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Today’s major headlines (Monday, April 20, 2015)

  • I didn’t spend N2 trillion on elections – Jonathan
  • PDP mourns Senator Uche Chukwumerije
  • South Africa’s attacks : Nigerians lose N21 million, says envoy
  • My plea for forgiveness not cowardise – Fayose
  • Gunmen invade home of Jonathan’s Special Assistant in Yenogoa
  • Gale of defections unfortunate, bad for our democracy – Utomi
  • APC wins more Reps seats in Nasarawa
  • Finally APC zones Speaker to South-west, SGF to South-east
  • Buhari may unveil transition committee members this week
  • How we broke poll records in Lagos, says TAN
  • CBN directs banks to end rendition on microcredit fund
  • IMF lauds Nigeria’s response to declining oil prices
  • Boko Haram : Ground troops enter Sambisa in search of Chibok girls
  • Xenophobia : Concerns grow over Nigeria’s ties with South Africa
  • 700 migrants feared dead in boat accident
  • PDP knocks Fashola over delayed council polls
  • Obasanjo plotting my extradition to the US, says Kashamu

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