Monday, May 21, 2012


*How petrol stations dupe Nigerians billions of naira daily
*BOKO HARAM FUNDING: Nigeria may face international sanctions •Security beefed up in Benue as Boko Haram gives notice to strike
*How NJC’s letter gave Jonathan option on Salami •CJ assigns suit on reinstatement, hearing date today •MTN yet to respond to N1trn fraud suit
*2013 budget ready in Sept - Okonjo-Iweala

*Labour, NBA caution FG against fuel subsidy removal
*Police warn NURTW against lawlessness in Ibadan
*Why FG can’t solve Boko Haram crisis – el-Rufai
*84 Lagos private hospitals to offer free services
*Lagos engages new doctors as ‘casual workers’, bans strike
*WHO Assembly urges universal health coverage
*Immigration, trade, others top Nigeria, S’ Africa commission’s agenda
*Govt to meet Labour, others over new power tariffs

*SWF: Govs threaten to dump out-of-court settlement deal
*Pandemonium over threat to bomb Senate President's home
*Enugu guber poll: Court decides Chime’s fate today
*Power generation ‘ll increase by 50% in Dec – Ngige

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