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  • The Sun MD laments state of Enugu Fair Complex

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  • British House of Commons Blocked “Hard” Brexit

  • Contemporaries Recognized Portsmouth Peace Treaty as a Victory for Russian Diplomacy

  • Count me out of groups defecting to PDP –Atiku

  • It’s shameful taking president abroad for treatment –Fashola

  • Court sacks Borno PDP guber candidate

  • DSS nabs 6 kidnappers, impersonator in Edo

  • Emeka Okwuosa fights hunger, unemployment in Anambra

  • Jonathan appoints Ogungbesan acting FIRS Chair

  • Election postponement affected participation –Enugu Chambers

  • Flying Eagles scale Ghana’s hurdle, cruise into final

  • FEC approves N36.6bn for roads in Kaduna, Benue, Niger, Nasarawa

  • PDP scared of me –Tinubu

  • Economic downturn: Manufacturing, agric revolution’ll rescue Nigeria

  • NCC’s 2.6GHz to go for N352bn now

  • SEC tasks Pearl Awards on corporate governance

  • Heartland places N16m on Osas, Kalu

  • NFF issues Keshi ultimatum: Sign our contract or take a walk

  • Manu: We’ll be ready for Senegal/Mali

  • Winning the peace

  • UN seeks to endorse military action against Boko Haram

  • Soldiers shoot at Ango Abdullahi for overtaking convoy

  • TAN hits 5m volunteers mark in 13 states

  • How we survived Boko Haram hell, by displaced persons

  • INEC in the eye of storm

  • Buhari’ll jail you if he wins – Mrs Jonathan

  • Straw poll of March 28 presidential election

  • Polls: March 28 is sacrosanct, Jega assures Nigerians

  • Hope rises for new states as FEC okays confab report

  • Kalu bombs Orji

  • I’ll rescue Chibok schoolgirls –Buhari

  • Buhari’ll win presidential poll – Survey

  • Buhari should seek forgiveness from Yoruba –Fayose

  • Jonathan swears in new ministers

  • Obiano invokes the spirit of ‘Igbo-made’

  • Buhari will imprison his political enemies —Patience Jonathan

  • Non-remittance of workers’ retirement savings

  • Be wary of PDP’s religious ploy, Osinbajo counsels Nigerians

  • Amaechi, Rivers police fight dirty over withdrawal of security personnel

    Amaechi, Rivers police fight dirty over withdrawal of security personnel

  • Jonathan not involved in OPC protest —PDP

  • Fate of abducted girls worries Chibok community leaders

  • How soldiers shot at my car —Prof Ango Abdullahi

  • Pope hails bravery of Nigerian priests against Boko Haram

  • Osun Free Trade Zone: Goldmine overrun by bush, taken over by reptiles

  • APC to drag Jonathan to ICC

  • Countdown to elections: Osun PDP, APC in battle royale

  • Count me out of group’s defection to PDP —Atiku

  • IGP warns troublemarkers to steer clear of polling centres

  • We’re being unfairly shut out of media —Saraki

  • APC remains antidote to PDP’s misrule —Aregbesola, Oyinlola

  • FG urged to discourage overseas medical check up

  • FG begins implementation of confab report

  • Our coming abysmal election

  • Unknown gunmen kidnap Benue college provost

  • AYC: F/Eagles beat Ghana, qualify for final

    AYC: F/Eagles beat Ghana, qualify for final

  • Land speculators terrorise Ogun community, 2 killed, 4 injured

  • Polls will show PDP’s strength in S/West —Omotosho

  • I’ll build 4 refineries if elected —Buhari

  • CBN relaxes criteria for accessing N220bn MSMEs funds

  • APC warns against moves to compromise INEC

  • Ernest Ndukwe’s burden of misrepresentation: A misguided view

  • Ban Ki-Moon tasks Nigeria on credible polls

  • Court strikes out suit challenging use of PVC

  • Elections may not be credible if… —CAN

  • Coming elections can’t produce orderly transition —Braithwaite

  • No more postponement of elections —Jega

  • NBA declares A’Ibom House of Assembly dissolved

  • Hard-right shift delivers upset election win for Netanyahu

  • When a man finds favour with his tribe

  • Obanikoro moved from Defence as new Ministers get portfolio

  • Nsukka council boss under fire over non-payment of workers

  • Why industrialists in South-East suffer – Emenike, Kotec boss

  • Corps member trains 900 Ebonyi students on career choice, donates books to them

