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Today’s major headlines (Monday, May 4, 2015)

  • APC governors meet Buhari on ministerial nominees Tuesday
  • PDP crisis : Party secretary attacks Bode George, others
  • Rescued women narrate ordeal in Boko Haram captivity
  • Senators-elect seek reduction in cost of governance
  • Soldiers arrest Boko Haram fuel supplier, free 260 captives
  • Senate leader blames PDP governors for Jonathan’s loss
  • Death toll in Plateau attack rises to 39
  • Buhari’s transition committee to decide Oronsaye report, others
  • Ebola : CDC recommends non-contact with male survivors semen
  • Nigerians should buy locally made goods to grow economy – MD BoI
  • Terrorists’ fuel, food supplier nabbed
  • Dearth of nurses hit Lagos hospitals
  • Boko Haram : Lagos insures infrastructure for N133 billion
  • Boko Haram : 214 rescued girls pregnant – UNFPA
  • Presidency moves to replace Mu’azu with South South governor
  • On the day his son is sentenced, Igbinedion donates N8 million at Chief Judge’s book launch
  • Airlines to reconcile debts with aviation agencies
  • Police uncover fraud in sales of government houses
  • Xenophobia : Pan-African Parliament considers relocating headquarters from South Africa
  • Subsidy payments : FG questions marketers’ fresh claims
  • We paid kidnappers N2.5 million, Orekoyas finally reveal

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