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Today’s major headlines (Tuesday, April 21, 2015)

  • Nigerians protest xenophobic attacks in South Africa
  • Monthly oil revenue drops further by N86.42 billion in March
  • APC North-east insists on House Speakership
  • Toddler kidnapped in Lagos church
  • Jonathan conceding defeat, a legacy for African continent, says Ouattara
  • Ondo deaths linked to poisonous gin
  • President’s men move against Mu’azu, NWC members
  • APC moves to douse tension over zoning of offices
  • INEC issues Tambuwal, Wike, others certificates of return
  • Imo election rerun : Oyegun petitions INEC, seeks removal of REC
  • OPEC increases crude oil production by 810,000 bpd
  • Schlumberger to lay off 11,000 workers worldwide
  • Boko Haram : My govt will continue collaboration with Niger, Chad, Cameroun, says Buhari
  • Fayose’s impeachment fever stalls resumption of schools in Ekiti
  • Jonathan, Buhari, Atiku, others mourn Chukwumerije
  • Race for Senate Presidency : Akume’s residence turns new Mecca
  • Bakare urges Buhari to shun ‘our turn’ politics, appoint technocrats
  • Buhari has no certificate, Okupe insists
  • PDP chiefs may be expelled over Jonathan’s defeat
  • Captain, crewman arrested over migrant boat sinking
  • Poll fallout : Female Reps shrink to 14 from 27
  • Actors protest against piracy in Lagos
  • Man who trekked to Abuja over Buhari’s victory receives grand welcome

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