Headline News Today: Wednesday June 29, 2016: Woman Burnt To Death While Using Phone In Fuel Station…

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  • Anti-corruption crusade: APC group urges Buhari to appoint Ribadu
  • Arms deal: How Badeh wanted me to claim his property – Witness
  • Woman burnt to death while using phone in fuel station
  • Sack SGF for calling national confab “food for boys” – PDP Vice Chairman tells Buhari
  • CBN to sack Chairmen, MDs of banks over financial statements
  • Kidnapping: IG orders immediate deployment of Special Forces to Kogi
  • Forgery trial: I am witnessing as a Unity Forum member – Ojudu
  • Governor Ikpeazu faults trial court ruling
  • Osun Hijab drama: Christian, Muslims unions in war of words
  • Strike: Ondo government, civil servants’ meeting end in another deadlock
  • Rape, defiling of minors on the increase in Kaduna – Police Commissioner
  • Wike, security agencies demolish criminal den in Rivers state
  • Disconnect us from your electricity – Hoteliers in Port Harcourt tell PHED
  • Niger Delta: Another deadly militant group emerges, threatens to shutdown oil facilities
  • 254 teachers drag Wike to court for refusing to pay them salaries for five months
  • Buhari’s appointment has favoured Hausas, Fulanis, Muslims more than Christians – CAN
  • FG’s free feeding for school children is an unsustainable venture – Comrade Larab
  • Dubai houses scandal: Sack Buratai now – Group tells Buhari
  • CBN intervenes with dollar sales as naira weakens
  • Stop causing Nigerians more problems, engage in meaningful projects – Secondus charges Buhari
  • PSG appoint former Sevilla coach, Unai Emery as new manager
  • We can’t guarantee quality teaching – Kogi teachers
  • Militancy in Niger Delta affects other countries – US warns
  • Senate forgery scandal: AGF to now appear before Senate June 30
  • Ondo APC accuses Mimiko of planning anti-corruption protest against Buhari’s government
  • FG Will Recover All Looted Funds – SGF
  • Edo PDP At Crossroads As Modu-Sheriff Holds Guber Primary
  • UK approves IMO’s marine amendments treaty
  • NEPC charges business chambers on non-oil export devt
  • Government finalising procurement processes on 3,000MW Mambilla power project
  • NNPC, NIPCO fuel distribution deal hits 1.8 billion litres mark
  • Court punctures AMCON’s take-over of Multi-Trex Integrated company
  • Half Of Recovered Loot Should Be Shared Equally Among States – Akinola
  • Embrace Yar’Adua’s Template On Niger Delta, UNDEDSS Tells Buhari
  • Probing Activities Of IDP Workers In North-East
  • Saraki Reaping What He Has Sown – Babatope
  • Worries over non-report of 12-month budget implementation
  • Local patronage to boost footwear production, leather industry’
  • NGA harps on N15tr investment opportunities in gas sector
  • Workers’ strike paralyses economic activities in Kogi
  • Abuja Centenary City project ’ll stimulate $18bn investment -Senate
  • PDP: Sheriff appoints Ojougboh acting deputy chairman
  • Nigeria to benefit from $7m award on clean energy projects
  • FIRS shuts Costain W/Africa over N2bn tax debt
  • World’s Richest Man, Gates, Zuckerberg Lose $3.4bn To Brexit
  • N4.6bn Fraud: Nenadi, Fani-Kayode Remanded In Prison
  • Non-oil export key to economic development, growth, says Bello
  • Gas supply to electricity plants drops to 541mmscfd
  • Police Sergeant found dead by fiancee
  • Days of military misadventure into politics will never repeat itself – Buratai
  • LASUTH doctors perform 10 successful implant surgeries
  • Customs seizes 906 cartons of fake drugs, arrests 34 suspects
  • Oyo Assembly approves N14.2bn FG bailout for salaries
  • GBARAMATU: Tompolo, Egbesu chief priest complains to Buhari
  • $1.5 Million Worth Of Property Found In Los Angeles Belonging To Guy Murray-Bruce Brother
  • Civil War in Delta APC: As Ogboru, Ochei join
  • Ekweremadu writes UN, US Congress, UK, EU, others; says Nigeria’s democracy in grave danger
  • Tecno goes swag with eye-scanner smartphone, Camon C9
  • UN Releases N3.6bn For North East Devt
  • 50 Dead, Scores Injured As Bomb Explosion Rocks Turkey Airport
  • No respite for OPEC’s dwindling crude oil revenue
  • NDIC Gives Banks Clean Bill Of Health
  • MTN Pays N27bn To NCC For 6GHz Licence

Source: Whassapp Dailies

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