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Today’s major headlines (Tuesday, March 31, 2015)

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  • Buhari in strong lead as INEC releases results
  • Tension rises as Rivers government imposes curfew after elections
  • EU, Commonwealth observers give elections pass mark
  • Abdulsalami committee : Nigeria now entering most difficult phase of elections
  • PDP, APC continue diatribe on underage voting, election results
  • APC campaign office wears new look
  • Opposition party rejects Ogun East senatorial seat results
  • Fayose : Ekiti Presidential, National Assembly polls vindicate my victory
  • Nigerian bonds, stocks rally as observers see voting as peaceful
  • Military frees women, elderly locked up by terrorists in Gwoza
  • Ibori : Court releases timetable on confiscation hearing
  • Wamakko, Jang, Orji, Akpabio, Saraki, Ekwunife, win Senatorial election
  • CAN chairman commends Nigerians for peaceful polls, urges curfew in volatile areas before announcement of results
  • Dangote commences cement exportation to Mali, Gambia, others
  • IG commends officers, Nigerians for orderly conduct during polls
  • 50 killed in Saturday’s election – NHRC
  • Buhari group calls for Fani-Kayode’s arrest
  • Military aids electoral fraud – Okorocha
  • APC loses 6 Reps seats in Lagos
  • We will resist rigging, says Jonathan campaigners
  • Suswan, Ngige, Yuguda lose senatorial bid
  • Fear of violence forces lawyers to shun court

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