Headlines today:19-3-2015

Here is the headline news for today.


*I'll build 4 refineries if elected -Buhari

*APC warns against moves to compromise INEC

*Elections may not be credible if... -CAN

*Buhari will imprison his political enemies -Patience Jonathan

*Jonathan not involved in OPC protest -PDP

*Pope hails bravery of Nigerian priests against Boko Haram

*Count me out of group's defection to PDP -Atiku

*APC remains antidote to PDP's misrule -Aregbesola, Oyinlola

*FG urged to discourage overseas medical check up

*Unknown gunmen kidnap Benue college provost

*Polls will show PDP's strength in S/West -Omotosho

*CBN relaxes criteria for accessing N220bn MSMEs funds

*Ban Ki-Moon tasks Nigeria on credible polls

*Coming elections can't produce orderly transition -Braithwaite

*Be wary of PDP's religious ploy, Osinbajo counsels Nigerians

*Fate of abducted girls worries Chibok community leaders

*APC to drag Jonathan to ICC


*Sambo meets S'West Muslim leaders

*Police perfect strategies for peaceful elections, warn troublemakers

*LASU workers insist on VC's sack

*FEC okays confab report

*Pollution threatens air quality

*Again, Falcons' coach begs NFF for international friendlies


*APC to drag President Jonathan before ICC

*Missing $20bn issue not adequately addressed - Sanusi

*Corrupt govt worse than armed robbery - Buhari

*FEC approves national confab report

*Jonathan assigns portfolio to Obanikoro, seven others

*Amaechi asked me to release criminals -CP

*IG restores Tambuwal's police escorts

*Pope lambasts Boko Haram, commends Catholics

*Court strikes out anti-PVC suit

*'We are not against rebuilding of Chibok school'

*Court rules on APC's N25bn suit against NCC

*800 policemen deployed in Kaduna for Jonathan's wife

*We've uncovered plot by APC to cause chaos - PDP

*APC assembly candidate killed


*My problem with Jonathan, by Soyinka

*Bad govt worse than kidnapping, terrorism, says Buhari

*INEC: no further shift of polls

*DSS arrests six kidnap suspects in

*Fear of exposure of alleged massive corruption grips PDP

*Jega, MASSOB, OPC: Pushing Nigeria to the brink

*Obanikoro’s revival indicates national decline

*Obanikoro is junior Foreign Affairs minister

*OPC protest in Lagos: APC to report Jonathan to ICC

*How to get Card Reader to identify your fingerprint, by Tinubu

*Polls: APC raises alarm over booby traps

*Jega snubs Oritsejafor

*CAN boss to electoral agency: Card Readers must function

*UN threatens to prosecute promoters of violence

*PDP driving Nigeria into underdevelopment, says Buhari


*Buhari's coup of 1983 destroyed Southwest, old Bendel - Fayose

*Chibok parents task Jonathan on 2 LGs still held by B'Haram

*I, cabinet members 'll declare assets if elected-BUHARI

*Unavailable PVC, ground to annul election - Uwazurike

*Defeating Boko Haram with mercenaries

*Rivers CP replies Amaechi: Don't reduce security to comic entertainment

*Arrest Buhari, associates over illegal radio station-PDP

*Aisha Buhari opens up on how Tinubu helped her husband

*Mali job: Keshi loses out again

*Teenage girl docked for N5m jewelry theft

*DSS nabs 6 kidnappers, impersonator in Edo

*Pregnant fake police officer remanded over alleged theft of N4.5m vehicle

*Rector of Katsina-Ala College of Education kidnapped

*Bayelsa political leaders task INEC on provision of PVCs

*Non-remittance of deduction from workers pay criminal, says Odunsi

*Lawyer asks court to stop planned Police strike


*Jega: 2015 Polls Will Hold as Scheduled

*Scarcity of Dollars Hits FOREIGN EXCHANGE Market

*12 of 26 Political Parties Pledge Allegiance to APC

*Boko Haram: Blackwater Founder Erik Prince Pitched Private Fighting Force to Jonathan

*FEC Approves Final Report on National Conference

*IOCs Seek Fresh Negotiations with FG on Funding for Oil and Gas Projects

*Jonathan Swears in New Ministers, Reshuffles Cabinet

*APC Threatens to Drag Jonathan Before ICC

*Jonathan Appoints New FIRS Acting Executive Chairman

*FG: Foreigners in Possession of PVCs, Plans Border Control for Polls

*Oil Price Drop, Production Challenges Cut Monthly Revenue By N14.62bn