Today’s major headlines (Friday, May 22, 2015)

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  • May 29 handover : No facts from Jonathan on fuel crisis – Buhari
  • Buhari receives transition committee’s report without FG’s input
  • Oyinlola’s lawyer loses practising licence over election case
  • Nigerians ask Yale to withdraw Okonjo-Iweala’s  award
  • Corruption : Buhari may discard AGF’s guidelines for EFCC
  • Spurs release Adebayor on compassionate leave
  • I will soon return as Ondo deputy governor – Olanusi
  • Baby born with traditional beads in Lagos
  • Senate Presidency : We will not compromise merit – Tinubu
  • Mu’azu, Anenih were not forced out of PDP – Secondus
  • Ejigbo market torture victim demands justice
  • ISIL now control half of Syria – Group
  • LASG raids Oshodi, arrests 34 hoodlums
  • APC gains two more Reps members
  • Senate probes protracted fuel scarcity
  • Nigeria would have been in crisis if Jonathan did not concede defeat – Buhari
  • Military court acquits commander accused of failing to stop Boko Haram
  • Jega : Our achievements proved doomsday predictions wrong
  • Why domestic airlines are not profiting from huge nigerian market
  • Six years after, AIB releases report on four air crashes
  • N19.2 billion alleged fraud : Sylva’s case adjourned till May 27
  • FG budgets N174 billion for FCT in 2015
  • Wike set to re-open Rivers House of Assembly complex
  • Maritime stakeholders plan strike over Apapa gridlock
  • FCTA begins online tracking of buildings in Abuja

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