Wednesday, May 4, 2011

• WAFU Cup: Siasia banks on Ezeji, Ehiosun to down Mali• Ohakim declares curfew, wants peaceful conduct• Jonathan cautioned over Imo polls• Post-poll violence: Bring perpetrators to book, Utomi urges Jonathan• CNPP urges INEC to deregister political parties• Gunmen kill retired ACP in Uyo• No hard feelings, leaving Fashola’s cabinet- Deputy• Interbank rates rise as liquidity persist• Global economy to consolidate recovery – IMF• Lagos to run on deficit budgeting till 2013• Judges’ absence stalls Akingbola’s arraignment• Ladoja loyalist killed, others injured in NURTW clash• SON adopts new strategies to end substandard products in economy• Election crisis: Slain NYSC member buried in Umuahia• 4 RECs for Imo supplementary polls• Malaria causes 90% death in Africa – WHO• One killed, three others injured as vessel explodes in Lagos• Cadbury first quarter turnover up by 18%• CHEP organises free health screening for the elderly• Green tea guards against bacterial infection and prevents dementia