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For today, Wednesday, July 15, 2015:


Appointment of new service chiefs:  25 Generals face retirement

Ambode’s task force fails, as tankers continue reign of terror on Oshodi-Apapa road

Court releases Lamido, two sons on bail

FG declares Friday, Monday public holidays



DSS grills NNPC director 11 times over swap deals

We’ll name principal officers on July 21 – Dogara

DSS officials beat up Niger gov’s press secretary

NFF unveils Oliseh as Eagles coach today

Lack of funds halts recruitment into police

Saraki’s tweet on new service chiefs stirs controversy

Salary cut not enough, PDP tells Buhari

Osun workers reject half salaries



Put national interest first, Buhari tells APC leaders

Inflation rate hits 9.2 per cent, Naira slide continues



Refusal to approve N15.37bn loans behind Oshiomhole’s tirade against Okonjo-Iweala

FG ignores labour’s threat, extends Manitoba’s contract with TCN

Buhari’s approval rating stands at 70%

Tinubu: I have not made demands of Buhari

N1.35bn fraud: Court grants Lamido, sons bail



Internal policy division seen in Buhari’s position on subsidy

Nigeria, JV partners earn $3.44bn in June


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