, others boost Beloxxi operations
  • NIMN pledges to support FG's rebranding efforts
  • Air Peace burglary report unproven 'NCAA
  • Lekki Deep Seaport: NPA paid only $23m out of $110m equity share

  • Adekuoroye, Adeniyi shine again as curtain draws on tournament
  • Google targets big tech companies' emergence from Nigeria
  • Linking Fulani with killer nomads wrong, says Rochas Okorocha
  • Global Accelerex introduces first certified Android PoS terminal in Nigeria
  • We are in transformation year for rugby, says Mbagwu
  • Keystone Bank introduces mobile banking app
  • NAPTIP seals off baby factory in Abuja
  • Experts caution against dictatorship in Africa
  • Nigeria among 10 nations with 45% infant deaths, says UNICEF
  • Buhari sends goodwill message to Team Nigeria at Winter Olympics

  • State of emergency in education
  • Group calls for power shift to Borno South
  • Kawu declares for Kano South senatorial seat
  • 2019: SSouth PDP youths inaugurate coordinators for Atiku
  • Tinubu not a magician to resolve APC crisis Frank
  • Ekiti 2018: APC aspirant, Okeya, inaugurates LG, ward coordinators
  • KANSIEC declares APC candidates winners of LG polls in Kano
  • ADP berates Ambode over Lekki toll fees
  • NIRSAL, Riela to tackle N2.7tr post-harvest losses
  • Weak power transmission networks spoiling our machines
  • Cyber-attacks: N150bn depositors monies at risk
  • FG trains 500 farmers on soya beans production in Nasarawa
  • IAR/ABU boosts cowpea farming with innovation platforms
  • How we grew our weather stations from 52 to 100 NiMet DG
  • Executive Order to drives economic diversification, reduce capital flight - Minister
  • Pros and cons of adding naira on Britain trade list
  • Osinbajo to flag off MSME clinics in Kogi

  • Suspected herdsmen kill 32-yr-old father of 2 in Ekiti
  • Alleged robbery of Air Peace plane is unfounded 'NCAA
  • Quit as petroleum minister to save Nigerians, PDP tells Buhari
  • Fulani herdsmen ambush police patrol in Benue, 4 MOPOls missing
  • 2019: INEC creates voter registration centre in Presidential Villa
  • 2019: Northern elders shop for 'unity' candidate
  • 8 essential qualities that define great leadership
  • The reward for leading
  • Harnessing Kogi's resources for economic development
  • How to recognise true leaders
  • ANC executive to meet as pressure mounts on Jacob Zuma to resign
  • UN calls for immediate de-escalation in Syria
  • Leadership lesson from a mother hen
  • Sri Lanka ruling alliance suffers defeat in local polls
  • Still on Fawehinmism
  • Not yet Uhuru in Kenya
  • Plane crashes in Russia, kills all on board
  • A thousand Yoruba proverbs for Baba Buhari
  • Excess crude oil earnings and saving
  • Senator Shagaya dies in auto crash
  • BRISIN project will create 10m jobs for Nigerians ' Coordinator
  • NIRSAL partners German company to address N2trn annual post 'harvest losses
  • Flour Mills of Nigeria wins best dividends paying company of year
  • World Bank Hails Oyo On School Census Report
  • WAEC Extends Private Candidates Registration Till January
  • Fayose Prays For Speedy Recovery Of President Buharis Son, Yusuf
  • Ambode Appoints Onibon As MOCPED Acting Provost
  • Aregbesola Presents N173. 9bn Budget For 2018 Fiscal Year
  • SEC, Journalists Synergise On Investor Education
  • Devolution Of Powers, Not Restructuring Will Solve Our Problems Sen Borofice
  • 2017: Governance Suffers As Senate, Presidency Feud Remains
  • New Import Guidelines Negate Ease Of Doing Business Stakeholders
  • DPR Dispenses 57,000 Litres Free To Motorists
  • 4 Killed, 13 Wounded In Borno Suicide Bomb Attack
  • Bike Accident: Litany Of Prayers For First Son
  • Miners Oppose Removal Of Mining From Exclusive List
  • Senate Cuts Short Recess To Address Fuel Scarcity
  • Nigerian Stock Market Among Worlds Top 5 Performers In 2017 CNN Report
  • AIbom Jailbreak: 14 Inmates Re-arrested