  • Season of anomie

  • Buhari’s soft policy on corruption

  • Battle of the campaign videos

  • 2015 election and Amosun’s fate

  • Amaechi and opposition politics

  • Buhari, the game changer

  • Rebuilding Chibok Secondary School

  • FG Launches N39.6bn Project For MSMEs

  • NDIC, CBN tangle: That depositors’ interest may prevail

  • FG launches N39.6bn business support project for MSMEs

  • Inflation rises to 8.4% in February

  • Oil firms to cut 2015 budget by $200bn

  • Mark mourns Bazuaye

  • Amokachi picks Enyeama, 27 others for Bolivia

  • Manu: We’ll wage war against Black Satellites

  • Fireworks in Senegal: Flying Eagles battle Ghana for final ticket

  • Nigeria trains for penalties

  • Obiano is bold and wise

  • Victor Umeh: A senator Ndigbo must have

  • Idowu Ishola

  • Senate, not for retirement – Gov Aliyu

  • Violence won’t ensure victory, Maitama Sule tells politicians

  • Fulani herdsmen snatched babies from our women, killed them –Agatu people

  • APC supports confab recommendations –Ngige

  • Elections must hold as scheduled –NPAN

  • PDP campaign replies Tinubu over Fani-Kayode bashing

    PDP campaign replies Tinubu over Fani-Kayode bashing

  • Return to PDP before polls, Presidency tells Atiku

  • Senate endorses Jonathan’s $300m Diaspora bond request

  • Ekiti govt threatens Fayemi’s appointees with arrest over N109m

  • Tanker crushes 6 in Anambra market

  • I buy human skull for N4,000, sell for N15,000 – Human parts dealer

  • PDP afraid of free, fair election –Tinubu

  • OPC protest: APC accuses Jonathan of unleashing thugs on Lagosians

  • OPC protest: APC accuses Jonathan of unleashing thugs on Lagosians

  • EFCC to stop lottery fraud, signs MoU with NLRC

  • Poly student nabbed for failed kidnapping

  • INEC to decide on elections in North-East, says Minimah

  • Jega briefs Jonathan, service chiefs

  • Kalu kicks off senatorial campaign in Abia North

  • Don’t be sentimental, Kalu tells security men

  • Critics of Nigeria’s military, reckless -Jonathan

  • LASU workers ‘sack’ Obafunwa

  • My mission to Senate, by Kalu

  • Decree 4 gone with military rule – Buhari

  • Oil subsidy report: NNPC didn’t receive N1.329trn from CBN –Alison-Madueke

  • What many don’t know about the card reader machine —Ondo REC

  • Jonathan doesn’t need your advice on Fani-Kayode, PDPPCO tells Tinubu

  • Jonathan reassures on Ibadan state, lauds Oke’badan festival

  • Countdown to elections: The battle on the Plateau

  • Nigerian donates N1m to support anti-terror war

  • Lagos appeals court’s judgment on monthly sanitation

  • Why Labour Party prefers Jonathan —National Secretary

  • APC grants Na’Abba automatic BoT membership

  • Passport issuance begins in Warri in two weeks —Uduaghan

  • Switzerland set to return $380m Abacha loot

  • Vote out APC, Jonathan’s wife tells Ogun people

  • ‘14-year old husband killer won’t escape justice’

  • Jonathan not responsible for Morocco phone call row —Foreign Minister

  • Police recover 23 vehicles, arrest 2 suspects, kill robbery kingpin in Oyo, Bauchi, Osun

  • APC petitions NHRC, INEC, IGP over Okrika violence

  • Fashola introduces belt- tightening measures in budget

  • Anxiety trails Adamawa lawmakers’ resolution over relocation of IDPs

  • FG slashes electricity tariff by 50 per cent

  • My take on card reader —Tinubu

  • Jonathan is AD’s presidential candidate —Akinfenwa

  • Lagos hosts Yoruba leader’s post-Confab final summit tomorrow

  • No clue yet on Chibok girls —COAS

  • 11 million children in Nigeria malnourished —EU

  • Senate approves additional $200m loan for Jonathan

  • Completion of airport, deep sea port’ll boost economy —Dickson

  • I am now a democrat —Buhari

  • Buhari is a man of integrity, but … —Bakare

  • We cannot have 100% PVC distribution —Olurode

  • Nigerians must be united to end terrorism —Soyinka

  • Fani-Kayode’s surety in bail application withdraws

  • We cannot have 100% PVC distribution —Olurode

  • Oil subsidy report: NNPC denies receiving N1.329trn from CBN

  • Card reader: Gana, INEC trade words

  • Rivers commissioner raises the alarm over continued political violence

  • NeFF, NIBSS, banks worry over rising fraud cases

  • Heineken Set to Reward Consumers with Exotic UCL Finale

  • Saddam Hussein’s Tomb Destroyed

  • Israeli Polls: ‘Too Close To Call’

  • Maiduguri blast victim says

  • Nwafor Orizu College insists on 75% class attendance

  • War without end in LASU

  • I sold 100 AK 47 rifles –Suspect

  • We need justice now

  • Samantha

  • Shun APC’s antics, vote Jonathan –First Lady

  • Atiku’s South West followers  endorse Jonathan for Presidential poll

  • Court orders AIT to stop documentary on Tinubu

  • LP Reps candidate kidnapped in Cross River

  • PDP accuses APC of false alarms

  • I’m not bothered by campaign of calumny –Umeh

  • Gowon to deliver lecture at Chukwuemeka Ojukwu University

  • Groups back APGA, Senator Igbeke on suit against Buhari

  • Badagry youths warn against use of armed militants to rig elections

  • $200m World Bank grant: Makinde tackles Ajimobi over use of fund

  • Osun polls: Gunmen shoot APC supporter

  • Boko Haram: Borno to reconstruct communities

  • Reclaimed territories: Boni Haruna salutes military over recovery of Madagali, others

