31 December 2015


Nigeria Info 95.1 Abuja's photo.

Naira devaluation not in Nigeria’s interest—Buhari
...says government has no information on Chibok girls
Price Water House Coopers, rates 2016 budget thrusts high...economists paint gloomy economic outlook

New petrol prices ‘too little to cheer’, says PDP
We’ll not tamper with minimum wage—Al-Makura
PDP to discipline members convicted of corruption
Group condemns plans by NLC to protest subsidy removal

No more fuel subsidy from April 2015—Buhari
...rules out naira devaluation, bail for Dasuki....may ban hijab over female suicide bombing
Nigerian Army yet to defeat Boko Haram—BBC
How PRODA will create 400,000 jobs, by Onu
What do the Igbo want?—Buhari
EFCC arraigns Bello January 5, DSS re-arrests Dasuki
Corruption: We’ll sanction Dokpesi, Bafarawa, others, if convicted—PDP
Kanu never apologised over Biafra—IPOB, MASSOB, father

Buhari to stop 4.4billion naira cars for senators
States still owe salaries in spite of bailout funds—NAN Survey
Global growth will be disappointing in 2016—IMF’s Lagarde
PDP disowns Dasuki, Dokpesi, Yuguda, others
Burkina Faso: People’s will triumph over military, says Nigerian envoy
DHQ restates military’s readiness to defend Nigeria’s unity
CDS restructures Defence Headquarters for effectiveness
FG declares Friday, 1 January, 2016 public holiday
Ten inmates regain freedom as Lagos CJ visits Ikoyi prison


Buhari on State of the Nation....Why Dasuki, Kanu won’t be free now
.... ‘their offences serious, they could jump bail’
Other HIGHLIGHTS: Fuel subsidy to go by end of first quarter of 2016
We’ll negotiate release of Chibok girls without conditions
Those who returned loot to still face trial
Nigeria can’t continue importing pencils—Onu
Air Force cadets lock boy in car boot, Ambode intervenes
Arms deal saga splits PDP, as NWC acting chair disagree
War of words over Dickson’s visit to Aso Rock

Govt votes N165.3b for new projects
Arms cash: PDP vice chairmen disown Bafarawa, others
Buhari: why Dasuki, Kanu won’t be freed from custody
Ambode frees artisan from Air Force cadets’ car trunk
Reps sponsored 327 bills in six months, says Gbajabiamila
Ex-PDP chair Bello, son to be arraigned Jan 5
Wife pleads for mercy as ex-NSA is re-arrested
U.S. condemns attacks by insurgents 12:30 am
War against Boko Haram largely won, minister insists
No respite yet for troubled Naira

FG Insists Terror War Largely Won, Tells Critics To Visit N/East
No Going Back On War Against Vandals – NSCDC Boss
Era Of Abandoned Projects Gone In Rivers – Gov Wike
Nigeria To Start Local Production Of Pencils In 2 Years – Onu
‘DSS Yet To Release Dasuki Despite Fulfilling Bail Conditions’
More Efforts Needed To Counter Boko Haram – US
Nigerian Herb Found To Cure Hepatitis Which Kills 11 Daily
Drug Trafficking: NDLEA Warns Against Social Media Cartels
We’ve Restructured Defence Headquarters For Effectiveness – CDS
Corruption: We’ll Sanction Convicted Members – PDP

• Ohanaeze Youths Decry Army Harassment of Home-bound Igbos at Onitsha
• Police Rescue Two Kidnapped Victims in Rivers
• Boko Haram: Borno to Spend 70 Percent of 2016 Budget on Capital Expenditure
• Kanu’s Family, IPOB Refute Alleged Apology by Detained Activist
• Again, DSS Refuses to Obey Court Order for Dasuki's Bail
• FG Approves New Petrol Prices: NNPC to Sell at N86/litre, Marketers N86.50k
• No Plea Bargain for Treasury Looters, Says AGF
• 2016 Budget Highlights Decline in Oil Sector
• Information Minister Asks Media to Down Play Reports on Terror Attacks
• The Nigerian Pioneer Who Built a Multimillion Dollar Toy Empire

Biafra: Why I can't release Kanu - Buhari
Mixed reactions trail reduction in pump price of petrol
Kanu never apologised to President Buhari —Father, IPOB
None of my ministers is corrupt - Buhari
Buhari'll not shield APC members who misuse security votes —Lai Mohammed
‘NASS unaware of fuel subsidy removal, electricity tariff hike'
Soldiers molesting S-East, S-South travellers at Onitsha bridge – Ohanaeze
Buhari’ll not shield APC members who misuse security votes —Lai Mohammed
Embattled Kogi speaker sues for peace
Flood victims get N60m relief materials in Anambra

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