  • ICC Concludes Preliminary Investigation Into Shiites Massacre; Continues Probe Of IPOB Killings
  • SERAP Calls On Gov. Ambode To Reverse Lekki Toll Charges, Says They're Unjust
  • Former Senator John Shagaya Dies In Auto crash
  • Resilience And Restoring Hope In Boko Haram's Theatre Of War By Mercy Abang
  • Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority Claims Air Peace Aircraft Robbery Allegation Can't Be Verified
  • NCAA's Report Is A Lazy And Shoddy Attempt At Covering Up Robbery Attack On Our Jet ' Air Peace
  • Russian Jet With 62 Passengers Vanishes After Take-Off From Moscow
  • Four Officers Missing As 'Herdsmen' Ambush Police Team In Benue
  • President Buhari Welcomes Release of University Lecturers, 10 Police Officers' Wives
  • Nigeria Feds Charges Senator Melaye For False Information Over Claim There Was An Attempt On His Life
  • President Buhari Welcomes Release of 1University Lecturers, 10 Police Officers' Wives
  • International Committee of the Red Cross Explains Role In Boko Haram Handover of Police Wives
  • Stop Disgracing Me, Obasanjo's Son Blasts Mother
  • NAN Correspondents In Bayelsa Barred From Covering Gov. Dickson's 6th Anniversary
  • Police Confirm Assassination Of NULGE Chairman By Suspected Assassins In Bayelsa
  • Boko Haram "Frees" 10 Abducted Police Women And UNIMAID Lecturers
  • Fraud After Flood: How Relief Materials For Benue Victims Were Diverted
  • Inside Lamidi Adedibu's Deserted Ibadan 'Palace', Crumbling Political Dynasty
  • Kenyan-Born French Athlete Kiprotich Wins 2018 Lagos City Marathon Amidst Controversy
  • Before The Next Round By Edwin Madunagu
  • My Life Is In Danger-Kassim Afegbua

  • I paid N20 million to kidnappers for my release ' Ex-Senator
  • Nigeria League: Another referee 'attacked
  • Suspected armed herdsmen murder Ekiti farmer
  • Nigerians who own property in UK panic over new law
  • Champions League: No way to stop Neymar ' Carvajal
  • Buhari, IBB mourn John Shagaya
  • 71 die as plane crashes near Moscow
  • Pastor, accomplice arrested for alleged armed robbery
  • ICC concludes preliminary investigation into Shiites massacre; continues probe of IPOB killings
  • Nigeria League Round-Up: Kano Pillars secure away point
  • UPDATED: Ex-senator John Shagaya dies in road accident
  • UPDATED: CAF Champions League: Nigeria's Plateau United start with big win
  • We want to return home, displaced Boko Haram victims say
  • Lagos govt presents staffs of office to three Badagry monarchs
  • EPL: Mourinho fails Newcastle United test again
  • 9,973 senior Nigerian police officers promoted in 2017
  • Why police can't withdraw officers from VIPs, unauthorised persons ' Official
  • Another federal govt delegation in Maiduguri to condole bereaved army chief
  • NAPTIP seals suspected baby factory
  • Airline operators fault minister's claim of N516 billion indebtedness
  • PCNI donates N2 billion medical equipment, building materials to Borno Govt.

  • Why Kwakpovwe, Our Daily Manna publisher, snubbed Presidency, Lagos, Delta governors
  • Banks brace for IFRS 9 adoption
  • BusinessDay 12 Feb 2018
  • Nestl commissions N4.1bn Milo RTD factory as earnings surge
  • Fitch affirms Stanbic IBTC Bank's national rating at 'AAA(nga)
  • Eruani Godbless: Medical doctor who built conglomerate
  • Firm addresses industrial challenges of real estate practice in Nigeria
  • China, Nigeria, trade volume hits $13.8b in 2017-Chinese Ambassador
  • Hantel Global set to equip Nigerians with money-making strategies
  • High NPL forces banks to scale down credit to the private sector in 2017
  • Nigeria has one of the lowest rig count activities among OPEC
  • We did not chase NDDC contractors away 'Commissioner for Works
  • Could Rencap's buy ratings on these stocks mean they are undervalued
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