  • APC exposes plan by FG to sabotage use of card readers on election day

  • Endorsements for sale

  • Ugwuanyi promises traders board appointments

  • In one year, Obiano has carried out silent revolution in Anambra –Bianca Ojukwu

  • Celebrating Peter Obi’s legacies

  • Ngige, others reconcile warring  APC stalwarts  in Anambra

  • Obiano: 365 days of hardwork, uncommon achievements

  • Enforcing discipline in Customs Service

  • Presidency: The right man for the job

  • 100 percent PVC distribution is a constitutional requirement

  • One year of Obiano’s pact with Ndi Anambra

  • Bayelsa:  No to politics of desperation

  • Flying Eagles banished from training

  • …Return to Dakar, ready for Ghana rumble

  • Enyeama to clock century Thursday

  • Willy Bazuaye is dead

  • ‘Nigeria’s most attractive place for investment in Africa’

  • Stowaway on Arik Air raises questions on safety of Nigerian airports, airlines

  • Obiano performs ground-breaking for $40m assembly plant

  • Senate panel faults AMCON’s sale of Ibru’s N570bn assets

  • Jega dares MASSOB, OPC protesters

  • APC leaders afraid Jonathan won’t renew oil well licences –Gani Adams

  • Two injured as gunmen attack Ekwunife campaign

  • Benin suspends palace activities over monarch’s health

  • Peterside’s life under threat –Amaechi

  • Military flushes Boko Haram out of Bama

  • Protesting LASU staff chase out VC, principal officers

  • Explosion rocks Enugu

  • Return a performing president, First Lady tasks Ekiti women

  • NIMN inducts LAUTECH MBA graduands

  • Senate committee faults AMCON’s sale of Ibru’s forfeited assets

  • Boko Haram’s grievances legitimate —OBJ

  • APC playing dangerous mind games —PDP

  • Hoodlums attack Buhari’s wife in Ilorin

  • Wabba resumes as NLC president

  • Why I won’t resign —Jega

  • We complied with legislative procedures on ministerial nominees —Mark

  • Oba of Benin indisposed —Palace

  • Protesters hold anti-Jega rally in Lagos

  • Boko Haram: Nigerian Army reclaims Bama

  • Kaduna govt uncovers plans to use almajiris to disrupt polls

  • FG slashes electricity tariffs by 50%

  • Atiku’s group in South-West endorses Jonathan’s re-election

  • APC raises the alarm over alleged plot to sabotage card readers

  • Death toll now over 100 in Agatu attack •It’s 82 —CP

  • Why Alao-Akala’ll win April 11 gov election —Ishola

  • Bloodshed cannot solve any problem —Buhari

  • 31 inmates of Kuje prison get SSCE certificate

  • Real reason Fani-Kayode left APC –Tinubu

  • Group urges Nigerians to support FG’s renewed efforts against insurgency

  • Military to set up joint operation hqtrs against terrorists

  • Bauchi youths group tasks NBC on media content

  • Boko Haram: We’re on the verge of victory —Minimah

  • Court orders AIT to stop documentary on Lion of Bourdillion

  • Ex-Golden Eaglets Coach, Willy Bazuaye, dies

  • Agatu: death toll rises to over hundred

  • BREAKING NEWS! Protesting LASU staff chase out VC, principal officers

  •  ‘We all smoked in Turkey’

  • 2015: NANS plans big for politicians

  • Court nullifies restriction during Lagos monthly sanitation

  • Breaking News! Gunmen shoot APC topshot at rally in Osun

  • Breaking News! Gunmen shot APC topshot at rally in Osun

  • I’m Back! Putin back in public eye

  • Talk to Boko Haram… but beat them first, Ex-President says

  •  PenCom, banks, NIMC clash over customer biometrics

  • NARROW ESCAPE :How 15-year-old boy hit by stray bullet cheated death in Lagos

  • Day Thabo Mbeki received Awo prize in Lagos

  • Rivers APC alleges plot by PDP, police to clamp down on members

  • Buhari, APC won’t perform miracles without constitution amendment –Gani Adams

  • Nigeria has brighter future –Mimiko

  • Drama as Ekwunife, Ngige clash in church

  • Beware of Tinubu –Fayose

  • Polls: INEC allays fears over warehouse fire incident

  • Sule Lamido: A traitor?

  • YABATECH union election: 7 students suspended for disruption

  • AIG orders withdrawal of policemen from politicians

  • Open letter to First Lady, Patience Jonathan

  • Mu’azu and politics of non-violence

  • My encounter with Captain Buhari

  • Nigerian underwriters lack capacity for aviation insurance – Meggison

  • March 28 poll: ‘Jega won’t compromise on free, fair election’

  • BLOOD FLOWS AGAIN: 80 killed as Fulani herdsmen invade Benue village

  • Warplanes bombard Boko Haram

  • 2 PDP members shot dead in Rivers

  • Kwankwaso to Fayose: Day of reckoning coming soon

  • The Sun honours Shema May 9

  • Sambo meets South West Chief Imams in Akure today