Today’s major headlines (Thursday, May 21, 2015)

  • We will inherit worst economy in Nigeria’s history – Osinbajo
  • Mu’azu, Anenih cave in to pressure, resign
  • Osaze thrilled to make history
  • Speakership : I am not Tinubu’s candidate, says Gbajabiamila
  • Court nullifies Benue lawmaker-elect’s victory for forgery
  • Ekiti kidnap : Falana asks IG to transfer police officers
  • 579 soldiers facing court martial – Army
  • Rivers’ Assembly complex to reopen May 31
  • NJC bars judges from presenting books, accepting gifts
  • Military lifts curfew on Maiduguri
  • With three more plants NIPP’s capacity could hit 4,700 MW, but no gas
  • In Sierra Leone, kid survivors of Ebola are dying of hunger, committing suicide
  • The Village Headmaster, Femi Robinson dies at 75
  • Re-organisation of NNPC, removal of oil subsidy, job creation top agenda at APC policy meeting
  • We are not part of Governors’ Forum reconciliation, says Jang’s NGF
  • Court stops police from harassing Saraki over alleged bank loan
  • PDP NWC moves against Femi Fani-Kayode
  • SEC suspends BGL from capital market operations
  • Jonathan’s cousin kidnapped in Bayelsa
  • Again, 27 killed in Plateau
  • Government withdraws charges against child bride
  • PDP crisis : I resigned for Jonathan to take over BoT  – Anenih
  • I made a choice to keep the country away from conflict – Jonathan

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